Master of Information Systems
The Master of Information Systems is designed specifically to attract graduates that do not necessarily have a background in information technology and need to learn more about the utilisation of information technology in business environments. The main focus of the Master of Information Systems is to provide a state of the art programme that considers modern principles and theories of computing together with the practical applications of information technology.
The Master of Information Systems examines both the organisational and technological issues that are needed for the analysis and design of business information systems with a strong emphasis on electronic commerce. The Master of Information Systems aims to provide students with the appropriate knowledge, skills and values to be effective in modern business environments.
On completion of this course you should be able to:
The course consists of 16 units providing practical and theoetical skills in information system. The structure may be summarised as follows:The course consists of 16 units providing practical and theoetical skills in information system. The structure may be summarised as follows:
- Understand the different types of information technology tools and their applications
- Manage the impact of technology in organisations
- Understand the role of technology in managing knowledge and information
- Critically evaluate currently existing technology systems and new developments
- Become familiar with the latest developments in information technology
- Understand the organisational settings in which information systems are used
- Recognise the threats and opportunities of technology in business
- Show an awareness of ethics and social implications of their interest area
- Understand the role of modern information systems in society and business
The course consists of 16 units providing practical and theoetical skills in information system. The structure may be summarised as follows:.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|CT510||Introduction to Computing||CP611||Database Management Systems|
|CP540||Communication and Technology||CP641||Internet Design|
|CP571||Business Informati Systems||CP787||Electronic Commerce 1|
|CP586||Multimedia Communication||CP704||Professional Development |
|Year 2|| |
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|CP829||IT Project Management ||CP853||Electronic Commerce Management |
|CP788||Electronic Commerce 2||CP851||Principles of Software Engineering |
|CP854||Business Data Communications and Networks || ||Business or Computing elective at 700 level or above|
| ||Business or Computing elective at 600 level or above|| ||Business or Computing elective at 800 level or above or CP800 project|
|All electives must be approvedby ITMS and it must all be higher than level 500.|
- As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every unit will beoffered in any particular semester.
- All units are subject to change through the processes of regular course revision.
Entry requirements: Students may be admitted on completion of a minimum three-year bachelor degree (or equivalent) in any discipline.
English requirements: Equivalent IELTS 6.0
Course duration: Four semesters
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