Graduate Certificate in Information Technology

Course summary

Delivery Online
FacultyScience and Technology
Duration 4-6 months
Fee $2,500
Level of studyPostgraduate
StudentsDomestic only

Introduction

In this course you will delve into various aspects of the information and communication technology field. You’ll gain insights and understanding of the impact of new technologies and open doors to new career opportunities in this rapidly advancing industry.

This course offers an excellent opportunity to complement your existing skillset by adding a technical component. You’ll gain a better understanding of IT related business strategies – which will complement your existing skillset to broaden your employment opportunities and take your career to a new exciting level.

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Completion of this course serves as a pathway into:

Students who have completed this course may apply and receive credit for units within these courses so make a start and see where this course can take you.

Admission requirements

Applicants must have an Australian bachelor's degree in a non-IT field or equivalent.

Fees

$2,500 - full course fee

Please note this fee is part of the subsidised COVID-19 Federal Government support package and is contingent on students completing their studies by December 2020.

Fee payment can be deferred through the HECS-HELP scheme.

Course information

Course requirements

Students studying a Graduate Certificate in Information Technology must pass 12 credit points as follows:

Course duration

One semester full-time or equivalent. Students must complete study by December 2020.

Unit delivery modes

Online only

Commencement dates

Part-time: 1 June 2020 (Winter Term)

Full-time: 3 August 2020 (Semester 2)

Awards

Award(s) Official Abbreviation
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology GradCertIT
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