Introduction to Information Systems Course
Credits: 3 Credits (126 Clock Hours)
Self-paced: 4-month completion deadline.
In today's digital age, information systems play a pivotal role in driving business strategies and enhancing organizational efficiencies. The 'Introduction to Information Systems' course at WTI delves deep into the intricate fabric of core information system principles, laying a foundation for students aspiring to chart a career in this dynamic field. Beyond the technical know-how, this course also equips students with a profound understanding of the evolving roles and responsibilities of information system professionals, highlighting their significance in shaping the future of businesses and organizations.
What You'll Learn:
- Acquire foundational knowledge of core Information Systems principles essential for a rewarding IS career.
- Comprehend the profound impact of information systems on individuals across organizational hierarchies.
- Cultivate a foundational understanding of cybersecurity and the significance of secure information systems.
- Dive deep into diverse computing realms: from hardware and software nuances to cloud computing, databases, and data analytics insights.
- Recognize and evaluate the influence of e-Commerce, AI, and automation on meeting and possibly transcending organizational goals.
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Courses are self-paced and supported by qualified faculty. Students work on their reading, assignments, and quizzes on their own time. This flexibility allows students to study while navigating the rest of their busy lives. Our courses and programs have completion deadlines, but beyond that, students can complete the work on their own schedule. Instructors are always available for questions and support. Students are not required to attend any scheduled class meetings.
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Washington Technical Institute is Regionally accredited by the Middle States Association CESS, and licensed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education as an institution of higher learning