Business Analysis and Knowledge Management Graduate Diploma Courses

AM6211 Introduction to Business Analysis - (15 credits) 
To enhance your understanding of the application of data in organisations, and to start the process of building capability in designing, structuring, and analysing data. With a focus on how businesses use data to build, understand and report on your activities. 

AM6225 Operations Management - (15 credits) 
The aim of this course is to give you an understanding of the concepts and analytical methods that contribute to the systematic direction and control of the processes that transform inputs into completed goods and services, with focus on the efficient and effective management of resources. 

AM6244 Business Systems Analysis and Design - (15 credits) 
To introduce you to the roles of information technology (IT) and information management in business and to gather and analyse data with the purpose of identifying ways in which IT solutions can add value to a business. 

BM7203 Contemporary Issues in Knowledge Management - (15 credits) 
You will investigate, from a practical perspective, major issues facing organisations in adopting, implementing and using information systems for competitive advantage.  

BM7204 Strategic Knowledge Management - (15 credits) 
This course provides a strategic view of knowledge management, and how knowledge assets are managed for the purpose of creating value and meeting organisational goals and requirements.  

BM7211 Industry Project (Part A) - (15 credits) 
To prepare you for an applied industry project related to your area of study. 

BM7212 Industry Project (Part B) - (30 credits) 
To enable you to carry out a significant project related to your area of study for a specific organisation; and apply theoretical learning to an organisational issue. 

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