Bachelor in Information Technology and Communication


Through completion of the "Bachelor" in "Information and Communication Technology" program, students will:

  1. Apply knowledge of computing requirements and mathematics for technology solutions in ICT applications.
  • Apply knowledge of ICT system development.
  • Develop scripts for information and communication technology implementations.
  • Develop computer code for different applications.
  • Create, install, and configure virtual machines.
  1. Identify, define and analyze an ICT problem and implement the appropriate solutions.
  • Plan, install, manage, and troubleshoot a computer network.
  • Apply ICT principles to design and configure a network.
  • Plan and implement secure ICT systems.
  1. Design and use database applications for ICT and business processes.
  • Design a relational database to support business applications and project tracking.
  • Construct a conceptual database model and write queries for relational databases.
  • Develop dynamic Web Pages.
  1. Develop information technology solutions by evaluating user requirements in the systems development environment.
  • Apply project management techniques to ICT projects.
  1. Develop the ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal.
  2. Design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
  • Develop an information technology solution to a real-world problem including design, implementation, and evaluation of the computer-based system.
  • Develop, understand and explain ethical, legal, security and social responsibilities impacting information and communication technology.
  1. Develop an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences. Develop written and oral presentations of information and communication technology solutions appropriate for a wide range of audiences.