HEC Proposed study plan for BS (Software Engineering)
4-Year Program (8 Regular Semesters of 18 weeks each).

Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
I Introduction to Information and Communication Technology SE-1201 2+1
Programming Fundamentals SE-1001 3+1
English Composition & Comprehension HU-1001 3+0
Calculus & Analytical Geometry BS-1301 3+0
Pakistan Studies HU-1006 2+0
Applied Physics BS-1101 3+0
total 16+2
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
II Object Oriented Programming SE-1002 3+1 Programming Fundamentals
Communication & Presentation Skills HU-2001 3+0 English Composition and Comprehension
Discrete Structures SE-2002 3+0
Software Engineering SE-XXXX 3+0
Islamic Studies HU-1002 2+0
University Elective – I SE-XXXX 3+0
total 17+1
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
III Data Structures & Algorithms SE-2001 3+1 Object Oriented Programming
Software Requirement Engineering SE-XXXX 3+0 Software Engineering
Human Computer Interaction SE-XXXX 3+0 Software Engineering
Linear Algebra BS-1302 3+0
University Elective – II SE-XXXX 3+0
total 15+1
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
IV Operating Systems SE-2004 3+1 Data Structures & Algorithms
Database Systems SE-2003 3+1 Data Structures & Algorithms
Software Design & Architecture SE-XXXX 2+1 Software Requirement Engineering
Probability and Statistics BS-1402 3+0
University Elective – III SE-XXXX 3+0
total 14+3
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
V Software Construction and Development SE-XXXX 2+1 Software Design and Architecture
Computer Networks SE-3002 3+1 Data Structures & Algorithms
Technical and Business Writing HU-3001 3+0 Communication & Presentation Skills
SE Supporting –I SE-XXXX 3+0
SE Supporting –II SE-XXXX 3+0
total 14+2
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
VI Software Quality Engineering SE-XXXX 3+0 Software Engineering
Information Security SE-3003 3+0
Professional Practice HU-XXXX 3+0
Web Engineering SE-XXXX 3+0
SE Elective –I SE-XXXX 3+0
SE Supporting –II SE-XXXX 3+0
total 18+0
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
VII Software Project Management SE-XXXX 3+0 Software Engineering
Software Re-Engineering SE-XXXX 3+0 Software Construction & Development
SE Elective -II SE-XXXX 3+0
SE Elective – III SE-XXXX 3+0
Final Year Project – I SE-4001 0+3
total 12+3
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours Pre-requisite
VIII SE Elective – IV SE-XXXX 3+0
SE Elective – V SE-XXXX 3+0
Final Year Project – II SE-4002 0+3
University Elective – IV SE-XXXX 3+0
total 9+3
Total credit hours 130

Specialization Streams

Area Course title
Mobile & Ubiquitous
Ubiquitous
Computing
Computing Mobile Application Development
Mobile & Wireless Computing Mobile Software Engineering
Human Computer Interaction Tiny OS
Android Programming Cyber Security
Cloud & Cluster
Computing
High Performance Computing Cloud Computing
Social Computing Big Data Analytics
Cluster & Grid Computing Semantic Web
Concurrent & Distributed Computing Computational Social Science
Bio-Informatics Introduction to Bio-Informatics Computational Genomics
Computational Genetics Protein Sequence & Structural Analysis
Biological Data Management Computational Chemistry
Computational
Linguistics
Natural Language Processing Text Mining
Statistical NLP Machine Learning
Computational Grammar Computational Morphology
Computer Graphics and
Visualization
Introduction to Computer Graphics using Modern OpenGL Graphics Programming in the Web Browser using WebGL
High Performance Computing using CUDA Mathematical Methods in Computer Graphics
Physically based animation in Computer Graphics Introduction to GPU programming using Shaders
Mobile Graphics Programming on Android Scientific Visualization

Cross Registration with Online Courses at Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley and others

Course Name Foreign University Course DSU Equivalent Course
Principles of Database Systems University of Washington, USA CS-204: Database Systems
Operating Systems and System Programming UC Berkeley, USA CS-206: Operating Systems
Introduction to Algorithms MIT, USA CS-302: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Software Engineering UC Berkeley, USA CS-305: Software Engineering
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence UC Berkeley, USA CS-306: Artificial Intelligence
Programming Languages and Compilers UC Berkeley – USA CS-313: Compiler Construction
Introduction to Copyright Law MIT, USA CS-404: Professional Issues in IT
iPhone Application Development Stanford, USA CS-440: Mobile Application Development
Machine Learning University of California Irvine, USA CS-421: Machine Learning
Computer Graphics MIT, USA CS-551 Introduction to Computer Graphics using Modern OpenGL
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