Bachelor of Business Informatics

Be the key to an efficient and connected business environment

Our Bachelor of Business Informatics is an interdisciplinary degree providing a bridge between the areas of business and information technology. This degree will set you on the path to becoming an invaluable information and communications technology professional. Learn to design or redesign systems to meet business requirements and support them, investigate information needs, integrate business systems and manage service provision and outsourcing.

Open to new admissions

2018

Admission open to

Domestic students and International students


Level of Study

Undergraduate

Full-time Study Duration

3 years

Lowest Selection Rank

N/A


Location

Canberra

Course code

706AA

CRICOS number

049490F

Career Outcomes

Study a Bachelor of Business Informatics at UC and you will:

  • acquire knowledge in business processes and associated work practices, requirements and information needs
  • acquire theoretical knowledge to reflect critically on professional practice in the areas of business analysis, change management and implementation, project management and business strategy and planning of information systems
  • analyse and evaluate complex problems in a range of different information systems situations
  • learn skills to communicate and interpret information systems programs to technical and non-technical stakeholders.

Career Opportunities

  • business analyst
  • information analyst
  • system architect
  • information systems manager

Work Integrated Learning

Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to put your interdisciplinary knowledge into practice by working on approved case studies and participating in a final year internship.

Course details

Sample study plan

YEAR 1

  • Accounting for Managers
  • Database Design
  • Information Law
  • Information Systems in Organisations
  • Introduction to Management
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Problem Analysis and Statistics
  • Professional Practice in IT

YEAR 2

  • Designing Human-Computer Interaction
  • Organisational Performance
  • Sociology of Technology and Work
  • Systems Analysis and Modelling
  • Open Elective (x4)

YEAR 3

  • Business Informatics Case Studies
  • Business Informatics Internship
  • Business Intelligence Systems
  • Database Systems
  • Document and Workflow Management
  • Knowledge Management Systems
  • Systems Project and Quality Management

Course specific
information

This course is accredited with the Australian Computer Society at the professional level.

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information

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