BS Computer Engineering
Welcome to the newest department at ITU! Computer Engineering is the branch of engineering which
integrates electronic engineering with computer sciences. It deals with the design and utilization of
computing systems for Industrial Automation, Robotics, Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence. Our
carefully crafted coursework provides the right mix of expertise for handling the upcoming challenges in
the domain of Computer Engineering at a global as well as national level. Our goal for students is to
provide a high-quality engineering education that includes hands-on experience. ITU’s Computer
Engineering department has arguably, the finest faculty in the country who have studied and worked for
institutions of international repute.
To be recognized as a center of excellence in the domain of Computer Engineering, by building strong
technical expertise, in order to provide innovative solutions to global as well as local technological
The departmental mission is to provide the right nurturing environment in order to produce graduates
with exceptional creative thinking and problem solving skills to become creative members of the society.
This shall be achieved by exposing them to world class curriculum, state of the art labs, access to latest
research and exposure to latest technical trend via strong industrial-academic linkage.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- To produce creative graduates with strong Computer Engineering expertise to tackle technological
challenges related to the computing industry.
- To produce proactive engineers equipped with comprehensive analytical and problem solving skills to
create value through the application of technology.
- To produce responsible and ethical professionals with sound leadership and communication skills
- To produce graduates with strong entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to further their career by
involving themselves in sustained lifelong learning
- Eligibility Criteria
- Admissions Test
- Fee Structure
- Program Structure
Applicants who have successfully completed their F.Sc.. (Pre-Engg), F.Sc. (Pre-Med with additional Maths), ICS (with Physics), DAE or equivalent, A’ Levels, High School Diploma or International Baccalaureate, or will do so by August – September
- Scored 60% marks or above in Matriculation (Science), or equivalent examination
- Scored 60% marks or above in Intermediate, or equivalent examination*, with the following three subjects:
- Chemistry/Computer Studies/Computer Science
- Minimum score for eligibility is 50% in the ITU Admissions Test
To be exempted from the ITU Admissions Test:
SAT II Subject Tests with score of at least 550 in each: Maths 1 and Physics
- Successfully cleared the below mentioned subjects in A’ Levels
- Chemistry/Computer Studies/Computer Science
- A GPA of at least B in American High School Diploma
- Scored at least 28 out of 45 points in International Baccalaureate Diploma Program
Note: Per HEC rules, candidates who have completed 12 years of education and obtained degrees other than Matriculation (SSC) or Intermediate (HSSC) may be required to obtain an equivalence certificate from the Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC), Islamabad.
AS Level and General Studies are not accepted
2% deduction from Academic Marks for each late session for up to 5 late sessions
Applicants can take the ITU Admissions Test OR submit their SAT scores for admission to ITU.
The ITU Admissions Test will be held at the ITU campus an Arfa Software Technology Park in Lahore. The test will be 2-hours long and will comprise mostly of Multiple-Choice Questions. For information about dates please click here.
Applicants who have taken the SAT (through ETS USA) during the last two years, may be exempted from the ITU Admissions Test. SAT scores must be reported to ITU officially from the testing agency. The college code for reporting SAT scores to ITU is 7537. Given the time constraint, applicants may upload the scorecard to their online application. Confirmation of admission of applicants on the Merit List, will take place once the official results are received from Collegeboard.
Please refer to the Collegeboard website for details about the SAT test and score report delivery.
|Discipline||Required SAT Test||Minimum Score|
For information about dates please click here.
|Program Duration||8 semesters (4 years)|
|Tuition Fee per Credit Hour||Rs. 5,500|
|Total No. of Credit Hours||124 – 136|
|Minimum Course Load (15 credit hours)||Rs. 82,500|
|University Charges Per Semester||Rs. 24,000|
Note: If the fee exceeds Rs. 200,000 per annum, 5% Income Tax will be added u/s 236I of the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001.
|S.No||Knowledge Area||Domain||As per HEC||ITU BSCE|
|Courses||Cr. Hrs.||Courses||Cr. Hrs.|
|8||Inter-disciplinary Engineering Breadth (IDEE)||Eng||2||6||2||8|
The roadmap of BSCE program and tentative list of courses offered is as under:
|S. No.||Course No.||Course Title||Knowledge Area||Sub Area||Credit Hours (Theory)||Credit Hours (Practical)|
|2||MT110||Calculus & Analytical Geometry||Non-Eng||Natural Sciences||3||0|
|3||PH101||Applied Physics||Non-Eng||Natural Sciences||3||0|
|4||CE150||Linear Circuit Analysis||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|5||EE110||Electronics Workbench||Eng||Eng. Foundation||0||1|
|6||CE100||Computer Fundamentals & Programming||Eng||Computing||3||1|
|8||MT121||Linear Algebra||Non-Eng||Natural Sciences||3||0|
|9||CE101||Object Oriented Programming||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|10||CE151||Electronic Devices & Circuits||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|11||CE102||Computer Aided Engineering Design||Eng||Eng. Foundation||0||1|
|14||MT232||Differential Equations||Non-Eng||Natural Sciences||3||0|
|15||CE200||Data structures and Algorithms||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|16||CE201||Digital Logic Design||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|17||CE202||Probability & Statistics||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||0|
|18||TBD||IDEE-1(3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||IDEE||3||0 / 1|
|19||CE203||Computer Organization & Architecture||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||0|
|20||CE204||Signals & Systems||Eng||Eng. Foundation||3||1|
|21||CE205||Microcontrollers & Interfacing||Eng||CE-Breadth||3||1|
|22||MT240||Complex Variable & Transforms||Non-Eng||Natural Sciences||3||0|
|26||CE303||Digtial Signal Processing||Eng||CE-Breadth||3||1|
|27||CE302||Database Management Systems||Eng||CE-Breadth||3||1|
|28||SS125||Ethics Values & Technology||Non-Eng||Humanities||3||0|
|29||TBD||IDEE-2(3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||IDEE||3||0 / 1|
|30||CE306||Computer Communication & Networks||Eng||CE-Breadth||3||1|
|32||CE305||Digital System Design||Eng||CE-Breadth||3||1|
|34||CEXXX||Elective I (3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||CE-Depth Elect.||3||0 / 1|
|35||CEXXX||Elective II (3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||CE-Depth Elect.||3||0 / 1|
|36||CEXXX||Elective II (3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||CE-Depth Elect.||3||0 / 1|
|37||CE498||Final Year Project-I||Eng||Senior Project||3||0|
|38||SS200||Tech. Report Writing & Presentation Skills||Non-Eng||Humanities||3||0|
|39||CEXXX||Elective IV (3-0 or 3-1)||Eng||CE-Depth Elect.||3||0 / 1|
|40||CEXXX||Elective V (3-0)||Eng||CE-Depth Elect.||3||0|
|41||CE499||Final Year Project-II||Eng||Senior Project||3||0|
This order and list of courses may change as per latest trends and resource availability and as per the recommendations of HEC, PEC and ITU’s Academic Council.