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Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Development)
Modes of Study  Full-time/ Part-time
Duration 3 Years
Level Undergraduate
Course Code 07BCMS


The Bachelor of Computer Science aims at providing educational opportunities for students who wish to be trained in computer  science with a specialisation in Software Development. The programme will give students an opportunity to apply principles of  computing and develop the cognitive and practical skills to address the growing demand in the country, the region and worldwide.  Additionally, the programme aims to equip students with the technical and soft skills required to build software that appeals to  their users and addresses real problems. Through this programme, students will also be able to design, implement, and evaluate a computing‐based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the programme’s discipline. 

Graduates  of  this  programme  will  be  able  to  find  employment  in  public  and  private  sectors  in  various  roles  of  software  development specialists. Furthermore, they will have the ability to exercise their creativity and create start‐ups and companies  with innovative solutions.


Admission Requirements 

Candidates may be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Development) if they meet the NUST  General Admission Requirements (Part  1  of  the Yearbook). In addition, applicants must  have  a minimum  "D"‐symbol  in Grade  12/NSSC  Mathematics  at  Ordinary  Level, or equivalent. The Faculty reserves the right to consider candidates who have a "D"‐ symbol in NSS Mathematics at Ordinary Level, or equivalent through other relevant criteria.

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