The Master of Information Technology (Professional Computing) is a 12-unit program of advanced studies in information technology (IT) with an emphasis on enhancing the ability of graduates to gain professional employment in the IT industry.
Admission to the Master of Information Technology (Professional Computing) is available to applicants who have completed a recognised bachelor degree in information technology-related discipline covering at least the fundamental knowledge of computer programming, web system development, database, and business applications of computer systems.
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