Australian Computer Society associate accreditation (Undergraduate)
Completion of an Australian Computer Society accredited degree is a recognised pathway to a career with a focus on ICT (Information and Communication Technologies). The Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics (with a Major in Business Information Systems) have been accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
Requirements for accreditation
Students planning to satisfy the Associate accreditation requirements for the Australian Computer Society (ACS) should include in their degree a prescribed set of units of study, including a major in Business Information Systems (at least 42 credit points in senior units of study). The required units are as follows:
(i) prerequisite unit of study for the Business Information Systems Major:
(ii) the following compulsory senior units of study
- INFS2001 IS for Performance Improvement
- INFS2020 Business Process Modelling and Improvement
- INFS3040 Enterprise Systems and Integrated Business
(iii) four additional senior 'INFS' coded elective units of study (including at least two units at 3000-level), from the following list:
- INFS2010 Digital Information Design and Management
- INFS2030 e-Commerce Business Management
- INFS3030 Information Protection and Assurance
- INFS3050 Business Intelligence for Managers
- INFS3060 Managing Digital Innovation Projects
- INFS3070 Business Analysis in Practice
- INFS3080 Business Information Systems Project
For further information regarding registration requirements contact the Australian Computer Society.
This major is accredited until September 2014.