Overview of South Eastern University of Sri Lanka

The establishment of the South Eastern University of Sri Lanka and its predecessor, the South Eastern University College of Sri Lanka, no doubt fulfilled the long felt needs of the people of the South eastern region. The birth of the South Eastern University of Sri Lanka also coincided with more positive thinking and policy of the Government to broad – base University education further, by extending it to periphery and less developed regions in the country such as the South Eastern region. But it was due to certain special and unfortunate circumstances in the country caused by the on – going militancy at that time and civil unrest in the North and East of the country, which actually hastened its establishment. When the militancy and civil strife in the North forced out the Muslim staff and students of the University of Jaffna, ad-hoc arrangements were made to accommodate them mainly at the Eastern University at Vantharumulai in Batticaloa district. But owing to deteriorating communal harmony between the Tamils and Muslims and several unfortunate incidents, which took place in that region, the Muslim staff and students were compelled to leave the Eastern University too, with their studies abruptly interrupted. This problem promptly took up to the notice of the Government to find a lasting solution. The government, which was already keen to expand university education to the less developed region, recognized the need for immediate relief.

It was under such circumstances that the South Eastern University College of Sri Lanka was established for the displaced students and academic staff from the Eastern University by an order through gazette notification 88/9 of 26 July, 1995 under the provisions of section 24A of the University act No. 16 of 1978 as amended by Act No. 07 of 1985. By October 1995, basic facilities were found and nucleus staff appointed to commence academic activities in part of the premises of the Government Teachers’ Training College at Addalaichenai. University College was ceremonially inaugurated with a batch of 33 students belonging to the 1992/93 academic year, who had already completed their first year of studies at the Eastern University. Soon after commencing academic activities with these students, the University College admitted two batches in December 1995 for the First Year Course of Studies, by the admission of The University Grants Commission, consisting of 91 students of academic year 1993/94 and 108 students of academic Year 1994/95.

Encouraged by the progress made by the University College in proving the basic facilities for the academic activities within a short spell of time, the Government decided to confer it the status of a full fledged National University. Thus, by gazette notification 916/7 of 27th March 1996, the South Eastern University College raised a National University under the corporate name of South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. It thus commenced its activities as a fully fledged university from 15th May 1996.

Vision and Mission of SEUSL

Council

Name of the Members

Ex-Officio Members
Prof. A. Rameez– Vice Chancellor
Prof. M.M. Fazil– Dean / Faculty of Arts and Culture
Dr. S. Safeena M.G.H.– Dean / Faculty of Management and Commerce
Dr. MH. Haroon– Dean / Faculty of Applied Sciences
Prof. SMM. Mazahir– Dean / Faculty of Islamic Studies and Arabic Language
Prof. M.A.L.A. Haleem– Dean/ Faculty of Engineering
Dr. U.L. Abdul Majeed– Dean/ Faculty of Technology
Appointed Members
Dr. Anver M. Mustapha
Eng. Muheenudeen Abdul Cader
Dr. TSRTR. Rajab
Eng. NT. Mohamed Sirajudeen
Mr. MC. Mohamed Nawas
Prof. Colin N. Peiris
Mr. DML. Bandaranayake
Mr. IM. Haniffa
Mr. JM. Naleer
Prof. (Ms.) Hema MKK Pathirana
Senate Nominees
Prof. A.M. Razmy– Professor
Prof. (Mrs.) F.H.A. Rauf– Professor (Chair)
Secretary
Mr. H Abdul Saththar– Registrar

 Faculties

Department of Social Sciences

Welcome to the Department of Social Sciences !!!

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
HIS1101History of Pre Modern Sri Lanka03
HIS1201Themes in the History of Modern Sri Lanka03
HIS2101The Magadhan Empire in India03
HIS2201The Turks and the Mughals in India03
HIS3101The history of Europe from 1453 – 1789 AD03
HIS3201The French Revolution and Nationalism in Europe03

Philosophy and Psychology Counseling

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
PHY1101Issues and Problems in Philosophy03
PHY1201Fundamental Issues in Psychology03
PHY2101Modern Western Philosophy03
PHY2102Greek and Medieval Philosophy03
PHY2103Psychology of Human Development03
PHY2201Social Psychology03
PHY2202Contemporary European Philosophy03
PHY2203Muslim Fine Arts and Aesthetic03
PHY3101Moral Issues and Social Justice03
PHY3102Philosophy of Religion03
PHY3103Advance Logic and Scientific Method03
PHY3201Political Philosophy and Human Rights03
PHY3202Philosophy of Marxism03
PHY3203Abnormal Psychology03
PHY4101Philosophy of Science and Social Science03
PHY4102Philosophy of Violence and Peace03
PHY4103Theories and Strategies in Counseling03
PHY4201Recent Trends in Continental Philosophy03
PHY4202Psychological Counseling: Techniques and Methods03
PHY4203Internship Report or Dissertation07

DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES

Languages

 English
 Hindu Civilization
 Sinhala
 Tamil

English

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
ENG1101Introduction to Literature03
ENG1201Commonwealth Literature03
ENG2101Poetry and Short Story03
ENG2201Fiction03
ENG3101Linguistics and Syntax03
ENG3201Principles of Practical Criticism03

Hindu Civilization

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
HIC1101The Sources of the Hindu Tradition03
HIC1201Introduction to Hindu Civilization03
HIC2101History of Hinduism in India up to AD 120003
HIC2102The religion and Philosophy of the panishads and the Bhagavad Gita03
HIC2103Hindu Civilization in South East Asia**03
HIC2104The Six Systems of Hindu Philosophy (excluding the Vedanta) **03
HIC2201Hinduism in Medieval and Modern India03
HIC2202The Vedanta School of Hindu Philosophy03
HIC2203Hinduism in Sri Lanka**03
HIC2204Bhakti Literature of the Palleva period (AD 500 – 850) **03
HIC3101Hindu Architecture03
HIC3102Women in Hindu Society03
HIC3103Hindu Dances: Classical and Folk Traditions**03
HIC3104Mural and Portrait Paintings**03
HIC3105Buddhism and Jainism in India**03
HIC3201Hindu Sculpture and Iconography03
HIC3202Medieval Saiva and Vaisnava Literature in Tamil03
HIC3203History of Hindu Music**03
HIC3204Hindu Political Theories and Institutions**03
HIC3205Hindu Ethics**03
HIC4101Schools of Saivism03
HIC4102Hinduism and Globalization03
HIC4103Hindu Science**03
HIC4104Introduction to Sanskrit Literature**03
HIC4201Vedic and Agamic Traditions03
HIC4202Hindu Social and Political Theories and Institutions**03
HIC4203Saiva Siddhanta with Reference to Selected Texts**03
HIC4204Critical Essay / Dissertation07

