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Information Technology

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General information - explanation of common terms used by Deakin.

S326 Bachelor of Information Technology

One of the following major sequences must be chosen:

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S327 Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Science and Software Development)

Note: First year of study has some pre-set core (compulsory) units.

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S333 Bachelor of Information Technology (Games Design and Development)

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S334 Bachelor of Information Technology (IT Security)

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Course is available as a combined course with Criminology. Refer to course code D380 for further information

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S303 Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile and Apps Development)

Note: Trimester 2 in the first year has set core (compulsory) units.

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S325 Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)

Note: An average of 70% must be maintained to remain in the course. Failure to do so will result in a transfer to the generic Bachelor of Information Technology degree.

One of the following major sequences must be chosen:

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S329 Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional Practice)

Note: Industry Based Learning (IBL) will take 6 to 12 months to complete and be credited as part of your degree. An average of 70% must be maintained to remain in the course. Failure to do so will result in a transfer to the generic Bachelor of Information Technology degree.

One of the following major sequences must be chosen:

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D371 Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Information Systems

Note: Students must satisfactory complete each courses requirement.

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D380 Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Information Technology (IT Security)

Note: Students must satisfactory complete each courses requirement.

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