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Undergraduate Focus: Getting ahead in technology, computers

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INFORMATION and Communications Technology (ICT) has become an integral part of life in this century and the development of information technology has an impact on the basic concept of literacy and the teaching and learning on campus.

 

University College Shahputra (UCSA) is currently conducting various technology and computer skills programmes to enhance the level of ICT knowledge and skills among students.

Among the programmes on offer are Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering), Diploma in Information Technology, Diploma in Interactive Multimedia and Diploma in Software Development.

UCSA also offers two degree programmes in technology and computers — Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering) with Honours.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Information Technology can go on to work as IT project managers, systems administrators, officers with the government, network administrators, systems analysts, programmers, web administrators,  database administrators or educators.

Graduates of Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering), on the other hand, can apply for jobs such as software engineers (application/systems), systems analysts, project managers, lecturers, web designers, programmers, computer games software developers or computer network officers.

 

For more information www.universitycollegeshahputra.edu.my


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