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Bachelor of Information Technology (BITC) - BIT

QTAC code (Australian and New Zealand applicants): Toowoomba campus: 903741; Springfield campus: 923741; Distance education: 903745

CRICOS code (International applicants): 007490J

 On-campusOnline
Semester intake:Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 3 (November)
Campus:Springfield, Toowoomba -
Fees:Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Standard duration:3 years full-time, up to 6 years part-time 

Notes

The Information Technology Management major and Networking and Security major will be available at Springfield campus commencing in Semester 2, 2016 for domestic students; and commencing in Semester 1, 2017 for international students.

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Future Australian and New Zealand students  Future International students  Current students 
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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 269 500
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 5315
Email: study@usq.edu.au  
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Email: international@usq.edu.au 
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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 007 252
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 2285
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Professional accreditation

The Bachelor of Information Technology program is accredited at professional level by the Australian Computer Society and, through the Seoul Accord, is recognised in other countries.

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Program aims

The Bachelor of Information Technology is a vocationally-oriented program which emphasises problem solving through the use of information technology. This program focuses on the effective analysis development and management of information and communication technologies in organisations.

The program’s foundation is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in key areas of IT as well as professionally relevant knowledge, qualities and skills in such areas as problem solving, project management, teamwork, communication and ethics.

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Program objectives

The objectives of the Bachelor of Information Technology are to enable graduates to:

  • demonstrate a professional understanding of the principles of information technology

  • demonstrate problem-solving skills and ability to learn and use information technology for problem solving

  • demonstrate an understanding of project management principles and ability to use project management tools

  • demonstrate effective communication skills (written, verbal) and interpersonal capabilities (teamwork)

  • identify, collect, analyse and manage information for a broad range of information technology issues and challenges

  • demonstrate an understanding of ethical standards and socially responsible information technology practices.


Major objectives

Applied Computer Science major

On completion of the Applied Computer Science major, graduates should be able to:

  • display detailed knowledge of and be competent in the fundamentals of structured programming, and the application of basic algorithms and data structures

  • evaluate the difference between the major programming language paradigms, and be able to select the paradigm best suited to solve a problem

  • demonstrate sound knowledge of operating systems principles and display familiarity with various modern operating systems

  • demonstrate a sound knowledge of web technology and techniques both at the client and the server side

  • design and implement web-based user interfaces in accordance to technical, stylistic, and open access standards

  • evaluate and apply methods for planning and managing large software projects, including design, development and maintenance aspects

  • demonstrate detailed knowledge of the fundamental principles of database systems and be able to apply these using database software.


Information Systems Development major

On completion of the Information Systems Development major, graduates should be able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the electronic business framework for areas such as marketing, supply chains and mobile commerce

  • demonstrate an ability to design and analyse business systems including database design and use, network architectures, organisation and human-computer interaction issues

  • demonstrate abilities with object-oriented development of systems, particularly Internet applications and enterprise systems in .NET and Java

  • demonstrate expertise with the Oracle (SQL) environment.


Information Technology Management major

On completion of the Information Technology Management major, graduates should be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of the electronic business framework for areas such as marketing, supply chains and mobile commerce

  • demonstrate an ability to design and analyse business systems including database design and use, network architectures, organisation and human-computer interaction issues

  • demonstrate an understanding of information systems security and control issues

  • recognise the importance of IT service management and demonstrate understanding of the important best practice frameworks

  • identify information needs appropriate to their area of specialisation, and apply the techniques required to gather and interpret such information

  • demonstrate skills in the analysis and determination of technological issues at management level.


Networking and Security major

On completion of the Networking and Security major, graduates should:

  • be able to design, install, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain networks and their operating systems

  • be able to install, configure and manage network, system, user, and security services

  • demonstrate acquired skills in development of new systems to operate networks

  • be able to interface networks with wide area networks such as the Internet and newer network architectures

  • demonstrate sound knowledge of the operating systems that are used to provide services on networks, including at least Linux and Windows

  • demonstrate detailed knowledge of the fundamental principles of database systems and be able to apply these using database software.


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Admission requirements

Year 12 English [4 SA] or equivalent is required.

Candidates wishing to complete either the Applied Computer Science major or the Networking and Security major are recommended to study Mathematics at least to the level of Sound Achievement over four semesters in Queensland Senior (Year 12) Mathematics A or equivalent.

Candidates for admission to this program must satisfy the normal USQ entry requirements for undergraduate programs. Please refer to USQ Admissions Policy.

Domestic and International Applicants from a non-English speaking background are required to satisfy English language requirements.

If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program. On successful completion of the English language program, Applicants may be admitted to an Award Program.

