Graduates will be prepared for roles in systems analysis, business development and project management, or as a data architect, data warehouse consultant, business intelligence analyst, statistical modeller, application integration specialist, e-business consultant, chief information officer or IT director.
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- demonstrate advanced knowledge of Information Systems Management as it applies to key areas of the digital economy including the strategic management and governance of information and communication technologies (ICT), cyber security and information risk management
- critically research, evaluate and apply information systems management theories, models, frameworks and practices in a range of business, management and industry contexts in an independent manner
- communicate information systems solutions that meet business needs in complex environments, manage stakeholder relationships, and support organisational change, in a proficient and professional manner
- critically evaluate, justify and articulate appropriates response to current ethical, organisational and industry challenges for strategic information management in complex business environments
- work in a self-reliant, independent manner, show leadership and take initiative where appropriate particularly in a diverse team environment
- critically analyse interdisciplinary perspectives and multiple points of view to establish and communicate innovative solutions in ICT and information systems management, to specialist and non-specialist audiences, including the design and application of alternative solutions
- apply critical thinking to promote new and innovative approaches to information systems management and the application of ICT in various social, business and entrepreneurial contexts
- apply knowledge of research principles and methods to plan and execute a piece of independent research in information systems management practice and in preparation for research higher degrees.