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1 Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements The 2016 Monash University Handbook will be available from October This document contains interim 2016 course requirements information. Course outcomes Course requirements Progression to honours Majors and Minors Business Analytics Business Information Systems Computer Networks and Security Computer Science Creative Computing (minor under the major Multimedia Development) Cybersecurity Data Science Games Design Games Development Information and Society IT for Business Mobile Apps Development Multimedia Development Software Development Software Engineering Web Development Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 1 of 22

2 This course is about the application of computer-based technologies and systems to meet individual and organisational information needs. The course will enable you to gain the knowledge and skills needed to use IT effectively and to use, develop and manage IT-based systems. The flexibility of the course and the range of majors and minors will allow you to explore new areas, develop your strengths in IT and pursue your interests. It is a highly practical course that will prepare you for a career working with information and IT in business, government and industry. The course covers a wide range of aspects of IT, from technical computing, which focuses on the technology itself, games and multimedia to information and business-related themes, which focus on information needs and the way in which IT can be used to support them. In addition to core studies in fundamental IT concepts, the course provides you with a choice of majors in your preferred fields of study, as well as the option to take a second major within IT or in another discipline. Knowledge and skills in IT coupled with the emphasis on generic skills problem solving, information literacy, communication and presentation skills, project management skills, and the capacity for team work will ensure that you have a firm foundation for a career in IT. If you are an eligible student you may apply for the Industry Based Learning (IBL) placement program, in which you undertake one or two 22-week, full-time industry placements as part of the curriculum. Through the IBL placement program you will apply the skills and knowledge you have gained directly in a professional organisation. Course outcomes These course outcomes are aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework level 7, the Bologna Cycle 1 and Monash Graduate Attributes. Upon successful completion of this course, it is expected that graduates will be able to: Communicate at a professional level with clients, system users and peers Work effectively in a team environment Work independently and self-assess performance Apply methods, theory and research to plan, develop and implement correct, well-structured and documented information products and systems Act in accordance with professional codes of conduct, recognizing the social, legal and ethical consequences of their work Recognize the role and value of information technology in organizations and society Effectively use computer hardware and software technologies Learn and apply emerging technologies. Course requirements Students must complete units as specified in Parts A, B and C (144 points): a minimum of 96 points of Information technology study over Part A and Part B, and 48 points of free electives in part C. In choosing your units you must ensure that you complete no more than 10 level one units (60 points), and that you complete at least six units (36 points) at level 3 of which at least four (24 points) being Bachelor of Information Technology listed units (units with a FIT code). Units are six points unless otherwise specified. The typical course maps will assist you to plan how to meet the course requirements. A. Information technology specified study (48 points) Students complete # : a) One introductory* programming unit (6 points) from: FIT1051 Programming foundations Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 2 of 22

