List of BCA Subjects in BCA course|BCA Syllabus

Today we are with our latest article List of BCA Subjects in BCA course. So we are going to talk about BCA subjects in the Bachelor of Computer Application course. BCA is a 3 year degree course related to computer science. There are many subjects in the BCA course. We are listing semester wise subjects in the BCA course. Some universities may have different subjects but almost these are the subjects which you are going to study in the 3 year BCA course.

Semester – I
Basic Business Communication
Principles of Management
Programming Principles and Algorithms
Computer Fundamental and Office Automation
Basic Business Accounting
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (OA+PPA)

Semester – II
Organizational Behavior
Elements of Statistics
‘C’ Programming
File Structure and Database Concepts
Cost Accounting
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (C.P +DBMS)

Semester – III
Numerical Methods
Data Structure using C
Software Engineering
Management Accounting
RDBMS
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (D.S +RDBMS)

Semester – IV
Basic Networking
Visual Basics
Inventory Management (SAD)
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work ( VB + C++ )
HR Management
Object Oriented Programming using C++

Semester – V
.NET Frameworks
Internet Programming and Cyber Law
Principals of Marketing
Core Java
Project work ( VB )
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (.NET + CoreJava )

Semester – VI
E-Commerce
Multimedia Systems
Introduction to SysPro And Operating Systems
Advanced Java
Project Work ( You will choose your project based on your 3 year study)

So these are the BCA subjects which you are going to study in your BCA course. BCA is a 3 year full time degree course totally related to Computers and Computer Programming languages. Anybody who have done 12th class in any of the field may go for the BCA 3 year degree course.  And one need to study above listed subjects in the 3 year BCA degree course. There may be chances of you need to study 1 or 2 more additional subjects according to universities standards. So you may need to confirm with this your college or university in which you are taking admission.

  1. Anonymous Reply

    In BCA we hav to study M1 M2 M3 ?

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