Information Systems is a major that trains engineers/bachelors who take on the task of building and maintaining computer-based information infrastructure for organizations, businesses, government agencies, and more.
A Bachelor of Information Systems can design, implement, and maintain information systems, including data, business software, and enterprise systems (such as integrated systems, e.g. ERP), for organizations or businesses. Their key tasks include installing and managing databases, ensuring data safety and security, selecting system deployment solutions, as well as programming, procurement, and system integration.
After graduating in Information Systems, students will achieve the following:
- A broad knowledge of technology, a basic professional understanding, and the ability to adapt to changes in both business and technology to meet the requirements of organizations/businesses.
- The ability to detect and solve problems related to the organization's information systems (data, business processes, and system integration)
- Communication, persuasion, and organizational skills to successfully deploy information systems and maintain effective functioning throughout the system.
Arithmetic and Algebraic Structures
Data Structures and Algorithms
Operating System Principles
Business Process Modeling
Information Technology infrastructure
Database Management System
Object-Oriented Analysis And Design
Information System Project Management
Advanced Information Systems
Introduction to Data Science
Contemporary Issues in Information Systems
Software Testing and Quality Assurance
Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Technology
POST-GRADUATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES
- An IT bachelor can perform the following jobs:
- Analyze, design, and install information systems (Databases, integrated business and software systems, computer networks, data storage systems, information services, etc.) for an organization.
- Manage information systems. Maintain the safe and efficient operation of the systems. At the highest level: serve as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of an organization.
- Perform tasks related to programming, ensuring cybersecurity, and managing information technology projects