3 FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming FIT1048 Foundations of C++ * Before making your choice, refer to your anticipated major as a particular one of these may be required for your major. You may take additional units from this list as free electives in Part C. b) The following four units (24 points) FIT1047 Introduction to computer systems, networks and security FIT1049 IT professional practice** FIT2002 IT project management FIT2094 Databases **Students in the double degree course with Secondary Education do not complete this unit since professional practice is provided through the Education component. Students replace it with a level 1 mathematics unit. c) One of (6 points): FIT2001 Systems development FIT2099 Object oriented analysis, design and implementation d) Capstone project units (12 points) or an industry-based learning unit (18 points) from one of the following combinations: FIT3047 Industrial experience studio project 1 and FIT3048 Industrial experience studio project 2 FIT3039 Studio project I and FIT3040 Studio project 2 FIT3045 Industry-based learning (only for students in the Industry-Based Learning placement stream) (18 points)*** *** 6 points of the 18 point IBL project will replace an elective either in the major in B below or a free elective in C below. # If a unit is used for both IT specified study above and a major, you will complete additional units offered by the Faculty of IT to ensure a total of at least 96 points of Information Technology study (any unit starting with code FIT ). The exception is that students enrolled in the double degree course with Secondary Education use the released points in a), b) and c) to complete a 4 unit (24 points) mathematics sequence as needed for teacher registration, and as indicated below. Four mathematics units for Secondary Education students: For students who have Level 3/4 VCE Specialist Mathematics (a study score of 30) the Mathematics minor and the Mathematical Statistics minor from the Bachelor of Science are both available. Students who do not have Level 3/4 VCE Specialist Mathematics (a study score of 30), but have at least 25 in VCE Mathematical Methods ¾ will need to complete MTH1020 Analysis of Change and MTH1030 Techniques for modelling and two level 2 MTH units. It is recommended that one of the level 2 MTH units is statistics. B. Information technology listed major (48 points) Complete at least one Information technology listed major. A major requires eight units with no more than two units at level one (12 points) and at least three units (18 points) at level three. You may replace the major with an extended major by using the elective units available in Part A or Part C. Click on the Information technology listed areas of study (in the table above) for units required for your chosen major or extended major. Note that students completing a double degree with Secondary education may only take the Software development major or the Business information systems major. If you intend to undertake an honours year you should ensure you complete the specific units required as a pre-requisite for honours in your chosen major area of study. C. Free elective study (48 points) Your elective units may be chosen from any of the units offered at Monash to suit your interests or career aspirations. For example, you may choose to take other units available in the Bachelor of Information Technology course to extend your major or to complete a second major or minor(s) from the course, or you may take Faculty of IT units from the Bachelor of Computer Science, its Data Science specialisation, or the Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 3 of 22

4 Bachelor of Software Engineering. Elective units may also be used to sample from across the University or to complete a major or minor(s) from another course so long as you have the prerequisites and there are no restrictions on enrolment in the units. For students in double degree courses, some units required for the partner degree are credited as electives towards this degree. Students undertaking the Business Information Systems major or the Software Development major may apply for selection to complete a second placement unit FIT2032 Industry-based learning (18 points) which will use three of the free electives in Part C. This second IBL placement is not an option for double degree students. Industry Based Learning (IBL) placement program Students selected to participate in the IBL placement program will complete FIT3045 Industry-based learning (18 points) which will replace the capstone project unit and one IT elective. IBL students must complete a unit over summer semester or overload in one semester by one unit in order to complete the degree within three years. (This is because you only complete 18 points of credit during the IBL placement semester.) Students must have completed at least three semesters of their course before starting their IBL placement. Progression to honours Students successfully completing the Bachelor of Information Technology may proceed to a one year honours program leading to the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours). To be eligible to apply for entry into the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours), students must obtain a credit grade average (60 percent) or above in all units together with a distinction grade average (70 percent) or above in level three IT units. Majors and minors Click on the Bachelor of Information Technology listed area of study for a description. Bachelor of Information Technology listed area of study Major Business Information Systems Year 12 or Foundation studies in mathematics required and location Minor Major Extended major Clayton Clayton Clayton Computer Networks and Security Clayton Clayton Clayton Games Development Clayton Clayton Multimedia Development Clayton* Clayton Clayton Software Development Clayton Clayton Clayton Minor only Business Analytics Year 12 or Foundation studies in mathematics required Computer Science 6 points of Level 1 mathematics required Creative Computing Cybersecurity Data Science Year 12 or Foundation studies in mathematics required Games Design Clayton Clayton Clayton* Clayton Clayton Clayton Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 4 of 22

5 Information and Society IT for Business Year 12 or Foundation studies in mathematics required Mobile Apps Development Software Engineering Year 12 or Foundation studies in mathematics required Web Development Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton *The minor under Multimedia Development is the Creative computing minor. BUSINESS ANALYTICS In Business Analytics you will learn how to use analytical tools and simulation software to model, analyse, understand and design business processes. You will learn how to apply quantitative methods, data mining and visualisation to add value to businesses and organisations. Data and case studies will be drawn from diverse sources including health, life sciences, web traffic and social networking, business data including transactions, economic data, customer traffic, scientific research and experimental data. This area of study will be of interest to IT students who want to work in business or finance, and to students wanting to complement their Business or Commerce studies with IT-based methods. Business Analytics is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor. FIT1006 Business information analysis* FIT2090 Business information systems and processes FIT3158 Business decision modelling FIT3003 Business intelligence and data warehousing or FIT3166 Data analytics * This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics study or a foundation mathematics unit. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 5 of 22

