Prospective HDR students
|candidate||working title||principal supervisor|
|Zi Chong||Exploring the 'Creative Tension' at work||A/Prof Annemieke Craig|
|Bardo Faruholz||A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Investigation of Experience Management in IS projects||Dr Craig Parker|
|Sonia Ivetac||Exploring ICT Decision Making in Victorian Secondary Schools||A/Prof John Lamp|
|Alireza Moayedikia||Studying Crowdsourcing: An information and analytics approach||Dr William Yoeh|
Interested in research-level study? Gain the skills you need to get ahead in your workplace or kickstart your research or academic career.
Our Department is comprised of 27 staff members including three professors. Our researchers have published in leading journals such as:
- Information Systems Research
- The Journal of the Association of Information Systems
- The European Journal of Information Systems
- The Journal of Information Technology
- Information Systems Journal and Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
The Department of Information Systems and Business host two research laboratories: The IBM Centre of Excellence in Business Analytics and Advanced Business Analytics Lab.
We are also a proud member of the Federally-funded Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
Analytics and Process Optimisation for Resource Allocation - INT 306 (Alireza Moayedikia), Dr William Yeoh, 2017: $26,000
Qualitative end user evaluation, D2D CRC Federated Police Project, Prof Rens Scheepers, A/Prof Chad Whelan Prof Ingrid Nielsen Prof Louis De Koker 2017: $40,056 2016: $40,056
Evaluation of Technology within Simulated and Real-life Nursing Settings, Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent, A/Prof Bernice Redley, A/Prof Lemai Nguyen 2012-2014: $281.465
Read all about the past research projects our researchers have focused on.
The department's industry advisory board consists of representatives of major employers of our graduates, Victorian Government and professional bodies, and plays a key role in ensuring our academic programs remain relevant and current.
Formal partnerships of the department include:
- The IBM Centre of Excellence in Business Analytics
- Course partners of the Master of Business Analytics
- Industry certification partnerships:
- IBM (Analytics)
- Microsoft (IT Academy)
- Professional/industry groups:
- Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia (IAPA)
- ICT Geelong
The department welcomes new industry collaborations in teaching and research. Please contact the Department Head to discuss partnership proposals.
Do you want to develop skills and knowledge in Business Analytics but don't want to undertake a full master's degree at this moment in time?
Core units of the Master of Business Analytics degree are now available as single units for non-award study. If you decide to enrol in the full course at a later date, units completed will be credited to your degree.
|MIS761||Enterprise Information Management|
|MIS770/MIS770A||Foundation Skills in Data Analysis|
|MIS771||Descriptive Analytics and Visualisation|
|MIS775||Decision Modelling for Business Analytics|
|MIS782||Business Value of Information|
Our staff are dedicated to excellence in teaching and research in information systems and business analytics.