Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program links business and technology, and there is a great demand in the corporate world for people who can integrate all elements of the enterprise into a comprehensive network of responsive, proactive information delivery systems. Information systems have become increasingly important in fields such as health care and criminal justice.

Program Description

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program links business and technology, and there is a great demand in the corporate world for people who can integrate all elements of the enterprise into a comprehensive network of responsive, proactive information delivery systems. Information systems have become increasingly important in fields such as health care and criminal justice.

The BSIS program includes data communications, systems analysis, system development, database administration, project management, computer forensics, health information management, and quality/information assurance.

 

Objective:

  • To train students in technical concepts and practice in the Information Systems Area.
  • To provide students with competence and knowledge to take on appropriate roles in Information Systems upon graduation.
  • Enable students to anticipate change in IT and communicate the likely utility of these new trends.
  • To train students with management skills necessary for the proper deployment Integration and
  • To engage in community outreach and extension programs that will help alleviate quality of life.
  • To produce professionals who are national and international ICT Exam passers.

 

The BS Information Systems Program includes the study of the application and effect of information technology to organizations. Graduates of the program should be able to implement an information system that considers complex technological and organizational factors affecting it. These include components, tools, techniques, strategies, methodologies, and the like.

 

Graduates are able to help an organization determine how information and technology-enabled business processes can be used as a strategic tool to achieve a competitive advantage. As a result, IS Professionals require a sound understanding of organizational principles and practices so that they can serve as an effective bridge between the technical and management/users communities within an organization. This enables them to ensure that the organization has the information and the system it needs to support its operation.

 

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) program links business and technology, and there is a great demand in the corporate world for people who can integrate all elements of the enterprise into a comprehensive network of responsive, proactive information delivery systems. Information systems have become increasingly important in fields such as health care and criminal justice.

 

The BSIS program is expected to become globally competent, innovative, and socially and ethically responsible computing professionals engaged in life-long learning endeavors. They are capable of contributing to the country’s national development goals.

 

Primary Job Roles of BSIS graduates include Organizational Process Analyst, Data Analyst, Solution Specialist, Systems Analyst, and IS Project Management Personnel. Secondary Job Roles include Applications Developer, End User Trainer, Documentation Specialist, and Quality Assurance Specialist.

 

Courses of the following allied fields may also be considered for BSIS, including Applied Mathematics, Industrial Engineering, Information Management, Library and Information Science, Statistics, and Informatics.

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