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Master of Information Technology (MC-IT150)

Masters (Coursework)Year: 2017 Delivered: On Campus

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Overview

Award titleMaster of Information Technology
Year & campus2017
CRICOS code077766F
Fees informationSubject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date
Study level & typeGraduate Coursework
AQF level 9
Duration & credit points150 points taken over 18 months full time or 36 months part time

There is no further entry into this course. You will be able to be admitted into the MC-IT150, via the MC-IT program.

Please refer to MC-IT (200 points).

The Master of Information Technology (MIT) is a 150-point program for those interested in a career in technical IT.

The key aspects of the course are:

  • Specialisations in key areas of Information Technology, namely:
    • Computing: a focus on theoretical and applied computing, as applied to a range of application areas;
    • Distributed Computing: a focus on the use of industry standard and Internet-based distributed computing technologies in the development of networked enterprise systems and their applications;
    • Health: a focus on the use of IT to process health information for purposes including improved individual health, healthcare, public health and biomedical research, prevention of medical errors and reduced healthcare costs.
    • Spatial: a focus on the spatial information technology and computing, including web-based and mobile services, to advance spatial information products and markets, including mapping, navigation, tracking and community-sourced geographic information.
  • Formal studies in project and change management, including risk management, quality assurance and testing.
  • Optional 25-point industry placement with local IT organisations as part of the course (available on a competitive basis)

A 25-point project, qualifying students to advance to a PhD

Last updated: 23 October 2017