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School of Information Technology

School of Information Technology

Welcome to the School of Computing & Information Technology

Current Status

When compared to traditional computing programs, School of Computing & Information Technology at LivingStone International University offers a unique approach to technology training, especially in light of the current challenges in the information technology industry.

Professional Limelight

We work on research projects which are distributed among the research tracks of the school. Whether you are an undergraduate student, graduate student, or a researcher, the School of Computing and Information Technology is the right place for you.

Our Focus

To equip Christ-centered students and leaders with relevant IT, industrial-based, entrepreneurial, management, and leadership skills that can be easily transferred to practical, on-the-job abilities to enable them initiate and innovate relevant their professions.

Career Opportunities

Our program has been developed to provide students with adequate theoretical and practical knowledge which will enable them to effectively participate in solving the complex problems of the IT industry. We equip students with the knowledge and skills required to contribute to the vital area of Information Technology. The knowledge and skills gained include web-based information systems as well as relevant applied research to develop and/or maintain appropriate and sustainable technical solutions to IT problems in a variety of fields. Our graduates have a competitive advantage to work with national and international organizations in wide-ranging fields.

Message from the Dean

The School of Computing and Information Technology is a dynamic and successful school, employing two academic staff and supported by four part-time lecturers who include both technical and professional staff. We teach a diverse and successful portfolio of undergraduate courses and future postgraduate courses. In total, we currently teach 30 undergraduate courses and about 40 CCNA and IT Essentials professional short-courses.

The School of Computing and Information Technology, specializing in professional teacher-led subjects as well as technical teaching subjects, is among the best performing schools in the university. We currently have both full-time and part-time students, and programs offered by the school cover a wide range of fields, including information technology and professional short-courses.

You are at the beginning of an exciting journey, and I am confident that we can provide the challenges and opportunities that you are seeking. Browse through our web page and if you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.

Curriculum structure

The LIU BSc IT curriculum is designed to provide an effective integration of practical skills and industrial experience well backed by theoretical knowledge in key aspects of IT. This rich curriculum includes a mandatory 8-week industrial placement after second year. This curriculum provides a strong foundation for building sustainable, web-based information systems grounded on programming methodologies, database management systems, and networking skills which provides a good opportunity for students to develop and grow their skills progressively. Additionally, there is a research project that is covered over the final semesters. The Research Methods course provides the basics and practice needed for students to specify their design and to implement and produce a complete report which is assessed by a panel of IT department faculty in the second semester of the final year.

Curriculum Duration: 3 Years