INTRODUCTION

Our industry focused MS Software Engineering program extends the student’s computing education, experience and skills by providing them with a thorough knowledge of software development as a technological and engineering discipline. The courses are taught by acknowledged experts in software engineering from academia and industry. It prepares the student for positions in software houses, consultancies and with major software users, such as the financial sector, where there is a significant demand for professionals with a deep knowledge of advanced software development and a rigorous engineering practice. After the completion of the course candidates may consider a PhD degree, towards and academic/research career.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

The overall program objective is to impart knowledge and training in to students which should enable them to harmonize theory with practice, concept with application, and problem with solution. The MS (SE) program prepares students for both industry and research. It has two degree completion options i.e. Research thesis and Industrial project. Research Thesis is original or expository work chosen and completed under direct supervision of graduate faculty member, which results in a research report, which is appropriate for MS/MPhil level. It enables them for the doctoral level study. The Industrial Project is there to bridge such gap through industrial collaboration. Our aim is to focus on the Pakistan's software development industry problems.

Course Facts

Study Level Study Mode Program Length Credit Hours Intake Class Timings 1st Semester Fee
Post-graduate Full Time 2 Years (4 Semesters) 33 Spring & Fall Semesters Weekdays Evening Rs. 69,441

Entry To MS Software Engineering 

Eligibility Seats Selection Criteria Scholarships Offered at Start Date Application
16 years of education in relevant discipline with CGPA 2.00 or 50% marks 40

 

Need & Merit Based upto %

I 14  Campus
Islamabad 

Address

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Program Structure

Faculty of Computing