College of Information Technology - Degree programs
The vision of the college is to foster women's excellence and to attract them to technology related fields, by offering programs of international standards at a women's only educational institution.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology:
The Information Technology programme allows the students to explore information technology from the “application of technology” perspective. The programme consists of four years of study. The first year provides the students with fundamental concepts of mathematics and computing. The second year focuses on modeling, designing and implementing computer based systems using effective methods and tools. The third and fourth years cover cutting edge information and computing technologies, and professional IT considerations associated with IT.
The final year project is a very significant component, practical and problem solving project. The final year project allow students to demonstrate their IT related cognate, practical and transferable skills to a specific problem.
Through classroom-based lectures, lab tutorials, group and individual projects, students will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills necessary to deal with future developments in this challenging discipline. Graduates can either pursue various careers which may include becoming system analyst, business analyst, or even progress to postgraduate studies in Information Technology and related areas.
Graduation Requirements: 132 credits
University Requirements (Liberal Art courses): 21 credits
College Requirements: 78 credits
Major Requirements: 24 credits
Major Electives: 9 credits