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  • Career path
  • Entry requirements

Bachelor of Business Information Systems

Information systems are integral to every face of business from the core functions of procurement, accounts or sales and marketing, through to intelligent systems that aid strategic decision making. Departments within the same company cannot base the decisions they make on their operations alone, as the actions of one department impact on those of another to a greater or lesser degree. As a result, more and more companies are integrating their information systems, allowing separate divisions to share information and make more informed decisions with a broader organisational view.

Recent events in the world economic order have only served to emphasise the importance of information systems in making better use of resources and increasing company efficiencies, performance and overall competitiveness. Companies are now placing greater priority on aspects such as performance measurement, creation of new markets, customer loyalty and making future forecasts-both for the business and within the wider economic environment. Information systems enable all of these aspects to an increasing degree and promise to play a widening role in the running of organisations into the future. The Bachelor of Business Information Systems ties strongly to strategic and commercial elements of the organisation, providing a strong business-orientated perspective throughout.

Graduates will gain:

  • A holistic knowledge of the importance of information management within the wider organisational context.
  • A firm grounding on the leading trends and key aspects of information and communications systems, and how they can be applied to different areas of the organisation-from strategy planning and decision making to the more functional operations of the business.
  • The skills to manage both information systems and human resources with a high degree of professional ethics.
Year One
  • Introduction to ICT
  • Communication skills
  • Financial Accounting 
  • Foundations of Information Systems
  • Business  Administration
  • Mathematics for IS Professionals 


  • Data and Information Management I
  • Business Statistics
  • Internet Technology and web design
  • Business law
  • System Analysis and Design
Year Two
  • Data and Information Management II
  • Business Process Management and workflow 
  • Management Information System  
  • Human Computer Interaction 
  • Case Study
  • Database programming 


  • Research methodology
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Business Software Applications 
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Management
  • Data Communication and Networking
  • Systems Administration 
  • E – Commerce 
Year Three
  • Project Management in IS
  • Geographical Information System 
  • Professional Issues in IT 
  • Strategic Management of Human Resource 
  • Modeling and Simulation


  • Information Security 
  • Emerging  trends in  IS
  • Final Project
  • Business Intelligence and Data ware Housing 

Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Information Systems will be at an advantage in pursuing careers such as information management, planning, project management, operations management, business analysis and systems development.

For those that wish to continue with their academic studies, the Bachelor of Business Information Systems qualifies one to apply for a Master’s degree program in the same discipline.

Internship and placement opportunities can be arranged.

Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education

its equivalent and 2 principal passes obtained at the same sitting

Diploma in any related course from a recorgnized Institution