6 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS In the Business information systems major you will develop a thorough understanding of business information systems, fundamental business IT concepts and how IT can be used to serve business needs. You will learn how to conduct a detailed analysis of a business problem and design a computer-based solution. You will acquire the knowledge and skills in the broad areas of business programming, information systems, e-business, business analytics, data science and decision support, which will enable you to solve business problems in organisations of all sizes. You will learn to communicate with, and understand the needs of software developers, business managers and users. This major includes a special focus on Business Analytics (available as a stand-alone minor). You will learn how analytical tools and simulation software are used to model, analyse and design business processes. You will acquire practical skills in using quantitative methods, data mining and visualisation to look for patterns and trends in data, helping organisations solve problems and add value. Data and case studies will be drawn from diverse sources including health, life sciences, web traffic and social networking, business data including transactions, economic data, customer traffic, scientific research and experimental data. This area of study will be of interest to IT students who want to work in business or finance, and to students wanting to complement their Business or Commerce studies with IT-based methods. The broad base of this major will prepare you for leadership roles in IT management. Students in the Industry-based learning program taking this major have the option of a second IBL placement. Business information systems is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor, major or extended major. Outcomes In addition to achieving the broad outcomes of their course broadly, students successfully completing this major will be able to: Apply analytical techniques to interpret business data, solve quantitative problems, and improve business processes Analyse business information needs and determine the scope for IT-based solutions FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT2001 Systems development FIT2094 Databases FIT3174 IT Strategy and governance or FIT3138 Real time enterprise systems or FIT3175 Usability Major requirements (48 points) No more than 12 points at level 1 may be credited to the major and at least 18 points must be at level 3. FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT1006 Business information analysis* FIT2090 Business information systems and processes FIT2001 Systems development Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 6 of 22

7 FIT3158 Business decision modelling FIT2095 ebusiness software technology or FIT2081 Mobile application development FIT3003 Business intelligence and data warehousing or FIT3166 Data analytics FIT3174 IT Strategy and governance or FIT3138 Real time enterprise systems or FIT3175 Usability * This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics study or MTH1010 or equivalent. Extended major requirements (72 points) No more than 24 points at level 1 may be credited to the extended major and at least 24 points must be at level 3. Students complete the requirements of the major in Business Information Systems (48 points) and also: a) Students with one or no IBL placements complete the remaining four units (24 points) listed under the major. b) Students selected for two IBL placements complete FIT2032 Industry-based learning (18 points) and one unit (6 points) of the remaining level 3 units listed under the major. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 7 of 22

8 COMPUTER NETWORKS AND SECURITY Computer networks and security focuses on the principles, practice and management of computer networks and security technologies used within an organisation for their information needs. You will learn how to: design and develop computer networks and monitor their performance; incorporate security measures to protect corporate information systems and their access through the Internet; and develop secure applications systems. It will prepare you for careers in technical positions responsible for building, managing and maintaining secure IT infrastructure. Computer Networks and Security is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor, major or extended major. Outcomes In addition to achieving the broad outcomes of their course broadly, students successfully completing this major will be able to: Design, implement and maintain secure computer systems and networks a) The following two units (12 points): FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming or FIT1051 Programming foundations* FIT1047 Introduction to computer systems, networks and security *Students who have credited this unit to another major or minor, or have taken an introductory programming unit as part of a course other than the BInfoTech should replace it with a remaining elective unit listed under the minor. b) Two of the following units (12 points): FIT2093 Introduction to cyber security FIT2100 Operating systems FIT3031 Information and network security FIT3165 Computer networks FIT3173 Software security Major requirements (48 points) No more than 12 points at level 1 may be credited to the major and at least 18 points must be at level 3. FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming or FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT1047 Introduction to computer systems, networks and security FIT2093 Introduction to cyber security FIT2100 Operating systems FIT3031 Information and network security FIT3165 Computer networks FIT2081 Mobile application development or FIT3142 Distributed computing Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 8 of 22

