ALIA-recognised librarianship courses
Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS)
|institution||Monash University * [vic]|
|school||Caulfield School of Information Technology|
|Information Management Professor||Em Prof Don Schaunder|
|course description||The MBIS is a coursework program which offers advanced studies in library and information services, information management, electronic recordkeeping and archiving, and related information technology disciplines including knowledge management, business intelligence, business systems, business application development and enterprise systems. The MBIS consists of three semesters of full-time study, or part-time equivalent. It is offered on Monash University's Caulfield Campus with subjects available in a variety of modes: day and evening classes and through flexible delivery for on-campus and/or distance mode. Applicants for admission must normally have qualified for a bachelor's degree at a satisfactory level at Monash University or at another tertiary institution approved by the Faculty of Information Technology.
Advanced standing and/or recognition of prior learning is available to librarians and others who can demonstrate appropriate qualifications.
For more details about Information Management courses see http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/future/study-areas/information-management.html|
|closing date for 2010 applications||For 2nd Semester 2010—2 July 2010; For 1st Semester 2011—25 February 2011.|
|contact details||detailsLevel 6, Building H, Monash Caulfield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East, Vic. 3145; PO Box 197, Caulfield East, Vic. 3145, ph 03 9903 2535, fx 03 9903 1077, ph 03 9903 2994, http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/about/schools/caulfield/|
|co-ordinator||Dr Steve Wright, ph 03 9903 2994, firstname.lastname@example.org |
|program manager||Dr Steve Wright|
|ALIA recognition||The Master of Business Information Systems (LIS Stream) and the Master of Business Information Systems Professional (LIS Stream) offered by Monash University is accredited by ALIA for a period of seven years, from 1 January 2006, subject to a satisfactory annual course return being provided by Monash University, and the right of ALIA to reassess the course on the occurrence of what, in ALIA's view, are exceptional circumstances and in any event, once during that seven year period, and not later than December 2015.|