Bachelor of Information Systems

Bachelor of Information Systems


Information Systems and Information Technology are often considered similar but Information Technology is actually a subset of Information Systems. Though both fields deal with computers, they have different characteristics and career paths that require diverse skills, knowledge and training.

Organizations work with large amounts of data. These data needs to be organized and analysed. For this, Information Systems are needed to turn raw data into useful information that can be used to solve problems and also for the decision making process in an organization.

Whereas Information Technology focuses more on managing technology and improving its utilization, which includes the hardware, software, databases and networks. It is more inclined to the study of design, implementation, support or management of computer based information systems.


  • STPM - Minimum 2 Principal Passes & a Credit in SPM Mathematics

  • A-Level - Minimum 2 Principal Passes & a Credit in O-Level Mathematics

  • UEC - Minimum 5Bs (Including Mathematics)

  • Diploma - Minimum CGPA of 2.50 and a Credit in Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent. Applicant with CGPA above 2.00 and a credit in Mathematics may apply for admission pending internal assessment.

  • Matriculation / Foundation - Minimum CGPA 2.00 & a Credit in SPM Mathematics

  • Other Qualifications - Any other qualifications recognized equivalent

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