Jun 15, 2024  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
2021-2022 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

Management of Information and Communication Technology (MICT)

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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.

ACCT 2001  , CSCE 1001  , MACT 2222  

Admission to the major is competitive. Eligible students will be ranked and selected based on the overall GPA requirement (weight of 75%) as well as the average GPA in the three courses required (weight of 25%).

Overall GPA of 100% = overall GPA is 75% +[average GPA in ( ACCT 2001  , CSCE 1001  , MACT 2222 )]* 25%

Students who seek the MICT Degree are NOT permitted to:

  • Double major within the same department (i.e. BBE, BBM or BBF).
  • Minor in Business Administration or Information Systems.

Degree Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 131 credit hours for the MICT degree with no more than 63 hours of courses in the business area.

I. Core Curriculum (37 credits)

VI. General Electives (6 credits)

CO-OP (3 cr.)

Students majoring within the School of Business who meet other relevant criteria are eligible to apply for the optional BUSC 000/4000 - Experiential Learning : CO-OP (3 cr.)  as part of their general electives. Selection is highly competitive, subject to limited capacity, and based on criteria set by the School of Business. Students enrolled in BUSC 4000  are not permitted to concurrently enroll in any other course.

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