Bachelor of Business Administration in Management of Information and Communication Technology (MICT)
The study of Management of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) is designed with a particular focus to adapt its content in a local context congruent with the needs of Egyptian organizations and capable of addressing IT challenges that arise in such organizations. The MICT curriculum provides students with a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences while enabling them to develop expertise in business management and information technology. This program is a joint degree between the School of Business (BUS) and the School of Sciences and Engineering (SSE).
Students who select a major in MICT should be able to function as a user advocate and select, create, apply, integrate and administer computing technologies to meet the needs of users within a societal and organizational context. Equipped with this knowledge, the students enrolled in the major will be able to analyze, design and manage information and communication technology infrastructure.
All MICT declaration-of-major applicants must have completed not less than 27 credit hours of study including the three courses listed below (with an average of B+ or more).
ACCT 2001 , CSCE 1001 , MACT 2222
Admission to the major is competeive. Eligiable students will be ranked and selected based on the cumulative GPA requirement (weight of 75%) as well as the average GPA in the three courses required (weight of 25%).
Overall GPA of 100%
= Cumulative GPA is 75%
[average GPA in ( ACCT 2001 , CSCE 1001 , MACT 2222 )]* 25%
Students who seek the MICT degree are not permitted to have a major or a minor in accounting.
Students must complete a minimum of 130 credit hours for the MICT degree with no more than 63 hours of courses in the business area.
(Total Credit = 127 with no more than 63 hours of courses in the business area)
General Electives / Minor
(P) Primary level courses taken during first 3 Semesters.
(S) Secondary level courses taken by students’ 6th Semester.
(C) Capstone level courses taken during students’ last 2 Semesters.
* Students exempted from RHET 1000 or RHET 1100 or RHET 2010 must take any RHET 300 or 400 course.
√ Non-Thanaweya Amma arabic language holders may be required to take 0-6 credits depending on Arabic placement test score.
ΘThanaweya Amma arabic language students may not take Arabic Literature in Translation
- Students must have completed 27 cr. hrs.
The following courses must be taken with an average of B+:
Business Core Requirements
Ψ ECON 2061 can be replaced by MACT 1121 / MACT 1122 (for BADM & ACCT majors only)
MOIS Concentration Requirements
Computer Science Requirements