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EIT - Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology 2018

Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology 2018 with descriptions for International Applicants

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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN 2018
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Information for International applicants Napier and Auckland

The Postgraduate Diploma in IT will enable computing degree graduates STUDENT PROFILE
to build on existing knowledge and technical skills for employment in
the areas of IT where there are recognised skills shortages within New Mamta Nandyala | India
Zealand and internationally.
“If you want to be successful in finding a job in New
Graduates of the Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology will Zealand the subjects offered at EIT are needed. I landed
have an understanding of the broad conceptual and theoretical elements my job three months before the end of the programme
involved in the information and communications technology area. and I love the work that I’m doing!”
This includes:

• A sound knowledge of the information technology environment and
its effective management;

• The ability to analyse the needs of business and make
recommendations for IT services and systems;

• The ability to advise on, develop and implement innovations leading
to a more efficient use of resources within a dynamic information
technology environment;

• The ability to relate to and communicate effectively with personnel
and clients having diverse backgrounds;

• The motivation for continued learning and self-development to cope
effectively with change; and

• An understanding of the legal, regulatory and ethical frameworks of
the IT sector.

SCHOLARSHIP S Qualification Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology

There is a scholarship available for this programme. This scholarship
providea a small contribution to assist students realise their goal of
studying in New Zealand.

All International students who accept an offer of place for this programme
will receive the scholarship. Please contact us for more information:
[email protected]

CAREER OUTCOMES Level Level 8
Possible job and career opportunities can include:
One year
• Systems Analyst • E-Commerce Advisor Length
• IT Consultant
• Business Analyst • Project Manager Start dates Napier: 19 February, 23 July
Auckland: 26 March, 20 August
• IT Infrastructure Support
Analyst $21,000

CAREER OUTLOOK Fees

IELTS 6.5 (academic) with no band score lower than

Employment rate two years Percentage of graduates in requirements 6.0 or equivalent.
after study further study
Total credits 120
79% 19% Class times
Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
Job opportunities $ 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
classroom hours per course per week
AVERAGE $41k - $70k+

POOR GOOD Potential earning range Study hours Approximately two hours for each
classroom hour

Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/HB4026/6007 Location Napier, Auckland

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN • Enterprise Resource Planning WORK EXPERIENCE
Systems
• Advanced IT Project The Postgraduate Diploma in IT aims to produce graduates who have
Management • Cloud Based IT Solutions industry relevant practical and theoretical skills in this area. The majority
• Advanced Mobile and Wireless of courses include a significant amount industry based project or case
• Strategic IT Management study based work.
• Research in Information Technologies
• Mobile Software Architectures COURSE LIST
Technology • Enterprise Content Management
• IT Work Integrated Learning • Advanced Digital Learning The structure of the PGDipIT is summarised in the following table.
• Impact of Computing on Please note, pre-requisites will apply to some courses.
Technologies
Society Level 7 - 8 8 Total
• Virtualisation Management Credits 45 75 120

STUDY PATHWAY

Strategically the Postgraduate Diploma in IT fits into the following pathways:

Bachelor level degree or equivalent LEVEL 7 COURSE CREDITS
ITDB7.200 Database Administration 15
Level 8 Employment in the ITHW7.230 Advanced Hardware and Infrastructure 15
Postgraduate Diploma in IT (120 credits) IT field ITEC7.390 E-Business Strategies 15
ITIM7.450 Information Technology Management 15
Further study at ITEL7.101 Digital Learning Technologies 15
Level 9 Masters Level (60 credits) ITOS7.600 Advanced Operating Systems (Linux) 15
ITPR7.500 Business Application Programming 15
FACILITIES ITPR7.510 Special Programming Topic 15
ITSD7.330 Object Oriented Analysis & Design 15
In the state-of-the-art Information Technology Complex there are nine ITST7.400 Level 7 Special Topic 15
networked computer laboratories with between 24 and 30 student ITSY7.660 Information Systems Security 15
stations in each. The rooms are environmentally controlled, with data ITWD7.350 Web Application Development 15
show equipment in each room. There are specific labs for software ITWM7.380 Web Site Hosting & Maintenance 15
development, hardware, multimedia and a room for computer study. The
facility also has a 50-seat tiered lecture theatre. LEVEL 8 Advanced IT Project Management 15
Strategic IT Management 15
ENTRY CRITERIA ITPG8.100 Data Analytics and Visualisation 15
ITPG8.200 Research in Information Technology 30
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ITPG8.250 Special Topic 15
• A bachelor’s degree in computing at a recognised educational ITPG8.300 IT Work Integrated Learning 15
ITPG8.350 Impact of Computing on Society 15
institute or ITPG8.370 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems 15
ITPG8.400 Cloud Based IT Solutions 15
• A bachelor’s degree in a related area (e.g. Business, Visual Arts, ITPG8.500 Advanced Mobile and Wireless Technologies 15
and Science) and appropriate IT work experience in a junior/middle ITPG8.550 IT Forensics 15
management position ITPG8.600 Analytics and Visualisation 15
ITPG8.650 Information Security in the Enterprise 15
• Tertiary graduates who have appropriate work experience in a middle/ ITPG8.650 Enterprise Content Management 15
senior management position, and wish to improve their skills and gain ITPG8.670 Advanced Digital Learning Technologies 15
a higher level qualification may also apply. ITPG8.800
ITPG8.900
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways,
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or
IELTS (6.5 Academic) with no band score lower than 6.0 or equivalent, or
completion of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT).

