Master of Business Information TechnologyCareer
Through the combination of business and IT studies, this program is designed to produce ethically and socially responsible professionals who can draw on technical and leadership capabilities, effective communication skills, innovative professional practices, and strategic and organisational skills to create successful business information systems solutions excel in the areas of business analysis, IT consultancy and project management.
Graduates may work in a range of industry sectors including health, retail, banking, farming, teaching, transport, manufacturing, publishing, telecommunications, education and libraries.
Potential roles in the public and private sectors include:
- ICT manager or consultant
- chief information officer
- e-business and e-procurement manager
- business and systems analyst
- systems management analyst
- database administrator
- IT project manager
- web developer
- systems architect
- IT contract manager.
You may also work as an independent broker or consultant or in electronic document management, applying your skills in litigation support, health and welfare, public administration and a variety of industry groups.
Professional recognition and accreditation
This program is accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and is internationally-recognised through the Seoul Accord.
Professional bodies may offer students and/or graduates membership, opportunities for entry into professional qualification programs and other career enhancing benefits.
For further details about accreditation and information about membership and opportunities for students and graduates, please visit our accreditation and membership page.
In addition to the expertise provided by the College of Business Industry Advisory Board, the School of Business IT and Logistics maintains strong local and international links with industry and business practitioners to ensure current standards and practice are reflected in the program.
Work-connected and industry-relevant options include:
- industry experts are invited as guest lecturers to expose you to current industry developments in information technology
- opportunities for mentoring and employment by interacting with guest speakers from organisations such as Deloitte, Telstra, Accenture and PwC
- engaging with the start-up community.
You will be able to apply and contextualise theory to the world of work in courses such as Governance and Change in Digital Business, which requires you to evaluate the performance of real world practice in relation to IT governance and change management strategies, and the Business Information Technology Project completed in the final stage of the program.