BSc (Hons) in Information Systems

General

Program Description

Overview

Information and management of IT play an increasingly important role in society today. This program recognizes the need for people and technology to work in harmony so it introduces the students to the psychology of systems, information processing, and business and management processes. Students are also provided with a sound knowledge of systems analysis and design methods, database management systems, and commercial applications. Throughout the course, there is an emphasis on how information is developed, controlled, deliv¬ered and used in commercial and business environments.

Who is the Awarding body?

The BSc (Hons) in Information Systems is awarded by Staffordshire University

What does the Programme contain?

This program concentrates on alternative information systems strategies and techniques.

Where does the Qualification lead to?

Bachelor degree holders of this program will be qualified to pursue a career in the IT department of most companies, software houses, and manufacturers as software and application professionals or consultants.

How much time period does it takes?

The BSc (Hons) in Information Systems can be achieved over a minimum period of 4 years.

Program Structure

BSC (HONS) INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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Last updated September 2019

About the School

The origin of Gulf College (GC) dates back to 1990 when it was established as a professional and vocational training provider in the Sultanate of Oman. The growth of the institution from a training in ... Read More

The origin of Gulf College (GC) dates back to 1990 when it was established as a professional and vocational training provider in the Sultanate of Oman. The growth of the institution from a training institute to a college has been over different phases. In September 2014, Gulf College moved to its new purpose-built campus in Mabela, developed the new strategic plan and entered into an agreement with Cardiff Metropolitan University (CMET) as an additional academic partner. Read less