BS (Software Engineering)

Personal Traits / Attributes

  • If you like problem solving by applying different technique.
  • If you’re good in Science and Mathematics and have strong thinking capabilities.
  • If you know how to manage time wisely.
  • You are organized person and mostly finish one task before starting another.
  • Your analytic capabilities are very strong.
  • If you’re a creative person and have intellectual abilities.
  • Careers like, Game developer, Software Engineer, Programmer, Analyst etc., attract you.

Salient Features

  • Highly Educated faculty
  • CEO Faculty
  • Class Rooms with state of the art facilities
  • Linkage with Industry
  • Group Study
  • Industrial Tours

  • Co-Curricular Activities
  • Spacious Computer labs equipped with latest computers
  • Indoor Sports Room
  • Case Study and Article Session
  • Job Placement and Internships
  • Vast number of Alumni

Career Opportunities 

Rapid growth in technology-based jobs in all industries has created a need for technologically skilled professionals.

  • Software Developer.
  • Software Quality Assurance.
  • Software Architect
  • Information Systems Manager.
  • IT consultant.
  • Multimedia programmer.
  • Systems Analyst
  • Software Product Marketing Manager

  • Systems Developer
  • Web Application Developer
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • CRM & ERP Developer
  • Information Technology Auditor
  • Game Programming

Why BS Computer Science & Software Engineering?

  • This program provides a carefully designed computer science core, surrounded by a widespread selection of challenging technological elective courses.
  • To bring forth competent Computing Professionals with a strong understanding of computer science bodies of knowledge and theories, who can apply firm principles and methods to the cost-effective conception, development, operation, and maintenance of high-quality software and are prepared for lifelong learning.
  • Develop an aptitude to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems.
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet preferred needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • Work effectively in teams to design and implement solutions to computational problems and apply sound principles to the synthesis and analysis of computer systems.

Why BS Computer Science & Software Engineering from MAJU?

  • The undergraduate program in Computer Science and Software Engineering offers an excellent learning opportunity to students with the help of top-notch research-active faculty.
  • Learn from professionally qualified faculty and industry’s professionals.
  • Personal effectiveness and development courses to help groom a well rounded personality.
  • The undergraduate degree prepares students to do extremely well at solving problems creatively, an essential proficiency that can be useful to a diverse variety of fields.
  • Organize students for vocation in industry to pursue advanced graduate studies.
  • University foundation courses to broaden knowledge base and improve skills & competencies.
  • Rigorous set of core subjects for specializing in Computer Science and Software Engineering.
  • A broad set of Electives drawn from the MAJU undergraduate curriculum with minimum requirements for meeting the criteria for majors.
  • Internships & job placements specific to the career path.
  • Research courses in both Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Intensive use of the technology to equip the graduates with the latest analytical tools & techniques.
  • Apply fundamental principles and methods of Computer Science and permit students to demonstrate aptitude in problem-solving techniques using the computer in the analysis of complex problems and the combination of solutions to those problems.
  • Students are expected early on to design and evaluate their programs, in order to develop their technical skills as part of a successful development process.
  • Graduates will have a solid comprehension of the theory and essential concepts computer science, helping students to adapt to novel developments in the field of computer science.
  • Through technical documentation, presentations, reports, and peer reviews, students develop strong communication skills and through teamwork, they develop strong interpersonal skills.
  • Hands on experience with various software systems and Programming languages are an integral part of the program.
  • Software Engineers potential career opportunities are to develop software for telecommunications, financial systems, aeronautics, medical devices, transportation systems, and banking and insurance companies.
  • Software Engineers tend to hold technical, decision-making positions, such as Systems Analyst, Software Architect, Quality Analyst, and Project Manager.
  • Our graduates are consistently accepted in leading MS and PhD programs abroad.

FAQs

Q: How do I apply?
For directions on how to apply, please visit the web page for Admission’s.

Q: Can I complete my graduate degree part-time?
The program is full-time only.

Q: Course Load?
Minimum 3 courses and maximum 6 courses.

