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Associate Degree in Information Technology

Undergraduate | USA-INT-ADG | 2024

Fast track your IT career in coding, data, and web

A 100% online IT course. You’ll learn programming, computer hardware, and cloud concepts. You’ll also study cybersecurity and data analytics. Build your professional skills in problem solving and teamwork. Work on industry-relevant projects and systems.

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2 years full time or part time equivalent
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Associate Degree in Information Technology

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Career opportunities

Every organisation today needs a team of IT and computer experts to keep its systems running. Growth in the ICT workforce is expected to continue, with an additional 300,000 jobs needed by 2026 to fuel future technology-led growth.1

There is no better time to reskill or upskill with UniSA Online. Our Associate Degree in IT will help you gain access to entry level positions in almost every industry sector.

You’ll be prepared for entry level positions as a:

  • data analyst
  • database administrator
  • IT consultant
  • web administrator
  • system analyst.

Want to keep studying? With an Associate Degree in IT, you’ll be eligible for admission to UniSA’s Bachelor of IT with up to 72 units of credit. This means you could achieve a bachelor degree as well, with just one more year of study.

1 Australia’s Digital Pulse - Australian Computer Society, 2021

Career outlook

Computer Network Professionals:
$93K to $120K
Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists:
Over $120K
ICT Support and Test Engineers:
$93K to $120K
Software and Applications Programmers:
$93K to $120K

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