Information Technology

Degree in Information Technology

An information technology (IT) degree is a degree offered at the certificate, bachelor, master and PhD level. The degree focuses on the branch of engineering that pertains to the use of computers to collect, store, and share and protect information.

At the degree level, typical courses include project-based information systems, Website database implementation, introduction to DHTML and Java Script, as well a mathematics-based curriculum. Career options may include IT systems manager, programmer, web developer, system administrator, network engineer, UI designer, project manager and business analyst.

Entry Requirement

  • A-Level: Minimum of 2Es
  • STPM: Minimum of 2Cs
  • Australian Matriculation: Minimum of ATAR 60
  • Foundation in Science or IT/Computing: Minimum CGPA of 2.00
  • Diploma: Minimum CGPA of 2.50

Diploma in Information Technology

This diploma programme aims to equip graduates with the technical and fundamental knowledge for a computing career in an increasingly competitive employment market which can be achieved through a blend of academic study and specific computing skills development.

Career options may include IT executive, web developer, system administrator, network administrator, project executive and software tester.


Entry Requirement

  • SPM (or equivalent): Minimum 3Cs including Mathematics

Why should we study Information Technology?


The field of Information Technology

The field of information technology includes:

  • Computer Science
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Information Systems


Career Options in Information Technology

UI Designer

Web Developer

System Administrator