Sinhala

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
SIN1101Introduction to Sinhala Language and Practical Grammar03
SIN1201Introduction to Sinhala Literature and Literary Appreciation03
SIN2101Prescribed Text03
SIN2201Literature from Other Languages03
SIN3101Translation Studies03
SIN3201Folk lore in Sinhala03

Tamil

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
TML1101Introduction to Tamil Literature and Literary Appreciation03
TML1102Introduction to Tamil Language and Practical Grammar03
TML2101Structure of Modern Tamil: Phonology and Morphology03
TML2102Practical Criticism and Literary Aesthetics03
TML2103Modern Poetry in Tamil03
TML2104Development of Short Story in Tamil03
TML2105Islamic Literature in Tamil03
TML2201Modern Tamil Syntax03
TML2202Folk Literature and Folk Literary Studies in Tamil03
TML2203Development of Novel in Tamil03
TML2204Ethical Literature in Tamil03
TML2205Principles of Modern Linguistics03
TML3101Classical Tamil Poetry and Poetics03
TML3102Modern Literary Theories03
TML3103Tamil Drama and Theatre03
TML3104Devotional Poetry in Tamil03
TML3105Translation: Theory and Practice03
TML3201Classical Tamil Grammar03
TML3202Research Methodology and Report Writing03
TML3203Epic Poetry in Tamil03
TML3204History of Tamil Studies03
TML3205Tamil Poetics: Prosody and Alankaara03
TML4101Modernization of Tamil Language03
TML4102Tamil Language and Literature in Sri Lanka03
TML4103Medieval Tamil Grammar03
TML4104History of Literary Criticism in Tamil03
TML4105Tamil Journalism03
TML4201History of Tamil Language03
TML4202Tamil Grammatical Tradition03
TML4203Lexicography: Theory and Practice03
TML4204South Asian Literature in Tamil Translation03
TML4205Tamil Paleography & Inscriptions03
TML Dissertation & Report Writing07

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

Fields of Study

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
GEO1101Fundamental of Physical Geography03
GEO1201Fundamentals of Human Geography03
GEO2101Cartography and Computer Assisted Mapping03
GEO2102Population Geography03
GEO2103Climatology03
GEO2201Economic Geography03
GEO2202Geomorphology03
GEO2203Computer Application in Geography03
GEO3101Natural Resource Management03
GEO3102Geographic Information System03
GEO3103Practical: Climatic data analysis & Socio economic data analysis**03
GE3104Urban Geography (Elective)**03
GEO3201Population and Settlement Geography03
GEO3202Remote sensing03
GEO3203Climate Change03
GEO4101Medical Geography03
GEO4102Disaster Management03
GEO4103Watershed Management03
GEO4104Regional development (Elective)03
GEO4201Physical Environment of Sri Lanka03
GEO4202Environmental impact Assessment (EIA)03
GEO4203Agriculture Geography (Elective)03
GEO4204Dissertation / Internship and Report Writing07

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

Political Science is the scientific study of state and society, and it focuses on the theory and practice of government and politics at the local, state, national, and international levels. The Political Science degree program has always been an integral part of the main curriculum of the South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, ever since its establishment in 1995. The Department of Social Sciences offered the Political Science degree program until a separate department for Political Science was established in 2015

The Department of Political Science has six full-time academics and more than four hundred undergraduates. The department offers both general and special degree programs in the field of Political Science. Further it offers the subject of Public Administration for B.A. general degree program. The medium of instruction of both degree programs is Tamil. However, the department is working earnestly to start courses based on the English medium of instruction as early as possible. The department has recently introduced a postgraduate research degree programs (M.Phil & PhD) to cater to the needs of students

The purpose of our degree programs is to deepen knowledge and understanding of government and politics around the world. Our courses are designed to develop the critical skills of students that will help them succeed in almost any career. Most of our courses have assignments that enhance socio-emotional skills and analytical thinking among students, which are essential for almost all careers in the present job market.

The Department of Political Science has recently revised its curriculum and introduced several new courses to enhance the employability of our graduates with the support of AHEAD (Accelerating Higher Education Expansion and Development) Project funded by the World Bank.

Our vision is to be a leading educational hub of excellence for advanced studies in Political Science dealing with emerging socio-political crises globally and nationally

Department of Political Science offers the following subjects

Subject CodeSubject No.SubjectCredit
PPS1101Introduction to Politics-I Political Ideas03
PPS1201Introduction to Politics-II Political Structures03
PPS2101Elements of Public Administration03
PPS2102An Introduction to International Relations and Major Themes03
PPS2103Political Philosophy03
PPS2201Constitutional Development in Sri Lanka03
PPS2202Gender and Politics03
PPS2203Political Systems in Western Europe03
PPS3101Peace and Conflict -Theoretical Analysis03
PPS3102Media and Politics03
PPS3103Public Policy** Comparative Politics **03
PPS310403
PPS3201Conflict Resolution and Management – Case Studies03
PPS3202Contemporary Terrorism and Violence03
PPS3203Foreign Policy of Sri Lanka03
PPS4101State and Region in South Asia03
PPS4102Ethnic Conflict and Minority Politics in Sri Lanka03
PPS4103Democracy and Human Rights03
PPS4201Issues in Sri Lankan Politics03
PPS4202Post Conflict Development and Peace Buildings03
PPS4203Dissertation / Internship and Report Writing07

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

The Department of Economics and Statistics was established in 2016 by the government Gazette Extraordinary No.1964/11 of 26th April 2016. It contained an amendment to the order of the South Eastern University of Sri Lanka and established a New Department of Economics and Statistics at the Faculty of Arts and Culture.

