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Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation)
It underpins all modern business and lifestyle operations, and needs skilled professionals now. Join the tech industry today by studying an IT course.
Graduates of IT courses manage and implement every aspect of computer and information management in their workplaces, and deploy problem-solving and analytical skills to resolve a range of technical issues. Depending on the size and nature of your workplace, that could include tasks like:
Graduates of IT courses are usually employed as consultants or engineers in-house in firms or government departments. Roles you will be qualified to seek after completing an IT course include working as a:
You’ll find working in IT exciting and rewarding if you:
The Australia Government’s Job Outlook predicts that the IT industry will expand significantly over the next decade. Currently employing approximately 58,000 people, the sector is already considered large, and will grow by approximately 25 per cent over the next few years. Job Outlook predicts that approximately 14,000 more IT professionals will be required by 2020, and job opportunities are likely to be available all over Australia in a wide variety of different industries.
An IT consultant can expect to earn between $52,000 and $130,000 per year, with an average salary of approximately $85,000 per year, according to PayScale. PayScale notes that experience contributes significantly to consultants’ earning capacity, with people with more than 20 years of experience earning up to $50,000 more per year than people with 10 to 20 years of experience.