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Department of IT
 
PgD in IT leading to MSc in IT
Professional Graduate Diploma in IT
Diploma in Information Technology
BSC /ND Computing
PgD in IT leading to MSc in IT

Course Summary
The Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology has been designed for students wishing to gain expert knowledge in the subject.
The course covers a wide range of IT subjects, which can be viewed the unit descriptions below.

Awarding Body
NCFE

Qualification level
Level 7

Duration
1 Year

Entry Requirements
A 3 year batchelors degree or 3 year diploma is the entry requirement for this course, however ATHE will consider students that are over the age of 24 and have at least four years relevant IT experience. Students must also have a reasonable level of IT academic knowedge.

English level of at least IELTS 5.5

The admission office assesses candidates’ suitability for this course of study based on the documents submitted by applicants with application form, English Language Assessment and Intention to Study check.

Unit Titles:
Four mandatory units:
Unit 1 – Operating Systems.
Unit 2 – Software Engineering.
Unit 3 - Database Management System.
Unit 4 - Programming and Data Structure.

Plus any 2 optional units below:
Unit 5 – Algorithm Analysis and Design.
Unit 6 - Data Communication and Networking.
Unit 7 - Software Project Management.
Unit 8 - Internet Programming.

Progression
Progression routes to an Msc in Information Technology at various Universities are currently being arranged.

Potential Jobs
Students who complete the Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology should expect
to take a role of a senior IT manager

For further details please visit http://www.atheuk.com/home/17-postgraduate-diploma-in-information-technology-l7

 
THE BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY (BCS)

Course Description:
The objectives of this course are to expose the students to both conceptual and theoretical knowledge and practical experiences on Information Technologies. Introduction to IT hardware and software including computers, storage devices, telecommunications equipment, and system software are different areas the course will look into.

Course Objectives:
The course is designed to expose students to the concepts of information technology and system software. Illustrations of these concepts will be made to specific technologies and software. After the completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. Identify the general components of a computer.
2. Explain how the general components of a computer system function.
3. Understand the trends in information technology innovations.
4. Identify the general components of an operating system.
5. Explain how the general components of an operating system function.
6. Understand the trends in operating systems.

Entry Requirement:There are no formal academic entry requirements. However, the admission office assesses candidates’ suitability for this course of study based on the academic and/or professional qualification(s) submitted by applicants with application form, English Language Assessment and Intention to Study check.

Programme Structure: There are three levels of examination- Certificate, Diploma, and Professional Graduate Diploma. Successful completion of one level leads to another level.

BCS LEVEL 4   CERTIFICATE IN IT

Introduction:
This level is the academic equivalent to Year 1 of a UK university honours degree and is recognised by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) as Level 4. It consists of a two-hour written paper on each of the following three compulsory modules. BCS recommends a minimum of 200 hours study per module.
Certificate-1: Information Systems
Certificate-2: Software Development
Certificate-3: Computer & Network Technology

SUMMARY SYLLABUS

CERTIFICATE-1: INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Topics to Cover
1a) Data Management:
1b) Systems Analysis and Design:
1c) Organisations:
CERTIFICATE-2: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Topics to Cover:
2a) Fundamental Concepts of The Programming Process:
2b) Phase-specific issues of software development:
2c) Introduction to programming concepts:
2d) Files: Sequential, Index-Sequential and Random Access :
2f) Role and Need for System Software:
2g) Case Studies In Problem Solving/Algorithm Analysis

CERTIFICATE-3 COMPUTER & NETWORK TECHNOLOGY

Topics to Cover:
3a) Fundamentals:
3b) Processor Architecture:
3c) Introduction to Operating Systems and System Software
3d) Networks

Progression opportunity:
Completion of the Certificate in IT level means you are eligible to apply for BCS Associate Membership (AMBCS) and you could either mover on to BCS Diploma or 2nd year in a designated university.

BCS LEVEL 5 DIPLOMA IN IT

This level is the academic equivalent to Year 2 of a UK university honours degree and is recognised by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) as Level 5. BCS recommends a minimum of 225 hours study per module. The course requires a Two(2) hour written exam focusing on the one core module and each of the three optional modules of your choice.

