Department of Information Technology

We are living  in an information age. Internet and advancement of technology has already changed the life of people in our society. Now people work, think, communicate, or even socialize w.r.t to technology. Many of the changes can be attributed to information systems that now operate very widely over the Internet and Intranets. With the widespread commercial availability of computing technologies and machinery, information systems have been the dominant application area of computing. All present day organizations have come to rely on information systems for their day-to-day operation, planning, and decision making. Effective use of information technologies has become a critical success factor in modern society.
Department of Information Technology is focused more on Information Technology modern trends, techniques and implementation of practical applications of technology and information systems to support organizations while adding value to their products and offerings.
Department of Information Technology offers following degree programs.

Programs Offered
Degree
Title
Duration
Entry Requirement
ADP IT
Associate Degree Program in Information Technology
2 Years
Intermediate or equivalent with at least 50% marks
BS IT
Bachelor of Science In Information Technology
4 Years
Intermediate or equivalent with at least 50% marks
MIT
Master in Information Technology
2 Years
Graduation Or equivalent with at least 2nd division

ADP (IT)
ADP(IT) Program Scheme of study is  aligned with BS(IT).
BS (Information Technology)
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Information Technology (IT) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focusing on Information Technology. The program is unique in that it merges traditional academic topics with leading edge and current IT practices and technology. Courses from different fields of engineering are included: Computer Hardware, Software Programming, Web Design, Database Design, Networking Analysis, Digital Design and Security. Courses have embedded content for industry. Well-balanced program: Networking, Programming, Security, Hardware and Web Technology - ideal for finding employment.

Program Objectives
  • Equip the students with fundamental and advanced concepts of Information Systems with particular emphasis on the application of these concepts to further advance the state of art technology and to meet the needs of growing IT industry.
  • Understand the business processes and identify the needed IT resources including hardware, software and communication technologies
  • Plan, select, integrate, deploy, manage and support the required IT resources
  • To impart effective leadership and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to communicate effectively and to function on multidisciplinary teams;
  • Ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing and understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and their responsibilities as IT professionals.

Scheme of Study

Course Group
Credit hours

% age
General Education
19
15%
University Electives
12
9%
Mathematics & Science Foundation
12
9%
Computing – Core
39
30%
Common courses
82
63%
Domain IT


Domain IT Core
24
18%
Domain IT Electives
15
12%
Domain IT Supporting
9
7%
Domain courses
48
37%

130
100%
TOTAL



Computing Core Courses

Course Title
Credit hours
Programming Fundamentals
3-1
Object Oriented Programming
3-1
Data Structures & Algorithms
3-1
Discrete Structures
3-0
Operating Systems
3-1
Database Systems
3-1
Software Engineering
3-0
Computer Networks
3-1
Information Security
3-0
Final Year Project
0-6



General Education Courses
Course Title
Credit hours
English Composition & Comprehension
3-0
Technical & Business Writing
3-0
Communication & Presentation Skills
3-0
Professional Practices
3-0
Intro to Info. & Comm. Technologies
2-1
Pakistan Studies
2-0
Islamic Studies/ Ethics
2-0


University Elective Courses
Course Title
Credit hours
Foreign Language
2-0
Social Service
1-0
Management Related
3-0
Social Science Related
3-0
Economy Related
3-0



Mathematics and Science Foundation Courses
Course Title
Credit hours
Calculus & Analytical Geometry
3-0
Probability & Statistics
3-0
Linear Algebra
3-0
Applied Physics
3-0



Master in Information Technology (2 Years)
Courses Offered
Computer Fundamentals
Introduction to Computer Programming
Discrete Structures
English Comprehension
Digital Logic & Design
Financial Accounting
Title of Course
Object Oriented Programming
Data Structures & Algorithms
Principles of Management
Database Systems
Organizational Behavior
Computer Architecture
Title of Course
Operating System
Software Engineering
Visual Programming
Human Computer Interaction
Web Engineering
Computer Networks
Title of Course
Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing
Human Resource Management
Management Information System
Final Project