Q: My Intermediate isn’t in Science background. What kind of background should I have before applying to the program?
To be considered for admission to any of our graduate programs, students usually have a science background, however students from other equivalent background may also apply.

Q: What courses will transfer into Computer Science Department?
Transferring credits from PGC university or College.
Yes, as per the evaluation of your case.
Transferring credits from other Institutions .
Your transfer work will be evaluated once all of your required documents are received. All transfer students are initially admitted into University as per HEC criteria.

Q: I just appeared in the exam. Am I eligible to apply?
Result awaiting may also apply.

Q: How will I find a job when I’m done?
HR and recruitment office will assist you in internships and job placement.

Q: Can I continue for MS/Mphil (National or Abroad) after completion of BS ?
Yes. Infact many of Mohammad Ali Jinnah University students went abroad for MS leading to PhD.

Program Objectives

  • To provide students with strong substance of theoretical and practical knowledge in software engineering.
  • To provide students with expertise in modern software development tools and technologies and induce competent skills of problem solving, analysis, design, modeling, team work, and communication.
  • To provide students with awareness and knowledge of Social, Ethical, and Professional values relevant to Software Engineering.

 Learning Outcomes

  • Students will have in depth knowledge of principles of Software Engineering and Computer Science and should be capable of applying that knowledge.
  • Students should be able apply the knowledge of Software Engineering. They would have expertise to use the latest software development methodologies and application of best practices. Will have expertise in evaluating customer needs and act in a professional manner to determine the precise needs.
  • Students should be able to develop software applications keeping human and social aspects into consideration

Eligibility

At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics certified by IBCC

Selection Criteria 

  • Entry test and interview.

Duration 

  • This is a four years degree program comprising of 8 regular semesters.
  • There is a Fall semester and a Spring semester each year.
  • Summer semester is utilized for internship or deficiency courses only.
  • The maximum duration to complete the BS program is 7 years.

Degree Requirements

  • Complete at least 131 credit hours
  • Minimum 2.0 of 4.0 CGPA.

Total Credit Hours 

  • 131

Deficiencies Credit Hours 

  • N/A

Final year project 

  • It is mandatory for every student to complete a final year project. The student may register for the project after the 6th semester or after completing 95 credit hours of course work.

Internship 

All students have to undergo a mandatory 6-8 week internship arranged by the placement office. The internship is normally taken after passing 60 credit hours. The internship is closely monitored by an internship coordinator. Successful completion of internship is a mandatory requirement for graduation

Semester - I

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1210Introduction to Computing3-
CS1211Introduction to Computing Lab1-
CS1410Computer Programming3-
CS1411Computer Programming Lab1-
SS1100Freshman English3-
MT1140Calculus and Analytical Geometry3-
SS1400Islamic Studies2-
OR-
SS1410Ethics2-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - II

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1420 Object Oriented Programming3CS1410
CS1421 Object Oriented Programming Lab1CS1410
EE1220Electronics2-
EE1221Electronics Lab1-
SS2120Oral Communications3SS1100
MT1150Multivariate Calculus3MT1100
SS1420Pakistan Studies2-
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - III

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2510 Data Structure and Algorithms2CS1420
CS2511 Data Structure and Algorithms Lab1CS1420
CS1230 Digital Logic Design2CS1210
CS12301 Digital Logic Design Lab1CS1210
SS3130Technical Report Writing3-
CS2620 Discrete Structures3-
SS2XX0 Humanities Elective-I3-
MT2300 Probability and Statistics3-
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Semester - IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2230 Database Management Systems3CS2510
CS2231 Database Management Systems Lab1CS2510
CS2210 Microprocessor and Assembly Language2CS1230
CS2211 Microprocessor and Assembly Language Lab1CS1230
CS3XX0SE Elective-I3-
CS3110Software Engineering3-
MT2210 Linear Algebra3-
MG2XX0 MG Elective-I 3-
Total Semester Credit Hours19

