BSc(Hons) Computing


Why study BSc(Hons) Computing?

People who are keen to study a broad range of computing ideas and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to current situations are invited to apply for this diverse degree programme. The computing industry is continually growing and is integral to people's daily lives and businesses. In this course you will investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world, as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.

This programme initially covers a range of fundamental principles pertinent to computer technology and its use throughout the world. As this course introduces all aspects of computing during Stage one, you do not need to know what area of computing you want to specialise in before you arrive. Indeed, many of our students choose to continue studying multiple computing disciplines throughout the course, thus maintaining flexibility for their future career options.

Key highlights(strengths) of the programme

  • Provide up to date programme in the field of computing; relevant and responsive to the needs of industry and commerce, whilst processing academic depth and rigor appropriate to honors degree level program.
  • Develop the students' capacity for academic study and research, leading to the ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information, and confidence to present a personal point of view
  • Enhance the capacity of students to have broad range of ideas of computing and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to the current situation.
  • Make the students to investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world so that they may be able to make to future advances
  • Equip students with skill and knowledge to enable them to embark on a range of careers, in the field of computing, or allied professions


How it is different from other institutions in Nepal

  • Way of teaching is different at NAMI. Courses are taught more practically than just giving the theoretical knowledge. Theoretical knowledge is given to build the base and more practical knowledge help the student to apply them directly to solve the real world problems.
  • Teaching faculties equipped with all the required knowledge and approved by University of Northampton
  •  Labs equipped with all the required latest tools (hardware and software) which helps the student to work as if they are working in real world
  • Opportunities to participate in various social work and other team work activities which enhances the students inter personal skills and ability to cope up with any real world situation

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