Overview of Diploma in Information System ( Business Computing) in Imperium International College Malaysia
About the Programme
This programme aims to equip students with industry relevant skills in business information systems that are essential for entering the workforce as competent professionals and thus be more competitive in the global employment market. The focus is on performing business analysis, and to run and design business software.
A three-month practical training/Internship is built into the programme. The areas covered include Computer Science subjects such as computer languages, multimedia and website programming, and business courses such as marketing, management, and accounting.
The Diploma in Business Information systems programme is designed to develop students’ skills in computer science that are essential for entering the workforce as competent IT professionals.
Why Diploma in Computer Science @ Imperium International College?
Unique Global Exposure
Industry Relevant - Our learner-centered curriculum design focuses on a 90% coursework syllabus
Professional Development Programmes - Specialised curated workshops by industry professionals to provide students with a better in-depth knowledge in their field of study
High Employability Rate - Our ARU graduates are highly sought after as they have managed to secure a full-time position within 3 months after their graduation
Introduction to Information Systems
Introduction to Problem Solving & Programming
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Bahaviour
Introduction to Business
Introduction to Accounting
Business Information Systems
Business Programming with Java 1
Human Computer Interaction
Pengajian Malaysia or Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2
Business Systems Analysis & Design
Advanced Web Development
Accounting, Decisions and Accountabilities
Internship Industrial Training (3 Months)
Passed SPM / UEC / O-Levels with a minimum of 3 credits or their equivalent with a pass in English, BM and History, and a credit in Mathematics
ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION
The major objective of the assessment and examination procedures is to improve student learning and measure their comprehension
Final grades reflect:
- 90% Coursework
- 10% Final Examination