The BBA(IS)/BEng(CompSc) double degree programme is jointly offered by the School of Business and the Department of Computer Science, and consists of a mixture of business and computer science courses.
Students will first complete a three-year curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (Information Systems). Graduates of the programme may choose to undertake one more year of study to complete the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering.Admission Requirements
Please click here for the admission requirements for BBA(IS). Graduates of the BBA(IS) programme are eligible for admission to the fourth year programme leading to the degree of BEng(CompSc).
Regulations in PDF Format
Please click here for the programme structure of the first three years of study leading to the BBA(IS) degree.
Below is the programme structure of the fourth year of the curriculum leading to the degree of BEng(CompSc)
SYLLABUSES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (COMPUTER SCIENCE) AWARDED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (INFORMATION SYSTEMS)
This syllabus applies to students admitted to the BBA(IS)/BEng(CompSc) programme in the academic year 2009-2010. (subject to approval)
YEAR FOUR: PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
To complete the curriculum, a candidate must pass all courses listed in the following table:
|Course code||Course title||Credits-units|
|CSIS0250||Design and analysis of algorithms||6|
|CSIS0801||Final year project||12|
|CSIS0311||Legal aspects of computing3||6|
|xxxxxx.||CS/ FBE elective5||6|
1Elective courses in Information Systems offered by the School of Business
2Elective courses offered by the Department of Computer Science, excluding Research Internship
3If a candidate has completed CSIS0311 in the BBA(IS) programme, he/she is required to complete a CS elective as replacement.
4Courses offered outside this degree curriculum
5Any Level 2 electives offered by the Department of Computer Science or electives offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics. At least 12 credit-units of the courses labeled "CS/ FBE elective" in Years 2, 3 and 4 must be CS electives. At least 6 credit-units of the courses labeled "CS/ FBE elective" in Years 2, 3 and 4 must be an IS elective.
In addition, a candidate must satisfy any other requirements as stipulated in the University or the Faculty of Engineering regulations.
The degree classification shall be based on the best 180 credit-units from:
(a) All Core courses in computer science and information systems and BUSI0059 (60 credit-units);
(b) All compulsory Complementary Studies courses (27 credit-units);
(c) Final year project (12 credit-units);
(d) The best 72 credit-units of Elective Courses, including at least 30 credit units of elective courses in Computer Science (but excluding Research Internship) and at least 18 credit units of elective courses in Information Systems; and
(e) Training (9 credit units).
For the purpose of degree classification, courses are grouped as follows:
6CS elective courses are elective courses offered by the Department of Computer Science, excluding Research Internship
7FBE elective courses are elective courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics, including IS electives
8IS elective courses are FBE elective courses in Information Systems offered by the School of Business
CSIS1xxx courses in the syllabuses are level 1 courses, and CSIS0xxx/CSIS3xxx courses are of level 2.
Course descriptions are available in the syllabuses for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science and the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (Information Systems).