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A business education programme which features curricula that are innovative, engaging, and adapted to global needs and trends.
The BSc (Hons) Intelligent Systems is designed to enable students to develop the knowledge and skills.
At the end of the Programme, graduates should be able to apply theoretical principles of Business Information Systems in various areas and more.
Faculty of Engineering & Computing
The programme integrates skills development in the curriculum relevant to the business and IT industry.
The programme will equip students with the knowledge and skills to develop mobile applications.
The Cambridge International Examinations is a top-ranked examination board that operates under guidelines for quality, standards and consistency.
The Diploma in Business is a two-year HELP University programme that prepares students for admission into the second year of business related degree programmes at internationally recognised universities.
This programme covers theoretical and conceptual accounting matters combined with the basic accounting skills needed to make graduates employable.
The programme’s curriculum blends the traditional components of a management education with the study of those content, skill, and sensitivity areas that uniquely define entrepreneurship.
The programme involves a core in mainstream finance supplemented with studies in related quantitative techniques and methodologies, economics and management.
This programme is designed to provide students with an indepth knowledge of the three management functions that have become most critical in modern organisations.
This programme is designed for students who wish to specialise in courses that lead to a career in international business management.
The programme develops critical thinking and communication skills so that graduates may deal effectively with the continually changing business environment.
The degree aims to cover the analysis of a specific set of topics but also to teach an approach to logical analysis of social and individual decision making.