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  • Macquarie University

    An introduction to IT

    Gain an overview of IT fundamentals and build a foundation for further study in the field. You’ll work on programming skills and explore computer science. This course could be the start of your IT career or exciting studies in AI, cybersecurity, and more.

  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-DSC-GCE | Postgraduate

    Get creative with solutions using data

    Draw on your talents in maths, statistics and computer science to carve out an exciting, in-demand career. In data science, you’ll gather data and analyse it before creating recommendations using new-found knowledge. Growth is tipped for this field.

  • Edith Cowan University

    Use big data to make big decisions

    Help businesses use data to drive strategy. You’ll gain knowledge in data analysis and visualisation to apply to your current or future analyst career. Focus your learning within the context of a business area, including logistics and marketing.

  • Australian Catholic University

    ACU-DGH-GCE | Postgraduate

    A foundation in digital health technologies and concepts

    Explore how digital health can improve patient care and health service delivery. You’ll gain practical skills in data science and computer systems. Graduate with an overview of the current digital systems and data used by professionals working in health.

  • Australian Catholic University

    ACU-CYB-GCE | Postgraduate

    Advance your career as a security professional

    Gain a global perspective of cybersecurity challenges. This course is co-designed with Cisco and includes embedded Microsoft certifications. You’ll study concepts including networks and data safety. Gain practical experience in IT and security.

  • University of New England

    UNE-ELN-GCE | Postgraduate

    Help learners to learn via digital teaching methods

    Evaluate and apply theories of teaching to understand the ethical, legal and social issues of e-learning. Explore strategies that use e-learning tools to address the needs of virtual learners. Suited to trainers, consultants and educators

  • University of Newcastle

    Enhance your IT career opportunities with advanced analytical skills

    Gain foundational IT skills. Apply your learning to technology-driven areas including communications, management, and business. This broad, flexible and technical course opens exciting career opportunities for qualified IT professionals.