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Overview

Designed for technically skilled graduates with a background in some of the basic aspects of IT management, the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Management will supplement and extend your practical skills and theoretical knowledge. You will be able to study a selection of postgraduate subjects covering a core set of IT management topics.

The Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management is an exit award for those enrolled in the Graduate Diploma Information Technology Management or Master of Information Technology Management.

Please consider one of these alternative degrees if you are interested in obtaining the Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management. You may undertake units of study towards this award full time over one semester or part time over one year.

Subject areas

This course has no specialisation or major.

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English language proficiency

Find out if you need to prove English language proficiency (depends on your country of origin and educational background).

For academic requirements check the ‘Admission requirements’ section on this page.

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How to apply

Students interested in obtaining the Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management should apply for Graduate Diploma Information Technology Management or Master of Information Technology Management .

The Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management is only conferred to those who have successfully completed the first 24 credit points of the two aforementioned degrees and have decided to exit the degree early

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Starting date

Semester 1 (March) and Semester 2 (August)

Students interested in obtaining the Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management should apply for Graduate Diploma Information Technology Management or Master of Information Technology Management .

The Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management is only conferred to those who have successfully completed the first 24 credit points of the two aforementioned degrees and have decided to exit the degree early

N/A

Starting date

Semester 1 (March) and Semester 2 (August)

What you'll study

Study plan for this course 

Candidates for the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Management complete 24 credit points (cp) of core units of study. All students complete INFO5990 Professional Practice in IT.

Candidates may choose to transfer to the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Management to pursue further study, subject to meeting progression requirements.

Classes for this course are held either during the evening or online to accommodate your professional and other external commitments.

Units of Study

Admission criteria

The Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management is an exit award for those enrolled in the Graduate Diploma Information Technology Management or Master of Information Technology Management . Please consider one of these alternative degrees if you are interested in obtaining the Graduate Certificate Information Technology Management. You may undertake units of study towards this award full time over one semester or part time over one year.

Career Pathways

Graduates will be preprared to succeed in management in areas that use computing technology to operate and expand business endeavours. The course has been specifically designed for graduates who are currently moving along, or seeking to move along, a career path through managerial roles such as project manager, program manager, general manager of operations, chief information officer or chief technology officer.

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