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BS Information Technology :

BS Information technology (BSIT) program at department of computer science, Qarshi University (QU) imparts students necessary skills to develop, build and maintain software technology systems to meet the challenges faced by business and society. At QU, we train IT graduates to be technically savvy, creative and flexible. Our program focuses on network technology, systems analysis and design, programming, database development, web technology, and project planning. The goal of our BSIT program is to prepare students with broad, integrated IT knowledge including communications, computer networking, computer-based systems, database management, software development, website development, digital media and electronic publishing. The blend of theories learned inside the classroom, hands-on projects in the laboratories, and on-the-job training develops the students' abilities to apply a methodological approach in providing business solutions.


At department of CS, we ensure that our BSIT program equips our graduates to develop cloud-computing solutions or specialize in IT security. Similarly they can pursue a career in media and entertainment to create exciting new games and 3D animations, devise new content delivery platforms or work for a digital media agency. As systems development specialists, they can create apps and programs for just about any industry: manufacturing, healthcare, social enterprise, renewable energy, education.


1-Apply a variety of technological and managerial theories, tools, and techniques to enhance business systems

2-Design and develop database management systems for various industries and platforms

3-Apply software solutions in addressing the organization's needs and goals

4-Design interactive web sites and mobile applications.

5-Help establish smart and paperless businesses and organizations.

6-Enable informed decision making using cutting edge technologies such as Big Data and Data Analytics.

Career Opportunities:

Information Technology graduates work in a variety of industries as all businesses rely on the use of technology to achieve their business goals and objectives. The opportunities for employment are widespread as graduates choose to work as managers, analysts or technology specialists. Industrial and government opportunities for IT graduates is relatively high, and educated and skilled graduates are in strong demand in both small and large organizations. Typical job positions include: System administrator, Computer network/server administrator, Information security analyst, IT project manager, Computer network architect, Network engineer ,Computer support specialist ,Security engineer , Software engineer, Platform technologist and integration specialist Software architect, IT Project Manager, Database Administrator, Business Applications Developer/Programmer, Web Developer, Systems Analyst, Systems Support Specialist, Mobile Applications Developer. Eligibility criteria: Intermediate of Equivalent.

Semester 1

Programming Fundamentals (Comp. Core) 4(3+1) Cr.Hrs
Basic Electronics (Comp. Supporting) 3(2+1) Cr.Hrs
Calculus and Analytical Geometry (Comp. Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Fundamentals of ICT (IT Core) 3(2+1) Cr.Hrs
Functional English(English-I) (Gen. Edu) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Islamic Studies/Ethics (Gen. Edu.) 2(2+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (18)

Semester 2

Object Oriented Programming (Comp. Core) 3(2+1) Cr.Hrs
Digital Logic Design (Comp. Core) 4(3+1) Cr.Hrs
Discrete Structures (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Principles of Management / Marketing (Uni. Elective) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Communication Skills (English-II) (Gen. Edu) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Probability and Statistics (Comm. Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (19)

Semester 3

Data Structures and Algorithms (Comp. Core) 3(2+1) Cr.Hrs
Computer Communication and Networks (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Principles of Accounting (Uni. Elective) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Information Systems (IT – Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Technical and Report Writing (English-III) (Gen. Edu.) 3(3+0)) Cr.Hrs
Linear Algebra (Comp. Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (18)

Semester 4

Organizational Behaviour (Uni. Elective) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Internet Architecture & Protocols (IT – Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Software Engineering (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Database Systems (Comp. Core) 4(3+1) Cr.Hrs
Multimedia Systems and Design (IT Core) 3(2+1) Cr.Hrs
Pakistan Studies (Gen. Edu.) 2(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (18)

Semester 5

IT Elective-I 33(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Operating Systems (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
OO Analysis & Design (IT – Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
DB Administration & Management (IT – Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Web Systems and Technologies (IT Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Technology Management (IT Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (18)

Semester 6

Human Computer Interaction (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Systems and Network Administration 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective II 3 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective –III 3 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
System Integration and Architecture (IT Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Project Management (IT – Supporting) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (18)

Semester 7

Capstone Project Part I (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Data & Network Security (IT Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective IV 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective V 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Cloud Computing 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (15)

Semester 8

Capstone Project Part II (Comp. Core) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Professional Practices (Gen. Edu.) 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective VI 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
IT Elective VII 3(3+0) Cr.Hrs
Semester Subtotal (12)

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