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Undergraduate Programmes Artificial Intelligence Bioinformatics Data Communications & Networking
I.T. Management Security Technology

Medical I.T.


Programme Coordinator: Ms. Ooi Shih Yin Tel: 06-252 3053
Programme
Co-coordinator:
Ms. Chong Siew Chin Tel: 06-252 3008
Industrial Advisor: Dr. Antony Ng (CEO of D'Crypt Pte. Ltd.)
Study Duration: 3 years (Full Time)
Intake: March/June/October
Entry Requirements: click here
Tuition Fees: click here


The Security Technology is designed to develop knowledge and skills in security management and technologies necessary for employment in areas such as government and corporate security, strategic facilities security, private sector and retail security, financial institutions and major security organisations.


The course emphasises on the functions and management of security technology in the protection of assets and is supported by appropriate studies in cyber law and ethics. Graduates of this course will be equipped for a career in the security industry.


Potential Career Prospects: Security Auditor, Security Penetration Tester, Computer Forensic Investigator, Software Engineer, Systems Analyst, and Programmer.


Programme Outcomes

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Definition
PO1
Apply soft skills in work and career related activities
PO2 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of fundamental concepts, principles and best practices
PO3 Analyse the requirements to address problems or opportunities in relevant domains or organisations
PO4 Recognise and pursue continued life-long learning throughout their career
PO5 Blend innovative mind and entrepreneurial skills
PO6 Relate moral and ethical values to the practice of a professional
PO7 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles, and theories relating to security technology
PO8 Apply principles and knowledge of security technology in relevant areas
PO9 Design, integrate, implement and manage information technology solutions and resources, and recognise the impact of technology on individuals, organisations and society


Programme Structures

Academic Session June October March
2008/2009 Programme Structure
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Requirement For Registration
2009/2010 Programme Structure -
Requirement For Registration
2010/2011 Programme Structure
Requirement For Registration
2011/2012 Programme Structure
Requirement For Registration
2012/2013
Programme Structure
Requirement For Registration
2013/2014
Programme Structure
Requirement For Registration
2014/2015
Programme Structure
Pre-Requisite
2015/2016
Programme Structure
Pre-Requisite
2016/2017
Programme Structure
Pre-Requisite
2017/2018
Programme Structure - -
Pre-Requisite - -


Listing of Subjects:

Listing of Subjects (2014/2015 onwards):
Common Subjects
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TAO1221
TDC1231
TCP1121
TOP2121
TDS2111
TDB1131
TSA2131
TMA1111
TMA1211
TOS1141
Computer Architecture and Organisation
Data Communications and Networking
Computer Programming
Object Oriented Programming
Data Structures and Algorithms
Database Systems
Systems Analysis and Design
Mathematical Techniques
Discrete Mathematics and Probability
Operating Systems


Specialisation Subjects
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TAC3121
TCN2141
TCP3151
TCS2251
TDF3241
TEH3221
TIA2221
TIT3131
TMI3231
TPB3141
TSA2151
TSI2241
TWT2231
TEP1241
THI2211
TPR3321
TTV2161
Applied Cryptography
Computer Networks
Integrative Programming and Technologies
Computer Security
Digital Forensics
Ethical Hacking and Security Assessment
Information Assurance and Security
Information Theory
Malware and Intrusion Detection
Password Authentication and Biometrics
System Administration and Maintenance
System Integration and Architecture
Web Techniques and Applications
Ethics and Professional Conducts
Human Computer Interaction
Project
Technopreneur Venture


Industrial Training
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TIT2311 Industrial Training


Elective Subjects
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TCL2501
TWM3431
TPS2491
TNS3131
TCC3141
TTP3121
TWC3231
TTIA3121
TMM3341
TPR2251
Cyber Law on E-commerce
Digital Watermarking
Physical Security
Network Security and Management
Cloud Computing
TCP IP Programming
Mobile and Wireless Communications
Information Systems Audit
Data Mining and Machine Learning Systems
Pattern Recognition

* The information in this page are subject to changes without prior notice. Please check with the faculty office to obtain the latest information.