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This programme aims to produce graduates who are:
What you will learn
Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Information Systems will have a firm grasp of all the theoretical aspects of information systems, and will be able to apply their knowledge in practical situations. They will have developed particular aptitude in one area of the discipline, and will be aware of the need, and possess the skills, to keep their knowledge up to date. They will understand enough about scholarship and research methods to be capable of higher study.
To complete this programme, students must achieve a minimum of 360 credits.
Career pathways and opportunities
On completion of this programme, graduates will be well placed to gain career opportunities in the following areas:
Applicants must satisfy the following criteria:
Applicants under 20 years of age require a minimum of NCEA (Level 3) with University Entrance.
Applicants aged 20 years or over need to provide appropriate evidence of their ability to study at tertiary level. Level 4 or 5 courses or programmes are preferred.
Applicants whom English is not their first language shall provide evidence that they have achieved an overall IELTS score of 6 with no band score lower than 5.5.
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