With abundant employment opportunities in the field of information technology, the Master of Information Technology at the University of Newcastle can offer great and diverse career opportunities and challenges.
More than working with computers, information technology relates to the study, design, development, application, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems.
Whether your interest is in information systems, software engineering, multimedia or telecommunications, the University of Newcastles masters program will provide you with a solid foundation in software technologies and theoretical concepts.
With the flexibility to select courses which appeal to your area of speciality, this program can be completed in one and a half years full time and has been designed to cater for those who currently work in the industry and possess the relevant undergraduate degree or those looking to pursue a career in IT.
Our advanced online learning system provides you with the flexibility and support to study anytime, anywhere to balance work, life and study. You can achieve your fully accredited Master of Information Technology at a time that suits you.
Students undertaking postgraduate coursework in Information Technology have access to a flexible and integrated program comprising the Master of Information Technology, Master of Information Technology (Professional) and Master of Information Technology (Advanced). The Master of Information Technology is a broad, flexible technical information technology Masters degree.
The program provides graduates with training and experience (according to personal development needs) by developing expertise in their desired fields. The Master of Information Technology (MIT) program is designed to cater to both those who currently work in the industry but have no formal qualification and those with tertiary qualifications in another discipline and little information technology background but who wish to gain a qualification that will allow them to pursue an IT career.
This one year degree is designed to develop and expand existing skills and knowledge in the technical aspects of IT. With hands on practical work in purpose-built, state-of-the-art facilities, this is a chance to test yourself on real world technology projects, exploring and developing multiple skills in a range of IT fundamentals.
Graduates of this program will be capable of working as software developers, network administrators, web designers, systems analysts, programmers, database analysts, project managers or system managers depending on their choice of specialisation or interests
Comprised of core and specialised coursework, the Master of Information Technology will have you study internet communications, strategic business systems, database management, systems analysis and information systems implementation. You will also complete an introductory course in software engineering. The University of Newcastle has developed this program to offer a solid foundation in a breadth of technical areas, preparing you for the remainder of the program, where you will select from a number of specialist areas.
Depending on your career goals, you can specialise your qualification by selecting one of the following majors:
To round out your study, you will also select from a range of professional studies, such as engineering project management and project planning and management.
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