Semester - V

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3210 Data Communications and Networking3-
CS3520Design and Analysis of Algorithms3CS2510
CS3220 Operating Systems3CS2510
CS3221Operating Systems Lab1CS2510
CS3130Software Requirement Engineering3CS3110
SS3XX0 Humanities Elective-II3-
CS3120 Software Architecture3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours19

Semester - VI

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3230 Computer Architecture and Organization3CS2210
CS3XX0SE Elective-II3-
CS3150Formal Software Specification3CS3110
CS4110Human Computer Interaction3CS3110
CS3140Software Project Management3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3160Software Testing3CS3110
CS4220Professional Issues in Computing3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-III3
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
CS4150Final Year Project-I3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VIII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS4XX0SE Elective-V3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-VI3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-VII3-
MG4XX0MG Elective-II3-
CS4160 Final Year Project-II3CS4150
Total Semester Credit Hours15
Program Total Credit Hours: 132

Semester - I

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1210Introduction to Computing3-
CS1211Introduction to Computing Lab1-
CS1410Computer Programming3-
CS1411Computer Programming Lab1-
SS1100Freshman English3-
MT1140Calculus And Analytical Geometry3-
SS1400Islamic Studies2-
OR-
SS1410Ethics2-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - II

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1420 Object Oriented Programming3CS1410
CS1421 Object Oriented Programming Lab1CS1411
NS1240Applied Physics3-
SS2120 Oral Communications3SS1100
MT2300 Probability and Statistics3-
CS2620 Discrete Structures3-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - III

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2510 Data Structure and Algorithms3CS1420
CS2511 Data Structure and Algorithms Lab1CS1421
CS3110Software Engineering3
MG2XX0 MG Elective-I 3-
SS2XX0 Humanities Elective-I3-
CS4119Web Engineering3
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2230 Database Management Systems3CS2510
CS2231 Database Management Systems Lab1CS2511
CS2420Operations Research3-
CS3XX0SE Elective-I3-
MT2210 Linear Algebra3-
CS2430Object Oriented Analysis and Design2CS1420
CS2431Object Oriented Analysis and Design Lab1CS1421
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - V

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3210 Data Communications and Networking3-
CS3211 Data Communications and Networking Lab1-
CS3220 Operating Systems3CS2510
CS3221 Operating Systems Lab1CS2511
CS3130Software Requirement Engineering3CS3110
CS4121Software Construction and Development3CS3110
CS3XX0SE Elective-II3-
Total Semester Credit Hours17

Semester - VI

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3XX0SE Elective-III3-
CS4110Human Computer Interaction3CS3110
CS3140Software Project Management3CS3110
SS3XX0 Humanities Elective-II3-
SS3130Technical Report Writing3SS1100
CS3120 Software Architecture2CS3110
CS3121 Software Architecture Lab1CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Semester - VII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3160Software Testing3CS3110
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
CS4123Formal Methods3CS3110
CS4150Final Year Project-I3CS3110
CS4310Information and Network Security3CS3210
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VIII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
SS1420 Pakistan Studies2-
CS4122Software Re-engineering3CS3110
CS4220Professional Issues in Computing3-
MG4XX0MG Elective-II3-
CS4160 Final Year Project-II3CS4150
Total Semester Credit Hours17
Program Total Credit Hours: 131

Note: Registration in “Final Year Project-I” is allowed provided the student has earned at least 97 credit hours, and his/her CGPA is equal to or greater than the graduating CGPA (2.0).

Elective/Specialization Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-RequisiteCourse Type
SS2310Principles of Sociology3-Humanties Elective - I
OR
SS2300Principles of Psychology3-Humanties Elective - II
FN1120Financial Accounting3-MG Elective - I
CS4101Web Development3-SE Elective-I /
CS4430Game Programming3-SE Elective-II
CS4360Information System Audit3-SE Elective-III /
CS4701Data Science with Python3-SE Elective-IV /
CS4118Agile Software Project Management3-SE Elective-VI
MG4340Organizational Behavior3-MG Elective-II
+ Introduction

Personal Traits / Attributes

  • If you like problem solving by applying different technique.
  • If you’re good in Science and Mathematics and have strong thinking capabilities.
  • If you know how to manage time wisely.
  • You are organized person and mostly finish one task before starting another.
  • Your analytic capabilities are very strong.
  • If you’re a creative person and have intellectual abilities.
  • Careers like, Game developer, Software Engineer, Programmer, Analyst etc., attract you.

