Faculty Briefs

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Faculty Briefs

History Background

The Faculty of Information and Interactive Technology (FIIT) was established in May 2012 with ten lecturers in the field of Computer Science, Information Technology, Networking, Mathematics and Multimedia.

There are 5 programmes offered by FIIT:

The faculty started with an enrollment of three students from the Diploma in Interactive Multimedia programme in May 2012. The Faculty makes continuous efforts in the professional development of its faculty members, learning and teaching resources, research, and curriculum. With close monitoring and need analysis of local and regional industries, FIIT spells out all efforts to satisfy the needs by producing well educated students who are properly trained to serve their communities.


We are committed to continually improve the educational environment in order to develop graduates with strong academic and technical backgrounds.


  • Excellence in the creation and dissemination of knowledge in Information Technology and Multimedia that fosters our students' intellectual and professional development and ultimately is responsive to society's needs;
  • The faculty is committed to providing high-quality and comprehensive undergraduate curricular in an ethical manner;
  • We strive to prepare graduates to solve real world problems with excellent professional skills leading to superior career opportunities.