9 Extended major requirements (72 points) No more than 24 points at level 1 may be credited to the extended major and at least 24 points must be at level 3. a) The requirements of the major in Computer networks and security (48 points) b) Four units (24 points) from those below not already completed: ECSE3031 Information and network security FIT3159 Computer architecture FIT3168 IT forensics The remaining unit from FIT2081 Mobile application development or FIT3142 Distributed computing Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 9 of 22

10 COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer science studies the theory and practice of applying computers and software to problem solving. Its practical applications span all disciplines including science, engineering, business and commerce, creative and performing arts and the humanities. You will learn how to think like a computer scientist about processes and their descriptions to enable you to design algorithms and data structures. You will acquire the practical programming skills to produce efficient software solutions to real-world problems. This minor will provide depth for students doing the Bachelor of Information Technology and add breadth for students from other courses by giving them the skills to develop software solutions to problems in their discipline. Computer Science is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming* FIT1008 Introduction to computer science FIT2004 Data structures and algorithms** FIT2014 Theory of computation or FIT3155 Advanced data structures and algorithms * This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics study or MTH1010 or equivalent. ** This unit has a prerequisite of 6 points of Level 1 Mathematics. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 10 of 22

11 CYBERSECURITY Cybersecurity is about protecting private and public networks including infrastructure, sensitive information and communications. It is also an essential part of the strategic defence to protect business, citizens and national interests in Cyberspace. This minor will provide technical depth for students in Information Technology, Computer Science or Software Engineering who want to have a career in this important and expanding sub-field. It will also provide a strong foundation in cybersecurity for students from other disciplines who see themselves working in enterprises and government bodies for whom cybersecurity is a critical organisational issue. Cybersecurity is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor. a) The following three units (18 points) FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming* FIT1047 Introduction to computer systems, networks and security FIT2093 Introduction to cybersecurity *Students who have credited this unit to another major or minor, or have taken an introductory programming unit as part of a course other than the BInfoTech should replace it with a remaining elective unit listed under the minor. This unit requires a Year 12 Mathematics or MTH1010 or equivalent. b) One of the following units: FIT2081 Mobile application development FIT3168 IT forensics FIT3173 Software security Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 11 of 22

12 DATA SCIENCE Data science addresses aspects of how to capture, manage and use the huge volumes of data generated by businesses, organisations and science in the Information Age. This minor spans technical areas such as programming and databases, through modelling, visualisation and analysis, as well as legal and ethical issues. As well as providing a technical depth component to students in Information Technology and Computer Science, this minor will provide a breadth component together with practical skills to students from other disciplines that generate and deal with large amounts of data, from the sciences, through business and commerce to the humanities. Data science is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. FIT1043 Introduction to data science* FIT2079 Data visualisation FIT2086 Modelling for data analysis FIT2094 Databases *This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics or MTH1010 or equivalent. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 12 of 22

13 GAMES DESIGN The Games design minor focuses on the underlying principles of game design and its digital graphic and audio aspects, rather than technical implementation. You will work on collaborative studio projects geared towards the design and creation of game levels and virtual worlds. This minor will appeal to students from Information Technology and from across the university who are not necessarily programmers but have an interest in computer game design. Games design is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. FIT1033 Foundations of 3D FIT2073 Game Design Studio 1 FIT3169 Immersive environments FIT3172 Sonics Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 13 of 22

14 GAMES DEVELOPMENT Games development focuses on developing a detailed knowledge and understanding of the processes and technologies used in the development of games, and their associated technical and creative content. Students will cover the underlying games development principles as well as the main technologies and tools used in the games industry, with an emphasis on game and interactive software development. All aspects of games development are examined from both a theoretical and a practical perspective, with a focus on collaborative Studio environments to explore and realise unique game ideas. Games development is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor or a major. Outcomes In addition to achieving the broad outcomes of their course broadly, students successfully completing this major will be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the theory, practice and technologies of contemporary game development through the design and implementation of computer games. a) FIT1048 Foundations of C++ b) Any three of the following units (students should check prerequisites when planning a minor): FIT1033 Foundations of 3D FIT2096 Game Programming 1 FIT2097 Game Programming 2 FIT2073 Game Design Studio 1 FIT3145 Game Design Studio 2 FIT3094 Artificial life, artificial intelligence & virtual environments FIT3146 Emergent technologies and interfaces Major requirements (48 points) No more than 12 points at level 1 may be credited to the major and at least 18 points must be at level 3. FIT1048 Foundations of C++ FIT1033 Foundations of 3D FIT2096 Game Programming 1 FIT2097 Game Programming 2 FIT2073 Game Design Studio 1 FIT3145 Game Design Studio 2 FIT3094 Artificial life, artificial intelligence & virtual environments FIT3146 Emergent technologies and interfaces Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 14 of 22

