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Business Information Systems

Honours

Students specialising in Business Information Systems in the Honours Program equip themselves with the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out research in an area of BIS. The program develops the use of a variety of research methods; knowledge of recent developments in the theory and practice of BIS; in conjunction with a supervisor identifying a research topic, research planning, implementation and evaluation; and research writing - culminating in the completion of a dissertation. These skills are highly valued by many employers.

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About honours in Business Information Systems

Students specialising in Business Information Systems in the Honours Program equip themselves with the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out research in an area of BIS. The program develops the use of a variety of research methods; knowledge of recent developments in the theory and practice of BIS; in conjunction with a supervisor identifying a research topic, research planning, implementation and evaluation; and research writing - culminating in the completion of a dissertation. These skills are highly valued by many employers.

To discuss current research areas in BIS, contact the Discipline of Business Information Systems honours coordinator Associate Professor Barney Tan .

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