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BA (Hons) in Business Information Systems



Business Information Systems is the most exciting, dynamic topic in business today. The reasons for this are the continual change in technology, business use of the technology and its impact on business success. The undergraduate BIS degree provides students with an exciting mix of key technology and business skills; essential for the modern IT / BIS Professional. This unique combination ensures that graduates are work-ready with relevant technical skills and business knowledge. The programme is of particular relevance to those working or aspiring to work in the ICT/IS industry. Book or enquire below.

CollegeDublin Business School (DBS)
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Course CategoryBusiness Studies, Business
Course TypeClassroom Based
Course QualificationHonours Bachelor Degree
Awarding BodyQQI
Awarding Body DetailsBA (Hons) in Business Information Systems
Course DurationThree years
Course TimeFull time, beginning in September 2019
Course Fee5,795
Entry Requirements2 H5 + 4 O6/H7, to include Mathematics & English or another language
Carear PathThe ICT sector in Ireland is a thriving and growing industry with the top 10 global ICT companies maintaining a presence in Ireland. It is one of the country's most prevalent employers and at present over 80,000 people are employed by such companies in Ireland. The 2014 Action Plan for jobs the ICT sector continues to be highlighted with a diverse range of areas such as cloud computing network security, localisation and testing, telecommunications and research and development being key career opportunities.
Phone014177500
Course CodeDB524
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