GOVSYS - IS Governance for e-Government: Requirement, Use, Evaluation
Advanced level - Second cycle course
In order to take this course the student must have a bachelor degree of 180 hp or similar knowledge.
For bachelor students applies at least 60 credits in computer and systems sciences.
The course describes IS governance in public administration. More precisely, the students apply and discuss methods and models for elicitation of requirement on IT systems, evaluation of existing IT system, and selection of the right mix of systems in the overall IT architecture of the organisation.
After the course the student should be able to:
- Define basic concepts such as public information systems and e-government. Describe the principles for public information systems architecture, product-based as well as service oriented.
- Demonstrate knowledge of applicable methods in the subject area, such as requirements management, process design and development methods for information systems.
- Demonstrate the skills required to independently use the information systems to design and execute processes such as municipal matters.
- Demonstrate an ability to make assessments of the ethical implications regarding e-government.
- Introduction to public information systems for e-government with overview of the area.
- Models and methods for the development and implementation of public information systems.
- The course aims to help students' knowledge of public information systems from several perspectives: technological, organizational, professional and ethical.
The course is given as a distance course.