About the course
With the business management and information technology knowledge gained, you can aspire to accept responsibility and learn to manage technical and organisational change.
Upon completion of your studies, you will be awarded two degrees: Bachelor of Business and the Bachelor of Information Technology.
As a graduate, you will be prepared for positions in both business and information technology in areas such as:
* information technology
* commerce and industry
* government, semi-government and non-profit organisations
* human resource management
Your course is recognised by industry
Students will obtain the highest level of professional accreditation with the Australian Computer Society.
In addition, dependent on your specialisation studies, graduates may be eligible to apply for membership to bodies such as the Institute of Personnel Management Australia, the Australian Institute of Public Administration and Australian Institute of Management.
Distance education students must have access to computing equipment for electronic communication, running software and accessing study materials. Please contact the Course Coordinator for specific computer requirements relating to your course.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 256 points (32 subjects). Upon completion of the program, students graduate with two awards, the Bachelor of Business (in a specialisation) and the Bachelor of Information Technology. The student's chosen specialisation is included in the nomenclature on the Bachelor of Business testamur.
Meritorious students may apply for acceptance in to the Bachelor of Business (Honours) program or the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) program