About Masters of Business Informatics
MBI innovatively aligns business needs with information technology to train business leaders in the digital century. It provides a well-balanced composition of business and technology studies necessary to foster business growth and competitive advantage. The inclusion of seminar series in year two is a unique approach that will enable students learn important aspects of business informatics from staff and guest lectures who will be facilitating the seminars drawing from their field experiences.
Target audiences for MBI include among others:
- Professionals with a degree in business informatics, information technology/systems, computing, business studies/economics, or any related degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field.
- Business, institutional or organizational employees in public, private and NGO sectors who wish to acquire practical and professional skills for business informatics.
- Business directors and managers who want to advance their present careers, or acquire new skills to re-direct their careers, or seeking to expand their expertise in dealing with new executive management tasks.
- At least a second class lower degree in Computing, Information Technology/Systems, Informatics, Business Studies, or a good degree from other STEM-related fields from a recognized University.
- A Postgraduate Diploma in Computing, Information Technology/Systems, Informatics,
Business Informatics, Business Studies, or other STEM-related fields from a recognized
University. Students joining the programme with a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Informatics will start from year 2 since they will have completed year 1 courses during their postgraduate diploma programme.
Year 1: Semester 1
|PGBI 5111||Marketing and Web-enabled Businesses||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5112||Business Informatics Project Planning and Management||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5113||Financial and Managerial Accounting||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5114||Computer Networks||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5115||Business Systems Design and Development||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5116||Data Mining for Business Intelligence||45||30||60||4|
|PGBI 5117||Business Informatics Strategic Management||45||30||60||4|
|Total Credit Unit||20|
Year 1: Semester 2
|PGBI 5221||Qualitative Research Methods||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5222||Quantitative Research Methods||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5223||Banking and Finance Service Management in informatics||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5224||Business Modeling, Simulation and Data Analysis||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5225||Mentored Research Concept Paper||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5226||Security Analysis and Portfolio Management||30||60||60||4|
|PGBI 5227||Security Issues in Business Informatics||30||60||60||4|
|Total Credit Units||24|
Year 2 Semester 1: Audited Seminar Series
|Seminar Series1: Creativity and Innovation||8||8||12|
|Seminar Series 2: Proposal and Dissertation Writing||8||8||12|
|Seminar Series 3: Computerized Accounting||8||8||12|
|Seminar Series 4: Research Ethics||8||8||12|
Year 2: Semester 2: Audited Seminar Series
|Seminar Series 5: Business Informatics Ethics||8||8||12|
|Seminar Series 6: Academic Writing and Publishing||8||8||12|
Year 2: Semester 2: Mentored Business Informatics Project
Course Code: PGBI 5211
|PGBI 5211||Mentored Business Informatics Project|
|Total Credit Units||20|
|Revenue Description||Unit Cost|
|Book Bank fees||200,000|