Business and commerce consist of all activities and services that involve the production and distribution of goods and services—and the flows of financial resources associated with them—in a given socio-economic context. Businesses, corporations, governments and non-governmental organizations operate in all business sectors.

Business, commerce, and management research involves studying strategic planning to increase profits, the management of workers and employees, the development of new products and services, the economic impact of organizations on communities, and other topics.

This course focus on the financial aspects of business and entrepreneurship. Courses may include topics such as finance, accounting, marketing, and operations management. Programs may offer coursework in international business and global economy, as well as organizational leadership and business principles.

About the course

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be your own boss? Or perhaps you have an entrepreneurial mind and are keen to create your own start-up in the business world. Whatever your motivation, our Business and Management degree will provide you with an excellent grounding in all areas of business, creating a lasting impression with employers.

A qualification in Business or Management can give you the tools, skills and experience to achieve your career goals. Our exciting and practical course gives you the opportunity to develop essential skills, and transferable knowledge that will prepare you for a future of success.

The following are some topics you can explore:

  • Business
  • Commerce
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Logistics
  • Tourism and Events


CT Information technology is a broad field that encompasses a wide array of topics. The range of professions within IT is even more wide, reaching from software developers to network technicians to video game designers. This course introduces students to the academic background they need to get started on a career in IT at the entry level, including technical, business and problem-solving skills with an emphasis on computer science fundamentals. The IT program is designed to give students the solid academic foundation they need to enter the field of information technology.

The IT major includes coursework in math, science, humanities and social sciences. Students can concentrate on game programming with classes related to graphic design, computer graphics, animation and simulation.

About the course

Are you ready to take your first steps into the wide world of Information Technology? This course is for you. We’ll introduce you to the academic background you need to get started on a career in IT at the entry level. You’ll learn about business and problem-solving skills with an emphasis on computer science fundamentals, including hands-on experience using the latest technology and industry best practices. As a result, you’ll be well-positioned to enter one of the many exciting and lucrative careers available in this fast-growing field that shows no signs of slowing down.\

The following are some topics you can explore:

  • Software Design and Development
  • Computer Systems and Networks
  • Enterprise Information System
  • User Experience Design
  • Web Development
  • IT Security Analyst
  • Game Development
  • Artificial Intelligence