Bachelor of Science in Information System

Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS), formerly known as BS in Information Management, is a four year degree program that deals with the design and implementation of solutions that integrate information technology with business processes. The program teaches students all about hardware and software applications and how they can use them to collect, filter, process, create and distribute data.The BS in Information Systems program focuses on the design, development and implementation of information and communications technology (ICT) resources to ensure information systems applications can be used in various industry sectors (business, education, media and entertainment, healthcare, government, and service).

Career Option/Opportunities or trades that the graduates may go into:

Entry Level jobs
Jobs requiring no prior to minimal level of experience:\r\n


  1. Information Systems Professional employed in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) companies
  1. IT Technical Support Officer – monitors and maintains the computer systems and networks of an organization. They may install and configure computer systems, diagnose hardware and software faults and solve technical and applications problems.
  1. Computer Programmer – to develop systems in any of the following, but not limited to, areas: business information systems, computer games, portals/web applications, programming tools, encryption systems.
  1. Applications Developer – translate software requirements into workable programming code and maintain and develop programs for use in business.
  1. Web Designers – plan, create and code web pages, using both non-technical and technical skills to produce websites that fit the customer’s requirements.
  1. Freelancer working online – as IT specialist and other related work
  1. IT Sales professional – gives detailed information about technical specificationsand the ways in which they could meet customer’s needs. This often includes demonstrating those features before a sale.

Mid-Level Positions

Require trainings and prior job experience of a few years:

  1. Systems Developer – maintain, audit and improve organizational support systems by

working on the internal operations of computers, using existing systems or incorporating new technologies to meet particular needs.

  1. Network Administrator – responsible for designing, organizing, modifying, installing, and supporting a company’s computer systems; designs and installs LANs, WANs,Internet and intranet systems, and network segments
  1. Systems Administrator – ensures that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures adhere to organizational values.
  1. Systems Analyst – designs new IT solutions to improve business efficiency and productivity; examine existing business models and flows of data, discuss their findings with the client, and design an appropriate improved IT solution.
  1. Multimedia Programmer – works with different multimedia features such as, text,sound, graphics, digital photography, 2D/3D modeling, animation and video to create products such as websites or computer programs.
  1. Database Administrator – determine ways to organize and store data; backup systems and secure the database
  1. Systems Analyst – design, modify, & expand computer information systems to improve production or work flow to serve new purposes.
  1. Business Process Analyst – reviews business processes in order to gain a complete understanding of current procedures, identify improvements, document those processes,and connect business people to information technology groups in an organization.
  1. Data quality specialist – information technology experts who specialize in analyzing,collecting, storing and creating electronic data; they are responsible for testing data in information systems to make sure that this data is not corrupt or inaccurate.
  1. Quality assurance specialist – responsible for performing tests on computer applications to isolate and solve issues; initiates tests, analyzes results, and finds solutions to technical problems.
  1. Industrial Research Analysts – monitor trends in market sectors such as technology, pharmaceuticals, automotive or financial services.
    1. Computer Teacher/Professor – teaches computer courses at a university or college


Advanced Positions

Require years of extensive experience and practice:


  1. Project Manager – to lead team composed of analysts and programmers; liaise with other project managers
  1. IT consultant – gathers needs and expectations of clients and work with a team to develop/adjust the business solution/system.
  1. Information systems manager – responsible for the computer systems within a company, overseeing installation, ensuring backup systems operate effectively, purchasing hardware and software
  1. IT manager – to plan, develop and implement applications; monitor different development teams