Bachelor of Information Technology at Asia Pacific International College, Australia



The purpose of the Bachelor of Information Technology is to assist students in acquiring the skills and knowledge required to operate in the field of information technology. 

Students who complete the course receive a solid foundation in all of the important and essential areas of IT as well as the opportunity to specialize in and gain in-depth knowledge in specialized subjects. 

The significant and ongoing shortage of IT skills, particularly in the areas of computer networking and cyber security, is the reason the BIT was established. 

Besides that, students can graduate with a specialization in this area if they select advanced courses that address significant features of computer networks and security. The BIT's networking courses are designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to design and construct large enterprise networks. 

A significant part of the Cisco set of professional certifications, the Cisco Certificate Network Associate exam (CCNA 200-301), is prepared for by students through these courses. 

In order to ensure that graduates are capable of building network systems that are resistant to online threats, cyber security courses assist students in understanding the most recent advancements and patterns in cyber defensive methods.

The National Register of Higher Education Providers now lists APIC courses that have received national accreditation from the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), registration, and addition.

What you will study

Program Structure

  • 9 Core units 

  • 6 Advanced IT units

  • 2 Capstone units

  • 7 Electives

Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully finish the BIT are eligible for:

  1. Integrate the core elements of security and information technology competence.

  1. Investigate the ethical and societal implications of information technology.

  1. Develop innovative technical solutions to common or unusual problems while exhibiting sound judgment and maintaining your intellectual independence.

  1. Convey to those who have a stake in the outcome your conviction that the solutions you have provided are the most viable options.

  1. Deliver an applied capstone project in information technology by using your skills and expertise to develop solutions for problems in information technology.

Career Opportunities

  • Application Developer

  • Business Analyst

  • Business Intelligence Analyst

  • Client Support Specialist

  • Database Administrator

  • Database Architect

  • E-Commerce System Developer

  • Enterprise/Solution Architect and more.

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

Candidates must have completed with success:

  • An Australian Year 12 diploma with a minimum ATAR of 65; OR

  • A minimum ATAR of 65 or the equivalent of an Australian Year 12 at a recognized foreign institution

  • A Certificate IV or higher from a reputable higher education or vocational institution; OR

  • Three or more C-grades on the General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE A); OR

  • A Global Assessment Certificate with a 65 percent or better overall grade; OR

  • An International Baccalaureate diploma.

English Language Requirements

  • IELTS - 6.0

  • TOEFL - 65

  • PTE - 50

Tuition Fee and Scholarships

Tuition fee

  • For domestic students - AU$ 47,280

  • For international students - AU$ 47,280

$ 47,280
  • Level
  • Delivery
    Online and On Campus
  • Duration
    3 years
  • Application Fee
  • Intake
  • Language Test Score
  • Scholarship