BCA second semester syllabus TU.
This semester will build on the foundation you established in the first semester and provide you with a deeper understanding of key concepts and skills needed to excel in computer science and business communication.
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In the course “C Programming” you will learn the basics of the C programming language, which is widely used in the development of operating systems, embedded systems, and other applications that require low-level access to a computer’s hardware. You will learn about data types, control structures, functions, and pointers and develop the skills to write and debug programs using various tools and techniques.
In “Financial Accounting” you will learn about the principles and practices of financial accounting, including the recording and reporting of financial transactions, the preparation of financial statements, and the analysis and interpretation of financial information.
In “Mathematics II” you will build on the mathematical concepts covered in the first semester and cover topics such as Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. This course aims to provide you with a strong foundation in mathematical concepts and techniques that are essential for computer science and related fields.
In “English II” you will learn about business communication and effective communication strategies for different audiences and situations. You will also learn about meetings, including different types of meetings, planning and preparation, conducting the meeting effectively, managing discussions and disagreements, making decisions, and following up on action items and decisions made during the meeting. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively in professional settings.
Finally, in “Microprocessor and Computer Architecture” you will learn about the architecture and organization of computer systems, including microprocessors, memory, and input/output devices. You will learn about the hardware components of a computer, how they work together, and how they are controlled by software. The course also covers the basics of assembly language programming and the use of assembly language to access the microprocessor’s internal registers.
Overall, this semester will provide you with a solid foundation in both theoretical and practical aspects of computer science and related fields, and will help prepare you for the challenges of your future career. Good luck with your studies!