FIBS Academic courses

Academic courses

FIBS E-Learning academic courses focus on essential concepts of academic disciple and related concepts.  The courses designed to develop the student knowledge and skill by emphasizing theoretical and abstract applications of essential concepts of the subject and incorporate practical applications as appropriate.

There are presented according to subject and not specifically in line with any particular curriculum and thus not graded into classes but by skill levels. So they can be used by primary school scholars, secondary and higher education students. They can be used to bridge the gap between different phases of academic study. There are available in a variety of subjects like English, Mathematics, Computer Science, Sciences, Social Sciences, and so on.


This course is an undergraduate Computer Science course that will teaches introduction to compiler construction. Computers are designed to executes programs in machine languages. A compiler translates a program written in a high-level programming language into the low-level machine language.

This is an undergraduate Computer Science course that teaches the concepts operating system, its designs and implementation techniques. It explains the major components of an operating system, and covers the concepts of process, threads and processor management