BSc Information Systems and Management
The BSc Information Systems and Management equips students to apply information systems to the problems
encountered in management. It covers the design, implementation and operation of information systems together
with the practice and theory of management. Selection is based on short tests in mathematics and English.
This programme is accredited by the British Computer Society. Successful completion of the programme,
including the passing at the first attempt of a final year project in information systems (Type 3) or
computer science (Type 4), is a partial fulfilment of the requirements for Chartered IT Professional (CITP)
and Chartered Scientist (CSci).
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