The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of Business Information Technology (BIT) plays a critical role in assuring that the graduates of BIT at UJ are highly qualified with the principles of technology in business and well trained with a wide range of transferable skills in (BIT) disciplines including independent learners and team workers enabling them to be effective in the public and private sectors to meet the needs of Jordanian and the region in the several fields of (BIT). The (PEOs) of BIT are:
Graduates have met the rigorous competitive admission procedure and international/local market requirements by showing high qualifications, advanced training, independent learners, and capability of teamwork in BIT disciplines.
Graduates have obtained research skills to pursue their professional careers while fulfilling the need for professional instructors, lecturers, researchers and developers in BIT market.
Graduates have established relationships with different local/international institutes by participating different professional activities, i.e. lectures, seminars, conferences, among other possible forms of collaborations.
Graduates have become familiar with different work-related concepts, e.g. different job titles related to courses, core courses related to a specific job, major skills required to apply for a certain position, among others.
Graduates have demonstrated the ability to understand and apply ethical and security considerations to problems in information technology environment.
The student outcomes (SOs) of the BIT program at the University of Jordan are listed as the following:
A. Knowledge and Understanding:
Student gain knowledge and understanding of:
A1. The evolution of information business technology disciplines, techniques, challenges, and best practices currently available for dealing with them.
A2. How to apply the essential mathematics relevant to business information technology.
A3. Main principles related to the business information technology, such as design methodologies, choice algorithm, programming languages and practice, tools and packages.
A4. Professional responsibility including social, environmental, moral and ethical issues involved in the sustainable exploitation of computer technology.
B. Intellectual Analytical and Cognitive Skills:
Student gain the following intellectual abilities:
B1. Practice problem identification and analysis, design development, and construction of business technology.
B2. An ability analyzes the extent to which a computer-based system meets the criteria defined for its current use and future development
B3. An ability to design E-business applications by using appropriate design tools.
C. Subject/ Specific/ Practical Skills:
Student gain subject-specific skills in the following:
C1. An ability to apply computer skills in various business application areas like government, commerce, and industry.
C2. Deploy effectively the tools used for the construction and documentation of software, in order to solve practical problems
C3. Plan and undertake major individual projects.
C4. Design and implement web sites to serve useful E-Business applications.
D. Creativity /Transferable Key Skills:
Student gain transferable skills in the following:
D1. Use Information Technology skills and display mature computer literacy.
D2. Strike the balance between self-reliance and seeking help when necessary in new and challenging applications.
D3. Show personal commitment and responsibility by working to multiple deadlines in complex applications.
D4. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, about business and computing issues.
D5. Demonstrate significantly enhanced group working abilities.
D6. Managing own continuous learning and development including training, time management