- The Master of Information Technology (Computing Technology) will provide you with industry-relevant skills in computing theory, practice and research. This specialisation is comparable to a Master of Computer Science at other learning institutions.
- Explore the foundations of IT system administration and learn how to create and implement relational databases.
- Develop an in-depth understanding of client-side and server-side web technology.
- Gain hands-on experience with AAA (authentication, authorisation and accounting) as well as other security concepts, and explore the ethical and legal issues surrounding security and privacy.
After successful completion of the Master of Information Technology, you may be eligible to apply for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Acceptance is dependent on your results and completion of certain courses as part of the degree.