IT Management

Computing Science is a discipline that has grown at an unprecedented speed, and continues to evolve each day. It has driven innovation in all science fields as well as engineering, business, entertainment and education. Employers want to hire graduates who are as confident with their business skills as they are with their IT knowledge. If students are proficient in both these areas, their transferable skills will stand out to potential employers, putting them above other graduates in an ever-competitive job market.

The Associate Degree in IT Management has been specially developed in association with employers to give graduates an excellent mix of both business and IT skills, as well as highly sought after team working and communications skills. The degree aims to equip students with problem solving, technical and management skills to play a key role in a rapidly changing IT and business environment. The programme provides you with a thorough understanding of the issues involved in the development and management of information systems in a business context.

    Distinct Features:

    • Equivalent to the conventional BA/BSc/BCOM
    • Semester system (4-semesters, 2-years)
    • 66 credit hours (22 subjects of 3-credit hours each)
    • Courses designed to develop students’ communication, interpersonal, analytical, and specialized occupational skills
    • Dynamic approach in course designing through industry coordination.
    • Flexible class timings

    Proposed Course Structure

    Associate Degree in Information Technology Management

    Semester I
    S-No Course Title
    1 Accounting I
    2 Functional English
    3 Fundamentals of Computing and E-Commerce
    4 Business Mathematics
    5 Introduction to Economics
    6 Introduction to Business
    Semester II
    S-No Course Title
    7 English Advanced Writing
    8 Pakistan and Islamic Studies
    9 Accounting II
    10 Computer Programming
    11 Fundamentals of Marketing
    12 Introduction to Management
    Semester III
    S-No  Course Title
    13 Networking Fundamentals
    14 Object Oriented Programming
    15 Database Management Systems
    16 Introduction to Management Information Systems
    17 Communication Skills
    Semester IV
    S-No  Course Title
    18 Information Security Management
    19 Operating Systems
    20 Software Engineering
    21 E-Commerce
    22 Business Finance

    Concession Policy

    – Merit Scholarship for High Achievers
    – Concession for Old Students
    – Kinship Concession

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