The Vision of the department is to be a center of excellence for the creation and dissemination of knowledge in economics and statistics and the Mission is The Department of Economics and Statistics is to train students at the undergraduate level in the methods, ideas of economics, and statistics, and to conduct both basic and applied research in economics and statistics that pushes forward the frontier of knowledge in the field for their further study and employment opportunity in the dynamic world.

The Department of Economics and Statistics is presently offering Economics and Statistics for General Degree Students and BA in Economics for special degree students. Moreover, many courses which are offered by the department are formulated to find the solutions to the regional, national, and international economic issues with theoretical knowledge and empirical applications.

The programs introduce students to the intellectual capacity, theoretical ideas, and empirical skills that are necessary for conducting advanced research, teaching, and working on issues in the present world. Further, each Special degree student gets the opportunity to do independent research and write a dissertation, and the general subject students, expand and widen their understanding of Economics and Statistics. Especially, every year our students get internship opportunities at the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. Also, many job opportunities were opened for the students who had a special degree in Economics and they were employed in many government or non-government organizations. The Department has also introduced interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary courses in Basic Mathematics and Statistics.

In the future, the Economics and Statistics Degree program will start at the inception of the Faculty of Arts and Culture, to be commenced Bachelor of Arts Honors in Tourism and Hospitality. The Department has also introduced a new course of studies and interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary subjects to expand the scope of the discipline.

The Graduate Profilefor Economics and Statistics

Scholarly, knowledgeable, and professional

Competent in analyzing the development and a wide range of human behaviors: Improving the knowledge in Economics and Statistics leads to enhancing knowledge in understanding the functions of key actors in an economic system such as the household, business, and government.

Use conceptual and theoretical elements and frameworks in explaining the functioning of the economy: An important ability of the graduates is to realize the conceptual frameworks, theories, and models in the field of economics and be able to provide useful insights into the operations of an economy.

Understand and appraise the significance of contemporary economic issues: Understanding any economic issues, crises, and challenges currently faced by any economy is one of the instrumental scholarly contributions attributable to those who graduate in the field of economics.

Evaluate and assess social efficiency: As social members, graduates will be able to understand the goal of achieving social efficiency that is affected by the routine economic activities such as consumption and production and their positive and negative externalities and can respond effectively to such changes.

Competent in the Employment Market

Ability to compete for employment opportunities in related economic institutions: Realizing that the business entities are endowed with career opportunities for graduates in economic studies, demonstrate capability, and effectively compete for jobs locally and globally using the knowledge and skills acquired in the study program.

Endowed with skills that would enhance career prospects in research-related fields: The skills being developed and improved through training in Economics and Statistics enhance the opportunities for employment in research-oriented careers. Analytical skills developed through the courses in Mathematics and Statistics would provide confidence in undertaking independent research.

Collaborative skills and coordination ability for employment: Learning regional and international economics will pave the way for creating opportunities for graduates in economics and statistics to pursue career opportunities in the international arena. The skills and the knowledge in international cooperation, collaboration, and coordination would help connect the domestic economy with international economies and markets.

Creative and innovative: The prime return gained from the program would be entrepreneurship and creative skills, which the program seeks to achieve through different practical courses. Businesses and investors seeking graduates with innovative and creative minds will benefit from this program.

Competitive in policy planning and implementation-related career opportunities: The policy planning and implementation need people capable of efficient uses of economic resources through the strategic planning process. Graduates in Economics and Statistics have an advantage in the fields of project appraisal, policy making, and policy implementation. In addition, they can contribute to policymaking with their spatial analytical skills. These graduates can contribute the knowledge and skills essential to assist the policymakers in identifying the fundamental and the central economic problems typically faced by any society in the process of allocating scarce economic resources.

Socially and environmentally responsive: Responsive to environmental challenges: Graduates in economics and statistics can be responsive to the environmental challenges faced by society. The course on environmental economics and inter-disciplinary courses will guide the graduates in maintaining the environmental and atmospheric balance while fulfilling human needs and wants.

Socially responsive and relevant: The study program on economics and statistics, while providing specific skills in the field of economics, seeks to also provide a multidisciplinary orientation by incorporating courses from different social science disciplines. This would help graduates to adopt a broader perspective about societal problems and challenges.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

The English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) has been upgraded to Department of English Language Teaching under the Faculty of Arts and Culture as per the gazette notification published on 14 June 2017. It is a vibrant department which offers a wide range of English Language courses to all the faculties in the university. The newly established Department of English Language Teaching adopts a student- centered approach to teach all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. It conducts general as well as subject related (EAP) courses. It also offers a Special Degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). The Department of English Language Teaching is presently engaged in the task of designing new courses that aim to look at new, interesting and innovative ways of teaching English as a second language.

Courses

  1.  Special Degree in TESL
  2.  English Language Courses

 Special Degree in TESL

Course CodeCourse Unit
1st Year Semester I
ENM 11013Introduction to Literature
1st Year Semester II
ENM 12013Postcolonial Literature
2nd Year Semester I
ENM 21013Poetry and Short Story
ELM 21023Reading Comprehension and Writing Skills
ELM 21033Introduction to Language and Linguistics
2nd Year Semester II
ENM 22013Fiction and Drama
ELM 22023Teaching Speech and Listening
ELM 22033Structure of English
3rd year Semester I
ELM 31013Classroom Management
ELM 31023Grammar for Language Teaching
ELM 31033Principles of Education and Language Learning Theories
3rd year Semester II
ELM 32013Second Language Acquisition
ELM 32023English Language Teaching Methods
ELM 32033Technology in ESL classrooms
ELC 32022Action research in ESL classes
ELC 32032English Morphology
4th year Semester I
ELM 41013Testing and Evaluation
ELM 41023Discourse Analysis
ELM 41034Practical Teaching I (at university level among peer students)
ELM 41043Research Methods
ELC 41012Educational Psychology
4th year Semester II
ELM 42016Practical Teaching II (at school level)
ELM 42025Dissertation
ELM 42034Portfolio Assignment

General English Language

Faculty of Arts and Culture

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01ELC 11012Elementary English – I and II
02ELC 21012Pre Intermediate English –I and II
03ELC 31012Intermediate English –I and II
04ELC 41012English For Communication- I and II

Faculty of Management and Commerce

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01MIT 11063English for IT
MgtEnglish I
B/ComEnglish I

