Major of
Business Network Management

New Cairo

Discover Business Network Management Major

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

About Major

As technology continues to expand in businesses applications, organizations and offices, the role of commerce graduates has evolved to include a wide range of new responsibilities. These new duties include not only conducting research on the Internet but also the application of new technologies and the development of new software that would help the enhancement of the business process.

Program Objectives

The Business Network Management program is a multi-disciplinary major that combines Business, Technology, and Management. A balance among different specializations is required. The Core of Business Network Management program enables students to learn how to organize and manage multiple organizational tasks and coworkers, make efficient use of time and resources.

What will I learn?

 it teaches students how to analyze business needs, design the best technology-based solutions and communicate effectively.

Career Path

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The Canadian Higher Institute for Engineering Technology and Business Administration, in egis with the Canadian Universities, is committed to offering a distinguished academic climate that

 allows the student to gain the knowledge, skills and professional ethics to be able to excel and compete locally and regionally, and to ensure being an effective member of the society, raise the

 academic competency and innovation and stimulate the societal responsibility.

Major of Business Network Management

Study Plan

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Semester 1

(BADM 100) Introduction To Business
(COMP 100) Introduction to computer
(ACCT 150) Accounting |
(BASC 122) Business math 1
(HUMN XXX) Humanities electives

Semester 2

(COMP 101) Computer programing1
(BASC 123) Business math 2
(NETW 150) internet fundamentals
(INFO 140) introduction to information system
(HUMNXX) Humanities elective


Semester 1

(ENGL 172) ENGL 101
(COMP 200) operating system 1
(BASC 200) Introduction To Statistics
(INFO 240) system analysis and design
(NETW 250) introductions to Network
(ACCT 151) Accounting ||

Semester 2

(MRKT 160) Introduction To Marketing
(ENGL 173) ENGL 102
(COMP 201) computer programming
(BADM 203) Introduction to public communication
(INFO 241) Database 1
(NETW 251) Advanced network management

Semester 1

(COMP 301) Operating system 2
(COMP 302) Software engineering
(BASC 310) Operation research
(INFO 341) Database 2
(ACCT 351) Managerial accounting
(MRKT 462) Marketing research 1

Semester 2

(COMP 300) computer programing 3
(INFO 342) business strategies in IT
(NETW 350) information system security
(NETW 351) Business network planning and design
(HUMN 330) Introduction To Human Civilization
Humanities electives

Semester 1

(HUMN 234) academic writing
(INFO 440) E-Commerce technologies
(NETW 450) Windows Server technologies
(NETW 451) Advanced TCP /IP
MAJOR Specialized electives
MAJOR Specialized electives

Semester 2

(COMP 400) System implementation project
(INFO 441) Current issues in IT
(INFO 446) Quality assurance of software and information systems
(NETW 452) Infrastructure and cloud computing services
(NETW 453) Wireless and Mobile Network
Specialized electives

Humanities Electives (3 courses)

(HUMN 131) Public relations
(HUMN 237) Political science
(HUMN 231) Media
(HUMN 238) Introduction to Negotiation Skills
(HUMN 400) technical writing
(ENGL 170) Communication 1
(ENGL 171) Communication 2
(humn 235 ) information technology documentation

Specialized Electives (3 courses)

(BTEC 412) Introduction to Artificial intelligence
(BTEC 413) Distributed systems
(BTEC 414) Business applications in wireless networks
(BTEC 415) Web-based systems
(BTEC 416) selected topics in network
(BTEC 419) managing data centers

Our Stuff

Assoc. Prof. Tamer Refaat

Vice Dean of Business School

  • PhD in Architecture Engineering, Cairo University, 2010.


  • Master of Science in Architecture Engineering, Cairo University, 2004.


  • B.Sc. of Architectural Engineering, October High Institute for Architectural Engineering and Business Administration, 1999.

Dr. Rania Aly Sokrat

Associate Professor at Business School

  • Ph.D. in Business Administration, Sadat Academy, 2014.
  • Master’s in public administration, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, 2009.
  • Sc. Of Commerce, Business Administration, Cairo University, 1991.

Dr. Rania Taher

Assistant Professor at Business School

  • Ph.D. in International Affairs, Helwan University, 2011.
  • Master “Political Science” in International Affairs, Helwan University, 2004.
  • Sc. Of Commerce, Helwan University, 1999.

Head of Department Message

Prof. Tamer Refaat
Vice dean's Business Administration
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