New JKUAT Course: Master Of Science In Business Computing

MSc BC

Course Description:

This program is jointly offered by JKUAT and Flensburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany. It combines business and management skills with computing expertise in Data Science and Business Analytics. The program is suitable for graduates from technical disciplines such as, engineering, computer science, information technology and mathematics with a talent for and an interest in finding mathematical or computer solutions to business problems. It is also suitable for business graduates who have studied Management Information Systems (MIS) subjects. The student profile also includes people with practical experience, who can use the program to redirect their career.

This program will enable professionals to develop research skills in applied Artificial Intelligence by carrying out major research in a selected area of specialization, and undertake practical and relevant projects in Data Science by using appropriate tools.

The partnership with Flensburg University brings exchange programs with students from Kenya, Germany and Namibia through joint seminars and projects, and participation in the Autumn school in Germany and Spring school in Africa, where students visit selected industries to discover how technology is driving business, in addition to sharing the current trends and challenges in the different parts of the world.

Minimum Entry Requirements:

Holders of a Bachelor degree in Computing/Computer Science/Information Technology/Computer Technology/Computer Engineering or related field of at least Upper Second Class Honours from a recognized University. b. Holders of a Bachelor degree in Computing/Computer Science/Information Technology/Computer Technology/Computer Engineering or related field of at least Lower Second Class Honours from a recognized University with at least three years’ experience.

Duration:

2 academic years for full time basis or 3 academic years for:  Part-Time  Evenings  Weekend School-Based

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