Information Systems and Technologies are an integral part of most organizations.
Managers need an excellent understanding of information systems and other technologies
in order to express requirements, make necessary choice, oversee implementations
and assess results. Combining academic theory and business experience, this course
is designed to provide an in – depth analysis of concepts of an information system,
what it is, how it operates, what it can and cannot do, and its impact on an organization’s
competitiveness and profitability.
Upon the successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of what information systems are, how they can make businesses
more competitive and efficient.
Demonstrate knowledge of how to include information systems concepts and techniques
in the development of competitive firms, managing global corporations and providing
useful products and services to customers.
Demonstrate the ability to understand the role of decisions support techniques and
concepts for better decision – making.
Define commonly use terms associated with information systems and demonstrate a working
knowledge of the terminology.
Design a new Information System, taking actions appropriate to the planning,development,
implementation, operation, evaluation and control phases of an Information System’s
Who should attend:
This degree is suitable for those who seek careers at the crossroads of information
technology (IT) and business and management. There are many career paths to choose
from, as the demand for more managerially orientated computing experts is growing.
You will be equipped to complement technical skills with a management skills.
First Degree or its Equivalent Professional Qualification from a recognized institution.
ORGANIZATIONS’ MANAGEMENT AND NETWORKED ENTERPRISES·
TELECOMMUNICATION & NETWORKING
E- COMMERCE: DIGITAL MARKET,DIGITAL GOODS
Duration: 24 weeks Thurs & Fri 5:00pm-8:00pm or Saturday:10: 00am-2:00pm