Department

Faculty of Computing and Digital Technology 

Study Mode

Full time

Entry Requirements

Any one of the following:

• HELP Foundation in Arts/ Foundation in Science

• Recognised Matriculation or Foundation with CGPA 2.0

• 2 STPM Grade C

• 2 A-Level passes

• 5 Bs in Senior Middle 3 (UEC) (including Mathematics)

• 5 CPU passes with a minimum average of 50%

• 5 SAM/TEE examination passes with a university aggregate of 50%
AND a credit in Mathematics / Additional Mathematics at SPM level or equivalent OR

• A Diploma in Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, Software Engineering or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 and a credit in Mathematics / Additional Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent. Candidates with CGPA below 2.50 but above 2.00 with a credit in Mathematics / Additional Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent may be admitted subject to a rigorous internal assessment process

• Any other Diploma with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, AND a credit in Mathematics / Additional Mathematics at SPM level or equivalent

• Equivalent qualification

International applicants will also be required to fulfil one of the following English language competencies:

• IELTS: 5.0 or

• TOEFL: 500 or

• Equivalent qualification

Open Day

January, March 17 & 18, 24 & 25, August, December

For more information on our Open Days, please contact us at 03-2716 2000 or visit us at www.help.edu.my

Course Overview

The HELP University Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Business Information Management is a three year course. It is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the issues involved in developing and managing information systems in a contemporary business context. The degree also furnishes students with appropriate knowledge and skills to enable them to pursue a promising career in the field of managing and strategically developing effective information systems in a business environment.

Students of the programme will be equipped with a strong foundation in Information Technology encompassing programming, database systems, project management and information systems development. Additionally, they will be exposed to business concepts such as management, communication and organisational culture as part of the specialisation so that they may be able to combine their management and technical skills to effectively manage both human and technical resources for Information Systems related endeavours.

The programme is geared towards producing graduates whose roles are to plan, coordinate and design computer-related activities in order to fulfil the strategic needs of the organisations in which they are based. Graduates will be prepared for careers as System Administrators, Systems Analysts, Systems Support Executives, Management Trainees, Project Coordinators, Project Managers or Information Systems Consultants.

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