Information Technology (IT) is vital to the management
and communication of information in the modern
business, and effective business computing requires
managers with knowledge of human and managerial
issues, as well as technical ones. Such managers may
work for an organization which supplies business
computer systems, like IBM or Microsoft, or an
organization which simply uses them.
This program meets the needs of students interested in
pursuing careers that will provide organizations with
management support, advice and consultancy where
computing and IT is involved.
In this program students will study a wide range of
management related subjects, gaining the broad insight
into management required by all business
professionals. This program concerns in the study of
Business, Computing and Information Technology.
This program covers Business Decision Analysis;
Economic Environment of Business; English Legal Method
& Contract Law; Foundations of Management; IT in
Business; International Perspectives; Introduction to
Economics; Introduction to Financial Accounting;
Introduction to Management Accounting; Introduction to
Marketing Management; Organizational Behaviors;
Principles of Operations Management; Quantitative
Techniques; Business Policy and Strategic Finance;
Foundations of Management; Business Game; Public
Policy and Public Services; Spreadsheet Systems,
Decision Support Systems; Tools for Developing
Business Computing Applications; Databases; Systems
Analysis; Strategic Management; Worldwide Management
of IT; Effective Management Consultancy; Advanced
Business Design; simulation; and Optional Modules.
Graduates of Business Computing and IT are extremely
successful in finding employment in specialist
business IT, consulting and general management roles
with very popular companies.