Diploma in Information Technology (Business Applications)

Undergraduate Course

A two -year (or a four-semester) full-time course of study leading to the Diploma in Information Technology

Each subject studied carries a fixed number of study credits. Fifteen lecture periods of forty-five minutes each plus all the prescribed course work normally constitute one credit hour.

Aims

The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the use of Information Technology in satisfying the needs of business. On completion of the course students may progress to a suitable degree programme, such as the Philips BSc (Hons) in Business Information Technology.

 

Course Structure

Students studying towards the Associate Degree/Diploma in Information Technology are required to take a minimum of 66 credits out of a possible 72. Fifty-four (54) credits must come from core courses and the rest from electives. First semester students are strongly advised not to take more than 15 credits.

 

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-111 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES I 5
CST-118 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN I.T. I 5
ACF-110 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE I 5
CST-151 WORKSHOPS I 5
CST-110 COMPUTERS & APPLICATIONS I 5
Electives: 1 from 5
GEN-110 Introduction to the Cyprus Economy I 5
PRL-130 Communication and Language Development I 5
PSY-115 Introduction to Sociology I 5
PSY-410 The Impact of Greek Civilisation on Europe I 5
Semester 2
Core Subjects
CST-126 MULTIMEDIA & INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES 5
ACF-120 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE II 5
CST-128 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN I.T. II 5
CST-121 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES II 5
CST-152 WORKSHOPS II 5
Electives: 1 from 5
CST-231 Computer Management and Control 5
PSY-420 The Impact of Greek Civilisation on Europe II 5
PRL-140 Communication and Language Development II 5
PSY-125 Introduction to Sociology II 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-331 COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING I 5
CST-210 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING 5
CST-214 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 5
BSM-111 THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT I 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
CST-211 Operating Systems 5
CST-213 Data Structures and Algorithms 5
CST-312 I.T. Applications and Development 5
BSM-110 Economics I 5
PRL-230 Communication in Practice I 5
PRL-134 French Language I 5
PRL-137 German Language I 5
Semester 4
Core Subjects
CST-222 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 5
CST-341 COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING II 5
CST-220 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 5
BSM-121 THEORY AND PRATICE OF MANAGEMENT II 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
PSY-227 Organisational Psychology 5
CST-221 Networks and Communications 5
CST-223 Introduction to Databases 5
CST-332 Programming Languages 5
CST-241 Computer Graphics 5
BSM-221 Principles of Marketing 5
PRL-240 Communicaiton in Practice II 5
PRL-144 French Language II 5
PRL-147 German Language II 5
Course Information
  • Credit: minimum of 66 ECTS

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