Study in Melbourne International College in Australia

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BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Course Duration

This course is three year duration and is completed full time on campus at Melbourne International College. Students who enroll in this course are enrolling with Charles Sturt University (Provider Code 02507A).

General Information about the Course

The course is designed to equip graduates with the skills and attributes required to be an effective and efficient information technology professional.

The Bachelor of Information Technology course has a core of Information Technology subjects complemented with a selection from a wide a range of subjects that includes the latest advances in IT skills, concepts and applications (e.g. object-oriented analysis and design, multimedia and networking, data communications and internet publishing).

Course Components

The Bachelor of Information Technology requires that you complete 24 subjects   in order to complete your degree. The structure of the course is quite flexible.

Every student must complete 12 core subjects. These are subjects that you must do regardless of the other subjects you may elect to undertake.

You must then complete another 12 subjects as follows: a four subject information technology minor; another four subject minor which may in a discipline other than IT; four free electives.

The core component covers principles fundamental to the information systems and computing discipline such as databases, data communications, analysis and design and project work plus emerging directions, notably object-oriented , methods and the internet.

The course places particular importance on practical experience, and all teaching involves industry standard hardware, software, methods and techniques, in addition to relevant industry site visits. Students are encouraged to seek relevant paid work experience in vacations. In their final year project, students investigate, design and implement a substantial computer application to address a practical real world problem.

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