Information technology courses

Take IT to the limit and gain an internationally recognised qualification. Make connections via networking opportunities and develop job-ready skills.

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Computer Science and Information Technology at RMIT

Computer Science and Information Technology degrees at RMIT allow you to gain the programming and system support skills that employers really value. But how do you work out which one is right for you?

Shape what’s next for your career in Information Technology

Information Technology is a dynamic industry, with growing demand for key technical skills becoming more prevalent across a variety of sectors. 

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The Future Impacts of data in business and innovation

Join us to find out how data is changing the way we work and get the skills to use data for your benefit. Hear from and engage with a panel of experts featuring RMIT academics, alumni and industry leaders in the fields of data, marketing and business. 

The opportunities and the people I’ve worked with are two of the main things that have kept me here. I started as a student and I’m now the head of the department, so I have to pinch myself sometimes.
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Find the right course for you

With over 350 qualifications to choose from, it's never been easier to find the right fit.

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