Postgraduate Diploma In Information Systems And Technology
Duration : 12 Months
Intake : February or July
Level : Postgraduate Diploma
Tuition & fees : $ 25,000 Per Year
IELTS : 6.5
TOEFL : 90
PTE : 64
About this course
The Postgraduate Diploma in Information Systems and Technology (PGDipIST) is an advanced qualification in Information Systems for specialist IT graduates. Students will be encouraged to challenge and continuously improve their existing IS and Technology Management practices. They can combine taught courses and seminars with research options and an internship.
Graduates will become globally aware and understand, analyse, and critique national and international perspectives on information systems and technology.
Why study a Postgraduate Diploma in Information Systems and Technology at UC?
Set yourself apart with a specialist diploma and get ahead in your IS career.
Gain advanced skills in a one-year applied qualification.
There is a significant shortage in high level ICT skills, so this programme will help UC graduates meet the demand in the marketplace, as more employers seek to engage more IT-savvy employees.
This programme will be taught by the UC Business School | Te Kure Umanga staff and professional, qualified contributors from the local business community (including academic staff and professionals with competencies in Māori and Indigenous development-related IS topics).
Increasingly, postgraduate diplomas are becoming more recognisable in the international market, and ICT-specific skills are critical to the growth and development of many business sectors in Aotearoa New Zealand. There is also evidence of a growing demand for biculturally competent and work-ready IS graduates, who are able to apply cultural concepts and theories to organisational situations across a wide range of organisations, industries, and countries.
This Diploma will allow graduates to jump ahead and take on innovative leadership or management roles in ICT. Graduates will be well suited to work in a range of roles including business/systems analyst, IS consultant, IS manager, and software developer.