Undergraduate study in Information Systems
What can you study in Information Systems?
Information Systems is jointly taught by the Business School and the Faculty of Science, where the major is called Information and Technology Management.
You will study areas such as:
- Information Systems: analysis and design of systems, including areas such as computer networking, information security, database management and decision support systems.
- Information Management: practical and theoretical problems of collecting and analysing information in a business function area. Data Communications and Networking: telecommunication technologies that are increasingly important in today’s world.
The Information Systems major in the BCom is the first and only programme in New Zealand to receive academic recognition and certification from The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®).
Where can undergraduate study in Information Systems take you?
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
- Systems analyst/consultant/developer
- Programmer analyst
- Software engineer
- Database administrator
- Network administrator
- Network engineer
- Network analyst/consultant
- Data communications specialist
Further study options
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