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OP7090 Bachelor of Information Technology is closed to new students from Trimester 2, 2017.
Click on the link to find out more about our new degree, OP7091 Bachelor of Information Technology, which is now open for enrolment.
If you were already enrolled in OP7090 Bachelor of Information Technology prior to Trimester 2, 2017, you can continue to enrol in your next course/s to complete your qualification.
Please note, you must complete the degree within six years of your first enrolment in this programme.
The Bachelor of Information Technology is an industry-focused information technology degree which gives you skills that are sought after by employers worldwide. OP7090 Bachelor of Information Technology is supplemented with quality Open University course materials and will help you to become a confident user and manager of information technologies, with practical and in-depth IT knowledge. This internationally recognised degree is offered by distance so you can apply the skills you’re learning straight to your job and take advantage of real life projects in the workplace.
Approximately 10-12 hours study per week for each 20 credit course. This may be higher at assessment or exam time.
Approximate cost for the full qualification based on 2018 fee information, not including annual administration fees, fee increases, textbooks, course materials or external exam fees.
Eligible for student loans, if you meet the criteria. Student loans and eligibility
For information about selecting courses to study towards this qualification, check out the Choose courses tab.
When you achieve this qualification you will be able to:
When you graduate with this degree you will be able to administer and manage networks and database systems, develop new software solutions to meet market or organisational needs or specialise in digital technology, software development, engineering, networking or web technologies.
Every course has an enrolment close-off date. Make sure you know when you need to enrol by.
Every course is assessed differently - some require assignments and others exams. Check the individual course pages for more information.