International Diploma of Information Technology [Pathway]

International Diploma of Information Technology [Pathway]

Begin building your digital dexterity as you learn to identify and diagnose technical issues, create solutions and improve technical systems. Explore career possibilities within the information technology sphere, and which professional roles most interest you. You will study the fundamentals of problem-solving and programming, consider the opportunities presented by machine learning and develop skills in data analysis.

Benefit from personalised learning opportunities as you learn from lecturers dedicated to supporting your success. Gain the required skills to work in both collaborative team environments and on individual projects, meaning you’ll be equipped to flourish in a wide variety of information technology roles. Explore ideas and innovations relevant to multiple information technology contexts and gain deeper insight into this diverse and evolving field.

This course aligns with the subjects, skills and experience developed in Year 1 of the Bachelor of Information Technology at JCU. Successful completion of the Diploma of Information Technology [Pathway] allows you to transition into Year 2 of a Bachelor of Information Technology.

Graduates will also meet the entry requirements of JCU Bachelor’s degrees within other study areas. Whether you pursue further study or enter the workplace, you will possess employable skills, foundational knowledge and an understanding of key information technology strategies relevant to the industry.

Upon completion of the Diploma of Information Technology [Pathway], you will receive credit towards a Bachelor’s degree, meaning you can finish your degree sooner.

Inherent requirements

Inherent requirements are the identified abilities, attributes, skills, and behaviours that must be demonstrated, during the learning experience, to successfully complete a course. These abilities, attributes, skills, and behaviours preserve the academic integrity of the University's learning, assessment, and accreditation processes, and where applicable, meet the standards of a profession. For more information please visit: Diploma of Information Technology [Pathway].