Business Information Management (Completion) BSc (Hons)
COURSE INFORMATION (2013 ENTRY)
1 year full-timeEngineering and Environment
Pandon Building, Newcastle City Campus
Organisations are becoming increasingly dependent on information systems and are highly aware of the strategic imperative for effective information management in the context of information systems development and deployment.
Graduates of Business Information Management will have an appreciation of not only Information Systems but also the organisational contexts for which, and in which, they are deployed.
This type of role could be described as an information systems 'super-user' who can work closely with IS development personnel and provide very effective support to system users and management. These graduates will have a solid understanding of information management issues and requirements, understand the limitations organisations can bring to information systems and information and communication technologies deployment, appreciate the importance of information management in an organisational context, effectively work in a team, solve problems, professionally present ideas and can clearly identify the interrelationships between information management systems and organisations.
LEARNING AND TEACHING METHODS
A combination of formal lectures, seminars and workshops will be used. The method of assessment will vary between subjects and includes examinations, individual and group assignments.
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