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Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment
School of Information Technology
Tel 03 9244 6699
|Award granted||Bachelor of Information Technology (I.T. Security)|
|Duration||3 years full-time or part-time equivalent|
|CRICOS course code||055288B|
|Deakin course code||S334|
Note: Offered to continuing students only (Those that commenced prior to 2009). Continuing students should contact their course advisor for further information.
Deakin's Bachelor of Information Technology (IT Security) will provide you with a sound knowledge and understanding of general issues, concepts and practices in IT, particularly in the area of IT security.
You will learn in a leading-edge study environment, and graduate as a qualified IT professional who is eminently employable. You will gain practical and theoretical knowledge in this critical aspect of IT with an emphasis on understanding and assessing the need for IT security in a working environment, knowledge of the security solutions available – what they are and how they work – and understanding the business, ethical and legal implications of risk management. There is also an emphasis on analysis, investigation, problem-solving, development and technical skills related to IT security.
You will also be encouraged to develop generic skills, enabling you to be an effective and efficient employee.
Students must have access to a suitable computer and a network connection. Information about the hardware and software requirements may be obtained from the School of Information Technology's website www.deakin.edu.au/sebe/it, or by telephone 03 9244 6699.
Unit fees can be viewed within individual unit descriptions. You can search for a unit using the Unit Search.
Please be aware:
To be awarded a Bachelor of Information Technology (IT Security), a student must pass 24 credit points, which must include eight core IT units plus eight stream core units. The remaining four credit points may be selected from units offered by any area of the University.
Students should note that they must also comply with the following rules:
|SIT010||Safety Induction Program (B, G, X) *|
|SIT101||Fundamentals of Information Technology (B, G, X)|
|SIT102||Introduction to Programming (B, G, X)|
|SIT192||Discrete Mathematics (B, G, X)|
|SIT103||Introduction to Database Design (B, G, X)|
|SIT104||Introduction to Web Development (B, G, X)|
|SIT182||Introduction to Computer Security (B, G, X)|
|SIT201||Unit no longer available, replaced by MSC228 Information Systems Analysis and Design|
|SIT282||Computer Crime and Digital Forensics (B, G, X)|
|SIT202||Computer Networks (B, G, X)|
|SIT281||Cryptography (B, G, X)|
|SIT284||IT Security Management (B, G, X)|
|SIT384||Corporate Computer and Network Security (B, G, X)|
|SIT392||Public-Key Cryptography (B, X)|
|SIT302||Project (B, G, X)|
|SIT382||System Security (B, G, X)|
*Note: SIT010 is a 0 credit safety induction unit.