Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The effective use of information technology is crucial to every modern business. Students should not only develop the technical skills and knowledge required to create IT applications, but also gain a solid understanding of the business environment in which they operate.
The computing degree course not only prepares you for the current state of industry, but equips you with the skills adapt, thrive and lead in the future. We provide you with access to a wide range of technologies, media and resources, all of which develop your intellectual, technical, practical and professional skills in information technology fields.
Lectures will introduce you to key themes, theories and concepts, which you’ll explore and practise further in tutorial classes. You’ll also have access to online resources like CityU Library, Canvas study e-portal, discussion forums, textbooks and journal articles, in order to ensure that you develop a critical understanding of work in the discipline.
As a graduate you will be versatile, adaptable, technically literate, and well equipped to perform a variety of roles within the computing industry that include: network engineer, system analyst, web developer, IT administrator, application developer, IT solutions analyst, systems analyst, applications support analyst, technical support engineer, business IT consultant, IT security consultant, and project architect.
Information Technology continues to grow and evolve in today's world, BSc ITB graduates are increasingly sought after in a wide array of fields, like IT departments of various organisations, start-ups, and technology-based companies.