The Bachelor of Informatics aims at providing educational opportunities for students who are interested and motivated to work as Informatics Specialists or in related practices. This programme is purposefully designed to provide skilful, competent and motivated graduates for the increasing and numerous challenging tasks of Informatics in the country and the region at large. Students will have the opportunity to develop the required cognitive/intellectual skills, practical as well as key transferable skills, and apply these to address/solve Computing and Informatics (CI) problems/challenges in the context of an organisation.
Candidates may be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Informatics if they meet the NUST General Admission Requirements (Part 1 of the Yearbook). In addition, applicants must have a minimum D-symbol in Grade 12/NSSC Mathematics at Ordinary Level, or equivalent. The Faculty reserves the right to consider candidates who have a D-symbol in NSS Mathematics at Ordinary Level, or equivalent through other relevant criteria.