Information Systems is a programme for students with an interest in the software, people, data, procedures and hardware that work together to provide the information systems essential to running an organisation. Producing information systems requires teamwork and the skills to analyse a problem, to develop plans for meeting the needs as effectively as possible, to implement these plans, to test that the results are consistent, and finally to confirm that the system meets the original need.
The programme explores the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline. While there is some exposure to modern programming technologies, the course does not require study of the more detailed programming modules from Dual Honours Computer Science. All Dual and Single Honours Computing programmes, including Information Systems, have a common first semester and common entrance requirements. This retains flexibility of choice during the first semester of the first year.
Fundamentals of Computing
Information Systems and Interaction
(see Course Leaflet below for module details)
|Module||Tutor Name||Tutor Contact Details|
|CSC-10024 Programming I||James Borg||Room: CR 04 Phone: 733415
|CSC-10027 Cybercrime||Adam Stanton||Room: CR 125 Phone: 733251
|CSC-10032 Information Systems and Interaction||Nikki Holland||Room: CR 109 Phone: 73253
|CSC-10029 Fundamentals of Computing||Dr Charles Day||Room: CR 38 Phone: 733411
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