Strathmore University Bbit, In the past many students would have found opportunities in the work environment with just computer science training. Employers today prefer students who have a thorough knowledge of Information Technology and who at the same time understand how business organisations are managed.
To ensure curriculum keeps pace with changing industry demands, students will select current topics to be covered by industry experts in their Courses in humanities and ethics are included to address wider awareness of social and human life that form the society, the private life and human relations, and consequently the life of a company and its performance. The course is structured to focus on issues surrounding development and implementation of IT solutions that meet organisational strategies ie:
• Strategic use of information systems to give businesses a competitive advantage through proper information management.
• Strategic use of information systems to give businesses a competitive advantage through Management of ICT as a strategic corporate resource
BBIT offers a combination of Computer Science, Business Management and Human Development courses for careers in: Systems analysts and designers, System developers, Network administrators, Database developers and administrators, Managers of IT departments, Project Managers, Researchers in Future CEOs