Bachelor of Science in ICT with Business (B.Sc. ICT-B)
Objectives
Graduates from the programme will be prepared to work in business and general organization environment providing services in terms of the following bundles of knowledge and expertise:
Apply network design to small and medium scale networks, Administer the operation of a complete IT infrastructure, Customize and tune applications for the needs of a business, Effective human computer interface design for application systems, Perform programming and system development activities
Perform software engineering related tasks, Capable of co-working while supported with computer networks, Capable of working as business managers and making business policies

Programme Structure 

Year I

Year II

Year III

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

DST100: Development Perspectives

ICT121 Object Oriented Programming with Java

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT211 Systems and Software Engineering

ICT221

Web applications design and implementation with PHP or JSP

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT312 Management of IT projects

ICT321 Advanced Databases and Database Implementation

ICT111: Introduction to Information technology and System Organization

ICT122 Computer Architecture

ICT212 Advanced Computer Networks

ICT223 Operating Systems

ICT313 Informatics Research and development methodologies

ICT324

E-business and E-commerce

ICT114 Database and Database Systems

ICT123 Computer Networks

ICT213 System analysis and design

ACC221

Cost and management accounting

BUS360 Strategic Business Management

ICT325 Cryptography and Network Security

ICT112 Principle of computer programming (High level language)

ECO100 Micro-Economics

ACC201 Cost and management accounting

COM101

Study Skills and Business Communication

ICT323

Final Year Projects

Elective

ICT119 Elementary Statistics

ACC100 Introductory Accounting

ICT216 Calculus and Foundation Analysis

BUS270

Small business management and entrepreneurship development

ICT326

E-Government

Elective


ELECTIVE

ICT 200: Collaborative networks and facilitating technologies
ICT 201: Human computer interactions
ICT 300: Social informatics
ICT 314: Object oriented programming with C++
ICT 303: Data warehousing

Bachelor of Science in ICT with Management (B.Sc. ICT-M)
Objectives
Graduates from the programme will be prepared to work in government, business and general organization environment providing services in terms of the following bundles of knowledge and expertise:
Apply network design to small and medium scale networks, Administer the operation of a complete IT infrastructure, Customize and tune applications for the needs of a business, Effective human computer interface design for application systems, Perform programming and system development activities
Perform software engineering related tasks, Capable of co-working while supported with computer networks, Capable of Performing managerial, policy development and decision making responsibilities

Programme Structure 

Year I

Year II

Year III

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

DST100 Development Perspectives

ICT121 Object Oriented Programming with Java

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT211 System and Software Engineering

ICT221

Web application design and implementation with PHP or JSP

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT311 Distributed systems

ICT321

Advanced Databases and Database Implementation

ICT111 Introduction to Information technology and System Organization

ICT122 Computer Architecture

ICT213 System analysis and design

ICT223 Operating Systems

ICT312 Management of IT projects

ICT302 E-governance

ICT112 Principle of computer programming (High level languages)

ICT123 Computer Networks

ICT215 Discrete Mathematics

ICT229 Information system management

ICT313 Informatics Research and development methodologies

ICT323 Final Year Projects

ICT114 Database and Database systems

ECO100 Micro-Economics

ICT216 Calculus and Foundational Analysis

COM101 Study Skills and Business Communication

ICT 324 E-business and E-commerce

Elective

PUB113 Principles of management

ICT125 Linear Algebra

ICT217 Commercial Law for ICT

ACC100 Introductory Accounting

Elective

Elective


ELECTIVES

ICT 200: Collaborative networks and facilitating technologies
ICT 201: Human computer interactions
ICT 300: Social informatics
ICT 314: Object oriented programming with C++
ICT 322: Business informatics
BUS 240: Inventory management and control
ICT 202: Data warehousing

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Systems (B.Sc. in ITS)
Objectives
This programme is offered to students interested in working within business environments applying computing science knowledge, rather than focusing only on software development. This is especially true in businesses, particularly for small and medium enterprises. The degree programme will equip graduates with expertise enough to keep information technology and applied system in an organization. The main focus of such operations may include: (1) development of technologies and systems, (2) installation, configuration and customization of applications, (3) system integration, and (4) maintaining day to day IT related operations.

