With a focus on first-hand experience and real-world applications, this program prepares graduates for successful careers in IT.
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (IT) trains students to meet the information and communication technology needs of government, business, healthcare, universities, and other organizations. Information Technology is the use of computers and telecommunication systems to create, manipulate, store, organize, retrieve, and transmit data. It entails development, installation, implementation, management, and upkeep of computer hardware and software within businesses, universities, and other organizations.
Graduates of IT are responsible for the development and selection of appropriate computer hardware and software products and systems for organizations, as well as the installation, customization, implementation, management, and maintenance of such products and systems for computer users in organizations.
Graduates of our Information Technology program are well-prepared for a wide range of careers in the field of technology. Some potential roles for graduates include:
Network Administrator: Design, install, and maintain computer networks, troubleshoot network issues, and ensure network security and reliability.
Database Administrator: Manage, organize, and maintain databases, design and implement data storage and retrieval systems, and ensure data security and integrity.
Systems Analyst: Analyze business requirements and technology systems, design and implement information systems, and troubleshoot system issues.
Web Developer: Design and develop websites, create user interfaces, and ensure websites are secure and user-friendly.
In addition to these specific roles, graduates can also pursue careers in various industries, such as:
E-commerce: Develop and maintain e-commerce websites, design and implement payment processing systems, and analyze customer data to identify trends and insights.
Healthcare: Design and implement software systems for electronic health records, medical imaging, and patient monitoring, and ensure data privacy and security.
Finance: Develop financial software applications, manage data security for financial institutions, and analyze financial data to identify trends and insights.
Education: Develop educational software applications and platforms, design and maintain school websites, and create online learning modules.
Furthermore, this program also prepares graduates for entrepreneurship and innovation, enabling them to start their own tech companies or work in the startup industry. With a strong foundation in programming languages, web development, database management, and systems analysis, graduates of our Information Technology program are well-equipped to make a positive impact in the world of technology.
Program Learning Outcomes
|Year 1 – Freshmen|
Introduction to Computer and Applications
Introduction to Statistics
|Year 2 – Sophomore|
Internet & Web Programming
|Year 3 – Junior|
Applied Networks and Security
|Year 4 – Senior|
IT Project Planning & Management
How to Apply?
Choose MAAUN as your First Choice on JAMB Portal.
Register on MAAUN Portal using your JAMB number.
Pay your admission fee.
Once verified, complete your application online.
Upload all the required documents and your passport size picture on the MAAUN Portal before submitting your application.
After you submit your application, an admissions representative will contact you and will help you to complete the process.
You’ll also be able to tract the progress of the application on the MAAUN portal
Once you’ve completed your application and connected with an admissions representative, you’re ready to create your schedule.