Information Systems Management Learning Outcomes
Throughout this module, learners can expect to meet the following learning outcomes:
+ Describe the uses of current information management technologies, such as databases, communication protocols, and cloud computing.
+ Identify the value added to data by being processed into information to support problem-solving, decision-making, and knowledge management.
+ Examine the importance of risk and opportunity assessment, change management, and understanding practical frameworks for resolving business challenges.
+ Recognize how decision support systems and expert systems are used in various domains and the value added by incorporating machine learning and artificial intelligence into business processes.
+ Describe current deliberations concerning privacy, corporate, legal, and ethical responsibility in modern society.
+ Explain the difference between applications and operating system software.
+ Describe various networking protocols and wireless technologies, as well as internet services.
+ Understand the role of governance, risk and compliance, and appropriate project management in the building and managing of Information Management Systems.
Information Systems Management Syllabus
This document is the syllabus for Information Systems Management module. The syllabus lists the instructional topics, learning outcomes, and organization for the module.
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+ Academic leveling for learners who may not have adequate preparation for advanced studies.
+ Professional development for continuing education or refresher of skills.
+ Develop skill sets of working professionals.
+ Integrate in a course or program on information systems management or information technology.
Academic Leveling Solution – Topics and Outcomes
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Information Systems Management Module Description
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