This means you need communicative and commercial skills, which is why economics and business administration and communication are part of your curriculum as well.
You are offered a broad, practical training, which will enable you to find a place within the most diverse IT sectors easily. Moreover, you can specialize in mainframes, networks and programming applications.
The bachelor in Applied Information Technology is a practical three year course. The first two years offer a sound training in programming, analysis and design, PC hardware, operating systems and networks, multimedia and databanks.
There are also courses in mathematics and economics. You can develop your communicative skills in three languages: Dutch, French and English. The third year allows you to further develop your personal interests and specialize in mainframes, networks, programming or multimedia applications.