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Master of Science in Information Technology (Information Technology Management) 21-Month Track
|Duration||21 months full-time|
|Professional Work Experience||Not required|
|Intakes||January and August|
This is a blended business-technology degree that combines a comprehensive information technology and management curriculum with a 10-12 week internship and an industry based Information Systems Project.
Customised for students with little or no work experience, the program provides you with knowledge of current information technologies and their business applications, plus the management skills essential to successfully lead digital transformation across a wide range of industries and organisations.
An exchange in Pittsburgh will enable you to continue your rigorous professional development while pursuing complementary courses within the broader context of Carnegie Mellon University and Heinz College.
Students enrolled in our 21-month MSIT and MSPPM programs may participate in the exchange program for one study period but must spend their first and last study periods in Adelaide.
To be eligible, you must be in good financial standing with the university and have a cumulative QPA of 3.3 or higher.
The program requires a total of 168 units: 120 units of core courses, 48 units of elective courses and 400 hours of internship. The combination of core courses and electives options to suit your career objectives, with real industry experiences through the Information Systems Project and Internship, will put you at a distinct advantage over other graduates.
Full-time students complete the program over five study periods (21 months).
For successful completion, you must complete the requisite coursework and internship, and achieve a cumulative quality point average (QPA) of at least 3.0
Additional Elective Courses
The electives below represent a selection of those that have been offered in the past. It is provided in order to give an indication of the type of electives that may be available in the future. However, this part of the syllabus is constantly evolving and students need to be guided by the list of the current electives shown in the course schedule. Elective courses will be offered in a variety of areas related to the technology and business of information and communication technology. These courses will be offered by resident faculty as well as by faculty from other CMU campuses through short-term visits and distance learning.
Sample Study Plans
Detailed information on CMU-A's entry requirements can be found at:
Fees and Scholarships
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Other Related Information
International students enrolled in the 21-month track may be eligible to apply for the Post Study Work Visa after completion of their degree.