Information technology

RMIT’s information technology courses are developed in consultation with industry and have an excellent track record in preparing graduates for a successful career in the information technology sector.

RMIT has the only academic facility in Australia that combines connectivity to industrial automation labs with the latest high-resolution visualisation and cloud computing capabilities. 

Louis Abasta: Diploma of IT Student

In his diploma, Louis had the exciting opportunity to work on an industry project, aiming to help a real client build a database, website and mobile app.

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Top information technology courses at RMIT

RMIT has an excellent track record in preparing graduates for a successful career in the global information technology sector. In this data driven world, RMIT’s ICT and data science courses are designed to let you take the lead.

Here are some of our courses that reflect the latest industry developments in these fields:

Gain hands-on experience with real industry clients and graduate with the skills to manage and deliver successful IT projects from start to finish. 

In this course you will develop specialised IT knowledge in programming, web development – such as PHP and content management systems – operating systems, networking, database modelling and implementation. RMIT will also help you develop enterprise skills maximise your employment success.

RMIT Advantage

When you successfully complete the Diploma of Information Technology you are guaranteed entry into a range of RMIT Bachelor degrees in Business. You’ll often receive credit towards your new course, so you can save time and money on your path to a second qualification! 

Learn the engineering and programming skills required to code and build innovative applications and software designed to shape the world around us. 

In this course you’ll develop innovative software apps for smart phones, robots, and more. You'll graduate with outstanding programming skills and the ability to design, implement, and maintain complex systems.

Students who complete this course are eligible to apply for professional level membership of the Australian Computer Society.

RMIT Advantage

At RMIT you can specialise in a range of areas within computer science including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, mobile computing, application programming, games, graphics and digital media, security and web systems. 

Learn the engineering and programming skills required to code and build innovative applications and software designed to shape the world around us. 

In this course you’ll develop innovative software apps for smart phones, robots, and more. You'll graduate with outstanding programming skills and the ability to design, implement, and maintain complex systems.

Students who complete this course are eligible to apply for professional level membership of the Australian Computer Society.

RMIT Advantage

At RMIT you can specialise in a range of areas within computer science including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, mobile computing, application programming, games, graphics and digital media, security and web systems. 

The flexible options in the Master of Information Technology give you the tech skills and programming power to boost your career.

You’ll learn essential technical skills, apply them to a range of platforms, and develop expertise in IT fundamentals, such as, algorithms, analytics, data mining, cloud computing and programming.

Graduating as a creative problem-solver, you’ll be adept at using the latest technology to find business solutions in any context - from banking to health, to government and more.

RMIT Advantage

Industry partners help design the course, so it matches market trends and employer needs, and you’ll undertake an industry software engineering project at the forefront of technological innovation. The course is also accredited at the professional level by the Australian Computer Society. 

Harness the power of big data with the Master of Data Science. With a mix of analytics and computer science you’ll be central to business decision-making, corporate strategy and government planning.

This course will provide you with the specialised computational skills required to manage and analyse big data from sources such as social media, sensors, mobile and transaction data.

Graduates are driving scientific research, economic growth, public policy and corporate strategy, using cloud technologies to aid the management and analysis of very big data sets.

RMIT Advantage

There are opportunities to experience an industry internship, and you will also undertake a capstone project that gives you hands-on, practical experience analysing data in a project setting. This emphasis is on working within a corporate environment and integrating all the knowledge you’ve acquired throughout the program into a solid skills base to take into your professional life.

Ready for an exciting future in AI? Learn in our state-of-the-art learning facilities and connect with world-class program partners.

This master's degree will provide you with in-depth knowledge of Al, programming, data science and computer science techniques and applications, preparing you for the workforce of today and the future.

Graduates will gain specialised technical knowledge and skills to design AI systems applicable to a wide range of industries and sectors.

RMIT Advantage

You're well-positioned to study this emerging field at RMIT. We've been ranked among the world's best by the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), and in 2018, the Australian Research Council rated us 'above world standard' for our research in the field of AI and Image Processing.

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