Through a focus on business information systems and using vocational delivery and assessment methods, students will build and refine relevant academic language and discipline-specific literacy skills.
|1.||Analyse fundamental concepts to extrapolate the issues and benefits of information systems;|
|2.||Explain the nature of data, the characteristics of good quality information and the importance of knowledge in identifying, anticipating and solving problems and substantiating professional decision making;|
|3.||Compare the potential contribution of information systems to the competitive advantage of different organisations;|
|4.||Apply structured problem-solving skills to determine the role, purpose and contributions of an effective information system development life cycle as it supports core dynamic business processes. Apply skills to manage data and information using personal productivity applications; and|
|5.||Employ effective interpersonal skills to work collaboratively to research and effectively communicate an evaluative review of information systems through written and oral business presentations.|
|Assignment||Group Resource Proposal (Learning in the Work Place/Community) - 1000 words||40%|
|Other||Online Portfolio Review Questions – 500 words||10%|
|Examination||Final Examination – 1.5 hours or 1500 words||50%|
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