Much of the success of modern-day business depends on information and how it is used. Time, availability, consistency, accuracy, and completeness of information have become critical success factors for many different business enterprises.
As a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, you'll be able to use both the technology and the managerial aspects of information systems to contribute to the future success of the organisations you'll work for.
The BSc Information Systems course gives students control of their own learning experience by giving them the option to focus their program plan on either Information Security (ISEC) or Enterprise Systems and Data Management (ESDM). Students can also choose to complete their Information Systems degree without a concentration.
The ISEC course plan develops students' understanding of hardware and software vulnerability, alongside the financial and managerial implications of protecting information in the organisation.
Students who choose the ESDM course plan will focus on improving day-to-day efficiency in relation to data access and handling, as well as managing issues related to data in enterprise systems.
Key modules covered by all course plans cover all areas of computer literacy and data management, including Fundamentals of Computing, IT Infrastructure, Database Systems
Statistics for Computing.