Bachelor of Management Information Systems / Program Intended Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of the Bachelor Program in Management Information Systems the student should be able to:
1. Examine basic theories of business, management, and information systems by describing related facts and ideas.
2. Describe research methodologies and tools and apply the steps involved in preparing information systems scientific research proposal.
3. Discover opportunities for business and government organizations by identifying competitive advantages using information systems.
4. Identify and assess ethical, legal, security, managerial, and professional issues related to the use of emerging technologies in business and government organizations.
5. Analyze, design, and implement business data, information, systems, and knowledge.
6. Develop and evaluate Information technology systems, solutions and strategies.
7. Use information systems and databases to retrieve relevant data in order to generate knowledge and support decision making in organizations.
8. Apply critical thinking, collaboration, teamwork, and communication skills to produce clearly written and concise information systems analyses and deliver clear,well organized, and persuasive oral presentations.
9. Assume the assigned responsibilities of an information systems specialist and function within the community set of values and ethics.