School of Computing and Information Systems

Congratulations for taking a step in the right direction towards building a career in the field of Computing and ICT. Over the years that the SCIS has been delivering Computing and ICT courses, BAC has graduated over 600 graduates of the school. The graduates have moved on to take up employment in both the public and private sector, taking up jobs as Software Developers, Systems Analysts, Project Managers, Systems Administrators, Network Administrators, Help Desk Support Officers, IT Managers, Application Administrators etc. And indeed, some have gone on to start their own companies.

This is your opportunity. Embrace it and four years down the line you too can be counted as an aspiring professional in the dynamic ICT Business and Industry. All it takes is dedication and commitment to your student profession, hard work and responsible conduct.

No doubt the academic road ahead shall be challenging and you should be assured in the confidence that with the right approach to your studies and a positive attitude to your social wellbeing, you will prevail over these challenges. The reward will be worthwhile.

The SCIS boasts a team of dedicated professionals who will guide you throughout your years of study and help you reach out for the degree qualification, as you head for the graduation podium. Make the best of your lecturers and the learning resources that are available to you at BAC. Above all, apply yourself to the utmost.

It is thus with pleasure that the School of Computing and Information Systems welcomes you. Make your years of study at BAC worthwhile, now and into the future.


The School of Computing & Information Systems seeks to educate graduates that will be both productive and creative in modern business and industry environments. Studies range from theory through experimental techniques to Engineering methodology. Research and laboratory work complement student class-room studies. These programmes prepare students to operate as professionals at the cutting edge of Information Technology.

The field of computer science can trace its foundation to both mathematics and engineering methodology with the emphasis on practical experience. Using this philosophy, the school has designed a unique curricular model that seeks to provide an increased relevance to the real world. The project in particular expands upon the experimental and design approach by introducing students to the creativity and productivity concerns required for business and industrial development.

The programmes offer majors in Computer Systems Engineering and Applied Business Computing, awarded by University of Sunderland, Mobile Technologies, Business Intelligence and Data analytics, Information Communication Technology and Network Systems awarded by BAC. For those awarded by University of Sunderland, BAC runs the first three years of the programmes and the fourth year is delivered in collaboration with University of Sunderland (UK), which confers the qualifications.


The aim of the programmes is to combine an in-depth coverage of computing and its applications to the business environment with a systematic approach to the design and construction of high quality software systems. By the end of the programme students should be able to:

  • 1. Analyze real world problems, design, develop and implement software solutions.
  • 2. Use a wide range of tools available to software engineers.
  • 3. Show knowledge of the current trends in technology across a wide spectrum.
  • 4. Show sound educational basis to cope with future technological developments and adopt these to the business environment.
  • 5. Analyze, design, implement and maintain computer systems.
  • 6. Pursue post-graduate degrees in the fields of Information Technology and Business.



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