The Bachelor of Information Systems curriculum at Holmesglenfocuses on the development of technical skills from the ground up through a hands-on, practical learning technique.
This program was created to equip students with the strong technical skills required for employment in the information technology industry. With a focus on practical, hands-on learning, this course emphasizes developing technical skills from inception.
After completing the course, students will have a solid understanding of business analytics, website design, database design, networking, and programming.
Among the subjects covered are business administration, information security, network security, cybersecurity, cloud computing, virtualization, big data, and business intelligence.
Holmesglen works directly with renowned companies like Cisco, VMware, Fortinet, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services to make sure that this training course is current with the IT sector. You might acquire the theoretical understanding and real-world experience necessary for success in this particular field.
What you will study
This course comprises 23 subjects
18 core subjects
5 elective subjects
Business Information Systems,
Business Decision Analysis,
Networking and Virtualisation,
Big Data and Business Intelligence,
Students who earn a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree successfully will:
Apply your knowledge of mathematical principles and computational needs to business technology applications.
Analyze a problem to identify the computing requirements for the best solutions.
Create spreadsheets and database programs for tracking company procedures.
Acquire an understanding of your responsibilities and obligations in the areas of work, ethics, law, security, and social responsibility. What ethical and legal issues are related to information technology?
Develop expertise in collaborating with others to accomplish a common goal.
Planning, implementing, and evaluating a computer-based system, technique, part, or program are necessary to meet desired needs.
Enhance your ability to communicate with a range of audiences. Make written and spoken presentations of information technology solutions that are appropriate for a range of audiences.
Potential careers, include:
Junior Business Analyst
Junior System analyst
Junior Project Manager
One of the considerations for admission to this programme is ATAR.
A candidate who has finished VCE and possesses the following qualifications may be admitted to the program:
Units 3 and 4 English Language with a minimum study score of 20, OR English as a Second Language (EAL) with a minimum study score of 25.
English Language Requirements
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL - 60
Tuition Fee and Scholarships
AUD $17,400 Per Year