Get equipped with knowledge and practical skills required to be competitive in an area of continuous growth. It allows students for a long term career in wide range of areas. This subject allows a path to students from non-IT background to seek a career in the field of IT.
In the competitive world of technology, it is an area of continuous growth and has become an important part to everything we do. Graduates find employment in software development, applications development, customer support and service, computer systems support, network management, database administration and website development.
IT core units
Six units (75 credit points)
Specialization-specific core units
Complete all of the following specialization areas (100 credit points):
IT elective units
Two units needs to be chosen from the following electives
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