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In Pakistan, the government has started modernizing its governance techniques like e-government, e-courts, e-learning and e-medicine through IT services and infrastructure. Therefore, the demand of software engineers is high because of the advancement in Software applications in government sectors. Private sector has also created a wide market and growth in software engineering. Besides this, a software engineer can also become a self-employed in the form of a freelancer. Even (s) he can create jobs for others like starting own software house or by opening a training institute. A software engineer can also start a startup as for this, there are several opportunities and the support is provided by several governmental and non-governmental organizations. In skill immigration schemes of different countries, a software engineer also gets extra points. In short, software engineering is one of the most promising fields to start your career. Sky is the limit for a talented and hardworking software engineer.

12 years of education (Intermediate or equivalent) with at least 50% marks, in case of O/A Levels, equivalence from IBCC shall be required.

Fee per Semester : Rs. 119500/-

The Software Engineering undergraduate program is planned and designed to train students how to handle all the phases like design, implementation, testing and maintenance of software process. Since, the field of Software Engineering applies both the principles of engineering and the knowledge of computer science. Thus, the graduates of International Institute of Science, Arts and Technology learn about creating high-quality software in a systematic and controlled manner. The software engineers of International Institute of Science, Arts and Technology are well rounded who can fulfill the demand for academics, developers and other related expertise related to software applications in Pakistan and around the world. It is a four years program consisting of eight semesters. The degree is awarded on completion of minimum 131 credit hours, including six credit hours for the project.