COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS

Programme title:

Computer Information Systems for Business

Final Award:

Bachelor of Science (Hons)

Interim or exit awards:

  • Certificate of Higher Education
  • Diploma of Higher Education

Awarding body:

Bangor University (United Kingdom)

Mode of delivery and duration:

Course Duration:

3 years (Full time mode)

Pattern of attendance

Full-time: Monday through Saturday

Mode of Delivery:

This programme will be taught at MDIS Tashkent by MDIS and Bangor University approved lecturers

Programme Type:

This is a programme that is offered as an evening and day programme and can be completed in three years. The programme has twenty nine modules. 

Location(s) at which programme is delivered: 

MDIS Tashkent Campus

Main educational aims of the programme:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the broad area of Computer Information Systems (CIS) and business processes
  • Appreciation of the breadth of CIS applications and business processes and an understanding of common approaches to application architecture and development
  • Ability to formulate and analyze requirements and practical constraints of CIS computer systems
  • Develop skills in business finance, economics and marketing
  • Assess and choose optimal methods and approaches for specification, design, implementation and evaluation of computer-based systems and business information systems
  • Gain an understanding of key business models, processes, regulations and procedures
  • Specify, design, construct and operate computer-based systems including programming
  • Recognize risks or safety aspects in computer systems and business processes
  • The ability to choose and use the appropriate computing tools including programming languages
  • Edit and manipulate textual information and other on-line data in relevant contexts, especially business
  • Organize data for visualization, analysis, extraction and evaluation of information
  • Present a case and justify a course of action
  • Manage people, resources and time including one’s own
  • Recognize professional, moral and ethical issues involved in exploiting computing technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMME CORE INFORMATION

 

MODULE INFORMATION 

Year 1

Semester 1

 

Unix Operating System

(10 credit)

Programming Fundamentals

(10 credit)

Web Technologies

(10 credit)

Computing Fundamentals

(20 credit) (Semester 1 + 2)

Intro to Business and Management

(10 credits)

CORE Economics

(20 credits) (Semester 1 + 2)

Semester 2

 

Java Programming Laboratory

(10 credit)

Information Systems

(10 credit)

Professional Perspectives

(10 credit)

Introduction to Marketing

(10 credit)

 

Year 2

Semester 1

 

System Administration & Maintenance

(20 credit) (Semester 1 + 2)

Application Development

(20 credit) (Semester 1 + 2)

Database Systems 1

(10 credit)

Software Hut

(20 credit) (Semester 1 + 2)

Principles of Marketing

(10 credit)

Principle of Organization & Management

(10 credit)

Semester 2

 

Knowledge Management & Info Retrieval

(10 credit)

Business Information Systems

(10 credit)

Marketing Research

(10 credit)

 

Year 3

Semester 1

 

Computer & Network Security

(10 credit)

Apps Artificial Intelligence

(10 credit)

Individual Project-Computing

(30 credit) (Semester 1 + 2)

Human Resource Management

(10 credit)

International Business

(10 credit)

Semester 2

Databases - Design & Implementation

(10 credit)

Web-Based Applications

(10 credit)

Internet Tech for E-Commerce

(10 credit)

Business Process Reengineering

 (10 credit)

Strategic Management

(10 credit)