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EIT - Bachelors of Computing Systems 2018

Bachelors of Computing Systems 2018 for International Applicants

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Information for International applicants Napier, Auckland and Gisborne

With the Bachelor of Computing Systems (BCS) you will
develop a sound knowledge of computer hardware, data
communications, information systems, IT management,
networking, software development and systems analysis, and

This degree will give you an understanding of, and the
ability to develop, high quality computing solutions and an
appreciation of the processes and practices necessary to meet
the demands of a career in the fast moving computer world.

If you are looking for an applied computing qualification that
will give you a wide range of IT skills together with the ability
to cope with technological changes in the IT world, then look
no further. Your IT future starts here.

In addition to giving a broad computing education, you can
specialise in one of the major strands:

Programming and Technical computing
systems development

E-commerce Intelligence systems STUDENT PROFILE
and web design (under development)
Harpreet Singh | India
Possible job and career opportunities can include: “EIT will help you gain essential knowledge and kick-
start your career. The experience gained in completing
an industry specific internship is invaluable.”

• Computer Consultant • Systems Analyst Qualification Bachelor of Computing Systems
• Programmer • Technician
• Information Systems Manager • Webmaster Programme level Level 7
• Hardware Technician • Internet Developer
• Network Support • Systems Engineer
• Project Leader
Length Three years

CAREER OUTLOOK Start dates 19 Feb, 23 July
Fees NZ$ 20,600 per year

$ $$ 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower than 5.5
IELTS requirements or equivalent.

$41,447 $48,153 $59,458 Total credits 3 years (360 credits) - 120 credits per year

Median earnings one year Median earnings two years Median earnings five years
after study after study after study

Job opportunities Employment rate two years Class times Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
after study Study hours 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
AVERAGE classroom hours per course per week
POOR GOOD Approximately two hours for each classroom
Employment rate two years hour
after study

Location Napier, Gisborne


The BCS programme enables graduates to pursue a professional career To qualify for the BCS, students must have passed degree courses at
in a variety of information technology positions, including Computer Level 5 to 7 worth 360 credits, including an industry-based project
Consultant, Information Systems Manager, Network Support, Project course of 45 credits, which is taken in the last semester of study.
Leader, Systems Analyst, Technician, Web Master and Internet Developer. The structure of the degree is summarised in the following table.
In particular, the programme is designed to: Please note, compulsary subjects and pre-requisites will apply to some
• prepare graduates to be effective in a variety of professional roles
with expertise in technical components of the discipline; Level 5 6 7 5 to 7 Total
Credits 105 90 90 75 360
• provide a well-defined, relevant, basic curriculum with scope for rapid
and flexible adoption as technology advances; LEVEL COURSE CREDITS

• promote professionalism and independence in learning; LEVEL 5
• provide flexible study modes and the capacity to develop individual
COMM5.01 Organisational Communication 15
study initiatives and directions;
• provide components which incorporate problem solving, analysis and ITBS5.210 Business Systems 15

research. ITDC5.230 Data Communications & Networking 1 15


The Bachelor of Computing Systems aims to produce graduates who have ITHW5.250 Hardware Basics 15
a broad range of practical skills. The majority of courses have a significant
practical component. ITOS5.280 Operating System 15
The compulsory Level 7 Project, which is viewed as the “capstone” of
the degree, requires students to either complete in internship with an ITPR5.500 Introduction to Programming 15
IT company or undertake analysis and development work for a business
client. The project is taken in the last semester of study and is equivalent ITPR5.510 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 15
to 450 hours of work.
ITSP5.200 Packages 15
ITWD5.320 Internet & Web Page Developmen 15
In the state-of-the-art Information Technology Complex there are nine
networked computer laboratories with between 24 and 30 student QUAN5.01 Quantitative Analysis 15
stations in each. The rooms are environmentally controlled, with data
show equipment in each room. There are specific labs for software LEVEL 6 15
development, hardware, multimedia and a room for computer study. The ITDB6.200 Database Management Systems 15
facility also has a 50-seat tiered lecture theatre. ITDC6.210 Data Communications & Networking 2 15
ITEC6.390 E-commerce 15
ENTRY CRITERIA ITED6.330 Electronic Design Process & Practice 15
ITHD6.240 Help Desk 15
Students must have successfully completed degree standard qualifications. ITNA6.250 Network Administration & Support 15
ITOS6.600 Operating Systems (Linux) 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English ITPR6.350 User Interface Design 15
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, ITPR6.500 Advanced Object Oriented Programming 15
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or ITPR6.510 Enterprise Software Development 15
IELTS (6.0 Academic) with no band score lower than 5.5 or equivalent, or ITPR6.590 Software Testing 30
completion of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT). ITSD6.340 Systems Analysis & Design 1 15
ITWD6.400 Advanced Internet & Web Page Development 15
FIND OUT MORE: RESM6.01 Research Methods
[email protected] LEVEL 7 15
ITDB7.200 Database Administration 15
CONNECT WITH US: ITHW7.230 Advanced Hardware and Infrastructure 15
ITEC7.390 E-Business Strategies 15
ITIM7.450 Information Technology Management 15
ITEL7.101 Digital Learning Technologies 15
ITOS7.600 Advanced Operating Systems (Linux) 45
ITPJ7.290 Level 7 Project 15
ITPR7.500 Business Application Programming 15
ITPR7.510 Special Programming Topic 15
ITSD7.330 Object Oriented Analysis & Design 15
ITST7.400 Level 7 Special Topic 15
ITSY7.660 Information Systems Security 15
ITWD7.350 Web Application Development 15
ITWM7.380 Web Site Hosting & Maintenance

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