BCIS is a four-year, 126 credit hour curriculum of Pokhara University. The curriculum aims to integrate the concepts and practices of management with information systems and technology. It prepares you to develop a complete and integrated management information system required by today’s organizations to make informed decisions on time. The curriculum introduces you the contemporary concepts, issues, and practices of management, and leads you to enhance your knowledge and skills of information systems and technology which you need to develop a management information system.
The curriculum also offers you an opportunity to select two elective courses, equivalent to 6 credit hours, to meet your personal interest and career aspiration. Apart from coursework, you are also required to complete one internship, one major project (3 credits) and two minor projects (1 credit and 2 credits) to graduate from the BCIS program.
As the BCIS program is specifically designed for careers relating to information systems and technology in organization irrespective of their nature, size and locations, it does not offer additional or separate courses as concentration.
You must successfully complete any three courses, equivalent to nine credit hours, from the following options:
Your performance will be evaluated and graded as per the evaluation and grading system of Pokhara University. Your performance in a course is evaluated internally by the concerned faculty member and externally by the Office of the Controller of Examinations (COE). The pass mark in each course will be a minimum Grade of D or GPA of 1.00 . However, students must secure a minimum CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of C or 2.0 at the end of the program.
Your performance will be graded as per the following scale: