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GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - CRICOS CODE – 040024E

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES & OVERVIEW

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (INTERNATIONAL)

The Graduate Diploma of Information Technology is designed for graduates with an undergraduate degree in areas other than computing or information technology. The course offers continuing education at a graduate level for professionals from all disciplines. A background in computing is not required.

Completion of (at least) a 3 year degree course, or 3 year tertiary Diploma at agreed standard or equivalent from a recognised university.

Required proficiency in English. IE TS band Score 6.0 with no bands less than 5.5.

Successful completion of this course will give you the foundation, knowledge and skills to:

At least 18 years of age at the time of the students proposed commencement of studies at the university

  • Be familiar with the theoretical basis of Information Technology

  • Demonstrate appropriate project management principles and techniques

  • Demonstrate the programming skills required to architect and implement complex computer systems

  • Analyse, design and implement software systems, including functional, relational and object-oriented methodologies

  • Communicate, in written and oral form, your own work and the work of others

  • Discuss the latest developments in IT

FEES AUD 8,000 per semester PROGRAM DURATION 1 year or 2 semesters PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The course consists of eight units providing practical and theoretical skills in information technology.

Year 1 Semester 1 ITECH-5001 ITECH5000 ITECH5004 ITECH5400

Communication Technology Programming 1 Introduction to Multimedia Introduction to Computing

Semester 2 ITECH6101 ITECH5006 ITECH6100 ITECH7203

Software Engineering: Processes & Methods Database Management Systems Programming 2 Professional Development

  • As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every course will be offered in any particular semester.

  • All courses are subject to change through the processes of regular program revision.

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