Code: CSE-400

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: One of the most crucial topics in computer science that must be taken seriously is projects. When working on a project, students get the skills necessary to overcome challenges more skillfully. They frequently learn from failure and make improvements until they are happy with their work. A student will benefit from greater involvement and engagement with the course material, encouragement of higher order thinking and problem-solving abilities, growth of peer and professional networks, and interaction with future employers and career mentors.

Code: CSE-405

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: The goal of the course is to introduce the fundamental ideas behind computer graphics. It gives the essential theoretical basis and illustrates how computer science can be used to create images. Through programming tasks, the course will assist the students in refining their computer graphics programming skills.

Code: CSE-406

Credits: 1.50

Course Description: The course offers hands-on labs for basic computer graphics concepts such representations and transformations of visuals, the viewing pipeline, visibility, lighting.

Code: CSE-4**

Credits: 3.00


Code: CSE-425

Credits: 2.00

Course Description: Maintaining an edge over the competition is one of the aims of software engineers. The correct software engineer goals help those who set them stay ahead of the rapidly advancing state of technology. The goal of this course is to assist the students in creating software development methodologies and processes that can scale up for large systems and be applied consistently to produce high-quality software at a reasonable cost and short cycle time.

Code: CSE-421

Credits: 2.00

Course Description: Planning the effective and economical use of a company's resources including personnel, materials, equipment, time, capital, energy, and information falls within the purview of Industrial Welfare. The primary goals of Industrial Welfare are to produce maximum results with the minimum resources as well as maximizing worker prosperity and factor of production efficiency growth. The course's objective is to provide students with theoretical understanding and useful tools related to management and organizational structure of industrial enterprises.


Code: CSE-413

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: When it comes to Internet connectivity, fiber optic cables outperform copper cables by a wide margin. Fiber optics is required for effective data transfer and smooth Internet connections since they can transmit a far greater volume of data at faster speeds. The course imparts fundamental understanding of optical fiber waveguide, the fundamentals of an optical fiber communication system, and a comprehension of numerous optical fiber telecommunication system components.

Code: CSE-419

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: With the use of machine learning (ML), which is a form of artificial intelligence (AI), software programs can predict outcomes more accurately without having to be explicitly instructed to do so. In order to forecast new output values, machine learning algorithms use historical data as input. It is radically altering research, teaching, and learning in education. The goal of this course is to familiarize students with the fundamental ideas and methods of machine learning while also fostering their ability to use current machine learning tools to solve real-world challenges.