BTEC Diploma in Information Technology


Computer and IT

1 year(s)06 month(s)


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BTEC Diploma in Information Technology course is designed to provide the underpinning knowledge and skills for IT Practitioners who are employed or wish to be employed in a variety of types of IT-based and technical work in Software Development. 

If you’re a creative thinker and enjoy problem solving then this cutting edge BTEC Diploma in Information Technology is for you, and will place you on the fast track to the mind-blowing world of Information Technology. Modules which include programming, web development, systems analysis and database design will ensure that you are equipped with versatile skills and knowledge to take your steps into an environment of programme and solution development, thereby creating a wealth of opportunities for yourself.


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Salient features

Students will receive the Diploma in Information Technology in Software Development conferred by The Independent Institute of Education Management after graduation.


Eligibility

The Diploma in Information Technology in Software Development is run over 18 months and consists of 18 modules and includes Work Integrated Learning and the Work Readiness Programme. In addition to attending lectures you will be expected to spend time conducting your own research and working on assignments.


Curricular structure

UNIT NAME

ASSIGNMENTS

Computer Systems

3

Information Systems

3

Communication & Employability Skills for IT

3

Database Design

4

Computer Networks

3

Managing Networks

4

Network Security

4

Object Oriented Programming

1

Digital Graphics

3

Advanced Spreadsheet Skills

3

Website Production and Management

3

Client Side Customization of Web Pages

4

Data Analysis and Design

3

Procedural Programming

3

Organisational Systems Security

4

Web Server Scripting

3

Software Design and Development

3

E-Commerce

3

The Diploma in Information Technology in Software Development is run over 18 months and consists of 18 modules and includes Work Integrated Learning and the Work Readiness Programme. In addition to attending lectures you will be expected to spend time conducting your own research and working on assignments.