Since Saturday, the Office of Education and Examinations of the Faculty of Information Technology (IT) has been conducting the final tests for the Fall semester of 2018-2019 and various specializations.
On Monday morning, IT Project Management was conducted for the seventh and eighth semesters It is a common common course for all departments.
Also, tests were conducted yesterday (Programming 1) for students of the first semester which is a general course, and the second semester students were tested in Programming II (Programming 2) which is a general course.
Students in the fifth and sixth semesters in the Department of Software Engineering and Health Informatics conducted their tests in Visual Programming, which is a general course for all specializations.
It is noteworthy that the Libyan International Medical University (LIMU) launched the Faculty of Information Technology (2010/2011) to keep pace with scientific and technological progress, as a respond to development requirements, to achieve a quantum leap in the development of the health sector and to meet the need of the community with necessary disciplines in the field of information technology and health care informatics , Encouraging scientific research in the field of informatics, managing health care to benefit society, and working to provide the infrastructure and cadres necessary for the software industry and technical support in medical and health institutions of all kinds.
The Faculty of Information Technology is awarded a bachelor’s degree in this specialization.
The study is organized in the form of semesters, Each year includes two semesters: the first is autumn and the second is in spring, Each semester consists of sixteen weeks, including two weeks of end of the semester examinations , according to the study program prepared by the faculty, which follows the dates of lectures and scientific sessions, with the addition of a third semester, “summer” if the faculty believes that appropriate , provided that the duration of study to meet the requirements of graduation minimum eight semesters (4 years) And a maximum of 10 semesters (5 years), except for a semester In which the student is allowed to discontinue enrollment.