Graduate Diploma Program in Information Technology in New Zealand

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Information Technology

The vast majority of students earn a graduate diploma for vocational reasons.  Having an additional certification, in addition to an undergraduate degree, can help students find higher -paying and more prestigious jobs. Upon completion of this diploma, most students have an easier time finding employment.

The field of information technology focuses on the creation, storing, sending, processing and retrieving of electronic data. Studies may teach students about different types of applications as well as some skills such as programming.

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Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

Auckland Institute of Studies
Campus Full time 3 semesters May 2019 New Zealand Auckland

The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (GDIT) meets the needs of students who have either completed a bachelor’s degree in a non-IT field and wish to develop their knowledge in a particular branch of IT, or who hold a bachelor’s degree in IT and wish to enhance their career opportunities in the IT industry by focusing on a specialist topic. [+]

The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (GDIT) meets the needs of students who have either completed a bachelor’s degree in a non-IT field and wish to develop their knowledge in a particular branch of IT, or who hold a bachelor’s degree in IT and wish to enhance their career opportunities in the IT industry by focusing on a specialist topic. The programme comprises 8 courses, including compulsory and elective courses from Software Development, Computer Networks, and Information Systems.

All GDIT students are issued with their own laptop and receive the necessary free Microsoft software.

Job Opportunities

The GDIT is respected for its very high employment outcomes in professions such as software developer, systems analyst, business analyst, project manager, systems support, technical support, network technician, hardware support, and IT manager. Some graduates create their own IT-related businesses.... [-]