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BSBA (BBA) in Informatics

BSBA (Business Administration)/BBA in Informatics Specialization

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Career Prospects for B.S. (Business Administration) in Informatics

For a rewarding career in management roles in Information technology (I.T.) and I.T. Enabled Services.

World-class Faculty & Industry Interaction

Faculty credentials evaluated by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Students and Faculty interaction with corporate leaders & global management gurus.

Informatics Future in India

India’s IT industry is increasingly focusing on digital opportunities as digital is poised to be a major segment in the next few years. It is also currently the fastest growing segment, growing over 30 percent annually.

Why Stratford University?

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AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WITH AN INDIAN SOUL
American Degree at an affordable price in India
Degree accredited by ACICS, USA
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START IN INDIA, GRADUATE IN USA
Seamless transfer to our USA campuses
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EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
Flexible class schedule allows students to work while pursuing the degree
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WORLD-CLASS FACULTY
American certified faculties with minimum 5 years of Industry experience
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ACCEPT TRANSFER CREDITS AND PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT
Transfer from other universities and utilization of prior learning
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GLOBAL DIVERSITY
With over 70% students from 47 countries
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UNIQUE TEACHING PEDAGOGY
Project centric courses to be job ready
Practical education with Harvard Cases, group projects & activities.
Student faculty ratio 15:1
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PLACEMENTS
Excellent placements over last few years
Assistance for jobs & Internships.

Course Structure

(Total 40 courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 180 credit hours)

14 Core courses X 4.5 credit hours each = 63 credit hours

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
BUS 100 Introduction to Business 4.5
BUS 112 Principles of Accounting I 4.5
BUS 120 Sales and Marketing 4.5
BUS 122 Principles of Accounting II 4.5
BUS 135 Principles of Management 4.5
BUS 200 Business Law: Business, Government  and Society 4.5
BUS 210 Human Resource Management 4.5
BUS 220 Business Communications 4.5
BUS 235 Operations Management 4.5
BUS 240 International Business 4.5
BUS 250 Principles of Economics 4.5
BUS 302 Microeconomics 4.5
BUS 360 Business Ethics 4.5
BUS 490 Business Administration Capstone 4.5

 

Any 4 Concentration courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 18 credit hours
 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
CIS 206 Database Concepts & Relational Database 4.5
CIS 207 Java Programming 4.5
CIS 232 Database Programming I 4.5
CIS 300 Managing Information Systems 4.5
CIS 211 Internet Concepts 4.5
CIS 305 E-Business IT Infrastructure 4.5
CIS 435 Business Information Systems Security 4.5

CIS 207 Java Programming

 
 

 

Prerequisite: None


In this course, the student will gain an understanding of object-oriented programming concepts with specific emphasis on Java. This hands-on training class focuses on applet and application development. Basic constructs are explained with greater detail than in regular programming courses.

CIS 209 Data Structures

 

 


Prerequisite:
None


This course presents the various ways to represent data to the student. Topics include abstract data types, recursion, mathematical induction, estimating, algorithm analysis, lists, stacks, queues, sorting and searching, indexing, file processing, constructing and transversing graphs and trees, and hard or impossible problems.

CIS 232 Database Programming I

 


Prerequisite:
CIS 206.


Data Modeling and Relational Database Design (DMRDD), including the use of Entity Relationship (ER) modeling is discussed in detail using practical business examples. Normalized, stable, maintainable and well-defined relational 20 databases are analyzed. Rules and constructs of Structured Query Language (SQL) and SQL*Plus, including various elements of the SELECT statement will be used to create, store, retrieve, and manipulate data in an Oracle database.

CIS 237 Database Programming II

 


Prerequisite:
CIS 232


This course includes an introduction to the Forms module of Developer 2000 and the underlying PL/SQL language. PL/SQL language topics include: retrieval and manipulation of data, creation of conditional control and looping constructs, application of cursors, as well as, sharing code blocks by multiple forms.

CIS 300 Managing Information Systems

 


Prerequisite:
None


This course will focus on information system which supports business decisions, internal business processes, customer relations, and interaction with suppliers. It deals with the organizational foundations of such systems, their strategic role, and the organizational and management changes driving electronic commerce, electronic business and the emerging digital firm.

CIS 211 Internet Concepts

 

 
 

Prerequisite:None


In this course students are introduced to all aspects of the Internet, including: its history, how to connect to it and for what and how it is used. Applications will include email, the World Wide Web, on-line services, databases, searching. This course familiarizes students with the Internet and lays the foundation for the design and creation of a Website. The course will cover how to use HTML & other Internet technologies to develop Web pages and how to enhance the appearance of Web pages to communicate more effectively.

