Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Information Technology BBIT
This double degree provides students with the opportunity to
expand their knowledge in both business and information technology
fields. Students must select a major from business and a major from
information technology with considerable flexibility regarding the
remainder of the program.
Study Mode Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available
Duration 4 years full-time, up to 8 years part-time
The Bachelor of Information Technology program is accredited
at professional level by the Australian
Computer Society and, through the Seoul Accord, is recognised
in other countries.
The Human Resource Management major will satisfy the academic
requirements for membership of the Australian Human Resources Institute.
The emphases of this program are:
overview of the business environment (broadly defined to include
both private and public 'business') with specific emphasis on management
and information technology issues
vocationally and professionally oriented knowledge, qualities
and skills in such areas as problem solving, communication, ethics
and teamwork that will enable students to identify, analyse and resolve
business management and information technology problems in both the
private (profit and non-profit) and public sectors.
This program encompasses the objectives of both the Bachelor of Business and the Bachelor of Information Technology
, that is, at the completion of the program, students
should be able to:
demonstrate strong communication skills
understand the concepts, processes and procedures relevant to
public and private organisations
identify and evaluate the environments within which business
relate organisational theory and behaviour to a business enterprise
demonstrate a sound understanding of the principles of business
management and information technology
identify information needs appropriate to their area of specialization
and apply the techniques required to gather and interpret such information
identify, analyse and solve problems in two or more areas of
business by selecting and using either quantitative or qualitative
techniques appropriate to the resolution of business problems
satisfy academic admission requirements for membership of relevant
work as a professional within business or information technology
arenas and act within the ethics of the profession.
This program comprises 32 single-unit courses made up of:
a core of 12 courses (see below)
1 major from the Bachelor of Business
1 major from the Bachelor of Information Technology
either a minor or 4 electives.*
The Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Information Technology
comprises 12 core courses as set out below. Students taking the Applied
Computer Science major or Networking and Security major must take MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing and CSC2406 Web Technology.
|Course ||Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus ||Semester/mode of offer Fraser Coast campus ||Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus |
|ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making ||S1, S2, S3 ||S1||S1|
|CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts ||S1, S2, S3 ||S1||S1, S3|
|CIS3002 Business Analysis ||S1 || || |
|CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship ||S1, S2, S3 ||S1|| |
|CSC1401 Foundation Programming ||S1, S2, S3 || || |
|CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering ||S2 || || |
|ECO1000 Economics ||S1, S2, S3 ||S1||S2, S3|
|LAW1101 Introduction to Law ||S1, S2, S3 ||S2||S2|
|MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour ||S1, S2, S3 ||S2||S1|
|MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing ||S1, S2, S3 ||S1||S1, S2|
|STA2300 Data Analysis ||S1, S2, S3 ||S2||S2, S3|
|Select one of the following courses: |
|POL1000 Government, Business and Society ||S1, S2 ||S2||S1|
|FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance ||S1, S3 ||S1||S1, S3|
A major study is a set of courses that make up a coherent, in-depth
study of a specific discipline.
Students completing the Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of
Information Technology must complete one major from the Bachelor of Business plus one major from the Bachelor of Information Technology.*.
A minor study is a coherent group of 4 units of courses that
provides students with an appropriate breadth of study in their program.
Students who wish to take a minor study not listed in the recommended
minors must obtain permission from the Director of Coursework Studies.
Before undertaking any course, the pre-requisite courses must be completed
When students select a minor(s), courses will only count towards
that minor(s) if they have not already counted towards another selected
major or minor.
Not all minors are available on-campus at all campuses.
Students may choose courses from those listed in the Minor Studies section of this Handbook. Enrolment requirements
must be satisfied for any course selected.
Students may select either a 4-unit minor study or 4 elective
courses from courses offered at undergraduate level by Faculty of
Business and Law undergraduate programs or, with the approval of the
Director of Coursework Studies, from undergraduate programs offered
by other faculties at the University of Southern Queensland. For
the purposes of satisfying the electives requirement, students may
choose courses from those listed in the Minor Studies section of the Handbook. Enrolment requirements
must be satisfied for any course selected.
Students taking the Applied Computer Science major or Networking
and Security major must also take MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing and CSC2406 Web Technology as part of their electives.
Students must maintain good standing in this program (see Other
program requirements section). Students not wishing to complete the
Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Information Technology program
may be permitted to exit with either (a) the Diploma of Business Administration
or (b) the Associate Degree of Business or (c) the Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Information Technology.
Students may exit with the Diploma of Business Administration
if they have completed 8 courses as follows:
a minimum of 4 courses from the Bachelor of Business
core courses, and
4 other courses from the Bachelor of Business.
Students may exit with the Associate Degree of Business
if they have completed 16 courses as follows:
8 core courses from the Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Commerce, and
any 8 courses from within the Bachelor of Business
, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Business Administration.
Students may exit with either the Bachelor of Business
or Bachelor of Information Technology providing
they have completed all requirements for that program.
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