The Master of Management Information Systems aims to produce graduates with a range of business and information systems skills required to work in a range of industries in an ever-increasing information-based world. The course focuses on the way in which Information Systems are used in the running of a business, and in particular, how careful management and provision of robust business intelligence and real-time data tools can lead to improved business outcomes. After completing the course, graduates will be able to apply an advanced body of knowledge and skills in a wide range of contexts.
After completing the course, graduates will be able to apply an advanced body of knowledge and skills in a wide range of contexts for professional practices and academic studies. 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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