Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Information System(BBA)

Management Information System Program: An Overview

Through the different fields of study including management, finance, marketing and economics as well as information systems development & design, the department aims to provide to students a balance between management & business principles and technical skills. It will help students master the theory without losing sight of applications. Graduates of the MIS Department should be well prepared for graduate work or professional employment in information systems or business-related areas (Computer Systems Analyst, information security manager, technical support specialist, software or web-developer, …).

Educational Objectives for MIS program

  • Understand broad business knowledge across disciplines and demonstrate analytical competencies in the business profession including critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and information literacy.
  • Apply sound managerial concepts and principles in the development and operation of information systems.
  • Apply systems analysis, IS design and project management concepts
  • Apply technical concepts in information technology.
  • Become contributing members of multidisciplinary teams and successfully apply the fundamentals of their educational background.

Program Outcome Objectives

At the end of the program, students will be able to

  • Critically state, describe, and consider an issue or business problem.
  • Analyze a problem, identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
  • Design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the discipline.
  • Support the use, delivery and management of information systems within an information systems environment.
  • Provide credible, relevant, and convincing information (e.g., explanations, analogies, quotations, statistics, examples, contexts) during communication.
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Function in a multidisciplinary team.

Courses & Requirements

General Requirements
Code Name Credits
CST201 General Education I 3
CST 202 General Education II 3
Required Credits: 6
Description: Courses required for all AUL Students
English Requirements
Code Name Credits
ENG203 English for Academic writing 3
ENG204 Advanced Eng. Academic Writing 3
ENG206 Business Communication Skills 3
Required Credits: 9
Description: three courses are required (ENG203, ENG 204, ENG206)
Business Common Requirements
Code Name Credits
ACC210 Accounting I 3
ACC211 Accounting II 3
BUS210 Business Law 3
BUS319 Business Ethics 3
ECO210 Microeconomics 3
ECO211 Macroeconomics 3
FIN210 Managerial finance 3
HRM210 Human Resource Management 3
MAT212 MAT212-Business Math 3
MAT213 Business statistics 3
MGT210 Introduction to management 3
MGT410 Business Research 3
MIS210 Management Information System 3
MKT210 Introduction to Marketing 3
Required Credits: 43
Major Courses
Code Name Credits
MIS320 Quantitative Techniques 3
MIS321 Computer Networking Application 3
MIS322 Data Mining for Business 3
MIS323 Business Application Programming 4
CSC222 Database Systems 3
CSC222L Database Systems Lab 1
CSC310 Software Engineering 3
CSC310L Software Engineering Lab 1
MIS420 E-Business & Web Design 3
MIS421 Business Intelligence 3
MIS 431 Business Process Management 3
MIS426 MIS Senior Project 2
MIS425 MIS Practical Training 1
Required Credits: 34
Major Elective
Code Name Credits
ACC320 Business Software Application 3
MGT420 Project Management 3
MIS430 Special Topics in MIS 3
MIS433 ERP Implementation 3
MKT335 E- Marketing 3
Required Credits: 3
Description: choose one of the following (ACC320, MGT420, MIS430, MIS433, MKT335)
Free Elective
Code Name Credits
FRE-I Free Elective 3
Required Credits: 3

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