GAZI UNIVERSITY INFORMATION PACKAGE - 2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

Program Learning Outcomes
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOME
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KNOWLEDGE
Theoretical, Factual
- in-depth study of one context (or of a range of contexts) relevant to the field of Information Systems (IS) and understanding of the field of IS
- through the project you will develop a critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights, much of which is at, or informed by, the forefront of practice in IS
- analyse information systems in a variety of contexts (social, organisational) using a range of appropriate approaches and methodologies
- understand and integrate concepts from a range of academic disciplines contributing to IS (including, but not limited to, IS strategy, organisation behaviour and systems thinking) and context domains
SKILLS
Cognitive, Practical
- critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Information Systems methodologies and to be able to predict aspects that are likely to lead to failure
- formulate and test arguments, identify weaknesses and counter arguments. Critically evaluate and reflect upon own work
- articulate and demonstrate use of methods and concepts in practice
- demonstrate the ability think and work originally, to be able to exercise own judgement about the value of information
- develop solutions to problems and compare options
- solve problems by identifying and analysing issues to determine the optimal practical solutions to improve IS performance
COMPETENCIES
Ability to work independently and take responsibility
- through the project you will develop a critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights, much of which is at, or informed by, the forefront of practice in IS
- critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Information Systems methodologies and to be able to predict aspects that are likely to lead to failure
- develop solutions to problems and compare options
- work independently, reflecting on your own actions and thoughts, and making effective use of constructive feedback, plan and schedule work
- develop solutions to problems and compare options
- solve problems by identifying and analysing issues to determine the optimal practical solutions to improve IS performance
- work independently, reflecting on your own actions and thoughts, and making effective use of constructive feedback, plan and schedule work
Learning Competence
- in-depth study of one context (or of a range of contexts) relevant to the field of Information Systems (IS) and understanding of the field of IS
- through the project you will develop a critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights, much of which is at, or informed by, the forefront of practice in IS
- work independently, reflecting on your own actions and thoughts, and making effective use of constructive feedback, plan and schedule work
- reflect on your own practice and evaluate practice within the field of IS from a sociotechnical perspective
Communication and Social Competence
- understand and integrate concepts from a range of academic disciplines contributing to IS (including, but not limited to, IS strategy, organisation behaviour and systems thinking) and context domains
- formulate and test arguments, identify weaknesses and counter arguments. Critically evaluate and reflect upon own work
- demonstrate the ability think and work originally, to be able to exercise own judgement about the value of information
- communicate effectively using written and graphical presentations as appropriate, producing detailed critiques and coherent project reports
- seek relevant information from appropriate sources
- reflect on your own practice and evaluate practice within the field of IS from a sociotechnical perspective
- Apply professional values and ethics relative to information systems
Field-based Competence
- analyse information systems in a variety of contexts (social, organisational) using a range of appropriate approaches and methodologies
- critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Information Systems methodologies and to be able to predict aspects that are likely to lead to failure
- formulate and test arguments, identify weaknesses and counter arguments. Critically evaluate and reflect upon own work
- Apply professional values and ethics relative to information systems