The BSc programme is designed to train students to become IT professionals who have the skills and capabilities to survive in today’s fiercely competitive market and adapt the rapid development of information technology. Its syllabi aim to cultivate IT professionals with solid foundation, wide range of professional knowledge, as well as abilities to work independently.
The objective of the programme is to help students to:
- Establish a solid foundation in fundamental theories,
- Have an exposure to a wide range of professional knowledge,
- Get a good idea or the latest IT technologies,
- Learning to work independently, and
- Improve English communication ability
There are three majors under this programme: 1) Computer Technology and Application, 2) Electronic Information Technology, and 3) Software Technology and Application
The programme can usually be completed in four years and the maximum study period is six years. Students are required to complete at least 160 units of courses, including major courses (106 units), general education courses (36 units), and final year project (18 units). Students will be awarded the BSc degree after they pass an overall assessment.
Upon approval from the Senate of the University, a Bachelor’s Degree will be conferred on a student when he or she has:
1. completed and met the requirements prescribed in the study plan of his or her program within the specific study period*
2. abided by the regulations of the University
3. cleared all fees and charges and returned all University property and equipment borrowed
* Students admitted from the academic year 2017/2018 onwards are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above in order to graduate.