Postgraduate study in Information Systems
What can you study in Information Systems?
You can complete a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) or Master of Commerce in Information Systems in areas such as:
- Using information and communications technology to achieve strategic goals
- Design, development and implementation of cutting-edge solutions to solve organisational problems
- Technical and organisational aspects of information technology
- Digital innovation and transformation.
You will extend your knowledge and analytical ability and develop valuable research skills by conducting research projects under the guidance of academic staff.
Entry requirements for Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and Master of Commerce
The honours degree consists of one full-time year of postgraduate study following the bachelors degree. Entry is based on an average grade of B+ or higher in the relevant Stage II and Stage III courses.
The masters degree may be taken as a 12- or 15-month programme (180 points), or as the second year following BCom(Hons).
- A major in Information Systems or equivalent and 15 points at Stage II in Statistics, or an equivalent course as approved by the Head of Department.
Explore the postgraduate courses you can take for an Information Systems major:
- Digital Innovation
- Global Outsourcing
- Information Systems Research\
- Data Mining and Big Data
- New Perspectives on Organisations and Information Systems
- Advanced Information Security
- Telecommunications Management
- Readings in Information Systems
- Adaptive Enterprise Systems
- System Dynamics and Complex Modelling
- Research Methods - Quantitative
- Research Methods - Qualitative
- Readings in Operations Management
- Research Methods - Modelling
- Project Management
- Advanced Operations Systems
- Fundamentals of Supply Chain Coordination
Where can postgraduate study in Information Systems take you?
If you choose to complete a postgraduate degree in Information Systems, more advanced or senior roles are possible including those that impact the strategic direction of an organisation. Possible roles include:
- Application developer/consultant
- Business analyst/consultant
- Business process engineer
- Systems analyst/consultant/developer
- Programmer analyst
- Software engineer
- Database administrator
- Network administrator
- Network engineer
- Network analyst/consultant
- Data communications specialist
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