Bachelor of Systems Engineering & Information Technology

Bachelor of Systems Engineering & Information Technology

School of Electrical Engineering & Informatics
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Bachelor of Information Systems & Technology

The Information Technology and Systems study program is one of the new study programs within the ITB School of Electrical and Informatics Engineering. The Information Systems and Technology study program was developed in anticipation of the very rapid development of information systems.
Information systems as one of the academic fields in the undergraduate program includes two main areas, namely areas related to efforts:

  1. Planning, development, and evaluation of systems that are solutions to information management problems for organizations; and
  2. Planning, developing, evaluating the management of information technology used for the benefit of the organization’s information system.

As part of the process of increasing social and economic activities, the world community has entered a society that is oriented towards information and even further towards a knowledge society. Information systems and technology have become one of the determining factors in the dynamics of business and the development of organizations and communities in today’s global life. Information systems and technology have become an important part of everyday life which includes, among others, science, engineering / design, technology, products, services, operations, and management. The effective and efficient use of information systems and technology is an important element in achieving competitive advantage. Information systems and technology have been integrated in various fields of life, ranging from trade/business (Electronics-commerce), education and learning (e-education and e-learning), health (e-health), culture, transportation, industry, tourism, environment, collaboration (collaborative working), to the entertainment sector.

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The Information Technology Systems study program was developed to anticipate the rapid development of phenomena, problems, needs, and side effects of information systems on organizations and society, based on the development of information technology.

This program provides comprehensive knowledge, abilities, and ways of thinking creatively, building the ability to keep up with the latest developments in knowledge and technology, and the dynamics of the social environment.

As one of the engineering academic fields, the Information Technology Systems Study Program consists of two main academic fields related to the planning, development, and evaluation of systems in the context of information management that are specific to a particular organization, or in a global context, for the social life of the community.

Today, information technology systems are a significant part and determining factor in the dynamics of business, organization, and community development. Information technology systems have become an important part of our daily lives, including knowledge, nature, engineering and design, development services, operational activities, and management.

Effective and efficient use of information technology systems is needed to achieve competitive business advantages and to take part in accelerating the growth of communities, social communities, and even countries. The use of information technology systems must be applied in every dimension of life, business (e-commerce), education and learning (e-education and e-learning), medicine and health (e-health), culture, transportation, industry, tourism, collaborative activities , as well as entertainment.

  • Graduates will have successful careers as professionals in the field of information systems and technology.
  • Graduates have the ability to continue and complete further education in information technology systems or related fields.
  • Graduates will have an active and leadership role for the social development of the community.

ABET Standard Criteria

  1. Analyze complex computing problems and apply computational principles and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
  2. Design, implement, and evaluate computing-based solutions to meet a specific set of computing requirements within the context of the program discipline.
  3. Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
    Acknowledge professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  4. Function effectively as a member or leader of a team involved in activities consistent with the discipline of the program.
  5. Support the delivery, use, and management of information systems in an information systems environment
  6. Identify and analyze user requirements and consider them in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation and administration of computing-based systems sistem
 

Extensive career opportunities are available for graduates of the Information Technology Systems study program. The jobs below represent just a few of the many options available:

  1. As a planner, to plan the development and management of information technology systems to support the operations management of various agencies and companies.
  2. As an engineer in the software industry, developing software for information systems in the corporate sphere.
  3. As a researcher in a research institute or educational institution.
  4. As a creative person with a vision of future prospects who define information as an asset.
  5. As a facilitator and emancipator to guide the community in building a growing community.