Information Systems Programme
Lectures and tutorials are normally held on up to three evenings per week over 22 weeks of the year. You should be aware that additional project work and study time will also be required.
Self-study and e-resources
You should be aware that project work and study time will be required in addition to the times mentioned above. Trinity College stresses the value of face-to-face contact between staff and students, for the educational and motivational value it brings.
However, we recognise also that in today's busy world many students find it useful to take advantage of the convenience that online study can offer. Accordingly, we make a range of resources available to students for secure online access, which complements teaching delivered by traditional means.
This syllabus is designed for students joining the programme in the academic year 2015/16, but may change over the period of the programme. It is subject to frequent review in order to reflect the changing needs of the rapidly-evolving IT/IS field.
Click on the headings below to view more information about the modules in each year of the course.
Students choose 6 modules
Students choose 5 modules
|CS1101 Information Systems||CS2101 Information & Communications Technology||CS3101 e-Business||CS4101 Information Security|
|CS1102 Internet Systems||CS2102 Enterprise Architecture & Solution Definition||CS3102 IS Development II||CS4102 Innovation|
|CS1103 Organisation & Management||CS2103 Project Management||CS3103 Business, Management & IT||CS4103 IS Management|
|CS1104 IS Development I||CS2104 Information & Database Management||CS3104 Information Systems Strategy||CS4104 Advanced IS|
|CS1105 Business Methods||
CS2105 IS Development Project (Group)
|CS3105 Law and IT||
CS4105 Research Project (Group)
|CS1106 IS Practice I||CS3106 IS Practice II|
|CS3107 Social Computing|
|CS3108 Systems Analysis and Design||CS4106 IS Development III|
BSc (Hons) IS - Module Flexibility
Choose the combination of modules which best suits your interests: technical, application-oriented or management. The course has streams in Information Systems and Computer Science, with recommended modules, but students have considerable freedom to choose the modules that meet their own needs and interests.