The role of a technology professional is evolving.
You're expected to guide new possibilities, drive strategy and innovation all whilst delivering improvements and end-to-end customer experience.
We offer a wide range of postgraduate IT courses, including pathways to master's degrees to get you on your way. If you are currently working in IT and looking to further develop your technical skills, upgrade your current qualification or move up the management ladder, we may have a suitable course for you.
Information Technology Postgraduate Course Guide (PDF, 2.1MB)
Domestic students only:
Gain an understanding of the business context and technical developments shaping contemporary IT project management.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of IT in specialised technical or management areas, choosing from a range of specialisations.
Get a postgraduate-level introduction, taking a specialised sequence of subjects to upskill. A tertiary qualification is not required for entry; however, you must have 2+ years work experience in an IT field.
In addition to the course structure of the Master of IT, the extension course includes a sub-major worth 24 credit points. You can either start in this course or progress into it after completing at least one session of the Master of IT.
If you're a professionally qualified IT specialist seeking the opportunity to complete an in-depth exploration of specific IT aspects, then the Master of IT (Advanced) is the ideal course.
Get a postgraduate-level introduction to software development, LAN hardware and physical layer standards, as well as basic computer networking principles and concepts.
The following majors are available in our Master of Information Technology and Graduate Certificate in Information Technology courses:
- Business Information Systems
- Cyber Security
- Data Analytics
- Interactive Media
- Software Development
- Choice (no specified major)
Extend your knowledge of networking and networking technologies and prepare for industry-based certifications including various Cisco certifications.
Get a postgraduate-level introduction if you are looking to re-train and move into computer networking and its relevant fields.
In addition to the course structure of the Master of Science in Internetworking, the extension course includes a sub-major worth 24 credit points. You can either start in this course or progress into it after completing at least one session of the Master of Science in Internetworking.
Our Internetworking courses also offer the chance for Cisco certification preparation.