Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
As a graduate of the BBus/BCIS conjoint programme students will have a broad base of skills and be prepared for a myriad of career opportunities. Students will develop a sound technical understanding of computing and information technology, knowledge of core business disciplines, plus the ability to plan, develop and apply appropriate technologies and tools to framing and solving problems in a range of contexts.
The Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences degree consists of 510 points studied over a period of at least four years of full-time or a longer period of part-time study.
- Business information systems
- Entrepreneurship and innovation
- Human resource management and employment relations
- International business
- Sustainable enterprise
- Computational intelligence
- Computer science
- IT service science
- Network and security
- Software development
Standard entry requirements
NCEA Level 3
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