Enrolments: 258,418

Master Degree and Graduate Certificate Course Enrolments: 7,138

The total number of Master degree and Graduate Certificate enrolments since Charles Sturt University and IT Masters launched our first qualification in 2003.

Short Course Enrolments: 251,280

The total number of enrolments in our free short courses that we offer as a ‘taster’ of what it is like to study via Distance Education with Charles Sturt University.

Mobile Applications Development Credit

According to Australian government regulations, a maximum of 50% of a course’s subjects can be credited. Credit is granted on the basis of:

  1. Post Graduate Study

This is assessed on Course Application. You will be advised of the outcome via your emailed offer for a place on the CSU course. Completed subject(s) needs to match at least 80% of the content of the subject you are applying for credit for and completed in the last 10 years.

  1. Free Short Courses

Successful completion of 3 live University Short Courses will award one subject credit for an elective subject. Please contact Admin to discuss which credit you are eligible for.

  1. Industry Certifications

See table of verified Certifications for credit below.

Master of Mobile Applications Development Credit

Credit Table

SUBJECT CREDITED CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
Core Subjects
ITC518 Principles of Programming using C# Microsoft – 70-483 Programming in C#
ITE508 Developing Windows Applications for the Web
  • Microsoft – 70-519 Designing and developing web applications using Microsoft .NET Framework 4 or
  • Microsoft – 70-486 Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications.
Elective Subjects 
ITC561 Cloud Computing Microsoft – MCSE Private Cloud (2012) 
ITE517 Developing Applications for Windows Phones and Mobile Devices
  • Microsoft – 70-599 Designing and Developing Windows Phone Applications or
  • Microsoft – 70-482 Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 and JavaScript or
  • Microsoft – 70-485 Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#
ITE518 Agile Project Management PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®).
ITE523 Virtualization
  • VMware VCP or
  • 70-409 Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Centre

IT Masters recognises that many applicants have completed industry certifications that do not correspond with subjects that we run. These are referred to as unspecified credits. Certifications not on this list will be assessed upon application or upon request for current students.

Certifications must be completed within the last 10 years, be relevant to the course and meet CSU’s credit criteria in order to be considered.

Other industry certifications

Some industry certifications require more study and demonstration of knowledge. Level 1 certifications give you credit for 1 subject. Level 2 certifications give you credit for 2 subjects. Level 3 certifications give you credit for 3 subjects.

Level 2 Certifications

  • MCSD Windows Store Apps Using HTML – 2 Subject Credits for two unspecified elective Subjects
  • MCSD Windows Store Apps Using C# – 2 Subject Credits for Subject ITC518 and one unspecified elective subject.

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Graduate Certificate in Mobile Applications Development Credit

Credit Table

SUBJECT CREDITED CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
ITC561 Cloud Computing Microsoft – MCSE Private Cloud (2012)
ITE508 Developing Windows Applications for the Web
  • Microsoft – 70-519 Designing and developing web applications using Microsoft .NET Framework 4 or
  • Microsoft – 70-486 Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications.
ITE517 Developing Applications for Windows Phones and Mobile Devices
  • Microsoft – 70-599 Designing and Developing Windows Phone Applications or
  • Microsoft – 70-482 Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 and JavaScript or
  • Microsoft – 70-485 Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#
ITE518 Agile Project Management PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®).
ITE523 Virtualization
  • VMware VCP or
  • 70-409 Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Centre

These credit maps are for students commencing in 2018. Students who commenced in 2016 should refer to the 2016 credit maps, 2014 and 2015 should refer to the 2015 credit maps, and students who started in 2013 should refer to the 2013 credit maps.