BCIS is a four-year, 126 credit hour course affiliated to Pokhara University. The course constitutes the concept of management with the core concept of Information Technology to meet need the modern market. The course introduces you the contemporary concepts, issues and practices of management, and leads you to enhance your skills of information systems and technology which you need to develop management information system.
The course includes two elective courses, which is equivalent to six credit hours of your interest. Moreover, it also offers internship, minor projects (one and two credits), and major project of three credit to graduate from BCIS program.
Besides these, BIC offers you industry ready non-credit courses to bridge the gap between industry and academic.
Why should I study BCIS?
For almost all choice jobs of the future – whether in engineering, natural or social sciences, economics, finance or government, one has to be familiar with the essential fundamentals of computing to understand and leverage technology in the search for scientific breakthroughs, the development of new products and services, or the way work is done in a technologically-driven society. A Computer Science degree involves well developed communication, leadership and management skills coupled with creative technical savvy. “Computing has become the third pillar of science, along with theory and experiment”.
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