Choosing Information Technology
The study of Information Technology focuses on using computer applications and programs to ease the business process. Typical areas of study include, but are not limited to, Information Systems, Human Communication and Business Organisation, Database Systems, Software, Programming Techniques and System Development.
At Advanced level, candidates are currently required to sit for two papers and submit a database, a programming and a web design project.
At Intermediate level candidates are required to sit for one paper and submit a web design, a database and a human communications and business organisation project.
You can study Information Technology at:
|Advanced Level||No previous knowledge is required||2 years||5 lessons per week||1 tutorial per week
2 practice sessions per week
|Intermediate Level||No previous knowledge is required||2 years||3 lessons per week||N/A|
- Information Technology Advanced or Intermediate cannot be taken with Computing Advanced or Computing Intermediate.
The teaching programme is supplemented by:
- Occasional visits to Private Tertiary Education Institutions and companies in the private sector.
Further Studies/Career opportunities
- University of Malta
- Careers in software development, web development and systems analysis.