Programme Structure

What are the available Courses?
Foundation in Information Technology (FIT) programme consists of three courses and all examinations are conducted only in English medium.

FIT 103: Fundamentals of Computing
This course provides basic ICT (Information and Communication Technology) knowledge and skills required for the office environment. It ensures that the learner possesses required knowledge and skills to use office applications competently. It encompasses eight modules: (1) Computing for the Society, (2) Introduction to Computers, (3) Word Processing for Electronic Documents, (4) Spreadsheets for Calculation, (5) Multimedia and Electronic Presentation, (6) Data and Databases, (7) The Internet and Web Applications, and (8) Programming. Also, students could use Microsoft Office 2010 as the office package when they sit for examination. There will be a two-hour Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) based e-Test and a two-hour practical test for Fundamentals of Computing course.

You can find the detailed syllabus here - FIT 102 (effective from February 2020)

FIT 203: English for Computing
This course has been designed to provide language and communication skills in English from beginners to intermediate learners who want to pursue studies as well as careers in Information Communication Technology (ICT). All four areas of competency in English language, such as Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing will be covered in this syllabus and the learning activities are designed considering ICT working environment. There will be a two-hour Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) based e-Test to evaluate reading, listening capabilities and a two-hour practical test to evaluate speaking and writing skills.

You can find the detailed syllabus here - FIT 202 (effective from February 2020)

FIT 303: Mathematics for Computing
Mathematics plays an important role in Information Technology. The aim of this course is to provide basic mathematical and statistical concepts. After successful completion of this course, the learner will possess problem solving and analytical skills together with required mathematical & statistical knowledge to solve problems in computing. Hence, this will be very useful for anyone who is planning to pursue a carrier in ICT or related sector. There will be a two-hour Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) based e-Test.

You can find the detailed syllabus here - FIT 302 (effective from February 2020)