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All the lecturers and tutors are very friendly and try their best, but I think this subject is just not very helpful for someone doing an IT degree like me, it seems to be more geared towards those studying business. Most of the concepts are pretty self-explanatory and are only explored on the surface level. It doesn't teach you any technical knowledge or skills like the math or programming subjects. I don't think this should be a compulsory subject in an IT degree. Easy HD for anyone looking for a GPA boost though.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2019

The subject was excellent and well structured. The most welcoming and useful subject. I learnt a lot. Shadi and my tutor were helpful and passionate. Sam

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2017

The subject itself is a complete waste of time but it is an easy HD.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2017

bee bee is horrible

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016

This subject could be useful,, however it isn't. This is due both to a horrible lecturer/subject coordinator, who doesn't follow a logical train of thought when presenting. This makes it extremely hard to follow, combined with the difficult to understand accent, and conflicting information. The assistant also follows in the same path, and they don't help you with the subject, rather they make you feel bad for asking questions. There is also a "compulsory" textbook compiled by the lecturer, however you don't really need it, and if you can find a copy from a classmate, it'll be useful for the 1 or 2 times you need to read 2 paragraphs from it for case studies. The assignments are also badly defined, and you get marked down for not following imaginary instructions.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016

If you have Bee Bee Chua as your lecturer, expect to do about 3 hours a week of outside-class work. If Bee Bee is your tutor, you might as well embrace the 50P...

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016

This subject is as boring as the name suggests. However, it is a very good introduction for the business information systems management major. IIS is one of the two first year IT subjects at UTS where a HD is not too remote a possibility. Show up to all of your tutorials and lectures and have a solid go at the 10 to 12 (depending on the semester) 1% tutorial exercises. Also try to get 9-10 on the two in-lecture quizzes. This is so far a very achievable 10% of your final mark. Try to get close to full marks on the first individual research assignment. It is not hard to do because it is broken down to about eight 200-word sections. The group work is easy to do provided that you have a good group. A D is very possible. The exam questions are very straightforward. Make sure that you know your concepts and diagrams. In order to do well, go in the exam room with the HSC write-as-much-as-you-can mindset.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015