An applicant may be considered for Admission to the BIT degree programme , if he/she has: 1. Three passes in the G.C.E. (A/L) examination in one sitting.
Any other educational / academic / professional qualification acceptable to the UoM Faculty Board and approved by the UoM Senate. An applicant who seek admission through other qualifications (not having A/L s) are required to pass the aptitude test. Approved other qualifications are listed in the UOM Applicant Handbook Page number 3.
2. A credit pass for Mathematics in the G.C.E (O/L) examination
To enter to the Higher Diploma programme an applicant must successfully complete the Diploma Programme.
To enter to the Degree programme an applicant must successfully complete the Higher Diploma Programme.
BIT (University of Moratuwa) degree opens up the following career paths upon graduation:
The total requirement for graduation starting at Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 are 100 credits, 70 credits and 36 credits respectively.
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Under the revised syllabus, SLIATE students are required to complete the following modules in addition to the Level 3 modules based on their HNDIT specialization.
Following tables shows the courses approved on revised curriculum for BIT affected from 2018 Semester 1 together with the nature (C – Compulsory and E- Elective) and the credit rating.
The concept of Business Management was alien to the world of business a few decades ago. Need to manage a business enterprise scientifically evolved due to many globe sweeping trends. Globalization based on deregulated trade across national borders, travel, fast and efficient passage of information, growing competition, change of consumer needs, infusion of technology into business and household lives, and regional and global trade agreements created massive strides in the business world. All such growing trends generated a world-wide demand for young graduates who are knowledgeable, and have the proper mix of competence and attitudes. These requirements cannot be met by a conventional degree program focusing on class room teaching and passing examinations.
Dr.Amal Parakrama Rajapakse
Dean, Faculty of IT
Ph.D. Computational Graph Theory (University of Mining & Metallurgy, Austria), MSc Computer Science (University of Wales, Cardiff, UK), BSc (Hons) Maths Special (PDN), PMP (USA), OCA (USA)
Ms.Samanthi Priyasadini Wickramasinghe
Head - Faculty of IT / Senior Lecturer - Faculty of IT & Executive in Quality Assurance
DBA (Lincoln University College, Malaysia – Reading), MSc in IT (Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK), BIT (UCSC), Dip. in QA in Higher Education (UNESCO), MCS (SL)
M. Phil (UCSC – Reading), MSc (UCSC), BCS-HEQ, BSc (Col), MBCS, MCSSL, MIEEE, MSLAAS, MIEDMS
Ms. Nipuni Upeksha
MSc in Business Analytics (RGU – Reading),
PG.Dip in Computer Science (SJP),
BIIT(Hons)(UWU), MCS(SL), ICASL (CAB I)
Mr.Dananjaya Weerasinghe Hettiarachchi
Lecturer, Faculty of IT
MSc in Statistics (UCSC – Reading) B.Sc. (Special) in Statistics (SJP)
Lecturer, Faculty of IT
B.Sc. in ICT (RUSL), CCHRM, AAT (Part-qualified)
Ms. Nadeesha Dulanjanee
Bsc. (Hons) in Information Technology (Horizon Campus)
Mr. Pubudu Senanayake
B.Sc. (Hons) in IT (Horizon Campus), AAT (Passed Finalist),
Dip in IT(Edexcel)
Ms. Kumudini Jayatillake
MBA(UK), PG Cert (UK), CLAIT(UK), BA(Hons) in International Business Administration (UK), Higher National Diploma in Accounting (UK), Certificate in Business Accounting CIMA (UK), Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations (UK)