BSIT at Westcliff

All our courses are based on a continuous assessment system where every week, you will be engaging in class & online discussions, writing papers and doing presentations alongside your course projects.
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Deadline: Jul 21, 2024

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Cybersecurity

Modern organizations increasingly rely on modern computing infrastructures and systems. No systems are immune from vulnerabilities, loopholes and other compromising human factors. The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on developing skilled Cybersecurity professionals who are the ultimate line of defense when securing applications and systems from malicious attacks and threats. With coursework including the study of Cryptography, Software and Systems Security, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response, at the end of the course, you will be capable of undertaking specialized roles like Cybersecurity Analyst, Information Security Officer, Penetration Tester, Ethical Hacker, and Information Security Auditor.

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Session - I (12 credits)
Composition 1
Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
Composition 2
Introduction to Technology
Session - II (12 credits)
HUM Language, Culture, & Power
SCI Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
TECH Emerging Technologies
Session - III (12 credits)
Digital Logic
Programming Basics
Personal Finance
Session - IV (9 credits)
Discrete Mathematics
Introduction to Networking
Introduction to Data Analytics
Network Routing and Switching
Session - V (12 credits)
COM Speech, Debate, & Ethics
DATA Applied Statistical Analytics
SBS Introduction to Political Economy
Human Computer Interaction
Session - VI (6 credits)
Critical Thinking & Research
Internet of Things (IoT)
Session - VII (12 credits)
Advance Database Management Systems
Information Security
Cloud Computing
Session - VIII (12 credits)
Management of Information Systems
Authorization and Access Control Management
Operating Systems
Technical Documentation and Communication
Session - IX (6 credits)
System Integration and Architecture
Embedded Systems Design
Threat and Vulnerability Management
Software and Systems Security
Session - X (6 credits)
Tech Entrepreneurship
Cyber Operations and Monitoring
Session - XI (6 credits)
Digital forensics and incident response
Compliance and Assessment
Session - (6 credits)
Enterprise Architecture and Knowledge Management
Capstone Project

BSIT Cybersecurity Faculty Members

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Dr. Rajib Subba
Adjunct Faculty
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Suhel Acharya
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
Cloud Computing

The concentration in Cloud Computing is designed to provide students with the essential skills and knowledge to flourish in the dynamic field of cloud technology. This concentration focuses on five specialized courses that extend beyond the core information technology curriculum, allowing students to master virtualization, cloud platforms, security, scripting, and strategic cloud management. By completing the concentration, students will be well-prepared for a wide range of career opportunities in cloud technology. They will have the knowledge and skills necessary to work as cloud architects, cloud security specialists, cloud administrators, or cloud consultants in industries of different fields. Students will gain a strong foundation for a successful and fulfilling career in the cloud computing industry.

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Session - I (12 credits)
Composition 1
Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
Composition 2
Introduction to Technology
Session - II (12 credits)
HUM Language, Culture, & Power
SCI Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
TECH Emerging Technologies
Session - III (12 credits)
Digital Logic
Programming Basics
Personal Finance
Session - IV (9 credits)
Discrete Mathematics
Introduction to Networking
Introduction to Data Analytics
Network Routing and Switching
Session - V (12 credits)
COM Speech, Debate, & Ethics
DATA Applied Statistical Analytics
SBS Introduction to Political Economy
Human Computer Interaction
Session - VI (6 credits)
Critical Thinking & Research
Internet of Things (IoT)
Session - VII (12 credits)
Advance Database Management Systems
Information Security
Cloud Computing
Session - VIII (12 credits)
Management of Information Systems
Authorization and Access Control Management
Operating Systems
Technical Documentation and Communication
Session - IX (6 credits)
System Integration and Architecture
Embedded Systems Design
Virtualization and Storage
APIs and Scripting
Session - X (6 credits)
Tech Entrepreneurship
CLD 402 AWS and Azure
Session - XI (6 credits)
Cloud Security and Disaster Recovery
Strategic Cloud
Session - (6 credits)
Enterprise Architecture and Knowledge Management
Capstone Project

BSIT Cloud Computing Faculty Members

Binica Maharjan photo
Binica Maharjan
Adjunct Faculty
Prabhat Acharya photo
Prabhat Acharya
Adjunct Faculty
Suhel Acharya photo
Suhel Acharya
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
IT Project Management

The concentration in IT Project Management is tailored to prepare students for a rewarding career in the fast-paced field of IT project management. This concentration comprises five specialized courses, extending beyond the core information technology curriculum, to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills to excel in managing IT projects effectively. Upon completing the course, students will be well-prepared for a variety of career opportunities in IT project management. They will possess the knowledge and practical skills required to lead and manage IT projects in industries such as technology, healthcare, finance, and government. This concentration provides a strong foundation for a fulfilling career in the field of IT project management, where professionals play a pivotal role in bringing IT projects to successful completion.

