Bachelor of Science Honours in Information Technology (Robotics)

Programme overview:

Bachelor of Science Honours in Information Technology (Robotics) study mode Study mode: Full-time
Bachelor of Science Honours in Information Technology (Robotics) duration Duration:
Minimum: 1 year
Maximum: 2 years
Full-time
Bachelor of Science Honours in Information Technology (Robotics) support Support: Fully supported

Programme details:

NQF Level 8 | Technology | Honours
The BSc Hons in IT is a highly challenging postgraduate degree that prepares you for senior positions in the computer industry, entrepreneurship and academic world in relation to Robotics.

Our qualification provides you with advanced knowledge and practical skills in six compulsory modules with a strong emphasis on Data Mining and Database Administration, Business Objects Service-Oriented Architecture, Pattern Recognition in Robotics and Digital Image Processing. 

Within the structure of two research modules, you will direct and drive your own independent research project that will culminate in a dissertation. In addition, you will learn how to plan, organise and
manage projects with an emphasis on finding innovative ways of doing so. You will develop skills that are crucial for the workplace and for management such as critical, analytical and independent thinking, meeting deadlines, perseverance and adaptability, working in groups and communicating effectively.

We attribute the success of this honours degree to its unique blend of academic rigour and real-world application as well as a curriculum that is relevant, current and industry-driven. For all these reasons,
our graduates have excellent management and entrepreneurial abilities, which make them highly sought after in the IT industries.

If you want to take your undergraduate BSc degree in Informatics, Computer Science, Internet Communication, Information Technology, Information Systems or equivalent for the specific honours degree to another level, register with Eduvos.
 

Intake:
Semester 1: February
Semester 2: July

More information:

Entry requirements
• You need a recognised undergraduate BSc degree in Informatics, Computer Science, Internet Communication, Information Technology or Information Systems or equivalent for the specific honours degree.
And
• You need a minimum of 60% average during the exit year of the applicable undergraduate degree.
• Specific modules may be required to have been completed at the undergraduate level.
Programme accreditation
• Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE)
• South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) 
• Information Technology Association (ITA
Possible career options
Careers for you, as a Bachelor of Science Honours in Information Technology (Robotics) graduate, are varied and include:
 
Robotics Engineer
Robotics Programmer
Control Engineer
 
These individuals are highly sought after in most engineering and related industries.
This qualification is offered at the following campuses
Midrand
Qualification structure
Students will complete the following modules:

• Data Mining and Data Administration
• Research Methodology
• Research Project
• Business Objects Service-Oriented Architecture
• Pattern Recognition in Robotics
• Digital Image Processing