Click on the links below for more information on the courses offered by the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems or download the Commerce Undergraduate handbook.

First Year Core Modules
ACC1006F Financial Accounting
BUS1036F Evidence-based Management 
DOC1003H Commerce Case Study
INF1002F Information Systems I *
CSC1015F Computer Science 1015
ECO1010F Microeconomics
MAM1010F Mathematics 1010
ACC1012S Business Accounting 
ACC2011S Financial Reporting I
ECO1011S Macroeconomics
CML1004S Business Law I
MAM1012S Mathematics 1012
STA1000S Introductory Statistics 

* Students who complete CSC1015F can complete CSC1016S in first year in substitution for INF1003F in second year.

Second Year Core Modules
ECO2003F Microeconomics II 
INF1003F Commercial Programming*
INF2006F Business Intelligence and Analytics
INF2007F Applying Database Principles
INF2009F Systems Analysis 
FTX2020F Business Finance
OR .
FTX2024S Financial Management
STA2020S Business Statistics 
ECO2004S Macroeconomics II
INF2010S IT Architecture
INF2011S Systems Design & Development 

Third Year Core Modules
BUS2010F Marketing I 
BUS3039F People Management 
INF3014F Electronic Commerce
INF3003W Systems Development Project I
BUS2033S Professional Communication
INF3012S BPM & Enterprise Systems 
PHI2043S Business Ethics 

Fourth Year Core Modules
INF4026F Application and Technical Development 
BUS4050W Strategic Thinking 
INF4027W System Development Project II
INF4024W Information Systems Research Project
INF4025S Information Systems Management 

Unless otherwise agreed by the Head of Department, candidates will be expected to obtain an overall credits weighted average of 65% for their third year Information Systems major courses and at least 55% for each course. to be considered for a place in the 4th year Information System courses.

Places may be limited. Students who do not qualify for 4th year Information Systems courses will be required to change their specialisation or degree in consultation with the Head of the School of Management Studies.