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DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Information Technology is a rapidly growing field, with computers and digital services becoming more and more integrated into everyday life. With technology constantly changing, the biggest challenge faced by many companies is trying to adapt and evolve. A large majority of companies need different levels of IT knowledge and expertise to operate effectively. Therefore, Information Technology degree holders are often in high demand around the world, with many opportunities available in wide variety of industries.

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into Information Technology, this is the best degree for you.

Undergraduate academic degree that requires about four years of “full-time” study to complete. The students study aspects like Software Engineering, Computer (Hardware and Software) Design, Mathematics, Information Systems and more. The fundamentals of a Bachelor of Information Technology generally include Computer Hardware, Programming, Networking, and Computer Software among others.

A. Specialisation: COMPUTING

B. Specialisation: COMPUTING with BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

C. Specialisation: COMPUTING with CYBER SECURITY

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