Master of Information Technology

University of Canberra

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00212K

The UC Master of Information Technology is specifically designed for those who have an Australian bachelors degree in information and communications technology, or the equivalent, and looking to create a direct path to a more senior management position. In this course you will learn how understand and confidently navigate complex ICT subjects, including information science research methodology, technology and engineering management, and explore the emerging areas of advanced IT. Highly adaptable and flexible, this course allows you to tailor your study plan to include up-to-the-minute specialisation, and also offers a selection of delivery modes, including classes during both weekday evenings and weekday business hours, to help you balance study with your other commitments. This course also offers an option of undertaking a practical internship within a recognised organisation which is designed to significantly help you build on your classroom knowledge, improve your professional network and provide you with comprehensive insights into genuine working IT environments. Once you graduate you will possess both the confidence and competence to pursue career advancement in your chosen field of IT, or if you prefer, well-positioned to continue with further postgraduate study in the form of a PhD. This course offers the chance to specialise in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Data Science, Internet of Things & Robotics, Network Technologies or Project Management.

Structure

36 credit points

Standard entry requirements

  • An Australian bachelor degree in an Information and Communication Technology discipline, or equivalent.
  • If an applicant has an Australian graduate diploma degree, or equivalent, in a relevant Information and Communication Technology discipline, 12 credit points are granted, which equals to one semester's study of the course.
  • If an applicant has an Australian bachelor degree in a relevant Information and Communication Technology disciplines, or equivalent, plus 3 years relevant working experience in ICT disciplines, 12 credit points are granted, which equals to one semester's study of the course.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
UC College, Bruce International: $57,000 Yes
  • Full-time : 1.5 years

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