Q. I can’t log in / I never received my password or registration confirmation.
A. You can reset your password here.
Make sure to check your junk mail folder in your email for the confirmation.
If you didn’t receive an email, you might need to make sure you didn’t make a typo when entering your email address.
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Q. Do IT Masters short courses count towards university credit?
A. Yes! Students who successfully complete three of our short courses will be eligible for one subject of credit towards one of the Charles Sturt University postgraduate qualifications featured on this website. Please note that this credit will be awarded as an unspecified industry elective. Check out the Applying for Credit page for more info.
Q. Do I get a certificate for completing a short course – and if so, what do I have to do?
A. Yes, you’ll be awarded a certificate if you pass the exam of you completing the course. To download it, visit the course page and it will be available under the ‘Assessment’ module.
Q. The short course I’m interested in has already run – can I still access it?
A. You sure can – all materials, including exams and webinar recordings, are made available at https://learn.itmasters.edu.au/ once you’ve registered.
Q. What happens if I can’t make the live webinar?
A. That’s fine – the webinar recording will be uploaded to https://learn.itmasters.edu.au/ within 48 hours.
Q. If I can watch the webinar at any time, why should I attend the live recording?
A. The live webinar gives you a great opportunity to interact with the mentor using the Q&A or to connect with other students in the chat – many of whom will have a lot of industry experience with great insight to share.
Q. What is the duration of the short course?
A. Live courses will run for 4 weeks. If you’re taking a short course that has already run, you can take it at your own pace – be it over a longer or shorter period of time.
Q. Will these short courses qualify me for a job?
A. The short courses alone won’t qualify you for a job. However, they are good to put on your resumé to show prospective employers that you have undertaken independent research.