Higher Diploma In Computer Science (HDCS)

Faculty of Computing > Higher Diploma In Computer Science

Course Overview

The comprehensive syllabus of HDCS which specialize for software Engineering .HDCS has been designed in accordance with the Sri Lanka Qualification Framework (SLQF). This consists of 20 Modules and 9 Optional (noncredit) Modules. 

Suitable for

Duration

2 years (Final project & 6 Months Implant training include) 

Minimum Admission Requirement

General Certificate of Education (Advanced level) or

An equivalent qualification and completion of a minimum of 30 credits at SLQF Level 3(NVQ 3), Or

Completion of NVQ level 4 followed by a corresponding cognitive bridging programme of minimum 30 credits as determined by the academic authority of the HEI concerned may also be considered as an equivalent qualification in that field of specialization.

Program Structure

Modules

SEMESTER 01

# Subject Code Subject
01
M01
Business English (2 Credits)
02
M02
Operating System Concepts (2 Credits)
03
M03
Computer Systems (3 Credits)
04
M04
Office Automation (3 Credits)
05
M05
Hardware Engineering (3 Credits)

SEMESTER 02

# Subject Code Subject
06
M06
Internet technology & Networking

(3 Credits)
07
M07
Web Designing & Web Project

(4 Credits)
08
M08
Computer Graphics (2 Credits)
09
M09
IT Project management (2 Credits)
10
M10
Database Management System(DBMS)

(3 Credits)

SEMESTER 03

# Subject Code Subject
11
M11
Mathematics for ICT (3 Credits)
12
M12
Programming Techniques with C

(4 Credits)
13
M13
Data structure & Algorithm(3 Credits)
14
M14
Advanced JAVA Programming

(4 Credits)
15
M15
Professional Issues in IT (2 Credits)

SEMESTER 04

# Subject Code Subject
16
M16
Software Engineering (3 Credits)
17
M17
Programming Laboratory C#

(4 Credits)
18
M18
Advanced Internet Technology

& Web Development. (4 Credits)
19
M19
System Analysis & Design (2 Credits)
20
M20
Final Project(Web & Software)

(4 Credits)

OPTIONAL MODULES Workshops (None Credits)

# Subject Code Subject
01
M01
Open Source with Linux
02
M02
Internet & E-money
03
M03
Web Designing Concepts
04
M04
Hardware and Networking Practical
05
M05
Standard Project Documentation

Soft skills Development Programs

# Subject Code Subject
06
M06
Learn How to Learning (Noncredit)
07
M07
Be the Best (Noncredit)
08
M08
Be a Part of a Winning Team

(Noncredit)

Assessment Methods

Certification

Lincoln University College – Malaysia 

Volume of Learning

The volume of learning in each Module is described in terms of Credits.

According to the SLQF credit system, the student workload of a study programme is defined as 1700 notional learning hours per academic year.

The notional learning hours include direct contact hours with teachers and trainers, time spent in self-learning, preparation for assignments, carrying out assignments and assessments. The need to undertake any or all of these will be considered when a credit is being allocated to a course unit or a module, when the syllabus is designed. It is understood that the combination of learning activities may vary from one course unit or module to another. 

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