Graduate Diploma Of IT
(1 year; AQF Level 8; CRICOS Course Code: 109116E)
The Graduate Diploma of Information Technology provides students with an enhanced understanding of the techniques and practical aspects of information system development process and equips them to meet the challenges of working in the rapidly changing IT industry with specific skills such as advanced programming, mobile app development, Web development, database application and management, and computer vision fundamentals.
By completing this course, students will acquire comprehensive Information Technology skills, that will enhance their employment opportunities, assist in career development, and allow them to successfully manage future business challenges in IT.
The Graduate Diploma is designed for students with little or no background in information technology but wish to attain a qualification in the IT sector, or who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology. Upon successful completion, students may choose to progress to the higherlevel Master of Information Technology.
To qualify for the award of the Graduate Diploma of Information Technology, a candidate shall:
- Must select 4 units from Level One (with Unit Code of MIT1xx);
- Must select 4 units from Level Two (with Unit Code of MIT2xx).
|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|
|MIT201 – Object-Oriented Programming and Functional Programming||6|
|MIT202 – Complexity and Algorithms||6|
|MIT203 – Mobile Application Development||6|
|MIT204 – Software Analysis and Testing||6|
|MIT205 – Web Development||6|
|MIT206 – Information Retrieval and Delivery||6|
|MIT207 – Non-relational database||6|
|MIT208 – Fundamentals of Image Processing||6|
|MIT209 – AI and Machine Learning Fundamentals||6|
|MIT210 – Foundation of Computer Graphics||6|