Bachelor in Information Systems
Upon successful completion of the bachelor in Information Systems students will be able to:
Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Systems Analysis, Data Communications, Database Systems, Software Engineering, E-Commerce and Web Design, Object-Oriented Programming (Java and/or C#) as well as a basic understanding of Microprocessor Design and Design of Programming Languages
- Analyze, implement and manage computer systems in their technical and managerial dimensions.
- Understand and apply the theories and principles of systems design in real-life hardware and software projects.
- Have a foundation in science and liberal studies as delivered through the General Education program.
- Explain the principles and theories of ethical decision-making and their practical implications in the everyday conduct of business.
- Pursue postgraduate studies or professional qualifications in the fields of programming, software engineering and IT systems support and administration.
As a result of completing the bachelor in Information Systems, students should have acquired the following skills and values:
excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrate analytical and critical-thinking skills necessary to make sound technical and managerial decisions;
- numeric and quantitative skills including data analysis and interpretation as well as deep understanding of mathematics, essential for computer science professionals;
- effective use of communication and information technology for business applications;
- effective self-management in terms of time, planning and behaviour, motivation, self-starting, individual initiative and enterprise;
- self-awareness, openness and sensitivity to diversity in terms of people, cultures, business.
Most bachelor's degree programs are designed to require 4 academic years of full-time study.
Information Systems graduates, apart from sound technical knowledge, acquire managerial skills necessary for implementing and managing contemporary Information Systems. They may be employed as computer systems analysts, software engineering, TI sales professionals, computer systems managers, IT consultants and more. Combining computing knowledge and management specialisation, Information Systems graduates are a primary choice of many employers in all areas of the service sector in the contemporary private or public organisation. Our Computer Science graduates have found jobs in systems programming, telecommunications management, software engineering, IT project management, MIS systems design, E-commerce management, IT consultancy and more.