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Diploma of IT (Software Development)

Career Opportunities:

This qualification is designed to reflect the role of personnel working in the information technology industry who perform planning and/or initiate alternative approaches across a broad range of technical and/or management requirements, evaluation and coordination such as::
• Games Developer
• Middleware Programmer
• Software Applications Specialist
• Software Design Engineer
• Software Developer/Programmer
• Xbox Programmer

Practical Component:

AIT recognises the importance of a solid, practical skill base especially in an industry such as this. Students are required not only to constantly add to their own professional portfolio, but also to develop a project which spans the entire length of their program. This project may encompass any aspect of software development which the student chooses to focus upon, and provides a valuable insight into the entire project management, process, through from initial conception of ideas, to development, design, creation and evaluation. Assessment in practical components is ongoing and is the core of the measure of student's overall competency.

Entry Requirements:

The following units of competency are prerequisites for this qualification as they contain the basic fundamentals of knowledge and skills for this qualification:
BSBCMN106A Follow workplace safety procedures
ICAD2012A Design organisational documents using
computing packages
ICAU1128A Operate a personal computer
ICAU2005A Operate computer hardware
ICAU2006A Operate computing packages
ICAU2013A Integrate commercial computing packages
ICAU2231A Use computer operating system
ICAW2001A Work effectively in an IT environment
ICAW2002A Communicate in the workplace

Competency in these prerequisite units may be obtained in a variety of methods including the completion of the Certificate II in Information Technology (ICA20105) or recognition of prior learning (RPL). As all lessons and assessments are conducted in English,
an adequate level of English is strongly recommended. This includes suitable levels of competence in reading, writing, and  comprehending the English language. International students must comply with DIMA requirements and should have an IELTS or  equivalent score of 5.5 or above.

University Advanced Standing:

AIT's courses are widely recognised by Australian Universities as being of comparable quality to their own. Consequently, AIT has advanced standing agreements with many of Australia's most reputable Universities.


Three semesters (each semester is 16 weeks), 20 hours face to face teaching per week

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