The four-year IS programme provides a stimulating education that equips students with the ability to integrate infocomm technology fundamentals with domain expertise to develop innovative solutions for organisations. Through projects and case studies that are aligned with industry best practices, students will develop an in-depth understanding of the strategic exploitation of infocomm technology in emerging organisational forms. Students become proficient in the design and development of infocomm solutions and the management of infocomm projects. Such skills are vital in helping students develop careers that are being emphasised in the National Infocomm Media 2025 masterplan, such as techno-strategist, solution architect, and infocomm project manager.
Students can also take a specialisation in Digital Product and Platform Management, Financial Technology or Intelligent Systems Solutioning.
Students with Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher may opt to replace Industrial Experience Requirement by CP4101 B.Comp. Dissertation.
Students who aim for Honours (Highest Distinction) must pass the CP4101. Students with GPA of 4.00 or higher after completing at least 70% (i.e. 112 units) of the total unit requirement for the degree programme may opt to replace the Industrial Experience Requirement by CP4101 (12 units). Note that the CP4101 project selection process takes place one semester ahead of the semester in which the students commence CP4101. Thus the students can tentatively select CP4101 projects; but the condition "GPA of 4.00 or higher after completing at least 70% (112 units) of the total Unit requirement for the degree programme" must be satisfied before they can commence CP4101 in lieu of IS4010.