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BACHELOR OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

All aspects of the programme have extensive practical elements with emphasis on group and individual work and the associated business, communication and presentation skills. In addition, the learner is assured of being exposed to the latest, update, cutting edge IT technologies and strategies. The programme also includes IT governance and management and research components thereby preparing graduates for further study and laying the foundation for rapid Advancement in the corporate world. Critical thinking and analytical skills form the core component in each module.

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER ONE

 

Business Communication/Communication Skills

 

Computer Hardware

 

Higher Mathematics 1

 

Advanced Chemistry

 

Advanced Physics

 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER TWO

 

Electricity and Magnetism

 

Electronics for computing 1

 

Higher Mathematics 2

 

Interactive Web Development

 

Operating Systems

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER ONE

 

Database Management System

 

Electronics for computing 2

 

Internetworking Design and LAN/MAN Administration 1

 

Java Programming

 

Solid State Chemistry

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER TWO

 

Electronics for computing 3

 

Fibre Optic Technology

 

Fundamentals of Information Security

 

Internetworking Design and LAN/MAN Administration 2

 

Introduction to Computer Systems

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER ONE

 

E-Governance and Digital Culture

 

Information Systems Audit

 

Information Systems Security

 

Mobile Programming

 

Software Engineering 1

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTERTWO

 

Management Information Systems

 

Network Security Administration 1

 

Geographical Information Systems

 

Artificial Intelligence

 

Digital Communications I

 

FOURTH YEAR SEMESTER ONE

 

Cyber Law

 

Final Year Project

 

Mobile Computing 1

 

Technology Transfer and Management

 

Research Methodology

 

FOURTH YEAR SEMESTER TWO

 

Entrepreneurship

 

ICT project Management

 

Business Management

 

Organizational Behavior