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As one of Australia’s top business schools, Curtin Business School (CBS) offers a wide range of quality courses and flexible study options. Our business degrees are recognised globally through CBS’s accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. We’ve once again also received 4 Palmes of Excellence for significant international influence in the Eduniversal Business School Rankings 2015.
Curtin University School of Information Systems offers undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications that focus on electronic environments, the design of information systems, and the application of computer technology in business. We also offer highly specialised courses in logistics and supply chain management, a growing field in which skilled professionals are sought after worldwide.
Our school boasts experienced staff, industry-connected courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and the latest standard equipment and application software. As a result, we’re well equipped to provide you with the blend of technical and business knowledge you’ll need to hold key industry positions and progress towards senior roles in the field.
Giving you a global scope for employment, our degrees are recognised by Australian industry bodies, as well as being recognised internationally. We are committed to pursuing strategic partnerships with industry, government and community, working with an advisory board comprised of high profile industry representatives to provide valuable input into our courses. This helps you complete a qualification that’s current and in demand.
The School of Information Systems has a wide variety of research interests. Highly regarded in the field, our staff and doctoral students are regularly published in professional and academic journals, books and textbooks.
Our logistics and supply chain management courses cover the foundations and techniques of management, law, supply chain management, purchasing and procurement. You’ll also have the opportunity to examine a range of issues applicable to strategic procurement, such as competitive conduct, strategy, logistics, and management, as well as systems analysis and design, operations management, project management, and business statistics.
After studying logistics with us, you’ll be well prepared for wide-ranging employment prospects. It’s an area of business that has many opportunities, including operational and managerial roles in transport, purchasing, supply chain management, distribution, manufacturing and retail.
As a student with the School of Information Systems, you’ll benefit from our close links with industry and strong emphasis on keeping up-to-date with the newest developments.
Comprised of representatives from major employer groups, our advisory board further strengthens our close links with industry. Helping to keep us informed of the latest advancements in government and industry, our courses are regularly revised and updated to reflect these developments and professional insights.