The Study Program

Information systems are software-intensive systems that support the operation of modern organizations. Information systems help manage various organizational processes such as customer relations management, purchasing processes, production processes, inventory planning, management decision making, human resources management, quality assurance processes, etc.

An information systems engineer is engaged in the analysis, characterization, planning, assimilation and maintenance of information systems. As part of his duties, he is required to identify the organizational needs in order to translate them into computerized solutions that will help meet these needs.

In modern industry, information systems engineers are hired for key positions including system analysts and developers, information system assimilation project managers and organizational experts that support the users’ work.

The Information Systems program offers students the quantitative and qualitative engineering tools necessary to characterize organizational specifications, develop suitable systems and support the management of organizational processes.