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Other Information Technology
Information Technology not elsewhere classified
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The BICT is an applied qualification that focuses on multiple aspects of the information systems cycle. The aim of the programme is to equip students with the skills to analyse, design, develop, implement and maintain information systems across a variety of industries and business types.
Through a commitment to "hands on" learning students will gain a strong grounding in the analytical, technical and theoretical concepts of computer based information systems. The BICT also emphasizes the human and organisational aspects that relate to the use of such technology including organisational management, project management and technical communication.
By covering these interrelated topics, the BICT provides a practical link between the latest computer technology and its application to today's business environment ensuring that students are well equipped to take their place in this exciting and constantly changing industry.
Although the core focus of the BICT is information systems, students may also choose an elective stream in one of three areas Software Development, Multimedia / Web Development; and Data Communications and Networking.
It is realistic to expect graduates of the BICT, to be able to:
- Operate at an academic level that demonstrates the ability to synthesise, think critically, reason, problem solve, self-manage and work both independently and in a team environment appropriate to ICT industry culture
- Demonstrate professional behaviours and attitudes appropriate to the constantly changing information and communication technologies industry, and business community
- Apply best practice industry standards to analyse significant industry challenges/situations and design and report innovative solutions
- Demonstrate a wide range of practical computing and information technology skills
- Demonstrate a wide range of business and communication skills
- Demonstrate a major understanding of Information Systems with an additional specialist understanding in at least one specific elective stream.
- Complete industry based project work of an applied nature, whether from a business perspective or a technical perspective.
It is realistic to expect graduates of the BICT completing the Software Development Elective Stream, will also be able to:
- Programme in at least two languages
- Apply best practice industry standard practices in programming in one or more languages
- Adopt and apply new programming languages quickly
- Apply sound software engineering processes
- Apply the PSP (Personal Software Process).
It is realistic to expect graduates of the BICT completing the Data Communications and Networking elective stream, will also be able to:
- Use, install and configure at least two standalone operating systems that are in wide commercial use
- Use, install and configure network operating systems
- Analyse the data communications, networking and operating system needs of an organisation
- Plan for the introduction of networks in organizations.
It is realistic to expect graduates of the BICT completing the Multimedia / Web Development elective stream, will also be able to:
- Use a wide range of multimedia application development tools
- Develop significant multimedia applications to support industry based requirements
- Manage the development of multimedia applications
- Evaluate the suitability of multimedia application development tools for particular tasks.
The BICT prepares graduates to undertake post graduate study in information and communication technologies.
The BICT prepares graduates for employment in the field of information and communication technologies. Opportunities for employment depend on the elective stream studied and include programmer, software developer, systems analyst, network support specialist, software support specialist, multimedia developer, ecommerce web developer and database administrator.
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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