Bachelor of Business Information Systems / Bachelor of Commerce
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Course in detail
- Twelve Information Systems core studies (150 credit points)
- Fourteen Commerce core studies (175 credit points) depending on the Commerce major chosen
- One IS Project core (12.5 credit points)
- Three Information Systems specialist electives (37.5 credit points)
- One Commerce elective (12.5 credit points)
- One ICT elective (12.5 credit points)
- The not-for-credit unit HIT0004 - Careers in the Curriculum, is compulsory
- The same unit cannot be counted more than once. Where there are overlaps in units, the 300 credit points of study must be made up of units as determined by the Program Coordinator
In addition to the above, all Swinburne undergraduate students must complete a compulsory unit of study HIT0004 Careers in the Curriculum. Careers in the Curriculum is an innovative unit designed to assist Swinburne students to enhance their employability and career prospects.
All students must meet the requirements that apply to all Bachelor of Commerce students to complete a major. Students must complete a eight-unit major in Commerce. The available commerce disciplines are:
Choose two electives (25 credit points) subject to the following rules:
- One elective (12.5 credit points) must be chosen from Approved ICT electives
- One elective (12.5 credit points) must be chosen from Approved Commerce electives
As part of the Swinburne Model for Professional Learning, all students will undertake a professionally-focused final-year project as part of their degree. Entry with advanced standing may require alternate study sequences to be undertaken.
Students studying part-time should refer to the general timetable for availability. Please note, not all units will be available in the evening or in every semester.
Aims and objectives
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Swinburne AbroadSwinburne offers International Exchange Programs as well as other Education Abroad Programs to help internationalise your degree. International Exchange is an academic program allowing you to study at a Swinburne Partner Institution for one or two semesters during your degree. Swinburne's Partner Institutions offer many relevant subjects as well as a secure base to explore a different culture. Your studies while on exchange can be credited towards your Swinburne degree, provided they are relevant and approved by Swinburne. For further information visit the Education Abroad website.
English language requirements
Swinburne College English for Academic Purposes Certificate: EAP 5 Advanced: 70%; OR, obtaining a minimum IELTS overall band of 6.5 (Academic Module) with no individual band below 6.0; OR, a TOEFL (Paper-based) minimum score of 550 (with Test of Written English (TWE) score of 5); OR, a TOEFL (Internet-based) minimum score of 79, with no individual band below 18. Refer to the English Language Requirements website for further information.