Explore Information Technology at ACAP
At ACAP, our passion is to connect our students to the real world. Understanding how technology intersects the working lives of so many people beyond the confines of the IT department is integral to the unique development we provide.
Our information technology courses equip graduates with the knowledge, capabilities, and people skills you need to shape the world of tomorrow. You will experience and master real-world and sustainable problem solving skills to apply to contemporary challenges while developing your knowledge of emerging and evolving technologies such as AI, blockchain, mobile and software development, and cyber security.
Sharpen your technology credentials
Dr Luke Bozzetto
Why study at ACAP?
We'll support you with funding options
Your fees may vary depending on your enrolment. Whether you're a self-funded domestic student or an international student, we have options to meet your needs.
Pay Upfront: Pay your tuition fees up front by direct debit, BPAY or credit card every trimester.
FEE-HELP is not available for this course. To discuss your funding options, contact 1800 039 139.
We'll help you succeed
Our understanding of human behaviour is reflected in the way you study with us. Smaller, interactive classes help you excel. ACAP is a place where we know you by name and you’re not shy to speak up and discuss ideas, role-play and support peers. It's a place where your passion for learning is mirrored equally by our passion for experiential teaching, and where we give you the encouragement and one-on-one support to help you learn and grow.
We’re outcomes-focused, meaning it’s not just about what you learn when you’re with us, but what you’re capable of when you graduate. Our practical approach arms you with hours of real-world interaction and insight, and professional connections. You'll graduate with applied skills, hands-on confidence, and contemporary expertise that is industry recognised and highly sought-after.
You can be yourself
At ACAP you can be yourself. We promote a College culture where every voice is heard and respected. Where you have freedom from discrimination and harassment, and feel supported, valued and included.
We particularly welcome students:
• of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent
• with a disability, or ongoing medical or mental health condition
• from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
• of diverse genders and sexualities
• from low socio-economic backgrounds