Lincoln University College
Computer and IT
This course aims to provide the fundamentals information technology, methodological and implementation issues of IT-related subjects. This course is both highly technical and people orientated. The course focuses on scientific and technical areas related to software, network, web, database and internet services, along with areas such as management, communications and human behavior. The student through this course will gain in-depth knowledge and be prepared for jobs in the information technology profession. In addition, graduates will display effective communication skills, independence and creativity, critical judgment and ethical and social understanding.
The program aims to give knowledge with depth and accuracy of the impact of information technology within an organization, with society at large, and a detailed appreciation of the impact of information technology on the global scale. The students are taught to achieve their academic goals by engaging in scholarly activities related to economic development of the region through partnerships with industry, inventors, and entrepreneurs. The objective is to apply the knowledge to help the society to develop in a positive way.
3 Years, 6 Semester, 127 Credit Hours
1.Passed equivalent 10+2 examination with minimum 45% in any discipline. or,
2.Pass in A-Level with at least a credit in 2 subjects including Mathematics at SPM level or equivalent; or,
3.Pass the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with at least a grade B in 5 subjects including Mathematics and English; or,
4. Graduate Diploma in Computing or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.5; or,
5. Graduate Diploma other than Computing with CGPA minimum 2.5 AND credit in Mathematics ;
The course will help the students to become part of a growing employment sector in the IT industry. Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Job Types includes: