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University of Technology, Jamaica - Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

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The School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) aims create curriculum innovators, preparing professionals and scholars to make a stellar contribution to our society in a variety of computing disciplines: the CIS degree will prepare graduates to be Information Systems(IS) professionals.

The programme is dedicated to developing graduates who will be  deployed in the world possessing the skills, competencies, and confidence to make a difference and drive the digital transformation wherever they chose to offer their services(and not simply adhering to the status quo), in the industry and academia.

The 4-year Degree in Computer Information Systems started in 2019. Each student cohort for the course of study is admitted in August of each academic year. The course is four(4) years in duration, organised on a full-time/flexible  basis consisting of approximately thirty weeks (2 semesters).

  • Listing ID: 4387
  • Institution Category: Universities
  • Institution Type: Public
  • Field of Study: Data Analytics and Technology Entrepreneurship
  • Awarding Body: University of Technology, Jamaica
  • Qualification Level: Level 7 Bachelors
  • Education Sector: Higher Education
  • ISCED Code: 06 Information and Communication Technologies- 061 Information and Communication Technologies- 0612 Database and Network Design and administration
  • Qualification Developer: School of Computing and Information Technolgy, University of Technology, Jamaica
  • Quality Assurance Body: University Council of Jamaica (UCJ)
  • Entry Requirements: 1. Five(5) CXC CSEC Grades passes in English Language, Mathematics, and three other subjects, preferable Information Technology subject, (CXC CSEC Grades 1, 2, & 3 since 1998.)
    2. Other appropriate levels of entry from a recognised educational institution.
    3. Advance Placement in Community Colleges.
    4. UTech, Jamaica prior learning route of entry.
  • Number of Credits: 125-137
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