Business Information
Technology, BSc

Programme objective

The course provides students with interdisciplinary knowledge in line with the needs of the labour market, who can understand and model actual economic and business processes, formulate problems, and propose solutions. They can effectively use the opportunities offered by IT systems, and where necessary, they can implement and improve IT systems.

This programme is available only from the academic year of 2024/25.

No specialisations are offered in this programme.

Courses in Natural Sciences

Key subjects: mathematics, statistics, basics of computer science, operations research

Courses in Economics and Basic Social Sciences

Key subjects: economics, business economics, finance, accounting, management, business law

Core Courses in IT and Business

Key subjects: Operation Systems, computer Networks, Information system audit, Information system development methods, Database systems and DBMS, Data Analysis, Business informatics and IT concepts, Basic of programming, OO programming and planning

Elective Courses

Key subjects: Data security, CRM, Web programming, Data mining

Specialised Professional Courses

Key subjects: Decision Theory, Engineering of logistics, Project management, Business Intelligence, Integrated Enterprise Resource Systems, Process modelling, Artificial Intelligence, SQL in business applications

Business IT specialists can apply knowledge of economics and IT across the supply chain to perform analytical tasks that support business decision preparation and decision-making. They are also able to work effectively with partners, economists, and IT development staff, thanks to their communication skills and their knowledge of foreign languages.

  • Business IT system developer, designer
  • Supply chain IT management, consulting, decision support work
  • Data analyst
  • Business IT process operator, supervisor, manager
  • Logistics or financial institution IT system modeller

For non-EU students: 2,900 EUR per semester

For EU students: 670,000 Hungarian Forint per semester

For non-EU students: 30 June 2024

For EU students: 30 July 2024

Start of study
September 2024

Study location
Budapest, Hungary

Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, see on map

3.5 years (7 semesters)

Study language

Title of the qualification on the diploma
Economist in Business Information Technology

Programme level
Bachelor’s programme (BSc)

Entry qualification
High school / secondary education (or higher)