FIND OUT MORE:
[email protected]
www.international.eit.ac.nz

CONNECT WITH US:

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

P= Pre-requisite –courses which must be studied before C= Co-requisite courses which can be studied before or at the same time
NB: Courses may differ depending on campus and semester.

COURSE NO. BRIEF DESCRIPTION CREDITS LEVEL SEMESTER
7 1
LEVEL 7 7 1
7 2
ITDB7.200 Database Administration 15 7 1
ITHW7.230 To provide students with the practical database administration skills required as a Database Administrator. 15 7 1
ITEC7.390 P: ITDB6.220 Database Management Systems 15 7 1
ITIM7.450 Advanced Hardware and Infrastructure 15 7 2
ITEL7.101 To provide students with technical knowledge and skills to plan, prepare and manage a range of enterprise 15 7 1
ITOS7.600 technologies, configurations and infrastructure. The range of technologies includes virtualisation, disaster 15 7 2
ITPR7.500 recovery, deployment solutions, enterprise infrastructure and Cloud concepts. 15 7 2
ITPR7.510 E-Business Strategies 15 7 2
ITSD7.330 To evaluate and analyze the drivers for successful e-business strategies for organisations. Case studies will 15 7 1
ITST7.400 allow practical experience. 15 7 1
ITSY7.660 P: ITEC6.390 E-Commerce, Recommended: ITWD6.400 Adv Internet & Web Page Development 15
ITWD7.350 Information Technology Management 15 8 1
ITWM7.380 To provide students with knowledge and skills for developing information technology plans for organizations. 15 8 2
To enable students to understand IT management concepts and issues. 8 2
P: ITSD6.340 - Systems Analysis and Design
Digital Learning Technologies
To provide students with knowledge and practical experience in the emerging digital technologies within the
educational and training environment.
Advanced Operating Systems (Linux)
To provide students with a technical insight into the UNIX (Linux) Architecture as well as providing the skills
necessary to optimise the UNIX (Linux) kernel and implement security measures within the UNIX (Linux)
environment.
P: ITOS6.600 - Operating Systems (Linux)
Business Application Programming
To provide students with the opportunity to program a full business application from provided user
specifications.
P: ITPR5.510 - Introduction to object oriented programming, ITPR6.350 - User interface design
C: ITSD6.340 – Systems Analysis & Design 1
Special Programming Topic
To Develop an artefact or research report in a specialised programming area.
P: ITPR6.500 – Advanced Object Oriented Programming
C: As determined by the programme committee
Object Oriented Analysis & Design
To introduce students to the principles and concepts of object-orientated analysis and design and to apply
these to a scenario using the appropriate UML diagrams.
P: ITSD6.340 - Systems Analysis and Design 1
Level 7 Special Topic
To provide an avenue for students to conduct research into an approved information systems topic that is not
covered by an existing level 7 course.
P: RESM6.01 Research Methods, Any other pre-requisites as determined by the programme committee
C: As determined by the programme committee.
Information Systems Security
To provide students with an overview for information systems security concepts and the need to identify
security risks and make contingency plans and policies.
P: Either ITNA6.250 Network Administration and Support or ITDC6.210 Data

