Awarded by Informatics Academy, Singapore
Upon completion of Diploma in Information Technology, students will acquire a sound, theoretical knowledge in Information Technology (IT) and practical skills in the management of hardware and software development. The student will also acquire programming languages skill such as C programming, database query language, Visual Basic.Net and Java programming language to allow student to be competent in application and web-site development as well as the configuration of network and server operating system in today complex business environment.
Minimum Age Requirement
17 years old
2 GCE ‘A’ level Passes; OR
Foundation Certificate for Higher Education (FCHE); OR
Certificate in Foundation Skills (CIFS); OR
other equivalent qualification deemed acceptable by Informatics Academy.
GCE 'O' Level – C6; OR
IELTS - min score of 5.5; OR
TOEFL (PBT) - min score of 513; OR
TOEFL (iBT) - min score of 65; OR
Informatics Certificate in Proficiency in English
Mature candidates (21 years old and above) with the below credentials may be considered for mature entry on a case-by-case basis:
*Note: All applications are subject to review and approval by Informatics Academy.
|Module Code||Module Name||Assignment||Project||Total|
|IT210||Essentials of E-Commerce||30%||70%||100%|
|IT211||Structured Query Language||30%||70%||100%|
Upon successful completion of all modules, students will obtain a Diploma in Information Technology awarded by Informatics Academy.
Part-time 12 months
Students need to complete 8 modules (overall total of 120 credits).
7 weeks to complete per module, except for the projects
In this module, we will look at establishing a small network. Using an appropriate modem operating system (OS). It will discuss the features of the chosen OS, both with regard to single machines and local area networks (LAN).
Upon completion of this module, students will acquire the logical skills required to take on programming modules, and learn to build an application that would help the user to manage and update data.
This module provides a fundamental grasp of Visual Basic.net for writing Desktop Window applications, and covers database programming using ADO.net, as well as Classes and Objects.
In this module, students will gain theoretical knowledge and practical experience on the fundamentals of networking. Basic networking systems, and internetworking devices.
This module introduces and exploits the object-oriented features by using Java programming language. Students will also enjoy designing and developing Java-based, file management applications.
This module introduces electronic commerce, and contrasts it with the traditional one. It will also explain the international nature of a-commerce, and how the growth of the internet, as well as other significant forces, has catapulted a-commerce to what it is today.
This unit will give the student the ability to describe relational aspects of a database management system. This unit covers the fundamental of the relational model design and introduction of structured Query Language (SQL).
Students are highly advised to register for the class at least four (4) weeks before the intake.
IGC reserves the right to make changes on the schedule in the event that classes/modules do not meet the required number of students.
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