Major of
Business Information System

Sheikh Zayed Campus

Discover Business Information System Major

  • About Major
  • Program Objectives
  • What will I learn?
  • Career path
  • Mission

About Major

Studying Business Information Management is a challenging field focused on integrating computer-based information technology solutions and business processes to meet businesses needs and other enterprises. The computer-based information technology is viewed as an instrument for generating, processing and distributing information. While computers are the tool for this field, we equip students to be able to create an efficient and valuable environment within their organizations. Here we develop Classes using modern equipment, based on the advanced electronics, in line with the latest trends in science and technology.

 

Program Objectives

The business Information system (BIS) program deals with the practical and theoretical problems of collecting and analyzing information in a business area. The program consists of courses that include topics in modern fields such as Technologies and theories for the structuring and analysis of information.

What will I learn?

Organizational studies: theories of organizations, and how they communicate and share information. Basics of business analysis, marketing, accounting, project management, and human resource management. Theories and practice for programming, the design of user interfaces, data mining, and visualization. Knowledge of different operating systems, environments, applications, and utilities. Web application development such as management information systems. Knowledge of information administration, database and database administration, and information centers.

Career Path

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Mission

The Information Technology Management program offers a blend of business

management essentials to provide students with the skills needed to

run an organization, as well as business technology fundamentals that empower

students and give them an edge to develop any business operation.

Major of Business Information System

Study Plan

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Semester 1

  • (BAS011)Mathematics
  • (BAS 021)Physics
  • (BAS 041) Chemistry 
  • (BAS 032)Mechanics1
  • (HUM A1)General Requirements (Elective A1) Communication in Education I 
  • (MED011)Engineering Drawing & Projection
  • (HUM 081)Computer Skills

Semester 2

  • (BAS012)Mathematics2
  • (BAS 022)Physics 2
  • (BAS 033)Mechanics 2
  • (HUM 011)Arabic Language
  • (MED 021)History of Engineering & Technology
  • (MED 022)Principles of Manufacturing Engineering
  • (HUM A2)General Requirements (Elective A2) Communication in Education II 

Semester 1

  • (ARC 112)Visual training & Freehand Drawing
  • (ARC 113)Scenography & Perspective
  • (ARC 131)Building Construction 1
  • (ARC 121)History & Theory of Architecture 1
  • (CIS 114)Structural Analysis 1
  • (INST A1)Institute Requirements (Elective A1) Principle of Architecture Design
  • (HUM 012)English Language 1

Semester 2

  • (CIW 121)Engineering Surveying
  • (INST A2)Institute Requirements (Elective A2) Arts & Architecture
  • (ARC 122)History & Theory of Architecture 2
  • (ARC 151)Architectural Design 1
  • (HUM 111)Technical Report Writing
  • (MEP 342)Air Conditioning in Buildings
  • (HUM 013)English Language 2

Semester 1

  • (CIS 140)Behaviour of Materials & Concrete Technology
  • (ARC 132)Building Construction 2
  • (ARC B1)Major Requirements (Elective B1) Interior Design
  • (ARC 252)Architectural Design 2
  • (ARC 223)History & Theory of Architecture 3
  • (CIS 223)Design of Reinforced concrete Structures
  • (IEN 314)Project Management

Semester 2

  • (ARC 241)Environmental Control 
  • (ARC 253)Architectural Design 3
  • (ARC 224)History & Theory of Architecture 4
  • (ARC 233)Building Construction 3
  • (CIW 232)Sanitary Installations in Building
  • (ARC 262)History & Theory of Planning
  • (CIS 224)Soil Mechanics and Foundation

Semester 1

  • (IEN 131)Monitoring & Quality Control System
  • (ARC 354)Architectural Design 4
  • (CIW 331)Environmental Impact of Projects
  • (ARC 261)Landscape & Urban Design
  • (BAS 212)Statistics & Probability Theory
  • (ARC 371)Architectural & Urban Legislations
  • (HUM 182)Analysis & Research Skills
  • (291)Field Training 1

Semester 2

  • (ARC 355)Architectural Design 5
  • (ARC A1)Major Requirements (Elective A1) Feasibility Studies Of Urban Projects
  • (ARC B2)Major Requirements (Elective B2) Sustainable Architecture 
  • (IEN 351)Engineering Economics
  • (CIS 231)Design of Steel Structure 1
  • (ARC 242)Acoustics & Illumination
  • (ARC 331)Working Drawings 1

