Successful completion of the Bachelor of Business Information Systems / Bachelor of Business requires students to complete units of study to the value of 400 credit points. All units of study are valued at 12.5 credit points unless otherwise stated.
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Course learning outcomes
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- define and integrate theoretical principles applicable to information systems/information technology and business and apply those principles in a range of practices
- systematically review and critically evaluate research from a variety of sources in order to make informed judgements on options for innovatively solving a range of problems that arise in information systems/information technology and business contexts
- apply critical thinking, reflection and judgment in the selection and application of the appropriate IS/IT related concepts, frameworks and/or methods as part of the process to identify and propose solutions to organisational problems
- demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the professional and ethical issues, dilemmas, and cultural sensitivities pertaining to both information systems/information technology and business professionals in a range of environments
- communicate and articulate clear, coherent and independent exposition of knowledge and innovative ideas appropriate for the problem context, the stakeholders, and the organisational environment
- build on and continuously develop the intellectual independence to be critical and reflective learners, cognisant of new technologies and their implications to business and social environments
- work in a self-reliant, independent and responsible manner, show leadership and take initiative where appropriate, particularly in a collaborative and diverse team environment
- demonstrate a substantial and coherent knowledge in a specific Business discipline (as indicated by the chosen Business major) stemming from underlying theoretical principles and the application of those principles in a range of practices
- approach and analyse problems from multiple point of views, design and/or source alternative innovative solutions based on soundly articulated business requirements, and make appropriate choices and recommendations.
Graduates are likely to pursue careers in business and systems analysis, business process analysis, business requirements analysis, project management, enterprise systems consultancy, IS/IT consultancy, business relationship management, business development management, and when they have gained experience, as an IT director and chief information officer. Alternatively students may pursue a variety of business careers, especially those involving decision making with respect to information systems.