Undergraduate study in Information Systems

What can you study in Information Systems?

In the digital age, almost every profession, discipline, and industry relies on information systems. Studying Information Systems provides you the technological and people skills that is essential to the design, development and management of the digital systems that we use every day.

Information Systems, as a major, is available through the BCom and is taught by the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) within the Business School. It is also available within the BSc in the Faculty of Science in a major called Information and Technology Management.


Where can undergraduate study in Information Systems take you?

Given that digital innovation and transformation are top of the agenda for most organizations, an exciting range of careers is open to you with a major in Information Systems. The available opportunities are also enriched by the University’s strong links with industry partners such as Microsoft, SAP and Oracle.

Jobs related to Information Systems:

  • Application developer/consultant
  • Business analyst/consultant
  • Business process engineer
  • Database administrator
  • Data communications specialist
  • IT Consultant
  • Network administrator
  • Network analyst/consultant
  • Network engineer
  • Programmer analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Solutions Architect
  • Systems analyst/consultant/developer

Career options in Information Systems

Further study options

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