Graduates of this degree will be capable of working as software developers, network administrators, web designers, systems analysts, programmers, database analysts, project managers or system managers depending on their choice of specialisation or interests. Additionally graduates of the Research pathway program may go into academic and research careers.
The Master of Information Technology (Advanced) degree satisfies the requirements for full ACS membership at the Professional level. Please note that accreditation is still to be assessed (together with the BIT) after the new structure is approved. Students seeking ACS membership should consult the Program Convenor and the Australian Computer Society about their proposed study to ensure they will satisfy any requirements needed for ACS membership.