DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

The Diploma in Computer Software Applications offers three Specializations viz Information Technology, Networks Engineering & Systems Development. The three-year program in Information Technology is designed to provide students with the technical, vocational & professional skills and knowledge to be effective practitioners in various IT-related roles within businesses, government and community organizations. Students will learn how to determine client business expectations, needs, and how to automate business processes. Various approaches to systems development will be explored. On completion of this program, students will also develop a broad understanding of the current use of IT in organizations.

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER ONE

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

500

Software Development

 

511

Information Systems

 

511

Programming

 

511

Web Technology

 

511

Networks

 

511

E-Commerce

 

 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER TWO

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

500

Basics Electronics

 

512

Information Systems

 

512

Programming

 

512

Web Technology

 

512

Networks

 

512

E-Commerce

 

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER ONE

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

600

Computer Architecture

 

621

Systems Analysis & Design

 

621

Programming

 

621

Database systems

 

621

Networks

 

621

Internet Programming

 

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER TWO

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

600

Operating Systems

 

622

Systems Analysis & Design

 

622

Programming

 

622

Database Systems

 

622

Networks

 

622

Internet Programming

 

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER ONE

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

700

Human Computer Interactions

 

731

Information Systems

 

731

Programming

 

700

Computer Security

 

731

Software Engineering

 

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER TWO

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

HOURS PER WEEK

700

Simulation & Modelling

 

732

Information Systems

 

732

Programming

 

732

software Engineering

 

600

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