With a cutting-edge and booming industry, IT offers an exciting future. From software engineering to cyber security, games design and development, data analytics and virtual reality – a career in technology today will contribute to the way we work, socialise, communicate and entertain ourselves tomorrow.
Disciplines within information technology
- Cloud computing and networking
- Computer science
- Creative technologies
- Cyber security
- Data analytics
- Games design and development
- Information systems
- Information technology
- IT services and management
- Mathematical modelling
- Mobile and apps development
- Social media strategies
- Software engineering
- Virtual reality
Courses within Information technology
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Information Systems
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Information Systems
Bachelor of Information Systems/Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)
Graduate Certificate of Cyber Security
Graduate Certificate of Information Systems
Graduate Certificate of Information Technology
Graduate Certificate of Professional Practice (Information Technology)
Graduate Diploma of Cyber Security
Graduate Diploma of Data Analytics
Graduate Diploma of Information Systems
Graduate Diploma of Information Technology
Graduate Diploma of Virtual and Augmented Reality
Master of Business Administration (International)
Master of Commerce
Master of Cyber Security
Master of Cyber Security (Professional)
Master of Data Analytics
Master of Information Systems
Master of Information Technology
Master of Information Technology (Professional)
Master of Professional Practice (Information Technology)
Master of Science (Research)
Gain the experience and skills employers value
Get an edge in the job market through the combination of hands-on experience and high-level theoretical training that our IT courses provide. Learn by doing, rather than just seeing – not only will you succeed in your course, but you’ll also stand out to future employers.
Industry experience in every IT course
All IT students at Deakin have the opportunity to undertake an internship.
This provides you with a chance to apply your learning and gain valuable industry experience that counts towards your degree, experience the professional work environment and develop professional networks before you graduate.
Earn professional recognition
Our courses are professionally accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) – meaning your degree is recognised by industry, which can lead to better employment outcomes.
You can also choose to study units at Deakin that lead to Cisco certification. This gives you a relevant, practical qualification, as well as an advantage over other graduates when you apply for jobs.
Courses relevant to industry needs
We recognise the importance of maintaining strong industry links and being closely aligned with the IT industry.
Representatives from the likes of IBM, Telstra, ANZ and Computershare guide our curriculum and teaching programs, keeping our courses current and relevant to industry needs.
Deakin encouraged me to try new things, and not be afraid to explore areas of game design I previously ignored, or weren't even aware existed.
Bachelor of IT Game Design & Development
The latest technology and state-of-the-art facilities
We continually invest in our facilities and IT programs so that you have access to the latest software, equipment and technology from day one of your course.
Flexible study options
Genuine flexibility is a key feature of our courses. You can study full or part time in Geelong and Melbourne or online through Deakin's Cloud Campus. Our generalist and specialised courses also offer a diverse range of study areas related to IT.