Drive productivity, growth and innovation in the modern, digital world.
Information systems shape the technology that fuels the economy. The internet has transformed the way we buy, interact, search for, and share information. Behind every online innovation are information systems, which help businesses launch and thrive in the digital age.
In the digital era, information systems are critical to every business’s success. Companies rely on information technology to run their businesses, drive innovation, and safeguard their future. You’ll gain the skills and experience to design, develop, and implement business databases, enterprise systems, social media, and more.
Along with being one of the top business schools in the country, our Information Systems focused degrees have been accredited by the Australian Computer Society. You'll benefit from UNSW Business School's strong industry connections and access to our exclusive Career Accelerator program. With our world-class program, you’ll be ready to develop, implement, and manage information technology solutions for business.
With information systems study under your belt, you’ll be an adaptive thinker prepared to enter an agile business environment, solving problems creatively. In this modern, digital world, companies will be looking for someone just like you.
Career options include:
You can study information systems in the following undergraduate degrees:
Gain research experience and enhance your career prospects with an honours degree. These programs are designed to connect your undergraduate study with supervised independent research. An honours degree also provides a pathway into further study, such as a Masters by Research or PhD. You can take honours as a stand-alone degree or as part of an embedded honours program.
You can study information systems in the following postgraduate coursework programs:
You can study information systems in the following postgraduate research degrees:
“My assessments focused on solving real-world business technology problems which meant I could easily apply them to the workplace on placements and after graduation.”
Marina Boutros, Experience Designer, Deloitte Digital Australia