Graduates of this programme should be able to:


i. Analyse and develop current and relevant applications for use by small and large organisations drawing from their solid ICTs theory and practice.

ii. Integrate the knowledge and skills to be innovative in developing new software applications for new business application areas.

iii. Keep up to date with trends regionally and international but remaining relevant to ICT needs in a quest to find solutions that apply in business computing.

iv. Explain and adapt appropriate ICT to support business processes and decision making to help an organisation achieve its objectives.

 




Students must satisfy conditions for entry to undergraduate degree programs stipulated in the General Regulations.

For entry into the Programme, students must have passed 5 subjects at Ordinary Level (or its equivalent) including English and Mathematics with at least a C grade.

Apart from five (5) subjects at Ordinary Level a student must have passed at least two subjects at the Advanced Level. ‘A’ Level Sciences will be an added advantage.

In approved cases a student may be exempted from Part I if they possess a good HND in the relevant programme.

Students with a relevant National Diploma (ND) may apply for entry into the Programme.

Mature Entry - Persons who are at least 25 years of age on the first day of the academic year in which admission is sought and who are not eligible for entry under either the Normal or Special Entry Regulations may apply for Mature Entry provided that they have passed at least five ‘O’ Level subjects including English Language and Mathematics and must have demonstrated potential suitability for University studies by virtue of their attainments and/or relevant work experience.

     

4 Years Conventional

There are many opportunities for graduates in ICTs which may include among many titles the following: Business analyst, Network manager, Support specialist, Systems architect, Data warehouse architect, Data mining specialist, Enterprise systems application developer, software developer, Information Systems Manager, Entrepreneur in diverse ICTs service provision and Software development.

 

Full Programme Structure

COBC1101 Mathematical Foundations for Computing

COEC1103 Principles of Economics

COBC1102 Principles of Business Management

COAF1104 Introduction to IT and Information Literacy

COAF1106 Business Communication

COBC1201 Computer Networks and Data Communications

COBC1202 Data Structures and Algorithms

COBC1203 Programming with C# and .Net

COBC1204 Logic Design and Switching Circuits

COBM1202 Business law

IDPL1201 Peace and Leadership Studies

COBC2101 Business Analysis and Process Modelling

COBC2102 Database Design and Data Management

COBC2103 Operating Systems

COBM2102 Production and Operations Management

COBC2104 Introduction to Programming

COBC2201 E-Business

COBC2202 Artificial Intelligence

COBC2203 Cloud Computing

COEN2206 Entrepreneurship

COBM2203 Business Research methods

COBC3001 Work Related Learning
Student’s Work Related Learning Report
Academic Supervisor’s Assessment Report
Employer’s Assessment Report

COBC4101 IT Security Management

COBC4102 Information Systems Management

COBC4103 Information System Auditing

COBC4104 Mobile Application Development

COHR4105 Change Management

COBC4201 Information Systems Strategy

COBC4202 Information Systems and Ethics

COBC4203 Big Data Analytics

COAF4204 Accounting Information Systems

COBC4204 Research project

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