This course is a professional qualification in IT, designed to provide appropriate practical understanding, skills and knowledge for managing IT use, change and development.
- Part or full-time
(Student visa holders must study full-time)
- Part or full-time
- 2 years full-time or part-time equivalent
This course is a professional qualification in Information Technology, designed to provide appropriate practical understanding, skills and knowledge for managing IT use, change and development. The primary aim is to allow IT professionals the opportunity for professional upgrading or an extension of their qualifications and experience.
The degree may be completed in one of two ways, by coursework, or by coursework and dissertation. Coursework students complete 48 credit points of advanced graduate-level units, while coursework and dissertation students complete 36 credit points of coursework units and a 12-credit point dissertation.
You may exit this Masters degree at various points, to complete the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology or the Graduate Diploma in either Information Technology Management or Internetworking and Security, depending on unit selection. The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Management forms the first half of the IT Management specialisation, and the Graduate Diploma in Internetworking and Security forms the first half of the Internetworking and Security specialisation.
There is a critical need for modern IT professionals responsible for establishing, maintaining and developing information systems in a wide variety of sectors including commerce, telecommunications, health, education, architecture, mining, engineering, law and government and non-government organisations.
Graduates of the Internetworking and Security specialisation are eligible to sit for the following industry certification exams: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), Managing Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches (SNRS).
CRICOS Code: 057275B
- Perth Campus
- Mid-year start available (Domestic students)
- Mid-year start available (International students)
- School of Engineering and Information Technology
- Master of Information Technology (MIT) (IT Management (Coursework and Dissertation))
Each course has a core set of units that must be completed for you to graduate. In addition to these core units you are free to choose other units, called general electives, to create your own course.
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At Murdoch, you pay for the individual units you enrol in, not an overall course fee. The total cost of your course will therefore vary depending on what units you choose. Use our online Course Fee Calculator to estimate the amount you will need to pay.
We understand you may need help financially whilst studying for your qualification. We therefore offer eligible students a wide range of scholarships, prizes and awards across a variety of categories. Find out what scholarships Murdoch has on offer, and whether you’re eligible to apply.
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Apply now to be eligible for a place at Murdoch University. To start studying in Semester 1, you can apply directly to Murdoch using our easy-to-use online application system. Applications close at the start of semester on 27 February.
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