MIS Professional Specialisation
The Master of Information Systems (MIS) Professional Specialisation is a 200 credit point coursework degree for those interested in a professional career in IT management and digital business: professionals supporting, managing and changing business processes through information and communications technology (ICT) and information systems. Elective streams are available in areas such as: IS Project and Change Management, IT Service Provision, Business Analytics, IT Innovation and Interaction Design, Spatial Information, and eHealth.
Intended learning outcomes
A graduate of the MIS should:
- Have developed a sound knowledge and understanding of the discipline of Information Systems
- Have acquired skills that will enable them to manage and change business processes through information and communications technology (ICT) and information systems.
- Have a broad business and real world perspective together with experience in applying business communication, interpersonal, and team skills to real situations.
- Have developed and demonstrated critical thinking and analytical skills to apply information system theory to ICT management practice
- Have gained professional practice knowledge within the real world of IT Management through the industry links of staff teaching in the program
- Have developed skills and had experience in communication of ICT issues to justify, critically evaluate and explain real-world situations leading to IT management decisions
- Be able to demonstrate an understanding of professional codes of conduct and ethical standards
- Have advanced knowledge of research principles and methods in Information Systems.
Prior to 2015, INFO90002 Database Systems & Information Modelling was known as SINF90001 Database Systems & Information Modelling. Credit cannot be obtained for both subjects.