Comments about Master of Information Services - Online - on campus - Perth - WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Western Australia
Designed to address market needs for professional information services staff with a broad range of high level skills in information services, information management and information technology. Graduates will be capable of filling senior roles in the information services, information brokerage, information management and knowledge management industries. Disciplines offered include: Archives & Records, Information Science, Knowledge Services and Teacher Librarianship.
A three-year tertiary qualification. Special admission requirements are detailed under individual disciplines.
Master of Information Services
Teacher Librarian, Archivist, Records Manager, Knowledge Management Professional, Information Management Professional, Librarian, Researcher, Information Broker,
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
Master of Information Services students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:
* Archives and Records
* Information Science
* Teacher Librarianship
* Knowledge Services
Electives for the Information Science and Knowledge Services areas of specialisation may be chosen from the following list:
Any core unit in other areas of specialisation of the course
CSG220U Project Management, Professionalism and Ethics
IST4108 Display and Presentation Systems
CSI4102 Computer Security
CSI4104 Information Security
CSG4331 Knowledge Computing
CSI4201 Systems Analysis
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Master of Information Services is a three semester (180 credit point) full-time award with exit points after 60 points (Graduate Certificate) in certain areas of specialisation and 120 points (Graduate Diploma).
Students must select one of the following four areas of specialisation and must complete all units in the selected area of specialisation for the Master award.