Master of Information Systems and Technology

Curtin University

This program is designed for computing/business information professionals who are interested in advancing their skills and knowledge. The master provides scope for the merger of theory and practice and incorporates new concepts and technologies.

Course Fee:

Australian: $40,500
International: $45,300

Entry Requirements:

An undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline; OR an undergraduate degree in any discipline; and a minimum of 5 years' relevant workplace learning; OR a relevant Graduate Certificate.


This course is made up of 300 credit points, 11 core units one being a 50 Credit Dissertation Unit.

Subjects you can Study:

Information systems

Study Pathways:

Students who have already completed the Curtin Graduate Diploma in Commerce (Information Systems), may apply for credit for recognised learning for up to a total of 100 credits. Waiver from specific units may be approved, but require substitution in an approved unit by the course coordinator.

Further information:

Master graduates generally find employment in management and leadership roles within private and public organisations employing information systems in a management context. Curtin Course Code: MC-ISYS


This program has Professional Accreditation from the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Who for:

Information Systems Professionals who recognise a need to increase their knowledge and skills in the planning, development and management of information systems in competitive, global business environments

Accepts International Students:


Campus ATAR/OP Adjusted Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Part time 3 years
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Online 1.5 years
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Full time 1.5 years

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