Course code: #SMINCT
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Industry experts have carefully designed La Trobe's Master of Information and Communication Technology.
Accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the course prepares you for a successful career in the fast-growing information and communication technology (ICT) industry.
Dive straight into the booming world of ICT. Start by honing your fundamental skills in network engineering, programming, web and network security and entrepreneurship in information technology.
Then, focus on more specialised topics like campus network design, wireless networking engineering and project management.
Build out your expertise with a mix of electives, from artificial intelligence to virtual reality to Internet of Things programming.
La Trobe's supportive staff can help you tailor your degree to your career goals.
Put your new knowledge into practice.
You'll have the option of applying your skills to either an industry project – alongside one of the industry partners – or a research project in your final year.
Get an edge with a CISCO CCNA certification as part of your studies (required for many networking jobs worldwide) and complete other industry certifications through industry partnerships.
From day one, you'll have access to the on-campus specialist labs, where you can practise your networking and software development skills using industry-standard facilities.
Throughout your degree, you'll develop skills in entrepreneurship, professional and ethical practices and project management – transferable skills you can apply to roles in any industry.
Students need to select one learning pathway from the list below.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,620|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,500|
English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) are designed for students who require English language training before commencing tertiary study in Australia.
English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (known as ELICOS) includes General English and English for further studies (English for Academic Purposes).
English for Further Studies Entry requirements
|English Level||IELTS||TOEFL (iBT)||Pearson's||Exit to|
|EFS 3||4.5 (minimum writing score 4.5)||34||30||-|
|EFS 4||5.0 (minimum writing score 5.0)||40||36||Foundation Studies/ Diploma of Business/Diploma of IT|
|EFS 5||5.5 (minimum writing score 5.5)||55||42||Undergraduate degrees/Diploma of Health Sciences/Diploma of Bioscience/Diploma of Engineering/Diploma of Psychology|
|EFS 6||6.0 (minimum writing score 6.0)||75||50||Postgraduate programs/Diploma of Media and Communications|
Successful completion of an Australian bachelor's degree (or equivalent).
Specialization - compulsory: Computer science, information technology, computer engineering, or communication/telecommunication engineering with a substantial learning in computer science content.
WAM - Weighted Average Mark (WAM) 60%
Graduate Certificate from either an Australian university or equivalent International university.
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