If you are a graduate with a previous degree in an information technology or computer science related field, but are looking to specialise and extend your knowledge and skills in this dramatically changing area, the specialised networks and cybersecurity masters in information technology program at Flinders provides the perfect introduction.
This coursework masters provides advanced studies in information technology, with particular emphasis on the techniques required to design, develop, secure and manage an enterprise’s networked information systems.
The course capitalises on the demand for professionals across a continually widening range of applications, from intelligent consumer goods such as mobile phones and cars through to electronic medical records. It addresses the profession’s growing concern regarding the skills shortage in the area of cybersecurity.
The focus on Flinders University’s strengths in the design, implementation and management of enterprise information technology and the secure and interconnected application of information technology for information retrieval, analysis and visualisation characterise this program. The course integrates with the strong and active research and development program in the College of Science and Engineering, carried out as externally funded research and development.
Master of Information Technology (Network and Cybersecurity Systems)
Duration: 2 years
SATAC code: 2CM249
Annual indicative fees (2023):
$32,710 (Full fee paying)
The course is designed to enable you to contribute professionally to the management of an enterprise’s information security procedures and networked infrastructure. From theory through programming to developing globally recognised computer network skills, this course provides you with a solid foundation and the ability to adapt to new and innovative technologies.
All our Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Computer Science degrees are accredited by the Australian Computer Society at the professional level. Professional ICT courses accredited by the Australian Computer Society are recognised internationally under the Seoul Accord. Graduates meet the academic requirements for attaining chartered status as ICT professionals.
The coursework masters provides both core and advanced studies in information technology, with particular emphasis on the techniques required to design, develop and manage an enterprise’s information systems. Topics cover areas such as the fundamentals of computing, software engineering, database and conceptual modelling, statistical science, and networks and cybersecurity.
The masters involves significant project work, notably a major individual project that may tackle an industry-relevant problem or a research question. The program also requires you to complete practical learning and testing in designing, building, managing and trouble-shooting enterprise networks.
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