Data and Information Systems Management

    Unit set code: BMADIS | Study level: Undergraduate | Unit set type: Major
    City Campus


    Secure your spot in the information technology and communications revolution, with a Bachelor of Accounting major in Data and Information Systems Management.

    You will learn the complex concepts, skills and knowledge required for a career in:

    • business and information system analysis
    • IT project management
    • Business Intelligence (BI) Analysis
    • database development.
    • big data and machine learning

    This major will cover key subject areas, including:

    • the use of artificial intelligence for data analysis
    • business process modelling
    • programming
    • software development
    • web technologies
    • databases
    • enterprise resource planning.

    You'll also learn to develop and deliver an information systems project.

    Graduate well prepared to begin your career, with strategies for the constantly changing technological environment and skills in organisational decision-making to achieve corporate goals.

    Unit set structure

    For a major study students must complete 96 credit points consisting of:

    • 96 credit points Major Studies
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    Most units at VU are worth 12 credit points. You will need to complete the required course credit points to graduate.

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