Undergraduate study in Information and Technology Management

What can you study in Information and Technology Management?

You can study Information and Technology Management as a major in the Bachelor of Science. There is also a major available in the Bachelor of Commerce, which is called Information Systems, and has some similar course content. 

In the Information and Technology Management major you will take courses in the following topics:

  • Analysis of business systems
  • Business intelligence
  • Data communications
  • Database systems
  • Information security
  • Information systems design

Structuring your undergraduate programme in Information and Technology Management

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Where can undergraduate study in Information and Technology Management take you?

Depending on what study area you decide to focus on, an exciting range of careers is open to you.

Jobs related to Information and Technology Management:

Information Systems

  • Application developer/consultant
  • Business analyst/consultant
  • Business process engineer
  • Database administrator
  • Programmer analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Systems analyst/consultant/developer

Data Communications and Networking

  • Data communications specialist
  • Network administrator
  • Network analyst/consultant
  • Network engineer

Information Management

  • Business analyst/consultant
  • Business intelligence consultant
  • ERP consultant
  • IT project manager
  • Knowledge manager

Further study options:

  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Science
  • Master of Science  

Scholarships and awards

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Help and advice

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