A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Businesses in most industries today rely on some type of computer networking to remain competitive. Students who hope to participate in this field may study the software and hardware needed to create these systems. Educational programs may include subjects such as network infrastructures and the various techniques and equipment used to create those networks.
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The Master of Information Technology, majoring in Computing & Networking advances both skills and knowledge in design, management, and maintenance of computer networks, and develops technical skills using advanced technologies. [+]
The Master of Information Technology, majoring in Computing & Networking advances both skills and knowledge in design, management, and maintenance of computer networks, and develops technical skills using advanced technologies.
The program emphasizes work-integrated learning and develops employability skills through practical projects and the option of an Internship increasing graduate employability.
You can complete the Master of Information Technology as an independent award or combine it with the Master of Business Administration (MBA) as a joint degree.Course Structure
The MIT, majoring in Computing and Networking is comprised of 16 subjects. Students must undertake four (4) foundation subjects, eight mandatory subjects and the choice of (4) four optional subjects. Optional subjects comprise of (2) two Information Technology and Business subjects from the information technology and business units offered by JCU Brisbane and two (2) of any appropriate Masters level subjects offered at JCU Brisbane as approved by the Campus Director. Students who satisfy the requirements of this program meet the requirements to apply for membership with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).... [-]
This course is intended for computing science, information technology or engineering graduates, with or without networking experience, who wish to learn or extend their knowledge of networking and networking technologies. As students come from a variety of backgrounds, there is a degree of subject choice in the program to meet individual needs. [+]
The internetworking program provides practical, hands-on learning experience using various resources including the support provided by Cisco Systems for broad computer network and relevant applications including routing, switching, security, wireless, mobile computing, web systems, cloud computing and operating systems. Advanced electives in internetworking are available. The program covers all aspects of the organisational use of networks: design, implementation, security, management, end systems and applications. This course allows students to develop multiple skills across the internetworking field and the relevant application development field, according to interest and elective choices, for example, switching and routing, systems and network management and analysis, network security, mobility, cloud computing, computer network application development and web development.... [-]