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G42 Bachelor of Information Systems

The Bachelor of Information Systems aims to provide a strong background in all aspects of information systems and electronic commerce.  It will equip students with the analytical and developmental concepts and skills associated with information systems that underpin so many elements of e-commerce.  This is very much a business oriented, yet technical course.



Applicants are expected to have studied mathematics at year 12 or equivalent.  Students without sufficient background in mathematics may be invited to complete Business Mathematics.  This unit does not contribute to course credit.



The course is available by full-time study on the Joonaldup campus and part-time study on the Churchlands campus.

Introductory Business Units
LAW1100 Legal Framework I 15
MAN1100 Management I 15
MIS1100 Information Systems I 15
MKT1100 Marketing I 15
Field Specific Units
LAW2215 Cyberlaw 15
MIS2200 Software Development II 15
MIS2202 Introduction to ERP Systems II 15
MIS2203 Business Process Integration II 15
MIS2231 Network Management II 15
MIS2251 Systems Development II 15
MIS2252 Database II 15
MIS2285 Electronic Commerce and Web Tools II 15
MIS2293 Internet II 15
MIS2295 Designing Web Useability II 15
MIS3204 Internet Software Development III 15
MIS3353 Systems Development III 15
MIS3392 E-Commerce Risk and Security Management 15
MIS3395 Web Commerce Development III 15
MIS3396 E -Business Planning III 15
MIS3450 Project Management III 15
MIS3520 Database III 15
MKT3322 Marketing on the Internet 15
and any two units selected from:
MAN3213 Managing e-Business 15
MIS3351 Strategic Information Systems Management III 15
MIS3354 Software Development III 15
MIS3315 ERP Software Development III 15
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004