B.Sc. Management Information SystemEastern Mediterranean University
Having been providing higher education in TRNC since 1979 with all programs accredited by the Turkish Higher Education Council (YK).
|Delivery Mode||On Campus|
|Study Option||Full Time|
|Tuition Fee||$ 4082.48|
|Start Date||September 2016|
Demand for Management Information Systems professionals is high and expected to rise even further in the future. Unlike the graduates of computer engineering/sciences who posses in depth IT knowledge but have difficulty in applying their information technology skills in understanding and solving business and management problems, Management Information Systems graduates possess an extensive knowledge of business, management and IT worlds.
An applicant for admission to one of the undergraduate programs of EMU must satisfy the following requirements:
The applicant must submit a certified copy of Higher Secondary School Certificate or Intermediate Certificate or the equivalent, demonstrating that s/he has satisfactorily graduated from secondary school, and must arrange for other relevant certified documents, such as transcripts or detailed mark sheets, to be released to EMU.
Application to Undergraduate Programs
Applications to the undergraduate programs are accepted twice a year.
Accepted Higher School Certificates for undergraduate programs
High School Diploma, Higher Secondary School Certificate, General Certificates of Secondary Education (GCSE), Higher Secondary Certificate, Upper Secondary /Secondary School/ High School/ Senior High School Leaving Certificate, Testimonial, Secondary Education Certificate, Senior School Certificate, Matriculation Examination Certificate, SAT , WAEC , WASSCE , NECO , JAMB, BACCALAUREATE. Not: Standard XII (Grade 12) should have been completed in the relevant countries.
Note: Standard XII (Grade 12) should have been completed in the relevant countries.
Documents Required for Undergraduate Application
- Photocopies of Higher Secondary School Certificate and transcript (mark sheets).
- One passport-sized photograph
- Two letters of reference (one must be academic)
- Evidence of financial guarantee (i.e. a letter from a bank) indicating sufficient funds are available for tuition and living expenses.
- Photocopy of the passport (relevant page) or birth certificate
- A copy of proof of English Proficiency if any
Note: English translations of these documents are necessary if they are in any language other than English
Transfer student applications or associate degree holders
Students who are hold an Associate Degree or a National Diploma can apply as a transfer student to the Bachelor Degree programs of the Eastern Mediterranean University.
The requirements for transfer applications to the Eastern Mediterranean University are as follows.
- Transfer applications should be to the 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th semesters. Associate Degree or National Diploma holders generally start from the 5th semester.
- Student should not have been dismissed from a University,
- All required modules should have been completed from previous classes.
- CGPA should be minimum 2.00 out of 4.00 or the equivalent.
- Photocopies of Higher Secondary School Certificate / Diploma and Associate Degree or a National Diploma
- Academic record / mark sheets (transcript)
- Short course descriptions
- Passport copy or birth certificate
- One photograph
Note: English translations of these documents are necessary if they are in any language other than English.
English Proficiency Requirement
All applicants for whom English is a second language are required to take EMU English Proficiency Exam, or present documents demonstrating their English proficiency level.
The Management Information Systems program curriculum places almost equal weight on information technology and business and management. The program covers an extensive range of topics including marketing, production, accounting, finance, human resources and strategic planning as well as computer architecture, programming languages, networks, databases, computer security, and internet programming courses. Through the expertise gained from a vast array of courses, Management Information Systems graduates act as a critical bridge between the business and technology professionals at the organisations they are employed at. Our graduates provide guidance for the specification of customer needs and product marketing at companies offering information solutions and for the specification of information technology needs at public corporations.
Management Information Systems students differ from others because of the extensive curriculum they follow which includes social science courses such as project management, human resources management and communication, and technical courses such as business process analysis, computer architecture and Internet programming. Such a highly interdisciplinary education demands that MIS students receive more individual attention to overcome their weaknesses and further develop themselves in line with their personal interests and ambitions. At the Faculty of Business and Economics, we take pride in the close rapport we have with our students and strive to do our best to assist each individual to realize their potential to full extent.
The Management Information Systems program is offered within the Faculty of Business and Economics which houses multi-media and regular lecture rooms and 130 personal computers for around 700 students. In addition, students make use of the computer facilities at University’s central computer labs.
Management Information Systems undergraduate program graduates are sought by all businesses and organizations which rely heavily on information technology to get things done. Management Information Systems professionals can work on the supply side, in the product design or marketing departments of IT companies which design and sell IT-based products and solutions. Alternatively, they can work in businesses and organizations in a wide variety of sectors, analyzing when, where, and how their organization can make the best use of various IT tools, and preparing and managing IT initiatives for doing so, whilst taking into account such factors as changing market conditions, competitors, finances, and advances in various technologies.