If you are keen to be equipped in a field that is integral to shaping the world we live in and offers professional opportunities across almost all industries, an Associate Degree in Information Technology will set you on your way.
The course will prepare you with technical and problem solving abilities that virtually every modern organisation needs. As a graduate, you will be able to apply skills in programming, web development and cybersecurity to systems analysis and design, databases and networks. Alternatively, choose to continue on for another year for your Bachelor qualification and specialise in your IT passion!
Undertaking the Associate Degree of Information Technology will enable you to consider a range of possible specialisations in almost any industry to find solutions for the future.
Career opportunities exist as user-experience designers and developers, web developers, systems administrators, and technical support personnel. Graduates may also choose to continue their studies in the Bachelor of Information Technology.
While this course has no majors, students can study units in programming, web development and cyber security, systems analysis, contemporary issues in IT, databases and networks. Successful graduates may upgrade their qualification to Bachelor level following completion of an additional year of study.
Please note: Unit availabilities are published for each study period and may vary from year to year.
Assessment may be in the form of essays, reports, audio or video presentations, online quizzes, case analyses or problem resolutions, software programs and examinations.
On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, online activities and video-linked or podcast virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.
Our online study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive a combination of podcast or video-linked lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.