BSc. Management Information Systems
The BSc Management Information Systems is a four-to-six-year programme which aims to provide students with basic tools for analytical thinking around socio-technical issues, state of the art technology knowledge and skills, entrepreneurship, leadership and managerial skills. It aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills to employ appropriate scientific methodologies to analyse, design and manage socio-technical systems.
The programme’s objectives are to train students to:
- Analyse the combination of information technology and business management in context;
- Analyse and exploit the co-evolution of information technology and society;
- Design socio-technical requirements for the development of IT systems;
- Design software applications
- Manage various kinds of information systems
Graduates will need these MIS ideas and skills to make them employable in these times of constant technology change in society
SSSCE: Aggregate score of 24 or better. Credit passes (A-D) in 6 Subjects including Core Mathematics, Core Science & English.
WASSCE: Aggregate score of 24 or better. Credit Passes (A1-C6) in 6 Subjects including Core Mathematics, Core Science & English.
GCE A‘ Level: Aggregate 12 or better with a pass of D or better in Physics or Mathematics.
Diplomas/Certificates from local and foreign institutions authenticated by the National Accreditation Board (NAB).
Mature Students must be at least 25 years at the time of applying and must write a qualifying exam and score an average of 50% in it. They must also have relevant working experience plus credit passes in Mathematics and English.
HND holders in relevant disciplines may be admitted to Level 200.
Certificate in Information and Communication Technology from GIMPA with an average score of not less than 55%. They must equally satisfy the requirements above for entering a tertiary institution.
|UECO 100||Micro-Economics||GBUS 201||Accounting Foundations|
|GSOT 105||Fundamentals of Computing||UECO 200||Macro-Economics|
|GBUS 101Communication Skills I||GSOT 102||Calculus II|
|GSOT 101||Calculus 1||GBUS 202||Communication Skills II|
|GSOT 103||Programming Fundamentals||GSOT 104||Object Oriented|
|ISY 201A||Information and Knowledge Society||ICTE 201||Database Design II|
|GSOT 203||Systems Analysis and Design||GSOT 202||Web Technologies and Design|
|ISY 203A||Database Design I||GSOT 204||Probability and Statistics|
|UACC 101||Cost and Management Accounting||ISY 202A||Systems Thinking and Practice|
|GBUS 205||Management and Org. Behaviour||GBUS 106||Reading Seminar in Humanities|
|ICTE 301||IT Research methods||ICTE 304||Introduction to Data Structures|
|UMKT 100||Principles of Marketing||ISY 302A||Business Process Reengineering|
|GSOT 401||Management Information Systems||GSOT 302||Human Computer Interaction|
|GSOT 301||IT Entrepreneurship||ICTE 302||IT Project Management|
|ISY 303E||Business Telecom & Networking||UFIN 100||Financial Management|
|GSOT 403Ethical & Legal Issues in Computing||ICTE 402||Electronic Business|
|UACC 304Accounting Information Systems||GSOT 404Computer and Information Security|
|Elective Course 1||Elective Course 3|
|Elective Course 2||Elective Course 4|
|GSOT 406:||Project 1||GSOT 406||Project 2|
GSOT 430: Geographic Information Systems
ICTE 410: IT Auditing
ICTE 420: Advanced Database Design
GSOT 440: Enterprise Social Media and Digital Disruption
UGPA 201: Principles of Public Administration
GSOT 420: Wireless Networks
GSOT 450: Data Warehousing & Mining
ISY 410A: ICT Policy and Strategy Formulation
ISY 420A: Business Intelligence and Data Mining