Computer Science & MIS
The department offer Computer science and Management Information System related courses which include theory, design, development and applications. Principal area in the study of computer science are mathematical foundation for computer science, hardware, software, network & security, programming languages.
Management Information System related courses are used to provide skill for the decision making, the coordination, analysis and control an organization with the help of Information Technology. The study of these courses examines people and technology in an organizational context.
The art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building. Interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.
Banking & Finance
The field that is concerned with the allocation of assets and liabilities over space and time. Finance can also be defined as the science of money management.
A way to communicate the financial health of a business or an organization to any and all interested parties. It is a way of assessing the assets, liabilities and cash flow, or the future of an entity for all current and future investors.
A wide field that incorporates many types of management positions. From major corporations to independent businesses, every operation needs skilled administrators in order to succeed. Motivated, organized personalities will thrive in business, where environments are often high-powered.
Marketing & E-Commerce
Meeting the needs and wants of customers; Marketing is a business-wide function – it is not something that operates alone from other business activities; Marketing is about understanding customers and finding ways to provide products or services which customers demand.
Management Information System
A formal discipline within business education that bridges the gap between computer science and well-known business disciplines such as finance, marketing, and management.
Designed to prepare the student for starting a degree in a certain field, for example, foundation programmes in business, in computer science.
They can also be tailored for a specific type of degree course.