Introducing our newest course: the industry-led Master of Information Technology

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We have exciting news! In response to ever-growing demand for skilled graduates, we’ve expanded our range of study areas to include Technology. Last month, we launched our new Master of Information Technology (MIT), a ground-breaking program that starts in February 2024 and is set to nurture highly sought-after graduates ready to excel in IT.

About the Master of Information Technology (MIT)

The MIT course will provide students with access to state-of-the-art tools, immersive learning experiences and the latest advancements shaping the IT profession. Students will develop skills and modernise their knowledge of emerging and evolving technologies. Experiential learning is a fundamental part of the course, with a project-based approach that culminates in a final capstone project presented at an industry showcase event.

Who is the MIT designed for?

The MIT has been carefully designed to empower IT professionals looking to enhance their expertise in evolving and emerging technologies, such as AI, blockchain and cybersecurity, while also developing collaboration, problem-solving and leadership skills.

Entry requirements include an Australian Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification, or 3 years significant, relevant industry experience, with some additional requirements for international applicants (more info here).

When and where will MIT be offered?

The course will initially be offered on campus at our new Melbourne CBD campus with the program starting in February 2024. Course duration is 2 years full-time or 6 years part-time.

What are the career pathways for graduates?

The practical approach of ACAP courses means students will have the real-world experience they need to succeed in the workplace when they graduate. MIT graduates will be well-placed for rewarding careers in a range of IT roles worldwide. They’ll also be able to use the skills they learn on the course in areas outside of IT including finance, healthcare, e-commerce and entertainment.

Where can I find out more?

 If you’re interested in the MIT click here for more information or call 1800 039 139 to speak with one of our friendly course advisers.

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