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Bachelor of Information Technology (Web Programming) Print E-mail


The Bachelor of Information Technology with specialization in web programming course provides students an understanding of relevant principles of computing and ability to find solutions in the deployment of IT systems. Through this course, students will be able to design, develop an implement web applications using appropriate technologies that can form a support infrastructure for the Internet and web applications.

This three-year degree course emphasize practical knowledge to enable graduates to understand different web programming technologies and critically analyze and identify appropriate web programming technologies to address real world issues in Internet technology.



Introduction to Information  Technology

Operating System Concepts

Financial Accounting

Object Oriented Programming using C++

Corporate Communication

Internet Security & Ethics

Discrete Mathemtics


Programming Priciples

Project I

Computer Networks

Client Side Scripting

Principles of Software Engineering

IT Project Management & Quality Assurance

Database Management System

Web Programming II

Introduction to Web Design

Industrial Internship

Programming in Java

Cloud Computing Concepts

Web Programming I

Web Server Technology

Human Computer Interact

Fundamentals of the Constitution

Leadership & Life Skills

Project II

Research Methodologies


Entry Criteria

Completion of GCE/IGCSE A’ Level with minimum 2 passes OR MNQF Level 4 qualification OR meet the alternative entry requirements set by MQA (Please see Minimum Entry Requirements for MNQF)


Fee Details

Total Fee: Mrf. 90,000/-
Installment: Mrf. 2,500/- x 36
Reg.Fee: Mrf. 1500/-



3 years



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Executive Communication

Programming Principle using C

Computer Networks

Operating System Concept

Object Oriented Programming using C++

Principles of Software Engineering

Programming in Java

IT and Entrepreneurship

Introduction to System Analysis, Design and Implementation

Management Information Systems

Innovation and Creativity