This double major allows students to study two subjects that are interrelated in the job market. The tools and the knowledge students gain in this program will help them to advance in the future in the workforce. The objective of this double major program is to provide students with knowledge in the fields of computer science, economics, and management.
In this program they will gain knowledge of computers that will prove useful in management positions and in the computer industry. Furthermore, students will also gain the foundation for study towards advanced degrees in computer science, economics and management.
The program comprises a total of 131 credit units, of which
61 credit units - required courses in Economics and Management.
65 credit units - required courses in Computer Science.
5 credit units - electives in Economics and Management and Computer Science.