DURATION

3 years full-time (fast track 2 years)

INTAKES

March, July, November

PROGRAM CODE

CT5

CRICOS CODE

074009A

LOCATION

Melbourne, Sydney

AVAILABILITY

International students
DURATION 3 years full-time (fast track 2 years)
INTAKES March, July, November
PROGRAM CODE CT5
CRICOS CODE 074009A
LOCATION Melbourne, Sydney
AVAILABILITY International students

PROGRAM OUTLINE

The Bachelor of Information Technology is an innovative program designed with input from major IT industry partners. Upon completion of the program, graduates will have achieved industry-recognised qualifications and have the foundation to become a leader in the IT field with the ability to design and implement up to date computer-based systems including those related to internet technology, multimedia and web-based applications.

As a graduate of this program, you will have been provided with a balance between specific knowledge of particular development tools (languages, operating systems, development environments), be able to analyse, design and implement up-to-date computer-based systems and have sound lifelong learning skills, which will ensure that you are able to remain at the forefront of this vibrant and rapidly developing sector.

If you are interested in specialising in Networking, you will probably find that our Bachelor of Networking is the degree you are looking for.

More Details

Program category: Bachelor’s degree
Hosted by: Faculty of Science and Technology
Program fees: International students:  Click here for Tuition fees

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND SCOPE

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Scope

The Bachelor of Information Technology is based on a number of core courses , which cover the fundamentals of information technology, such as World Wide Web (WWW) technology, design techniques for multimedia and the internet, Java programming, software engineering, electronic data interchange and networks. The focus is on fundamental concepts which enable students to become skilled IT professionals. These core courses are complemented by elective studies.

There is a balance between specific knowledge of particular development tools (languages, operating systems, development environments) and general lifelong learning skills which ensure that graduates are able to remain at the forefront of this vibrant and rapidly developing sector.

STRUCTURE AND COURSES(SAMPLE)

The program consists of 24 courses and is normally 3 years full-time.

16 core courses and 8 elective courses make up the program structure. The core courses are designed to cover the material that is needed in order to become an IT professional. Elective courses may be chosen from any area, and may form a sequence within the program . No more than 3 elective courses may be taken at an introductory level. Computing electives must not be at 500 Level.

Program Outline (Sample Only)

Note:The above courses are subject to staff availability. Therefore, there is no guarantee that every unit will be available in any particular semester. All courses are subject to change through the processes of regular course revision.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Applications developer
  • Business intelligence officer
  • Communications officer
  • Computer engineer
  • Computer systems engineer
  • Data warehouse administrator
  • Database administrator
  • Database administrator developer
  • Hardware technician
  • Information officer
  • IT consultant
  • Integration analyst
  • IT manager
  • Multimedia application developer
  • Multimedia developer
  • Network engineer
  • Network manager
  • Programmer
  • Software engineer
  • Support officer
  • Systems administrator
  • Systems analyst
  • Systems designer
  • Systems manager
  • Team leader
  • Training officer
  • Web designer

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To access the entry requirements for this program click here.

English Language Requirements

Overall IELTS 6.0 (Academics) with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent. For more information, visit English language requirements page.

Credit transfer or exemption for prior study

Course credit may be available, for recognised courses, to a maximum of 12 courses.

HOW TO APPLY

To find out the methods of application, visit How to apply page.

If you have a query about how to apply or entry requirements, contact enquiries@mit.edu.au .


Disclaimer

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