Information Systems Management Degree Programme
Prepare for an exciting career in:
- Computer Networking
- Computer Programming
- Web Development
- Database Systems
- Systems Analysis
- IT Management
- IT Consulting
What You Can Earn
Associate of Science Degree in Information Systems Management (A.S. ISM)
- Two (2) year programme
- Awarded by UWI-ROYTEC upon completion of all year 1 and year 2 courses
Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems Management (B.Sc. ISM)
- Four (4) year programme
- Awarded by UWI-ROYTEC upon completion of the Associate Degree and all year 3 and year 4 courses
Structure and Delivery
The programmes are offered on a Full-time and Part-time basis, and are delivered through a combination of classroom lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions.
Entry to the Bachelor of Science Degree requires successful completion of the Associate of Science Degree.
Both the Associate and Bachelor Degree programmes include a major final project to demonstrate real-world application of the knowledge and skills acquired during study.
|Associate Degree Level (Years 1 and 2)
||Bachelor Degree Level (Years 3 and 4)
**Associate of Science Degree in Information Systems Management Awarded
**Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems Management Awarded
Please note that the above courses represent a revised programme of study effective September 2011. Students who began their studies prior to September 2011 are expected to follow their original programme of study for the award of the Associate of Science Degree in Information Systems Management.
Associate Degree Programme:
A minimum of five (5) CXC passes, (General Proficiency) Grades I and II (Grade III accepted from June 1998 onwards) or five (5) GCE O' Level passes, Grades A, B and C or equivalent) including English Language and Mathematics.
Students may also be considered on the basis of their work experience, training and educational background as deemed relevant by the UWI-ROYTEC Admissions Committee to be the equivalent of the above for the purpose of study and may be subject to an interview.
Bachelor Degree Programme:
Students who have successfully completed the Associate Degree Programme (63 credit hours) and maintain a GPA of 1.5 may apply for entry into Bachelor Degree Programme (57 credit hours).
This programme of study is recognised by the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago.