This is an exit-only course. There is no direct admission to it. Current UTS students may be able to submit an Internal Course Transfer (Graduating) application to exit with this course. Check with your faculty's student centre.
This course is intended for computing science, information technology or engineering graduates with or without networking experience who wish to learn or extend their knowledge of networking and networking technologies. As students come from a variety of backgrounds, there is a degree of subject choice in the program to meet individual needs.
The internetworking program provides practical, hands-on learning experience using various resources, including the support provided by Cisco Systems for broad computer network and relevant applications, including routing, switching, security, wireless, mobile computing, web systems, cloud computing and operating systems. Advanced electives in internetworking, in addition to CCNA and CCNP preparation subjects, are available. The program covers all aspects of the organisational use of networks: design, implementation, security management, end systems and applications.
The program aims to:
meet the needs of industry for computer network professionals
target a number of industry-based certifications: CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and CCNA Security
retrain IT professionals wishing to move into computer networking and its relevant fields
provide a practical grounding in networking, network design, and administration and management
provide an introduction to the development of web and mobile applications, and
meet students' needs by allowing specialisation through project work and subject choice.
Typical study program
Below is a typical example of a full-time program commencing in Autumn session.
A student wishing to undertake subjects in order to sit the Cisco CCNA certification exam must speak to either the course coordinator or the course administrator about subject choices and subject load.
Note: Electives are only offered in a particular session (or year) if there is sufficient demand and the necessary resources.
Credit PointsA credit point is the unit of measure of workload for individual subjects.
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In most cases, UTS offers domestic students entry to postgraduate courses on a fee paying basis.
Tuition fees are charged:
based on the particular course in which you are enrolled
based on the number of credit points in which you are enrolled
at the rates set for the current year and revised annually
Fees for future year(s) published in the online calculator, whilst unlikely to change, are estimates only. UTS makes every effort to provide up to date future year(s) fee estimates and to limit any changes, however, UTS reserves the right to vary fees for future year(s) at any time.
Tuition fees for international postgraduate coursework students can be found using fees search.
Tuition fees must be paid in advance each session and are subject to annual increase. Fees for future year(s) published in fees search, whilst unlikely to change, are estimates only. UTS makes every effort to provide up to date future year(s) fee estimates and to limit any changes, however, UTS reserves the right to vary fees for future year(s) at any time.
For this course, the cost per credit point for 2019 is $918. The total credit points are 48.
All international students should familiarise themselves with the following documents:
Career options include computer network and system engineer, network administrator, network systems programmer, programmer analyst or system support analyst.
Course structure explained
The course totals 48 credit points of study, made up of four core subjects comprising the graduate certificate (a total of 24 credit points), a research preparation subject (6 credit points), plus a further 18 credit points chosen from a prescribed list. In some circumstances it may be possible to choose one elective from outside the list, provided it is approved by the course coordinator.
The course duration is one year of full-time or two years of part-time study.
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Articulation with UTS courses
This course forms part of an articulated program comprising the Graduate Certificate in Internetworking (C11145), the Graduate Diploma in Internetworking, the Master of Science in Internetworking (C04160), and the Master of Science in Internetworking (Extension) (C04224).
Students can prepare for Cisco CCNA and CCNP industry certification.
We provide practical hands-on learning using resources and equipment provided by Cisco Systems, including routing, switching, security, wireless and VoIP. Students are prepared for CCNA and CCNP industry certification.