The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology offers 2 types of courses at Undergraduate Level, these being -
Please continue reading, in order to learn more on these two Undergraduate Level courses offered by our Faculty.
The latest version of the B.Sc. (Hons) ICT Degree by-laws (inclusive of Course Entry Requirements), are available from the Registrar's Office webpage.
As from October 2012, the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology launched a number of new degree courses managed by its five departments.
The Faculty introduced the following five exclusive degree courses:
B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Engineering (CE)
B.Sc. (Hons) in Computing Science (CS)
B.Sc. IT (Hons) in Artificial Intelligence (AI)
B.Sc. IT (Hons) in Computing and Business (CB) - Business or Finance Stream
B.Sc. IT (Hons) in Software Development (SD)
These 3-year FULL-TIME degrees replaced the old 3-year B.Sc. (Hons) ICT Degree.
These new degree programmes aim to produce graduates who are fit to occupy responsible positions in the today's Information and Communication Technology industry according to the area within ICT that they choose to focus upon.
The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology offers also a 5-year PART-TIME Evening undergraduate B.Sc. (Hons) ICT Degree. This degree is meant for persons who wish to obtain a recognized degree in ICT, but who cannot register for a morning programme due to work or other reasons.
Lectures are held three times a week in the evenings (18:00 to 20:00) and on alternate Saturdays (if deemed necessary). The progamme of studies is virtually identical to the morning degree and designed to give students a solid background in the core ICT topics.
This degree is divided into two parts being as follows:
Part 1: After the first two years following this course, students who wish to stop or to suspend their studies, will be eligible for the award of a Diploma in ICT certificate. Students who complete Part 1 are also automatically eligible and accepted for Part 2 of the degree programme.
Overview description for Part 1, is available from Here.
Part 2: Following the successful completion of Part 1, students can continue with their quest to pursue studies for a further three years, which will be leading to the award of a B.Sc. (Hons) ICT.
Overview description for Part 2, is available from Here.
Tuition Fees payable by Maltese & EU students commencing programmes of studies in academic year 2012/3, can be accessed by clicking Here.
9 March 2014