LMQ Level 5 Advanced National Diploma in Information Technology programmes are designed to provide a broad understanding of information technology and the environment in which they operate. Candidates who achieve these qualifications may go on to study further academic and professional qualifications or embark on an administrative, managerial or commercial career in their relevant field.
LMQ Level 5 Advanced National Diploma in Information Technology has a strong managerial focus which helps successful candidates to progress to management roles. In addition, the wide range of options enables candidates to progress to specialist roles such as human resource management, marketing, and financial services.
This is a stand-alone qualification, but there are entry requirements. Applicants must have obtained one of the followings:
LMQ Level 4 Advanced National Certificate in Information Technology or any qualification which is at Level 4 or above, as notified on the NQF or QCF of the United Kingdom or SCQF Level 6 and 7 in technology-related or any overseas qualifications, as judged by UK NARIC, to be equivalent in standard to a level 4 qualification in the UK (or higher).
The successful candidates have wider opportunity to progress onto the higher-level qualifications including LMQ Level 6 Graduate Diploma in IT. As this qualification is equivalent to Level 5 (QCF/RQF), the candidates are eligible to gain direct entry into Year 3 of the Bachelor’s degree programmes. Click here to see the progression opportunities.
|L/ANDIT/5002||Database Design and Development||12|
|L/ANDIT/5003||Web Based Development||12|
|L/ANDIT/5005||Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues and Professional Responsibilities in IT||12|
|L/ANDIT/5006||Strategic Management Information Systems||12|
|L/ANDIT/5007||Innovative Technologies in Computing||12|
|L/ANDIT/5008||Computing Research Methods||12|
|L/ANDIT/5009||Managing a Computing Project||12|
|L/ANDIT/5010||Software Development Methodologies||12|
This qualification is expected to be delivered minimum of 12 months for full-time study. Centres should make sure the Total Qualification Times (TQM) or National Learning Hours (NLH) are covered as per the qualification requirements. This programme is flexible and delivered face-to-face, distance learning, through lectures, tutorials, seminars.