Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course is relevant to both information technology (IT) and non-IT professionals who wish to develop their skills in relation to information and communications technology and their application to business. Management Information Systems (MIS) describes the broad opportunities for supporting the application of technologies to business. The study of e-business and enterprise systems is an integral part of this area. This course specifically addresses the business and technology issues arising from enterprise use of IT and covers technological, managerial and strategic issues.
12 units: 240 credit points
- Fundamentals of Value Creation in Business
- Information Systems Challenges in Management
- Business Systems Analysis
- Managing People and Organisations
- Databases and Business Intelligence
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have a Bachelor degree in a discipline other than Information Systems, with equivalents considered. Alternatively applicants can have a Graduate Certificate in a relevant discipline, or have five years appropriate supervisory or managerial work experience.
This course has been Accredited by Australian Computer Society (ACS).
Further Studies: Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated): Students interested in completing a PhD in Management Information Systems should consider the Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated).
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Related careers: Systems Analyst, IT Manager, Program Manager, Project Manager, Business Systems Analyst, Business Process Analyst