BSc (Hons) Computing

BSc (Hons) Computing

Bachelors
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3 years
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This course is a unique blend of practical and theoretical study that focuses on techniques, theory, and application, as well as interpersonal, teamwork, and information technology skills.

In the final level, the course applies the concepts of the most recent programming languages, introduces you to information systems, computer software and hardware technologies, database implementation, and expands your understanding of application development. The practical aspects are well-represented by state-of-the-art laboratories designed to help students improve their skills and knowledge.

Salient Features

  • The comprehensive curriculum focuses on professional and personal growth, prepares students to compete and succeed in their careers.
  • Students have a better possibility of gaining better career possibilities with Islington's University partner, London Metropolitan University, as well as instructional methodologies.
  • Students can keep up with and compete in the top global organizations thanks to the extensive alumni network and foreign degrees and experience.

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.

Curricular Structure

Year 1

Subject Credit
Programming 30
Introduction to Information Systems 15
Computer Hardware and Software Architectures 30
Fundamentals of Computing 15
Logic and Problem Solving 30

Year 2

Subject Credit
Databases 15
Networks and Operating Systems 30
Professional Issues, Ethics, and Computer Law 30
Software Engineering 30
Emerging Programming Platforms and Technologies 30

Year 3

Subject Credit
Advanced Database Systems Development 30
Application Development 30
Artificial Intelligence 15
Project 30
Work-Related Learning 15