Faculty of Applied Sciences

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01ELA 11011English – I (BS)
ELA 11011English – I (PS)
02ELA 21011English – I (BS)
ELA 21021English – I (PS)

Faculty of Islamic Studies and Arabic Language

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01ELC 11012Elementary English – I
02ELC 21012Pre Intermediate English –I
03ELC 31012Intermediate English –I

Faculty of Engineering

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01ID 11001English – I and II

Faculty of Technology

YearSubject CodeCourse Title
01CCT 11012English I (BST)
CCT 11012English I (ICT)

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

BACHELOR OF ARTS – GENERAL

YEAR 01

Semester I

ITC 11012 – Introduction to Information Technology

Semester II

ITC 12012 – Computer Applications

YEAR 02

Semester I

ITC 21012 – Web Development

Semester II

ITC 22012 – Database Management System

YEAR 03

Semester I

ITC 31012 – Graphic Design

Semester II

ITC 32012 – Data Communication and Network

BACHELOR OF ARTS – HONOURS

YEAR 01

Semester I

ITM 11013 – Computer System

Semester II

ITM 12013 – Information System

YEAR 02

Semester I

ITM 21013 – Introduction to Programming
ITM 21023 – Mathematics for Computing
ITM 21033 – Database Systems
ITM 21043 – System Analysis and Design
ITM 21053 – Principles of Management

Semester II

ITM 22013 – Multimedia and Graphic Design
ITM 22023 – Operating System
ITM 22033 – Web Programming
ITM 22043 – e-Business Technologies
ITM 22053 – Communication Skills

YEAR 03

Semester I

ITM 31013 – Computer Networks
ITM 31023 – Data Structures and Algorithms
ITM 31033 – Object Oriented Programming
ITM 31043 – Professional Practices
ITM 31052 – IT Group Project

Semester II

ITM 32013 – Information Security
ITM 32023 – Software Engineering
ITM 32033 – Research Methods for IT
ITM 32043 – Data Mining and Machine Learning
ITM 32053 – Enterprise Application Development

YEAR 04

Semester I

ITM 4113 – IT Project Management
ITM 4123 – Visual Programming
ITM 4143 – Computer Architecture

Semester II

ITM 4223 – Industrial Training
ITM 4233 – Dissertation/ Final Project

POSTGRADUATE UNIT – FAC
Faculty of Arts & Culture

POSTGRADUATE UNIT – FAC

The Faculty of Arts and Culture is committed to pursue excellence in teaching and research in the field of Social Sciences and Humanities. As a growing faculty, University Grants Commission (UGC) has given its approval to offer M.Phil, M.A., and PGD in Tamil in order to meet the higher educational needs of people in the country and to ensure and educationally qualified, skillful manpower available for the society, for a better working environment and a societal growth. M.Phil program is developed specially for professionals seeking to further enhance their knowledge, skills and competencies for career advancement.

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTANCY & FINANCE

Accountancy Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTile
ACC1201FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
ACC2102COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
ACC3103COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR ACCOUNTING
ACC3104ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
ACC3105AUDITING
ACC3106TAXATION
ACC3207COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
ACC4108PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
ACC3209ACCOUNTING THEORY AND STANDARD
ACC4210STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

Finance Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTitle
FIN2201FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
FIN3102INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
FIN3103ADVANCED COOPERATE FINANCE
FIN3204BANK MANAGEMENT
FIN3205FINANCIAL REPORTING
FIN4106INVESTMENT ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
FIN4207VALUATION THEORY AND APPLICATION
FIN4108FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
FIN4109FINANCIAL SERVICE INSTITUTION

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

Management Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
MGT1101Management and Entrepreneurial Skills
MGT1102Business Mathematics
MGT1203Business Statistics
MGT2104Introduction to Tourism
MGT3105Quantitative Techniques for Management
MGT2206Business Communications
MGT2207Commercial and Industrial Law
MGT3208Total Quality Management
MGT4109Organizational Change and Development
MGT3210Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
MGT2211Operations Management
MGT4112Strategic Management
MGT4113Project Management
MGT4214Contemporary Issues in Management

Marketing Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
MKM2201Marketing Management
MKM3202Consumer Behavior
MKM3103Marketing Environment
MKM3104Marketing Information System
MKM4105Marketing Communication Strategy
MKM3106Business To Business and Service Marketing
MKM3207Brand Management
MKM4108Marketing Research
MKM3209Sales Management
MKM4110International Marketing
MKM4211Strategic Marketing Management

Human Resource Management Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
HRM2101Organizational Behavior
HRM2202Human Resource Management
HRM3103Labour Law and Industrial Relations
HRM3104Human Resource Planning and Staffing
HRM3205Human Resource Development
HRM3206Performance Appraisal
HRM3207Management of Employee Health and Safety
HRM3208Compensation Management
HRM4109International Human Resource Management
HRM4110Work Psychology and Counseling
HRM4111Human Relations
HRM4112Total Quality and Human Resources
HRM4213Issues in Advanced HRM

Business Economics Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
BEC1101Micro Economics
BEC1202Macro Economics
BEC3203Business Economics
BEC4104International Environment of Business
BEC3105Labour Economics

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND IT

B.Sc. Management and Information Technology general degree program was introduced by the Faculty of Management and Commerce of the South Eastern University of Sri Lanka as a joint major featuring 65% of IT related subjects and 35% Management and other related subjects to serves the regional academic needs as well as country needs in the field of Management and Information Technology focusing the role of managers in a modern business has recently evolved in such a way that it demands a combination of management competence blended with capability to exploit the developments in the field of Information and Communication Technology as a powerful tool for achieving excellence in enterprises’ management. All the organizations in all sectors such as service, manufacturing and government need the people who are coupled or blended with the knowledge and skills in the field of management and information communication technology.

The purpose of this degree program is to provide excellent education in the field of Management and Information Technology in order to produce human resources with necessary knowledge and skills to successfully perform individual and organizational functions in an organization and with due concern to practical exposure to the relevant industry in the changing business environment.

