This unit bridges the gap between theory and practice by integrating the knowledge and key skills developed across the Digital Business or Business Information Systems specialisation. It provides students with a practical teamwork experience to identify, analyse, and solve contemporary problems by exploring the socio-technical ecosystem in which a digital business operates. This experiential learning opportunity enhances students’ career-readiness by consolidating their professional skills and ability to apply the Business Information Systems knowledge in authentic situations.
|Academic unit||Business Information Systems|
|Completion of 18 credit points of units towards the Digital Business or Business Information Systems specialisation (including INFS5002)|
|Completion of 6 credit points towards the Digital Business or Business Information Systems specialisation|
|Students should complete this unit in their final semester of study|
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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