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The Master of Information Technology is a level 9 programme that requires successful completion of a minimum of 180 credits from level 8 and 9.
There are two pathways for completing a Master of Information Technology (MIT). Both pathways require the completion of a significant research project.
The following structure is proposed for the two available pathways.
All courses 15 credits unless stated otherwise.
Graduates of the Master of Information Technology (and with further work experience in some cases) will be able to work in business, education, government, health, industry or the community sector. Potential jobs opportunities include Business Analyst, Cyber Security Specialist, Database Administrator, Information Systems Manager, Data Analyst, Network Manager, Security Specialist, Software Developer, Software Tester, Systems Administrator, Systems Analyst, Systems Integrator and Team Leader. Electives can be chosen to suit the student’s likely career path.
A bachelor's degree or postgraduate qualification in information technology or related subject with at least a B grade average at Level 7 or 8, and be deemed to have the acquired skills and knowledge through relevant work or professional experience.
*Domestic fee displayed is for 18-months, or 1.5 years of study (equivalent to 180 credits) but is subject to annual fee increases.
Minimum IELTS (academic) score of 6.5 with no band score lower than 6, or equivalent.
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*International fee displayed is for 1.5 years of study (equivalent to 180 credits) and does not include insurance, administration and student service fees. For more details, please email: email@example.com.
This qualification is offered by Whitireia and WelTec.
On 1 September 2022, the operations of Whitireia and WelTec transferred to the Whitireia and WelTec business division of Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (Te Pūkenga). As part of this, all existing Whitireia and WelTec programmes transferred to Te Pūkenga.