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Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by fortunho, Aug 19, 2012.

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    fortunho Senior Member

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    anayejua au kusoma course ya information system naomba aniambie inahusiana na nin
     
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    Jimmy19823 Member

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    INTRODUCTION YA BSc IS

    Information Systems (IS) is widely diffused across modern organisations, and industry is demanding IS graduates who are well versed in business concepts; in understanding the role and contribution of information systems in driving and enabling the achievement of business goals and objectives; and in managing the vital information systems resource in organisations. This degree has been designed to meet this need, and will produce graduates, who are competent and knowledgeable in the discipline, possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and who are able to critically analyse business problems and develop creative and innovative enterprise solutions.

    Students will develop competence in basic technical skills, but more emphasis will be placed on analysis and problem solving, requirements analysis, project management, systems acquisition, process modelling, design and innovation, development and implementation of IS services, enterprise systems, understanding and managing IS-related organisational risk, and the management of information systems in organisations.

    The program is structured with a core which provides an extensive education in contemporary themes in IS education, and which equips students with the requisite knowledge and skills for entry-level jobs in a range of analytical and technical areas.

    BSc IS PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

    The BSc. IS degree programme has been designed to meet the requirements of industry for an appropriate blend of breadth and depth of IS knowledge and an understanding of underlying concepts and theories as applied in practical and real world contexts. The programme enables graduates to develop problem solving skills ensuring that graduates have ability to analyse problems, design and/or source alternative innovative solutions based on soundly articulated business requirements, and make appropriate choices and recommendations. Graduates will be equipped with required professional knowledge, skills, attributes and behaviors and appreciate the role of information systems in contemporary organizational contexts.

    PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES


    1. Analyze business problems from both technological opportunities and business requirements.
    2. Develop solutions to business problems using ICT to its full potential.
    3. Demonstrate knowledge on methodologies that enable a clear understanding of business problems and the function of ICT in business.
    4. Design information systems solutions by considering constraints, both organizational and technological.
    Work in an inter-cultural work environment

    HOPE IT HELPS
     
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