School of Information Technology


The School of Information Technology (FIT) of UPT was established in. At present, FIT has 6 departments: General Informatics, Computer Network and Telecommunication, Knowledge Engineering, Computer Science, Information System, and Software Engineering. In particular, the Department of General Informatics is in charge of teaching basic and background IT knowledge for all university students, the other 5 departments are in charge of professional knowledge in different majors of IT.

Mission, Vision and Objective

As a School of UPT, the mission of FIT is to achieve the mission of the university in the field of Information Technology as follows:

Providing undergraduate, postgraduate courses, performing scientific research and transferring technologies in Information Technology to the industry.

Providing experts in Information Technology, satisfying domestic demands in economic and social development, and keeping up with international development trends.

FIT has identified a vision to 2020, in accordance with the university’s strategic plan, up to 2020, FIT becomes one of the best Faculties of UPT in this province which can provide the best IT education and training, and play a key role of UPT.

Based on the mission and vision, FIT has the program objectives for students as follows:

Providing Bachelor of Science graduates in IT having strong background knowledge and expertise, understanding responsibilities and professional ethics, and being able to apply the latest IT results to solve  real-world problems, and having research methodology to start up the scientific research in IT.

Equipping students with adaptation skills, self-adjustment, self-development, and skills of finding and solving problems logically, creatively and systematically.

Based on different majors, IT graduates are able to analyze, evaluate, design, implement and operate computer network systems, information systems, or software systems to apply in scientific activities, education, society and economy.

Those objectives have been built based on the balance between human resource training for social needs and the training of intellectuals to contribute into the society’s development. These objectives are verified and supervised by the FIT Scientific Board.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Based on the mission, vision and objectives, FIT identifies the following expected learning outcomes for undergraduate students:

  • Understanding the responsibility, ethics, and the current social states.
  • Ability to apply soft skills
  • Ability to inherit and develop professional knowledge
  • Ability to apply fundamental knowledge
  • Ability to analyze, design and implement computer-based business systems
  • Ability to test, operate, evaluate, and maintain computer-based business systems
  • Ability to use computer-based supporting tools and techniques.

Expected learning outcomes aim to provide a modern, healthy and ethical person that can quickly adapt to any working environment with enough expertise and ability to self-study, self-research and self-develop.

Expected learning outcomes obove satisfy relatively the demands of students, employers and lecturers. Most of graduates are highly appreciated by IT labor market and easy to find a job. These achievements are thanks to the clear expected learning outcomes stated at the beginning.


FIT is currently supported by 10 faculty members. In which, all lecturers and senior lecturers have at least Master degrees. All of them have been trained at least one course on teaching methodology. At present, many lecturers continue seeking for higher education abroad in developed countries.

Contact us:

Address:  225 Nguyen Thong Street, Phu Hai Ward, Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province


Tel: (+84) 252 6521 808