Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering


Program Description

The Bachelor of Software Engineering (S Eng) has been designed to prepare students for a successful career in the software industry and the information technology sector by teaching them a breadth and depth of knowledge of software engineering that combines theory and practice of Computer Science and Engineering. Students will also acquire communication skills and become proficient in engineering design, particularly as it applies to software development and software systems.

Target Skills:

  • Ability to understand all aspects of software development process from the early design stages to long-term software maintenance and evolution;
  • the ability to construct and evaluate software in the context of physical systems and real-world applications;
  • the ability to apply engineering design principles to software development including trade-off analyses;
  • the ability to understand criteria of software quality and assurance;
  • the ability to plan and manage large software projects;
  • the ability to work independently and in the team;
  • the ability to understand engineering economics and entrepreneurship in software practice;
  • the ability to understand the underlying principles on which physical systems and real-world applications are built on;
  • the ability to integrate and participate in the design process of these systems and applications;
  • the capability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; and a breadth of knowledge and skills in software engineering, as well as related areas of engineering, computer science, mathematics and complementary studies.

Some of the typical Career Opportunities:

  • Design enterprise information systems
  • Business Analyst
  • Software Architect
  • Software Tester
  • Software Project Manager
  • Information Specialist
  • Systems Administrator
  • Website Manager
  • E-commerce Developer
  • Decision Support Systems Developer
  • Database Designer and Manager
  • Software Developer



  • Introduction to Economics
  • Academic Reading & Writing I
  • Calculus I
  • Computer Applications


  • Introduction to Psychology
  • History of Economics
  • Research Methods


  • Academic Reading & Writing II
  • Linear Algebra
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Computer Communications & Networks
  • Computer Science Fundamentals



  • Fundamentals of Programming I
  • Fundamentals of Physics
  • Engineering Fundamentals
  • Calculus II
  • Ethics


  • Fundamentals of Programming II
  • Calculus III
  • Introduction to Software Engineering
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Security Engineering



  • Database Systems
  • Introduction to Operating Systems
  • Computer Architecture and Assembly
    Language/ Microprocessor Systems
  • Software Architecture and Systems
  • Software Project Management


  • Introduction to Web Design
  • Systems Dynamics

Electives, one of:

  • Applied Logic for Computer Science
  • Software Evolution
  • Computer Communications & Networks II

Electives, one of:

  • Embedded Systems
  • Software Quality Engineering
  • Globalization and Technological Development

Internship: 3 Credit
Thesis : 3 Credits

*Each course is 3 Credits (6 ECTS)

Last updated Feb 2018

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About the School

Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT) also known as “Instituti Kanadez i Teknologjisë” (SHLUP “IKT”), is owned by the company C.I.T. – Albania, which has an Education as its primary activity in Alban ... Read More

Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT) also known as “Instituti Kanadez i Teknologjisë” (SHLUP “IKT”), is owned by the company C.I.T. – Albania, which has an Education as its primary activity in Albania. The start-up of this business in Albania originates from a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the company and the Edu Nova Consortium, an experienced Canadian Consortium of Colleges providing education at secondary and University level. Read less