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PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (HONS)

JPT/BPP(MQA/FA4978)03/20

The Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) programme aims to teach graduates about the design, development and application of information and communication technologies used to help organisations thrive in a challenging business climate.

The programme places an emphasis on acquiring the specialised skills needed for successful and long-term careers in the IT industry. Students will learn how to integrate advanced computing theories with extended core competencies on project management, cyberpreneurship and business intelligence, in shaping industry-ready graduates for the ever demanding IT environment.

Blended with an innovative curriculum, this programme balances theory and practical applications in a broad range of Internet technologies. Students will go through extensive laboratory practice with four months of intensive industrial training designed to provide substantial exposure in the real world. Through this programme, they will develop strong analytical skills and apply critical thinking abilities to solve complex business problems with IT knowledge, principles and practical industry applications.

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1

Possess fundamental knowledge, principles and skills in Information Technology for lifelong learning, research and career development

PEO2

Have communication, team, leadership and interpersonal skills, and aware of the social, ethical and legal responsibilities

PEO3

Have entrepreneurial skill and a broad business and real world perspective

PEO4

Have strong analytical and critical thinking skills to solve problems by applying knowledge, principles and skills in Information Technology

PEO5

Possess the ability to design, implement and manage Information Technology solutions and resources, and recognise the impact of technology on individuals, organisations and society

PEO6

Possess skills to integrate various technology solutions

 

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs)

PLO1

Apply and demonstrate knowledge of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to Information Technology skills.

PLO2

Design, implement and manage Information Technology solutions and resources, and recognise the impact of technology on individuals, organisation and society

PLO3

Demonstrate social skills and responsibility in completing task assigned

PLO4

Demonstrate professionalism, social and ethical considerations in accordance with ethical and legal principles

PLO5

Communicate effectively with peers, clients, superiors and society at large

PLO6

Demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in problem solving.

PLO7

Apply and utilize theoretical principles and relevant techniques of Information Technology in relevant areas as well as applying skills and principles of lifelong learning in academic and career development

PLO8

Apply broad business and real world perspectives daily and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills

 

MQA Courses
  • Tamadun Islam Dan Tamadun Asia
  • Community Skills / Bahasa Kebangsaan A
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Community Service
University Courses
  • English I
  • English II
  • Study of Society
  • Understanding Human Behaviour
  • Co-Curricular Activities
Compulsory Courses
  • Introduction To C Programming
  • Computer Organization
  • Mathematics for Information Technology
  • Introduction to Database
  • Multimedia Technology and Development
  • Web Application
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • Internet Computing
  • System Analysis and Design
  • Computer Networks
  • Object Oriented Design
  • Computer Programming
  • Visual Programming
  • Operating Systems
  • Fundamental of Software Development
  • E-Commerce
  • Data Structure and Algorithm
  • Mobile Computing
  • Knowledge Management
  • Enterprise Applications
  • Software Project Management
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Management Information System
  • Business Intelligence
  • Cyberpreneurship
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • Information Assurance and Security
  • Industrial Training
ExaminationsRequirements
Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM)Pass Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) with two full passes in 2 subjects and with a credit in Mathematics at the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) level.
General Certificate of Education
Advanced (“A”) levels
Pass A-Level / New South Wales Higher School Certificate (NSW HSC) with passes in 2 subjects
QIU Foundation in Business / SciencePass QIU’s Foundation in Business / Science Programmes with CGPA ≥ 2.0
SAM / AUSMAT / UNSW Foundation / NSW HSC /
SIT Foundation / MUFY / CIMP / CPU
Pass with a minimum CGPA of 2.0
Government MatriculationPass with CGPA of 2.0
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)A minimum of Grade B in five (5) subjects
Indian Higher School Certificate (HSC) / Secondary
School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)
Grade C+ in any three subjects
(A: 75-100; B+: 66-74; B: 57-65; C+: 50-56; C: 45-49)
Diploma in IT / Computer Science / any other fieldsPass Diploma in Computer Science, Information System, Information Technology, Software Engineering or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.5. Candidates with CGPA below 2.5 but above 2.0 may be admitted subject to rigorous internal assessment process
International Baccalaureate (IB)Pass with 24 points
Bangladesh Higher School Certificate (HSC)Grade C+ in any three subjects, including English
(A: 75-100; B+: 66-74; B: 57-65; C+: 50-56; C: 45-49)
Other QualificationsOther qualifications will be assessed based on the Senate’s recommendation and referred to MQA for approval on a case by case basis

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Intakes

April, March and Oct/Nov

Mode of Delivery

Lectures, Tutorials, Practicals, Seminars, Case-studies, Problem-based Learning Sessions, Research Project, Industrial Training

Duration

3 years (9 semesters)

Assessment

Students’ abilities are gauged both through continuous assessments and a final exam at the end of each semester. The continuous assessment component comprises tests/quizzes, mid-term examinations and projects/assignments which accounts for an allocation of about 40-50 marks depending on the course. The balance of the marks are allocated for the final examination.

Intakes

The bi-semester programme is taught over a period of three years.

Mode of Delivery

Lectures, Tutorials, Practicals, Seminars, Case-studies, Problem-based Learning Sessions, Research Project, Industrial Training

Duration

Full-time: 3 years.

Part-time: 5 years.

Assessment

Students’ ability is gauged both through continuous assessments and a final exam at the end of each semester. The continuous assessment component comprises tests/quizzes, mid-term examination and projects/assignments which accounts for an allocation of about 40-50 marks depending on the course. The balance of the marks is allocated for the final examination.

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