15 INFORMATION AND SOCIETY The Information and society minor explores the social and cultural impact of IT, as well its application in the workplace. These are considered from the historical perspective of technical developments over the past 50 years as well as the contemporary issues around the pervasive use of IT in both personal and professional spheres. This non-technical look at IT in Society will provide a valuable breadth component to students from all disciplines who will be graduates in the Information Age. Information and Society is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. a) The following three units (18 points) FIT1052 IT in society FIT2106 Information, technology and organizations FIT3098 Social informatics b) One of the following units: FIT1049 IT professional practice ATS1280 Communications and society ATS2436 New media: From the telegraph to twitter FIT3134 IT-based entrepreneurship Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 15 of 22

16 IT FOR BUSINESS IT for Business offers you a wide range of options for learning how IT can be used for business. You can build practical programming skills or focus on IT-based analytical and organisational aspects. This minor will provide valuable IT literacy for students from all disciplines who will be working as graduates in a business environment. IT for Business is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor. Students complete any four units from: FIT1006 Business information analysis* FIT1013 IT for business* FIT1040 Programming from scratch FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT2081 Mobile application development FIT2090 Business information systems and processes FIT2095 e-business software technologies FIT2106 Information, technology and organizations FIT3134 IT-based entrepreneurship FIT3166 Data analytics * This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics study or MTH1010 or equivalent. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 16 of 22

17 MOBILE APPS DEVELOPMENT In the Mobile Apps Development minor you will learn how to design and develop mobile apps software. You will first gain some basic programming skills, then learn how to apply them in a mobile apps development environment to solve real-world problems, or just to produce a fun app! Usability will be a key focus. Mobile Apps Development is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. a) One unit (6 points) selected from*: FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming FIT1048 Foundations of C++ FIT1051 Programming foundations *Students who have credited one of these units to another major or minor, or have taken an introductory programming unit as part of a course other than the BInfoTech may replace it with a fourth unit from (b). b) Three units (18 points) selected from: ENG1003 Engineering mobile apps FIT2081 Mobile applications development FIT2095 e-business software technology FIT3175 Usability FIT3178 Advanced mobile apps Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 17 of 22

18 MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT In Multimedia development, you will learn to explore technology-led creativity for the digital economy by gaining a technical understanding and being given the creative freedom to develop your ideas. Building upon foundation studies in digital imaging, sound and video, 3D modelling and interactive media, the design lead studio-based approach will prepare you for career opportunities in web design, interactive design/development, mobile application development, 3D modelling and animation, social media, visualisation, and tangible and physical computing. A major or minor in this area will add a creative element to students undertaking more technical IT or Engineering studies, and as well as providing practical ITbased skills to students undertaking studies in the Art or Design fields. Multimedia Development is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor, major or extended major. Outcomes In addition to achieving the outcomes of their course broadly, students successfully completing this major will be able to: Design and implement major creative computing projects Minor requirements Creative computing (24 points) FIT1046 Creative computing foundations FIT1033 Foundations of 3D or FIT2098 Interactive media or FIT3157 Advanced web design FIT2091 Creative computing studio 1 FIT2092 Creative computing studio 2 Major requirements (48 points) No more than 12 points at level 1 may be credited to the major and at least 18 points must be at level 3. FIT1033 Foundations of 3D FIT1046 Creative computing foundations FIT2087 Advanced 3D FIT2091 Creative computing studio 1 FIT2092 Creative computing studio 2 FIT3146 Emergent technologies and interfaces FIT3156 Advanced visual effects FIT3169 Immersive environments Extended major requirements (72 points) No more than 24 points at level 1 may be credited to the extended major and at least 24 points must be at level 3. a) The requirements for the major in Multimedia development (48 points) b) The following four additional units (24 points) FIT2073 Game design studio 1 FIT2098 Interactive media FIT3157 Advanced web design FIT3172 Sonics Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 18 of 22

