The Bachelor of Information Technology and Systems (BITS) focuses on delivering knowledge and skills in computer networking, application development and computer-based software to meet the current IT industry needs. The course ensures that graduates develop a broad and coherent body of knowledge in the underlying principles and concepts of information technology. It provides students with the opportunity to explore and identify critical IT industry demands and to understand how these demands are met. The degree offers units across the complete spectrum of information technology and systems, including the study of hardware, software, networking, security, database and programming technologies and includes relevant cognitive, technical and communication skills.
Successful completion of Australian Year 12 (e.g. VCE, VCAL) or equivalent.