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BSIT Network, Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking

The use of technology in different fields has immensely increased. With the increase in the use of technology, the threats to information systems cannot be kept away. The information systems and infrastructure would require a great number of system administrators and security professionals to run the system smoothly and secured every bit of information. The Networking, CyberSecurity, and Ethical Hacking Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) degree program provide basic and advance knowledge in conventional computer and network security concepts and skills. The course focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of IT security across a range of fundamental areas, such as network security and vulnerability assessment, information security, digital forensics, wireless device security, and database security.

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Career Pathways

This program is designed to prepare for a career in

  • Network management
  • Network security
  • Systems administration
  • Cybersecurity threat analysis and management
  • Information Security Officer


Course list

Core courses


  1. Information Technology Essentials
  2. Introduction to Statistical Analysis
  3. Applied Statistics for Optimization
  4. Discrete Mathematics 
  5. Database Design & Management Systems
  6. Technical Writing and Communication
  7. Introduction to Data Communication Networks
  8. Computer Networking Concepts, Administration & Security
  9. Capstone Project
  10. Computer Hardware Fundamentals
  11. Cloud Computing
  12. Advanced Network Management
  13. Essentials of Information Security Management
  14. Introduction to Management Information Systems
  15. Access Controls
  16. Data Structures and Algorithm
  17. Software Engineering
  18. Calculus
  19. Web Design and Development
  20. Numerical Method
  21. Operating Systems
  22. Advanced Programming Concepts
  23. Distributed Systems Design and Development


  1. Introduction to Leadership
  2. Foundations in Operations Management


  1. Composition 1
  2. Composition 2
  3. College Algebra
  4. Creating a Sustainable World: Technology & Energy Solutions
  5. Academic Communication
  6. The Impact of Art: Visual, Media & Design
  7. Personal Finance
  8. Speech, Debate, and Ethics
  9. Integrative Studies Capstone
  10. Psychology, Motivation, & Decision-Making


Specialization/elective courses


  1. Introduction to Cybersecurity & Cryptography
  2. Emerging Technologies in Cyber Security
  3. Cyber Controls, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
  4. Digital forensics and incident response
  5. Ethical Hacking for Effective Defense

Affiliated to Westcliff University, California.

Accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission

ACBSP Accredited

Approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal

Recognized by Tribhuvan University