Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT)

Graduate Diploma of Networking

Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 01545C (VIC); 03245K (NSW)

The Graduate Diploma of Networking (GDNet) allows students to either update and broaden their knowledge and skills, or change their area of specialisation. Students will gain commercially valuable networking and project management experience, opening doors to a range of new career opportunities. This course aims to provide students with fundamental and advanced skills in network management, network security and project management. The course also emphasises the development of key employability skills such as communication, collaboration and problem solving. Hands-on practical work with Cisco, Microsoft and Riverbed networking technology is an essential part of the course.

Designed for

IT graduates seeking to update their knowledge and skills or change their area of specialisation

Structure

This program is the first year of the Master of Networking: 4 core units and 2 electives are required to complete the GDNet. Each unit consists of 20 credit points. A full time study load is 60 credit points per trimester. There is also a Non-Cognate stream which has 6 core units.

Subjects

  • Computer networking

Standard entry requirements

Bachelor of IT or equivalent. Students without a relevant background or gaps in their degree will be assessed on a case by case basis and will need to take the Non-Cognate stream.

Recognition

Australian Computer Society (ACS)

Study pathways

Graduates will be eligible to transfer into the second year of the Master of Networking.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Melbourne Domestic: $15,914
International: $15,914
Yes
Sydney Domestic: $15,914
International: $15,914
Yes

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