Academic Title: Bachelor of Information Technology (B.IT)
IT systems play a critical role in organisations and businesses. IT professionals with skills to design, develop, deploy, maintain and integrate software and provide IT solutions are critical in every industry.
Studying a major in systems development provides graduates with knowledge and skills in software programming, mobile and app development and cloud architecture. Students will also learn about the application of systems and software development to business, and the role of IT within national and global organisational contexts.
Graduates who elect to study this major within the Bachelor of Information Technology will be prepared for diverse career opportunities, such as: software developer, mobile app developer, IT solutions specialist, system and network administrator, DevOps engineer, etc.
Completion of the program requires 18 courses/modules from IKADO and 120 credits from University of Newcastle, Australia. The nominal length of fulltime studies shall be 16 months at IKADO and 1.5 years at University of Newcastle, Australia. At the end of study, student will be conferred academic title as "Bachelor of Information Technology" (B.IT) from University of Newcastle, Australia.