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Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons)

JPT/BPP(R/481/6/0479)11/19


Introduction 

This programme provides students with fundamental knowledge and practical skills of computer technologies especially in programming, data science, network and software engineering with opportunities of taking Field Electives in Data Analytics, Cyber Security, Enterprise Systems and Software Quality. Throughout the programme there is also emphasis on how students could blend their technical expertise with management know-how to support business decision-making as well as to communicate effectively in commercial and business environment.

 

In later years of study, students will have the opportunity to take field elective in one of following selected areas:

  • Data Analytics
  • Cyber Security
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Software Quality

 

Programme Educational Objective

  • Information Technology professionals who apply knowledge, understanding and technical skills of Information Technology in providing solutions and services to the industries.
  • IT professionals who integrate values, attitudes, professionalism and social responsibilities in industry practices.
  • IT professionals who alternately adopt the role as leaders and team members and effectively communicate issues and scientific solutions in solving complex IT problems.
  • IT professionals who are job creators rather than job seekers that practice continual career development through lifelong learning and effectively plan, implement, configure and maintain computing infrastructure and resources.

 

Programme Outcomes

  • To produce well-rounded graduates with the following outcomes:
  • Apply the fundamental knowledge of information technology encompassing numeracy, computing, and management science to solve issues in the industries and society.
  • Implement innovative and practical computing solutions using IT tools and techniques.
  • Demonstrate social skills and responsibility for the well-being of society.

  • Balance and uphold positive values, ethics and accountability in societal and professional engagement.
  • Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Build and innovate effective solutions to IT issues and problems utilizing practical computing approaches.
  • Demonstrate lifelong learning and information management skills.
  • Demonstrate business acumen and technopreneurship.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate with the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours), students are required to obtain a minimum of 123 credit hours and a minimum CGPA of 2.00/4.00.

 

​Summary of ​​Courses Re​quired for Graduation
Course Group (G) Number of Credit Hours
NR    -   National Requirement 10
UR    -   University Requirement 14
CT     -   Core  Technology 20
CD     -   Core Discipline 35
CI      -   Core Industrial Internship 14
P       -   Project 6
CSp   -  Core Specialisation 9
EM    – Minor Electives 15
TOTAL 123

   

Programme Curriculum Structure: Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)


Semester 1   Semester 2
 Semester 3
Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G
MPU3122 TITAS (Local)            2 NR MPU3112 Hubungan Etnik (Local)            2 NR MPU 2 One (1) MPU2 Course 2 NR
MPU3142 BM Komunikasi 2 (International) MPU3172 Malaysian Studies 3 (International) LEB1042 Academic Writing 2 UR
PEB1012 Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development 2 UR CEB1032 Health, Safety and Environment 2 CT KXXxxx1 Co- Curriculum I 1 UR
TEB1013 Structured Programming 3 CD TEB1163 Web Application and Integrative Programming 3 CD TEB1093 Statistics and Empirical Method 3 CD
TEB1024 Computer Systems 4 CD TEB1053 Discrete Mathematics 3 CD TEB1193 System Architecture 3 CD
TEB1143 Database Systems 3 CD TEB1173 Computer Networking 3 CD TEB1203 Network Design and Architecture 3 CT
Credit Hour: 14Credit Hour: 13Credit Hour: 14

 

Semester 4   Semester 5   Student Industrial Internship Program
Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G
MPU 3 One (1) MPU3 Course 2 NR MPU 4/ HEB1012 Community Engagement Project 2 NR IEB3037 Student Industrial Training (SIT) 7 CI
HEB1023 Scientific Inquiry 3 UR HDB2033 Professional Communication Skills 3 UR        
KXXxxx1 Co- Curriculum II 1 UR TEB2164 Introduction to Data Science 4 CT        
TEB2143 Human and Computer Interaction 3 CD TEB2173 IT Professional and Ethics 3 CD        
TEB2063 Wireless Technology 3 CT XXXxxx3 Minor Elective I 3 EM        
Credit Hour: 12Credit Hour: 15Credit Hour: 7


Student Industrial Internship Program   Semester 6   Semester 7
Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G Code Courses Cr G
IEB3047 Student Industrial Project (SIP) 7 CI GEB2102 Entrepreneur-ship 2 UR TEB3012 Final Year Project I 2 P
        TEB2083 Technopreneur-ship Team Project 3 CT XXXxxx3 Minor Elective III 3  EM
        TEB2193 Information Assurance and Security 3 CD TEB3053 IT project management 3 CT
        TEB2203 Internet of Things (IoT) 3 CT TEB3xx3 Field Elective I 3 FE
        XXXxxx3 Minor Elective II 3 EM TEB3xx3 Field Elective II 3 FE
Credit Hour: 7 Credit Hour: 14 Credit Hour: 14


Semester 8
Code Courses Cr G
TEB3024 Final Year Project II 4 P
TEB3xx3 Field Elective III 3 FE
XXXxxx3 Minor Elective IV 3 EM
XXXxxx3 Minor Elective V 3 EM
Credit Hour: 13

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​​​​​​​​​​​Total Credit Ho​urs : 123 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

  

Field Elective (FE) Courses

Choose any of the following sets of Field Elective’s areas (set A, B, C or D) for Core Specialisation I, II and III.

 

​​​A. Data Analy​tics ​ ​ ​ ​
No​ Code Course Name Cr G
1 TEB3113 Big Data Analytics 3
FE
2 TEB3123 Machine Learning 3 FE
3 TEB3133 Data Visualization 3 FE

 

​​​B. Cyber Security ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G
1 TEB3213 Computer Forensic 3
FE
2 TEB3233 Computer Ethics and Cyber Law 3
FE
3 TEB3243 Information Security Management
3 FE

 

​​​C. Enterprise Systems ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G
1 TEB3323 Enterprise System Development
3
FE
2 TEB3333
IT Audit & Risk Management
3 FE
3 TEB3343
Enterprise Data Management and Analysis
3 FE

 

​​​​D. Software Quality ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G
1 TEB3413 Software Requirement Engineering 3 FE
2 TEB3423 Software Design and Architecture 3
FE
3 TEB3433 Software Testing & Quality Assurance 3 FE  


 

Minor Electives (EM) Courses


Choose any of the following sets of Minor Elective's areas (set A, B or C) for Minor Elective I, II, III, IV and V.

 

​​​A.     ​ Corporate Management ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G
1 GEB1033 Management & Organizational Behaviour 3 EM
2 GEB2043 Principles of Marketing 3 EM
3 GEB3113 Corporate Communication 3 EM
4 GEB3093 Strategic Management 3 EM
5 GEB3073 Human Resource Management (Final Year Only) 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15  

 

​​​B.       Financial Management ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G
1 GEB2053 Principle of Finance 3 EM
2 GEB2013 Business Accounting 3 EM
3 GEB2113 Fundamental of Investment 3 EM
4 GEB3033 Corporate Finance 3 EM
5 GEB3043 International Financial Management 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15

 

​​​C.       International Relations ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G
1 GEB1043 Cross-Cultural Management 3 EM
2 GEB2063 Business Communication 3 EM
3 HEB2163 Global Citizen 3 EM
4 GEB3143 Law and International Business 3 EM
5 GEB1023 Economics 3 EM
​​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15  

  

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