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Management Information Systems (BSc)
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Faculty
Faculty of Business and Economics
Department
Management Information Systems
Qualification
BSc (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Lenght
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,000 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Dates
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Management Information Systems (BSc)

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The production, analysis, publication, storage and retrieval of information has become crucial to the existence of most present day institutions. The need for management personnel who understand computer technology and its impact on today’s business operations has never been greater.

 

The MIS department of Girne American University was established in 1995 and is the first in North Cyprus. Providing Undergraduate, Masters and PhD programs, it integrates both IT and business courses. The program prepares students to design and manage computer systems and related-technologies for any organization. Courses focus upon analysis of business systems, computer software and hardware concepts, database management as well as network and telecommunication systems. Graduates will know how to use system building tools and packages; have developed skills in database design, development and implementation; effectively use current analysis and design techniques for the development of information systems; examine the role of new and emerging technologies in areas such as the Internet, data communications and programming languages; use project management techniques and explore issues relating to the management and development of information systems; put personal and professional skills and ideas into practice, work both individually and in teams, and be prepared for careers in industry and commerce areas.

 

The need for management personnel who understand computer technology and its impact on today’s business operations has never been greater. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Information Systems, you will be a crucial resource in the information systems industry. The program prepares students to design and manage computer systems and relatedtechnologies. Courses focus upon analysis of business systems, computer software and hardware concepts, database management as well as network and telecommunication systems. Students are required to complete 132 credits for this program.

 

This department is designed for those who wish to become system/business analysts, designers, and managers of information systems in business and industry. It develops both personal and professional skills necessary to work with organizations in the development of a project life cycle (analysis, design, building and management of information systems).MIS graduates will find career opportunities wherever IT is used in business, industry and government. Such career opportunity fields include knowledge management systems and business analysis, website management, E-commerce development, database development, project support, decision support systems, requirements analysis, software product development, IT strategy and management. 

 

Future opportunities;

  • Programmer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Specialist
  • Network Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Project Lead
  • Information Technology Consultant
  • Applications Developer

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • ECON101  Introduction to Economics I
  • COMP103  Introduction to Computer & Information Systems I
  • BUS101 Introduction To Business Management
  • MAT101  Business Mathematics I
  • EGL101  Development of Reading Skills
  • NH001 NC National History
  • TFL101 NC Turkish as a Foreign Language I 

Spring Semester

  • CIS102  Algorithm & Programming Techniques
  • COMP104  Introduction to Computer & Information Systems II
  • MAT102 Business Mathematics II
  • EGL102  Development of Writing Skills
  • BUS108  Principles of Management
  • NH002 NC National History II
  • TFL102 NC Turkish as a Foreign Language II 

 

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • BUS203 Financial Accounting I
  • CIS205  Statistical Data Analysis
  • CIS207  Fundamentals of Programming Language
  • CIS209  Database Systems
  • CS201  Communication Skills I
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • CIS212  Visual Programming
  • CIS214  System Analysis & Design
  • CIS206  Information Systems
  • CIS218  Networking & Telecommunications
  • CS202  Communication Skills II
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II

 

 

Year 3

 

Fall Semester

  • BUS305  Quantitative Methods & Forecasting
  • CIS301 Web Applications Development
  • CIS313 Information Systems Security
  • CIS307 Object Oriented Programming
  • CIS309  Structured Programming Languages
  • Departmental Elective

Spring Semester

  • BUS302 E-Commerce
  • BUS304 Operations Management
  • CIS316  Adv. Database Management Systems
  • CIS318  Multimedia Development
  • CIS320  Computer Services Management
  • Departmental Elective
  • STJ 030 NC Internship -30 calendar days

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • CIS403 Operating Systems
  • CIS415  Software Engineering Principles
  • CIS401  IT Project Management
  • Departmental Elective
  • Non-Departmental Elective
  • Non-Departmental Elective

Spring Semester

  • CIS418  Graduation Project
  • CIS404  Computer Graphics
  • CIS416  Professional & Legal Issues in Computing
  • Departmental Elective
  • Non-Departmental Elective
  • Non-Departmental Elective

 

 

Electives

MIS Electives:

  • CIS408  Wireless Networking
  • CIS409  Game Programming
  • CIS410  Artificial Intelligence
  • CIS412  Internet Programming
  • CIS414  Modern Programming Platforms
  • CIS419  Research Methods
  • CIS420  Computer Forensics
  • CIS421  2D, 3D Digital Applications
  • CIS422  Human Computer Interaction
  • CIS423  Mobile Device Programming
  • CIS424  Emerging Technologies

Non-Departmental Electives:

  • BUS213  Business Ethics
  • BUS303  Human Resource Management
  • BUS315  Principles of Marketing
  • BUS406  Insurance & Risk Management
  • BUS407  Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • BUS408  Non-Governmental Organizations
  • BUS418  Small Business Seminar
  • BUS420  Contemporary Issues in Business
  • BUS444  Cross Cultural Studies in Organizations
  • BUS445  Workshop in Export and Import
  • BUS452  Advertising and Promotion Management
  • BUS454  Logistic Management
  • BUS462  Leadership and Organizational Culture

Service Courses:

  • Language Elective I
  • Language Elective II

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