About The BCom Information and Technology Management
The Bachelor of Commerce in Information and Technology Management from MANCOSA develops applied competence in analysing, interpreting and applying information technology (IT) management principles and methods. It further develops the intellectual, research and professional skills of the student.
A secondary purpose is to provide a convenient and appropriate avenue into information technology management studies.
Who Should Attend
Duration: 3 years
- Introduction to Business Management
- Economics 1A
- Informatics 1A
- Analytical Techniques
- Introduction to Functional Areas of Management
- Economics 1B
- Informatics 1B
- Financial Reporting and Analysis
- Informatics 2A
- Information and Technology Management 2A
- Information Systems
- Advanced Business Statistics
- Informatics 2B
- Information and Technology Management 2B
- Principles of Project Management
- Management Accounting
- Informatics 3A
- Information and Technology Management 3A
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Informatics 3B
- Information and Technology Management 3B
- Capstone Project
Upon successful completion of the BCom Information and Technology Management, the student should be able to:
- Use appropriate research methods / techniques to develop solutions to problems.
- Analyse the importance of information technology and information management in contemporary organisations.
- Evaluate the best approach for risk analysis standards and best practices that can be applied.
- Apply Strategy Maps to the organisational vision to derive the organisational strategies and business objectives.
- Develop a policy framework on information technology asset security and the management of information technology security.
- Analyse future trends within the IT industry and select trends to suit organisations.
- Explain the impact of new technologies on the IT governance framework and the process for implementing a project management methodology.
- Differentiate between various architectural styles and choosing an architectural style within an organisation.
- Explain the impact and consequences of designing IT systems within isolation of the other business.
- Align business and technology through service-oriented design.