IT Service Science at AUT: an overview

  • Also referred to as IT operations

The study of IT service science produces graduates who provide quality services to the IT industry by selecting, managing and maintaining computer infrastructures in a wide range of settings:
  • The sound analysis, design and implementation of information and communications technology solutions
  • The ability to relate the functions, services and best practices to information technology domains
  • The ability to integrate and relate information security frameworks with technical and nontechnical requirements
  • A sound understanding of contemporary IT services, security and operations management practices

Key academic contact

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Dr Mali Senapathi

Senior Lecturer, Information Technology and Software Engineering
School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

WT Building
AUT City Campus
2-14 Wakefield Street
Auckland Central

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Last updated: 29-Nov-2016 10.04am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.