Common ICT Programme (DCITP - S32)

What You'll Study

The common first semester will lay the foundation for programming and computing for Diploma in Applied AI & Analytics (DAAA), Diploma in Infocomm Security Management (DISM) and Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) courses.

This program will allow you to have more time to explore your interests in the first semester and make an informed decision on preferred IT-related course to pursue later.

Through the Education & Career Guidance activities, you will then learn to develop your portfolios and gain insights into the respective job roles and industries in the IT sectors.

Year 1 - Semester 1

Module Code

Module Name

Total Hours

CC1001

Thinking Critically about the UN SDGs (TCU)

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30

CC1007

Collaboration in the Digital Age (CDA)

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15

CC2003

AI and Its Impact (AII)

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15

CC3005

Problem Solving with Creative & Computational Thinking (PSCCT)

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15

MS0105

Mathematics

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60

SP108C

Education and Career Guidance

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30

ST0501

Front-End Web Development

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75

ST0523

Fundamentals of Programming

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75

ST2413

Fundamentals of Computing

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60

Common Core Curriculum

The Common Core Curriculum is designed to prepare students for a disruptive world that is ever-changing. Comprising critical human and emerging digital skills, the common core modules offer students an integral and inter-disciplinary learning experience to address the wicked problems of the world (framed by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals). Through the Common Core modules, students will think critically about real-world problems, empathise with local and global communities and be challenged to effect change.

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Please note: Course structure subjected to change.