Communications and Networking 2
Web Application Development
The aim of this course is to provide students with knowledge and skills for developing client-server web-
based applications in the Intranet / Internet.
P: ITWD6.400 Advanced Internet & Web Development, ITDT5.220 Data, ITPR5.500 Introduction to
Programming
Web Site Hosting & Maintenance
To allow students to demonstrate the skills necessary to design, develop, configure and maintain the infra
structure of a dynamic Web Site.
P: ITWD5.230 Internet and Web Development, ITNA6.250 Network Administration and Support

LEVEL 8 COURSES

ITPG8.100 Advanced IT Project Management 15
ITPG8.200 To provide students with an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of a range of alternative 15
ITPG8.250 project management methodologies, and apply a methodology to a real world project scenario. 15
P: Relevant Project Management degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience
Strategic IT Management
To provide students with an understanding of the strategic issues facing IT managers as they manage an
IT services department in a medium to large size organisation and apply a range of techniques to create and
design an IT strategy.
P: Relevant IT Management degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience
Data Analytics and Visualisation
To provide students with learning opportunities to develop advanced knowledge and skills in data analytics
and data wrangling for effective data-driven decision making and data visualisation.

ITPG8.300 Research in Information Technology 30 8 1&2
ITPG8.350 To provide students with a framework for applied research in IT which can be used to conduct research 15 8 1&2
ITPG8.370 relating to a current strategic computing issue. 15 8 1&2
P: RESM6.01 Research Methods or equivalent
ITPG8.400 Special Topic 15 8 As required
ITPG8.500 To provide students with an opportunity to develop research and problem solving skills which are relevant to 15 8 As required
ITPG8.550 the Information Technology (IT) industry. Needs special approval from the Programme Coordinator. 15 81
ITPG8.600 IT Work Integrated Learning 15 81
ITPG8.650 This course provides students with experience in an applied information technology work environment and 15 8 As required
ITPG8.660 provides an opportunity to develop attributes relating to work place professional behaviours. The work 15 8 As required
ITPG8.670 placement provides an opportunity for students to extend and deepen their IT knowledge, building on the 15 8 As required
ITPG8.700 skills attained during their undergraduate degree. Students are required to reflect on theoretical approaches 15 8 As required
ITPG8.800 to IT work by identifying IT issues within a workplace and making recommendations which address those 15 82
ITPG8.900 issues. 15 8 As required
P: Students must have completed at least 60 credits of post graduate study.
Impact of Computing on Society
To encourage students to critically evaluate the impact of computing on society and understand how to
address the issues that IT professionals face as a consequence of technology advances.
P: Relevant IT Management degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
To provide students with an understanding of the issues concerning the adoption of a cross-functional
integrated computer-based information systems approach to the provision of IT applications within a medium
to large business organisation.
P: Relevant Systems Analysis & Design degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience.
Cloud Based IT Solutions
To enable students to understand the management issues surrounding the adoption of cloud based
computing solutions and be able to assess the merits of a cloud based IT solution for a given IT environment.
P: Relevant IT Management degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience
Advanced Mobile and Wireless Technologies
To provide students with an understanding of the issues concerning the adoption of mobile and wireless
technologies and the skills necessary to be able to make informed decisions when identifying the mobile or
wireless technology best suited to a given purpose.
P: Relevant IT Architecture degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience.
IT Forensics
To provide students with an opportunity to develop advanced knowledge and skills in the nature and use of
forensics information technology.
Analytics and Visualisation
IT forensics covers the collection, analysis and reporting on digital data in a way that is legally admissible. It
can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in any dispute
where evidence is stored digitally.
Information Security in the Enterprise
To provide students with an opportunity to develop advanced knowledge of the information security domain
and advanced skills to facilitate the design, installation and management of enterprise level information
security.
Mobile Software Architectures
To provide students with an understanding of the key principles associated with mobile application
development and software engineering and be able to apply these principles when designing and deploying
an application to meet a specific business need.
P: Relevant Software Development degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience.
Enterprise Content Management
To provide students with an understanding of the concepts and technologies involved in enterprise
content management and provide them with the skills that will allow them to evaluate enterprise content
management strategies for specific business cases.
Advanced Digital Learning Technologies
To provide students with an understanding of the issues surrounding the adoption of emerging digital
technologies in the educational and training environment and be able to apply these principles when using
the technologies to meet a specific training need.
P: Relevant Internet and Multimedia degree level courses and/or appropriate work experience


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