Oxbridge Academy Skills Certificate:
Computer Information Systems
This course helps you to understand the capabilities of different types of information systems, along with the roles that these systems play in organisations.
When you study this course, you will learn skills and concepts relevant to the development and design of an information system. You will also learn about professional issues that might be relevant to the information system and its role in an organisation.
Other aspects that you will cover include applying appropriate management systems when implementing information systems, exploring the different areas of work in which information systems operate, and becoming familiar with the different responsibilities and accountabilities involved when it comes to dealing with online security.
Studying this course may be a good option if:
- You would like to further your career in the IT industry, with a focus on information systems.
- You have just completed Matric, and you are considering a career in the telecommunications, IT, or electronic industries, or in any other industries where information systems are a key component of daily tasks.
8 -12 months
- The capabilities of different types of Information Systems
- The roles of Information Systems in organisations
- The development concepts relevant to Information Systems
- The professional issues relevant to Information Systems
- Students are required to complete 2 assignments.
- There are no exams for this course.
Upon completion of this course, students will be awarded an Oxbridge Academy Skills Certificate: Computer Information Systems from Oxbridge Academy.
Course Price (Excl. Reg Fee):
R 450.00 X 15 months
Please note that the registration fee shown applies to South African students only. Foreign students are required to pay a non-refundable R2400 deposit instead of a registration fee.
What is distance learning?
Distance learning, also known as correspondence education or home study, is a form of education where there is little or no face-to-face interaction between students and their instructors. Distance learning students usually study from home, instead of attending physical classes.
Some other features of distance learning include the following:
- Study material is delivered to students via post, courier, email, or the internet.
- Assessments are carried out by means of written assignments, exams, and/or portfolios of evidence.
- Academic support is provided to students through various channels, including telephone, post, email, and instant messaging programs.
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