This highly sought after course prepares students for the planning, design, implementation, management and maintenance of wired and wireless computer networks. MIT Sydney's course is at the cutting edge of computer systems technology enabling students to learn the latest principles and concepts in networking, as well as the planning, analysis and application of the latest technologies to provide network services. Students will use the latest technology to understand and apply theory and knowledge around platform technologies and multimedia systems. Students can also choose to major in cyber security, which has been designed specifically to respond to market needs. As malware and cybercrime become more sophisticated more cyber security specialists will be required in the years to come.
MIT Sydney students will graduate job-ready and able to apply their skills in networking and system administration in a professional setting, working independently or as members of a team. Together with computer networking, the course emphasises information and communications technology and systems analysis skills and offers a choice of electives in security and management.
Cloud networking, computer networking, cyber security, database technology, information and network security, operating systems, software engineering, system architecture, system management, web and multimedia systems.
Administrator, sales engineer, network engineer, systems engineer, support manager, internet/intranet network manager, network analyst, network security specialist, system administrator, IT help desk manager, information and communications technology services delivery and management positions within a wide range of public and private enterprises.
Bachelor of Networking is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Authority. This course is accredited at the professional level by the Australian Computer Society.
Final-year supervised, self-directed, industry-based project that applies theoretical and technical knowledge, practical skills and attributes to current information and communications technology services.
If you undertook your Australian Year 12 studies in 2020 or 2021, you must meet one of the following requirements:
Assumed knowledge: Any 2 units of English (Band 2), any 2 units of mathematics (Band 2).
Refer to the MIT general admission criteria.
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