BSc (Hons) in Information Technology – Software Engineering


Software Engineering                                                         apply_now_com

The degree program specializing in Software Engineering prepares for a professional career by providing the necessary skills needed to develop large scale software systems. It combines a solid foundation in requirements engineering, human computer interaction, software analysis and design, programming, software quality assurance, communication skills and an understanding of the social effects of IT. Graduates following this programme find positions as: software engineers, solution engineers, mobile application developers, Ul engineers, software architects, games developers and software quality assurance engineers.


SLIIT - BSc (Hons) in Information Technology – Software Engineering

BSc (Hons) in Information Technology – Software Engineering 2


Same as the requirement for specialization in Information Technology, along with passes for all modules up to the 2nd year and a GPA of over 2.7 are eligible to join this specialization


The fee is presently Rs. 135,000 ( + Taxes ) per semester for the first two years and Rs. 150,000 ( + Taxes ) per semester for the final two years. Fees for any subsequent semester should be paid prior to the commencement of each semester. This all inclusive fee is charged to cover lectures, tutorials and examinations and access to computer laboratory facilities and library.

The fees should be credited to, Account No 1630552 of the Bank of Ceylon in favour of Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, at the Bank of Ceylon Kollupitiya Branch located at the first floor of the BoC Merchant Tower Building or at any branch of the Bank of Ceylon; or to Account No 00 399 0000033 of the Sampath Bank at any branch of Sampath Bank. Normally, fees paid will not be refunded. However, requests for refund of fees may be considered if made before expiry of one week from the date of commencement of lectures for each semester. The date of commencement of lectures for the new applicants will be the date of commencement of lectures of the Orientation Programme. The refund, if made will be subject to a deduction of ten percent of the fee paid.