Graduate Certificate In IT
(Half a year; AQF Level 8; CRICOS Course Code: 109115F)
The Graduate Certificate in Information Technology provides students with a solid grounding in the fundamental theories and applications of Information Technology, including computational mathematics, programming, operating systems, databases, and software project management. It not only allows those with a related degree (not necessarily an IT degree) to undertake a specialised sequence of units to upskill or refresh their professional IT knowledge, but it also serves as an excellent retraining opportunity for a student is a professional and aims to move into a new IT career.
By completing this course, students will acquire essential knowledge and skills in Information Technology, thereby creating a solid base to serve as a springboard their progression through the IT industry. Upon completion, students may choose to further progress to higher-level courses such as the Graduate Diploma of Information Technology and the Master of Information Technology.
To qualify for the award of the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology, a candidate shall: Complete 2 core units and 2 elective units with accrued an aggregate of at least 24 credit points.
Complete 2 core units and 2 elective units with accrued an aggregate of at least 24 credit points.
|Content of the course of study||Credit points|
|Core Units||· MIT101 – Programming Fundamentals||6|
|· MIT105 – ICT Professional Practice, Management and Ethics||6|
|Elective Units||· MIT102 – Operating Systems and Computer Architecture||6|
|· MIT103 – Database Systems||6|
|· MIT104 – IT Networking Fundamentals||6|