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Associate of Science in Information Technology (AIT)

Introduction 

Associate of Science in Information Technology (AIT) is a two-year program (4 semesters; 6 courses per semester) which may be completed in a minimum of one and a half years (3 semesters if a student takes more than full course load; 9 courses per semester) and a maximum of 6 years (12 semesters). Students can take one to six courses per semester. However, the entire program has to be completed within a maximum of six years.

The minimum requirement to join this course is a high school diploma (12 years of school study).

Kindly view the curriculum  here.

Online Admission Process

Admissions are open all year long. There are two semesters per year; the Fall semester begins from September, and the Spring semester commences from March. You may enroll immediately into your courses once your payment has been received by IOU.

Registration

a)   Kindly go to this  link to create a free account.

b)  Upload  here a scanned copy of your:

  • High school diploma/higher degree
  • Passport-size color photo, and
  • Your photo ID (passport/national ID card)

You will receive an email from the IOU Registrar Office, within 48 hours, informing you of the status of your application.

c) Upon receiving the acceptance email with the easy-to-follow instructions, proceed to pay the fees. Additionally, they can be found  here.

d) After you have paid your fees, proceed to enroll in the semester.

Please note: Once you pay your fees and enroll in your semester that will be your first semester and starting point of your program.

Fees

Semester registration fees for the undergraduate program range from $70-160 US depending on the student’s country of residence. Click  here to select your country of residence and to see the applicable fees.

These are the only fees we charge per semester. The course is completely tuition free and the course material is also provided free of cost. Additionally, there is an E-Library available as a study aid for the students.

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