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    Which is better course - BSCS and Software Engineering? What is the scope of these courses in Pakistan and abroad?

    Which is better course - BSCS and Software Engineering? What is the scope of these courses in Pakistan and abroad?

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    Pradeep Mehta Pradeep Mehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Which is better course - BSCS and Software Engineering? What is the scope of these courses in Pakistan and abroad?

    Dear Guest,

    1. I think by BSCS you mean B.Sc in Computer Science. If yes, then I would like to inform you that both courses are quite similar as far as the syllabus goes. The major difference between the two being that while in Software Engineering you are basically taught languages and programming skills whereas in B.Sc in Computer Science along with all this you are also taught about computer architecture and memory management and stacks etc. Depending on your choice in B.Sc you can also learn low level assembly languages that all computers work on. So, depending on your interests, you can pick one.

    2. Regarding scope abroad, I am not sure that Pakistan offers a conducive work environment, especially to Indians. However, most European countries and USA have a great demand for good qualified professionals from India. This can be judged from the number of Indians working in top software companies all over Europe and especially the USA.

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    Dear friend. . . . . . .you may take up software engineering. You can do master directly from your intermediate. Many colleges offer integrated master in science course. You can apply for top information technology firms like TCS ,GOOGLE, IBM, CTS, ORACLE etc. . .after the completion of your course. However you must interest towards this course . Only then you can become successful. Thank you.

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    Dear friend. . . . . . .you may take up software engineering. You can do master directly from your intermediate. Many colleges offer integrated master in science course. You can apply for top information technology firms like TCS ,GOOGLE, IBM, CTS, ORACLE etc. . .after the completion of your course. However you must interest towards this course . Only then you can become successful. Thank you.

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    Re: Which is better course - BSCS and Software Engineering? What is the scope of these courses in Pakistan and abroad?

    Facts about Software Engineering BSc(Hons)Year of entry 2013
    Qualification BSc(Hons)
    Application route 3 years full time: apply through UCAS (code G601)
    4 years full time including sandwich year: apply through UCAS (code G600)
    4 years full time including foundation year: apply through UCAS (code G604)


    About this course
    Why choose this course?

    Kingston's software engineering programme examines the tools, techniques and methodologies that represent the best practice in industry. You will learn to build software based on a sound knowledge of the underlying components and the importance of quality requirements.

    This course is accredited by BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT.
    What will you study?

    Our single honours computing courses have a shared first year, which means it's possible to change course once you've found what really suits you. Your specialist software engineering studies in Years 2 and 3 cover areas such as network software, software quality and computer-aided software engineering. You can choose to work in industry for a year between Years 2 and 3.

    Module listing

    Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules.
    Year 1
    Programming I
    IT Toolbox
    Business Analysis and Solution Design
    Systems Environment
    Year 2
    Programming II
    Networking and Operating Systems
    Database and UML Modelling
    Projects and their Management
    Year 3
    Optional professional placement year
    Year 3/4
    Project
    Programming III
    Dependable Systems
    Option modules (eg Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing; Virtual Reality; Advanced Databases and the Web; User Experience; Internet Security; IT and Entrepreneurship; Internet Services and Protocols; Digital Business)

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