The educational objectives of the information system program are to ensure that graduates of the program possess:
LO1. Understand the leadership role of Information Systems in achieving information system competitive advantage through informed decision-making.
LO2. Analyze and synthesize electron information system needs to facilitate evaluation of strategic alternatives.
LO3. Apply Information Systems knowledge and skills learned to facilitate the acquisition, development, deployment, and management of information systems, effectively communicate strategic alternatives to facilitate decision-making.
LO4. Responsibility, ethics and maturity of information system profession, an ability to solve the problems by identifying the reasons of any phenomenon, an ability to make decisions by evaluating and monitoring, systematic and independent thinking, and approach of continuous study.
Information Systems Learning Outcomes
Four learning objectives used by the Information Systems department in assessing the Information Systems students' learning:
A.1 an ability to apply a basic knowledge of mathematics, computer and science to information system technology problems that require the application of principles and applied produces or methodologies.
A.2 an ability to apply core information system knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to information technology activities;
A.3 an ability to apply advanced technology and software fundamental knowledge, modern tools of the discipline to information system technology activities.
B.1 an ability to identify organization needs and information technological problem solving
B.2 an ability to conduct experiments research and knowledge discovery.
B.3 an ability to use system thinking
B.4 an ability to personal skills and attributes
B.5 an ability to understand professional and ethical responsibilities
C.1 An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on an information system team
C.2 an ability to communicate effectively
C.3 an ability to communicate in foreign languages
D.2 an ability to understant enterprise and business context
D.3 an ability to use conceiving, systems engineering and management
D.4 an ability to design
D.5 an ability to implement new product
D.6 an ability to operate in information system and keeping life of information technology
D.7 development of organizational information systems
D.8 conducting business with others and cooperating with others:
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