EIT's BBS/BCS concurrent degree combines the two fundamental fields of business and computing into one stimulating programme. Graduates are skilled up and prepared to become New Zealand's future business and ICT leaders.
This programme is designed to develop your intellectual and interpersonal skills in business and computing while emphasising the broad economic, financial and managerial dimensions of the modern and dynamic business environment.
And while you're studying, EIT will help you foster a high degree of professional competence in a specialist area of your choosing, in order to produce a motivated, innovative and creative approach so you can to continue on with life-long learning and be able to adapt to change.
Amanda Gray, Bachelor of Business Studies and Bachelor of Computing Systems Concurrent Degrees Student
"Choosing EIT is the best thing I ever did, small classes and friendly lecturers, increased one on one learning means better results!"
My research has contributed to the understanding of operations managers in the areas of operations, productivity, inventory control, freight consolidation, and value-chain/supply chain mapping which were a bit neglected topics. This has influenced the perspectives of various industries and the way they look at the linkages among their operations. Local, regional and national companies in New Zealand have utilized some of my research components in relation to regional supply chain contemporary issues.
Our classes are relatively small with supportive teaching on a pleasant campus.
At degree level, we offer a good range of majors including Accounting, Marketing, Management and Information Systems. The School of Business is a fully accredited education provider for all three Colleges of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
There are a variety of scholarships available to support you with your studies. Click here to find out more
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