First Year

In the first year, students can choose subjects from the following subjects. This will help students to gain an in-depth knowledge of sciences and humanities and they will be able to relate sciences and humanities with engineering and technology as part of NUTECH Learning Communities Program (NLCP).


  • Physics I
  • Physics II
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Language and Communication Skills
  • Islamic Studies


  • Industrial Learning Experience 1
  • Industrial Learning Experience 2
  • Creative Learning Experience I


Students can choose from one of these communities:

  • Becoming Human
  • Computational Media Design
  • Modern Conception of Freedom

Second Year

During the second year, students will complete the subjects remaning in University requirements and begin to take subjects listed in Departmental Major Requirements. In addition, the students will focus on development of professional, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills. They will gain a strong understanding of how the knowledge, interests, motivations and personal experiences give an immediate advantage when it comes to launching your career as part of NUTECH Career Accelerator Program (NCAP).


  • Computer Programming
  • Discrete Structures
  • Linear Algebra and ODEs 
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Electric Circuit Analysis
  • Computer Applications in Engineering Design
  • Computation Structures
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Introduction to Data mining
  • Signal and System
  • Introduction to Electronics, Signals and Measurements 
  • Ethics for Engineers.


  • Industrial Learning Experience 3
  • Industrial Learning Experience 4
  • Creative Learning Experience II

Third Year

In third year, students will have the opportunity to participate in NUTECH Engineering Leadership Program (NTLP). The program aims to develop next-generation technical leaders with the values, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and address technology problems. Technology Leadership will supplement NUTECH’s technical education with the leadership skills that prepare young engineers for effective careers in engineering. The undergraduates would develop Technology leadership skills through innovative experiential and theoretical coursework, and practice and reflection exercises.  During third and fourth year, undergraduate students will also have the opportunity to join faculty and graduate students in research projects through Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP).


  • Digital Systems Laboratory
  • Communication Systems Engineering
  • Data Structures and Algorithm
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Data Communication and Networks
  • Microcomputer Project Laboratory
  • System and controls.
  • One Restricted Engineering Elective Subject


  • Industrial Learning Experience 5
  • Industrial Learning Experience 6
  • Creative Learning Experience III
  • Internship
  • Undergraduate Research Experience I (optional)

Fourth Year

During the fourth year, students will take subjects from the chosen concentration streams. Students have to complete Capstone Project.


  • Discrete Time Signal Processing,
  • Technical Communication for Engineers,
  • Operating System
  • Three Concentration Stream subjects
  • Two Restricted Engineering Elective Subjects


  • Undergraduate Research Experience II (optional)
  • Two Capstone Projects