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Program fees

Commonwealth supported place

A Commonwealth supported place is where the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of your higher education and you as a student pay a student contribution amount, which varies depending on the courses undertaken. You are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.
Commonwealth Supported students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called HECS-HELP.

Domestic full fee paying place

Domestic full fee paying places are funded entirely through the full fees paid by the student. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken. You are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.
Domestic full fee paying students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called FEE-HELP provided they meet the residency and citizenship requirements.
Australian citizens, Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders, Permanent Resident visa holders and New Zealand citizens who will be resident outside Australia for the duration of their program pay full tuition fees and are not eligible for FEE-Help.

International full fee paying place

International students pay full fees. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken and whether they are studied on-campus, via distance education/online. You are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

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Program structure

The Bachelor of Information Technology is comprised of 24 units as follows:

Area of study  Number of units 
Core Courses

8 core courses comprising:
  • 5 common courses

  • 3 major specific courses*#


*Students taking the Information System Development major or Information Technology Management major should choose the core electives from a defined list of courses.
#Students taking the Applied Computer Science major or Networking and Security major must take the nominated list of courses (MAT1101, CSC2406 and CSC3600) as the three core electives.
 
8 units 
Bachelor of Information Technology major (select one):
  • Applied Computer Science

  • Information Systems Development

  • Information Technology Management

  • Networking and Security.


 
8 units 
Plus one of the following:
  • 1 x 8-unit second major or

  • 2 x 4-unit minors or

  • 1 x 4-unit minor and 4 elective units.




Students may complete a second major or up to two minors from other USQ undergraduate programs subject to pre-requisite requirements and approval of the Program Coordinator.

Students may not complete more than 10 first-year level courses in the program. 
8 units 
Total  24 units 

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Required time limits

Students have a maximum of 9 years to complete this program.

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Core courses

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2, 3 
CIS3002 Business Analysis  
CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
CSC1401 Foundation Programming  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering  

Footnotes
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.

Compulsory courses per major:*

Applied Computer Science major and Networking and Security major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CSC2406 Web Technology 1  
CSC3600 ICT Professional Project‡  1, 2  1, 2   
MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing  

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
This course will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.

Information Systems Development major and Information Technology Management major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Select 3 courses from the following: 
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making   1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2 
CSC2401 Algorithms and Data Structures    
CSC2406 Web Technology 1  
CSC3600 ICT Professional Project ‡  1, 2  1, 2   
ECO1000 Economics   1, 2, 3  2, 3 
ELE1301 Computer Engineering    
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance   1, 3  1, 2 
LAW1101 Introduction to Law   1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2 
MAT1100 Foundation Mathematics    
MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing  
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour   1, 2, 3 
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing   1, 2, 3  1, 2 
POL1000 Government, Business and Society   1, 2 
STA2300 Data Analysis   1, 2, 3  1, 2  2, 3 

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
This course will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.
*Please note: Students undertaking a double major with either Applied Computer Science or Networking and Security as one of the majors must complete CSC2406 Web Technology 1, CSC3600 ICT Professional Project and MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing as their optional core courses.

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Major studies

All students in the Bachelor of Information Technology must complete at least one major study. A major study is a set of courses that make up a coherent, in-depth study of a specific discipline.

Specific majors

In this section:

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Double Major Studies

Students may choose to complete two majors from the Bachelor of Information Technology or they may choose to complete a second 8-unit major from the undergraduate degree programs in the area of Business, Law or Sciences. Alternately they may choose a major from the undergraduate degree programs in another area at the University of Southern Queensland. A program in which there is a first and second major is known as a 'double major'. Where a second major from another program contains less than 8 units, students must complete extra elective units, chosen from undergraduate courses offered at the University of Southern Queensland to ensure that their program contains 24 units in total. The sets of courses that make up each major in the Bachelor of Information Technology are summarised in the following tables:

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Applied Computer Science major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CSC2401 Algorithms and Data Structures    
CSC2402 Object-Oriented Programming in C++    
CSC2404 Operating Systems  
CSC2408 Software Development Tools 1, 2  1, 2   
CSC3400 Database Systems  
CSC3403 Comparative Programming Languages    
CSC3412 System and Security Administration  
CSC3426 Web Technology 2    

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.

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Information Systems Development major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CIS1101 Business Online  2, 3 
CIS2000 Systems Analysis and Design 1, 3   
CIS2002 Database Design and Implementation 1, 3   
CIS2003 Component Based Software Development   
CIS3001 Object-Oriented Programming with Java   
CIS3003 Networks and Distributed Systems  
CIS3007 Enterprise Solutions Project   
CIS3010 Oracle Development   

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.

