Managers cannot ignore information systems because they play such a critical role in contemporary business organizations. Today’s systems directly affect how managers decide, plan and manage their employees, and increasingly shape what products are to be produced, where, when, and how. Therefore, the responsibility of information systems cannot be delegated to information technology gurus only, a manager must own the decision taken at the end of the day.
Information is now recognized as a critical business asset and the effective management of information is one of the most important challenges facing modern organizations. Information is a powerful lever in achieving competitive advantage. The use of systems and technology to control and manage organizational data and information has developed into a vital business discipline. As a result, business people are now expected to be proficient in relevant technological concepts and applications, skills that had been viewed as being outside of the domain of the traditional manager.
- Introduction to ICT
- Financial Accounting 1
- Business Communication Skills
- Business Administration
- Business Software Applications
- Database systems concepts
- Business Statistics
- Business Law
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Database programming
- Introduction to Business Information Systems
- Research Methodology
- Business Process Management and Workflow
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
- Professional issues in IT
- Human Resource Management
- Business Mathematics
- Research project/ Dissertation
Students who undertake this program will have relatively wider employment opportunities and can comfortably work as;
- Business analyst
- Internet service provider
- Database designer and administrator
The Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) with at least 1 principal pass and 2 subsidiary passes obtained at the same sitting or its equivalent.
The Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) with at least 5 credits obtained at the same sitting.