Duration:
3 years or more can be completed locally

Intakes:
January 28, July 10, September 23

Campus:
HELP CAT

Level of Study:
Undergraduate

Faculty:
Centre for Information Technology Programmes

Course Code:
N/481/6/0445:KPT/JPS(MQA/FA4525)01/19

About this course

Aims: This programme aims to equip students with industry relevant skills in computer science that are essential for entering the workforce as competent IT professionals.  

Duration of Study:

After STPM or A-levels – 3 years of study with a 3-month internship

After HELP CAT’s Diploma – 2 years of study with a 3-montn internship 3 years or more can be completed locally

Study Mode: Full Time

Assessment: Coursework (80%), Examination and Final Projects (20%)

Awarding Institution: Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

Areas Covered: Following areas are covered in this programme:

  • Software development (i.e. C#, Databases, Software Engineering)
  • Mobile Application Development (i.e. Angluar JS, React Native, etc.)
  • Networking
  • Digital Security
  • Image Processing

Workshops – New technology areas are introduced through specialized workshops such as:

  • Data Science / Business Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Neural Networks
  • Blockchain / FinTech
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Image Processing / Natural Language Processing 

Careers: Degree careers include (but not limited to):

  • Mobile Application Programming 
  • Software Engineers
  • Data Analytics Executives
  • IT Consultants
  • Network Engineers
  • System Support Engineers
  • Web Developers

Pathways: 

  • Anglia Ruskin University – HELP CAT offers an in-house part-time Master’s in Business Administration from Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
  • UK, Australian and US Universities – Universities all over the world recognizes the Anglia  Ruskin University degree and accept our students for post graduate progrmames asuch as the Masters and Doctorate programmes.

Programme Details

LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Acquire essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to computer science and computer applications
  • Understand the technical properties of hardware, software, information systems and their use and evaluation in a variety of application domains
  • Understand the role of design and planning in a computing context and to act in a systemic and organised way when applying computing analysis, methodologies and techniques
  • Ability to identify a problem within the computing domain and to develop specialist knowledge within that area, provide appropriate analysis, develop potential solutions and evaluate their effectiveness
  • Understand the scope, depth and the limitations of your knowledge and to access and interpret information resources
AIMS OF THE COURSE
  • To provide an understanding of the knowledge and concepts of computer science, incorporating the theory, principles and operation of the underlying technologies and methodologies
  • To apply the methods and principles of computerscience in the analysis, design, and implementation of solutions in a select range of application domains in information systems, software and communications
  • To provide the skills necessary to implement and administer organisation-wide information technology and communication systems
  • To enable the student to work effectively as a team member and to develop as a professional and as a technically able practitioner within an organisation
  • To prepare the student as an independent learner and reflective practitioner
  • To enable students to recognise the professional, moral and ethical standards of the computing profession
  • Understand the technical properties of hardware, software, information systems and their use and evaluation in a variety of application domains

Total Course Fees

RM 65,300

Subject Listing

  • Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise
  • Fundamentals of Design
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Computer Systems
  • Operating Systems
  • Design for the Internet
  • Designing and Supporting Computer Networks
  • Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
  • Hubungan Etnik
  • Software Engineering
  • Network Routing
  • Database Design and Implementation
  • Interaction and Usability
  • Network Services Engineering
  • Computing Research Methodologies
  • Object Oriented C++
  • Strategic Planning for Entrepreneurs
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Community Services
  • Professional Issues, Computing and Society
  • Mobile Technology
  • Image Processing
  • Distributed Systems Programming
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Final Project
  • Community Services
  • Internship

Assessment

Coursework, Examination and Final Projects

English Requirements

Applicants must have one of the following English requirements:

  • IELTS
    5.5

  • TOEFL
    500

  • SPM
    Grade C

  • 1119 (GCE O-Levels)
    Grade C

  • UEC
    Grade B6

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have one of the following entry requirements:

INTO YEAR 1
  • STPM / A-Levels
    2 principal passes (C+ or CGPA 2.33), credit in SPM or O-Levels Mathematics

  • Matriculation
    SAM TER 70 and B in Mathematics or equivalent

  • Foundation in Arts or Business
    CGPA 2.0 and credit in SPM /O-Levels Mathematics

  • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
    B in 5 subjects, including Mathematics
 
INTO YEAR 2
  • Diploma (Level 4 of MQF)
    Diploma in IT, Software Engineering or equivalent with CGPA 2.5; CGPA 2.0 to 2.4 to be assessed internally

Why ARU IT Programmes @ HELPCAT?

 
  • UK Degree with Cambridge,UK trip for 2 weeks
  • Workshops in Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Blockchain and Internet of Things
  • Good staff-student ratio