Information System

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Overview

The increasing need for Information Technology for the business world in this millennial era is a challenge for the Information Systems Undergraduate Study Program to continue to produce competent Computer graduates and be able to compete at the international level. For this reason, the Information Systems Undergraduate Study Program makes it happen in the form of a curriculum designed according to market needs by involving experts, stakeholders, and the industrial world. The curriculum is designed to equip students with the ability to design and write programs for the development of integrated information systems as well as learn management concepts and various business processes supporting organizational activities with a concentration of knowledge in the fields of E-Business and Management Information Systems.

Vision

In 2033, it will become an excellent education center in the field of Business Management Information Systems and Governance, Risk Management, Compliance (GRC) in order to be able to compete at the international level.

Mission

  1. Conducting international standard education and learning in order to produce graduates who are able to compete in the development of information systems with a concentration in the fields of Business Management Information Systems and Governance, Risk Management, Compliance (GRC).
  2. Conducting national and international quality research in the development of information systems in order to become a center of excellence in information system development with a concentration in the fields of Business Management Information Systems and Governance, Risk Management, Compliance (GRC).
  3. Carry out community service through the principle of disseminating information system development in order to provide real benefits to the community.
  4. Improving the quality and quality of human resources in the study program environment in order to achieve the study program's vision.
  5. Improving the quality and quality of existing infrastructure to support study program activities so that they are able to be in line and in line with the vision that has been set.
  6. Develop networks and close partnerships with various government institutions, professional organizations, the business world, industry, the community and other related parties so that the learning process, research and community service can run in accordance with the vision of the study program.

Career Prospect of Graduates

After completing the Information System Bachelor Program, graduates can have a career as:

  1. Information Systems Project Manager
  2. EDP Manager
  3. Database Engineer/Administrator
  4. IT Consultant
  5. System Administrator
  6. Software Engineer/Developer
  7. e-Commerce Analyst
  8. System Analyst
  9. Teacher & Researcher / Academician
  10. BUMN Worker/Expertise
  11. Government Worker/Expertise
  12. Technopreneur