Organisations across the world are built on Information Technology and the benefits it provides individuals and companies, working more efficiently and maximising productivity. When you work in Information Technology you can build company communication networks, safeguard data and information, create and manage databases and ensure the security of business information.When you study the Master of Information Technology at UNSW you’ll learn to foresee future technology requirements and develop applications, frameworks, products and services in areas such as networking, data mining, robotics and internet services. You'll develop applications, frameworks, products and services for growing areas such as artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 90
Principles of Programming
Data Structures & Algorithms
Computer Networks & Applications
A 3-year undergraduate degree equivalent to a standard Australian Bachelor degree in a discipline containing 3 courses of second-year university level mathematics or equivalent, and a minimum 65% average; or
Completion of the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology with a minimum 65% average; or
Completion of the Graduate Certificate in Computing with a minimum 65% average.
International Tuition Fees
Information Systems Manager
IT Security Manager
IT Security Consultant
IT Project Manager