Semester 1

  • (INST A3)Institute Requirements (Elective A3) Principles of Design & Manufacturing Engineering
  • (HUM 381)Principles of Negotiation
  • (ARC 463)Housing
  • (ARC 491)Project 1
  • (HUM A3)General Requirements (Elective A3) Arab & Islamic Civilization
  • (ARC 332)Working Drawings 2
  • (HUM 181)Communication & Presentation Skills
  • (391)Field Training 2

Semester 2

  • (ARC 472)Execution Documents
  • (ARC A2)Major Requirements (Elective A2) Advanced Technical Installations
  • (ARC 492)Project 2
  • (HUM 351)Professional Ethics
  • (HUM 352)Human Rights
  • (HUM A4 )General Requirements (Elective A4)Trends in Contemporary Arts
  • (HUM B1)General Requirements ( Elective B ) Business Administration

Institute Requirements ( Elective A ) (Select 6 Credit Hrs.)

  • (CIS 111)Principles of Construction & Building Engineering
  • (ARC 111)Arts & Architecture 
  • (ELP 111)Principles of Electrical Engineering
  • (ELE 121)Principles of Electronic Engineering
  • (MED 111)Principles of Design & Manufacturing Engineering 
  • (MEP 111)Principles of Mechanical Power Engineering
  • (ARC 110)Principles of Architectural Design
  • (ELE 477)Principles of Coding Theory
  • (ELE 472)Principles of Optoelectronics

General Requirements ( Elective A ) (Select 8 Credit Hrs.)

  • (HUM X62)Music Appreciation
  • (HUM X71)Introduction to History of Civilization
  • (HUM X72)Trends in Contemporary Arts
  • (HUM X73)Recent Egypt's History
  • (HUM X74)Heritage of Egyptian Literature
  • (HUM X75)Arab & Islamic Civilization
  • (HUM X76)Literary Appreciation
  • (HUM X51)Communication in Education I
  • (HUM X52) Communication in Education 2

General Requirements ( Elective B ) (Select 2 Credit Hrs.)

  • (HUM 121)Introduction to Accounting
  • (HUM 221)Business Administration

Major Requirements (Elective A) Select 4 Credit Hrs.

  • (ARC 327)Architectural Criticism & Projects Evaluation
  • (ARC 334)Building Economics
  • (ARC 335)Advanced Technical Installations
  • (ARC 336)Maintenance of Buildings
  • (ARC 372)Feasibility Studies Of Urban Projects

Major Requirements (Elective B) Select 6 Credit Hrs.

  • (ARC 457)Interior Design
  • (ARC 458)Sustainable Architecture 
  • (ARC 464)Urban Renewal
  • (ARC 481)Conservation of Urban Heritage

Our Stuff

Dr. Adel Mohamed Zaki Ali

Professor/Dean of Business

• PhD in Philosophy of Science, university of abredon , 1987. • M.SC in Science, Aswan University, 1979. • B.Sc in Science, Cairo University, 1974.

Dr. Rawia Abd El-Kader Mohamed Awes

Associate Professor & Vice Dean at Business Administration Dept.

• PhD in Business Administration, Cairo University, 2012. • M.SC in Business Administration, AAST, 2004 • B.Sc in Oriental language& Literature Islamk branch, Cairo University, 1980.

Dr. Nabil Ahmed Ali Al-Sakka

Associate Professor at Business Administration Dept.

• PhD in Business Administration, Sadat Academy, 2005. • M.SC in Business Administration, Sadat Academy, 2001. • B.Sc in Business Administration, Alexandria University, 1991.

Head of Department Message

Sherif Fahmy
Sector Manager for Building & Health Care divisions in Sealed Air, Diversey Care
I am Sherif a Business Technology graduate, 2009. I am currently living in Dubai working as a Sector Manager for Building & Health Care divisions in Sealed Air, Diversey Care. I believe CIC has helped me in pursuing my career goals by providing high-quality of education and teaching staff, 2 factors that are difficult to find elsewhere as I landed at 2 different colleges before I transferred to CIC. I enjoyed the friendly environment & diverse culture we had on campus.

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