The Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Information Systems consists of 132 credits. They are subdivided into 45 credits in general education, 33 professional credits, 36 credits in the major, 12 credits in electives, and 6 credits of practical internship.
Practical internship credits give students the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge they acquired in the bachelor’s degree courses to real-life situations at the workplace. The practical internship takes place at private or public companies.
What distinguishes and characterizes the program?
The program is distinguished for developing students’ analytical ability to solve problems and to make decisions about challenges that arise in different leading positions in a constantly changing world.
It also develops professionals with an entrepreneurial spirit and critical and creative thinking that enable them to hold leadership positions at their workplace.
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Courses Included in the Program
Some of the courses included in the program are:
- Networks and Data Communication
- Information Centers Administration
- Object-oriented Programming (Visual C++)
- System Analysis and Design
- Information Systems Audit
- Database Management
- Advanced Database Management
- Supervised Practice
Where can you find work?
Students who graduate with the Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Information Systems are employable as managers, directors, or coordinators in public or private companies in the areas of electronic data processing, information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming.
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|Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Information Systems
|Cost of the program||$25,078.00|