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Part-time study will take 5 years
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This is a three‐year full‐time programme, but may be studied on a part‐time basis for five years.
Develop a thorough theoretical and applied knowledge of both the hardware and software fields of computing with specialisations in the design and maintenance of computer systems, databases, programming, operating systems, computer networking, internet and web development, and technical support for a wide range of industries.
Specialist majors in this programme
- Networking and Technical Support
- Software Development
- Web Design and Development
Systems or network administrator or engineer; Software developer, engineer, or programmer; Web developer or designer; Help desk support, Technical specialist
On completion, you will be awarded the qualification and the respective major (if eligible) as follows:
- Bachelor of Applied Information Technology
- Bachelor of Applied Information Technology (Networking and Technical Support)
- Bachelor of Applied Information Technology (Software Development)
- Bachelor of Applied Information Technology (Web Design and Development)
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Applied Information Technology, all graduates will be able to:
- Research, evaluate and apply the underpinning theoretical knowledge and skills required to work in the computing and technology fields.
- Apply technical and conceptual thinking in the computing and technology fields.
- Apply communication, information design, personal, and interpersonal skills, clearly and professionally to enhance working effectiveness, efficiency, and quality outcomes within their professional practice.
- Demonstrate an enquiring, flexible, creative and critical attitude towards contemporary issues and underlying theoretical concepts as an emerging Information Technology professional.
- Demonstrate an awareness of social and ethical issues and have the ability to function positively in a culturally diverse professional environment.
- NZQA University Entrance or equivalent; or New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)
- evidence of ability to meet academic requirements
- English language competency where English is not a first language
Page last updated: 27 Sep 2017