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Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Information Systems)

KP/JPS(N/481/6/0590)11/19

AWARD TITLE Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Information Systems)
DURATION OF STUDY 3.5 years / 9 semesters
MODE OF STUDY Full time
CREDIT HOURS 120

STPM

Pass STPM with a minimum C (CGPA 2.0) in two (2) subjects and pass SPM OR equivalent with at least credit in Mathematics; OR

MATRICULATION OR FOUNDATION

Pass accredited Matriculation/ Foundation programme with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and credit in Mathematics at the SPM; OR

DIPLOMA/EQUIVALENT

Pass Diploma in Science Computer, Information System, Information Technology, Software Engineering or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.5. Candidates with CGPA below than 2.5 but above 2.0 can be accepted, with strict internal evaluation process; OR
A related diploma with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 and credit in Mathematics; OR

UNIFIED EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE (UEC)

Possess 5Bs including Mathematics subject; OR

Pass Australian Matriculation Programme (AUSMAT)/ South Australian Matriculation (SAM) with minimum average of 55% in five (5) subjects and credit in Mathematics at the SPM or equivalent; OR Pass Canadian Pre-University (CPU) with minimum average of 55% in six (6) subjects and credit in Mathematics at the SPM or equivalent; OR Pass International Baccalaureate (IB) with minimum of 26 points in six (6)  subjects and credit in Mathematics at the SPM or equivalent; OR Any other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government

Year 1
Students will be exposed to introductory and fundamental subjects common to the domain of Information Technology. These subjects include discrete mathematics, computer systems, programming fundamentals, introduction to security, as well as professional ethics and conducts. Compulsory university subjects will be undertaken during the first 3 semesters, with one elective in the second semester. In the second semester, students will get a taste of the specialisation courses by covering requirements engineering and database systems, together with the fundamental, operating system principles. Two other common courses will be covered in the short third semester, namely introduction to information systems and computer networks.

Year 2
The first semester of year two will begin with a mix of common (web design & data structure and algorithms) and specialisation courses (information resource and organisation & human computer interaction), with a compulsory course. Semester two will start with another compulsory module and an elective, followed by three consecutive specialisation courses: knowledge management, human information behaviour, and management information systems. The final third semester will touch on information law and policy, and an elective course.

Year 3
The third year aims to complete the specialisation to information system by focusing on remaining five important areas: digital information technologies and architecture, information assurance, information retrieval, data visualisation, and intellectual property. This is further strengthened by two hands-on specialisation project courses, and to wrap-up the whole programme, the last semester is dedicated to a professional placement internship.