The Bachelor of Information Technology provides you with the contemporary knowledge, skills and experience required for a successful career as an IT professional capable of managing information technology, digital proficiency and technological transformations in all sectors of the community.
In addition to acquiring a core set of IT skills that are relevant in almost every industry, this diverse degree provides you with the opportunity to choose from a wide range of IT specialisations according to your interests and career aspirations. We offer a full range of IT disciplines from the technical (software development and cloud computing), to the creative (creative technologies and games design).
You’ll cover areas such as cyber security, application development, computer games, gaming, virtual and augmented reality, creative technologies and cloud computing and gain experience constructing IT solutions to real-world problems. You also have the flexibility to diversify your studies and explore other areas of interest through elective units in IT and/or complementary study areas.
This course includes an internship unit that provides professional work experience with an approved host organisation. Students also have the opportunity to gain business skills working on real-world products.
IT is at the heart of innovation and productivity. It shapes the way we live, work, learn, communicate, socialise and entertain ourselves. It’s no surprise then, that IT graduates are in high demand globally, and with high entry-level salaries on offer an IT degree can set you up for a satisfying and rewarding career. Possible roles include network officer or manager, IT security officer or manager, object-oriented or procedural programmer, database or web designer, manager, consultant, or system analyst.
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
Virtual and Augmented Reality
You may find employment in roles such as network officer or manager, IT security officer or manager, object-oriented and procedural programmer, database and web...
You may find employment in roles such as network officer or manager, IT security officer or manager, object-oriented and procedural programmer, database and web designer and manager, project manager, consultant or system analyst.
You will have an opportunity to undertake a discipline-specific Industry-Based Learning placement as part of your course. This will provide you wit...
You will have an opportunity to undertake a discipline-specific Industry-Based Learning placement as part of your course. This will provide you with the opportunity to apply and consolidate what you are learning in your course, experience workplace culture and workplace practices, explore career options and develop a professional network before you graduate.