The Graduate Diploma of Management Information Systems is a two-semester course providing students with graduate-level foundations in information systems. Students will develop vital skills in the management of databases and information and be equipped to effectively contribute to the improvement of business information systems in a range of industries. Graduates will also be better prepared for further study should they choose so.
The eight units in the Graduate Diploma constitute a significant body of study that can equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and application of these knowledge and skills. The business and IT skills developed by students will allow them to work in a range of industries, including the closely related industries of business, technology, finance, and telecommunications. Alternatively, tertiary industries, including retail, medical, agricultural, tourism, services and government all require skilled staff in Information Systems.
Some examples of the typical jobs a graduate can attain are:
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