Diploma in Information Technology

(R2/481/4/0010) 07/21 (A7461)

Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) programme provides students with computing knowledge in planning, implementation, configuration and maintenance of an organization’s computing infrastructure. Students will be exposed to various programming languages and web technologies with which they are able to configure, integrate and deploy systems as well as provide technical support within an organisation.

The curriculum covers areas such as programming, database, software design, operating systems, data communication & networking, as well as mathematics. Apart from the technical subjects, students will also be exposed to subjects which instil soft skills such as writing and presentation skills in subjects related to language and business. The skills that the students acquire will enhance students’ interaction and communication especially during their internship at the end of their study and prepare them towards the real life working environment.

PROGRAMME EDUCATION OBJECTIVES

  • To produce ICT practitioners who will demonstrate knowledge and technical competence in solving problems based on industry standards.
  • To produce ICT practitioners who will demonstrate effective leadership, communication and interpersonal skills in the work environment.
  • To produce ICT practitioners who will demonstrate ethical and professional conduct in the work environment and society.
  • To produce ICT practitioners who will pursue lifelong learning to enhance technical excellence, professional growth and entrepreneurial skills.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in the field of information and communications technology (ICT).
  • Demonstrate the ability to use the principal methodologies, new techniques and tools for system design and development.
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate proficiently and confidently when interacting with others, both verbally and written.
  • Demonstrate the ability to adhere to professional ethics and codes of conduct in work environmental and societal contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to lead, communicate and collaborate effectively in work environmental and societal contexts, both verbally and written.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and solve information and communications technology (ICT) related problems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to use numeracy skills and various digital tools and applications in managing data, information and processes.
  • Demonstrate the ability to recognize the need for self-improvement and to engage in life-long learning and entrepreneurial activities.

STAFF

Suhaimi Sarip

Lecturer

Tan Su-Mae

Foundation Senior Lecturer

Ainee Suriani Bahaman

Lecturer

Chandrika Mohd Jayothisa

Lecturer

Farah Izzati Yussoff

Assistant Lecturer

Julie Yew Mei Yee

Lecturer

Liew Yee Ping

Lecturer

Lim Liyen

Lecturer

Muhammad Loqman Samat

Specialist

Ts. Noor Hisham Kamis

Specialist

Nur Liyana Rosli

Lecturer

Ts. Rashidah Ahmad

Lecturer

Tan Sin Yin

Lecturer

Yap Hui Yen

Foundation Senior Lecturer