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Information Technology Management major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CIS1101 Business Online   2, 3 
CIS2000 Systems Analysis and Design 1, 3   
CIS2002 Database Design and Implementation 1, 3   
CIS2005 Principles of Information Security  
CIS3003 Networks and Distributed Systems  
CIS3008 Information Technology Service Management  
CIS3009 Enterprise Systems in Practice 2, 3   
CIS3011 Information Systems Industry Project †   

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
CIS3011 Information Systems Industry Project will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.

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Networking and Security major

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
CSC2404 Operating Systems  
CSC2408 Software Development Tools 1, 2  1, 2   
CSC3400 Database Systems  
CSC3407 Network Fundamentals and Routing  
CSC3412 System and Security Administration  
CSC3413 Network Design and Analysis  
CSC3420 Mobile Internet Technology §   
CSC3427 Switching, Wireless and WAN Technologies  

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
§This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2019.

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Minor Studies

A minor study is a coherent group of four units of courses that provides students with an appropriate breadth of study in their program. All students, except those undertaking a second major, must complete a 4-unit minor study. Students who wish to take a minor study not listed in the recommended minors must obtain permission from the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts. Before undertaking any course, the pre-requisite courses must be completed or exempted.

Please note:

When students select a minor(s), courses will only count towards that minor(s) if they have not already counted towards another selected major or minor. Not all minors are available on-campus at all campuses. Students may choose courses from those listed in the Minor Studies section of this Handbook. Enrolment requirements must be satisfied for any course selected.

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Elective courses

Students not completing a double major must select 4 units of elective courses from courses offered at undergraduate level in the area of Business, Law or Sciences or, with the approval of the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts, from other undergraduate courses offered at the University of Southern Queensland. Pre-requisite enrolment requirements must be satisfied for any course selected.

CSC1402 Foundation Computing will not be approved as an elective.

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IT requirements

For information technology requirements please refer to the minimum computing standards. Students completing either the Applied Computer Science major or the Networking and Security major will be required to install the Linux operating system as well as a Microsoft Windows operating system. A Linux installation DVD, together with instructions, is available from the USQ Bookshop.

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Other program requirements

Students must maintain good standing in this program. Please refer to the Academic Standing, Progression and Exclusion Procedure.

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Articulation

Students enrolled in the joint Diploma of Information Technology/Bachelor of Information Technology must complete the Diploma at the Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE before continuing enrolment at USQ.

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Exit points

Students not wishing to complete the Bachelor of Information Technology may be permitted to exit with the Diploma of Information Technology (DITC) if they have completed 8 courses as follows:

  • at least 2 core courses from the Bachelor of Information Technology

  • 6 other courses from the Bachelor of Information Technology.


Please note that students who exit with the Diploma of Information Technology (DITC) may need to take undertake further study to be eligible for membership of the Australian Computer Society.

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Credit

Candidates for admission to the Bachelor of Information Technology program may be eligible for up to 16 units of credit on the basis of successful completion of relevant, equivalent undergraduate study from a recognised university or institution offering equivalent study. Credit approved in this program will not automatically apply to other programs offered by USQ. Claims for credit for previous study should be submitted prior to or at the time of enrolment. Each claim will be assessed on individual merit in line with USQ policy.

Note: Where credit is granted, maximum and minimum duration will be adjusted in the same proportion as credit, e.g. where 8 units of credit is granted, maximum time will be 6 years and minimum time will be 4 semesters.

Recommended enrolment patterns

In this section:

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Recommended Enrolment Patterns

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.

Students should plan their enrolment making sure that they have fulfilled all core, major, minor and elective requirements as shown in the program structure information. Enrolment requirements must be satisfied before enrolling in a course.

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Recommended Enrolment Pattern - Applied Computer Science

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
Distance education
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem

Year 1

CSC1401 Foundation Programming11, 211, 2
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts11, 211, 2
Elective/second major course*1111
MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing^1121
CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship11, 211, 2, 3Enrolment is not permitted in CMS1000 if MGT1200 has been previously completed.
Elective/second major course*1222
CSC2408 Software Development Tools^11, 211, 2
CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering^1222Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN

Year 2

Elective/second major course21, 231, 2, 3
Elective/second major course2131
CSC2406 Web Technology 1^2242Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN
CSC2402 Object-Oriented Programming in C++2141Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN
CSC2404 Operating Systems^2232Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or CSC2408 or have experience using Linux systems or students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
CSC3412 System and Security Administration~2131
CSC2401 Algorithms and Data Structures2242Pre-requisite: CSC2402 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
Elective/second major course*2241

Year 3

CSC3403 Comparative Programming Languages3151Pre-requisite: CSC2402 or enrolled in CSC2402 at the same time as CSC3403 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
CSC3400 Database Systems~3151
CIS3002 Business Analysis~3161Pre-requisite: CIS2000 or CSC2407
Elective/second major course*3162
CSC3426 Web Technology 23252Pre-requisite: CSC2406
CSC3600 ICT Professional Project3261Pre-requisite: Students must have satisfactorily completed CIS3002 Business Analysis and at least 16 courses including seven BITC core courses other than this course.
Elective/second major course*3252
Elective/second major course*3262

Footnotes
*One of the elective/second major courses should be chosen from the list of elective courses shown in the core courses section.
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
This course will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.

