Bachelor of Science majoring in Information and Technology Management
As an Information and Technology Management student you’ll take courses that allow you to understand information management from a systems, data handling, and process perspective.
As part of your major, you’ll complete a capstone course where you’ll work in a small group to reason on a problem, devise a solution, produce a system and present your work.
Your BSc programme will consist of a number of courses worth 15 points each, totalling 360 points. In your final year of study, for your major you must complete the following courses, plus the Information and Technology Management capstone course, INFOMGMT 399.
- 45 points:
- 30 points:
- 15 points from:
- 45 points from:
- BUSAN 300 Data Wrangling
- BUSAN 301 Data Visualisation
- BUSAN 302 Data Mining and Decision Support
- BUSAN 305 Simulation Modelling
- COMPSCI 345 Human-computer Interaction
- INFOSYS 300 Special Topic
- INFOSYS 302 Special Topic
- INFOSYS 303 Solutions Architecture
- INFOSYS 304 IT Infrastructure
- INFOSYS 305 Global IT Strategy
- INFOSYS 306 Digital Business and Innovation
- INFOSYS 321 Enterprise Systems
- INFOSYS 341 Management of Information Security
- OPSMGT 357 Project Management
Information and Technology Management is not available for conjoints.
If you began your degree prior to 2019 we recommend you seek advice to make sure you are taking the correct courses. Contact the Science Student Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doing a double major with Information and Technology Management
If you choose to do a double major in your BSc, we recommend the following subjects to complement Information and Technology Management: Computer Science, Geographic Information Science, Logic and Computation, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology and Statistics.
Preparing for your Information and Technology Management major
Some students will feel more prepared for our Information and Technology Management courses if they have already studied some science subjects in high school.
Find out which school subjects will help you feel prepared by reading our Subject guide for school students.
Help and advice
For further information and advice, please contact the Science Student Centre.
Science Student Centre
Level G, Room G 20
(Beside the entrance to the Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre)
23 Symonds Street