|Course:||Bachelor of Commerce:Information Systems (Accounting)|
Bachelors of Commerce in Information Systems (Accounting) provides you with skills and insight that will assistance in the application of computers to such areas as business management, finance, production, marketing, administration, distribution and auditing. Students learn about business systems ranging from those used for transactions processing to those used for logistical and strategic decision making. This programme is a dual major and students major is Information Systems (IS) and a choice of Computer Science with Accounting. prospective students within this course must have acquired bachelors degree in matric or any equivalent qualification acceptable for this course.
|Requirements:||• Minimum NSC requirements for degree entry must be met. • English, Afrikaans or isiXhosa (home language or first additional language) on at least a level 5 (60–69%). • Mathematics 5 (60–69%).|
|Job Opportunities:||Graduates can pursue roles in the application and management of computer systems in business. They are also equipped to pursue a wide range of careers in Information Systems such as business and database programming, business and systems analysis, financial modeling, project management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) consulting.|