Diploma in Information Technology
Diploma in Information Technology
This empowering diploma features on-trend specialisations aligned with real-world industry requirements. These specialisations will give you access to many exciting career opportunities and allow you to graduate in high demand.
Our Diploma in Information Technology consists of a generic foundation phase and a specialisation phase. The foundation phase gives insight into the field of information technology, while the specialisation phase is career oriented.
This academic programme will transform you into a well-rounded professional through a strong focus on knowledge, execution, and professional and practical skills. You will also have the incredible opportunity to complete 6 months of in-service training at an external company or in a simulated work environment.
Choose between the following streams:
Depending on the stream you choose, you can further specialise in 2 of the following fields:
|Business Communication 161||BUC161||5||4||view|
|Business Management and Entrepreneurship 161||BME161||5||8||View|
|Computer Architecture 161||COA161||5||8||View|
|Database Concept 161||DBC161||5||8||View|
|Database Functionality 161||DBF161||5||8||View|
|End User Computing 161||EUC161||5||4||View|
|Innovation and Leadership 161||INL161||5||10||View|
|Internet of Things 161||IOT161||5||8||View|
|Network Development 161||NWD161||5||8||View|
|Problem Solving 161||PRS161||5||8||View|
|Programming 161||PRG161||5||12||Programming Principles 161; Mathematics 161||View|
|Programming Principles 161||PRP161||5||8||Problem Solving 161||View|
|Web Programming 161||WPR161||5||12||End-User Computing 161||View|
|Business Communication 161||view|
|Business Management and Entrepreneurship 161||View|
|Computer Architecture 161||View|
|Database Concept 161||View|
|Database Functionality 161||View|
|End User Computing 161||View|
|Innovation and Leadership 161||View|
|Internet of Things 161||View|
|Network Development 161||View|
|Problem Solving 161||View|
|Programming Principles 161||View|
|Web Programming 161||View|
After completing the second-year core modules, students must choose between the Infrastructure or Software Development stream.
|Programming 262||PRG262||6||8||PRG261, DBD261||View|
|Software Analysis and Design 261||SWA261||6||8||PRP161||View|
|Software Testing 261||SWT261||6||4||PRG261||View|
|Software Testing 262 (Elective)||SWT262||6||12||SWT261||View|
|User Experience Design 261 (Elective)||UXD261||6||12||PRG261||View|
|Web Programming 261||WPR261||6||12||WPR161; PRP161||View|
Once students have completed the core modules within their chosen stream, they must select two specialisations available within that stream.
Available to Infrastructure Stream
|Cloud-Native Architecture 361||CNA361||6||40||view|
Available to Software Development Stream
|Project 361||PRJ361||6||10||PMM261; INL261||view|
|Applied Information Technology 361||AIT361||6||60||Not more than 18 credits outstanding of the total academic programme.||view|
|Work-Simulation Project 361||WSP361||6||60||Not more than 18 credits outstanding of the total academic programme.||view|
|Exit Level Outcomes||–||–||–||–||view|
Once students have completed the academic portion of this qualification, they will complete six months of in-service training. This training can be completed at an external company or in a simulated work environment.