Graduate profileSpecific traits
Academic and research excellenceMastery of knowledge and skills in chosen fields of Management andCommerce as well as Information Technology
Proficiency of professional practices and application of knowledge
Understanding and appreciation of current issues and debates in the major streams of Management, Commerce and Information Technology in local and global context
Ability to investigate problems and complications through factual evidences, logical reasoning and scientific approaches
Intellectual integrity, respect for truth and ethics of research and scholarly works
Understanding the emerging streams of knowledge coupled with a commitment to lifelong learning and research
A breadth of knowledge, skills and ability beyond their chosen discipline(s)
Entrepreneurial competenciesCapacity of critical, conceptual and reflective thinking
Intellectual openness and curiosity and capacity for creativity and innovation
Ability to make appropriate use of advanced information and communication technologies
Awareness of national and global dimensions of economic, political, technological and social development
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Ability to communicate effectively for different purposes and in different contexts
Diverse set of entrepreneurial skills
Personality traitsDemonstration of good communication, leadership, organizing and decision-making skills to achieve personal and group goals with limited resources
Ability to work in teams and group both as a leader and a member.
Being a self-motivated and self-disciplined individual to work independently
Being highly self-confident with an ability to take decisions in a dynamic environment
Ability to work in collaboration with superiors, colleagues and subordinates
and maintain interpersonal relationship with them
Ability to adapt to changes
Being enthusiastic and passionate in achieving individual, group and organizational goals
Active citizenshipBeing an ethical and respectful citizen
Understanding the social and civic responsibilities as well as the rights of individuals and groups
Awareness and appreciation of social and cultural diversity
Readiness for citizenship in an inclusive society
Being able to lead the community, and willing to engage in constructive public discussion
Demonstrating personal and professional integrity and the awareness of the requirements of ethical behavior
Being an active agent of good social change and governance

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Management Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
MGT1101Management and Entrepreneurial Skills
MGT1102Business Mathematics
MGT1203Business Statistics
MGT2104Introduction to Tourism
MGT3105Quantitative Techniques for Management
MGT2206Business Communications
MGT2207Commercial and Industrial Law
MGT3208Total Quality Management
MGT4109Organizational Change and Development
MGT3210Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
MGT2211Operations Management
MGT4112Strategic Management
MGT4113Project Management
MGT4214Contemporary Issues in Management

Marketing Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
MKM2201Marketing Management
MKM3202Consumer Behavior
MKM3103Marketing Environment
MKM3104Marketing Information System
MKM4105Marketing Communication Strategy
MKM3106Business To Business and Service Marketing
MKM3207Brand Management
MKM4108Marketing Research
MKM3209Sales Management
MKM4110International Marketing
MKM4211Strategic Marketing Management

Human Resource Management Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
HRM2101Organizational Behavior
HRM2202Human Resource Management
HRM3103Labour Law and Industrial Relations
HRM3104Human Resource Planning and Staffing
HRM3205Human Resource Development
HRM3206Performance Appraisal
HRM3207Management of Employee Health and Safety
HRM3208Compensation Management
HRM4109International Human Resource Management
HRM4110Work Psychology and Counseling
HRM4111Human Relations
HRM4112Total Quality and Human Resources
HRM4213Issues in Advanced HRM

Business Economics Unit offers the following subjects

CodeTtitle
BEC1101Micro Economics
BEC1202Macro Economics
BEC3203Business Economics
BEC4104International Environment of Business
BEC3105Labour Economics

POSTGRADUATE UNIT – FMC

South Eastern University MBA degree Programme commenced in 2010 and Our present MBA students are from diverse career paths. The program is structured to allow you to continue working in full-time employment while studying part-time, connecting your learning to current global, international and organizational issues. Ideally suited to you if you are unable to take significant time out of the workplace to study and it is very convenient and flexible. As the management is very keen on timely completion of program our postgraduates program have been very successful with three previous batches and reached to the end as scheduled and the program were run very smoothly free from any interruption.

ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT

The academic environment of the FAS consists of physical and human resources with several departments, laboratory facilities and other academic infrastructure. It has 5 departments:

Centres and Units

DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES


Islamic Thought & Civilization

Level 01

Semester I

ICM 11013 -Foundation of Islamic Culture and Civilization
ICM 21033 – Qura’nic Sciences

Level 02

Semester I

ICM 21043 – Reflections on Prophetic History
ICM 21053 – Islam and Women
ICM 21063 – Hadith Sciences

Semester II

ICM 22073 – Turning Points in Islamic History
ICM 22083 – Science and Technology in Islam

Level 03

Semester I

ICM 31103 – Muslim Minorities
ICM 31103 – Islam in South Asia
ICM 31113 – Islamic Political Thought

Semester II

ICM 32123 – Islam in Sri Lanka
ICM 32133 – Management and Leadership from Islamic Perspective
ICM 32143 – Comparative Study of Religions

Level 04

Semester I

ICM 41143 – Revival and Reform in Islam
ICM 41153 – Islamic Ethics and Social Institutions
ICM 41163 – Modern Muslim World
ICM 41173 – Middle East Conflict
ICM 41183 – Islam and Contemporary Issues
ICM 41193 – International Relations in Islam

Semester II

ICM 42203 – Islamization of Knowledge
ICM 42213 – Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam

Islamic Banking & Finance

Level 01

Semester I

IBM 11013 – Fundamentals of Islamic Economics

Semester II

IBM 12023- Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance

Level 02

Semester I

IBM 21033 – Qura’nic Sciences
IBM 21043 – Usul Al-Fiqh
IBM 21053 – Fundamentals of Financial Accounting

Semester II

IBM 22063- Hadith Sciences
IBM 22073 – FiqhulMuamalath – I
IBM 22083 – Bank Management
IBM 31103 – Islamic Modes of Finance
IBM 31113 – Financial Management

Semester II

IBM 32123 – Financial Institutions
IBM 32133 -Islamic Insurance (Takaful)
IBM 32143 – Customer Relationship Management

Level 04

Semester I

IBM 41153 – Islamic Capital Market & Wealth Management
IBM 41163- Credit& Risk Management
IBM 41173 – Ethics and Governance of Islamic Financial Institutions
IBM 41183 – International Trade
IBM 41203- Islamic Banking in the Modern World
IBM 41193 – Computer Application for Accounting

Semester II

IBM 42213 – Accounting for Islamic Financial Institutions
IBM 42223 – Financial Statement Analysis for Banks

