Diploma in Information Technology

About Diploma in Information Technology

This is the Diploma level of Professional Examinations.

By beginning the Diploma in Information Technology level course Lincoln College assumes knowledge of the Certificate in Information Technology level modules (or exemption) and focuses on the following:

  • Professional Issues in Information Systems Practice (Core Module)
  • Computer Networks
  • Database Systems
  • IT Project Management
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Systems Analysis
  • Principles of Internet Technologies
  • IT Service Management
  • Software Engineering 1
  • Systems Design
  • Principles of User Interface Design

Lincoln College ecommends a minimum of 225 hours study per module. The course culminates in a 2 hour written exam focusing on the one core module and each of the three optional modules of your choice.

Professional Project:

In order to finish the Diploma in IT level candidates must complete a project. Recommended minimum study time of 200 hours. Successful completion of the project and examination enables you to apply for selected degree courses with universities.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal academic entry requirements. However, before beginning level, Lincoln College recommends that you are educated to UK GCE A-Level standard.

Level of Study

  • Duration: 1 Year
  • Starting Dates: January, April, June, September
  • Assessments: Assignments, Examinations
  • Awarding Body: Lincoln College
  • When I first arrived at Lincoln College I couldnt communicate very well with some of the other students. However, after just a short while I felt at home and my English improved quite quickly. Thank you to all the staff and teachers at Lincoln College.

    - Mr M Nabil Subair
    - Sri Lanka. ID: LC062
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