Technology careers for the future
Whether you want to investigate cyber attacks or identify hidden patterns in big data, our IT courses offer an immersive learning experience. From day one you’ll have access to the latest software, robotics, VR, animation packages and cyber-physical systems in fully equipped computer labs and studios. You’ll have the opportunity to explore short and long-term work placements within a field of your choice and build invaluable industry connections. Plus, you’ll gain professional accreditation by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) upon graduation – a highly regarded accreditation by future employers.
Disciplines within information technology
Courses within information technology
Bachelor of Artificial Intelligence
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Business Analytics
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Business Analytics
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Design
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)
Bachelor of International Studies/Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Nutrition Science/Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Property and Real Estate/Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion/Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)
Graduate Certificate of Artificial Intelligence
Graduate Certificate of Artificial Intelligence for Business
Graduate Certificate of Cloud Architectures and Solutions
Graduate Certificate of Cyber Law
Graduate Certificate of Cyber Security
Graduate Certificate of Data Analytics
Graduate Certificate of Digital Finance
Graduate Certificate of Emerging Technologies for Supply Chain
Graduate Certificate of Information Systems
Graduate Certificate of Information Technology
Graduate Certificate of Information Technology Management
Graduate Certificate of Internet of Things
Graduate Diploma of Data Science
Master of Applied Artificial Intelligence
Master of Applied Artificial Intelligence (Professional)
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (International)
Master of Commerce
Master of Cyber Security
Master of Cyber Security (Professional)
Master of Data Science
Master of Data Science (Professional)
Master of Information Systems
Master of Information Technology
Master of Information Technology (Professional)
Master of Information Technology Management
Master of Information Technology Management (Professional)
Discover our stackable short courses
Deakin's stackable short courses are designed to give you maximum flexibility in minimum time. Each course can be undertaken individually or in parallel with others. Complete one for a standalone qualification or stack multiple towards a full Deakin degree.
Gain the experience and skills employers value
Whether investigating cyber attacks or identifying hidden patterns in big data, our IT courses provide an immersive learning experience. You'll learn by doing, rather than just seeing – not only will you succeed in your course, you'll also stand out to future employers.
Industry experience in every course
IT students can undertake an internship and complete real-world industry projects to put the knowledge and skills learnt in the classroom into action in a professional work environment. Internships counts towards your degree and helps to develop your professional networks before you graduate.
State-of-the-art technology and facilities
Access the latest software and technologies in fully equipped computer labs. The Robotics and Internet of Things (RIoT) studio has the latest in computing, robotics and cyber-physical systems. Use professional software products, such as programming IDEs, games engines, VR and content development systems.
Earn professional recognition
Most of our IT courses are professionally accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). You can also choose to study Deakin units that lead to Cisco certification, giving you a relevant and practical qualification, as well as an advantage over other graduates when you apply for jobs.
The most rewarding moments of my study at Deakin were the stimulating units and the opportunity to tailor the course to suit my personal interests.
Bachelor of Information Technology
Learn more about Ruvidunu's experiences
'Deakin's wide range of courses and the flexibility of units attracted me to study at Deakin. I had completed my first year of study through a Deakin pathway at the Institute Royal Institute of Colombo in Sri Lanka.
From my experience at Deakin, students get an opportunity to tailor their courses to suit their personal interests. I had the opportunity to pick World Religions as one of my elective units, which was an amazing experience as I had the chance to learn more about different cultures. I also believe that Deakin offers a wide range of student support services and support is always available to students both online and on-campus. Deakin lecturers are also more dedicated to the units and easily accessible to students.
I completed the IT Internship unit during my studies and obtain a cyber security internship at Deakin eSolutions. This was a great experience as I had the chance to learn more about IT Security in an organisation and gain experience working in fast-paced environment.'
Flexible study options
Genuine flexibility is a key feature of our courses. Study full or part time at our Melbourne Burwood or Geelong Waurn Ponds campuses, or online anywhere in the world through Deakin's Cloud Campus. Our generalist and specialised courses offer a diverse range of IT study areas.
Explore the world while you study
Have the opportunity to choose from an array of exciting international programs. Our IT students have travelled to locations including Europe, USA, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Indonesia and Japan to undertake a global study and work experience.
Close industry partnerships
We closely align and maintain strong IT industry links with leading private and public sector representatives, who guide our curriculum programs. This keeps our courses current and relevant to industry needs, which is key where change is constant.
From state-of-the-art technology and facilities to hands-on experience, our students are prepared for an IT role in any industry.
Information technology facilities
Discover Deakin's fully equipped computer labs and spaces, specialised equipment and technologies found in our IT facilities at our Melbourne Burwood Campus.
Study with the best
Computer science at Deakin is ranked in the top 1% globally.* This rating highlights Deakin’s world-class facilities, academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact.
If you're dreaming of an exciting and rewarding career in information technology, we'll help get you there.
- Which information technology degree is for you?
- Understanding the language of IT: Your coding questions answered
- How a Deakin internship led to a career in cyber security
Which information technology degree is for you?
In an industry that only continues to advance, which information technology career best suits you?
Understanding the language of IT: Your coding questions answered
Deakin Professor Peter Eklund breaks down what it's like to study IT at Deakin and how you'll learn the coding languages to take you from course to career.
How a Deakin internship led to a career in cyber security
Meet Max, a cyber security graduate at Deakin, and learn about the success of his internship program that landed him an opportunity in his dream role.
*2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject.
+Deakin references data from a range of government, higher education and reputable media sources. For more information, visit our list of media references.