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IT Management Association UK 
University of Devonshire UK

Any enquiry please contact
Sunny Cheung
Email: sunny at itma-uk.org
URL: www.itma-uk.org
Tel: 27108382 (Office hour)
Add: Rm. 2103 Hollywood Plaza, 610 NAthan Rd., Mongkok, Lowloon.

Open entry
Anyone aged 17 or above is eligible to apply. No entry qualifications are required except for professional programs.

Distance learning
You will enjoy maximum flexibility through distance learning. You will learn through the printed materials, set texts and other materials that we suggest.

Financial assistance
Low-interest loans are available to help students with financial difficulties.

Credit transfer
You may transfer credits gained at local or overseas universities to our programs. It depends on your previous qualifications and their relevance to the program you wish to enroll.

Recognition
IT Management Association UK and University of Devonshire UK awards are widely recognized for employment¡Bprofessional bodies, and further studies both in Hong Kong and overseas. Institutional credit transfer arrangements have been signed with institutions in U.K., Canada, Australia, USA and New Zealand.

Assessment
Our programs are widely recognized for its high quality. Your study will be assessed by subject paper throughout a course taken and no examination is required. 

Tuition

Master Degree	HK$42,000
Bachelor Degree Final Stage	                HK$18,000-
Diploma  ->  Bachelor Degree Combination	HK$48,000-
Diploma  ->  Graduate Diploma Combination	HK$38,000-
Diploma  ->  Advanced Diploma Combination	HK$28,000-
Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate Diploma	HK$18,000-
Entry to any level diploma / final year of Bachelor Degree with previous education qualifications or working experience


 
Bachelor of Business Administration
Course Contents
1.	Introduction to Business
2.	Fundamental Accounting Principles
3.	Approach to Management
4.	Introduction to Business Communication
5.	Principles of Economics
6.	Financial Accounting
7.	Marketing
8.	Organizational Behavior
9.	Introduction to Corporate Finance
10.	Financial Markets
11.	Entrepreneurship
12.	Business Administration
13.	Introduction to Human Resource Management
14.	Introduction to Law for Business
15.	Contemporary Advertising
16.	International Marketing


Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Course Contents 
1.	Introduction to Business
2.	Computer Studies
3.	Fundamentals of the Internet and World Wide Web
4.	Learning C++
5.	Introduction to Computer Science
6.	Fundamental Accounting Principles
7.	Introduction to Languages and Computation
8.	Software Engineering with Java
9.	Database Systems Concepts
10.	Introduction to Business Communication
11.	Classical and Object-Oriented Software Engineering with Java and UML
12.	Database Management Systems
13.	Problem Solving Using C
14.	Computer Organization
15.	Computer Architecture
16.	Machine Vision
 
Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems and Technology
Course Contents 
1.	Introduction to Business
2.	Communication Networks
3.	Corporate Information Systems Management
4.	Learning C++
5.	Fundamental Accounting Principles
6.	Building the Information-Age Organization
7.	Competitive Advantage (IT)
8.	Software Engineering with Java
9.	Introduction to Information Systems
10.	Information Technology for Management
11.	Information Systems
12.	Accounting Information Systems
13.	Principles of Management
14.	Managing Information Systems in the Information Age
15.	Classical and Object-Oriented Software Engineering with Java and UML
16.	Problem Solving Using C








	Students completing all required subjects can obtain a Bachelor Degree from The University of Devonshire. The Bachelor Degree can normally be completed within 16 to 48 months.
	Students enrolled in the Graduate Diploma will complete 12 subjects from the list. The Graduate Diploma can normally be completed within 12 to 36 months.
	Students enrolled in the Advanced Diploma will complete 8 subjects from the list. The Advanced Diploma can normally be completed within 8 to 24 months.
	Students enrolled in the Diploma will complete 4 subjects from the list. The Diploma can normally be completed within 4 to 12 months.

 
Master's of Business Administration
Course Contents 
1.	Corporate Finance Essentials
2.	Managerial Economics
3.	Principles of Management II
4.	Marketing Management
5.	Management Competition
6.	Integrated Business
7.	Modern Business Law
8.	Advanced Financial Accounting
9.	Business Communication in the Professional Setting
10.	Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy
11.	Global Marketing

E-Commerce MBA
Course Contents 
1.	International Business
2.	Cases in Electronic Commerce
3.	E-Business
4.	Management Information Systems for the Information Age
5.	Investment Experience
6.	Security, Risk Management, and Control
7.	E-Business: Roadmap to Success
8.	Internet Marketing
9.	E-Business Revolution
10.	Accounting Information Systems
11.	Global Marketing

Master's in Computer Science
Course Contents 
1.	Advanced Studies in Programming Languages
2.	Database Systems
3.	Computer Systems: Organization and Operating Systems
4.	Advanced Studies in Algorithm Design and Analysis
5.	Software Engineering
6.	Computer Graphics
7.	Network Design and Analysis

2	Students completing all required subjects could obtain a Master Degree from The University of Devonshire. The Master Degree can normally be completed within 9 to 24 months.
2	Students completing 2/3 required subjects from the list could obtain a Postgraduate Diploma.
2	Students completing 1/3 required subjects from the list could obtain a Postgraduate Certificate.
 
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Connecting Computers
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Connecting Computers
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Introduction to Internet Management, Networks Components, Network Topology and Cabling, Security, Management, Auditing, Intranets, Extranets, WAN's, Managing Users, Security of data, Clistering, UPS, Backup, Virus, Capacity Planning, Asset Management, Managing Web Sites, Log Files, Tracking Users.

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What is JavaScript, HTML-Document, Frames Programming, Status bar and Timeouts Programming, Predefined Objects, Forms Programming, Image Object.
 
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