Wide range of study areas and employment including information technology, business, health, law, commerce, engineering, education, arts and sciences.
How to identify, analyse and solve real world information problems
About the components of information systems and their inter-relationships
The social, legal and ethical issues associated with information systems
What strategies and tools are required to use and evaluate information systems.
Use a variety of software tools that transform data into information
Solve complex problem using a systems development life cycle and project management
Explore how the key components within an information system and their environment interact
Monitor current news and IT developments for the social, ethical and legal issues of information systems.
Wants to gain an understanding of how organisations manage, use and organise data to solve a range of information problems, and acquire highly-valued, current skills and understanding by developing creative solutions and learning about the digital tools used to create them.