Aim higher and take your career to the next level.
- Gain strategic expertise to influence decision-making
- Learn advanced collaborative skills to manage complex teams
- Network with high-achieving peers and world experts.
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The Master of Information Systems (Executive) is the only course of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. It has been developed for ambitious, senior information technology managers already in an executive role and those who aspire to be C-level executives, for example a Chief Technology Officer or Chief Information Officer; looking to enhance their skills and take their leadership to the next level.
The course covers critical areas in information systems management and digital business. You will gain strategic expertise to influence decision-making at the most senior level and will learn advanced collaborative skills to manage complex teams. The course incorporates emerging trends and the latest industry requirements to ensure your learning is relevant and practical and that you will walk away with critical thinking skills for the future ICT industry.
You can tailor your course to suit your career aspirations with a range of study areas available, including IT strategy, emerging technologies, information assurance, and outsourcing and contracting.
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Term Applications close Term dates Term 4, 2018 24 Sept 8 Oct - 9 Dec
Term Applications close Term dates Term 1, 2019 14 Jan 28 Jan - 31 Mar Term 2, 2019 8 Apr 22 Apr - 23 Jun Term 3, 2019 1 Jul 15 Jul - 15 Sep Term 4, 2019 23 Sep 7 Oct - 8 Dec
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