BlueCrest University College

PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE / BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Modules

BIT 221 – Identity and Access Management in Network OS

Synopsis

This course teaches students about identity and access management in a Network OS. Identify Active Directory Domain Services, its roles and objects. Configure Group Policy to manage enterprise security. Manage and configure Domain Name System, Sites, and Active Directory Replication. Identify Directory Service Continuity and manage Multiple Domains and Forests. Identify Identity and Access (IDA) solutions and understand Identify Lifecycle Manager. Configure AD Certificate Services (AD CS), AD Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS), AD Federation Service (AD FS), and AD Rights Management Service (AD RMS). Maintain and troubleshoot access management solutions and IDA solutions.

Credits Awarded    :    3

BIT 222 – System Administration - Planning and Management

Synopsis

Plan the new Server installation and upgrade from previous version. Deploy and configure active directory domain services and other related services. Plan and deploy application, file and print services on server. Plan for security of the Server network infrastructure. Remotely manage and administer server environment. Plan for backup and disaster recovery plans. Explain the features of PowerShell. Identify the working of PowerShell. Use the Windows PowerShell cmdlets. Generate and customize output using PowerShell Formatting Subsystem. Understand the use of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Automate System Administration using PowerShell.

Credits Awarded    :    3

BIT 223 – Data Communication and Networks

Synopsis

This course covers Data Communication, Transmission Media, Data Modems, Multichannel Data Communication, Data Networks, network Protocols, Fibre Optic Communication and Data Communication System.

Credits Awarded    :    3

BIT 224 – Intermediate French

Synopsis

Students will be able to

  • React by expressing his/her likes, dislikes and opinions.
  • Begin to situate him/ her in the past.
  • Briefly describe humans, places and objects.
  • Be able to propose, accept and refuse proposals.
  • Equip himself/herself with linguistic tools like le passé composé, l’imparfait, le conditionnel, l’impératif, les partitifs, etc.
  • Continue to appreciate certain cultural and sociocultural aspects of France.

Credits Awarded    :    2

BIT 225 – Basics of Accounting

Synopsis

  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Different Forms of Company and Business Ownership
  • Basic Records Maintained by a Business Concern
  • Revenue Recognition and Measurement
  • Preparation of Accounting statements
  • Preparation of balance sheet
  • Bank reconciliation statements
  • Fixed Assets and Depreciation Accounting
  • Issues involved with mechanization of Accounting.

Credits Awarded    :    3

BIT 226 – Statistics

Synopsis

Students will be introduced to basics of data collection and analysis using statistical tools.

Topics include measures of central tendency and dispersion; types of data and data collection techniques; frequency distribution; the mean, median, mode and inter-quartiles; skewness and kurtosis ranges, mean and standard deviations; coefficient of variation, moments skewness kurtosis; correlation; linear regression; least square fit; linear and non-linear trends.

Credits Awarded    :    3

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