CB27 - Bachelor of Information Systems (Co-Op) - no new enrolments - refer to CG99
CB27 - Bachelor of Information Systems (Co-Op) - no new enrolments - refer to CG99At a Glance
Information on where the program is available, duration, units of credit as well as contacts for further information.Aims - Structure
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About Information Systems
This program is no longer offered. Please refer to CG99 Bachelor of Information Technology
The Bachelor of Information Systems (Co-op) prepares students for a career in the business systems industry. It equips graduates to function as valuable members of an information systems project team in any industry and provides a foundation for career growth. The program provides practical skills and relevant theory that can be applied in a variety of fields associated with business systems and information and communication technologies. This degree is aimed at providing the nexus between business and technology so that students can graduate with a sound knowledge of the systems necessary for business to be competitive in the current environment.
Graduates develop the knowledge and skills required in enterprises of the information age. The BIS (Co-op) has an enterprise systems focus to engender in students a thorough appreciation of the relationship between corporate information technology strategies and their impact on enterprise outcomes, outputs and processes.