Prospective Career of the Graduate
A wide range of career opportunities in the information systems industry are introduced to students during their studies. The integrated curriculum is designed and developed to support students in building on their technical and non-technical skills as well as engaging with the industry. IS graduates may enter the marketplace through many career paths, including, but not limited to:
- Data Scientist
- Corporate Information Systems Designer
- Database Administrator (DBA)
- E-Business Entrepreneur
- Enterprise System Administrator
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Consultant
- Information Technology-Based Entrepreneur
- IS Project Manager
- IT/IS Consultant
- IS Auditor
- Programmer Analyst
- System Tester and Integrator
This program provides an internship program wherein they may conduct real projects as a practical study within industrial contexts. The program develops the students’ abilities to be involved in professional practices, and ethical and organizational responsibilities. Furthermore, the industrial internship program provides students with real experiences in the workplace and leverages their ability to cope with the international working environment. In addition, a series of study/field trips to visit professionals and industries will be conducted to give good grounds for having a broad overview of the industry. These experiences support individual career aspirations and may provide social and professional networks.
BINUS UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL also provides career support for students by disseminating information on the latest job vacancies, internships, and workshops. This support service can be accessed on binuscareer.com
- Sarjana Komputer (S.Kom) from BINUS UNIVERSITY
- Dual Degree with Bachelor of Information Technology (B.I.T.) from Queensland University of Technology in Queensland, Australia
- Dual Degree with Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) from Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand
- Dual Degree with a Bachelor of Art (B.A.) from Cologne Business School in Cologne, Germany
- Dual Degree with a Bachelor of Science (BSc. – Hons.) in Business Information Systems from Northumbria University, Newcastle, United Kingdom.
- Dual Degree with a Master of Commerce in Information System and Technology (M.Com) from Macquarie University, Australia.
Majors and Streams
|Business Information Systems||√||S.Kom|
|International Business major in International Trade||√||S.Kom. & B.A.||Cologne Business School, Germany|
|International Business major in European Management||√||S.Kom. & B.A.||Cologne Business School, Germany|
|Business Information Systems (Honors)||√||S.Kom. & BSc. (Hons)||Northumbria University, Newcastle, United Kingdom|
|Information Technology||√||S.Kom. & B.I.T||Queensland University of Technology, Australia|
|Computer and Information Sciences||√||S.Kom. & BCIS||Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand|
|Master of Commerce in Information System and Technology||√||S.Kom. & M.Com||Macquarie University, Australia|
Title: S.Kom (Sarjana Komputer)
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
B.Sc. (Hons.) (Bachelor of Science (Honors))
B.I.T (Bachelor of Information Technology)
M.Com. (Master of Commerce)
Single Degree Program
There are three streams available in this program in the 6th and 7th semesters. The three streams are: Business Start-up, Enterprise Systems Management, and Research in Information Systems.
Double Degree Program
The Double Degree programs are offered in partnership with Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia), Auckland University of Technology (Auckland, New Zealand), and Cologne Business School (Cologne, Germany) and Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK). In addition to the Sarjana Komputer (S.Kom) degree from BINUS UNIVERSITY, students who complete this program will be awarded with a Bachelor of Information Technology (B.I.T) degree from QUT, Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) from AUT, Dual Degree with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. – Hons) in Business Information Systems from Northumbria University, and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree from Cologne Business School. The first three years of study follow a prescribed set of courses agreed between BINUS and AUT/QUT/Cologne/NU. The final year of study is undertaken at the partner overseas campus abroad.
Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Strategy
The teaching and learning processes are conducted through lectures, tutorials, practical demonstrations and activities, small projects, with students’ independent study required. It is the responsibility of the lecturer of a particular course to facilitate all students’ learning in the course, who can be assisted by a tutor, if necessary. By having qualified lecturers and guest lecturers from professional industries, the students will be able to gain knowledge from both sides, i.e. theoretical and practical frameworks, through in-depth analyses of case studies, laboratories, and individual/group work projects. In addition, innovation habits will be developed through course assessments that emphasize content comprehension and innovation. Students are required to translate their selected innovative ideas into a visible design to comprehend the end-to-end innovation process. This innovation thinking approach is implemented in the teaching, learning, and assessment process of several courses throughout the program.
Learning will be an exciting experience for students as they are provided with facilities such as Internet access, computer laboratories, and library resources. Specialized laboratories or access to specialized simulation software is needed for advanced students where group and individual projects are developed. Contemporary and emerging software development tools will be available to create the most current enterprise solutions. A good quality library is provided for the students to access books, journals, and magazines for information and research activities.
All coursework is assessed through a variety of assessment tasks such as reports, presentations, assignments, individual and group projects, and thesis/final project reports, as well as mid-semester and final semester examinations. The feedback of the given assessment tasks is given in the class/tutorial, embedded in the scoring rubric/assessment criteria sheet and/or separate feedback forms. Students will also be encouraged to work together on team-oriented projects. The group skills developed in this mode are critical to a successful information systems professional. The complexity of course content in designing problem-solving methods is introduced at different levels of the study. A final project work and the written report must be submitted in year 4 (semester 8).
Published at : Updated