English for Specific Purposes-Study Skills-Mathematics for Engineers I-Physics I-ICT Skills-Principles of Economics-Principles of Marketing-English for Specific Purposes-Mathematics for Engineers II-Engineering Drawing and CAD-Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Systems-Computer Programming-Principles of Accounting -Information Technology Infrastructure-Introduction to computer hardware and Maintenance-Operating systems and mobile devices.
English for Academic Purposes I-Advanced Computer Programming in C++-Database Design and Management-Information Systems-Computer Architecture and Maintenance-Web Technology-GIS (Geographic Information Systems).
English for Academic Purposes I-Advanced Computer Programming in C++-Database Design and Management-Information Systems-Computer Architecture and Maintenance-Web Technology-GIS (Geographic Information Systems)-English for Academic Purposes I-Digital and Electronic Circuits-Database Programming-Systems Analysis and Design-E-Business Applications and Development-Information Systems Security-Computer Networks-Network basics.-Routing and switching technologies.
Computer and Network Security-Money and Banking-Multimedia Technologies-Human Centered Design-Operating System Concepts-Accounting Information Systems-System Modeling and Simulation-Mobile Applications Development-IT Innovation and Entrepreneurship-Research Methodology-Industrial Attachment—Advanced LAN and Wireless-WAN technologies and Troubleshooting.
Business Intelligence-Fundamentals of Telecommunication-Information Systems Project Management-Wireless Networks-Research Project I-System and Network Administration-Enterprise Systems-Legal and Ethical Issues in Information Systems-IS Strategy, Management and Acquisition-Research Project II.
This programme is part of a cooperative program of the school of ICT of the University of Rwanda, and focuses on the applications of information technology in Industry, Government, Non-Government and Business, and should result into an exciting career in those areas.
Also, In line with the aspirations of the Vision 2020 for the Republic of Rwanda, the programme seeks to provide an education in Information Technology of International standards, and is in conformity with the road map, guidelines and Implementation procedures established by the Government of Rwanda through its National Information and Communication Infrastructure plans of 2001.
At the end of the programme, the learners should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
• How information technology is used within organizations
• The fundamentals of business programming; the techniques used to develop business information systems
• Current business information systems
• Organizational system process analysis
Graduates will also have an understanding of:
• The applications of information technology in industry
• Systems development within organizations
• How information systems can support business processes and decision making within organizations and project management.
Exit Award: Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information Systems (BSCIS)