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Program Title

BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Program Code

HMBB01

Credits

Min. 130.0

Expected Length

~3.0 Years (Full-time)

~6.0 Years (Half-time)

Modes of Study

Full-time
Half-time

Methods of Delivery

On-campus

Admissions Deadline

No Deadline

Next Start Date

TBD

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BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE

  • The Bachelor of Philosophy (B.Phil.) program in Business Engineering and Computer and Engineering Science, exclusively administered by AUS, represents a comprehensive and interdisciplinary educational initiative that effectively integrates elements of economics, management, natural sciences, and technology. This distinctive academic offering equips students with a unique skill set and knowledge base, positioning them for diverse and innovative career prospects at the convergence of business and technology.


    The program's curriculum encompasses a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to financial analysis, marketing analysis, production management, human resource management, and strategic analysis. Furthermore, students receive rigorous training in economic analysis, ensuring a solid grasp of fundamental economic principles and methodologies. This multifaceted pedagogical approach ensures that program graduates comprehensively understand various facets of contemporary business operations.


    A noteworthy feature of this program is its deliberate integration of natural sciences, including disciplines such as chemistry, physics, and mathematics, alongside technology-focused courses. This interdisciplinary orientation empowers students to discern the technological dimensions of business processes and facilitates effective communication with technical experts within organizational contexts.


    In addition to the core academic components, the program significantly emphasizes linguistic proficiency, legal understanding, and cultivating knowledge in the human sciences. These supplementary dimensions enrich students' perspectives and foster enhanced communication skills.


    Throughout the program, students engage in an in-depth exploration of the intricacies associated with managing and optimizing business processes. They gain valuable insights into business economics and the functional domains that underpin organizational structures, including accountancy, financial management, marketing, production, and logistics. This comprehensive knowledge equips them to analyze, design, and enhance business processes, enabling them to address contemporary challenges encountered within business operations.


    Moreover, the program places a premium on developing students' analytical proficiencies, enabling them to apply mathematical and statistical techniques to resolve complex business dilemmas. Proficiency in information and communication technology (ICT) is also considered indispensable, as students acquire the skills necessary to manage and analyze information proficiently—a highly prized aptitude within the modern business landscape.


    The program also emphasizes the interconnection between electrical engineering hardware and computer science software. The curriculum seamlessly blends relevant academic coursework with practical engineering experience, addressing the evolving demands of engineering in our progressively technology-driven world. It emphasizes the application of Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Sciences to the design, analysis, and synthesis of engineering problem solutions. Students are exposed to management training and provided with practical, real-world experience. The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including algorithms and theory, software engineering, programming languages, computer systems, human-computer interaction, graphics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. It is designed for students whose interests focus on creating systems that interface with the world, digital design and computer architecture, and control systems designed for students whose interests focus on software, computer systems, and theoretical computer science.


    A pronounced international orientation is inherent to the Business Engineering program, allowing students to engage in exchange programs with esteemed partner institutions across the globe. This global perspective enhances their comprehension of international business dynamics while enriching their cross-cultural experiences.


    The B.Phil. Business Engineering and Computer and Engineering Science program at AUS offers a holistic, forward-thinking education that prepares students for careers demanding a profound understanding of the intricate interplay between business, technology, engineering, and economics. Graduates emerge from this program well-prepared to embark on dynamic career trajectories that harness their multidisciplinary expertise and innovative prowess, rendering them invaluable contributors to the ever-evolving and interconnected landscape of contemporary business.

  • Course Code

    Course Title

    Credits

    GENERAL  REQUIREMENTS

    5

    Human Communication

    5

    Foundational Mathematics

    5

    Research Methodology

    5

    Integrated Science

    5

    Principles of Economics

    5

    Statistical Methods and Data Analysis

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    Credits

    CORE REQUIREMENTS

    Computer Systems and Network Engineering

    5

    Web-Enabled Information System Engineering

    5

    Introduction to Computer Science and Programming

    5

    Advanced Database Systems

    5

    Advanced Programming, Data Structures, and Algorithms

    5

    Electrical Circuits: Modeling and Design of Physical Systems

    5

    Dynamical System Modeling and Control Design

    5

    Fundamentals of Business

    5

    Principles of Management

    5

    Technology and Operations Management

    5

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    Credits

    CONCENTRATION  REQUIREMENTS

    5

    Digital Logic and Computer Design

    5

    Business Processes, ERP Systems, and Analytics

    5

    Business System Analysis, Design, and Management

    5

    Nanoelectronics and Computing Systems

    5

    Analog Electronics Laboratory

    5

    Business Engineering

    5

    Systems Thinking for Business Practices

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    FIELD EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

    5

    Professional Practice

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    RESEARCH  REQUIREMENTS

    10

    Undergraduate Research Project

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    ELECTIVES