BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BSIT)

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The college teaching philosophy is to apply problem solving based learning and reality-based approach to education to enable the students to have critical knowledge and understanding of core information technologies, such as, human computer interaction, information management, programming, networking, and web systems, and to be able to critically analyze, model, design, solve IT and real world problems.

Our programmes are designed in tune with the local needs of the industry and business and in accordance with international standards (IEEE and ACM).

To provide students with critical competences and cutting-edge skills of core and modern information technologies needed for their career opportunities or postgraduate education.

To enable students to critically analyze, identify, and solve real-world problems; to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs; to manage information; to effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment.

To instill in students a keen appreciation of, and to demonstrate, professionalism and ethical behavior, including responsible teamwork, creativity and communication skills with professional attitudes, and to prepare them for the complex actual work environment and for life-long learning.

A. Knowledge and Understanding

A1: Concepts and Theories: Demonstrate critical knowledge and understanding of mathematics and current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies of human computer interaction, information management, programming, networking, and web systems and technologies.

A2: Contemporary Trends, Problems and Research: Be cognizant of up-to-date trends, problems, research issues, and methods in information technology.

A3: Professional Responsibility: Demonstrate an understanding of best practices and standards of information technology and their application.

B. Subject-specific skills

B1: Problem Solving: An ability to critically analyze and identify user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems.

B2: Modeling and Design: An ability to model, design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.

B3: Application of Methods and Tools: An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.

C. Critical-Thinking Skills

C1: Analytic: Critically analyze the complexity of real problems, evaluate the possible alternative computable solutions and analyze their performance and impact on individuals, organizations, and society.

C2: Synthetic: Demonstrate the ability to integrate existing and new technologies into unified computer systems and effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment.

C3: Creative: Innovate and apply new alternative methods to solve IT and real world problems.

D. General and Transferable Skills (other skills relevant to employability and personal development)

D1: Communication: Express and communicate ideas effectively, in written and oral form.

D2: Teamwork and Leadership: An ability to function effectively on teams, as member or leader with decision making responsibilities, to accomplish a common goal.

D3: Organizational and Developmental Skills: Demonstrate an ability to manage learning tasks independently and professionally with a view to inculcating skills for self-development and life-long learning in order to effectively prioritize, plan, manage and allocate appropriate resources to implement tasks.

D4: Ethical and Social Responsibility: Demonstrate an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.

COMMUNICATION:

Express and communicate ideas effectively, in written and oral form.

TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP:

An ability to function effectively on teams, as member or leader with decision making responsibilities, to accomplish a common goal.

ORGANISATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL SKILLS:

Demonstrate an ability to manage learning tasks independently and professionally with a view to inculcating skills for self-development and life-long learning in order to effectively prioritise, plan, manage and allocate appropriate resources to implement  tasks.

ETHICAL AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:

Demonstrate an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.

Qualification: Bachelors in Information Technology

Type: Undergraduate

Duration: 4 years

Qualification name: Information Technology

College: College of Information Technology

Language of offering: English

Bachelor’s Degree fees

The estimated duration for completion of a Bachelors Degree at Ahlia University is 4 years. This is structured around 134 credit-hours covering 45 courses.

The duration of study for each course is fifteen weeks, covering approximately 45 study hours.

Application Fee BD 20
Registration Fee BD 200
Placement Tests Fee (if applicable) BD 40
Orientation Courses (if applicable) BD 1200
First Year Courses – 12 courses (BD 300 Per Course) BD 3,500
Second Year Courses – 11 courses (BD 330 Per Course) BD 3,630
Third Year Courses – 11 courses (BD 360 Per Course) BD 3,960
Fourth Year Courses – 11 courses (BD 390 Per Course) BD 4,290
TOTAL BD 16,840

Please note that the fees listed above do not include the cost of text books required to complete the program.

Entry Requirements
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Applicants must hold at least a recognized and endorsed secondary school certificate or equivalent.

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