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This qualification is for graduates, not necessarily in Information Technology (IT), who wish to move into an IT career as employees, contractors or self employed. Beneficiaries of the qualification will be the graduates themselves; employers ... both IT specialists and other users of IT; the wider community; and the New Zealand economy, as graduates contribute their technical and personal skills. The GradDipIT aims to provide students with the opportunity to become increasingly self-managing in their learning and with the personal and IT skills needed to be ready for career development. It enables employers in the IT sector and other sectors to have access to work ready graduates.
On successful completion of the GradDipIT, graduates will have:
1. developed the interpersonal skills required to work effectively either independently or as a member of a team;
2. demonstrated an ability to operate knowledgeably, productively and professionally in an information technology environment;
3. demonstrated an ability to think critically, and to evaluate and apply existing knowledge to meeting requirements and solving actual problems in the field of information technology;
4. acquired degree level knowledge and skills in specific areas of information technology, namely project planning and management and system development methodologies;
5. acquired degree level knowledge and skills in other areas of information technology as determined by the standard or specialised courses taken by students.
Graduates will also have grounding in technical and commercial issues that will allow them to set this specialised knowledge in context.
Level 8/9 Postgraduate studies.
The original ("standard") GradDipIT was designed to prepare students for jobs as applications programmers (or software developers) and project managers. In the last 12 years there has been extraordinary growth in the use of the internet and mobile devices which has led to very strong demand for mobile and internet/web applications, many of which make use of multimedia. Accordingly the programme includes two alternative structures for the GradDipIT that allow students to specialise in either Internet Development and Digital Media or Mobile and Pervasive Technologies.
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Total Enrolments for Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Level 7 for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, and 2017: 0
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