Integrated MCA program is a five-year integrated course of study that combines a bachelor’s degree in computer applications with a master’s degree in computer applications. This program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education in computer science and applications, allowing them to enter the workforce with a well-rounded skill set and a competitive advantage.
Students can finish the requirements for both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree at the same time because to the program’s design. Students will finish courses, participate in practical projects, and intern during the program’s first three years with a concentration on the fundamentals of computer science. Students will focus on computer applications such software development, database administration, web development, and networking in greater detail during their final two years of study.
A variety of advantages are offered to students by the Integrated MCA programme. First of all, it saves time and money because students can earn both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree faster than if they pursued them separately. Second, it helps students get a deeper comprehension of computer science and its uses, making them more marketable upon graduation. Finally, it gives students the chance to obtain real-world experience through projects and internships, enabling them to build crucial abilities that employers highly value.
The Integrated MCA programme is, all things considered, a fantastic choice for students who are enthusiastic about computer science and applications and who want to earn a competitive advantage in the labour market. It gives students a thorough education that incorporates both theory and practise, and it gets them ready for a range of IT vocations.
Integrated MCA Programme @Saintgits
This course as a five-year programme was started in the year 2019 in Saintgits College of Engineering.
When Saintgits College of Engineering was granted autonomous status by UGC and Government of Kerala in 2020, both the post-graduate programme in Computer Applications as well as the integrated programme in Computer Applications were also switched to the autonomous mode.
Currently we have four batches of integrated programmes successfully running in the campus and, our first batch of the programme will be graduating in the year 2024.