Cybercrime is a growing threat around the world. Could you play a key role in defending the security of the nation’s data?
Every day, government, businesses and consumers rely on digital systems and networks for transactions, communications and to store sensitive information – and that data needs protecting.
There is an unprecedented demand for professionals who can secure and monitor IT systems as well as protect the privacy of people and organisations in a digital word.
This three-year degree prepares you to work as a network security specialist in this fast-growing and dynamic field. Developed by working closely with industry experts and taught by industry leaders, this degree has a strong practical focus.
The Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) is accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and complies with the ACS standards for specialist IT degrees. The degree prepares students to sit for recognised industry certifications (such as Cisco CCNA and CCNP).
After completing the course successfully, you will be qualified to work in network security, cyber security and data security management roles.
To be eligible for admission into the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) you must have at least ONE of the following entry requirements:
You must also:
Three years full-time or part-time equivalent.
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