The Information Technology programme in the broadest sense refers to a curriculum that covers all aspects of computing. The programme is designed to meet the technological needs of organisations through the selection, creation, application, integration and administration of computing technologies. Graduates are expected to support the development of Information Technology solutions and servitization for industrie.
The programme should prepare graduates who
1. Possess fundamental knowledge, principles and skills relating to Information Technology
2. Have strong analytical and critical thinking skills to solve problems by applying knowledge, principles and skills relating to Information Technology for lifelong learning
3. Possess the ability to design, implement and manage Information Technology solutions and resources, and recognise the impact of technology on individuals, organisations and society.
4. Understand the interplay between theory and practice of Information Technology and the essential links between them
5. Have communication, teamwork, leadership, interpersonal and entrepreneurial skills, and aware of the social, ethical and legal responsibilities.
At the end of this program, the graduates of the Bachelor Information Technology are able to:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of essential facts, concepts, principles, and theories relating to Information Technology.
2. Design, implement and manage Information Technology solutions and resources, and recognise the impact of technology on individuals, organisation and society
3. Inculcate skills and social responsibility in developing computing products relating to Information Technology.
4. Demonstrate professionalism and social and ethical consideration in accordance with ethical and legal principles relating to Information Technology.
5. Demonstrate communication, teamwork, leadership, and interpersonal skills.
6. Utilise relevant techniques and demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in problem solving relating to Information Technology.
7. Apply skills and principles of lifelong learning and information management in academic and career development relating to Information Technology.
8. Apply entrepreneurial and management skills in a broad perspective relating to Information Technology