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Introduction to Information Technology

Information Technology (IT) covers the study of telecommunications and computer systems.

If you have an interest in how computers work and believe technology is the way to the advancement of society in the future, you might be suited for this course. 

Information technology (IT) connects the dots between networking devices, computers and storages which creates, operates and secures data. The career demand in this field has increased throughout the years. As technology has become more integrated with our daily lives, IT professionals are essential to deal with the software, hardware, and programming systems to fulfill the needs of businesses and organizations. 

Fields of Information Technology

Computer Science: Focus on designing computer programming, solving computing problems, and includes areas such as web development, artificial intelligence, and application software.

Software Engineering: Focuses on software development to be maintained and implemented on a large scale. 

Information Systems: Specializes in analyzing information requirements by a business or organization through the use of technology to generate and distribute information. 

Computer Engineering: Specializes in design and development of computer hardware, equipment, and other hardware components. 

Information Technology: Deals with the maintenance and application of technology in business and organizations.  

What will you study in this course?

  • Programming Fundamentals
  • Networking & Communication
  • Data Structures
  • Operating Systems
  • Computing Architecture
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Software Project Management
  • Programming Communication

Why should you study Information Technology?

Opportunities: Many businesses in 2021 are IT driven companies and they require IT graduates like you. The job demand for IT professionals is high and it is foreseen that it will still increase for the next 10 years and more as many businesses and governments put funds in their development leveraging IT.

Flexibility: Unlike some degrees or courses, IT is not limited to one field or industry. You can basically join any field as long as they have an IT department. You can be exposed to different industries in banking, fashion, hospitality, sports and many more.

Problem Solver: People who are usually in the tech field are problem solvers as they are needed to solve complex problems they face on a daily basis. The training of this program will equip students with an analytical and logical ability to be an effective problem-solver. 

What are the requirements to study IT?

A-Levels :Minimum 2 passes in the relevant subjects

STPM :Minimum 2 passes in the relevant subjects

SAM :Tertiary Entrance Rank of 70 and Grade B in 2 of the relevant subjects

UEC :Grade B in 6 of the relevant subjects

Canadian Pre-University (CPU) :Average of 70% in 6 of the relevant subjects

What are the skills needed?

Tech Savy: You have to love computers and technology in general to get into this subject. To be successful in IT you have to know how devices such as computer works.

Visionary: Many problems can rise up in IT such as malfunctions, viruses and bugs and as the IT student, you need to vision what upcoming problems will come up in order to prevent it.

Patience: Learning how to code, fix a laptop or program something does not happen over-night. You learn these concepts for months with practical training. You have to have the patience to not lose motivation and get easily bored.

What are the job opportunities?

  • Software Engineer
  • Applications Engineer
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Web Administrator
  • Java Programmer
  • Network Engineer
  • Technical Support Engineer
  • Web Developer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Quality Assurance Tester
  • IT Technician

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