The Department of Information Systems provides its graduates with the technological knowledge in software engineering required for developing information systems and maintaining them, along with the organizational and economical understanding required for designing information systems and implementing them in organizations, project management and customer support.
Approximately 300 first degree students currently attend the department of information systems in various programs. The single major program: Designed for deepening knowledge and skills in developing information systems. The double major programs: Allowing for the specialization in information systems in other fields such as economy, statistics, computer science, political science, geography etc.
The classes for first degree in the department begin in the first semester, although in special cases and under the department's acquiescence it is possible to begin studying in the second semester (in which case the students are required to complete the object oriented programming course in the summer and will be able to complete their studies three years later, in the end of that year's first semester).
Approximately 55 second degree students and over 10 third degree students qualified for research and management in the different areas of information systems currently attend the department of information systems.