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Bachelor of Science Honor’s in IT degree

Digitalization is the passion of the modern world. Information Technology (IT) is the driving force behind the transformation of how we live and work in our modern digital age. It encompasses a fascinating array of technologies, from computer hardware and software to intricate networks and powerful databases. In this fast-paced and ever-evolving field, innovation is the heartbeat of progress. IT professionals lead the charge in developing and implementing solutions that boost efficiency, revolutionize communication, and propel industries forward. Their expertise spans a vast spectrum, whether they’re crafting cutting-edge software applications, fortifying networks with robust security measures, extracting valuable insights from data analytics, or seamlessly managing complex IT infrastructures.

Join us as we explore the limitless potential of Information Technology. Together, we’ll uncover the latest trends, delve into transformative ideas, and unlock a world of endless possibilities. Let us guide you on this exciting journey where technology meets imagination and sparks the revolution of the digital era by offering Bachelor of Science honor’s in IT degree programme.

Upon successful completion of Level 3 and Level 4 of the BSc in Information Technology, students become eligible for selection to an Honors degree program in IT at the end of the second year (Level 4). Our Bachelor of Science (Hon’s) in IT offers a comprehensive range of courses that cater to both higher studies and industry demands within the discipline.

The initial two years of your degree will focus on acquiring fundamental knowledge and essential skills in Information Technology. These serve as the building blocks for Level 5 and 6, where you will explore applied aspects of the field and gain in-depth knowledge across various specialized areas within Information Technology.

As an Honors degree student, you will have the opportunity to delve into booming areas of ITthat align with the demands of the modern world. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to deeply explore the cutting-edge trends and critical issues within the vast domain of Information Technology. This exploration will be facilitated through your active involvement in a research project, which serves as a vital and integral component of the Honors degree program. Embarking on this research endeavor will open doors to the practical application of the scientific method, immersing you in a transformative experience within the realm of research. Through this invaluable opportunity, you will gain hands-on experience and cultivate essential skills that will propel your journey in the field of research.

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Programme Code :
Programme Category : Bachelors of Science (Hons) in Information Technology
Conducted by : Department of Computer Science , Faculty of Natural Sciences
Programme duration : 4 years
Discipline(s) / Course(s) : Advanced Database Management Systems, Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms, Distributed Systems, IT Risk Management, Machine Learning, Information Security, Data Mining, Digital Forensics, Social Media & Global Computing, IT Project Management

Admission Criteria for BSc (Hons) in Information Technology

Please note that BSc (Hons) degree programme is 2 + 2 programme, which indicate that the students will admit to the level 5 of the Hons degree programme in Information Technology after successful completion of Level 3 and 4 of the BSc (IT) degree programme within three (03) consecutive academic years from his/her initial registration for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with the following minimum requirements are fulfilled.

  • A minimum of C grades for twenty-four (24) course credits of regular courses at Level 3, AND,,
  • A minimum of C grades for twenty- four (24) course credits at Level 4, AND
  • A minimum GPA of 3.00 in course credits adding up to forty-eight (48) course credits of Levels 3 and 4, and at least eligibility for sitting final examination for the remaining twelve (12) course credits of Levels 3 and 4, AND,
  • At least a Pass grade or Exemption for each of the Continuing Education Courses in level 3 specified in the Schedule 1.

The University may select candidates for admission to the Programme of Study from among those deemed to be eligible for admission under above requirements based on their GPA and/or an interview conducted for the purpose of admission.

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