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BIT 111 - Advance Office Productivity Tools


This subject enables users to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to use Office Productivity Tools (MS Office) effectively.
This subject covers usage of applications for creating professional documents, spreadsheets, use of email, relational database, and preparation of screen-based presentations. Coverage includes MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook and MS Access.

Credits Awarded    :    2

BIT 112 – Operating System 


This course introduces participants to OS Fundamentals,  types of Operating Systems, Providing basic knowledge of Command Line Prompt, Windows 9x and Windows 2008. This is a part of the A+ certification. 

Credits Awarded    :    4

BIT 113 – Programming Logics and Techniques


This course will introduce the student to the exciting world of programming. Students are made to understand various concepts of programming including data types, decision making, conditions and other statements. The student will learn to depict the logic of the programs using Flowcharts and Algorithms.

Credits Awarded    :    4

BIT 114 – Introductory French


This course is structured to aid students within the fields of communication networking, to equip themselves with the competence of basic French. By the end of this course, the student will be able to

  • Ask and give some basic information and understand the responses obtained.
  • Identify and describe persons and places and also address people with the necessary courtesy.
  • Situate Himself/Herself in terms of time and space and express himself/herself in terms of number (i.e., singular and plural).
  • Talk about his/her environment.
  • Equip himself/herself with basic linguistic tools, such as; the present tense of verbs, the articles, the prepositions, gender, the possessives etc....
  • Discover certain cultural and socio-cultural realities in relation to the French language, example; festivals in France, hobbies and leisure, vacations, daily activities in France.
Credits Awarded    :    2

BIT 115 - Communication Skills in English -1


The course is divided into two semesters, to provide a strong foundation to students in professional English Communication, as required from an IT Professional.Topics include Importance of Effective Communication, Types of Communication, Effective Listening and reading, the Listening Process,  Reading Skills and Principles of Effective Business Writing.

Credits Awarded    :    2

BIT 116 – Internet Technologies


The course is teaches students about the amazing world on Internet and various technologies involved in Internet / Web development. Topics include basic concepts of Internet, internet terminologies, WWW, protocols, browser, electronic mails, search engines, basic HTML coding.

Credits Awarded    :    3


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