The intersection and interaction of technologies, people, organisations and societies have created a demand for Information Systems graduates  with specific attributes, knowledge and skills.    

In response to this demand, the Department of Information Systems develops and equips students to participate in the 21st century digital world and in particular the digital economy.  Across our undergraduate and post graduate programs the Department offers a range of ICT related skills.  This includes both technical and non-technical skills both of which are essential for the Information Systems practitioner in the real-world.     We have embedded into our programmes  the necessary range of graduate attributes that are demanded by the modern local and global economies.   Our course content traverses information systems fundamentals, systems analysis and design, decision making, information management, technical design skills and data analysis, among others.   These skills provide a foundation for a well-rounded graduate to function in the digital economy.