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Information Systems & Technology

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

Introduction to this Course

This is one of the 4 courses designed for Semester 1 of Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) Degree program. Information Systems and Technology course aims to develop an understanding of the components of Computer Based Information Systems (CBIS), their functions and types of CBIS used in organizations. Furthermore, it aims to provide a general understanding of the Information Systems (IS) development process as well as ethical and security issues associated with the use of information systems.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  • Describe the components of a computer based information systems.
  • Explain different types of information systems and their use.
  • Describe the IS development process.
  • Describe management challenges/issues associate with the use of computer based information systems as well as methods that can be used to prevent these challenges/issues.
  • Your Lecturer

    Prabhajinie Jayabaalasundaram
    MBCS, MBA