Information Systems allows one to strategically determine how businesses can make the best use of computer technology to provide the information needed to achieve their goals. Every organization has its own unique goals and requirements, and the successful implementation of information systems requires a thorough understanding of the business issues involved as well as the different technologies that are available. The purpose of our courses is to provide you with the knowledge of the various elements of information systems, which are the building blocks to guide you to a new career or further your current career.
Information Systems Audit vs Information Systems Auditor
IT systems auditors are the ones who make sure that these systems are well protected and able to function properly. They are responsible for performing audits of the information technology governance structure, general and data application controls, data integrity, and system security.
On the other hand, as an Information System Administrator, s/he will responsible for the upkeep, configurations, and reliable operation of computer systems. S/he will take care of multi-user computers like servers. Also, s/he the one who’s responsible for the day-to-day operation of networks.
CAREER SCOPE OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
A few typical jobs include but not limited to:
- IS analyst
- IT audit manager
- IT project manager
- IT security officer
- Network operation security engineer
- Cybersecurity analyst
- IT consultant
- IT risk and assurance manager
- IT System Administrator
- Privacy officer
6 Months or 1 Year
Mode of Study: Home Based Study / Online Learning Sessions
A high school diploma or an associate degree (or global equivalent), Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree, or the global equivalent).
No special requirements or prerequisites are needed to take this course, but some extra skills using laptop/computer and internet. E-mail for communications will help.
The course duration will comprise 80 hours of self-study home based or lecture based delivery. The 80 hours will be delivered in 8 sessions online distance learning based on given course materials.
Students are required to complete the following tasks:
- Information System Auditor/Administrator Test MCQ Questions answer practicing
- Information System Auditor/Administrator Test Board Questions/TMA (Tutor Mark Assignment)
- Information System Auditor/Administrator) Case Studies
- Exercises and projects