Bachelor of Business Information Systems
ICL Education Limited
Information Systems not elsewhere classified
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1. A completed application form. 2. Gained a qualification that is recognised as the New Zealand University Entrance (UE): a) New Zealand secondary school qualifications: Have completed University Entrance which requires NCEA Level 3 including: * 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 in three different approved subjects. * 10 credits at NCEA Level 2 or higher in English or Māori (5 in reading, 5 in writing). * 10 credits at NCEA Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau. (New Zealand applicants who have experienced disruptions in their studies from COVID-19 may qualify for UE with different criteria, as set out on this NZQA website). Or b) Cambridge International Examination (CIE): * A minimum of 120 points on the NZ CAIE Tariff at A or AS level from any subjects which are broadly equivalent to the subjects in the NCEA approved subject list, which includes: o At least three subjects (excluding Thinking Skills) with grades D or above. o Numeracy skills: a minimum grade of D in any mathematics subject at AS or A level. o Literacy skills: a minimum grade of E in English Language and/or English Literature subject at AS or A level. Or c) International Baccalaureate (IB) * IB Diploma with minimum 24 points, which includes: o Numeracy skills: any mathematics subject - IB Group 5 o Literacy skills: Literacy of language and literature (SL or HL) - IB Group 1, with English as the language Or d) an alternative secondary school qualification (Ad Eundem Statum) that is deemed equivalent to UE. This may include: * An appropriate qualification from an overseas secondary school or tertiary institution, deemed to be sufficient for admission into a bachelor's programme, subject to meeting literacy and numeracy standards required for UE, or their equivalent * An approved Foundation Studies qualification, subject to meeting literacy and numeracy standards required for UE, or their equivalent * An approved course of study at Level 3 or above normally consisting of 120 credits 3. International learners for whom English is not a first language must meet English language requirements as per NZQA Rules appendix, https://www2.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/rules-fees-policies/nzqa-rules/approval-recognition-and-accreditation/
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The aims of the Bachelor of Business Information Systems are: * To meet the need in domestic and global businesses for employees who have a blend of business and digital skills. * To equip graduates with technical skills in information systems and information service provision, knowledge of core business concepts, and soft skills required to work across digital and business areas. * To deliver work-ready graduates who can effectively employ information systems to support business growth and who can interpret and apply data in meaningful and ethical ways to achieve business goals. * To prepare future employees who are independent and critical thinkers and who have the cognitive, problem-solving, communication, and team-work skills necessary to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in a range of organisational and business environments. * To provide research-informed interdisciplinary study.
What graduates earn
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Data as at November 2022
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