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|Course Custom Name
||Bachelor of Information Technology
This programme focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of computers and their application in business and industry and provides entry to postgraduate study.
The NMIT Bachelor of Information Technology is accredited by IT Professionals New Zealand.
The Bachelor programme can be completed in three years of full time study, or you can study part-time.
In your first year you will take eight compulsory courses at Level 5. In years two and three you take specific courses to complete one of the three majors and some elective courses to make up your total of 120 credits.
Information SystemsChoose from one of the following three majors
- Learn how to analyse the information needs of clients, design, and develop appropriate IT solutions using a range of data storage and management technologies.
- Be able to select, apply and evaluate appropriate project management and systems development life cycle methodologies to the development of complex information systems
- Learn how to design, implement and test software systems using appropriate technologies including databases and web based systems.
- Be able to select, apply and evaluate appropriate systems development methodologies
- Learn how to analyse, design and implement an ICT infrastructure using network technologies and appropriate software.
- Be able to select, apply and evaluate appropriate methods for managing ICT infrastructure to ensure that the ICT requirements of an organisation are met.
|Course Duration (In Months)
||June 2020, August 2020, September 2020, October 2020
Gain the knowledge and skills to organise and manage activities on a construction site. Construction sites can involve hundreds of workers and millions of dollars of materials, and construction managers are responsible for managing both. The Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) helps you further your knowledge of management structures, and gain an in-depth understanding of supply chain, people and production management.
- A good foundation for a career in construction management, providing you with the skills to undertake detailed planning and management of resources applied to construction projects.
- An overview of all aspects of the construction industry.
- Explore progressively more complex scenarios and projects, and develop the technical skills to schedule activities and resources on construction projects.
- Application of Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology and Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) processes
- A major industry research project where you can apply what you've learnt.
- Relevant to your future career: Unitec's advisory boards include experts who keep us up-to-date with industry trends and relevant legislation in the construction industry.
- Lecturers with plenty of experience in the construction industry and guest lecturers who are leaders in their field.