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Honours OR Postgraduate Diploma in Management in Information Systems (Part-Time)

Thinking about further study but not sure whether it is for you? The occupational marketplace is more competitive than ever before, and it is important to have a career strategy in place to help you gain the edge. A formal postgraduate qualification is a powerful differentiator and you can now earn this sought-after advantage part-time.

Gain industry-aligned skills and expertise for immediate application as you work to advance your career path in this dynamic area.

We offer an Honours or Postgraduate Diploma in Management in Information Systems with four specialisations, listed below.

  1. Information Systems Management
  2. Computer Forensics
  3. Enterprise Systems and Business Process Management
  4. Business Analysis and Systems Analysis

These specialisations are completed over two years, part-time.

These programmes are aimed at students currently employed in the Information Systems or Information Technology fields. Applicants need a three-year undergraduate degree from any discipline, and at least three years’ working experience. We will however, consider applicants with no formal qualifications, using Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) as criterion for admission.

In the first year of part-time study, students need to complete the coursework in one of the following four streams:

In the second year, once the selected coursework is completed, students based on interest and proven ability can either complete a research project and qualify for an Honours degree, or complete a work-related Information Systems project to qualify for the postgraduate diploma.

Prescribed curriculum [CH022INF01]
YEAR 1 – Coursework
INF4012W Enterprise Systems and BPM 
INF4015W Information Systems (Coursework) 
INF4016W Computer Forensics (Coursework) 
INF4018W Business and Systems Analysis (Coursework) 

YEAR 2 – Research
INF4024W Information Systems. Research Project