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Session - I (12 credits)
Composition 1
Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
Composition 2
Introduction to Technology
Session - II (12 credits)
HUM Language, Culture, & Power
SCI Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
TECH Emerging Technologies
Session - III (12 credits)
Digital Logic
Programming Basics
Personal Finance
Session - IV (9 credits)
Discrete Mathematics
Introduction to Networking
Introduction to Data Analytics
Network Routing and Switching
Session - V (12 credits)
COM Speech, Debate, & Ethics
DATA Applied Statistical Analytics
SBS Introduction to Political Economy
Human Computer Interaction
Session - VI (6 credits)
Critical Thinking & Research
Internet of Things (IoT)
Session - VII (12 credits)
Advance Database Management Systems
Information Security
Cloud Computing
Session - VIII (12 credits)
Management of Information Systems
Authorization and Access Control Management
Operating Systems
Technical Documentation and Communication
Session - IX (6 credits)
System Integration and Architecture
Embedded Systems Design
PMP Integration, Scope, Time, and Cost
Project Leadership
Session - X (6 credits)
Tech Entrepreneurship
Project Schedule Management
Session - XI (6 credits)
Project Risk and Quality Management
Project Communicaations Management
Session - (6 credits)
Enterprise Architecture and Knowledge Management
Capstone Project

BSIT IT Project Management Faculty Members

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Dr. Rajib Subba
Adjunct Faculty
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Anmol Adhikari
Adjunct Professor
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Manoj Pandey
TECH Program Lead
Binica Maharjan photo
Binica Maharjan
Adjunct Faculty

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FAQs

Can I submit the application form online?

Yes, the application form is submitted online.

What is the admission test fee?

The total Admission Test fee (including the fee for the Application Form) is free of cost.

Where do I get the application form?

Application forms can be filled out on King’s website https://www.kingscollege.edu.np/online-application/   or can be obtained from King’s College admission office.

Can someone else submit the application form for me?

Yes, anyone can submit the application form, but the application form should be properly filled, duly signed by the applicant, and submitted with the required documents on time.

What documents are required while submitting the application form?

You need to submit the certified copies of the following documents: 

  • Color scanned copy of Nationality certificate English version (for Nepali nationals) or copy of Passport (for foreign nationals). Indian Citizens can submit the Identity Card issued by the Embassy of India. 

  • Original copies of educational qualifications (Transcripts, Certificates, and Character Certificate) of highest degree earned. 

  • IELTS/TOEFL/PTE or letter from College stating that you have studied in English medium.

What needs to be done after submitting the application form?

The admission Team will reach out to you for aptitude tests and personal interviews.

What are the selection criteria at King’s College?

The selection criteria are based on the evaluation of personal statement, interview, your previous academic performance, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a written entrance examination.

When will the result be published? 

The result will be published within 2 days of your final interview.

 

Is the Westcliff degree accepted in Nepal?

The acceptability of degrees or academic credits may differ by country or academic oversight agency. Consult with the designated academic institution or approval authority in the specific country or region.

 

Do you offer scholarships? What types of scholarships are available?

Yes, King’s College supports students through a range of scholarships across our academic programs and provides financial assistance. Read more through the documents https://kings-website.vercel.app/files/Scholarship_Policy_and_Procedure.pdf

Is the degree accepted worldwide?

The acceptability of degrees or academic credits may differ by country or academic oversight agency. Consult with the designated academic institution or approval authority in the specific country or region.

Can I transfer the credit to any other University?

Credit is awarded by Westcliff University. Acceptability of transfer credits to other institutions is at the discretion of the accepting/receiving institution.

What additional skills can students expect from King’s besides academic engagement?

King’s College has set up separate centers for all students to cater to their own developmental needs. The Centers are – Student Development Center, Career Services, CERAD, My Emotions Matters, Community Service-Learning Program, Do Lab, teach LAB, Demola, etc.   Besides these, international visits, foreign language classes, and many national and international events are organized regularly.

 

What are the eligibility criteria for BSIT? 

Eligibility criteria are: 

Nepali and non-Nepali nationals with a High School degree or equivalent in any discipline are eligible to apply for King’s College BSIT Program. Note: Students must go through the College aptitude test for selection to this program.

 

My final year results are not out. Can I apply? 

If you have completed the qualifying educational level, you can apply on a provisional basis, provided you have already taken the final year examination and passed all previous year examinations. You must submit your final transcript by one month before the admission date. However, even after admission, if you fail to meet King’s eligibility requirement, your admission will be canceled. Fees once paid are non-refundable except for security deposit.

What is the structure of the BSIT admission test?

The admission test consists of three phases 

  • Assessment of Statement of Purpose 

  • An aptitude test.
  • Personal Interview

What is the duration of the BSIT program and credit hours?

All BSIT programs at King’s College are 4 years -  120 credit hours.

Do I need prior background in science/computer science? 

No, you do not. We will start this course from the very basics, so prior knowledge is not expected. 

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July 21, 2024