Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Concentration in Enterprise Computing
Skyline University College undergraduate program leading to the award of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree is equipped to meet the needs of dynamic information technology environments. The program focuses on providing graduates with competencies and skills required to design, build, test and apply information technology solutions for organizations.
- To improve skills in professional communication, problem-solving, and numerical capabilities for decision-making.
- To develop an understanding of the theory and complexities of information technology towards application and benefit of the organization and society at large
- To develop an understanding of the legal, ethical, and security issues associated with information technology in the workplace and society.
- To develop higher order thinking and competitive skills and competencies of students through meaningful industry interaction, thereby improving their employability.
- To provide a conducive value based learning environment to the students during their study and inculcate a habit of lifelong independent learning for continuous growth and development
Program Educational Objectives
The BSIT Program will enable its graduates after a few years of graduation to:
- Work collaboratively and communicate effectively to integrate new technologies in the workplace and community, ensuring a superior and productive experience for the user and the organization’s functions.
(Teamwork and Communication)
- Apply to understand of system integration, development, and operation, and also deploy, and manage IT services and platforms that meet the business goals and objectives of the organization.
- Use expertise in implementing a wide range of innovative and sustainable IT solutions to support the community.
- Recognize social responsibilities and perform duties professionally and ethically.
(Social Responsibility and Ethics)
- Engage in professional and personal development through life-long learning and continuing education.
*Based on ACM IEEE IT Curricula 2017& 2020
Students Outcomes (Program Learning Outcomes)
At the end of the program student will be able to:
PLO1: Demonstrate an understanding of various concepts of Information Technology
PLO2: Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
PLO3: Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
PLO4: Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
PLO5: Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed and equitable judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
PLO6: Function effectively as a member as well as a leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
PLO7: Use systemic approaches to select, develop, apply, integrate, and administer secure computing technologies to accomplish user goals. [IT]
PLO8: Apply research, innovation and entrepreneurial skills in the development of innovative and sustainable Information Technology and Enterprise computing solutions.
IT Project Manager
Technical Support Specialist
Typical Job Titles
Enterprise System Engineer
Field Support Engineer
Computing Platform Manager
Information systems manager
|C1S1003||Introduction to Information Technology||3||None|
|GEN1001||Core Life Skills and Happiness||3||None|
|MAT1004||Mathematics – I||3||None|
|HUM1001||Critical Thinking & Problem Solving||3||None|
|MAT1105||Mathematics - II||3||MAT1004|
|GEN2008||Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability||3||None|
|GEN2005 / GEN2006||Basic Arabic / Advanced Arabic||3||None|
|BIT1102||Introduction to Programming||3||CIS1003|
|BIT2103||Database Management Systems||3||BIT1102|
|BIT2105||Computer Organization and Architecture||3||BIT1001|
|BIT2106||Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis||3||BIT2104|
|BIT2107||Web Design and Development||3||BIT1102|
|BIT3110||Mobile Application Development||3||BIT2107|
|BIT4113||Information Technology and Ethics||3||BIT3112|
|SWE3102||Information Technology Project Management||3||SWE3101|
|BIT4290||Internship (C,S,P )||6||SWE3102 Completion of 90 Credits|
|BIT4291||Graduation Project (C,S,P )||3||SWE3102 Completion of 90 Credits|
|TOTAL CORE (MANDATORY)||60|
|Elective Courses (Any one)|
|BIT4121||Human Computer Interaction||3||BIT2107|
|BIT4122||Knowledge Management Technology||3||BIT2103|
|BIT4123||Internet of Things (IoT)||3||BIT2108|
|BIT4124||Distributed Database Systems||3||BIT2103|
|SWE3104||Business Process Modeling||3||SWE3101|
|ECT4102||Enterprise Governance using IT||3||BIT2108|
|ECT4103||E-Supply Chain Management||3||BIT3111|
|ECT4105||Enterprise Systems Audit & Control||3||SWE3101|
|Elective - Choose any one|
|AIT4105||Big Data Analytics||3||AIT3101|
In 2022, 56% graduate students received financial support towards their tuition fees.
Financial Support Options:
Undergraduate Merit Scholarships
Youth Empowerment Scholarships
Tuition Discount for Sponsored Undergraduates