Salient Features

  • Highly Educated faculty
  • CEO Faculty
  • Class Rooms with state of the art facilities
  • Linkage with Industry
  • Group Study
  • Industrial Tours

  • Co-Curricular Activities
  • Spacious Computer labs equipped with latest computers
  • Indoor Sports Room
  • Case Study and Article Session
  • Job Placement and Internships
  • Vast number of Alumni

Career Opportunities 

Rapid growth in technology-based jobs in all industries has created a need for technologically skilled professionals.

  • Software Developer.
  • Software Quality Assurance.
  • Software Architect
  • Information Systems Manager.
  • IT consultant.
  • Multimedia programmer.
  • Systems Analyst
  • Software Product Marketing Manager

  • Systems Developer
  • Web Application Developer
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • CRM & ERP Developer
  • Information Technology Auditor
  • Game Programming

Why BS Computer Science & Software Engineering?

  • This program provides a carefully designed computer science core, surrounded by a widespread selection of challenging technological elective courses.
  • To bring forth competent Computing Professionals with a strong understanding of computer science bodies of knowledge and theories, who can apply firm principles and methods to the cost-effective conception, development, operation, and maintenance of high-quality software and are prepared for lifelong learning.
  • Develop an aptitude to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems.
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet preferred needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • Work effectively in teams to design and implement solutions to computational problems and apply sound principles to the synthesis and analysis of computer systems.

Why BS Computer Science & Software Engineering from MAJU?

  • The undergraduate program in Computer Science and Software Engineering offers an excellent learning opportunity to students with the help of top-notch research-active faculty.
  • Learn from professionally qualified faculty and industry’s professionals.
  • Personal effectiveness and development courses to help groom a well rounded personality.
  • The undergraduate degree prepares students to do extremely well at solving problems creatively, an essential proficiency that can be useful to a diverse variety of fields.
  • Organize students for vocation in industry to pursue advanced graduate studies.
  • University foundation courses to broaden knowledge base and improve skills & competencies.
  • Rigorous set of core subjects for specializing in Computer Science and Software Engineering.
  • A broad set of Electives drawn from the MAJU undergraduate curriculum with minimum requirements for meeting the criteria for majors.
  • Internships & job placements specific to the career path.
  • Research courses in both Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Intensive use of the technology to equip the graduates with the latest analytical tools & techniques.
  • Apply fundamental principles and methods of Computer Science and permit students to demonstrate aptitude in problem-solving techniques using the computer in the analysis of complex problems and the combination of solutions to those problems.
  • Students are expected early on to design and evaluate their programs, in order to develop their technical skills as part of a successful development process.
  • Graduates will have a solid comprehension of the theory and essential concepts computer science, helping students to adapt to novel developments in the field of computer science.
  • Through technical documentation, presentations, reports, and peer reviews, students develop strong communication skills and through teamwork, they develop strong interpersonal skills.
  • Hands on experience with various software systems and Programming languages are an integral part of the program.
  • Software Engineers potential career opportunities are to develop software for telecommunications, financial systems, aeronautics, medical devices, transportation systems, and banking and insurance companies.
  • Software Engineers tend to hold technical, decision-making positions, such as Systems Analyst, Software Architect, Quality Analyst, and Project Manager.
  • Our graduates are consistently accepted in leading MS and PhD programs abroad.

FAQs

Q: How do I apply?
For directions on how to apply, please visit the web page for Admission’s.

Q: Can I complete my graduate degree part-time?
The program is full-time only.

Q: Course Load?
Minimum 3 courses and maximum 6 courses.

Q: My Intermediate isn’t in Science background. What kind of background should I have before applying to the program?
To be considered for admission to any of our graduate programs, students usually have a science background, however students from other equivalent background may also apply.

