HCT - Dubai Women's College
Information Systems (Security and Forensics)
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems (BASIS) programme prepares students to apply ethical values to complex and unpredictable problems and to plan, design, implement, evaluate, and manage an organisation’s ICT infrastructure. The programme provides students with the required knowledge, skills, and competencies in the areas of information technology assets, archival, and information processing systems. Throughout the programme, students learn to apply fundamental concepts and skills from a variety of information technologies and develop an understanding of the role of information systems within organisations. Students also develop professional work competencies to complement their technical skills and apply high level special administrative responsibilities including leading multiple and complex groups. Within each concentration, students learn to apply current and advanced techniques, skills, and tools; analyse organisations and user needs; create and evaluate computer-based solutions; and implement archiving solutions in a given organisational environment.
Required Credit Hours: minimum 123 hours