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Help organisations excel in the digital world
Business professionals with an in-depth and current knowledge of information and communication technologies—and the ability to use that knowledge—are increasingly in demand by a wide variety of organisations.
A postgraduate degree in information systems can set you apart by equipping you with the skills you'll need to excel in a progressively connected world. You'll gain the creative problem-solving skills to find innovative applications of IT in business, communicate and negotiate with business management, and plan and manage complex projects.
Study information systems at Griffith
I’m ready for the future of business
Meet Caitlene Hillman, Griffith business student and AFR top 100 future leader. International opportunities during her degree have given her first-hand experience of current trends, ensuring she’s job ready for the future of business.
Broader skills to give you an edge
Griffith’s information systems degree will help you develop the knowledge and skills to manage the responsibility of choosing, implementing and maintaining information systems within an organisation and across organisations, to improve organisational performance. You’ll study a range of management and IT courses, including global business strategy, business intelligence systems, information management and control, and enterprise mobility.
Get recognition for your experience
At Griffith, we recognise the value of professional experience as well as previous study. Even if you haven't studied at university before, our professional entry option recognises relevant work experience as qualification for entry to the Graduate Certificate in Business.
Exceptional educational experience
You can be assured you’re getting a high-quality education with excellent flexibility and support because Griffith ranks in the top 7 in Australia for overall educational experience for undergraduates in the QILT 2019 Student Experience Survey.
Griffith Business School is an accredited member of AACSB International which means our business degrees are internationally recognised for excellence and outstanding business education. It’s the most prestigious accreditation a business school can earn.
We know that coming back to study can be a big decision. That's why Griffith Business School offers a range of postgraduate scholarships to support new students, like you, to successfully complete your degree through direct financial support.
An interest in how the theoretical side of the job measured up against the practical side prompted business intelligence analyst Bronwyn Hilmer to do a Master of Information Systems at Griffith University. Bronwyn completed her postgraduate studies over two years while also working at Griffith's Nathan campus in the Office of Planning and Financial Services. 'The flexibility of the program was fantastic and I was able to network regularly with lecturers,' she said. 'My studies reinforced the work I was doing, and provided me with a solid base to develop a deeper knowledge of my profession and its impact in the greater business intelligence environment.'
Forge your path with Business at Griffith
Rewarding excellence and potential, no matter your background. Valued up to $20,000. ATAR 99.95–66.00
Apply your skills as an IT management professional
As a Griffith Master of Information Systems graduate you'll be prepared for positions that relate to the business application of information technology in any organisation. You may find work as a systems analyst or developer, web or ecommerce developer, database designer and administrator, business process modeller, consultant or information resource manager. Your skills may also lead to higher-level positions such as project leader and manager.
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