Whether it's biometric recognition, digital health monitoring or connectivity to the Internet of Things, technology is shaping how we live at an unprecedented and increasing speed.
If you want to be part of this transformation, the Master of Information Technology (MIT) places you at the cutting edge. You'll experience innovative learning with industry-led projects at the University's Digital Enterprise Lab, which might include digital health, digital tourism and smart cities. You will master cutting-edge technologies in artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented reality and the Internet of Things with advanced coursework and real-world applications.
The course is designed for both IT and non-IT professionals. Together with core units in data science, cyber security, software development and user experience, you have the option to tailor your studies with advanced specialist units.
As a graduate you are well-prepared for senior and leadership roles in all manner of businesses and organisations, from both the private and public sector.
An applicant for admission to the Master of Information Technology must have:
Data science, cyber security, software development, user experience. Specialist units include: advanced cyber security, big data analysis, computational intelligence and machine learning, computer forensics, internet engineering, pervasive and immersive user experience, programming for the internet of things, mobile and cloud systems.
Graduates will be prepared for a variety of roles with advanced expertise in cyber security, software engineering, user experience and data science.
To be eligible to receive the Master of Information Technology students must complete 16 core units (192 credit points), comprising: