Information Technology

A degree in Information Technology is crucial to the function of the working world today. It limits you to nothing, and challenges you to create, design and analyse anything digital. Your interest may lie in developing games, studying the mathematical foundations of technological functions, or discovering the importance of technology to international and online businesses today. You can choose to major in a range of areas in IT, including web systems, software technology, e-commerce technology, or the fundamentals of designing and modelling technology.

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Diploma in Informatics

Diploma in Informatics

University of Melbourne

The Diploma in Informatics is a one-year Diploma designed to enhance students’ IT abilities through deepening their understanding in data manipulation and presentation techniques.

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Bachelor of Information Technology

Bachelor of Information Technology

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree produces experts in Information Technology, and graduates are highly sought after in nearly every industry. Information is a strong currency in contemporary society, and experts who can manipulate and analyse information provide a valuable advantage for the operation of businesses.

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Bachelor of Information Technology (TAFE integrated)

Bachelor of Information Technology (TAFE integrated)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree is designed to provide for flexible study of Information Technology, with subjects offered cooperatively between TAFE Riverina Institute and CSU. The Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) offered by TAFE is integrated into the Bachelor of Information Technology offered by CSU, and students will study subjects at both TAFE and CSU.

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Bachelor of Computing Studies (Business)

Bachelor of Computing Studies (Business)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree is an Australian Computer Society (ACS) accredited degree in IT with a particular focus on how IT functions within business. ACS accreditation means that this degree meets professional standards in its content, quality, and staff competency.

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Bachelor of Computing

Bachelor of Computing

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Computing is a degree designed to allow students to work in the broad IT sector in a number of different roles, everything from what you probably picture when you think IT professional (man in a tie stealing your laptop) to developing computer games or applying your skills in another field, such as science.

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Bachelor of Information Systems

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Information Systems is a degree designed to allow students apply ICT knowledge to business, management and technical issues. It has a strong focus on providing students with an understanding of their degree and how it relates to the business profession.

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Bachelor of Information Technology

Bachelor of Information Technology

Charles Darwin University

The Bachelor of Information Technology will give students the tools they need to become competent IT professionals, ready to use their skills in a range of environments.

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Bachelor of Information Systems

Bachelor of Information Systems

Charles Darwin University

This degree combines Information Technology with its use in businesses, through ICT applications as well as systems analysis.

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Bachelor of Computer Science

Bachelor of Computer Science

Charles Sturt University: Bathurst

The Bachelor of Computer Science provides a broad education in computer science and its many applications, such as software development, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, and games programming. Students will learn to use software and hardware of an industry standard, ensuring that they are well prepared for the workplace come graduation.

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Bachelor of Computer Science (Games Technology)

Bachelor of Computer Science (Games Technology)

Charles Sturt University: Bathurst

This degree was the first of its kind offered in Australia, with a focus on specialist games technology training. Students learn programming techniques, computer graphic design, mathematics of game engines and virtual worlds, and network integration.

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