Bachelor of Business and Information Technology Honors
Programmes --> BBIT (Hons.)
It is a 4 year full time study program spread over eight semesters. Each Semester comprises of 18 weeks. Students are offered courses in Business and Information Technology which blend into a coherent and professional degree program. The courses of study may be changed from time to time by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies. Such changes will be notified before the commencement of the semester in which they will take effect.
Assessment of Study Progress
Award of Degree
Scheme of Study (Semester wise breakup)
The courses taught in BBIT (Hons.) are given below. The courses may be revised as a result of continuous review conducted every Semester to bring them at par with top-class foreign universities' courses and accommodate HEC, industry needs, commerce and the government requirements.
Introduction to Information Technology
Principles of Management
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Sociology
Marketing Mathematics / Empirical Tools for Marketing
Advance Financial Management
Commercial Bank Management
Credit Risk Analysis
Introduction to Derivatives
Insurance and Risk Management
Capital Budgeting and Investment Decisions
Money and Capital Markets
Emerging Trends in Finance
Corporate Law and Business Ethics
Computing Applications and Financial Management
Object Oriented Analysis and Design
Data Structures and Algorithms
Data Structures and Algorithms Lab
Distributed Database Systems
Internetworking with UNIX TCP/IP
Emerging Trends in IT
Computer Organization and Assembly Language
Computer Organization and Assembly Language Lab
Analysis of Algorithms
UNIX and Shell Programming
Course Coding System
Coding 3-4 alphabets for course Category e.g. MGMT= Management, MKTG=Marketing etc.
First digit represents No. of Year in program, e.g. First year =1 (Semester 1 & 2)
Second digit for subject e.g. MGMT = 7. Complete table given below:
Third digit represents the number of course available in a given year e.g. 0-9, (e.g. 170 means First Course of MGMT available/offered during the first Year). 1- represents the Year-1, 7-represent the MGMT, and 0-represents the first course of MGMT available/offered in Year-1).
Note: Term wise course offering is subject to modification to accommodate board of studies recommendations as well as faculty availability.