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Learn Data Science in Nepal

"With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day, there is a surging demand of Data Analysts and Scientists globally as well as in Nepal. With the lucrative prospects in the field of data, this demand will continue to be high for years to come. "

DURATION

4

YEARS

UNIVERSITY

Westcliff

University

HOURS

120

credit hours

ACCREDITATION

WASC

accredited

The BSIT program offered by King’s College under the auspices of Westcliff University is an interdisciplinary program that offers pathways for students who want to pursue careers in the growing field of Information Technology. The program focuses on addressing business challenges and creating new opportunities using technology. The students pursuing this program will gain necessary skills to solve business challenges through data analysis utilizing Information Technology.

    • Knowledge: Build strong theoretical foundation on data science through in-class lectures and conducted by our young, energetic, motivated, and knowledgeable  pool of faculty members with rich experiences and global exposure.
    • Skills: Learn by doing. Each of our courses has a project component which will help you master the theories you have learned.
    • Attitude: Embrace King’s Culture to harness your creativity, collaboration and critical thinking abilities and develop entrepreneurial mindset. 
    • Experiences: Gain valuable ‘outside the classroom’ experiences by solving real world problems with your dedicated mentors.
    • Exposure:  Attend mandatory workshops and additional modules throughout your course to gain local and global exposure.

Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Software Engineer, Business Analyst, Business Intelligence (BI) Developer, Project Manager, Data Analyst, IT Manager, System Analyst, Statistician, Data Architect, Data Engineer, Policy Researcher

Eligibility

Students who have completed their high school are eligible to apply.

Selection Process

In order to be selected the students will need to:

  1. Duly complete the application form
  2. Submit all the necessary documents (identity document, transcripts and certificates)
  3. Take an aptitude test
  4. Submit a statement of purpose
  5. Go through an interview
At a Glance

DURATION

4

YEARS

UNIVERSITY

Westcliff

University

HOURS

120

credit hours

ACCREDITATION

WASC

accredited

Program Overview

The BSIT program offered by King’s College under the auspices of Westcliff University is an interdisciplinary program that offers pathways for students who want to pursue careers in the growing field of Information Technology. The program focuses on addressing business challenges and creating new opportunities using technology. The students pursuing this program will gain necessary skills to solve business challenges through data analysis utilizing Information Technology.

    • Knowledge: Build strong theoretical foundation on data science through in-class lectures and conducted by our young, energetic, motivated, and knowledgeable  pool of faculty members with rich experiences and global exposure.
    • Skills: Learn by doing. Each of our courses has a project component which will help you master the theories you have learned.
    • Attitude: Embrace King’s Culture to harness your creativity, collaboration and critical thinking abilities and develop entrepreneurial mindset. 
    • Experiences: Gain valuable ‘outside the classroom’ experiences by solving real world problems with your dedicated mentors.
    • Exposure:  Attend mandatory workshops and additional modules throughout your course to gain local and global exposure.
Career Prospects

Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Software Engineer, Business Analyst, Business Intelligence (BI) Developer, Project Manager, Data Analyst, IT Manager, System Analyst, Statistician, Data Architect, Data Engineer, Policy Researcher

Application Information

Eligibility

Students who have completed their high school are eligible to apply.

Selection Process

In order to be selected the students will need to:

  1. Duly complete the application form
  2. Submit all the necessary documents (identity document, transcripts and certificates)
  3. Take an aptitude test
  4. Submit a statement of purpose
  5. Go through an interview

COURSES

data science in Nepal

General Courses  provide students knowledge of communication, critical thinking, arts and humanities, social sciences, cultural studies and so on. By taking these courses, students learn about various facets of society and culture and life in general.

Students at King’s College have to complete 30 credits of general courses

The Impact of Art: Visual, Media & Design
College Algebra
Composition 2
World Politics
Introduction to Communications
Introduction to Psychology
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Ecology/Environment
Cultural Geography

Students have to complete 10 business courses (30 credits) in order to graduate from this program.

Foundations of Business
Principles of Accounting
Concepts of Microeconomics
Concepts of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Leadership
Principles of Marketing
Essentials of Corporate Finance
Foundations in Operations Management
The Essentials of Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Business Research

This is where the fun is. Students will need to complete  20 math and IT courses (60 credits) to complete the program.

Core Math and IT Courses (60 credits)

Information Technology Essentials
Introduction to Statistical Analysis
Applied Statistics for Optimization
Discrete Mathematics
Calculus I
Web Page Design and Development
Data Programming Concepts
Data Programming Languages
Database Design & Management Systems
Introduction to Data Communication Networks
Computer Networking Concepts, Admin & Security
Business Intelligence Tools & Technologies
Knowledge Discovery and Data Science
Big Data Analytics
Data Visualization
Technical Writing and Communication
Linear Algebra for Data Science
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Capstone Project

General Courses

General Courses  provide students knowledge of communication, critical thinking, arts and humanities, social sciences, cultural studies and so on. By taking these courses, students learn about various facets of society and culture and life in general.

Students at King’s College have to complete 30 credits of general courses

The Impact of Art: Visual, Media & Design
College Algebra
Composition 2
World Politics
Introduction to Communications
Introduction to Psychology
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Ecology/Environment
Cultural Geography

Business Courses

Students have to complete 10 business courses (30 credits) in order to graduate from this program.

Foundations of Business
Principles of Accounting
Concepts of Microeconomics
Concepts of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Leadership
Principles of Marketing
Essentials of Corporate Finance
Foundations in Operations Management
The Essentials of Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Business Research

Math and IT Courses

This is where the fun is. Students will need to complete  20 math and IT courses (60 credits) to complete the program.

Core Math and IT Courses (60 credits)

Information Technology Essentials
Introduction to Statistical Analysis
Applied Statistics for Optimization
Discrete Mathematics
Calculus I
Web Page Design and Development
Data Programming Concepts
Data Programming Languages
Database Design & Management Systems
Introduction to Data Communication Networks
Computer Networking Concepts, Admin & Security
Business Intelligence Tools & Technologies
Knowledge Discovery and Data Science
Big Data Analytics
Data Visualization
Technical Writing and Communication
Linear Algebra for Data Science
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Capstone Project