In 2018, Charles Sturt University and IT Masters will be introducing extra student intakes. As well as the three regular sessions, additional sessions will be commencing in January, May and August. This will mean that there will be six opportunities to start online study in 2018, adding more flexibility for students – you can start whenever you are ready.
You can start in any of the six intakes, with subjects on offer from across all of our degrees.
When are the new sessions?
The new sessions will start on 8 January, 21 May and 27 August 2018.
I’m a current student, can I enrol in these extra sessions?
The six session pilot is currently limited to new students only. If the pilot continues beyond 2018, current students may be able to enrol in the extra sessions.
Can I fast-track my course by studying in these extra sessions?
It is possible to complete your course faster by taking subjects in the new sessions, but there may be some overlap between pilot sessions and regular sessions if you choose to enrol in two sessions at once. We recommend that every student in the pilot sessions creates an individual enrolment plan with IT Masters.
How many subjects can I take in these new sessions?
We recommend students take one subject during the pilot sessions. This is because there may be some overlap between sessions as you merge back into the main sessions.
Will the new sessions have online exams?
We are encouraging all students to take their exams online in 2018. Online exam supervision is provided by ProctorU. If you prefer or need a paper exam, we can still arrange for one to be available at an examination centres.
Will there be overlap between sessions?
What subjects are available in the new sessions?
Session 201815 (commences 8 January)
- ITC506 Topics in IT Ethics
- ITE516 Hacking Countermeasures
- MGI511 Project Management Fundamentals Session
201845 (commences 21 May)
- ITC561 Virtualisation and Cloud Computing
- ITI581 Cyber Security Fundamentals
- MGI521 Professional Communications Session
201875 (commences 27 August)
- ITC518 Principles of Programming using C#
- ITC593 Network Security and Cryptography
- ITE513 Forensics Investigation
- MGI512 The Project Lifecycle
Which courses is this relevant to?
All IT Masters courses will be participating in this trial:
- Master of Business Administration (Computing)
including Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (Computing)
- Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation
including Graduate Certificate in Cloud Computing and Virtualisation
- Master of Cyber Security
including Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security
- Graduate Certificate in Industry Computing
- Master of Information Systems Security
including Graduate Certificate in Information Systems Security
- Master of Management (Information Technology – with specialisations)
including Graduate Certificate in Management (Information Technology)
- Master of Mobile Applications Development
including Graduate Certificate in Mobile Applications Development
- Master of Networking and Systems Administration
including Graduate Certificate in Networking and Systems Administration
- Master of Project Management
including Graduate Diploma of Project Management and Graduate Certificate in Project Management