The Bachelor of Computing with Honours in Internet Technology programme (BCOMPHITJ/JUPAS JSSU71) aims to provide graduates with the breadth of understanding of theories and practices in the field of computing. Graduates at the honours level will also have an in-depth understanding of a specialized sub-area of computing, that is Internet Technology, especially in developing applications on and for the Internet.
This programme, which is in fulltime face-to-face mode, was first offered in 2004. It has since produced over 700 graduates.
Graduates of OUHK Computing are renowned in the IT industry for their good work ethics, broad technical competence, and being well versed in software development and system integration tools. They are found in major IT companies, public organizations, and large and small startups, using their knowledge and skills to contribute to the local innovative economy.This programme provides multiple entry points: Year 1 Entry through JUPAS and Senior Year Entry through Direct Application at the OUHK website.
Some major academic prizes received since 2010 are listed below:
|Prizes and Awards||Total Number of Awards||Top Three In Years|
|IEEE Student Paper Contest||4||2010, 2011, 2013, 2015|
|IEEE Computational Intelligence Chapter FYP Competition||8||2013 (x2), 2016, 2017 (x2), 2018 (x2), 2019|
|ACMHK Collegiate Programming Contest||1||2013|
|IEEE Macau Student Project Competition||2||2012, 2013|
Graduates are qualified to work as programmers, software engineers, analyst programmers, information technology officers, and other entry-level roles in the exciting and growing field of IT. The training received by the graduates would allow them to continuously develop their technical skills in selected areas. They would also acquire skills and knowledge of the business and industrial world beneficial for possible future promotion to a managerial or leadership position.
View the following short video (01:30) for thoughts of our 2017 Graduates about this programme.
Graduates of this programme have been admitted in various postgraduate programmes in local and overseas universities. Graduates may choose to study for a postgraduate degree in an advanced area in computing and information technology, or in other areas for the broadening of their exposure and skill set. Some of them are also pursuing for a doctoral research degree.