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    • Bachelor of Information Technology provides students with a core of IT technical knowledge and also allow a major in Information Systems and/or Networks and Security

    • The program is flexible enough for students to gain expertise in other areas, including those outside the IT domain

    • To be eligible for the award of Bachelor of Information Technology a student must acquire 240 credit point
    • Over 4,000 international students study at UWS every year from around the world: India, China, Canada, Germany, Korea, Thailand, Jordan, and more
    • Many of its courses have been designed to meet the needs of industry and professional organizations
    • University’s industry-trained academics are in touch with the professional world and help provide students with the best possible resources to succeed in studies
    • Provides a challenging study environment which aims to equip today's students with solutions for tomorrow's workplace
    • Has campus populations of 4000 to 6000 students per campus which enables staff and students to interact more closely
    • This program provides students with advanced study across the breadth of specialisations in civil engineering

    • Course is designed to extend and deepen the knowledge and skills gained from an undergraduate degree in civil engineering

    • Program is ideal for professional civil engineers who aspire to develop their design skills and advance their capabilities to analyse and solve structural problems and manage projects across a wide range of real-world civil engineering applications
  1. Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program

    Course Description

    • Mechanical Engineering ia an undergraduate degree and is offered by School of Engineering and Computer Science.

    • The program helps the students to build successful careers in Aerospace and Defense, Bioengineering, Engineering Design and Analysis.
    • Master of Human Resource Management is a postgraduate program offered by the Griffith Business School which enables students to gain a critical appreciation of the role and practice of human resource management (HRM) in local and global business.

    • The program covers all areas of HRM, including strategy and HR, recruitment, training and development, performance management, cross-cultural and diversity management, globalisation and change management.

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