BSc (Hons) Computing

BSc (Hons) Computing

Bachelors
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3 years
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The primary goal of this course is to offer students with computing knowledge. The course is divided into four distinct sections. Software Development, Information Systems, Networks, and Distributed Systems, and Internet Computing Systems are some of the topics covered. The graduate will have self-awareness, performance in a range of circumstances, creativity, and ethics after completing this course.

Eligibility

NEB +2 overall aggregate of 2.2 CGPA (55%) or above with each subject (theory and practical) grade D+ or above, and SEE Mathematics score of C+ (50%) or above

For A-Levels, a minimum of 3.5 credits and at least a grade of D and above

English Proficiency

English NEB XII Marks > 60% or 2.4 GPA

Applicants who do not meet the aforementioned English language requirements will have to take one of the following internationally recognized English tests:

  • IELTS overall band 5.5 with minimum 5.5 in each band
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) score above 47.

For Level 4 or Year 1 BIT

Pass in General Paper or English Language or IELTS 6 or PTE 53

Students who do not meet the requirements above will be required to enroll in a University Foundation Course (UFC). UFC is a one-year academic program at London Metropolitan University (LMU) aimed to help students meet the prerequisites for undergraduate entrance.

Admission Criteria

Students who have completed or are scheduled to complete their higher secondary final exams can apply to the institution immediately with their academic certificates, citizenship certificates or passports, birth certificates, or citizenship of either parent. Provisional admissions are available to students awaiting results. When you arrive at the institution, the admissions team will review the entry requirements listed below and assist you with the application process. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and meet the eligibility criteria.

Curricular Structure

Year 1

  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Fundamentals of Computing
  • Programming
  • Computer Hardware and Software Architectures
  • Logic and Problem Solving

Year 2

  • Databases
  • Networks and Operating Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Emerging Programming Platforms and Technologies
  • Professional Issues, Ethics and Computer Law

Year 3

  • Advanced Database Systems Development
  • Application Development
  • Project
  • Work-Related Learning II
  • Artificial Intelligence