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Program Benchmarks for Department of Business Networking and Systems Management


The Department of Business Networking and systems Management aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to manage the computer resources for developers and users of information systems.

Typically, then, graduates from programmes in Networking and systems Management Department will have demonstrated strengths from among the following:

·        Grounded awareness of the historical structure of their particular objects of study, and their contexts and interfaces.
·        Broad knowledge of the central role that Business Networking and systems Management play at local, national, international and global levels of economic, political and social organization.
·        Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the main body of knowledge for their programme of study.
·        Be suitably qualified to be information systems manager, network manager, systems analyst; business analyst; applications developer, programmer, computer systems manager, IT consultant, help desk manager, and information technology executive.
·        Seek employment in a wide range of managerial positions and other positions particularly related to I.T.
·        Used electronic technology (list-serve, internet, etc.).
·        Understanding of professional practices within Business Networking and systems Management industries.
·        The ability to engage with and to advance creative processes in one or more forms of Business Networking and systems Management production.