Islamic Law and Legislation

Level 01

Semester I

ILM 11033 -Introduction to Islamic Shariah

Semester II

ILM 12023 – Islamic Jurisprudence

Level 02

Semester I

ILM 21033 – Judicial System in Islam
ILM 21043 – Source Of Islamic Law

Semester II

ILM 22053 – School of Islamic Jurisprudence
ILM 22063 – Muslim Family Law In Sri Lanka

Level 03

Semester I

ILM 31073 – Law of Property
ILM 31083 – Human Rights in Islam

Semester II

ILM 32093 – Orientalism and Islamic Law
ILM 32103 – Corporate Laws

Level 04

Semester I

ILM 41113 – Ijtihad in Islamic Law
ILM 41123 – Comparative Criminal Law
IL M 41133 – Law of Evidence
ILM 41143 – Legal maxims in Islamic Law
IL M 41153 – Contemporary Juristic Issues

Semester II

ILM 42143 – Islamic Counselling and Conflict Resolution
ILM 42153 – Islamic Law of Succession, Inheritance, and Waqf
ILM 42163 – Legal System of Sri Lanka

MINOR FIELD OF STUDY

Accountancy & Finance

AFM 11013 – Basic Accounting
AFM 12023 – Intermediate Accounting
AFM 21033 – Financial Management
AFM 22043 – Cost and Management Accounting
AFM 31053 – Public Accounting and Finance
AFM 32063 – Computer Application for Accounting

Economics

ECM 11013 – Principles of Micro Economics
ECM 12023 – Principles of Macro Economics
ECM 21033 – Intermediate Micro Economics
ECM 22043 – Intermediate Macro Economics
ECM 31053 – Applied Economics
ECM 32063 – Social Economic Development

Education

EDM 11013 – Basics of Education
EDM 12023 – Educational Psychology
EDM 21033 – Teaching and Learning Strategies
EDM 22043 – Educational Measurement and Evaluation
EDM 31053 – Educational Technology
EDM 32063 – Educational Management and Curriculum Development

English

ELM 11013 – Effective Oral Communication
ELM 12023 – Advanced Reading and writing
ELM 21033 – Language Structure and Applied Linguistics
ELM 22043 – Introduction to Literature
ELM 31053 – Poetry, Fiction and Drama
ELM 32063 – English Language Teaching Methodology

Political Science

PSM 11013 – Contemporary Political Issues
PSM 12023 – Introduction to International Relations
PSM 21033 – State and Transformation in the Middle East
PSM 22043 – Public Administration and Bureaucracy
PSM 31053 – Public Administration in Sri Lanka
PSM 32063 – Democracy and Human Rights

Sociology

SOM 11013 – Understanding of Society: Process & Structure
SOM 12023 – Education in Sociological Aspects
SOM 21033 – Environmental Studies
SOM 22043 – Globalization and Social Justice
SOM 31053 – Gender and Society
SOM 32063 – Development in Sociological perspective

Tamil

TLM 11013 – Tamil Language & Writing Skills
TLM 12023 – Study of Tamil Literature
TLM 21033 – Journalism
TLM 22043 – Sri Lankan Tamil Literature
TLM 31053 – Islamic Tamil Literature
TLM 32063 – Feminine Literature in Tamil

COMPULSORY MODULES

English

The English courses are offered by Department of English Language Teaching (DELT) under the purview of Faculty of Arts and Culture.

Information Technology

Level – 01

ITC 11012 – Introduction to Information Technology
ITC 12012 – Document Preparation System

Level – 02

ITC 21012 – Spreadsheet and Presentation
ITC 22012 – Communication and Web Development

Level – 03

ITC 31012 – Graphical Design Applications
ITC 32012 – Database Applications

ELECTIVE COURSES

Level – 01

PHE 11012 – Critical Thinking and Scientific Method
GSE 11012 – General Science
PME 12022 – Principles of Management
BME 12022 – Basic Mathematics

Level – 02

HRE 21032 – Human Resource Management
HIE 21032 – History of Modern Sri Lanka (From 1500 to 1948 AD)
THE 22042 – Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
BSE 22042 – Basic Sinhala

Level – 03

SOE 31052 – Social Problems and Society
EPE 31052 – Educational Psychology
RME 32062 – Research Methodology
CJE 32062 – Islamic Criminal Justice

AUXILIARY COURSES

Level – 01

SHA 11012 – Peace & Social Harmony
LPA 11010 – Basic Arabic (Elementary)
ARA 11010 – Basic Arabic
LPA 12020 – Introduction to Arabic Language & Literature (Pre-Intermediate)
ARA 12020 – Intermediate Arabic

Level – 02

SDA 21022 – Statistical Data Analysis for Research
LPA 21030 – Functional Grammar (Intermediate)
ARA 21032 – Arabic for Banking & Finance
EBA 22012 – Business Communication

Level – 03

CDA 31032 – Career Development

DEPARTMENT OF ARABIC LANGUAGE

Level 01

Semester I

LGM 11013 – Advanced Arabic Language
LLM 11023 – Arabic Morphology
LTM 11023 – Translation Studies

Semester II

LGM 12033 – Professional Arabic Language
LLM 12043 – Arabic Syntax
LTM 12043 – Introduction to Linguistics

Level 02

Semester I

LGM 21053 – LLM 21063, LTM 21073 – Arabic Literature in Pre-Islamic Period
LGM 21083 – LLM21093, LTM21103 – Phonetics
LLM 21113 – Quranic Sciences
LTM 21123 – Arabic Dialects

Semester II

LGM 22133 – LLM 22143, LTM 22153 – Arabic Literature of Early Islamic and Umayyad period
LGM 22163 – LLM 22173, LTM 22183 – Literary Translation of Holy Quran
LLM 22193 – Hadith Sciences
LTM 22203 – Brief History of Translation (Arabic, English and Tamil)

Level 03

Semester I

LGM 31213 – LLM 31223 – LTM 31233 – Arabic Literature of the Abbasid Era
LGM 31243 – LLM 31253 – LTM 31263 – Selected text in AlHadeeth
LLM 31273 – LTM 31283 – Counselling Skills in Islamic View

Semester II

LGM 32293 – LLM 32303 – LTM 32313 – Principles of Teaching Arabic as a Second Language
LGM 32323 – LLM 32333 – LTM 32343 – Comparative Literature
LLM 32353 – LTM 32363 – Studies of Comparative Religion

