College life became a nice and scheduled routine for IT graduate

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Robert O’Brien, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (WD155)

Robert O’Brien, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (WD155)

Robert O’Brien, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology graduate, tells us after the first few weeks, college life became a nice routine

“I attended an open evening where I spoke to two graduates, they gave me an overview of what to expect throughout the duration of the course which was very helpful.  

My class in first year was a mix of students of all ages and educational levels so it was quite a varied group.

The first two or three weeks were quite disorientating, as you don't know where the classrooms are, but after this initial period everything became routine.

My 4th year project was a Morse code training application which aims to teach people Morse code.

The inspiration came to me having learned Morse code while in the Navy.”


Study the Bachelor of Science Information Technology at WIT

The Bachelor of Science Information Technology course provides a variety of computer-based skills for the modern work place. It includes a good foundation in Information Technology, Web development, Multimedia, Maths and many computer-based tasks that can be useful in getting that first job.

The course has a high practical content allowing you to get plenty of hands-on experience. Most modules use computers for practical work and there is a blended learning approach where part of the learning is done online, supported by a Virtual Learning Environment. 

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Systems Analysis Fundamentals, Visual Communication and IT Applications. 

Course Code: WD155

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