The honours degree programme consists of two study blocks of 15 weeks each. The second block will include four days workplacement each week (a study period abroad may be taken in lieu of the work placement).
The course builds on the knowledge obtained at Ordinary Bachelor Degree Level. The course content reflects the range and level of knowledge and skills required for full professional career development in computing with special focus on software development, networks, distributed systems. The course structure and delivery is modular.
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Graduates may start their careers as software developers/programmers, systems designers, user interface designers, database managers.
The course provides graduates with an appropriate balance between in-depth knowledge of fundamental concepts and their practical application that will allow for full professional career development in Computing.
When I started my Computing course in 2014, I had no idea how I would cope with the amount of college work to be done, not to mind the work placement and assignments, but once I started, everything fell into place. The ITT has such a friendly and comfortable environment that I felt myself becoming more confident as a person over the years. I love the fact that the classes are small and all the lecturers are very friendly and that they know everybody by name...”Read More
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