BSc (Hons) IT Management for Business
GCU is the first Scottish university to offer the Tech Industry Gold Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) degree.
The Tech Partnership, working with the UK government and industry, established the ITMB degree in 2005 to meet the demand in the workplace for managers with a combination of both strong business management and technical computing skills. The programme was designed in consultation with major employers in this area including BT, Capgemini, CA Technologies, Cisco Systems, IBM, the Ministry of Justice and the NHS.
The course aims to provide students with a broad understanding of business-centred information systems and an awareness of the business models, needs and organisational structures which these systems support. Students study modules from across the computing and business subject areas. Employers are involved throughout the programme, taking part in guest lectures, career mentoring and networking events. Additionally students are encouraged to undertake industry placements.
The Tech Partnership community also provides opportunities for interaction with fellow students across the UK.
|Duration:||4 years (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£11,500 / year (intl. students)|
Graduates would expect to embark on careers in the key areas of Business Analysis, Business Strategy and Planning, Systems Analysis, IT Consultancy and IT Project Management. These areas have been identified by employers as key for the successful deployment of critical business systems.
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ITMB boosts your employability thanks to the many employer events on offer. The events give you the opportunity to engage with employers and grow in confidence.
Second year student ITMB
- Web Development
- Software Engineering and Computer Systems from the Computing Department and Economics and Data Analysis from the business school
- Object Oriented Analysis and Design
- Database Development
- Financial Management