Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Information Systems & Technology

Overview

To prepare students for research based postgraduate study. Following a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems & Technology, it serves to consolidate and deepen students’ expertise in Information Systems & Technology. To develop research capacity in the methodology and techniques of IS & T. To provide opportunities for high-level theoretical engagements and intellectual independence in the field of IST & T. To prepare professionals implement, maintain, operate, and manage an organization’s information technology (IT) systems. This programme is concerned with the systems and technologies used in and by companies.

Full-time study (1 year)

Duration

The programme can be completed over one year of full-time study, or two years if part time.

Entry Requirements

  • An appropriate Bachelor’s degree;
  • Attained a level of competence as defined in Rule GR7(b) in the Handbook;
  • Selection Programme- the School may prescribe further criteria.

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