BIM (TU)

BIM

Bachelor of Information Management (BIM) blends the two strategic disciplines of information technology and management. The programme offers integrated knowledge and develops technological skills giving students a unique edge in the IT world. It develops the next generation who can apply the opportunities in the digital world to a fast changing business environment and find innovative solutions thereby contributing to society. Graduates are able to interrelate IT & management concepts or tools with managerial skills appropriately to support business analysis and operations.

Key Learning Outcomes

● Attain deep understanding, knowledge & skills about  information systems, information technology, and  management to apply them pragmatically

● Use computers & computational techniques for developing  effective information systems to solve real life problems in  the organizational milieu

● Develop object oriented software design methods, data  management systems, web technology & programming to  meet industrial & commercial needs

● Acquire systems analysis tools & methodologies and  organizational & managerial skills to deploy IT effectively for  business success

● Cultivate critical thinking and a balanced approach to IT &  Management so as to enter the IT business profession with  the knowledge expected

Career Prospects

Today’s business world heavily relies upon  computers and networking for its continued  operation. Consequently, most of the organizations  are completely computerized and plenty of  other organizations are also in the process of  transforming from age old manual systems to  digitalized systems.

Management information systems assist students  to learn how to use computer technology,  management and problem solving strategies to  make, or improve, managerial decisions. BIM  majors get to understand the needs of both  business people using their own systems and  computer science professionals who create such  customized systems.

As a result, graduates readily find prestigious jobs  for handling numerous tasks required to create  and sustain complex financial computer systems  globally. In the context of Nepal, the role of such  professionals is rapidly gaining ground.

Careers by Area

● Information Management  IT Managers in government, the private sector, NGOs and INGOs

● Software Engineering  Database administrator, Software  Project Managers in software companies 

● Knowledge Engineering  Information Systems Experts  for Big Data repositories and information systems

● Networking  Network experts for managing secure  networked communication 

● Software Applications  Apply computing technology to  solve problems outside the everyday computer field, for  example, in education or medicine

● Information Technology  Develop and manage information  systems that support a business or organization.

● Information Management  Information Systems Experts  designing and implementing information systems to assist  decision making

● Artificial Intelligence  Develop computers that simulate  human learning and reasoning abilities

Course Structure

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