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BS IT-EC (Enterprise Computing)

 

 

INTRODUCTION

Enterprise wide information technology known as enterprise systems forms the backbone of the organizations in today’s highly dynamic global economic environment. To design better enterprise systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP), Supply Chain Management Systems (SCM) and Customer Relations Management Systems (CRM),   information technology professionals require a good understanding and competencies in enterprise computing.  The program will provide students with knowhow to develop reliable, scalable and secure enterprise systems. Students will be equipped to handle complex issues and challenges associated with the enterprise computing. The major prepares the student to analyze enterprise information needs, and recommend appropriate solutions for effective implementation.

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the program, student will be able to

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of enterprise systems functions and processes
  2. Apply emerging information technologies for the benefit of organization
  3. Analyze unfamiliar business processes for implementing organization wide information technology solutions
  4. Synthesize the enterprise computing theory and practice to realize organizational goals
  5. Evaluate various enterprise systems and its impact on organization

ENTERPRISE COMPUTING

ENTERPRISE COMPUTING MAJOR: CORE COURSES

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE
ITE3110 Software Engineering 3 BIT2102 - Principles of Programming Language
ITE3111 E-Supply Chain Management 3 MAT1102 - Mathematics - II
ITE3112 IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies 3 BIT3111 - Computer Networks
ITE4113 Business Process Modeling 3 BIT2106 – Database Management Systems
ITE4114 Enterprise Information System Security 3 BIT3111 - Computer Networks

 CAPSTONE COURSES

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE
ITE4316 Enterprise Systems (C) 3 ITE3110-Software Engineering, ITE3112 IT infrastructure and Emerging Technologies, ITE4113 - Business Process Modelling

 ELECTIVE COURSES - CHOOSE ANY ONE

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE
ITE4015 Knowledge Management  Technology(E,P) 3 None
ITE4117 High Performance Computing (E) 3 BIT3111 - Computer Networks
ITE4118 Cloud Computing (E) 3 ITE3110-Software Engineering, ITE3112 IT infrastructure and Emerging Technologies, ITE4113 - Business Process Modelling

S – Senior Level, C – Capstone, E – Elective
E, P – Elective & Protected and P – Protected​


GENERAL EDUCATION

INTRODUCTION

The general education program at the BSIT level is designed to develop a well-rounded personality. The courses aim at improving communication & interpersonal skills along with instilling in students lifelong learning attitude. An all-inclusive knowledge base that is provided to the students encompassing science, computing, humanities, and culture inculcates a sensitive and scientific temper in the young professionals.

 

 

OBJECTIVES

Student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic scientific principles for application in decision-making
  • Comprehend and Explain human civilization, culture, ethical values, and religion, with a view to understanding of the global community.
  • Develop skills in business communication
  • Demonstrate skills of information technology in effective data processing and analyzing
  • Develop skills in problem solving through the application of both critical thinking techniques and mathematical & statistical tools

 

 

 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE
CIS1001 Introduction to Information Technology 3 None
ENG1001 English Composition 3 None
GEN1001 General Study Skills 2 None
GEN1002 Community Services & Sports 1 None
MAT1001 Mathematics - I 3 None
HUM1001 Introduction to Humanities 3 None
ENG1102 Business Communication 3 ENG 1001 English Composition
HUM1002 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving 3 None
HUM1003 Islamic Culture 3 None
MAT1102 Mathematics - II 3 MAT1001 – Mathematics-I
ECO2001 Economics 3 None
SCI2001 General Science 3 None
ENG2103 Advanced English Composition 3 ENG 1001 English Composition
Total 36  

 

CORE COURSES

INTRODUCTION

The Core courses aim at providing conceptual background to the students in information technology.  Program contents have been designed to expose students to the functions of programming, networking, security and ethical aspects of information technology towards developing an attitude for conducting and leading information technology projects effectively and innovatively.  

 

OBJECTIVES

Student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of computer architecture, programming, software engineering and software project management
  • Use analytical and logical skills in designing information technology projects
  • Analyze the ethical and security issues in the development of information technology solutions
  • Synthesize information technology theory and practices to realize strategic goals
  • Evaluate processes associated with software development, testing and implementation

COURSE CURRICULUM

Core Courses

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE

BIT1101

Digital Logic

3

MAT 1001 – Mathematics-I

BIT2102

Principles of Programming Language

3

CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology

BIT2103

Computer Organization

3

BIT1101 – Digital Logic
BIT2104 Web Design and Development

3

BIT2102- Principles of Programming Language
BIT2105 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis

3

BIT2102 - Principles of Programming Language
BIT2106 Database Management Systems

3

CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology
BIT2107 Human-Computer Interaction

3

CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology
BIT2108 Computer Architecture

3

BIT2103 - Computer Organization
BUS3102 Innovation(P)

3

HUM1002 - Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
BIT3209 Operating Systems

3

BIT2105 - Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis, BIT2108- Computer Architecture
BIT3111 Computer Networks

3

BIT2108 - Computer Architecture
BIT3112 Information Technology Project Management

3

CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology
BIT3113 Mobile Application Development

3

BIT3209 - Operating Systems
BIT4117 Information Technology and Ethics

3

CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology
BIT4118 Big Data Analytics

3

MAT1102 - Mathematics - II
BIT4219 Computing Project(P)

3

BIT2102 - Principles of Programming Language, ITE3110 - Software Engineering
BIT4220 Information System Audit and Control

3

ITE4113-Business Process Modeling, ITE3110-Software Engineering
TOTAL

51

 

CAPSTONE COURSE

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE
BIT4121 Strategic Information System Management (C) 3 BIT4117- Information Technology and Ethics
IND4101

Internship (C,S)

3 Senior Status

TOTAL

6

 

ELECTIVE – CHOOSE ANY ONE

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT PREREQUISITE

BIT3110

Distributed Database Systems (E)

3

BIT2106 – Database Management Systems

BIT3114

Data Warehousing and Data Mining (E)

3

BIT2106 – Database Management Systems

BIT3115 E-Commerce(E) 3 CIS 1001 – Introduction to Information Technology
BIT3116 Internet of Things(E) 3 BIT3111 - Computer Networks

TOTAL

6

 

S – Senior Level, C – Capstone, E – Elective
E, P – Elective & Protected and P – Protected

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