1. Course title: Bachelor of Science Program in Computer Technology
2. Degree title: Bachelor of Science (Computer Technology) B.Sc. (Computer Technology)
3. Faculty: Industrial Technology
4. Course objectives: To produce graduates who
4.1 Have vocational and academic knowledge, both theoretical and practical, and are able to use this in industrial work systems, both in control systems and in management systems.
4.2 Have knowledge and skills in industrial technology and are able to use this to support the expansion of the use of hardware, software and computer services as an important part of the development of the community and society.
4.3 Have a moral and ethical outlook and apply this to their work; have leadership skills; have good communication skills; are public-spirited; have good team-working skills; have a good understanding of organizations and society; and are able to coordinate and integrate efficiently the work of managers, engineers and workers.
5.1 Total credits: Not fewer than 126 credits in total.
5.2 The curriculum is separated into the following subjects:
5.2.1 General courses totaling not fewer than credits 30 and comprised of
184.108.40.206 Languages and communication studies 12-15 credits
220.127.116.11 Humanities 3-9 credits
18.104.22.168 Social studies 3-9 credits
22.214.171.124 Mathematics, sciences and technology 6-9 credits
5.2.2 Major-specific courses totaling not fewer than 90 credits comprised of
126.96.36.199 Content courses Not fewer than 83 credits
188.8.131.52.1 Compulsory courses 59 credits
184.108.40.206.2 Optional courses 24 credits
220.127.116.11 Training and work experience 7 credits
5.2.3 Optional modules totaling not fewer than 6 credits
6. Careers after Graduation
6.1 Factory control systems administrator
6.2 Hardware and software manufacturing officer
6.3 Senior staff responsible for IT in the state or private sector
6.4 Systems analyst and designer
6.5 Network administrator
6.6 Computer technician in the state or private sector