BU1009 - Business Information Systems
|Student Contribution Band:
||School of Business (pre 2015)
The subject provides an overview of the concept of systems, information systems, and
business information systems. It introduces the students to the types and roles of
business information systems (BIS) such as Accounting Information Systems (AIS), Management
Information Systems (MIS), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in organisations.
The subject also introduces business processes and business transaction processing.
It examines how technology impacts on transaction processing and business processes.
During this subject, an accounting system for small and medium size business is used
to develop an understanding of business transactions. The subject also introduces
the processes of specifying information systems. This subject is compulsory for students
wishing to satisfy professional accreditation requirements in the Bachelor of Business
- explain the role and purpose of business information systems;
- identify business and information risk exposures and develop control strategies;
- use an accounting information system to record business transactions and produce appropriate
business and accounting reports;
- describe the process of acquiring or developing business information systems;
- identify and document business processes, cycles and events and examine their relationships.
|BU2209 BX2019 CO1801 CO1821 CO2801 CO2821
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest