At a glance
By studying the Master of Information Systems you will increase your knowledge and skills in information systems processes.
* International students residing in Australia on a student visa must study full-time on-campus.
Components of this course are delivered via distance education on some campuses.
On completing a Master of Information Systems, you will be equipped to pursue or seek career advancement in roles such as the following:
- business analyst
- database administrator
- information and communication technology (ICT) architect
- ICT consultant
- ICT customer support officer
- ICT project manager
- ICT support engineer
- ICT support technician
- systems administrator
- systems analyst
- web developer.
CQUniversity's postgraduate information technology courses have been designed to develop graduates who will be eligible for membership with the Australian Computer Society. CQUniversity has a long history of offering postgraduate degrees that are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS).
For personal membership eligibility for, please refer to the ACS official web site: www.acs.org.au
The Master of Information Systems provides you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in information technology, with a focus on business analysis skills at a professional level. Within this highly relevant framework you will be well prepared to contribute to future growth and change, whilst at the same time enhancing your individual advancement opportunities.
This course focuses on particular aspects of technology, management and organisations.
This course develops your capacity to manage the functional responsibility for choosing, implementing and maintaining information systems within an organisation in any industry.
All units have been aligned to the Australian Computer Society (ACS) core body of knowledge.
Why Study at CQUniversity
CQUniversity offers an extensive range aviation, digital media and Information Technology (IT) courses and units to suit your personal interests and career goals.
Benefit from the flexibility to study full-time or part-time and either on-campus or by distance education. Choose from a number of majors, minors and elective units to individually tailor your learning to suit your personal and professional needs.
At CQUniversity, we provide the right mix of theory and practical experiences to ensure you graduate work ready, making you attractive to employers and helping to broaden your career opportunities.
Our courses and units are regularly updated to ensure they stay current and aligned with latest industry practices. Benefit from supportive teaching professionals who offer industry-relevant, real-world experience.
Structure and assessment
You are required to complete 15 units, comprising of six core units shared with the Master of Information Technology that covers the body of knowledge of ICT as defined by the Australian Computer Society. In addition you complete four units that extend your core knowledge. These units cover business processes management, e-business systems, big data and business intelligence, knowledge audits and business analysis.
The course also offers a 12 credit point capstone project where you demonstrate your knowledge by completing a discipline project. The course offers four elective units one of which is ERP systems management. Other elective units can be selected from business or information technology (IT) units or you can build a minor through Graduate Diploma of Project Management.