The Faculty of Information Technology is committed to provide a quality education in both theoretical and applied Information Technology and train students to practice the knowledge and skills to solve emerging technological problems of the 21st century. The faculty conducts degree programs for both undergraduate and postgraduate students either by course-work or research.

At the undergraduate level, the Faculty of Information Technology offers two degree programmes:

The Faculty also conducts a Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) external degree programme through the Open and Distance Learning Mode.

The postgraduate degrees offered by the Faculty include two Master of Science degree programmes:

Further the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Research Degree Programmes are carried out as full-time or part-time under a variety of Computing and Information Technology aspects in a disciplinary and an interdisciplinary approach.