The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology is designed to provide you with advanced IT skills ready for immediate application in industry, adding an IT focus to your existing tertiary skills.
You’ll gain the necessary technical skills and insight so that you can exploit technological change, and meet the challenging demands of the IT world. Your new skill set will enhance your existing qualification, and put you in good stead within your current or future workplace.
The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology will give you a range of professional skills, including the ability to advise and develop and implement innovations leading to a more efficient use of resources within a dynamic IT environment. You will also gain an understanding of the legal and ethical elements of the IT sector.
The subject areas you will study include:
- Computing infrastructure and IT management
- Project Management
- Web development, analysis and design
- Data, data analysis, databases
Please feel free to make an appointment to discuss your study options. You can meet with our staff in person at our Hawke’s Bay campus, or simply give us call on 0800 22 55 348. And you’re most welcome to visit EIT to view our facilities at any time.
Career Opportunities & Outcomes
The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology can give you a competitive advantage over recent degree graduates, through your understanding of the application of technology, and it will help in your advancement within your chosen field. Once awarded this graduate diploma you’ll be able to take on a role as a:
- Systems analyst
- Web developer
- E-Commerce advisor
- Project manager
- Technology management
There are two entry dates per year:
- Mid February
- Mid July
International entry requirements
Academic Learning Services
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