BSC MANAGEMENT & DIGITAL INNOVATION

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BSc Management & Digital innovation

Information and communications technology (ICT) is the main driving force of innovation in today’s world. Digital infrastructures, e business and social media are transforming markets across the globe. New business models, based on digital platforms and their eco systems provide the tools for entrepreneurs to create new businesses and managers to improve productivity and profitability of the businesses.

This programme focuses on how ICT offers new business models and digital innovations while providing the underlying infrastructure for business and public sector organizations. The knowledge gained through the programme will aid to understand the fast-changing technologies that impact every area of business and management. This Programme provides an opportunity to demonstrate practical business and creative skills through course work.

Degree Structure

Standard Route

100 Courses

  1. IS1060 Introduction to information systems
  2. MN1178 Business and management in a global context
  3. IS1181 Digital infrastructure for business
  4. One of the following courses
  • MT105A Mathematics 1 (half course) and
  • ST 104A Statistics 1 (half course) or
  • AC1025 Principles of accounting or
  • FN1024 Principles in banking and finance or
  • SC1179 Contemporary sociology in global age

 

200 and 300 Courses

  1. MN 2177 Core management concepts
  2. IS2184 Information systems management
  3. One of the following courses
  • AC2091 Financial reporting
  • IS2182 Innovative digital systems and services
  • MN2032 Management science methods
  1. IS3183 Management and social media
  2. IS3159 Research project in information systems
  3. IS3167 Management and innovation in e business
  4. One 300 course from selection group M
  5. One 100,200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from any selection group

 

Graduate Route

 

100 Courses

  1. 1. IS1060 Introduction to information systems
  2. MN1178 Business and management in a global context
  3. IS1181 Digital infrastructure for business

 

200 and 300 Courses

  1. One 300 course from selection group M
  2. MN 2177 Core management concepts
  3. IS2184 Information systems management
  4. One of the following courses
  • AC2091 Financial reporting
  • IS2182 Innovative digital systems and services
  • MN2032 Management science methods
  1. IS3159 Research project in information systems
  2. IS3167 Management and innovation in e business or IS3183 Management and social media