CIS 305 E-Business IT Infrastructure

 


Prerequisite:
None.


This course discusses the basic networking infrastructure used in e-business and the typical multi-tiered e-business architectures. Technologies include the OSI Reference Architecture, IP protocol, (connection establishment, error control, congestion control) and the HTTP protocols. Topics also include load balancers, web servers, application servers, and database servers in an e-business site architecture as well as software architecture elements.

CIS 305 E-Business IT Infrastructure

 


Prerequisite:
None.


This course discusses the basic networking infrastructure used in e-business and the typical multi-tiered e-business architectures. Technologies include the OSI Reference Architecture, IP protocol, (connection establishment, error control, congestion control) and the HTTP protocols. Topics also include load balancers, web servers, application servers, and database servers in an e-business site architecture as well as software architecture elements.

CIS 435 Business Information Systems Security

 


Prerequisite:
None


This course focuses on the development of a security policy that balances access, protection and cost, and the importance of a global policy that is consistent throughout the organization. Topics include security threats, security tools, system security, firewalls, voice systems, and security deployment and management. This course deals primarily with management and enforcement of security system requirements, rather than with the actual configuration of hardware.

Any 10 Elective courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 45 credit hours

Human Resources

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
BUS 350 Staffing and Employment 4.5
BUS 351 Workplace Safety 4.5
BUS 352 Employment Law 4.5
BUS 353 Labor Management Relations 4.5
BUS 354 Compensation Management 4.5
BUS 355 Managing People 4.5
BUS 425 Diversity in the Workplace 4.5

Finance

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
BUS 300 Financial Management 4.5
BUS 320 Taxation Principles 4.5
BUS 340 Managerial Accounting 4.5
BUS 400 Advanced Financial Management 4.5
BUS 420 Accounting Information Systems 4.5
BUS 440 Business Forecasting and Simulation 4.5
BUS 450 Personal Financial Management 4.5

Management

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
BUS 300 Financial Management 4.5
BUS 305 International Business Strategies 4.5
BUS 325 Entrepreneurial Leadership 4.5
BUS 375 New Venture Creation 4.5
BUS 380 Project Management 4.5
BUS 405 Business Law: Legal Environment for Business 4.5
BUS 415 Organizational Theory and Development 4.5
BUS 416 Quality Management and Productivity 4.5

 

Marketing

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
BUS 361 Buyer Behavior 4.5
BUS 362 Sales Management 4.5
BUS 363 Strategic Issues in Marketing 4.5
BUS 364 Marketing Research 4.5
BUS 365 Marketing On the Internet 4.5
BUS 366 International Marketing 4.5
BUS 367 Business to Business Marketing 4.5
BUS 430 Competitive Strategies 4.5

Any 12 x Arts and Science courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 54 credit hours

English

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
ENG 111 College Composition 4.5
ENG 211 Oral Communications 4.5
ENG 220 Advanced Composition and Research 4.5

Mathematics

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
MAT 210 College Algebra 4.5
MAT 211 Statistics 4.5
MAT 212 Probability and Statistic 4.5
MAT 220 Discrete Mathematics 4.5
MAT 275 Introduction to Calculus 4.5

Science

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
SCI 110 Principles of Biology 4.5
SCI 210 Environmental Science 4.5
SCI 211 Impact of Science and Technology 4.5
SCI 212 Nutritional Science 4.5
SCI 250 Microbiology 4.5
SCI 260 Introduction to Biochemistry 4.5

 

Humanities

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
HUM 110 Principles of Ethics 4.5
HUM 111 History of Culture Across Anitiquity 4.5
HUM 200 Creative Express 4.5
HUM 201 Philosophy and Religion 4.5
HUM 220 The Cultural Mirror: Fiction 4.5
HUM 221 The Contemporary World 4.5
HUM 250 Cross-Cultural Diversity 4.5

Psychology

 

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDITS
PSY 110 Social Psychology 4.5
PSY 220 Human Growth & Development 4.5
PSY 225 Positive Psychology 4.5
PSY 240
Critical Thinking and Reasoning
4.5
PSY 250 Mindful Leadership 4.5

Each course is 4.5 Credits each

 

Bachelors degree comprises of 40 courses
( 180 Total credits)

* Bachelors Fee Per Credit = Rs. 6952
* Registration Fee = Rs. 45400

* Subject to annual increase
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