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The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) program is a four-year degree program which focuses on the design and implementation of computer-based information systems and other ICT solutions to address the demands in existing business processes.

Career opportunities for IS graduates

Organizational Process Analyst

Define, document, assess, and scrutinize the business processes of an organization or department and then identify areas for potential improvement.

Data Analysts

Gather and scrutinise data using specialist tools to generate information that helps others make decisions. They will respond to questions about data and look for trends, patterns and anomalies within it. Typical duties include: using specialist tools to extract the data needed.

Solutions Specialist

A Solutions Specialist establishes and maintains contact with clients to determine what software or product best suits their needs.

Systems Analysts

High-level information technology experts who work in IT departments to guide the development of computer networks and systems.

IS Project Management Trainee

Management trainees undergo training that will enable them to advance to management positions within an organization. They work closely with senior personnel, learning techniques and gaining the knowledge required to run a company smoothly.

Application Developer

Creating and implementing the source code of new applications. Testing source code and debugging code. Evaluating existing applications and performing updates and modifications.

Penetration Tester

A Penetration Tester, also known as an ethical hacker or pen tester, performs tests on computer systems to identify potential security vulnerabilities. Once they locate the risks, penetration testers make recommendations for how the organization can minimize the issues.


Librarians are responsible for organizing large amounts of physical and digital information. They also help others navigate and research this information so that they can locate the materials they need. These professionals typically find work at information-focused organizations, such as the government, public libraries, research institutions, universities, colleges and schools.

Network Administrator

Network Administrators maintain and manage network segment, intranet, internet, wide area network (WAN) and local area network (LAN) systems. Aside from maintaining a network's security and stability, they also install network hardware and train others on their proper use.

Information Systems Manager

Information Systems Manager analyzes all of an organization's information needs and then determines which systems could address them. For example, they may optimize a company's mail campaign, set up an internal network or choose a more efficient computer system.

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