Bachelor of Information Technology (IT)
Who's it for?
The Bachelor of Information Technology is designed for students seeking an undergraduate IT degree with a focus on real-world professional experience.
Following a flexible course structure, you'll study 24 subjects, including 10 core subjects, eight major subjects and six elective subjects.
Why should you apply?
This course gives you the opportunity to gain an industry recognised degree with Australian Computer Society (ACS) professional level accreditation - the highest level possible. You'll open up your chances of a successful career within a growth sector.
How much will it cost?
2017 fees: $3,166 per subject / $25,328 AUD per year.
Where can I study?
Sydney and Melbourne.
The CSU Study Centres Bachelor of Information Technology degree has Australian Computer Society (ACS) professional level accreditation (the highest level possible).
Over recent decades the ICT sector in Australia has continued to grow. Despite this growth in opportunities, the number of ICT domestic graduates has fallen. As a result of this IT skills gap, employers in Australia are increasingly looking to recruit international graduates from Australian Universities and professionals from overseas.
A number of international graduates from CSU Study Centres are now living and working in full-time permanent positions in Australia. Employers include Dell, Google and a range of other software and web development businesses.
Gain access to a range of commercial and technical sector jobs in:
Large financial enterprises
Public utilities and government
Industry and commerce
Postgraduate study and research.
You're eligible to apply for credit towards your course if you have a certificate, diploma or other undergraduate or postgraduate level qualification in any field, including vocational courses.
Get in touch to discuss your options.