Language And Literature

Level 04

Semester I

LLM 41373 – Rhetorical Science
LLM 41393 – Arabic Literature in Modern Period
LLM 41403 – Arabic Literature in Andale’s, States and Kingdoms Period
LLM 41413 – Literary View of Islamic Philosophy

Semester II

LLM 42433 – Comparative Grammar
LLM 42443 – Language inimitability of the Quran
LLM 42453 – Arabic Literary Criticism

Linguistics and Translation Subjects

Level 04

Semester I

LTM 41483 – The Science of Connotation
LTM 41493 – Practical Translation in Islamic Finance
LTM 41503 – Journalism and Translation
LTM 41513 – State of Arabic Language in Sri Lanka

Semester II

LTM 42533 – Practical Translation in Islamic Political
LTM 42543 – Comparative Linguistics
LTM 42553 – Translation of Official, Administrative and Legal Documents

MINOR FIELD OF STUDY

Accountancy & Finance

AFM 11013 – Basic Accounting
AFM 12023 – Intermediate Accounting
AFM 21033 – Financial Management
AFM 22043 – Cost and Management Accounting
AFM 31053 – Public Accounting and Finance
AFM 32063 – Computer Application for Accounting

Economics

ECM 11013 – Principles of Micro Economics
ECM 12023 – Principles of Macro Economics
ECM 21033 – Intermediate Micro Economics
ECM 22043 – Intermediate Macro Economics
ECM 31053 – Applied Economics
ECM 32063 – Social Economic Development

Education

EDM 11013 – Basics of Education
EDM 12023 – Educational Psychology
EDM 21033 – Teaching and Learning Strategies
EDM 22043 – Educational Measurement and Evaluation
EDM 31053 – Educational Technology
EDM 32063 – Educational Management and Curriculum Development

English

ELM 11013 – Effective Oral Communication
ELM 12023 – Advanced Reading and writing
ELM 21033 – Language Structure and Applied Linguistics
ELM 22043 – Introduction to Literature
ELM 31053 – Poetry, Fiction and Drama
ELM 32063 – English Language Teaching Methodology

Political Science

PSM 11013 – Contemporary Political Issues
PSM 12023 – Introduction to International Relations
PSM 21033 – State and Transformation in the Middle East
PSM 22043 – Public Administration and Bureaucracy
PSM 31053 – Public Administration in Sri Lanka
PSM 32063 – Democracy and Human Rights

Sociology

SOM 11013 – Understanding of Society: Process & Structure
SOM 12023 – Education in Sociological Aspects
SOM 21033 – Environmental Studies
SOM 22043 – Globalization and Social Justice
SOM 31053 – Gender and Society
SOM 32063 – Development in Sociological perspective

Tamil

TLM 11013 – Tamil Language & Writing Skills
TLM 12023 – Study of Tamil Literature
TLM 21033 – Journalism
TLM 22043 – Sri Lankan Tamil Literature
TLM 31053 – Islamic Tamil Literature
TLM 32063 – Feminine Literature in Tamil

COMPULSORY MODULES

English

The English courses are offered by Department of English Language Teaching (DELT) under the purview of Faculty of Arts and Culture.

Information Technology

Level – 01

ITC 11012 – Introduction to Information Technology
ITC 12012 – Document Preparation System

Level – 02

ITC 21012 – Spreadsheet and Presentation
ITC 22012 – Communication and Web Development

Level – 03

ITC 31012 – Graphical Design Applications
ITC 32012 – Database Applications

ELECTIVE COURSES

Level – 01

PHE 11012 – Critical Thinking and Scientific Method
GSE 11012 – General Science
PME 12022 – Principles of Management
BME 12022 – Basic Mathematics

Level – 02

HRE 21032 – Human Resource Management
HIE 21032 – History of Modern Sri Lanka (From 1500 to 1948 AD)
THE 22042 – Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
BSE 22042 – Basic Sinhala

Level – 03

SOE 31052 – Social Problems and Society
EPE 31052 – Educational Psychology
RME 32062 – Research Methodology
CJE 32062 – Islamic Criminal Justice

AUXILIARY COURSES

Level – 01

SHA 11012 – Peace & Social Harmony
LPA 11010 – Basic Arabic (Elementary)
ARA 11010 – Basic Arabic
LPA 12020 – Introduction to Arabic Language & Literature (Pre-Intermediate)
ARA 12020 – Intermediate Arabic

Level – 02

SDA 21022 – Statistical Data Analysis for Research
LPA 21030 – Functional Grammar (Intermediate)
ARA 21032 – Arabic for Banking & Finance
EBA 22012 – Business Communication

Level – 03

CDA 31032 – Career Development

INTER DESCIPLINARY COURCE UNIT

MINOR FIELD OF STUDY

Accountancy & Finance

Level 1Semester IAFM 11013 – Basic Accounting
Semester IIAFM 12023 – Intermediate Accounting
Level 2Semester IAFM 21033 – Financial Management
Semester IIAFM 22043 – Cost and Management Accounting
Level 3Semester IAFM 31053 – Public Accounting and Finance
Semester IIAFM 32063 – Computer Application for Accounting

Economics

Level 1Semester IECM 11013 – Principles of Micro Economics
Semester IIECM 12023 – Principles of Macro Economics
Level 2Semester IECM 21033 – Intermediate Micro Economics
Semester IIECM 22043 – Intermediate Macro Economics
Level 3Semester IECM 31053 – Applied Economics
Semester IIECM 32063 – Social Economic Development

Education

Level 1Semester IEDM 11013 – Basics of Education
Semester IIEDM 12023 – Educational Psychology
Level 2Semester IEDM 21033 – Teaching and Learning Strategies
Semester IIEDM 22043 – Educational Measurement and Evaluation
Level 3Semester IEDM 31053 – Educational Technology
Semester IIEDM 32063 – Educational Management and Curriculum Development

English

Level 1Semester IELM 11013 – Effective Oral Communication
Semester IIELM 12023 – Advanced Reading and writing
Level 2Semester IELM 21033 – Language Structure and Applied Linguistics
Semester IIELM 22043 – Introduction to Literature
Level 3Semester IELM 31053 – Poetry, Fiction and Drama
Semester IIELM 32063 – English Language Teaching Methodology