Q: What courses will transfer into Computer Science Department?
Transferring credits from PGC university or College.
Yes, as per the evaluation of your case.
Transferring credits from other Institutions .
Your transfer work will be evaluated once all of your required documents are received. All transfer students are initially admitted into University as per HEC criteria.

Q: I just appeared in the exam. Am I eligible to apply?
Result awaiting may also apply.

Q: How will I find a job when I’m done?
HR and recruitment office will assist you in internships and job placement.

Q: Can I continue for MS/Mphil (National or Abroad) after completion of BS ?
Yes. Infact many of Mohammad Ali Jinnah University students went abroad for MS leading to PhD.

+ Program Summary

Program Objectives

  • To provide students with strong substance of theoretical and practical knowledge in software engineering.
  • To provide students with expertise in modern software development tools and technologies and induce competent skills of problem solving, analysis, design, modeling, team work, and communication.
  • To provide students with awareness and knowledge of Social, Ethical, and Professional values relevant to Software Engineering.

 Learning Outcomes

  • Students will have in depth knowledge of principles of Software Engineering and Computer Science and should be capable of applying that knowledge.
  • Students should be able apply the knowledge of Software Engineering. They would have expertise to use the latest software development methodologies and application of best practices. Will have expertise in evaluating customer needs and act in a professional manner to determine the precise needs.
  • Students should be able to develop software applications keeping human and social aspects into consideration

Eligibility

At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics certified by IBCC

Selection Criteria 

  • Entry test and interview.

Duration 

  • This is a four years degree program comprising of 8 regular semesters.
  • There is a Fall semester and a Spring semester each year.
  • Summer semester is utilized for internship or deficiency courses only.
  • The maximum duration to complete the BS program is 7 years.

Degree Requirements

  • Complete at least 131 credit hours
  • Minimum 2.0 of 4.0 CGPA.

Total Credit Hours 

  • 131

Deficiencies Credit Hours 

  • N/A

Final year project 

  • It is mandatory for every student to complete a final year project. The student may register for the project after the 6th semester or after completing 95 credit hours of course work.

Internship 

All students have to undergo a mandatory 6-8 week internship arranged by the placement office. The internship is normally taken after passing 60 credit hours. The internship is closely monitored by an internship coordinator. Successful completion of internship is a mandatory requirement for graduation

+ Plan Of Study (Applicable till Spring 2018)

Semester - I

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1210Introduction to Computing3-
CS1211Introduction to Computing Lab1-
CS1410Computer Programming3-
CS1411Computer Programming Lab1-
SS1100Freshman English3-
MT1140Calculus and Analytical Geometry3-
SS1400Islamic Studies2-
OR-
SS1410Ethics2-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - II

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1420 Object Oriented Programming3CS1410
CS1421 Object Oriented Programming Lab1CS1410
EE1220Electronics2-
EE1221Electronics Lab1-
SS2120Oral Communications3SS1100
MT1150Multivariate Calculus3MT1100
SS1420Pakistan Studies2-
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - III

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2510 Data Structure and Algorithms2CS1420
CS2511 Data Structure and Algorithms Lab1CS1420
CS1230 Digital Logic Design2CS1210
CS12301 Digital Logic Design Lab1CS1210
SS3130Technical Report Writing3-
CS2620 Discrete Structures3-
SS2XX0 Humanities Elective-I3-
MT2300 Probability and Statistics3-
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Semester - IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2230 Database Management Systems3CS2510
CS2231 Database Management Systems Lab1CS2510
CS2210 Microprocessor and Assembly Language2CS1230
CS2211 Microprocessor and Assembly Language Lab1CS1230
CS3XX0SE Elective-I3-
CS3110Software Engineering3-
MT2210 Linear Algebra3-
MG2XX0 MG Elective-I 3-
Total Semester Credit Hours19

Semester - V

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3210 Data Communications and Networking3-
CS3520Design and Analysis of Algorithms3CS2510
CS3220 Operating Systems3CS2510
CS3221Operating Systems Lab1CS2510
CS3130Software Requirement Engineering3CS3110
SS3XX0 Humanities Elective-II3-
CS3120 Software Architecture3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours19

