Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology develops learners' ability to solve complex applied computing problems in Information Technology.
Learners will learn to manage IT projects and find out how information technology affects society. Further, it will also create ability to learner to design, plan and organise technology-based projects that are produced on time, to high standards and within budget.
By the end of this qualification, the learner will be able to:
- Compare methodologies for use in organisation using standaridsed framework of system development.
- Understand computer system, architectures and networking
- Design applications for mobile devices including use of wireless communication.
- Understand, evaluate and measure software quality and quantity in modern software engineering environment.
- Create security strategy to protect a system from possible and threats to hardware, software, data and the continuous operations of the system.
- Explore applications and implications of industrial automation and design architectures of autonomous guided vehicles.
- Design and develop web enabled databases and visual elements of web based project.
- Understand data integrity and security requirement and develop conceptual and enterprise data models.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology (120 Credits) consists of five core units and one optional unit.
The seven mandatory units include:
- Unit 01: Information Systems Methodologies (20 Credits)
- Unit 02: Mobile Communications and Programming (20 Credits)
- Unit 03: Advanced Software Engineering (20 Credits)
- Unit 04: System Management and Security (20 Credits)
- Unit 05: Robotics and Automation (20 Credits)
One option unit can be drawn from the following list:
- Unit 07: Website Design (20 Credits)
- Unit 08: Database Systems (20 Credits)
In order to pass a unit, a learner is required to submit an assignment of 2000-2500 words and to obtain minimum 50% marks according to published grading criteria.
Learner(s) must fulfil the following criteria to be allowed entry to EBMA programmes;
- Hold a degree in Information Technology or Computer Science from a Higher Education Institution in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland, or any recognised foreign university OR
- EBMA Graduate Diploma in Business and Information Technology OR
- Any qualification equivalent to one of the above
Successful completion of this qualification offers wide-ranging career opportunities in the IT, health, banking, financial, engineering and construction sectors/industries. Our previous students have been successful in obtaining a suitable employment in both public and private sectors.
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Last updated September 1, 2015