Master's Degree in Information Systems in Oceania

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Information Systems

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Students who are looking for a combined, functional and practical knowledge of both business principals and computer sciences may be interested in information systems. This is a field of study which prepares students for a wide variety of careers across a wide array of industries.

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Master of Information Systems (MISP)

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Campus or Online Full time Part time 2 - 6 years February 2018 Australia Toowoomba Springfield Australia Online + 3 more

USQ’s Master of Information Systems will give you the skills to succeed in an increasingly connected world where new challenges are presented every day. This degree will give you the necessary skills and expertise to realise the potential of existing technologies, to exploit the opportunities of new and emerging technologies, to help organisations gain business value from the use of information technology and systems. [+]

Masters in Information Systems in Oceania 2018. Embark on a dynamic career USQ’s Master of Information Systems will give you the skills to succeed in an increasingly connected world where new challenges are presented every day. This degree will give you the necessary skills and expertise to realise the potential of existing technologies, to exploit the opportunities of new and emerging technologies, to help organisations gain business value from the use of information technology and systems. The IT sector has been identified as having a significant shortage of trained professionals. Now is a great time to embark on a career that will be dynamic, global and in demand. Studying the Master of Information Systems is ideal for professionals with qualifications in areas other than information technology. Professional accreditation The Master of Information Systems program is provisionally accredited at professional level by the Australian Computer Society. Career outcomes Implement your knowledge and skills as an IT professional and begin your career in a range of fields including: business analyst, systems analyst, data architect, business process/data modeler, enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst, computer trainer/support, computer programmer, help desk support, IT manager, IT sales and marketing specialist, change manager, business process engineer, IT project manager, consultant, business continuity (BCM) specialist, IT security specialist or service management. Entry Requirements 3-year bachelor degree or equivalent qualification from a recognised university English Language Requirements You are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements. This program requires a minimum of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent. If you... [-]

Master of Business Information and Logistics Management

The University of Western Australia Business School
Campus Full time Part time 1.5 - 2 years February 2018 Australia Perth + 1 more

The Master of Business Information and Logistics Management (MBILM) at the UWA Business School is designed for computer science graduates wanting to expand their business knowledge, as well as business graduates wishing to develop their technical skills. The course will develop and expand your skills to manage IT infrastructure projects, determine enterprise systems requirements, analyse organisational data for business intelligence, lead information systems strategies, manage supply chains, and apply emerging technologies across the enterprise. A major focus of the MBIM is developing your ability to work with IT teams to improve operations. For example, the unit Project Management will develop your capacity to oversee a portfolio of strategic projects. Topics include project creation and planning; scheduling, network analysis and resource management; control of projects during their development and execution phases; organising the project team; and benefits realisation. You will be able to apply project management skills, tools and techniques in a realistic setting, making use of standard project management software. [+]

Do you want to build your skills in project management, and focus on improving quality, workflow management, processes and systems?

The Master of Business Information and Logistics Management (MBILM) at the UWA Business School is designed for computer science graduates wanting to expand their business knowledge, as well as business graduates wishing to develop their technical skills. The course will develop and expand your skills to manage IT infrastructure projects, determine enterprise systems requirements, analyse organisational data for business intelligence, lead information systems strategies, manage supply chains, and apply emerging technologies across the enterprise.

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