The School of Information System and Technology Management, UNSW Australia Business School offers postgraduate students a range of coursework courses in the fields of Information Systems. Students may choose to do the following Business School programs:
Master of Information Systems Management
The revised Master of Information Systems Management (MISM) program has been designed to be a more comprehensive, challenging and contemporary program, based on a set of Information Systems (IS) executive core competencies established through extensive IS skills from the United State and the European Union.
Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology
The Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology is a specialist Masters program that exposes students to a range of key business concerns that are interrelated. These include enterprise systems, business intelligence, decision support, strategic management accounting, e-business, corporate governance, risk management, audit and assurance, information systems security, and forensic investigation.
It is designed for graduates, early and midcareer, professionals with a background in accounting or information systems/information technology wanting to extend their understanding of methods and tools for leveraging accounting and information systems to enhance business value and competitiveness.
Master of Commerce/Master of Commerce (Extension)
The Master of Commerce has a long and distinguished history of providing high quality, relevant education to graduates who are looking to further develop and broaden their skills and knowledge in business. Underpinning this reputation for excellence is a philosophy of continuous quality improvement.