BSc (Hons) Information Systems & Management
Academic direction: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
The study of information systems relates to how organisations and societies use and exploit new technologies for information handling and transmission. In particular, Computers. Information Systems are complex amalgams of the technical and the social. In part they comprise hardware, software, databases and communication networks, but more importantly, they should be seen in terms of the people who use and form an information system. Information systems, then, are focussed on how computers are used within the business and administrative structures of organisations.
Units offered for BSc (Hons) Information Systems and Management
A student has to study Twelve units in three years, of which, Ten are compulsory units
Four compulsory foundation units