With a tradition of academic excellence, Massey University is the nearest thing New Zealand has to a national university. It has nearly 18,000 students enrolled on three main campuses (Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington). There are also approximately 17,000 national and worldwide distance learning (extramural) students. With a unique blend of courses that are both on-campus and on-line, Massey offers highly flexible and practical programmes.
When you study a Bachelor of Business (Organisational Technology Management), you learn how to figure out what information people need to do their job, how they need it presented, and when they need it. You will learn how to improve and implement new business systems, while also gaining skills in communication, technology-related problem solving, project management and specialised management.
The core of organisational technology management is how people and organisations use information and communication technologies to enhance business, solve problems, serve customers and drive innovation. Improving or implementing new business systems can have a huge impact on the profitability and success of a company. You will learn how to apply these systems in the business world and empower people through information.
The Bachelor of Information Sciences covers the full spectrum of professional computing with majors in Computer Science, Data Science, Information Technology, Information Systems and Software Engineering. The majors are not isolated and students can create their own unique blend by combining courses from different majors, depending on individual interest or career ambitions.
The degree provides a broad set of skills ranging from business management to software development. Graduates emerge with a well-rounded understanding of the ICT industry as well as specialist skills in their selected major. All students take the same standard first-year, enabling students to try out new directions and delay the selection of their major until the start of the second year.