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Bachelor | Information Systems

Bachelor of Business (Information Systems) (Applied)

Information Systems

Summary

The nature of the IT market itself reflects continuous change elicited by networks, the internet, outsourcing, complex applications software and the globalisation of organisations. Jobs for graduates are available across all spheres of business and industry and the roles less well defined for IT specialists.

The Information Technology market has grown to a point where virtually any organization is a potential employer of IT graduates. These might include companies right across the sectors of health, retail, banking, farming, teaching, transport, manufacturing, publishing, telecommunications, education, libraries and in fact most other industries.  

This program is designed to enable graduates to create business information systems (IS) solutions that draw on the body of knowledge in:

  • Business
  • Information Systems
  • Interpersonal Skills

 

Highlights

  • Mixture of business and information systems
  • Strong technical component
  • Strong Work-Integrated-Learning component (1 year spent working in industry)

Majors

Information Systems
Schedule Part-time and full-time
Duration 4 Years
Presence of students On-campus
Scholarships available No

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