This programme allows you to study a variety of subjects, including the development of information systems, computer networks and security, databases, web development and project management. Emphasis is placed on covering the business contexts in which computer-based information systems are used, and on the acquisition of practical-based skills, including the opportunity for one-year's work experience, which provides a solid foundation for a career in the field of computing. The programme draws from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Association for Information Systems (AIS) curriculum guidelines for undergraduate degree programmes in information systems. You have access to a wide range of computing resources, including specialised laboratories used for the study of computer networking, and operating systems such as Windows and a UNIX environment. In addition to the information systems-related skills and knowledge acquired during your studies, you will develop a wide range of personal and professional skills, including communication, presentation, negotiation and teamworking. These sought-after skills will be useful throughout your working life and will increase your chances of finding a well-paid and interesting job after graduation.