Bachelor of Information Technology

The BIT is a three year programme that focuses on the systems development aspects of the ICT professions. This is a totally revamped course of the existing BIT degree. The structure and content has been totally upgraded in line with Australian Universities. The course has heavy technical content and focuses on the systems development aspect of the information technology profession. The course offers opportunities for you to specialize in an area related to IT.

The overall course structure is sub categorized into Software Engineering and Multimedia and Game emphasis. Graduates can take on roles such as analyst programmer, database manager, computer systems developer, interactive web developer, network designer, project manager, and software architect and systems tester.

Year 1 Semester 1

ITC103 Information Systems in Organisations
ITC100 Information Technology for the Workplace
ITC115 Introduction to Software Engineering
Elective 1 – LLC101 English for Academic Purposes

Year 2 Semester 1

ITC203 System & Software Architecture
ITC213 System Analysis and Modelling
ITC251 Data Warehousing
Specialisation Elective 1

Year 3 Semester 1

ITC305 IT Project
ITC333 Distributed Systems Technology
ITC391 Special Topics in ICT
Specialisation Elective 3

Year 1 Semester 2

MTH204 Discrete Mathematics
ITC106 Programming Concepts and Constructs
ITC104 Database Systems
Elective 2 – FIJ111/HIC111 Spoken Fijian (Itaukei Language) for Beginners/ Spoken Hindi for Beginners

Year 2 Semester 2

ITC263 Security and Support in IT
ITC208 Systems Project and Quality Management,
ITC262 Professional Practice in IT
Specialisation Elective 2

Year 3 Semester 2

ITC307 IT Project
ITC334 Cloud Computing
ITC355 Business Intelligence
Specialization Elective 4

Specialization Electives

Note that the electives will be offered depending on the availability of staff and resources. Currently, the Software Engineering and Multimedia and Games specializations are offered.