Overview - Computer Science & Information Security

Students are given a strong foundation in Computer Science and problem solving techniques with this program.

  • Highly qualified and dedicated faculty
  • Well-equipped laboratories meeting the requirements of undergraduate courses in Computer Engineering, Research and Consultancy.
  • Seminar presentation
  • Industrial Training
  • Guest lectures by experts
  • Various co-curricular activities such as paper and poster presentations



AIM1: Successfully implement information security projects to solve real-life problems thereby demonstrating design, analysis, programming, and implementation capabilities.

AIM2: Engage in lifelong learning, innovate and conduct multidisciplinary research in the field of computer science and information security.

AIM3: Evolve as globally competent information security professionals with high ethical values and societal concern.

AIM4:  Demonstrate professionalism, team spirit and remain continuously employable.



LO1:  Graduates will possess knowledge of mathematics, as well as computer science & information security fundamentals.

LO2:  Graduates will be able to recognize and resolve security threats and attacks in the field of Computer Science & information security.

LO3:  Graduates will exhibit the skills required to solve complex engineering problems, conduct experiments, assess, test and interpret the results.

LO4:   Graduates will demonstrate an ability to carry out multidisciplinary research under realistic constraints.

LO5:  Graduates will excel in the use of the latest information security tools, software and equipment to analyze and solve problems.

LO6: Graduates will work upon novel problems through investigative studies, and research and contribute to the development of technical knowledge through publications.

LO7:   Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of professional, ethical, and security issues and responsibilities.

LO8:   Graduates will demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written communication.

LO9:   Graduates will exhibit the understanding of the impact of information security solutions in a global scenario and will also be aware of contemporary issues.

LO10:   Graduates will develop the ability to work and learn independently life-long, to remain successfully employed.


The career opportunities for Computer Science and Engineering graduates can be classified into the following categories:

  • Programming and software development
  • Information systems operation and management
  • Telecommunications and networking
  • Computer science research
  • Web and internet
  • Image processing, graphics and multimedia
  • Training and support
  • Data mining specialists
  • Computer industry specialists

Outline and Syllabus- MTech Computer Science & Information Security

MTech Computer Science & Information Security course outline and Syllabus


Key Dates & Deadlines


Fri Jun 18 2021

Jun ' 21

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


2 years (4 semesters)


BE / BTech in Computer Science / Electronics and Communication / Information Technology / Information Science and Engineering.




World-class laboratories give learning a practical dimension

Innovation Centre

Innovation Centre

State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research



Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study



Paper tree - A green initiative by MIT students of MUTBI

Computing Facility

Computing Facility

Wi-Fi campus with modern computing and digital Facilities