The Information Technology program focuses on the development of mathematically related software for industries, software development, database management, network management and the general structure and operation of computer hardware.
There is more and more demand for real-time information in today's business world. Information, and the communication of it, is the life-blood of organizations. This makes the role of the information technology engineer crucial too. Nearly all organizations make use of computerized technology, from global networks and databases to a PC on a desk. Therefore, Information Technology professionals are essential to keeping the modern wheels of business turning.
The INHolland University of Applied Sciences bachelor's degree program in Information Technology will teach you how to become an Information Technology Engineer. Not only that, it is also taught entirely in English - the business language of the world.
The study program Information Technology is organized along the guidelines of an engineering degree. It is built around a number of subject areas. The subject areas are Mathematics and Statistics, Software Development, Networking, Database Management Systems, Internet Programming, Information Science, Computer Hardware, Economics and Management and Communication Skills. The program also offers the Cisco CCNA and Cisco CCNP programs.
You will learn how to develop the knowledge, skills and know-how that you need for a career in Information Technology. The program focuses on software, hardware and mathematical modeling, as well as mathematical subjects related to engineering programs. Vital communication skills and the knowledge of how to organize and run a business are also part of the program.
Courses are organized in different ways, depending on the subject. Most courses consist partly of lectures and partly of practical work (lab). This practical work can be individual or group work. There are courses which focus on project work, either a number of small projects or one large project and some courses stress individual study.
You will learn to analyze, solve (business) problems and apply your knowledge and skills in the real world environment of a company during your internship in the third year. In semester eight you will carry out your final project and complete your Bachelor's thesis, again as an internee in a company and earn an allowance.
As a graduate, you will receive the title Bachelor of Engineering. This internationally recognized degree will enable you to apply for master's programs both in the Netherlands and abroad.
As a professional Information Technology engineer, you will be a motivated fast-thinker who enjoys working in a dynamic and specialized environment. You will need good communication skills, and will know how to implement your analytical skills and technological knowledge. You will move from solving day-to-day technical problems to helping your organization realize its strategy. Whether you are an employee working behind the scenes, a freelance consultant working on the front-line, or an entrepreneur running your own business, you can make a difference to any organization. Our degree in Information Technology will set you on the road to an exciting and challenging career.
Do you have a genuine interest in Information Technology and an appetite for mathematics? Would you like to work and collaborate with fellow students from all over the world? Do you want to be trained in analyzing and solving problems using standard and self-designed, custom-built software? If so, then this program is ideal for you.
Read what Information Technology students at Inholland have to say about the program. Qing Gu had a choice of 5 universities but chose to do her bachelor at Inholland.
Read what students have to say about the Information Technology program.
Besides the Information Technology Bachelor program, Inholland University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam/Diemen offers a range of other Engineering programs (in Dutch) such as Business Information Technology
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Students who would like to register for the Information Technology Bachelor program will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top professional Bachelor of Engineering degree from Inholland University of Applied Sciences.
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