CORE MODULE:

Professional issues in Information Systems Practice
and
Three(3) modules chosen from the following list:
BULLET Computer Networks
BULLET Database Systems
BULLET IT Project Management
BULLET Object Oriented Programming
BULLET Principles of Internet Technologies (April only)
(this module has replaced The Internet & World Wide Web and is not available for online registration)
BULLET IT Service Management April only
BULLET Software Engineering 1 (April only)
BULLET Principles of User Interface Design (April only)
BULLET Systems Analysis & Design syllabus( From April 2011)

Plus Professional project in IT
Diploma candidates who do not pass the Professional Project in IT (BCS Level 5 Diploma in IT level) will be issued with a certificate stating that they have passed the Diploma in IT Examination.

Progression Opportunity
Successful completion of the project and examination enables you to apply for 2nd year for selected degree courses with universities and means you are eligible to apply for BCS Membership (MBCS) if you have 2 years' experience as an IT professional; OR you may go on to the Professional Graduate Diploma.

BCS LEVEL 6: PROFESSIONAL GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN IT

This level is the academic equivalent to Year 3 of a UK university honours degree. The detail syllabus and the courses to be offered will be announced and made available once the current students progress to this level. It is recognised by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) as Level 6.

It consists of a three(3)hour written paper on each of four modules chosen from the list below plus the IT project.

BULLET Advanced Database Management Systems
BULLET Management Information Systems
BULLET Software Engineering 2
BULLET Computer Services Management
BULLET Distributed and Parallel Systems (April only)
BULLET Knowledge Based Systems (April only)
BULLET Network Information Systems (April only)
BULLET Programming Paradigms (April only)
BULLET Realising the User Interface (April only)
(this module has replaced User Interface Design and is not available for online registration)
BULLET System Design Methods (April only)
BULLET Web Engineering (April only)
(this module has replaced WWW - Beyond the Basics and is not available for online registration)

Those who successfully pass the requisite papers but do not pass the IT Project will be issued with a certificate stating that they have passed the ‘Professional Graduate Diploma Examination.’

Progression Opportunity:

Successful completion of the project and examination enables you to start your IT career either as employee or as self-employed in selected postgraduate courses at universities across UK. You are also eligible to apply for BCS membership if you have 2 years' experience as an IT professional.

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Diploma in Information Technology

Course Summary
The Diploma in Information Technology (L4) is the study of IT at a thorough level with a brief look into physical hardware and a more intense look into Software and platform development/construct.

The programme can prepare you for an IT management role in a large office based company heading a team of other IT specialists or working in that team, depending on the level you reach.

Work duties could include maintaining software, database management, networks etc across a large office environment.

Alternatively you may wish to enter the development field and take further study into the beautiful world of IT.

Entry Requirments
A certificate level qualification or equivalent is the entry requirement for this course. The admission office assesses candidates’ suitability for this course of study based on the documents submitted by applicants with application form, English Language Assessment and Intention to Study check.

Awarding Body
This course is accredited by the Association of Tourism and Hospitality Executives Ltd as well as NCFE (pending) and is in the process of being validated by several Universities in UK.

Unit Titles
Computer Platforms
Software Constructs and Tools
Introduction to Software and Operating Systems
Introduction to Network and Network Components
Systems Analysis
Introduction to Multimedia
Website Management

Progression
Progression to degree course (2nd Year for Diploma students) is being arranged at present by the awarding body.

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BSC /ND Computing

REQUIREMENTS

1

All compulsory courses

2

Ten optional units

  • 5 units in Year One.
  • 5 units in Year Two.

BSC-ND COMPUTING

 

COMPULSORY COURSES

 

S. No.

Course Title

Year

 

 

1

Computer Platforms

1

 

2

Programming Concepts

1

 

3

Database Design Concepts

1

 

4

Systems Analysis

2

 

5

Information Systems Project

2

 

6

Information Systems

2

 

 

General Optional units

 

7

Networking Concepts

1

 

8

Personal Skills Development

1

 

9

Financial Systems

1

 

10

Management in IT

1

 

11

End-User Support

1

 

12

Multimedia Design and Authoring

1

 

13

Website Design

1

 

14

Work Experience

1

 

15

Human Computer Interface

1

 

16

e-Business Development

1

 

17

e-Business Technology

1

 

18

Professional Development

1

 

19

Quality Systems

2

 

20

Networking Technology

2

 

21

Data Analysis and Design

2

 

22

MS Office Solution Development #

2

 

23

Internet Server Management #

2

 

24

Project Management

2

 

25

e-Business Strategy

2

 

26

e-Business Project

2

 

27

Knowledge Systems

2

 

28

Visual Programming

2

 

 
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