Diploma of Information Technology
Course ID CRS1401214 CRICOS ID 109155J
Our Diploma of Information Technology provides you with a practical, supportive program to build your current IT knowledge and skills to help you achieve your dream of becoming an in-demand IT professional. On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Exhibit a broad body of fundamental knowledge of information technologies.
- Apply critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills and techniques to analyse well-defined problems, handle abstraction, and provide solutions in an ICT professional context.
- Recognise the importance of ethics, codes of professional conduct and cultural sensitivity, and assess societal, privacy, security and legal issues within the ICT industry.
- Communicate information and solutions effectively in written and oral presentations to diverse audiences.
- Build independent work ability and self-reliant life-long learning to keep abreast with the forefront of the developments in ICT.
- Work collaboratively and effectively within a team of diverse members to achieve a common goal.
The typical jobs our graduates take in the IT industry include:
Successful completion of the diploma will take you directly into EIA’s Bachelor of Information Technology.
Choose Your Student Type for Entry Requirements and Fees
|Course Code||Unit Code||Type||Credit Points||Pre-Requisite(s)|
|Computer Systems Fundamentals||BIT101||Core||12.5||N/A|
|Database Systems Fundamentals||BIT102||Core||12.5||N/A|
|Requirements Elicitation and Analysis||BIT105||Core||12.5||N/A|
|Professional Issues in ICT||BIT106||Core||12.5||N/A|
|Introduction to Information Systems||BIT111||Core||12.5||BIT101, BIT102|
|Cours Name||Unit Code||Unit Type||Pre-Requisite|
|Fundamentals of ICT Security||BIT108||Elective||BIT101|
|Advanced Programming||BIT203||Elective||BIT102, BIT103|
|Business Intelligence||BIT212||Elective||BIT102, BIT105|
|Firms, Consumers & Market Structure||ECO101||Elective||N/A|
|Law & Ethics in Marketing||LAW101||Elective||N/A|
|Marketing Analytics in the Digital Age||STA101||Elective||N/A|
|Not for Profit & Social Marketing||MKG204||Elective||N/A|
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This course is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and is recorded on the TEQSA. National Register
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EIA provides significant financial support through scholarships