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Computer Science

Information Technology

As the Asian domestic IT industry grows, and as Western companies increasingly outsource software development work to Asia, there is an ever-increasing need for software professionals with deep knowledge of software systems and applications who can work as technical leaders and project managers. The Computer Science field of study at AIT aims to fulfill these needs. Our graduates are are well versed in the foundations of information technology, with skills ranging from algorithm and software architecture design to the development of embedded systems, business automation systems, Web applications, mobile application development, and intelligent systems.

The Information Technology program at AIT is a specialization of the Computer Science program. Students acquire a solid foundation in the theoretical foundations of information technology then further deepen their skills in information systems, networking, database design, software engineering, and Web applications.

 

Year I Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

UG101

Mechanics

4(3-1)

None

Erik Bohez

CS101

Introduction to Computers and Programming

5(3-2)

None

Dr Matthew N Dailey

UG102

Calculus I

3(3-0)

None

Dr Riaz Khan

UG103

English Communication Skills I

3(3-0)

None

Language Center

UG104B

Praxis I

1(0-1)

None

Dr Matthew N Dailey

 

Sub total

16(11-5)

 

 

         

Year I Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

CS102

OOP & Web Applications

4(2-2)

CS101

Dr Sukree Sinthupinyu 

UG105

Electromagnetism & Optics I

4(3-1)

None

Dr Ake Faldt

UG106

Calculus II

3(3-0)

UG102

Dr Riaz Khan

UG107

English Communication Skills II

3(3-0)

UG103

Language Center

UG108B

Praxis II

1(0-1)

UG104

Dr Matthew N Dailey

 

Sub total

15(10-5)

 

 

         

Year II Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

CS201

Computer Systems Architecture

3(3-0)

CS101

Dailey, Ekpanyapong

UG201

Linear Algebra

3(3-0)

UG102

Dr Riaz Khan

EL202

Electrical Circuits

4(3-1)

None

Brent Bargmann

CS202

Discrete Mathematics

3(3-0)

None

Chanathip Namprempre

UG202

Applied Mathematics Laboratory

1(0-1)

UG102, CS101

Poompat Saengudomlert

EL203

Digital Logic Design

3(2-1)

None

TBA 

 

Sub total

17(14-3)

 

 

         

Year II Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

CS203

Operating Systems

3(3-0)

CS201

Dr Matthew N. Dailey

CS204

Data Structures and Algorithms

3(3-0)

CS102, CS202

Dr Weerachai Anotaipaiboon

UG204

Probability and Statistics

3(3-0)

None

Dr Riaz Khan

UG205

Calculus III

3(3-0)

UG106

Dr Riaz Khan

EL204

Electronic Circuits

3 (2-1)

EL202

TBA

 

Sub total

15(14-1)

 

 

         

Inter-Semester Year II & III

 

Internship 1 (12 Weeks)

3(0-3)

None

 

         

Year III Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

 

Foreign Language I

2(2-0)

None

Language Center

CS301

Theory of Computation

3(3-0)

CS202

TBA

CS303

Logic in Computer Science

3(3-0)

CS202

Prof Phan Minh Dung

UG302

Engineering Economics

3(3-0)

None

TBA

 

Technical Elective I

3(-)

 

TBA

 

Technical Elective II

3(-)

 

 TBA

 

Sub total

17(-)

 

 

         

Year III Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

UG303

Environmental Studies

3(3-0)

None

TBA

CS304

Advanced Algorithms

3(3-0)

CS204, CS202

Dr Jittat Fakcharoenphol

CS305

Programming Languages and Compilers

3(3-0)

CS204

Prof Phan Minh Dung

UG304/5

Humanities / Technical Writing

3(3-0)

None

Dr. Thomas Hoy

 

Foreign Language III

2(2-0)

UG306

Language Center

 

Technical Elective III

3(-)

 

 TBA

 

Sub total

20(-)

 

 

         

Inter-Semester Year III & IV

 

Internship II (12 Weeks)

3(0-3)

None

 

         

Year IV Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

UG600

Capstone Project I

5(-)

Senior Status

All Faculty

EL402

Embedded Systems

3(2-1)

EL203

Dr. Supachai Vorapojpisut

UG402

Principles of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2(2-0)

None

Charatpong Chotigavanich

 

Technical Elective IV

3(3-0)

 

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective V

3(-)

 

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective VI

3(-)

 

All Faculty

 

Sub total

19( -)

 

 

         

Year IV Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

UG601

Capstone Project II

5(-)

Senior Status

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective VII

3(1-2)

 

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective VIII

3(-)

 

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective IX

3(-)

 

All Faculty

 

Technical Elective X

3(-)

 

All Faculty

 

Sub total

17( - )

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Technical Electives

 

Computer Science

Code

Course Title

Prerequisites

CS 411

Computer Graphics

UG 106, CS 101

CS 412

Artificial Intelligence

CS 204, CS 101

CS 413

Microprocessor Systems

None

CS 414

Computer Security

CS 304

CS 415

Machine Learning

UG 201, UG 204

 

Information Technology

Code

Course Title

Prerequisites

IT 411

Spreadsheet Modeling &Decision Support Systems

None

IT 412

Information Retrieval and Data Mining

CS 204, IT 402

 

 

 

 ** Total credits required: 142 (updated on Feb. 19, 2016)

 *** Note: For batches entering AIT in 2011 or earlier, Electrical Circuits (EL202) was 3 credits.

These changes mean the minimum credit load for CS & IT students admitted between 2009 and 2011 batches is 140.

 **** Note: Students may take up to 6 credits of internship, although the minimum is 3 credits. Students with less than 6 credits of internship should add an 11th technical elective to ensure a total of 142 credits.

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AIT reserves the right to revise this curriculum structure
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