BIT in Nepal, Kathmandu - Herald College Kathmandu

Bachelor in Computer Science

This programme aims to provide students with the knowledge of core principles of computer science by combining it with modern computer languages, tools, techniques, and methodologies used by computer professional all over the world. Students will be able to develop and enhance themselves as a programmer, along with problem solving skills. You will learn how to develop software that meets client needs and will have the opportunity to develop a piece of software for your final project. This BIT in computing course provides an excellent stepping stone to allow you to move directly into a career in Computing.

Year 1 / Level 4

  • 4CI018: Academic Skills and Team Based Learning
  • 4CS001: Introductory Programming and Problem Solving
  • 4CS015: Fundamentals of Computing
  • 4CS016: Embedded System Programming
  • 4CS017: Internet Software Architecture
  • 4MM013: Computational Mathematics

Year 2 / Level 5

  • 5CS037: Concepts and Technologies of AI
  • 5CS019: Object-Oriented Design and Programming
  • 5CS021: Numerical Methods and Concurrency
  • 5CS022: Distributed and Cloud System Programming
  • 5CS024: Collaborative Development
  • 5CS020: Human Computer Interaction

 

Year 3 / Level 6

  • 6CS014: Complex System
  • 6CS005: High Performance Computing
  • 6CS007: Project and Professionalism
  • 6CS012: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • 6CS030: Big Data
Qualification Level Number of Modules Number of Credits
Year 1 Level 4 6 120
Year 2 Level 5 6 120
Year 3 Level 6 5 120
  • Academic Level
    • Completion of NEB +2 Qualification with an aggregate ≥ 55% or 2.2 CGPA.
    • 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 (Grade B).
    • Pass in General Paper or English Language or IELTS 5.5 or PTE 47.

Applicants not meeting the aforementioned criteria for English can demonstrate their English proficiency with the following internationally recognised English Tests:

  • IELTS overall band 5.5 with minimum 5.5 in each band
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Score above 47.

Students not meeting the aforementioned criteria will have to pursue Year 0 (Level 3), an additional one year academic program from The University of Wolverhampton, UK.

Upon completion, students will be able to get into career field such as Software Engineer, Web Application Developer, Mobile Application Developer, Senior Database Administrator, System Analyst, Software System Developer, AI Programmer.