Undergraduate programmes and courses

Descriptions of the undergraduate programmes and courses offered by the department can be found here. For further guidance and advice contact our departmental advisers.

Programmes which feature Information Management, Information Systems and Operations Management



The department offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) programme, majoring in either Information Management, Information Systems or Operations Management.
BCom quick facts

The department also delivers the Information Systems specialisation in the Bachelor of Science programme. For further information visit the Faculty of Science website.

Prior to 2014, the department offered a Bachelor of Business and Information Management (BBIM), majoring in Information Management and either, Accounting or Marketing. This programme is no longer offered by the Business School.
BBIM quick facts


Information Management, Information Systems and Operations Management major requirements


A major is the main subject area that you choose to study in your degree. You will study courses to Stage III level in this subject.

Find out what courses you will be required to study for the majors offered by our department.

Information Management, Information Systems and Operations Management as a double major


Studying for a double major is strongly recommended. It enables you to combine two sets of courses at advanced level and gain a broader base of skills and knowledge. A double major will enhance your flexibility in terms of prospective career options.

You can study either Information Management, Information Systems or Operations Management as double majors alongside one of the other majors offered within the BCom. The BBIM allowed you to study either Accounting or Marketing as a double major alongside Information Management.

Help and advice


If you would like to discuss your study options, entry requirements, the admissions process, or you have a general enquiry about the Business School, please contact one of our advisers or visit our City Campus. For a list of contact details, please visit our Help and advice page.

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