Information technology (IT) is a training program for engineers and bachelors who will develop and maintain information technology systems for organizations, businesses, government agencies, etc.
IT bachelors can design, deploy, and maintain information technology infrastructure for organizations or businesses. The important tasks involve installing computer networks and ensuring their safety and stable operation. They should also be capable of selecting and implementing system solutions, including programming, purchasing, and integration of system components.
After graduating in Computer Science, students will achieve the following:
- Broad and updated knowledge in IT, including hardware, software, and IT project management. Ability to solve problems and choose technological solutions.
- Ability to work with different subjects in the organization, and communication and persuasion skills to successfully implement projects
- Solid grasp of several programming languages and software development skills to serve specific job requirements.
Arithmetic and Algebraic Structures
Data Structures and Algorithms
Operating System Principles
Information Theory and Encoding
Database Management System
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
Information System Project Management
Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Technology
Mobile Application Programming
Internet of Things
Information Technology Project
Software Testing and Quality Assurance
POST-GRADUATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES
An IT bachelor can perform the following jobs:
- Analyze, design, and install information technology systems (computer networks, hardware, software, and services) for an organization.
- Manage information systems. Maintain the safe and efficient operation of the systems. Perform the role of Senior IT Specialist or Chief Technology Officer.
- Perform tasks related to programming, ensuring cybersecurity, and managing information technology projects.