Major in Information Systems

(CRICOS Course Code 111749J)

The Information Systems (IS) major aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of information technology concepts. Students will learn how to integrate conceptual to practical skills in creating and managing information systems within organisations. Building upon the business major, students will be exposed to IS issues and develop skill sets that integrate both technical and business perspectives. Students undertaking the IS major will gain specialised IT skills to develop and manage organisational computer systems applications. Students will develop understanding on how to effective use of IT in various business and organizational settings. IT courses includes for example, principle of programming, database management, system analysis and design, strategic IT management, and IS projects. Graduates of the IS major will be equipped with knowledge and skills required for them to pursuing a professional career in the IT industry. Graduates may gain employment in various roles related to IT specialists such as systems analyst, IT consultant, IT project management. These roles involve in helping firms achieving the strategic and operational goals through the use of IT.

*Please note: Instead of FIN301 Business Finance, Information System Majors will complete an alternative 300 Level Management subject of their choice