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NCC Level 4 Diploma in Business Information Technology (L4DBIT)

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NCC Level 4 Diploma in Business Information Technology (L4DBIT)

Candidates must pass all eight units to be awarded with the
Level 4 Diploma in Business Information Technology certificate from NCC Education.

Essentials of
Computer Systems Computer
Databases Designing and Developing a Website eBusiness Skills for
Skills for Computing (15 Credits)
Designing and Developing a Website (15 Credits)
eBusiness (15 Credits)
Understanding Business Organisations (15 Credits)
Computer Networks (15 Credits)
Computer Systems (15 Credits)
Databases(15 Credits)
Essentials of Management (15 Credits)

Programme Fees 3,875,000 MMK
Exam Fees 465 USD (exclude resit and transfer fees)

Additional Payment
Uniform Fees 115,000 MMK
Trip Fees 100,000 MMK

1. Skills for Computing

This module provides the essential skills for a computing student (study, presentation, report-writing and data handling). Not only will this unit prepare students for successful outcomes in your studies, but it will also provide skills that can be applied in the workplace.

2. Designing and Developing a Website

This module develops practical skills in website design by providing a detailed understanding of mark-up languages, style sheets, design techniques and testing.

3. eBusiness

This module gives the opportunity to examine how organisations can use all aspects of eBusiness to create new products and services, reduce the cost of existing business processes and improve the efficiency of their operations using typical revenue models.

4. Understanding Business Organisations

This module provides an introduction to the objectives, roles, functions and various forms of business organisation as they adapt to a dynamic and changing environment, and also considers information and technology in regards to efficiency and performance.

5. Computer Networks

This module networking and communication skills are vitally important in today’s connected world. In this unit students will develop a good understanding of basic theory, but will also develop useful practical skills.

6. Computer Systems

This module addresses the development of practical skills in the configuration, maintenance, fault-finding and trouble- shooting of modern computer systems and develops knowledge of computer architecture.

7. Databases

This module provides thorough training in practical techniques of the design and development of database systems together with developing a sound understanding of the underpinning theory.

8. Essentials of Management

This module covers the principles and functions of management, teaching the key elements in planning and decision-making and the significance of different controls required in an organisation.