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Business IT Program Group

 

These are specific examples of modules to be taken for credit according to the job you intend to do.


■ For students who will learn ERP, and aim to be a CIO to optimize corporate management.

This is a credit model for those who aim to be an integrated systems consultant to promote the introduction and optimization of information systems in companies, or for those who aim to be a CIO to propose and plan everything from business strategy to information strategy. By earning credit in Financial Accounting Systems with a concentration Web Business Core Modules, students can learn the ERP System (SAP Company System).

Enterprise Infrastructure and ERP

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Computer Configuration Theory
Introduction to Databases
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
Statistics
 
 
Project Management
Practical Cloud Computing
Web Business Module Group
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to Web Business
Corporate Systems
Seminar on Business Administration
Consolidation of Operations and e-Business
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Practical Corporate Management
Techniques of e-Commerce
 
 
Financial Accounting System Development
Production System Engineering
Entrepreneurship and Business Models
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in ERP)
 
 
After Graduation: CIO, Integrated Systems Consultant

■ For students who will learn CRM and become professionals in e-commerce and web marketing.

This is a credit model for those who aim to be web marketing specialists who develop business based on effective marketing strategy in e-commerce, or for those who aim to be e-commerce experts who construct websites to develop business. Students will take Seminar on Information Networks to construct websites that can be easily used by customers, and Internet Business Strategy and Marketing, which is required for developing e-commerce. In the Career-Strengthening Modules, studies will take on a Customer Relationship Management theme.

e-Marketing

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
Seminar on Information Networks
Statistics
 
 
Seminar on Database
 
 
Basic Theory of Data Mining
Web Business Module Group
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to Web Business
Corporate Systems
Seminar on Business Administration
Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Practical Corporate Management
Techniques of e-Commerce
 
 
Entrepreneurship and Business Models
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in CRM)
 
 
After Graduation: Web Marketing Professional

■ For students who will become experts in data warehousing and main systems, such as SCM, with a concentration on databases.

This is a credit model for those who will comprehensively learn corporate systems and aim to be experts in main systems. Students will take Project Management, Seminar on Database and Basic Theory of Data Mining and their IT Core Modules, and will attain basic competency in building systems. Studies will take a supply chain management (SCM) or data warehouse theme in career-strengthening.

Strategic Logistics

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
Project Management
Statistics
 
 
Seminar on Database
 
 
Basic Theory of Data Mining
Web Business Module Group
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to Web Business
Corporate Systems
Seminar on Business Administration
Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Practical Corporate Management
Techniques of e-Commerce
 
 
Production System Engineering
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in SCM)
 
 
After Graduation: System Architect, Project Manager

 

*The above are model cases, and students can select their modules according to their knowledge and experience, as well as their future objectives.
*The order of credit completion may differ depending on module timing.
*At least 44 credits are required to complete the course (This includes the credits of required modules [5 or 6 credits]).