The learning processes at the School of Information Technology (SIT) focus on the interdisciplinary values and professional qualities relevant in the growing and ever-changing field of Information Technology. In line with the entrepreneurial spirit of the university, SIT is divided into two arms:
- The teaching and formation arm headed by the Dean.
- The practical arm which exists under the framework of the university’s Center for Entrepreneurship, Research and Innovation (CUIB-CERI).
SIT maintains partnerships with other institutions, various companies, organizations and the community towards the success of its students.
All programs within SIT share certain objectives.
Graduates will be able to effectively communicate their ideas in both written and oral form understanding that communication is a cooperative process.
Graduates will be able to analyze situations and successfully determine cause and effect.
Graduates will know how to use contemporary research tools as well as more traditional methods to locate and analyze information and develop knowledge.
Graduates will be able to format and present information of various kinds (both technical and nontechnical) and deliver that information in a manner most appropriate to the message and the audience.
Graduates will have an understanding of the difference between theory and practice and how to extract from theory and extend its application to real-world situations.
Liberal Arts Objective
Graduates will recognize that a broad knowledge base is critical to their ability to fully contribute to their professions and communities.
Lifelong Learning Objective
Graduates will recognize that lifelong learning is essential to the ongoing process of professional and personal development.