Presidential Business School

MScIT Philosophy

MScIT is a demanding and valuable IT Business Development and professional qualification course globally. The graduates are proficient problem solvers who are trained to offer inputs to unravel the complexities in the IT domains. Eventually, the program produces executive team leaders capable of working effectively in the constantly changing IT world.

MScIT at Presidential

The MScIT at PBS is a two year, 60 credit program designed to address the need of IT professionals in various service sectors. The program provides comprehensive knowledge and theoretical understanding of the Information Technology industry and involves the integration of technology, people and strategic business development. It prepares graduates to create Information Technology related computing solutions to complex business problems and apply them to different areas of IT that they come across in their professional capacities. Eventually, they contribute to the accomplishment of organizational goals.

MScIT–Concentration in Network Architecture

Network Architecture is a design system architecture of communication network. It is a kind of framework for communication standard that employs equipment and protocol and their function of high level operation and procedure (hardware and software).


The main aim of this course is to provide enough architectural concepts and practice based on design framework in this specialization area. That way, students can gain enough of Hardware and Software knowledge which they can use in any organization network environment.


Course Outline


MScIT—Core Courses (45 credit hours)

CodeCourse TitleCredits
MSIT 601Principle of Data Management3 credit hours
MSIT 608Information Technology Management3 credit hours
MSIT 634Advanced Java Programming3 credit hours
MSIT 639Software Engineering3 credit hours
MSIT 602Modern Operating System3 credit hours
MSIT 607Advanced Database Design & Management3 credit hours
MSIT 605System Analysis and Design3 credit hours
MSIT 636Research Methodology3 credit hours
MSIT 646Internet of Things (IoT)3 credit hours
MSIT 603Computer Systems Architecture3 credit hours
MSIT 624Telecommunication and Networking3 credit hours
MSIT 606Management Information Security3 credit hours
MSIT 648Advanced Web Programming3 credit hours
MSIT 611Wireless & Mobile Systems3 credit hours
MSIT 693Applied Information Technology Capstone Project3 credit hours


MScIT—Concentration in Network Architecture (15 credit hours)

CodeCourse TitleCredits
Introduction to Network Architecture3 credit hours
Algorithms and Optimization3 credit hours
Network protocol and components3 credit hours
Network Scheduler and performance evaluation3 credit hours
Network Service, Security and communication3 credit hours

MScIT Program Outcomes

The Master of Science in Information Technology offered by PBS in affiliation with Westcliff University encourages students to achieve the following educational outcomes:

  • Create strategic plans that implement information technology requirements and specifications of complex technology systems.
  • Evaluate computer systems and improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness by incorporating value computing methodologies.
  • Analyze, design, develop, and maintain information technology infrastructure to allow for implementation of strategic initiatives that incorporate emerging technologies.
  • Analyze and construct database management systems to meet the needs of business and technology decision makers.
  • Compare and contrast various methodologies of computer systems design for the purpose of creating efficacy in computer-related business functions.
  • Create and develop the ability to conduct in-depth research, independently or within the enterprise in a broad range of information technology.
  • Create, innovate, design, and improve technology aspects of data collection and analysis to sustain competitive advantage.


Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related discipline from recognized university of Nepal or from universities around the globe with a minimum CGPA of 2.0, or 45% or an equivalent grade scale in undergraduate level.


2 Years

Graduation Requirements

Student must complete sixty (60) prescribed credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, including 48 credits MBA core course and 12 credits concentration course.