The programme aims to train future business professionals in the core domains of business and cutting-edge information systems that underpin the contemporary information society. Graduates from the programme can excel in key professional or managerial positions that require both advanced business knowledge and IT-enabled problem solving skills.
Stream A is offered to applicants with a non-IT background and focuses on developing their competence in evaluating cutting-edge IT, coordinating IT-enabled business initiatives, and managing the operation of business information systems, so as to meet the business needs of the organization.
Stream B is offered to applicants with an IT/IS-related background and focuses on developing their business domain knowledge (e.g., finance, accounting, and marketing) and management skills, so that they boost their ability to meet business needs by leveraging IT/IS applications and managing cutting-edge IT/IS projects.
- Scholarship with an amount above HK$45,000
- Hands-on Management Consulting Experience
- Strong Alumni Support
- Continuing Education Fund (CEF) to Hong Kong residents
|Schedule||Part-time and full-time|
|Presence of students||On-campus|
|Enrollment capacity per term||120|
|Average number of applications per term||900|
|Total number of enrolled students||120|
|Tuition and fees per year||131100.00 HKD|
The aim of this course is to introduce the students to essential business programming concepts and skill, with emphasis on business information systems construction. On completion of this course, student should be able to: a) understand basic problem solving; b) construct simple business software application to solve a particular business problem using a commonly used business programming language, Visual Basic.
The aim of this course is to introduce the students to advanced business programming concepts and skill, with emphasis on business information systems construction. On completion of this course, student should be able to: a) understand object-oriented programming; b) understanding basic algorithms; c) construct simple business software application to solve a particular business problem by integrating OO, multimedia, files and database technologies.
This course aims to:
- provide an introduction to information systems (IS) in general and electronic business (e-business) applications in particular, and
- enable students to analyze the managerial issues related to information and e-business systems in organizations and deploy these systems effectively.
This course focuses on systems analysis and design with an emphasis on the development of information systems. Methods of system documentation are examined through the use of object-oriented and structured analysis tools and techniques for describing processes, use cases, data structures, system objects, file designs, input and output designs, and program specifications.
This course aims to introduce the basic concepts of database systems. It covers database models and languages for the physical design and implementation, and design methods for the conceptual and logical design of database applications.
This elective course aims to introduce emerging as well as popular analytical concepts and information technologies suitable for management support with business intelligence.
The course aims to teach students the process, models, and tools for data analysis and analytics in business, such as in finance, marketing, etc. The course will teach students the practical skills to employ software packages (such as spreadsheets and statistics software) and apply necessary extensions (such as with add-in tools, macros, scripts, queries, etc.) to analytical framework and tackle business data analysis problems for corporation manage and decision making.
The aim of this course is to examine key infrastructural and security issues involved in Electronic Commerce transactions. A managerial perspective will be adopted throughout. Both electronic payment infrastructure and transactional security infrastructure will be covered.