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Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Applied Computing

Sample Course Structure

  Bachelor of Commerce Elective Bachelor of Applied Computing
Year 1 sem 1 BFA121 Business Information Systems  KXA102 Programming & Prob Solving
50%  BFA101 Introductory Accounting A  KXA103 Introduction to Op. Systems
sem 2 BFA102 Introductory Accounting B  KXA106 Bus. Applications Development
50%  BMA141 Principles of Business Law  KXA105 Computer Concepts
BFA121 -- BFA101 -- BFA102 -- BMA141 -- KXA102 -- KXA103 -- KXA106 -- KXA105

  Bachelor of Commerce Elective Bachelor of Applied Computing
Year 2 sem 1 BEA100 Principles of Economics 1  KXA201 Systems Analysis & Design
50%  BMA101 Introduction to Managment  KXA202 Data Structures & Algorithms
sem 2 BEA120 Principles of Economics 2  KXA104 Fundamentals of Computing
50%  BEA140 Quantitative Methods 1  KXA203 Database Management Systems
BEA100 -- BMA101 -- BEA120 -- BEA140 -- KXA201 -- KXA202 -- KXA104 -- KXA203

  Bachelor of Commerce Elective Bachelor of Applied Computing
Year 3 sem 1 Major Unit 1  Advanced Computing Unit
50%  Major Unit 2
  Commerce/Computing
sem 2 Major Unit 3  KXA204 Technical Applications
50%    Advanced Computing Unit
  Commerce/Computing
KXA204

  Bachelor of Commerce Elective Bachelor of Applied Computing
Year 4 sem 1 Major Unit 4  Advanced Computing Unit
50%  Commerce/Computing
  Commerce/Computing
sem 2 Major Unit 5  Advanced Computing Unit
50%  Commerce/Computing
  Commerce/Computing
Year 5 sem 1 Major Unit 6   Advanced Computing Unit
50%    Applied Computing Project A
  Commerce/Computing
sem 2 Major Unit 7  Applied Computing Project B
50%  Major Unit 8  
  Commerce/Computing





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