Information Systems and Modelling
The graduate will be capable of designing reliable quality software by utilizing the different models and activities of modern software engineering standards.
If you wish to specialise in this subject area then you should consider the following programme(s):
The graduate would be familiar with the integrated toolchain to automate and accelerate the various stages of the agile process from source control to delivery.
They will have an in–depth knowledge of the various different business functions, the organisational information systems and their interconnections. The graduate will extend their knowledge to the planning and project management techniques used to schedule and control the software development process, including the identification and applying of appropriate validation and verification methods. They will appreciate the challenges associated with developing and managing information systems, and techniques that can be used to overcome some of these challenges. The graduate will have an appreciation of how enterprise systems and supply chain systems support the organization and the effects of digital transformation in business processes.
|Business Information Systems and Processes|
|Introduction to Software Engineering|
|Software Engineering Practice|
|Systems Analysis Design & Testing|
|Digital Transformation of Information Systems|
|Enterprise Data Exchange & XML|
|Agile Software Practice|
|Enterprise Systems Architecture|
|IT Operations Management|
|Knowledge Systems Engineering|
|Software Validation and Evolution|
|Business Process Analysis and Design|
|Human Centred Systems|
|Information Systems and International Development|
|Information Systems Project Management|
|Supply Chain Integration Technologies|
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