About this course
The single degree program streams provide an internship program for each student wherein the student may conduct real projects as a practical study within industrial contexts. The program develops the student’s ability to be involved in professional practices, and ethical and organizational responsibilities. Furthermore, the industrial internship program provides students with real experience in the work place and teaches them to cope with the work environment. In addition, series of study/field trips to visiting professionals and industries will be conducted to give good grounds for having a broad overview of the industry. These experiences support individual career aspiration and may provide social and professional networks. Upon completion of this programme, graduates will be able to:
- Apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.
- Apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.
- Identify, define and analyse computing problems and requirements appropriate for solution.
- Design, develop and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs, in compliance with global standards.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills (verbal and written) to international audience.
- Comprehend and apply knowledge of professional, ethical and social responsibilities.
- Comprehend and analyze the impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society, including ethical, legal, security and global policy issues.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the needs and engagement in continuous improvement, including professional development.
- Apply current techniques, skills, and tools in computing to creatively design and produce innovative computing practices.
Not only that, but graduates will also be able to have choices from a wide range of career opportunities in IT and computer industry since the integrated curriculum is designed and developed to support students in building on their technical and non-technical skills as well as engaging with the industry. Typical starting career positions include:
- Web developer
- Software engineer
- Network administrator
- Computer security professional
- Multimedia systems developer
- Games developer
- Technical artist
- Database developer
- IT sales engineer
- Business application developer
- IT project planner
Since computer science graduates are considered as engineers, they are also in a position to obtain employment as professionals in non-IT fields, including sales, marketing, and management. Thus the career opportunities are unlimited for computer science graduates.
- High School Diploma: SMA - IPA (Science), SMK
- Passing BINUS INTERNATIONAL Entrance Test.
- International TOEFL Score of 550 or better.
- Test of Written English Score of 4,0 or better.
- Official IELTS 6.0 overall or better WITH 5.5 for Writing Module or better.
- Official iBT (internet based TOEFL) Of 80 overall or better WITH 15 for Writing Module or better.
- Pre University English 150 hours if TOEFL scores are between 475-549 or TWE between 2,5-3,9.
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