Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

I. OBJECTIVES

1.1. Knowledge

The undergraduate students in Information Technology will be equipped with fundamental and specialized knowledge in this field. Besides, the program also leads students to the latest information technology issues of the life.


1.2. Skill

The undergraduate students in Information Technology will be trained with highly practical skills in almost all the domains of Information Technology. These students are also provided well with team-work, communication as well as in order to assist their study, research and integration with local and international Information Technology community after graduation.

1.3. Ability

The graduated students with Bachelor of Information Technology are able of consulting and performing tasks in the role of Information Technology experts, satisfying the requirements of the society for research and application of Information Technology. They are also able of working and carrying out research independently as well as adapting to the fast development of Information Technology.

1.4. Attitude

The graduated students with Bachelor of Information Technology will possess a good virtue, good awareness of discipline, professional and serious manner of working, good ethics of information protection and copyright, and enthusiasm of team-work and practice of discipline and communication skill. They will also have good awareness of learning uninterruptedly in order to catch up with the high level of Information Technology development in the region and in the world.
Beside above main objective, there are also specific objectives for the students of each major in Information Technology:

a. Information Systems

Having a throughout grasp of fundamental and specialized knowledge in Information System in order to meet the Information Technology development and application requirements of the society. Being able to advice, consult, and construct advanced information systems for economic management, administration, and services.

b. Software Engineering

Having a throughout grasp of fundamental and specialized knowledge in Software Engineering: development process, management and maintenance of software systems; analysis, design and management of software projects. Being able to carry out and manage different jobs in the field of Software Engineering. Being able to set up models and apply the regulations of software engineering into the real life. Being able to carrying out research and raising new development trends in Software Engineering.  

c. Computer Science

Having a throughout grasp of fundamental and specialized knowledge in Computer Science in order to understand the problems of algorithm analysis and design, and solution development for big application problems in the real life. Being able of carrying out research, developing and applying Information Technology for science and the society. Being able of carrying out research and solve fundamental problem of Information Technology.

d. Computer Networks and Communication

Having a throughout grasp of fundamental and specialized knowledge in Computer Networks and Communication in order to satisfy the demand of research and application in the field of Computer Networks and Communication. Being able to design, manufacture, maintain, test and administrate computer network and communication systems. Being able to carrying out research and raising new development trends in Computer Network and Communication.

II. PROGRAM CONTENTS

2.1. Requirements

Total number of required credits is 135, divided as follows:
- Common Knowledge Subjects                                                  33 credits
  (Subjects Physical Education and National Defence Education not included)
- Social Science and Humanities Subjects                                    04 credits
               + Elective Subjects:                04/08 credits
- Basic Science Subjects                                                             35 credits
- Fundamental Subjects                                                               42 credits
- Specialization Subjects                                                             11 credits
               + Compulsory Subjects:         08 credits
               + Elective Subjects:                04 credits
- Graduate thesis                                                                         10 credits

2.2. The Curriculum

No
Subjects
Credits
Credit hours
Prerequisite Subject
(subject no.)
Lecture
Practice
Self-study
Theory
Exercise
Discussion
I
Common Knowledge Subjects
(not include subjects 12 to 16)
33
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Marxist-Leninist Philosophy
4
40
 
10
 
10
 
2
Marxist-Leninist Political Economics
3
30
 
12
 
3
1
3
Scientific Socialism
2
20
2
6
 
2
2
4
History of the Vietnamese Communist Party 
2
24
 
4
 
2
2
5
Ho Chi Minh Ideology
2
20
 
6
2
2
4
6
Fundamental Informatics 1
4
20
 
2
38
 
 
7
Fundamental Informatics 2
2
16
2
 
12
 
6
8
English 1
4
18
18
18
 
6
 
9
English 2
3
15
13
13
 
4
8
10
English 3
3
15
13
13
 
4
9
11
Specialized English
4
18
18
18
 
6
10
12
Physical Education 1
2
2
 
 
26
2
 
13
Physical education 2
2
2
 
 
26
2
12
14
National Defence Education 1
2
14
 
12
 
4
 
15
National Defence Education 2
2
14
 
12
 
4
14
16
National Defence Education 3
3
18
 
3
21
3
 
II
Social Science and Humanities Subjects
4/8
 
 
 
 
 
 
17
General Logic
2
20
6
 
 
4
1
18
General Psychology
2
20
4
4
 
2
 
19
General Pedagogy
2
14
6
10
 
 
 
20
Introduction to Management Science
2
20
5
5
 
 
 
III
Basic Science Subjects
35
 
 
 
 
 
 
21
Advanced Mathematics (Algebra 1)
2
20
10
 
 
 
 
22
Advanced Mathematics (Algebra 2)
2
20
10
 
 
 
21
23
Advanced Mathematics (Analysis 1)
5
45
30
 
 
 
 
24
Advanced Mathematics (Analysis 2)
5
45
30
 
 
 
23
25
Fundamental Physics 1
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
26
Fundamental Physics 2
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
27
Fundamental Physics 3
2
20
7
 
