BSc information engineering technology - Superior University Lahore

B.Sc Information Engineering Technology

Build the skills to lead in B.Sc Information Engineering Technology

Superior University’s BS Information Technology Engineering program prepares the students to add value in a variety of computer-intensive environments such as software, product design or manufacturing, data-directed services database, etc. The industry-vetted curriculum coupled with rigorous training in hardware, software, troubleshooting equipment, and other computer tools enables the graduates to remain globally competitive in an extremely diversified career path.

Eligibility Criteria

FSc pre-engineering/ICS /DAE or Equivalent with 50% Marks + Entry Test

Semester 1

CoursesCredit Hours
Islamic Studies / Ethics2
English Composition and Comprehension2
Applied Physics3
Introduction to Computing3
Programming Fundamentals4

Semester 2

CoursesCredit Hours
Pakistan Studies2
Basic Electronics3
Discrete Structures2
Introduction to Python Programming3
Object Oriented Programming4
Communication & Presentation Skills3

Semester 3

CoursesCredit Hours
Linear Algebra2
Digital Logic Design4
Data Structures and Algorithms4
Probability and Statistics3
Database Systems4

Semester 4

CoursesCredit Hours
Web Engineering 13
Software Engineering3
Numerical Analysis and Computing3
Microprocessor and Microcontroller based systems
Technical Report Writing2
Operating System2

Semester 5

CoursesCredit Hours
Artificial Intelligence3
Data Communication & Computer Networks3
Web Engineering 23
Cloud Computing2
Senior Design Project I2
IET Project Management3

Semester 6

CoursesCredit Hours
Mobile Application Development3
Computer Vision3
Network and System Administration2
Cyber Security2
Senior Design Project II4

Semester 7

CoursesCredit Hours
Supervised Industrial Training - I (Lab)16

Semester 8

CoursesCredit Hours
Supervised Industrial Training - II (Lab)16

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