Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Infrastructure)

 

Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Infrastructure)

The structure of the degree enables a learner to undertake study in a specialised area, or major.
Students can select a specific major endorsement for their study or may choose to study the unendorsed Bachelor of Information Technology, which has no specified major.
To complete the Bachelor of Information Technology degree, students must pass courses worth 360 credits, with a minimum of 90 credits at level 7 and a maximum of 135 credits at level 5. 

The schedule of courses and credit requirements to complete the Bachelor of Information Technology with the "Networking and Infrastructure" major is provided in the table below :

Compulsory Courses

Credits

IT5501

Mathematics for IT

15

IT5502

Communications for IT

15

IT5506

Introduction to Networking

15

IT6501

Systems Analysis and Design

15

IT6502

Project Management

15

NI6501

Networking II – LAN

15

NI6502

Networking III – Campus

15

NI6503

Network Infrastructure Support

15

NI6504

Cloud Computing

15

IT7502

Digital Ethics

15

IT7501

Capstone Project

45

NI7501

Current topic in Networking and Infrastructure

15

NI7502

Emerging topic in Networking and Infrastructure

15

 

Total Compulsory Credit

225

Elective Courses

 

 

Elective courses at Level 5 - (6 courses, 15 credits each)

90

 

Elective courses at Level 6 - (3 courses, 15 credits each)

45

 

Total Elective Credit

135

 

Total Credit

360

For more details of courses offered in the Bachelor of Information Technology visit the link below:

Schedule of Courses

 

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