Competency

Studies Program Information System UB aims to produce graduates who are competent in the field of Information Systems study. These competencies can be divided into two levels, namely, high-level kompetentsi (general) and the competence of the foundation (special). 

High Level Competence (General): 

Information Systems in the program are expected to have the following general competencies: 

  • Improving organizational processes. 
  • Taking advantage of opportunities created by technological innovation. 
  • Understanding and documenting the information needs. 
  • Designing and managing an organization's information architecture (enterprise architecture). 
  • Identify and evaluate technology solutions and a variety of alternative sources of information 
  • Securing data and infrastructure organization. 
  • Understanding, managing, and controlling the risk of information technology. 

Competence Foundations (Special) 

Competence foundation is a collection of knowledge and skills that form the basis of a high level of competence (general). These competencies are divided into two categories, namely the competence of the main foundation that contains the knowledge and technical skills, and competencies supporting foundation that contains general knowledge and professional skills. 

Major foundations Competence (Knowledge and Skills Techniques) 

  • Identifying and designing opportunities for organizational improvement with the support of information technology (it-enabled organizational improvement) 
  • Analyzing the exchange rate (trade-off) of information technology solutions and resources. 
  • Designing and implementing information systems solutions 
  • Managing ongoing information technology operations 
  • Supporting the Foundation Competencies (Knowledge and Professional Skills General)

The Attitude and Basic Behavior

Behave and act professionally and uphold the ethics of the profession based on piety towards God Almighty 

Leadership and Collaboration 

  • Lead cross-functional teamwork 
  • Collaborate effectively in a diverse team 
  • Managing information systems projects 

Communication 

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing 

Negotiations 

Negotiate with and facilitate negotiations among stakeholders within the organization or information system 

The mindset of analytical, critical and problem-solving oriented 

Analyze the information needs of the organization, as well as the implications and risks of information technology solutions 

Solve problems with various complexity 

  • Capable of algorithmic thinking in application development in information systems 
  • Improving innovation and personal creativity and business partners 
  • Trained to learn independently (self-directed learning), through a team (team learning), and lifetime (life-long learning) 
  • entrepreneurial spirit 

Ability to develop creative industry

Being able to read the market 

Career Paths 

There are a wide variety of career paths in the discipline of Information Systems. Information Systems graduates the opportunity to enter employment in the various sectors. The type and name of employment positions depending on the type, scale, and it came in organizational policy. Some jobs that are relevant to the position of Information Systems can be found below. 

  • Software Application Developer (Application Developer) 
  • Business Analyst / Systems (Business / System) 
  • Database Administrator (Database Administrator) 
  • Database Analyst (Database Analyst) 
  • Information Technology Consultant (IT Consultant) 
  • Staff / Operations Manager of Information Technology (IT Operations Staff / Manager) 
  • Project Manager informai Systems (IS Project Manager) 
  • User Interface Designer (User Interface Designer) 
  • Staff / Web Content Manager (Web Content Staff / Manager) 
  • Academics / Educator / Teacher / Trainer (Academic / Educator / Teacher / Trainer) 
  • IT entrepreneurs (IT Entrepreneur)

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