Political Science

Level 1Semester IPSM 11013 – Contemporary Political Issues
Semester IIPSM 12023 – Introduction to International Relations
Level 2Semester IPSM 21033 – State and Transformation in the Middle East
Semester IIPSM 22043 – Public Administration and Bureaucracy
Level 3Semester IPSM 31053 – Public Administration in Sri Lanka
Semester IIPSM 32063 – Democracy and Human Rights

Sociology

Level 1Semester ISOM 11013 – Understanding of Society: Process & Structure
Semester IISOM 12023 – Education in Sociological Aspects
Level 2Semester ISOM 21033 – Environmental Studies
Semester IISOM 22043 – Globalization and Social Justice
Level 3Semester ISOM 31053 – Gender and Society
Semester IISOM 32063 – Development in Sociological perspective

Tamil

Level 1Semester ITLM 11013 – Tamil Language & Writing Skills
Semester IITLM 12023 – Study of Tamil Literature
Level 2Semester ITLM 21033 – Journalism
Semester IITLM 22043 – Sri Lankan Tamil Literature
Level 3Semester ITLM 31053 – Islamic Tamil Literature
Semester IITLM 32063 – Feminine Literature in Tamil

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COMPULSORY MODULES

English

The English courses are offered by Department of English Language Teaching (DELT) under the purview of Faculty of Arts and Culture.

Information Technology

Level 1Semester IITC 11012 – Introduction to Information Technology
Semester IIITC 12012 – Document Preparation System
Level 2Semester IITC 21012 – Spreadsheet and Presentation
Semester IIITC 22012 – Communication and Web Development
Level 3Semester IITC 31012 – Graphical Design Applications
Semester IIITC 32012 – Database Applications

Elective Courses

Level 1Semester IPHE 11012 – Critical Thinking and Scientific Method OR GSE 11012 – General Science
Semester IIPME 12022 – Principles of Management OR BME 12022 – Basic Mathematics
Level 2Semester IHRE 21032 – Human Resource Management OR HIE 21032 – History of Modern Sri Lanka (From 1500 to 1948 AD)
Semester IITHE 22042 – Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism OR BSE 22042 – Basic Sinhala
Level 3Semester ISOE 31052 – Social Problems and Society OR EPE 31052 – Educational Psychology
Semester IIRME 32062 – Research Methodology OR CJE 32062 – Islamic Criminal Justice

Auxiliary Courses

Level 1Semester ISHA 11012 – Peace & Social Harmony
Level 2Semester ISDA 21022 – Statistical Data Analysis for Research
Level 3Semester ICDA 31032 – Career Development

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

Biosystems make functional connections among technologies in agriculture, animal aquaculture, biotechnology, food science, agri-engineering, economic and entrepreneurship, environment conservation, plant sciences, and products and processes. Bachelor of Biosystems Technology (BBST) graduate will be academically excellent scholars with technologically sound, with innovative quality and leadership skills for Sri Lanka and global demand. The degree programme is planned to integrate both theoretical and practical knowledge in collaboration with industry partners by providing two industrial training programmes to gain real-world working experiences before graduation. Moreover, the graduates are exposed to research activities to make them absorb more knowledge on technological implementations as well as to improve their problem solving and decision-making skills. Biosystems Technology will have a greater competing potential in the employment market as entrepreneurs, managerial and technical level workers in both production and service sectors. The biosystems technology graduates of SEUSL are capable enough to contribute to the knowledge-based economy. To make our goals materialized, the department is having highly qualified academics, well-equipped laboratory facilities and other with ultramodern gadgets infrastructure facilities. The department possesses AgroTech Park to train our undergraduates on research, field operations and entrepreneurship..

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

The Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology degree is initiated at the Faculty of Technology realizing the importance of the degree program. The curriculum of the degree program has been developed in line with the UGC instruction. UGC has mentioned Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL) as the ICT Degree Program Accreditation body. This degree program is designed based on the “Degree Specialization and Course Module” Guidelines of CSSL with the vision of fulfilling the gap between the industrial requirements and the competencies of graduates with more focus on applications of modern technologies in Information and Communication Technology.

The department strives to produce well-rounded graduates with a greater competing potential in the IT industry as engineers, managers, administrators, entrepreneurs and technical level workers. The prospective graduates could cope with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) that rely on smart technology. The department possess highly qualified academics in conjunction with well-equipped laboratory facilities to cater the undergraduates with the theoretical as well as practical knowledge of the emerging sophisticated technologies.

Specialization (In place of Subjects)

Students may specialize in a field with strong commitment to a particular division of study in ICT from third year onwards and it allows a student to pursue an in-depth study.The Department of ICT offers the following two fields of specialization currently.

Network and Security Technology (NST)

This program aim to:

  1.  Produce high quality computer networking and information security specialists, with the appropriate academic knowledge and complementary professional and personal skills for a successful career in research and development (R&D), industry, or other commercial enterprises;
  2.  Develop a fundamental knowledge of networking and information security principles with the computing skills and the ability to apply this knowledge in the solution of realistic problems;
  3.  Develop a strong grasp of theory, practice and application in computer networks, security and related technologies;
  4.  Develop the ability of students to exercising original thought and judgment;
  5.  Develop competence in experimental, analytical, and computer-based modeling techniques in relation to network or security analysis, design, and problem solving;
  6.  Develop knowledge of current issues presently involved in effectively performing duties as a Networking professional in an ethical and professional manner, with special consideration of social, environmental, economic, and commercial aspects;

Software Technologies (SWT)

This program aim to:

  1.  Produce high quality application developers, with the specialist academic knowledge and complementary professional with personal skills for a successful career in research and development, industry, or other commercial application development related enterprises;
  2.  Develop knowledge in application development principles with the underpinning ICT principles and the ability to apply this knowledge in the development of realistic software systems in at least one application domain;
  3.  Develop innovative and creative applications (including analysis, design, construction, maintenance, quality assurance, and project management) using the appropriate theory, principles, tools and processes;
  4.  Develop the ability of students to exercising original thought and judgment;
  5.  Provide the opportunity to embrace lifelong learning and exhibit the knowledge, skills, and attitude for adapting to new environments and technologies;

The department aims to start the following specialization in the upcoming years.

  1. Multimedia and Gaming Technologies
  2. Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Technologies

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