Do you enjoy finding ways in which computers can improve the way perform our daily routine? Do you enjoy transmitting information at the tip of your finger tips thus fixing the problem in a second? Lucky for you, you have found your calling.
You will learn the tools or technology needed to bridge the gap between information technology solutions and the way business are run.
- Additional Mathematics
- Systems Environments
- Projects and their Management
- Information Strategy and Management
- Networking and Operating Systems
Diploma: SPM, O-level, or equivalent.
Degree: A-level, Foundation, Diploma or anything equivalent.
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ISTP: With a compelling drive to understand how and why things work, you are action-oriented focused on the present. You are practical and realistic and possess an excellent ability to apply logic and reason.
Holland Vocational Code: Realistic, Investigative and Conventional
They may venture into any sector including research and development, computing, telecommunications, consumer electronics, industrial projects and much more. They have the opportunity to become business analysts, systems analysts, database resource planners, consultants, project managers, information system managers, as well as chief information officers of organisations.
Here are just a few titles you can obtain with this career path.
- IT Director
- Chief Information Officer
- IT Program Manager
- Business Analyst
Entry Level: RM 2,000 – RM 3,500
Professional Level: RM 3,500 – RM 5,500
In Malaysia: Demand for ICT professionals in Malaysia is still growing and ICT jobs are in higher demand such as software development managers, lead software developers, UNIX specialists, senior system engineers, IT managers, web-sphere application developers, system engineers, network administrators and help-desk analysts.
Global Demand: However, the ICT industry still lags behind industries in terms of salary such as oil and gas and telecommunications. On-going collaboration between academia and industry is critical to narrow the gap between supply and demand.
Learn how computer software can support business processes and solve business problems. This course combines aspects of computer science including programming, multimedia applications and such with the business world including marketing, resource management, commerce and computing.
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