Level 11, 10 Barrack Street
Sydney New South Wales 2000
CRICOS course code: 097568B
Level of study: Undergraduate
The recent report from Deloitte Access Economics for the Australian Computer Society, Australia’s Digital Pulse (2017) emphasises the significant need of businesses across a diverse range of sectors for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) skills. There has been a boom in the growth of Australia’s ICT workforce in recent years and strong growth in the ICT workforce is expected to continue over the coming years. The strong demand for ICT workers and skills is consistent with the significant role digital technologies will continue to play in driving Australia’s economic growth. The increasing digitisation of Australian businesses’ operations across all sectors of the economy has resulted in greater integration between ICT functions and broader business operations. Kent’s newly developed Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) is designed to help meet this future industry need.
The BIT course is excellent for students who would like to broaden their Information Technology career prospects. It appeals to aspiring ICT professionals, as the knowledge gained and skills developed and practiced are in individual and small team learning environments, equipping graduates for roles in a business environment such as analyst programmer, web developer, database administrator, business analyst, software and applications programmer, systems analyst and ICT security specialist.
In Kent’s BIT, students will study 16 core units (6 credit points) plus; 1 Capstone Project unit (12 credit points, equivalent to 2 Units) and choose 6 elective units (6 credit points) from the management, marketing or accounting related disciplines to develop their overall business acumen. Students who choose to complete the Cyber Security specialisation within the BIT will be required to study 6 Cyber Security units (6 credit points) in addition to the 16 core units (6 credit points) plus; 1 Capstone Project unit (12 credit points, equivalent to 2 Units) and will be encouraged to undertake projects relevant to that specialisation in the final year Capstone Project.
Learning outcomes from the Kent BIT degree include:
The BIT course consists of 16 core units (6 credit points) plus; 1 Capstone Project unit (12 credit points, equivalent to 2 Units) and choose 6 elective units (6 credit points).
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|Tuition Fees (AUD $)||Start date||Duration||Campus|
17,600 Per Year
Read moreTuition Fee per trimester: 8,800; Total tuition fee: 52,800; Enrolment Fee (non-refundable): 250
|07 Nov 2022||
Read more6 trimesters (3 years standard duration with 2 compulsory trimesters in each year)
Level 10, 350 Queen Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000
Applicants with recent Secondary Education
Applicants with Higher Education Study
Applicants who have successfully undertaken higher education study within the last ten years since leaving school may be eligible for direct admission to the Bachelor of Information Technology course with credit transfers (advanced standing).
Applicants with Vocational Education and Training (VET) Study
Applicants who have successfully completed a Diploma qualification or higher within the last ten years since leaving school may be eligible for direct admission to the Bachelor of Information Technology with credit transfers (advanced standing).
English language proficiency
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 overall score with no band less than 5.5 or equivalent; PTE Academic (Pearson) - Overall score of 50 (with 42 or more in all communicative scores); TOEFL IBT (Internet based) - Overall score of 60 (Writing/Speaking of 18+ and Reading/Listening of 12+); Cambridge CAE & CPE - 169+.