Information technology program

The information technology (IT) training program aims to train bachelors in IT with good political quality and good health; have solid practical knowledge, comprehensive theoretical knowledge, in-depth knowledge in the IT field; ability to self-study and self-research in order to achieve higher levels of research, teaching, working at agencies, companies related to information technology and information technology applications. .

1. Detail goal:

MT1: Undertakes intensive work in the IT field at public agencies, organizations, businesses in the country and internationally.

MT2: Updating new technologies and techniques in the industry to improve professional qualifications and meet the changing requirements of the job.

MT3: Always promoting lifelong learning motivation, being passionate about the job, active and creative in professional work.

Standard output

2.1. Knowledge

* General knowledge

– CDR1: Applying knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, information technology, foreign languages, to the field of Information Technology.

* Expertise

– CDR2: Analysis of operating principles of computer operating systems, software development methods, programming techniques, databases, computer networks, information security to build software development and operation, information system management, network security.

– CDR3: Assessing the quality of software, network systems, system security, construction process and information system development in detail according to a number of criteria.

– CDR4: Designing software, websites, management information systems; database security applications, software application security and network security.

2.2. Skill

* General skills

– CDR5: Applying creative thinking skills and critical skills in scientific research and technological development.

– CDR6: Coordinate in teamwork when joining a group to develop information technology solutions related to many fields.

– CDR7: Applying multimedia communication skills, adapting to multicultural environment, reading and understanding English documents in IT.

* Advanced skill

– CDR8: Fluent in at least one programming language, at least one database management system.

– CDR9: Applying the skills of surveying, collecting and processing information to serve scientific research and professional practical needs effectively.

– CDR10: Developing software and applications for many fields such as management, education, biology, agriculture, economics …

– CDR11: Solving technical problems arising in construction, operation, maintenance and security of software systems, network systems, information systems.

2.3. Autonomy and responsibility

– CDR12: Compliance with laws, internal regulations and professional ethical standards.

– CDR13: Having responsibilities for the profession, the responsibility for the collective, adhering to the principles of occupational safety and responsibility for environmental protection.

– CDR14: Entrepreneurial spirit and lifelong learning.

Career orientation of learners after graduation

– After graduating from university, IT majors have the ability to work in units operating in the field of Information Technology with the main job positions:

+ Developers (do software applications on computers, phones, web), software architects, designers, software testing and testing specialists; software project management specialist;

+ Specialist in designing, deploying network system, managing networks;

+ Experts in network security, data security and software;

+ Specialists manage, analyze and process big data in businesses and organizations;

+ Specialists formulating projects, coordinating and planning information technology development policies for organizations and enterprises;

– After a period of accumulating experience, bachelor of Information Technology is capable of holding managerial positions such as Team Leader, Project Manager, Head of Information Technology, and can start up Karma.

– Capable of working as a lecturer at IT training institutions, IT researchers at research institutes and centers.