Computer Services Management

The Bachelor of Science Honours in Computer Service Management is a 4th Year add-on. It builds on the technical knowledge obtained at ordinary degree level to equip graduates with the skills and knowledge required to take on a management role in IT infrastructure planning and provision.

The technical knowledge gained at Ordinary Bachelor Degree level is extended through computer management related subjects, including Data Communications, IT Service Management, Information Technology Law and Project.

Modules cover aspects of IT Service management, planning and provision and equip the graduate with a critical awareness of the frameworks, standards and policies employed for efficient and effective IT Service provision. 

Modules such as Project, Data Communications, Security and Cryptography provide the student with an awareness of current issues relating to emerging technologies and their impact and potential for IT infrastructure provision and management.

Graduates of this course have a strong foundation in widely sought-after technologies such as Cloud, Security and Data Communications and are also equipped with the interpersonal skills to thrive in the area of computer services design, provision, management and support.

  • State-of-the art computing facilities
  • Extensive links with the software industry

Graduates of this course have gained employment in the planning, provision and management of ICT services in the financial, education, food, agriculture and engineering sectors and enjoy rewarding careers in the ICT sector.

The ICT sectors and roles in which graduates of the course find employment include Analyst, Engineer, IT Systems Administrator, Network Support Engineer, Network Systems Administrator, Web Development, Web Administration, ICT Security Analyst, Cloud Support, IT Manager, IT Site Reliability Technician, DevOps Engineer, Service Delivery Manager, ICT Infrastructure Support.

This course also provides the academic platform required for graduates to pursue Masters or PhD research.

 

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