BS in Information Technology

You’ll develop the cultural awareness and critical thinking skills you need to analyze and produce a broad range of discourse in a full spectrum of careers — and to make a difference in whatever you do.


Communication studies addresses the ways in which words, images, gestures, and symbols reflect and affect human behavior. At LEADS University, we explore the many ways that communication can be used — and sometimes abused — to effect change in culture, law, politics, business, and every other realm in which people express themselves.

One day in class, your professor might show a social media post from a politician or celebrity. You and your classmates analyze, critique, and discuss that post from different angles, such as its medium, its message, its meanings both expressed and implied, the credibility of the messenger, and the cultural impact of the message. Then you write your own social-media post in response.

Career Opportunities

Our graduates work and intern in a range of jobs in a broad range of fields — public relations, marketing, advertising, social media, television, radio, magazines, human resources, event planning, education, nonprofits, and technology. We’ve also had graduates start their own businesses and others go on to graduate school in communication, law, public health, strategic communications, and education.

Program Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate an understanding of how communication shapes patterns of social interaction, the expression of cultural values and norms, political practices and relations of power, and our positions as local and global citizens.

Be able to use a variety of methodological tools to analyze interpersonal, intercultural, and rhetorical discourse that structures everyday interactions in both our public and private lives.

Demonstrate an understanding of the possibilities, problems, and history of discourse and deliberation in democracy and will be prepared to use their knowledge to work for a just and more humane world.


Compulsory Courses
Total: 19 Credits
CodeTitle of CourseCredits
ENG101English I (Functional English)3
ENG102English II (Communication Skills)3
ENG103English III (Technical Writing and Presentation Skills)3
BUSS273Professional Practices3
CSC102Introduction to Information and Communication Technology3
PKST101Pakistan Studies – General Profile2
ISLM101Fundamentals of Islamic Studies (for Muslim Students)2
ETHC101Principles of Ethics (for Non-Muslim Students)2
General Courses (from other disciplines)
Total: 27 Credits
Code Title of Course Credits
MTH113 Calculus and Analytic Geometry for CSC 3
MTH112 Linear Algebra for CSC 3
CSC111 Basic Electronics 3
STAT101 Elements of Statistics and Probability 3
ECON101 Introduction to Economics 3
BUSS131 Principles of Marketing 3
BUS111 Principles of Management 3
LAW101 Introduction to Law 3
Discipline Specific Foundation Courses
Total: 39 Credits
Code Title of Course Credits
CSC121 Programming Fundamentals 4
CSC121 Object Oriented Programming 4
CSC222 Data Structure and Algorithm 4
CSC223 Operating Systems 4
CSC251 Introduction to Software Engineering 3
CSC231 Data Communications and Computer Networks 4
CSC242 Database Management Systems 4
CSC422 Information Security 3
MTH112 Discrete Structures for CSC 3
CSC484 Final Year Project in BS ( IT) 6
Major Courses – Core (Mandatory):
Total: 33 Credits
Code Title of Course Credits
CSC423 Network Security 3
CSC341 Topics in Database Management Systems 3
CSC202 Technology Management 3
CSC201 IT Infrastructure 3
CSC334 Systems and Network Administration 3
CSC335 Internet Architecture and Protocols 3
CSC225 Web Engineering 3
CSC336 Information Systems 3
CSC452 Formal Methods in Software Engineering 3
CSC381 Research Methodology for CSC 3
CSC453 Simulation and Modeling 3

Electives courses:

Total: 15 Credits
Subject to University offering, the student shall opt five courses from the list below:
Code Title Of Course Credits
CSC232 Telecom Systems 3
CSC331 Computer Networks 3
CSC332 Network Management 3
CSC335 Internet Architecture and Protocols 3
CSC336 Information Systems 3
CSC431 Wireless Networks 3
CSC341 Topics in Database Management Systems 3
CSC345 Knowledge Based Systems 3
CSC441 Data Mining 3
CSC442 Data Warehousing 3
CSC273 Mobile Application Development 3
CSC274 E-Commerce 3
CSC275 Visual Programming 3
CSC301 Human Computer Interaction 3
CSC356 Software Project Management 3
CSC454 Software Quality Assurance 3
CSC274 E-Commerce 3
CSC275 Visual Programming 3
CSC301 Human Computer Interaction 3
CSC454 Software Quality Assurance 3
CSC453 Principles of Cloud Computing 3
CSC312 Telecom Systems 3

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