The BCSIT (Bachelor of Computer System & Information Technology) program at Pokhara University is a four-year blend of Information Technology and Business Management. It equips students with skills in analyzing, designing, developing, and maintaining business systems. The program consists of 126 credit hours .
By enrolling in BCSIT, you’ll gain exposure to contemporary management concepts, critical issues, and best practices, while simultaneously honing your information systems and technology skills necessary to develop a robust management information system.
Our goal is to develop skilled professionals in computer applications, fostering excellence in programming and software development. We provide comprehensive knowledge of diverse tools and techniques, enabling students to create innovative solutions for technical challenges in various sectors. Additionally, our strong foundation prepares students for further studies at renowned institutions like MIT, MBA, MCA, and more.
The field of opportunities for BCSIT graduates in Nepal and worldwide is lush and vibrant. With a wide array of prospects available, ranging from IT positions to data scientists and application and game developers, the realm of possibilities is vast. In addition, database managers enjoy substantial opportunities and are rewarded generously with impressive paychecks. Moreover, the ever-evolving industry beckons Android and iOS app developers, who are among the creative minds shaping the future of technology.
|Internet Technology I
|Fundamentals of Computer Systems
|Object-Oriented Language (Java)
|Data Structure and Algorithm
|Linear Algebra and Probability
|Database Management System
|Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
|Internet Technology II (Programming)
|Principles of Management
|Computer Architecture and Microprocessor
|Software Engineering and Project Management
|Data Communication and Networks
|Fundamental of Financial Management
|Management of Human Resources
|Information System Security
|Legal Aspect of Business and Technology
|Innovation and Entrepreneurship