Undergraduate Program of Computer Network

Program Overview

The department of computer Networking (CN) provides a Bachelor’s degree in CN.For research and instruction, the department has considerable computational resources. Students will study in the classroom and laboratory to have a better understanding of technical principles. The CN Department aspires to be a major regional, national, and international resource center for computing and its applications development. In addition, award-winning research academics and prominent technocrats’ leaders will train the future generation throughout the course.

The bachelor’s degree in computer networking is an eight-semester program in which students must earn 150 credits. The program responds to industry demands and enables students to identify new possibilities and analyze real-time technological issues. The curriculum focuses on improving students’ analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities in order to assist them achieve innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Apart from academics, students are provided a wide range of opportunities through valuable in-house initiatives. It uses an interactive environment to help students learn subjects easily.

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Teaching Methods

The modern pedagogy principles will facilitate and enable learning in computer networking areas. Students become the center of education, and teachers will glorify their learning skills. Principles of competency-based education, EduPreneurship, will improve students’ competency in understanding CN terms accurately. 

The bachelor’s degree in Computer Networking supports students learning and connecting to the labour market as a clear pathway towards students’ placement after completing their degree. Students will enjoy learning all modules they cover during their academic life. Different methods will be used, including theoretical lectures, seminars, case studies, on-job training, project-based learning, problem-based learning, and technical concept-based education. The department will support the students throughout their studies to ensure the development of their creativity and critical oversight competencies. The modern pedagogy in this field helps students with a passion for technocrats prepare for taking a wide range of roles and responsibilities in the local, regional and international industry environment.

Program Structure

Mode of Study



4 Years

Number of Semesters

8 Semesters

Number of Credits

160 Credits

Number of Modules

60 Modules

Mode of Assessment

Both summative and shaping assessments will evaluate students’ performance for each module. Assessment tools could be different, but the final examination for every module includes, but is not limited to the following criteria:

  • Midterm Exam                       
  • Final Exam                            
  • Reports
  • Seminars
  • Quizzes
  • Others


Learning Goals
Learning Outcomes
Job Prospects

his curriculum strives to:

  • Take on leadership roles or pursue a research career in the CN areas.
  • Cooperate in a variety of team domains to provide excellent CN support.
  • To make a good value to society, work efficiently in the CN areas.
  • Allow students to learn about and analyze current concerns in computer networking.

Students holding a bachelor’s degree in computer networking will be eligible to:

  • A sense of professional and ethical accountability.
  • Analyze a complicated computing problem and identify solutions using computing concepts and other related disciplines.
  • Develop, develop, and evaluate a computer-based solution that satisfies a specified set of computing requirements within the program’s discipline.
  • Effectively communicate in a range of professional scenarios.
  • Recognize professional duties and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical standards.
  • Effectively participate in or lead a team involved in activities relevant to the program’s discipline.
  • Recognize and explain the layered protocol concept.
  • Identify, assess, and evaluate various datalink, network, and transport layer protocols.
  • Develop client/server and other application layouts’ network connection services.
  • Using standards papers and other original research materials, describe, assess, and evaluate different technical, administrative, and social elements of specific computer network protocols.
  • Create, analyze, and evaluate networks and services for households, data centers, the Internet of Things/Internet of Everything, LANs, and WANs.
  • Network or computer systems administrator
  • Network or computer information systems manager
  • Network engineer or computer network architect
  • Computer system analyst
  • Network service technician or computer network support specialist
  • Network programmer
  • Information security officer
  • Cybersecurity Engineer
  • Full-Stack Developer
  • IoT Engineer

Personal Transferrable Skills

  • Teamwork: To achieve goals, work successfully as a group or team.
  • Leadership: Demonstrate initiative and management skills.
  • Personal motivation, organization, and time management: For organizational growth, efficiently manage and prioritize workload and time.
  • Research and analytical Skills: Gather, interpret and analyze information.

And more like: 

  • Numeracy Skills
  • Listening
  • Written Communication
  • Verbal Communication
  • Personal Development


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