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Recommended Enrolment Pattern - Information Systems Development

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
Distance education
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1111
CSC1401 Foundation Programming11, 211
Core course1121
Core course1121
CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship1212Enrolment is not permitted in CMS1000 if MGT1200 has been previously completed.
CIS1101 Business Online1212
Core course1222
Elective/second major course1222
CIS2002 Database Design and Implementation^2131
CIS2000 Systems Analysis and Design^2131
Elective/second major course2141
Elective/second major course2141
CIS3010 Oracle Development2232Pre-requisite: CIS2002
CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering^2232Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN
Elective/second major course2242
CIS2003 Component Based Software Development2242Pre-requisite: CSC1401
CIS3002 Business Analysis~3151Pre-requisite: CIS2000 or CSC2407
CIS3001 Object-Oriented Programming with Java3151Pre-requisite: CIS2003
Elective/second major course3161
CIS3003 Networks and Distributed Systems~3161
CIS3007 Enterprise Solutions Project3252Pre-requisite: CIS3001 and CIS3002
Elective/second major course3252
Elective/second major course3262
Elective/second major course3262

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.

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Recommended Enrolment Pattern - Information Technology Management

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
Distance education
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1111
CSC1401 Foundation Programming1111
Core course1121
Core course1121
CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship1212Enrolment is not permitted in CMS1000 if MGT1200 has been previously completed.
Core course1212
CIS1101 Business Online1222
Elective/second major course1222
CIS2000 Systems Analysis and Design^2131
CIS2002 Database Design and Implementation^2131
Elective/second major course2141
Elective/second major course2141
CIS2005 Principles of Information Security^2232
CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering^2232Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN
Elective/second major course2242
CIS3009 Enterprise Systems in Practice~2242
Elective/second major course3151
CIS3008 Information Technology Service Management~3151
CIS3002 Business Analysis~3161Pre-requisite: CIS2000 or CSC2407
CIS3003 Networks and Distributed Systems~3161
Elective/second major course3252
CIS3011 Information Systems Industry Project3252Pre-requisite: CIS3002
Elective/second major course3262
Elective/second major course3262

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
CIS3011 Information Systems Industry Project will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.

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Recommended Enrolment Pattern - Networking and Security

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
Distance education
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem

Year 1

CSC1401 Foundation Programming11, 211, 2
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts11, 211, 2
Elective/second major course1122
MAT1101 Discrete Mathematics for Computing^1121
CMS1000 Communication and Scholarship11, 211, 2, 3Enrolment is not permitted in CMS1000 if MGT1200 has been previously completed.
Elective/second major course1222
CSC2408 Software Development Tools^11, 211, 2
CSC2407 Introduction to Software Engineering^1222Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN

Year 2

CIS3002 Business Analysis~2131Pre-requisite: CIS2000 or CSC2407
CSC2406 Web Technology 1^2232Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MCTN
CSC3407 Network Fundamentals and Routing~2141
CSC3400 Database Systems~2141
CSC3412 System and Security Administration~2131
CSC2404 Operating Systems^2232Pre-requisite: CSC1401 or CSC2408 or have experience using Linux systems or students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
Elective/second major course2242
Elective/second major course2242

Year 3

CSC3420 Mobile Internet Technology§3151Pre-requisite: CSC3407 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or GDET or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
Elective/second major course3151
Elective/second major course3161
Elective/second major course3162
CSC3413 Network Design and Analysis~3252
CSC3427 Switching, Wireless and WAN Technologies~3252Pre-requisite: CSC3407 or Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: GDTI or GCSC or GDGS or GCEN or METC or MCOT or MCTE or MCOP or MPIT or MSBN or MSMS
CSC3600 ICT Professional Project3261Pre-requisite: Students must have satisfactorily completed CIS3002 Business Analysis and at least 16 courses including seven BITC core courses other than this course.
Elective/second major course3262

Footnotes
^This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2017.
~This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2018.
§This course will be offered at Springfield campus from 2019.
This course will be offered in semester 1 at Springfield campus from 2019.