Programme Structure 

Year I

Year II

Year III

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester 2

DST100 Development Perspectives

ICT121 Object Oriented Programming withJava

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT211 Systems and Software Engineering

ICT221 Web application design and implementation with PHP or JSP

PRACTICAL TRAINING

ICT311 Distributed systems

ICT321 Advanced Databases and Database Implementation

ICT111 Introduction to Information technology and System Organization

ICT122 Computer Architecture

ICT212 Advanced Computer Networks

ICT222 Computer graphics

ICT312 Management of IT projects

ICT322 Business informatics

ICT112 Principal of Computer Programming (High level languages)

ICT123 Computer Networks

ICT213 System analysis and design

ICT223 Operating Systems

ICT313 Informatics Research and development methodologies

ICT323 Final Year Projects

ICT114 Databases and Database Systems

ICT124 Algorithms and data structures

ICT215 Discrete Mathematics

Elective

Elective

Elective

ICT119 Elementary Statistics

ICT125 Linear Algebra

ICT216 Calculus and Foundational Analysis

Elective

Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES
ICT 200: Collaborative networks and facilitating technologies
ICT 201: Human computer interactions
ICT 203: Social informatics
ICT 314: Object oriented programming with C++
ICT 326: E-governance
ICT 324: E-Business and E-Commerce
ICT 202: Data warehousing
ICT 118: Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence

BSc. Applied Statistics
Programme Objectives

The programme is structured to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills in statistics to enable them to apply the knowledge gained to other subjects in their curricula and to enable them to work effectively after graduating as statisticians and researchers in government and the private sector.

Programme Structure 

Year I

Year II

Year III

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

QMS 111Elementary Statistics

QMS 121Theories of Statistics I

QMS 211Theories of Statistics II

QMS 221National Income Accounting

FIELD ATTACHMENT

QMS 321Demography

QMS 112

Mathematics I

QMS 122

Mathematics II

QMS 212Design of Experiments

QMS 222Agricultural & Industrial Statistics

QMS 322Multivariate Statistical Methods

COM 101

Study Skills & Business Communication

ECO 102

Economics

QMS 213

Sampling Theory and Survey Techniques

QMS 223

Operations Research

QMS 323Biostatistics

ICT 111

Introduction to Information Technology and Applications

ICT 114

Databases and Database Systems

QMS 214

Non parametric Statistical Methods and Techniques

QMS 224

Statistical Methods of Econometrics

QMS 324Monitoring and Evaluation of program

ACC 100

Introductory Accounting

DST 100

Development Perspectives

QMS 215

Time Series Econometrics and Index numbers

QMS 225

Research Methods

QMS 325

Actuarial Statistics

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP


BSc. Production and Operations Management
Programme Objective

The main objective of the programme is to train the students in the principles, methods and techniques for the management of the production of the production and service operations of an organization. The programme focuses on the management of the process (conversion) activities of the Input-Process-Output model of the organization. The goal is to produce high level professional managers capable of managing the operations of organizations for enhanced productivity.

Programme Structure 

Year 1

Year 2

Semester I

Semester II

 

Semester I

Semester II

COM 080:

study skills and business communication

QMS 061:

Applied General Statistics

PRATICAL PROJECT

QMS 071:

Principles of Design of Experiments

QMS 081:

Applied Econometric Methods

ICT 051:

Introduction to Higher Level Programming

PUB 053:

Principles and Functions of Management

QMS 072:

Mathematical Methods II

QMS 082:

Industrial Statistics

QMS 051

Mathematical methods I

QMS 062:

Statistical Theory

ACC 088:

Basic Government Accounting

QMS 083:

Health Statistics

ICT:611

Introduction to Database system

QMS 063:

Sampling Theory with Applications

QMS 073:

Introduction to Demography and Population

BUS 085:

Introduction To Business Planning And Small Business Management

ECO 055:

Economic and Social Statistics

QMS 064:

Statistical computing

QMS 074:

Statistical Inference And Scientific Methods

QMS 084:

Time Series Analysis

10CP

10CP

 

10CP

10CP


ELECTIVE 
BUS 370: Industrial Marketing
LOG 240: Inventory Management and Control
ICT 123: Computer Networks

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