Master of Science in Information Systems

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Propose information management practices to benefit organisations through Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
  2. Simplify and communicate problems of complex information systems effectively in either networking, data management, software engineering or computer security to diverse stakeholders to inform IT management decisions.
  3. Apply professional codes of conduct and ethical standards to ICT solutions.
  4. Apply appropriate methodology to address complex problems in information systems or cognate fields.
  5. Apply, analyse or design solutions in information systems or cognate fields by independently investigating the knowledge gaps in the current or emerging trends.
  6. Discuss research outcomes effectively in written and oral forms with other information system professionals and scholars employing a range of ICT tools.
  7. Demonstrate ethical conduct throughout the different stages of research activities in information systems or cognate fields.
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