University of Technology Sydney

MAJ02080 Business Information Systems Management

In the Business Information Systems Management major students learn how to use appropriate design approaches to design ICTs for all types of business activities, including customer-focused operations, maintaining relationships for knowledge sharing, business collaboration and strategic management. Students also learn about organisation theory, accounting and project management.

Ways to simplify the use of technology in complex business activities are not well understood. With this major, students are equipped to manage the integration of ICTs into business and society, and take leadership roles in their implementation.

Completion requirements

31257  Information System Development Methodologies  6cp
31247  Collaborative Business Processes  6cp
31245  Business Process and IT Strategy  6cp
31258  Innovations for Global Relationship Management  6cp
31276  Networked Enterprise Architecture  6cp
31280  Strategic IT Project  6cp
31255  Finance and IT Professionals  6cp
Select 6 credit points of options:  6cp
48270  Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation 6cp 
31097  IT Operations Management 6cp 
31282  Systems Testing and Quality Management 6cp 
Total  48cp