This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for a successful career in the rapidly evolving information and communications technology industry.
In your first year, you will develop your programming skills and study the fundamental theoretical knowledge of computing. Topics include C++, Java, Linux and object-oriented programming.
From your second year, you will specialise in the Information Technology stream.
In this stream, you will learn the technological and applied aspects of computing, with less emphasis on theory. You will study system programming, software design and engineering, networking (including the internet and the web), artificial intelligence for decision support and graphics.
– Fundamental Concepts of Data Security
– Fundamentals of Programming
– Integrating Indigenous Science and STEM
– Introduction to Software Engineering
– Computer Systems
– Data Structures and Algorithms
– Linear Algebra 1
– Unix and C Programming
– Computer Systems
– Mobile Cloud Computing
– Operating Systems
– Unix Systems Programming
– Computing Topics
– Database Systems
– Distributed Networks
– Human Computer Interface
– Capstone Computing Project 1
– Advanced Computer Communications
– Engineering Management
– Capstone Computing Project 2
Credit for recognised learning is considered on an individual basis
Total tuition fees for Bachelor of Information Technology:
AED 170,100 or USD46,603
(Inclusive of VAT)
The Bachelor of Science – Information Technology is a 3 year program when taken in a standard semester model as a full time student and 6 years when taken part-time on the semester model.
Below are some career options after studying this course:
Information Technology Administrator
Analyst (Information Technology)
Programmer (Information Technology)
Information Technology Support Technician
Web applications developer
|Location||Curtin Dubai campus|
|Intake||January | September|
|Duration||3 years full-time|
Curtin Dubai Open Days are for potential students interested in studying undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Students get to explore our campus and amenities while learning more about the programs they are interested in.
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