Masters in Computer Science (MCS)
MCS program provides the necessary foundation and specialization in Software Engineering and Telecom & Networks. Graduates of MCS program are now successful in the industry as IT managers, networks/systems administrators, analysts and software engineers. This is a conversion program designed for students having no Computer Science background. Graduates of MCS program are also eligible to pursue the higher-level MS and PhD degree programs.
Specializations: l Software Engineering l Telecommunication & Networks.
|CS101||Introduction to information and Comm. Technologies||3+0|
|ERP102||ERP Business Process Management & Re-engineering||3+0|
|SE201||Object Oriented Programming||3+0|
|NW427||Data Communications & Networks||3+0|
|ECR6509||English-3 official Communication and Report Writing||3+0|
|CS201||Database Management Systems||3+0|
|CS105||Data Structures & Algorithms||3+0|
|SE405||Object Oriented Analysis & Design||3+0|
|CS462||Routing & Switching Techniques||3+0|
|SE417||Software Engineering & Project Management||3+0|
|CS301||Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems||3+0|
|CS||Design & Analysis of Algorithms||3+0|
|Area||Cr Hr||Area||Cr Hr|
|Software Engineering||15||Social Sciences||3|
|Info. Systems / ERP||3|
|Credit Hours||66 + 6|
|Eligibility||Bachelors 50% minimum|
Location: City Campus Comprehensive exam is a mandatory requirement. Student must clear this exam to become eligible for the degree. The curriculum structure, duration and scheduling of each degree program are subject to change without notice.
Incase HEC rules that the minimum credit requirements of a Masters degree after two years bachelors is 90 credit hours then 6 additional courses equivalent 18 credit hours are to be taken by the students for the completion of the degree.