Bachelor of Business (Information Systems)
The Bachelor of Business (Information Systems) specialisation focuses on the strategic use, management and development of information systems within an organisation. You will gain the technical and theoretical knowledge required to understand how and why certain information systems are deployed within an organisation.
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Graduates will understand the use of transactional and data warehouse systems, programming and problem solving techniques, and analysis, design and implementation of information systems.
You can attain professional membership of the Australian Computer Society (ACS).
This course gives you options to tailor your learning to your specific needs. All students study a common first year which is complemented in second and third years by specialisations in either two business disciplines, or a single specialisation and an area of study.
There are many career opportunities available for graduates. You could become a systems analyst, programmer and designer, applications developer, database administrator, information systems manager, help-desk manager and network administrator.
|Course location||Duration||Course code|
|Sydney||6 semesters of study||BBIS|
|CRICOS code||Intakes||Course fee|
|071961G||March, July and November||A$7500 per semester|
Units of study
- Accounting for Decision Making
- Information Systems for Business
- Economic Principles
- Business Statistics
- Professional Development 1
- Professional Development 2
- Professional Development 3
- Introduction to Marketing
- Business Law
- Management and Organisation Behaviour
- Computer Systems
- Introduction to Programming
- System Analysis
- Database Systems
- E Commerce
- Systems Design
- Systems Implementation
- Accounting Information Systems
- Computerised Accounting Information Systems
- Information Professional
- Business Communication Skills
- Strategic Management
English language requirements
You must provide evidence that you have completed an approved English language test, and achieved the result as described below:
- IELTS academic module with an overall score of 6.0 (no individual band below 6.0)
- TOEFL paper based test (TOEFL PBT) 550 (minimum TWE4.5)
- TOEFL internet based test (TOEFL iBT) 80 (with no band less than 20)
- Pearson Test of English (PTE) academic overall score 50-57 (no score less than 50)
- Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) Score of 52
- VU English: Completion of University Preparation Undergraduate (UPU)
- The English Language School in Sydney (ELSIS): Completion of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) 2 with a B grade.
Recognition of prior English language studies
If you have completed a qualification where English was the primary language of instruction, you may be eligible for an English language exemption. Check our Guide to English Language Requirements to find out if you qualify.
Students who do not meet the English language requirements may choose to undertake an intensive English course at the English Language School in Sydney (ELSIS).
Entry into an undergraduate course (e.g. bachelor degree) generally requires you to have completed:
- a secondary school qualification equivalent to an Australian Year 12.
Your eligibility will be assessed when we receive your completed application.
Admission requirements in your country
Find out if you meet the minimum academic (international qualification) requirements to be eligible to apply for this course by reviewing the academic entry requirements listed by country.
Applicants must be aged 18 or over to be eligible to apply for this course.
Apply for this course
Submit an application to study this course at VU Sydney.