Information and Communications Technology

COURSE INFORMATION

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry is responsible for the storage and transmission of information products via electronic, wireless, optical and other means. 

University Pathways

Information technology, arts (computer studies), computer and information science, teaching. 

TAFE Pathways

Banking and finance, administrative management, property management, accounting, business analyst, entrepreneur, IT programmer, digital media, marketing, human resources, gamer, computer science, creative arts, international studies, public relations, business and technology.

Career Options

Software and applications programmer, information technology support technician, database and systems administrator, ICT security specialist, information technology manager, computer network professional.