Information Systems Specialisation - Bachelor of Business (Honours)

In the Information Systems specialisation in the Bachelor of Business (Honours) you learn about current research in the field, and develop in-demand research and writing skills.

You explore a topic of your interest, guided by research-active academics who are experts in information systems and supply chain management.

The Business Information Systems department at AUT has a rich research culture that emphasises the social and human impacts of digital technologies in supply chains, organisations and communities. Topics students have studied include cybersecurity and AI, analytics and HR, resistance to new IT, and ethics and IT.

Management, Technology and Organisation department academic staff and their current research

This is part of the Bachelor of Business (Honours).

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To graduate with a Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Information Systems, you must complete 120 points from:

  • Specialisation courses
  • Research methods course(s)
  • A dissertation

Full-time students would normally start this specialisation in Semester 1 (February).

Specialisation courses - complete the following

Research methods courses - complete the following


You can only enrol in the dissertation if you achieve a B- grade average or higher in your courses, have an approved research proposal, and supervision is available for your research.

The class of honours awarded in the programme depends on your grade.

Key features
  • Skills in high demand in the business world
  • Staff who are internationally recognised as experts in this field
  • Research strengths include IT governance, healthcare IT, ICT for development, enterprise systems, and logistics and supply chain management

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