Bachelor of Science: Information Technology – Year 3

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is to enable the qualifying student to enter various sub-categories within the Information Technology industry. The degree has been structured to allow students to choose an elective in one of three possible areas within the IT industry.

The curriculum has specific outcomes aimed at developing professional, generic and specific skills required within each area of elective. All aspects of the programme have extensive practical elements, with emphasis on group and individual work, and the associated business, communication and presentation skills. In addition, the student is assured of being exposed to the latest, cutting-edge IT technologies and strategies.

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Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology commenced operations in 1990 in Tongaat as a Computer Training Centre. It established branches in various provinces and today has a national footprint.
Locations
Nationwide
Duration
3 Years
Skills & Requirements
– A National Senior Certificate or equivalent with an endorsement for admission to a Degree, with a pass in Maths and one Science subject – Student who have passed RGIT HCIT/HCSE or an equivalent level 5 in the field of Information Technology. A-level students pass in two subjects – O-level students who have passed 12th class, or an equivalent A-level examination, or senior secondary school certificate, or a technical diploma after secondary school certificate with English and Maths in terms of the secondary education system – Mature Age Exemption for students above the age of 23 as set out in the Higher Education Regulations – Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
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