International Students: To fulfil your student visa requirements, you’ll need to enrol in 30cp per semester. However, you may enrol in 40cp per semester (with your Program Advisor’s authorisation) which will reduce the time to complete your program.
Domestic Students have the option of undertaking either 30 or 40cp per semester.
Applicants must have:
* A completed Bachelor’s degree from a recognised institution in any discipline or equivalent, including Information Technology.
The Master of information Technology (Professional) provides students with the technical skills for careers in the information technology industry or with IT intensive organisations, including government and business enterprises.
The Master of Information Technology degree is accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING
Work Integrated Learning is designed to promote and support student learning, personal development and professional practice. Students are responsible for sourcing industry projects themselves and are mentored by academic staff and their industry sponsor with Work Integrated Learning is designed to promote and support student learning, personal development and professional practice. Students are responsible for sourcing industry projects themselves and are mentored by academic staff and their industry sponsor with agreed-upon learning objectives.
Assessment includes planning documents, regular meetings with their academic mentor and industry sponsor, a final report presentation to peers, academic mentor and industry sponsor. The subject aims to: facilitate students’ self-analysis and reflective issues and problems; and apply theoretical knowledge in seeking solutions for practical workplace problems.
Students complete the following core subjects, plus the 20 week Work Integrated Learning subject:
* INFT71-110 Introduction to Programming
* INFT71-120 Information Systems Development
* INFT73-380 ICT Governance
* INFT73-710 IT Project
Elective Subjects (8)
An additional 8 elective subjects must be chosen from one or more of the following themes (2 of the 8 subjects selected must be taken at an advanced level – INFT73-XXX):
Distributed Systems and Web Applications where topics from advanced website, systems architecture, middleware, mobility and enterprise architecture will be covered.
Information Systems where topics from electronic commerce, information systems management, databases, business intelligence, data warehousing systems and enterprise systems design will be covered.
Management where topics from organisational change, technology management, security and assurance, business systems and business processes will be offered
Software Development where topics from software engineering, programming techniques and modelling / validation will be covered.
A program where all the elective subjects are from the above themes has Australian Computer Society accreditation.