2019-2020 Information Systems Management (BS) Assessment Plan

Assessment Year: 2019-2020
School: Business and Information Systems
Department: Business and Economics
Program: Information Systems Management (BS)
Department Chair: fannansinghjamieson
Department Assessment Coordinator: ylee1
Program Coordinator: fannansinghjamieson
Completed by: ylee1
Other Contributors:
Date Completed:2019/11/11 02:27:00 US/Eastern

Program Mission

The Information Systems Program at York College seeks to educate students with an in-depth understanding of all aspects of information systems, and their relationship to the world. Students will combine their technical understanding with their broad-based general education to visualize systems, work in teams, communicate effectively, think analytically and implement solutions.

Assessment Plan

Outcome 1

Program Goal

1. Students understand the application of information technology in helping individuals, groups, and organizations achieve their goals

Program Student Learning Outcome

1.2 Develop an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Integrity - Demonstrate integrity as a central value in all aspects of their engagement including learning, research and service.

Alignment with MSCHE Standard III Competencies

Written Communication

From which course(s), section(s) will you collect student artifacts?

BUS 461

Sample Size

15

Measure

Data collected from written research paper Students work in groups and identify and analyze risk and security issues associated with software usage and development as well as identify the social implications of the proposed software solution. Students will be evaluated as; “Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice”

Measure Type

Direct

Target

75% of students reaching at least developing level (rubric has four levels – Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice)


Outcome 2

Program Goal

2. Students will develop the ability to analyze business requirements to determine appropriate information systems solutions using current and emerging technologies

Program Student Learning Outcome

2.1 Integrate knowledge across business disciplines and computer science and demonstrate competency in the various areas of Information Systems Management.

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Intellectual Discovery and Creativity - Demonstrate excellence in academic inquiry, creativity, research, collaboration and professional growth.

Alignment with MSCHE Standard III Competencies

Written Communication

From which course(s), section(s) will you collect student artifacts?

BUS 461

Sample Size

15

Measure

Data collected from a written research paper. Students work in groups and based on systems methodology elicit user requirements and develop a software solution for the business. Students will be evaluated as; “Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice”

Measure Type

Direct

Target

75% of students reaching at least developing level (rubric has four levels – Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice)


Outcome 3

Program Goal

2. Students will develop the ability to analyze business requirements to determine appropriate information systems solutions using current and emerging technologies

Program Student Learning Outcome

2.2 Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems, activities, and identify conflict of interest situations and other situations that compromise business integrity

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Civic Engagement - Recognize personal responsibility to their respective communities, and strive to serve the common good.

Alignment with MSCHE Standard III Competencies

Written Communication

From which course(s), section(s) will you collect student artifacts?

BUS 461

Sample Size

15

Measure

Data collected from written research paper Students will be evaluated as; “Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice” as they complete a detailed research study that analyzes a company’s information systems and design and develop software solution to solve problems.

Measure Type

Direct

Target

75% of students reaching at least developing level (rubric has four levels – Professional, Experienced, Developing, Novice)


Rationale for the Plan

These are the goals chosen by the program to be assessed this year. These goals form the basis of the programs commitment to competence, integrity, self-reflection and civic engagement

Data Collection and Evaluation

Data collection will be done at the end of the semester by the impacted instructors and followed by data analysis.