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2018-19 (Term 1 + 2) CN3106 Business Information Systems (OC)

WELCOME to CN3106 Business Information Systems
The subject area of Information Systems, for business and computing students, includes a study and understanding of:

Business/organizations - their aims, management, structures and methods of working
Information Systems and their use within organizations
The Information Technology used in Information Systems
The process and techniques of analysing and designing an Information System
The professional, legal, social and ethical issues involved in the application of Information Systems and Information Technology (Ref: An Introduction Information Systems, by David Whiteley)
CN3106, a 30-credit, which runs in term 1 and term 2, tries to address the above points. It is meant to be intensive, but prepares students for CN4101, Information Systems Design and Implementations, a level 4 module.

Welcome on board, and please try to take advantage of all lectures and tutorials

Paul Bombo, Module leader and CS&I Foundation Studies Tutor
Primary Instructor: paul Bombo