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Bachelor of Applied Computing

This course is approved by Australian Computer Society (ACS)
CRICOS Code:
054297J – Diploma of IT
054298G – Advanced Diploma of IT
053728K – Bachelor of Applied Computing

 

Duration

6 sessions over 24 months (part-time options available to Australian students)

Campus 
Sydney CBD (Close to Darling Harbour, University of Technology Sydney, Chinatown, and five minutes walk from Sydney Central Station) 

Admission Criteria
For Bachelor of Applied Computing, the applicant must have;
Have completed SCBIT Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Information Technology or equivalent.
Have met the University's English language requirement:
-Academic IELTS 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in any band; or
-TOEFL 550 with no less than 4.5 in the Test of Written English; or
-Computer-based TOEFL 213 with no less than 4.5 in the essay rating; or
-Equivalent.
For Advanced Diploma of Information Technology, the applicant must:
Have completed Diploma of Information Technology or equivalent.
Have met the SCBIT's English language requirement:
-Academic IELTS 5.5 with no less than 5.0 in any band; or
-Equivalent. 
For Diploma of Information Technology, the applicant must:
Have completed Year 12 (HSC) or AQF qualification Certificate IV in IT or equivalent.
Have met the SCBIT's English language requirement:
-Academic IELTS 5.5 with no less than 5.0 in any band; or

-Equivalent. 

Course Structure
Bachelor of Applied Computing
-Computer Control, Auditing and Security
-Client/Server Systems
-Database Systems 2
-Information Resources Management
-Intelligent Decision Systems
-Object Oriented GUI Development
-Software Engineering
-Web Development 2

 

Assessment Methods
Assessment methods for Diploma and Advanced Diploma units include competency based assessment, laboratory-based assessment, presentations, reports and formal written exams. Assessment methods for University units include laboratory-based assessment, presentations, reports and formal written exams.
 
Teaching Methods
Each Diploma and Advanced Diploma unit typically involves 4-hours of lectures per week and 2-hours or 4-hours of laboratory or tutorial sessions each week. Each University coursework unit typically involves one 2-hour lecture per week and one 1-hour or 2-hour laboratory or tutorial session each week.

Intakes
Diploma and Advanced Diploma of IT are offered on a term basis with 4 intakes per year:
-Term 1: February
-Term 2: April
-Term 3: July
-Term 4: November
-The Bachelor of Applied Computing is offered on a semester basis with two intakes per year: 
   -Semester 1 – February
   -Semester 2 – July 

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