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Objectives:
Aimed at IT professionals with Honours or Master qualifications and significant industry experience. There are three stages: coursework, research preparation and thesis.
Entry Requirements:
* An Undergraduate degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering or related area with 2A honours or equivalent, or * * A relevant professional or coursework Master's degree with substantial research component,or * * A relevant Research Master's degree
Award:
Doctor of Information Technology
Course Description:
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The course has three stages: Coursework, Research Preparation and Thesis.

Stage 1
Comprises six coursework units making up 120 credit points that may be selected in conjuction with the supervisor from the following units:

Unit           Description                                                         Points

CSG5101    Artificial Intelligence                                               20
CSG5102    Internet Enabling Technologies                             20
CSG5140    Research Methods                                                 20
CSI5101    Software Design                                                     20
CSI5211    Information Security Standards and Practice          20
CSI5103    Strategic Information Technology                           20
CSI5309    Information and Network Centric Operations         20
CSI5107    Network Security                                                    20
CSI5108    IT Professionalism and Practice                              20
CSI5140    Fundamentals of Software Engineering                 20
CSI5199    Advanced Topics in Information Technology           20
CSI5202    Software and Systems Management                      20
CSI5203    Software Development Processes                          20
CSI5204    Database Administration                                        20
CSG5104    Special Topic 1                                                       20
CSI5319    Computer Forensics                                                20
MAT5106    Introduction to Geostatistics                                 20
MAT5114    Geostatistical Methods                                          20
MAT5115    Modelling and Simulation                                       20
CSG5206    Internet Technology and Management                 20
CSI5318    Wireless and Mobile Computing Security                20
CSI5117    Principles of Distributed Systems                           20
CSG5109    Mobile Forensics                                                    20
CSG5107    Network Forensics                                                 20

Stage 2
Consists of one semester of full-time research leading to a completion of a research proposal for Stage 3:
Unit    Description         Points
CSI6115    Information Technology Research Preparation 1    
(1/3 of semester load)    20
CSI6216    Information Technology Research Preparation 2    
(1/3 of semester load)    20
CSI6217    Information Technology Research Preparation 3    
(1/3 of semester load)    20

Stage 3
Consists of the equivalent of one and a half years of full-time research. Each semester students enrol into research thesis unit: CSI7200 at 50 or 100% of full-time enrolment. Students are required to continue re-enrolling in the thesis component of their study until the thesis is submitted for examination. ASSESSMENT OF THESES The thesis must meet all formal requirements outlined in Part VI of the University Admission, Enrolment and Academic Progress Rules. Thesis examination will be conducted according to the rules outlined in Division 4 of Part VI. The thesis must exhibit a high degree of originality and represent a significant contribution to the profession.


Unit            Description                                                 Points
CSI7200    Doctor of Information Technology Thesis         0
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