University of Lincoln

Computer Information Systems

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School:University of Lincoln
Faculty:School of Computer Science
Degree:Master; Honours
Field of Study:Computer and Information Sciences, Other
Description:MComp Computer Information Systems aims to provide students with an education and learning experience that will equip them to operate on graduation as autonomous computing professionals. The programme aims to instil knowledge and to develop critical and intellectual abilities applicable to problem solving and solution specifying in technologically and socially diverse environments.

The curriculum takes as its objectives the study of information, systems, people and technology: a collection of foci which pervade the curriculum, providing developmental strands that offer continuity of learning experience through all levels of study. BSc (Hons) Computer Information Systems is distinctive in that it addresses an emerging gap between the design and implementation of information systems and the management, support and integration of such systems into business activity. The juxtaposition in the curriculum of theoretical and applied emphases seeks to develop practitioners who are able to make real contributions within a systems development context. Much text on Information Systems relates to what ought to happen rather than what often does happen in organisations. Technology is often portrayed as a panacea which will ‘fix’ all business related problems. However, the number of unsuccessful IT projects clearly demonstrates that this is not the case.
URL:Computer Information Systems at University of Lincoln
Course Based:Yes
Length:4 Year(s)
Modified on March 15, 2014

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