Undergraduate major

Internetworking and Network Security

Are you looking to further your career in information technology? This course will allow you to gain a thorough and practical grounding in network design, network administration, network management and security.

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Murdoch code

MJ-INS

Study mode

Part Time or Full Time

Selection rank

70

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Overview

With the rapid growth of the Internet and the services it provides, there is an ever-growing need for networking specialists with security skills. This course has been designed in consultation with industry experts, so you’ll develop in-depth knowledge and a range of practical skills required to design, implement, manage and keep secure computer networks.

You’ll gain a solid foundation of the theoretical and practical aspects of different dimensions of network security, such as systems analysis and design, network design and implementation, voice technology and wireless and interactive networks. This is in addition to project management, research, oral and written communication skills, ensuring you’re ready to enter the job market.

In the final year of your degree, you’ll take part in a professional practice project unit. This will include working in a team with other students and consulting with real clients to recommend, develop and implement new technologies to solve business problems.

3 reasons to study Internetworking and Network Security at Murdoch

  1. Make the most of our Cyber Security and Networking Labs – a highly flexible collaborative laboratory space where you can gain practical
    experience with all aspects of cyber security.
  2. Study a course that has been designed in consultation with industry so you can learn relevant skills in security, wired and wireless networks.
  3. Be part of a rapidly growing industry where there is an ever-growing need for networking specialists with skills in security.

What you’ll learn

Build the knowledge and skills you need to meet your career or study goals. Here are some of the things you’ll learn:

  • Systems analysis
  • Design and development
  • Server environments and architectures
  • Wireless and interactive networks
  • Network security

Your future career

When graduating with a major in Internetworking and Network Security, you’ll possess the skills required for a range of professional IT roles aimed at securing our digital future. Careers could include:

  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Security Specialist
  • Systems Administrator
  • Systems Engineer

Professional recognition

This course is accredited at the professional level with the Australian Computer Society (ACS). You can also use this course towards achieving Cisco Certifications, which are internationally recognised.

For further admission information about this course, please download our Information Pack.

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English Requirements

You must meet a minimum standard in English to study at Murdoch, which can be demonstrated through either English proficiency testsuniversity preparation coursesEnglish language coursesprevious tertiary study or vocational education.

 

Advanced Standing

Everyone has a different path to university so if you’ve already completed formal or informal learning, you could receive advanced standing. Also known as recognition of prior learning, advanced standing can reduce the amount of study needed to complete your degree by giving you credit for certain units.

Formal learning can include previous study in higher education vocational education or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning, various kinds of work and life experience.

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Adjustment for Murdoch RISE

Murdoch RISE is a selection rank adjustment, as part of our commitment to helping students from regional, Indigenous and low socio-economic backgrounds gain university entry.

If you achieve an ATAR of 60.00 - 89.95, a Murdoch RISE adjustment factor of up to 10.00 points may help you get into your preferred course. Murdoch RISE can increase your selection rank up to a maximum of 90.00.

There’s no application or need to register. If you are eligible, the adjustment factor is automatically added to your raw ATAR score when you apply.

 

This information applies to courses offered at our Australian campuses only. Courses offered at our Dubai, Singapore and Myanmar campuses or delivered by Open Universities Australia may have different requirements.

Advanced Standing

Everyone has a different path to university so if you’ve already completed formal or informal learning, you could receive advanced standing. Also known as recognition of prior learning, advanced standing can reduce the amount of study needed to complete your degree by giving you credit for certain units.

Formal learning can include previous study in higher education vocational education or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning, various kinds of work and life experience.

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This information applies to courses offered at our Australian campuses only. Courses offered at our Dubai, Singapore and Myanmar campuses or delivered by Open Universities Australia may have different requirements.

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