Graduate Certificate of Information Systems Management

available 2017 only

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This course has been discontinued - this course is closed for new enrolments, the information on this page is provided for continuing students.

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Please note that this program is undergoing a review for 2018 - for further information please contact the Course Director.

The Graduate Certificate of Information Systems Management is designed as a contemporary and comprehensive study of the management issues associated with the successful application of information systems and technology within business and the development and application of new technologies for business, including new technology companies and applications. It provides an entry level for professionals with an IT background seeking to advance management careers. The course focuses on the development of knowledge required for managing information technologies that will support business needs and concentrates on the development of the digital literacies needed to lead business innovation through the application of new and emerging technologies.

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A$28500 (total for 2017)*

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