Charles Sturt University
The Graduate Certificate in Management (Information Technology) blends contemporary management theory and practice with certification-based subjects from the world’s leading industry organisations, such as Cisco, Microsoft and the Project Management Institute. It is designed for IT professionals seeking to move into management positions within the industry.
Study at your pace and place
All subjects can be undertaken online and are supported by a host of educational technologies that may include video lectures, lab simulations and chat rooms. As a part-time student, you can complete the course in two to three years. You can fast-track completion by studying additional subjects. You can also choose to study fewer subjects or take temporary leave to fit in with your busy work and personal schedule.
In keeping with the strong practical focus of the course, CSU offers credit for a wide range of vendor and industry certifications, including those from Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA and the Project Management Institute.
Learn from industry leaders
With strong external research and consultancy links, CSU’s School of Computing and Mathematics offers a range of opportunities for students to combine study with research projects. Our research profile is ranked at world level according to the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation.
Pathways to study
Entry to the Graduate Certificate in Management (Information Technology) is available to those with relevant professional work experience. The graduate certificate can be used as a pathway to the Master of Management (Information Technology). Those with relevant industry certifications will also be given credit.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||No on campus study|
|Course Duration||Full-time 0.5 years (1.0 sessions) Part-time 1.0 years (2.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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