1.1 Training objectives
The Bachelor of Information Technology (IT) program provides graduates with good characteristic of politics, ethics, and good health; with sufficient knowledge and capacity to operate, manage, and develop IT applications; meet the demand of IT human resources in various professional fields.
1.2 Position and working capacity after graduation
UIT’s graduates from the BSc. of IT have ability to handle the following positions:
a. Specialists who design, build and manage IT R&D projects, mainly in the field of geography, environment, remote sensing.
b. Specialists who manage, supervise and invest in IT projects.
c. Specialists who mine data and information application for enterprises in the field of quantitative analysis.
d. Specialists who develope social media applications and Web technologies.
1.3 Viewpoints on curriculum development
The program is tailored to ensure a sufficient level of coverage and depth to facilitate student development opportunities, and continue in-depth study in IT majors with the coverage is the core.
The program is designed with the objective of developing human resources for the development and integration of the country:
- Train human resources who are capable of operating, managing and supervising; analysing and developing IT applications in enterprises, non-IT firms to create value added benefits for businesses.
- Train human resources who are capable of exploiting data and application information for enterprises in the field of quantitative analysis.
- Train human resources who are capable of developing social media applications and Web technologies.
- Train technical human resources to participate in the process of designing, building and managing IT research and application projects, mainly in the fields of geography, environment, remote sensing.
While the program was designed and built, we used the reference materials of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) and IEEE Computer Society.
Figure 1: Describe an IT industry
Figure 1 describes the field of IT. The pillars of IT include programming, networking, human-machine interface, databases, and web systems. They are built on a foundation of knowledge of the IT fundamentals. Covering the entire foundation and pillars is the application in IT such as Information Security and Application Security. Though they do not describing all aspects of the IT industry, they clarify the description of the relationships among key IT components.
Details of the training program are at https://daa.uit.edu.vn/content/chuong-trinh-dao-tao-tu-khoa-7-tro-di