BA (with Honors) in Business (Information Systems)
This program is specifically designed relevant to the modern business environment where the role of information systems has become increasingly important. Business professionals are now expected to master relevant technology concepts and applications, skills that were considered outside the domain of the traditional business degree. Information systems must be designed, implemented, and maintained using a variety of methodologies, tools, and technologies. This IS pathway aims to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and competencies in the use of related systems and technologies to control and manage organizational data and information.
The specific objectives of the program are:
- Provide students with a solid foundation of contemporary business knowledge through the theory, concepts, and methods that form a deep academic foundation in the basic disciplines and skills and related areas necessary for a career in general business.
- Imbued students with appropriate experience in the main aspects of essential business disciplines and an awareness of the means by which they can be expanded the boundaries of disciplines and assess new knowledge.
- Develop in students a methodical and rational approach to solving business problems and making decisions, with the ability to apply knowledge and skills acquired from practical business situations.
- Develop the student’s ability to organize information, argue, negotiate and defend conclusions and present them clearly and coherently. </ li>
- Encourage students to approach knowledge critically and analytically, with the ability and confidence to evaluate ideas and opinions supported by results qualitative and quantitative research.
- Provide students with the opportunity to specialize in a subfield of business learning and increase their knowledge and skills in the specialized area of Information Systems.
The BA (Hons) in Business (Information Systems) is taught primarily through lectures and tutorials, with students taking responsibility for a significant amount of study outside of hours class contact details. The assessment takes a variety of forms, including essays and reports, individual and group assignments, and formal tests. Most subjects are assessed through a combination of courses and exams.
- S according to the new scale of common points for the certificate of Completion of 2019, applicants must earn a minimum of 2H5 and 4 O6 / H7, including one language. Subjects must include math, Irish or other language, and English.
- For international candidates, the foreign equivalent is required. In addition, an officially translated degree will be required.
- IELTS 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in any component < / span> (or its internationally recognized equivalent).
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