Semester - VI

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3230 Computer Architecture and Organization3CS2210
CS3XX0SE Elective-II3-
CS3150Formal Software Specification3CS3110
CS4110Human Computer Interaction3CS3110
CS3140Software Project Management3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3160Software Testing3CS3110
CS4220Professional Issues in Computing3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-III3
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
CS4150Final Year Project-I3CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VIII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS4XX0SE Elective-V3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-VI3-
CS4XX0SE Elective-VII3-
MG4XX0MG Elective-II3-
CS4160 Final Year Project-II3CS4150
Total Semester Credit Hours15
Program Total Credit Hours: 132
+ Plan Of Study (Applicable from Fall 2018)

Semester - I

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1210Introduction to Computing3-
CS1211Introduction to Computing Lab1-
CS1410Computer Programming3-
CS1411Computer Programming Lab1-
SS1100Freshman English3-
MT1140Calculus And Analytical Geometry3-
SS1400Islamic Studies2-
OR-
SS1410Ethics2-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - II

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS1420 Object Oriented Programming3CS1410
CS1421 Object Oriented Programming Lab1CS1411
NS1240Applied Physics3-
SS2120 Oral Communications3SS1100
MT2300 Probability and Statistics3-
CS2620 Discrete Structures3-
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - III

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2510 Data Structure and Algorithms3CS1420
CS2511 Data Structure and Algorithms Lab1CS1421
CS3110Software Engineering3
MG2XX0 MG Elective-I 3-
SS2XX0 Humanities Elective-I3-
CS4119Web Engineering3
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS2230 Database Management Systems3CS2510
CS2231 Database Management Systems Lab1CS2511
CS2420Operations Research3-
CS3XX0SE Elective-I3-
MT2210 Linear Algebra3-
CS2430Object Oriented Analysis and Design2CS1420
CS2431Object Oriented Analysis and Design Lab1CS1421
Total Semester Credit Hours16

Semester - V

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3210 Data Communications and Networking3-
CS3211 Data Communications and Networking Lab1-
CS3220 Operating Systems3CS2510
CS3221 Operating Systems Lab1CS2511
CS3130Software Requirement Engineering3CS3110
CS4121Software Construction and Development3CS3110
CS3XX0SE Elective-II3-
Total Semester Credit Hours17

Semester - VI

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3XX0SE Elective-III3-
CS4110Human Computer Interaction3CS3110
CS3140Software Project Management3CS3110
SS3XX0 Humanities Elective-II3-
SS3130Technical Report Writing3SS1100
CS3120 Software Architecture2CS3110
CS3121 Software Architecture Lab1CS3110
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Semester - VII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS3160Software Testing3CS3110
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
CS4123Formal Methods3CS3110
CS4150Final Year Project-I3CS3110
CS4310Information and Network Security3CS3210
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Semester - VIII

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
CS4XX0SE Elective-IV3-
SS1420 Pakistan Studies2-
CS4122Software Re-engineering3CS3110
CS4220Professional Issues in Computing3-
MG4XX0MG Elective-II3-
CS4160 Final Year Project-II3CS4150
Total Semester Credit Hours17
Program Total Credit Hours: 131

Note: Registration in “Final Year Project-I” is allowed provided the student has earned at least 97 credit hours, and his/her CGPA is equal to or greater than the graduating CGPA (2.0).

Elective/Specialization Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-RequisiteCourse Type
SS2310Principles of Sociology3-Humanties Elective - I
OR
SS2300Principles of Psychology3-Humanties Elective - II
FN1120Financial Accounting3-MG Elective - I
CS4101Web Development3-SE Elective-I /
CS4430Game Programming3-SE Elective-II
CS4360Information System Audit3-SE Elective-III /
CS4701Data Science with Python3-SE Elective-IV /
CS4118Agile Software Project Management3-SE Elective-VI
MG4340Organizational Behavior3-MG Elective-II