19 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Software development focuses on the technologies and techniques used to create computer-based systems and the development processes used in the construction of applications software, from large-scale enterprise systems to web-based and mobile. It will prepare you for careers in positions responsible for the development and implementation of software systems. You will learn about all aspects of the software development process, from systems analysis and design to programing and implementation. Software development is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor, major or extended major and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor, major or extended major. Outcomes In addition to achieving the outcomes of their course broadly, students successfully completing this major will be able to: Analyse requirements, and design, implement and maintain software applications a) The following units (12 points): FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT1050 Web fundamentals b) And two units (12 points) from: FIT2001 Systems development FIT2081 Mobile applications development FIT2094 Databases FIT2104 Web database interface Major requirements (48 points) No more than 12 points at level 1 may be credited to the major and at least 18 points must be at level 3. a) The following five units (30 points): FIT1050 Web fundamentals FIT1051 Programming foundations FIT2001 Systems development FIT2094 Databases FIT3177 Software development studio b) One of the following units (6 points): FIT2081 Mobile applications development FIT2104 Web database interface FIT2107 Software quality and testing c) Two of the following units (12 points) FIT3003 Business intelligence and data warehousing FIT3077 Software engineering: architecture and design Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 19 of 22

20 FIT3146 Emergent technologies & interfaces FIT3157 Advanced web design FIT3173 Software security FIT3175 Usability FIT3176 Advanced database design FIT3178 Advanced mobile apps Extended major requirements (72 points) No more than 24 points at level 1 may be credited to the extended major and at least 24 points must be at level 3. a) The requirements of the major in Software development (48 points) b) Two more units (12 points) from the optional units listed in b) under the major c) At least one and up to two additional level 3 units (6 points or 12 points) from those listed in c) under the major d) At most one unit from the following: FIT2095 ebusiness software technologies FIT2096 Games programming 1 FIT2099 Object oriented analysis, design and implementation FIT2101 Software engineering process and management FIT2100 Operating systems Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 20 of 22

21 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING The Software engineering minor provides a selection of units from the specialist course in Software Engineering covering all aspects of the software lifecycle, together with the tools, processes, management methods and quality assurance techniques required to deliver robust reliable software, on time and within budget. This minor will provide additional depth and rigour for any Information Technology, Computer Science or Engineering student with a particular interest in programming and software. Software Engineering is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor. FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming* or FIT1051 Programming foundations** FIT2099 Object oriented analysis, design and implementation FIT2101 Software engineering process and management FIT2107 Software quality and testing * This unit has a prerequisite of any Year 12 Mathematics study or MTH1010 or equivalent. ** Students who have credited this unit to another major or minor, or have taken an introductory programming unit as part of a course other than the BInfoTech should replace it by FIT3077 Software engineering architecture and design. Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 21 of 22

22 WEB DEVELOPMENT In this minor you will learn the skills to design, develop and manage web sites. You will gain a solid grounding in the technical aspects of web page creation including programming, information management and the development of high quality user interfaces. An understanding of web development technologies and their use in a work context will be of value in any career. Web development is listed in the Bachelor of Information Technology at Clayton as a minor and in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in South Africa as a minor. a) One unit* (6 points) of: FIT1045 Introduction to algorithms and programming FIT1048 Foundations of C++ FIT1051 Programming foundations *Students who have completed one of these units and credited it to another major or minor should replace it with a remaining elective unit from (c). b) The following unit (6 points): FIT1050 Web fundamentals c) Two units (12 points) of: FIT2094 Databases FIT2095 ebusiness software technologies FIT2104 Web database interface FIT3157 Advanced web design FIT3175 Usability Bachelor of Information Technology Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 22 of 22

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