 
3
22, 24
28
Discrete Mathematics
4
38
22
 
 
 
7, 22, 24
29
Probability, Statistics and Random Processes
4
30
30
 
 
 
22, 24
30
Numerical Methods
3
25
20
 
 
 
22, 24
31
Digital Signal Processing
2
30
 
 
 
 
22, 24¸26
IV
Fundamental Subjects
42
 
 
 
 
 
 
32
Information Theory
2
21
6
3
 
 
6
33
Computer Architecture
2
21
6
3
 
 
7, 25, 26
34
Introduction to Database Systems
2
20
8
2
 
 
7, 32
35
Operating System Principles
2
24
 
 
 
6
7
36
SQL Languages
3
10
3
2
30
 
34
37
High-Level Programming Languages
4
21
9
 
24
6
7
38
Object-Oriented Programming
3
20
6
4
15
 
37
39
Data Structures and Algorithms
4
38
16
 
 
6
7
40
Visual Programming Environments
2
15
3
2
10
 
38, 39
41
Information Systems Analysis and Design
3
21
9
6
9
 
34, 37
42
Software Engineering
2
21
6
3
 
 
34, 37
43
Introduction to Compilers
2
18
6
3
 
3
28, 37, 39
44
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
2
18
6
3
 
3
28, 37, 39
45
Introduction to Computer Networks
3
20
 
7
18
 
7, 33
46
Network Operating System Pratice
2
 
 
 
30
 
45
47
Web-based Programming
2
15
12
 
3
 
37, 46
48
Computer Graphics
2
18
10
 
 
2
28, 39, 40
V
Specialization Subjects
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1
Information Systems Major
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1.1
Compulsory Subjects
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
49
Information Systems Pratice
2
 
 
 
30
 
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
50
Advanced Topics in Information Systems
3
3
 
30
 
12
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
V.1.2
Elective Subjects
6/12
 
 
 
 
 
 
51
Advanced Database
2
20
6
4
 
 
34
52
Data Security
2
18
 
3
9
 
34, 40,45
53
UNIX Operating System
2
15
 
3
12
 
40, 45
54
Web-based Database Applications
2
18
 
3
9
 
34, 36, 47
55
Distributed Databases
2
24
 
6
 
 
34, 36, 45
56
Web Mining
2
24
 
6
 
 
34, 45
V.2
Software Engineering Major
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.2.1
Compulsory Subjects
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
57
Software Engineering Pratice
2
 
 
 
30
 
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
58
Advanced Topics in Software Engineering
3
3
 
30
 
12
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
V.2.2
Elective Subjects
6/14
 
 
 
 
 
 
59
CASE Tools
2
12
8
2
8
 
34, 37, 39
60
Embedded Programming
2
15
3
2
10
 
33, 35, 37, 39
61
Unified Modeling Language (UML)
2
18
8
4
 
 
37, 41, 45
62
Software Project Management
2
18
8
4
 
 
41, 42
63
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
2
18
8
4
 
 
38, 45, 46
64
Software Project Development Pratice
2
8
2
2
18
 
35, 36, 38
65
Human-Computer Interaction
2
18
8
4
 
 
33, 35, 38
V.3
Computer Sciences Major
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.3.1
Compulsory Subjects
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
66
Computer Sciences Pratice
2
 
 
 
30
 
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
67
Advanced Topics in Computer Sciences
3
3
 
30
 
12
35, 36, 41, 42, 47
V.3.2
Elective Subjects
6/14
 
 
 
 
 
 
68
Image Processing
2
20
6
4
 
 
28, 37, 39
69
Machine Learning
2
22
6
2
 
 
44
70
Natural Languages Processing
2
20
8
2
 
 
44
71
Real Time Programming
2
18
6
3
 
3
35, 37, 42
72
Expert Systems
2
24
4
2
 
 
44
73
Recognition Theory
2
24
4
2
 
 
44
74
Parallel Computing
2
20
8
2
 
 
33, 35, 37, 39
V.4
Computer Nerworks and Communication Major
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.4.1
Compulsory Subjects
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
75
Pratice in Computer Nerworks and Communication
2
 
 
 
30
 
35, 41¸43, 47
76
Advanced Topics in Computer Nerworks and Communication
3
3
 
30
 
12
35, 41¸43, 47
V.4.2
Elective Subjects
6/16
 
 
 
 
 
 
77
Introduction to Network Programming
2
20
8
2
 
 
35, 37, 45
78
Network Administration
2
8
 
 
22
 
45, 46
79
Network Security
2
20
6
4
 
 
28, 29, 45
80
Wireless and Mobile Networks
2
20
6
4
 
 
45
81
Web Applications Developement
2
20
 
2
8
 
37, 41, 45, 47
82
Multimedia Communication
2
26
 
4
 
 
45
83
Distributed Computing
2
26
 
4
 
 
35, 37, 45
84
Network Performance Analysis
2
26
 
4
 
 
28, 29, 45
VI
Minor Thesis or Graduation Examination
10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total
135