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Business Information Systems CK203

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Business Information Systems - CK203

Business Information Systems (BIS) specialises in the key skills that are essential to the success of professionals in modern information technology and information systems. The goals of this a four-year degree course are to:

Educate: provide a worthwhile and memorable student experience

Collaborate: join with business to ensure BIS students gain cutting edge skills in business and IT, while also linking with businesses to provide innovative IS-related expertise

Innovate: cultivate and apply expertise in teaching, research and development.