Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00917K; 02851G (WS, The College)
This program is designed to provide a new set of skills and knowledge for next generation managers and consultants, reflecting the increasing demand for training in this area, including the recent rise in information security management issues. The structure of the degree reflects the understanding that the technical, business and legal aspects of information governance are equally important, and that the related knowledge and skills from these areas are interconnected and applied in confluence in practice. The course draws from best practice to provide professionals with systematic knowledge and skills for managing information assets and ensuring regulatory compliance, in a way that is applicable across all industries and independent of any particular technology or vendor solution.
160 credit points
- Information and Data Governance Law and Policy
Standard entry requirements
Undergraduate degree, or higher, in any discipline, or a minimum 5 yrs FTE professional work experience in Information and Communications Technologies or related areas and write an expression of interest outlining their experience, knowledge and skills and how it has prepared them for study. The expression of interest will be assessed by the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics.
Applicants must support their application with a statement of service for all work experience listed on the application.
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