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To equip students with a recognised, flexible and applied IT qualification using a selection of practical core and elective courses.
Other Information Technology
Information Technology not elsewhere classified
Not supplied by Institute
Minimum Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
Additional Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
To equip students with a recognised, flexible and applied IT qualification using a selection of practical core and elective courses. These courses are strongly demanded by industry so that graduates are technically knowledgeable and skilled for a range of IT-related positions or for further study at postgraduate level.
Graduates will be able to: Critically evaluate key information technology concepts and techniques to help resolve information technology-related problems in a range of contexts Manage information technology projects, demonstrating an effective level of proficiency in achieving the specified requirements Plan, develop, implement, and manage information technology systems to meet specific market or organisational needs Identify workplace requirements by selecting and implementing an appropriate software application-based information technology solution Apply the knowledge and skills based on the nominated electives of software development and web development, to address workplace needs Identify the ethical, social and legal issues associated with the development and application of information technology systems in the workplace Adapt resourcefully in a rapidly changing information technology environment and to operate knowledgeably, productively and professionally in producing the specified outcomes Communicate information, arguments, ideas and issues clearly and effectively as appropriate in information technology and business settings Demonstrate the personal, interpersonal and professional skills necessary for self-management as well as engendering co-operation in a team environment
Students successfully completing the Bachelor of Information Technology will be equipped to undertake further study on courses, and progress to more specialist postgraduate courses that align with their interests and/or employment experience.
The programme has been designed for a wide range of learners. If currently employed, there are valuable opportunities to incorporate work-related learning that may build on an existing role or equip for new responsibilities.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Information Technology may apply their skills to become a confident user and manager of information technologies; to administer and manage network or database systems; or to develop new software solutions to meet specific market or organisational needs.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Information Technology may find employment in a wide range of fields, such as, public and private sectors, technology, finance, government, health, education, business, gaming and commerce. Graduates may be employed as specialists in digital technologies, software development, software engineering, networking or web technologies.
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Total Enrolments for Bachelor of Information Technology for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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