|Course Name||Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering)|
|Duration (Part Time)||N/A|
|Duration (Full Time)||3 Years|
|2016 Course Fees||23,000|
|2017 Course Fees||23,700|
|Intake Dates||March, July, November|
|University||Federation University Australia|
|Faculty||School of IT & MS|
English Language Requirement from November 2013 Intake
Overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with no individual band score less than 6.0, or equivalent
Academic Entry Requirements
Successful completion of Australian Year 12 or overseas equivalent including Mathematics.
The Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Engineering) aims to provide students with the appropriate knowledge, skills and values to be effective in creating high quality software in a controlled and cost efficient manner. This program contains many programming and software engineering courses that will enable students to get work in either field. There are also a number of electives that will enable students to either add depth or breadth to their studies. The material covered throughout the courses in this program reflects the current and future needs of practicing software engineers. In particular, students will be able to apply their skills with two courses dedicated to a real life project. For the non-project courses, students will also be exposed to a large number of case studies from industry. Students will cover object oriented analysis and design in depth rather than covering an overview of many methodologies. This will provide them with a very marketable skill as well as being exposed to other techniques.
Successful completion of this program will give you the foundation, knowledge and skills to :
|Sample Study Program|
|Year||Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Communications And Technology||Database Management Systems|
|Network Operating Systems||Programming 2|
|Introduction to Multimedia||Bits, Bytes, And Algorithms|
|Open Source And Linux||Software Engineering:Processes And Methods|
|C Programming, Data Structures And Algorithms||IT Project Management Techniques|
|Principles of Software Engineering||Software Engineering:Analysis And Design|
|Project 1||Contemporary Challenges For It Managers|
|Information Security||Project 2|
|Systems Programming||Programming 3|
*As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every unit will be offered in any particular semester.
*All units are subject to change through the processes of regular course revision.