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International Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications & Programming

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International Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications & Programming

This course provides the entry knowledge normally required by a programmer, a junior system analyst, or an Information Technology specialist. The course is specially designed for students who already hold qualifications in Certificate in Commercial Computing Applications or its equivalence and allows students to attain a more in-depth understanding in the areas of computing and information technology.

Duration : 1 Year

To provide students with a level of knowledge and skills appropriate to the application of information technology. 
To understand those aspects of computer architecture (hardware and software) which affect the design of computer-based systems.
To ensure that students can describe the personnel issues involved with the design, implementation and operation of computer-based systems. 
To ensure that students are able to identify the activities of systems development and operation in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. 
To develop students' familiarity with the codes of conduct and codes of good practice of professional bodies so that they are aware of the practical and professional implications in their work environment. 
To develop communication skills. 
To learn to work in teams towards a common objective. 
Wherever possible to relate theory to practice.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE [Students have to complete 8 modules]
System Analysis and Design
Relational Database Design
Programming Using Visual Basic
Object Oriented Programming in Java
Computerized Accounting 
Practical Project 

Electives (Choose any 2)
1. Computer Architecture & Data Communication
2. Networking
3. ERP Programming
4. Information Management

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