Keeping up with the new age
THE digital revolution has brought computers to every corner of the world. Over the years, the use of computers has transformed how we run our everyday lives. The way we communicate and disseminate information has changed immensely with the emergence of the Internet and social media.
Think about the things you do every day, such as downloading songs and streaming movies. Have you ever wondered who designs, manages and maintains this technology?
A computer scientist is not someone you call when your printer stops working or when you have issues with your digital spreadsheet. Computer science involves using technology to solve software problems.
The professionals in this field are responsible for designing, developing, supporting and managing computer hardware, software and information networks.
Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL) offers the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) to those interested in this field.
The programme is recognised as a Certified Tester Foundation Level by the International Software Testing Qualifications Board – one of the most popular credentials in software testing education.
IUKL also collaborates with the Malaysian Software Testing Board to give Malaysian students free certification training for their first attempt at the test.
Network technology helps us connect with other people via a web of interconnected electronic devices. IUKL’s Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) in Network Technology programme aims to produce students skilled in operating applications with broad areas of usage, interfacing between public and private networks, and constructing security resolutions for local area networks.
Graduating from this programme earns you a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) qualification. CCNA is a technical certification for earlycareer networking professionals that is offered by multinational technology conglomerate Cisco. With the CCNA certification, your basic salary can be 6% to 12% higher than those without the certification.
Software engineering involves the design, implementation and maintenance of complex computer programmes.
Being a software engineer involves applying the principles and techniques of computer science, engineering and mathematics to the design, development, testing and evaluation of the software and systems that enable computers to function.
IUKL offers the Bachelor of Software Engineering (Hons) and Diploma in Software Engineering for those interested in this field.
This programme is recognised by the Certified Software Tester (CSTE), which is intended to establish standards for initial software qualification and provide direction for the testing through an aggressive educational programme.
Apart from the above listed programmes, IUKL also offers:
Bachelor of Information Systems (Hons)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) in Multimedia
Diploma in Information Technology
Diploma in Visual and Interactive Media
The skills students obtain from these programmes are applicable across industries in today’s technology-dependent world. Your love for computers and information technology can contribute to an exciting and rewarding career.
IUKL is the foremost infrastructure university in Malaysia that aspires to produce technopreneurs and skilled manpower with outstanding communication, technological and managerial skills.
As a subsidiary of Protasco Berhad, IUKL is committed to engineering the future of tomorrow’s leaders.
IUKL has been providing quality education and excellent professional services in various fields of infrastructure for 20 years.
nllllFor more information, call 1800 88 STUDY (78839), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.iukl.edu.my
Computer and information technology is a fast-growing field that impacts the world and our everyday life.