Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship
The Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business information systems, business analytics, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Explore our courses
Business Information SystemsBusiness systems aren’t just technology — it's people, networks, ideas and information. Bring them all together with a business information systems course.
Entrepreneurship and InnovationBusiness is changing. Innovation and entrepreneurship are more important than ever. Find out how you can get ahead with exciting entrepreneurship courses.
The Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship also offers courses in a range of exciting and growing fields including:
We ensure our courses are taught with a focus on current trends and practices being seen across business and industry. This provides our graduates with a competitive advantage when they enter the workforce — and is why they have become so highly sought after.
Our Business Information Systems degrees are accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
Student affiliations and associations
The Swinburne ISACA Student Group (ISG) is an affiliated group of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). It is the leading international association for the promotion of information security, governance, control, and the assurance of information systems. Membership of ISG is free to students. The group run regular meetings with guest speakers, social gatherings and special events.
Our research interests are diverse and reflect emerging trends and practices such as information technology project management, e-government, social impact, emerging technologies, organisational uses of social media, information management and governance, and entrepreneurship.
Professor Mile TerziovskiChair, Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship
10 Australian companies have embraced the 4-day week. Here’s what they say about it
Most of us look forward to a rare long weekend. But some Australians now enjoy a four-day week every week. They’re lucky enough to work for the small number of organisations that are trialling or have permanently adopted what is known as the 100:80:100 model.Monday 05 June 2023
Swinburne Pre-Accelerator program nurtures early-stage ideas
Ten budding startups moved one step closer to achieving their entrepreneurial aspirations and bringing their business ideas to life by presenting their innovative concepts at the 2023 Pre-Accelerator Program Pitch Night.Monday 24 April 2023
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International students share their experience and advice on working in Australia
International students Khuslen Tsendbaatar and Zayed Al Kathiri reflect on working in Australia after their year-long paid Professional Placement in Swinburne’s Careers & Employability team.Tuesday 17 January 2023
You’re about to see a growing trend of ‘laptop workers’ in cafés - new research reveals why
New research from Swinburne University of Technology has investigated the appeal of working from cafés and other alternative locations, what they are used for and how workers behave there.Read more (You’re about to see a growing trend of ‘laptop workers’ in cafés - new research reveals why)Wednesday 01 February 2023
Deliberate and dynamic startup ideas for next gen
Swinburne’s 2022 Venture Cup Pitch Night welcomed 10 startups as they built, tested and iterated their innovative startup ideas.Thursday 17 November 2022
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