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BSc. Honours Degree in Computing & Information Systems

BSc. Honours Degree in Computing & Information Systems

The Computing & Information Systems Degree Programme caters to the objective of producing information systems (IS) graduates  who possess a thorough knowledge of basic principles of computing and  information systems, with special  attention devoted to large and critical systems as to meet the demand of government and  non-government institutes and industries. The Degree Programme addresses both analytical  and practical skills essential to develop computerized systems locally as well as  internationally.  

The curriculum of this Programme aims to prepare students for careers in information systems. The curriculum is well aligned with present and future IT requirements in the industry such as software engineering, object-oriented approach, networking, and mobile technologies. The students are given continuous professional exposure throughout their academic tenure in the form of module assignments, practical training, and a final year thesis. The students learn how to apply the principles of information system concepts to the design, creation, testing, and evaluation of software systems. 

The Degree Programme also aims to develop students with leadership skills, managerial skills,  and communication skills. The students are also put into practice to work under minimum supervision through group and individual projects. 

Beyond the technical competency of students, the Degree Programme also aims to build students with civil responsibility and ethical behavior which should be a compulsory part of the industrial training of an information systems (IS) career professional. It also aims to develop social cooperation to promote culture, peace, and equal rights regardless of gender, race, and specific personal circumstances of all members of the university community.