BSc (Hons) Management and Information Technology


The three-year full time BSc (Hons) Management & Information Technology at GD Goenka World Institute mirrors the internationally acclaimed business undergraduate programme at Lancaster University. The degree is awarded by Lancaster University and is recognized internationally for work or more advanced study.

The programme offers the opportunity to gain a sound academic basis in management while developing skills in managing, designing, developing and implementing IT solutions for businesses. The programme covers the development, management, organization and use of IT within and between organizations. It develops the ability of students to apply IT to business situations, evaluate technical knowledge and confidently take on project – and team – management in IT-related business scenarios. The programmes contain a range of core and optional modules including management and organization, software development, information systems, IT service management, introduction to business information systems, developing business information systems, and management of change.

It is an intense and highly demanding programme that entails substantial self-study, reflective and peer-to-peer learning through class discussions and individual and group written assignments and class presentations. Students are provided support to transition to a system of education that could be substantially different to other undergraduate programmes. GD Goenka World Institute offers the following two compulsory foundation courses to help students transition into this contemporary, demanding and one of the foremost undergraduate management programmes in the world: Mathematics and Data Analysis; Business Communications and Soft Skills.

The Institute also operates a “Buddy Programme” through its “Student Welfare Centre”. Under this programme an academic staff member works one-on-one and shadows a student all through his stint at the Institute.


Students who qualify (based on class performance, performance in assessments, discipline, attendance records etc.) are eligible to transfer to Lancaster University in the final year of their programme. Students who transfer will be required to pay the fees charged by Lancaster University and will be entitled to all benefits that students studying in the UK Campus are entitled to.

First and second years undergraduate management students can apply for a competitive and merit based three week “Summer School” attachment at Lancaster University. The Summer School attachment provides students the opportunity to engage in study, co-curricular and extracurricular activities with students in Lancaster University’s UK Campus and students from Lancaster University’s offshore operations in countries such as China, Singapore, Malaysia and elsewhere.


Lancaster University’s business qualifications open up opportunities for rewarding careers in private sector organizations in India and abroad. The Institute’s “Placement and Industry Internship Centre” supports students in various ways (though industry visits, competency building workshops, workshops on soft skills and communication etc.) to seek and compete for positions and internships in India and abroad.

Past graduates hold executive positions in a top-tier service, manufacturing and consultancy organizations such as Deutsche Bank, JWT, HSBC Bank, Mazars, Standard Chartered Bank, Capital IQ, Grail Research, Tata Power Corporation, American Express, India Bulls, HDFC Bank, and ICICI Bank.

  • OWT 100 Management and Organisation I
  • MNGT 190 Perspectives of Information Systems
  • SCC 110 Software Development
  • SCC 130 Information Systems
  • MSCI 102 Introduction to Operations Management
  • MSCI 110 Business Analytics
  • ACF 261 Introduction to Financial Accounting for Managers
  • SCC 204 IT Service Management
  • MSCI 203 Introduction to Business Information Systems
  • MSCI 251 Project Management Tools & Techniques
  • OWT 221 Understanding the Individual in the Workplace
  • OWT 226 Management and IT
  • OWT223 Human Resource Management
  • OWT224 Human Recourse Management II

  • OWT 320 Organizational Studies and the Management of Change: Key Approaches
  • OWT 321 Organisational Change
  • MSCI 304 Developing Business Information Systems
  • OWT 322 Managing Human Resources
  • OWT 323 Comparative and International HRM
  • MSCI 375 E-Business
  • One set of optional modules need to be selected from the table below:
  • Optional Modules
  • MKTG 222 Marketing Fundamentals & MKTG227 Marketing Management Essentials
  • ENTR207 Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship & ENTR208 Small Business and the SME Sector
  • ACF212 Principles of Financial Accounting & ACF 213 Management Accounting for Business Decisions