ICT:: Course Details
What is Information and Computer Technology
The Department of Information and Computer and Technology will be nationally recognized as a benchmark institution for educating professionals, practitioners, and future leaders of existing and emerging information technologies, and advancing economic development through engagement and discovery partnerships with business, industry, and government.
Aims & Objective
The Department of Information and Computer Technology educates professional practitioners and managers of information technology, accelerates information technology transfer to business and industry, and develops innovations in the application of emerging information technology through learning, engagement, and discovery by its faculty and students.
- To its students, the department provides world-class curricula that facilitate student-centered and laboratory-based learning of information technologies that are relevant to their lives and careers, valuable in terms of content and competencies, and connected to the needs of industry.
- To industry, the department produces practitioner-oriented information technology professionals and future leaders who can immediately contribute to problem solving and business results through application of information technology.
- Information and Computer actively partners with industry through engagement that both contribute to life-long learning as well as the discovery of application of information technology solutions to business needs.
- To other educators , the department is a partner through professional service and discovery of learning that extends the frontiers of information technology education and outreach.
- To society, the department is a citizen and partner that advance the economic and social development of the State of Indiana, the nation, and the world through technology transfer
Several years after graduation, ICT students will be:
- Practitioner-oriented information technology professionals
- Problem solvers who apply information technology solutions to busines needs
- Future information technology leaders
- Life-long learners
- A citizen and partner that advances the economic and social development of the local community, the state, the nation, and the world through technology transfer CIT’s program outcomes identify expectations for students immediately upon graduation. These outcomes align well with the four program outcomes as shown below:
ICT prepares students to be:
(A) Practitioner-oriented information technology professionals
- Use and apply information systems solutions
- Understand and apply high-level tools and emerging technologies
- Use and apply systems theory and concepts
(B) Problem solvers who apply information technology solutions to business needs
- Demonstrate independent critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Understand and apply system development methodologies
(C) Future information technology leaders
- Communicate effectively with customers, supervisors and peers, both orally and in writing
- Work effectively in teams to achieve a common goal
- Manage projects, change, resources, and conflict
(D) Life-long learners
- Understand the expectations of an Information Technology professional
(E) A citizen and partner that advances
- the economic and social development of the local community, the state, the nation, and the world through technology transfer.
Duration of the Courses for ICT
- Certificate – One Year
- Diploma – Two Year
- Advance Diploma – Three Year
Fee Structure : including P.D.
- Certificate Diploma Advance Diploma
Amount 10,000.00 9,500.00 9,000.00