The Master of Information Technology (16 subjects) is designed for students
who want to gain a specialist IT postgraduate degree but who don’t have
a recognised bachelor’s degree.
The aim of the Master of Information Technology is to provide students
with the theoretical knowledge and technical and communication skills
necessary to succeed as a computing professional. Students will also
acquire valuable research and problem-solving skills. Students will study
one or more specialisations in the areas of computer networks, software
development, ICT management, network security, and systems analysis.
The course is practically-focused, and all students will complete a final
year capstone subject to demonstrate their specialist knowledge in
a professional context.
The course provides you with an advanced IT qualification. You’ll be encouraged
to choose a specialism while studying core subjects such as ethics, project
management, database systems and computer organisation and architecture.