Information Systems Engineering


BSc (Hons) in Information Technology Specialising in Information Systems Engineering

Information systems engineering speciality programme is the key to develop and manage complex systems that solve real-world problems. The students get to enhance their knowledge on areas namely, Project management, Business analytics requirements engineering, Software quality assurance, Data management so on so forth.

Career Opportunities

  • Business Analyst
  • Systems Analysts
  • Information Manager
  • Information Manager
  • Business Consultant
  • IS Auditor
  • Project Manager
  • IT Consultant
  • IT Technical Support Officer
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • IT Manger
  • Database Administrator
  • System Developer
  • Application Analyst
  • Application Developer

Entry Requirements

Minimum 3 “S” passes in G.C.E A/L (Sri Lanka) or Minimum 3 ”D” passes in G.C.E A/L Cambridge or Edexcel (in any subject stream) in a single sitting and Pass the Aptitude Test conducted by NORTHERN UNI.

Why Information Systems Engineering?

  • Unleash the potential for developing and managing complex systems that drive innovation and efficiency across industries.
  • Dive into specialised areas such as project management, software quality assurance, and data management, gaining the expertise needed to build robust and scalable information systems.
  • Combine technical prowess with strategic thinking to design and implement solutions that streamline processes, enhance productivity, and empower organisations to thrive in the digital age.

Programme Outcomes

  • Acquire a comprehensive understanding of information systems engineering principles, methodologies, and best practises.
  • Develop strong project management skills, ensuring successful planning, execution, and delivery of information system projects.
  • Master the art of software quality assurance, implementing robust testing strategies, and ensuring the reliability and performance of information systems.
  • Gain expertise in data management by exploring techniques for efficient storage, retrieval, and analysis of structured and unstructured data.
Code Module Credit
Semester 1
IT 1010 Introduction to Programming 04
IT 1020 Introduction to Computer Systems 04
IT 1030 Mathematics for Computing 04
IT 1040 Communication Skills 03
Semester 2
IT 1050 Object Oriented Concepts 02
IT 1060 Software Process Modeling 03
IT 1080 English for Academic Purposes 03
IT 1090 Information Systems and Data Modeling 04
IT 1100 Internet and Web Technologies 04
Code Module Credit
Semester 1
IT 2040 DataBase Management Systems 04
IE 2021 Object Oriented Programming 04
IE 2031 Structured Analysis and Design 04
IE 2041 Information Systems Analysis 04
IE 2071 Design and Management of Computing Infrastructure 04
Semester 2
IT 2090 Professional Skills 02
IE 2051 Information Systems Project 04
IE 2061 Operating Systems and Systems Administration 04
IE 2081l Object Oriented Analysis and Design 04
IT 2100 Employability Skills Development –Seminar (Non GPA) 01
IT 2110 Probability and Statistics 03
Code Module Credit
IE 3011 IS Project Management 03
IE 3021 Organizational Business Functions 1 03
IE 3031 Management Information Systems 03
IE 3041 Data Management and Business Intelligence 04
IE 3051 E Business Strategy & Architecture and Design 04
IE 3061 Information Security Management 04
IE 3071 Organizational Business Functions II 03
IE 3081 Enterprise Resource Planning 04
IE 3091 Information Systems Strategic Management 03
IT 3110 Industry Placement (Non-GPA) 08
Code Module Credit
IT 4010 Research Project 16
IT 4070 Preparation for the Professional World (Non GPA) 02
IE 4011 Business Process Management 04
Two Elective Modules of the Following
IE 4040 Information Assurance and Auditing 04
IE 4151 Human Resource Information Systems 04
IT 4100 Software Quality Assurance 04
IT 4120 Knowledge Management 04
IE 4131 Human Computer Interaction 04
IT 4050 Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship 04

Course Fee

Tuition fees for the BSc (Hons) in Information Technology programme are currently set at LKR 215,000 per semester. It is important to note that fees for subsequent semesters must be paid prior to the commencement of each semester. This comprehensive fee covers various aspects, including lectures, tutorials, examinations, access to computer laboratory facilities, and library resources.

To make the payment, please credit the fees to Account No. 1630552 at the Bank of Ceylon, in favour of the Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology. payments can be made at the Bank of Ceylon Kollupitiya Branch, located on the first floor of the BoC Merchant Tower Building, or at any branch of the Bank of Ceylon. Alternatively, you can also credit the fees to Account No. 00 399 0000033 at any branch of Sampath Bank.

Please note that fees are generally non-refundable. However, if you have a valid reason for requesting a refund, such as unforeseen circumstances, you may submit a refund request within one week from the date of commencement of lectures for each semester. It’s important to remember that a ten percent deduction will be applied to the refunded amount.

We encourage you to adhere to the fee payment deadlines and make the necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth academic journey. If you have any further questions regarding fees or payment options, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our dedicated admissions tea