University of Tasmania

Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology

University of Tasmania
Institution rating
4.1
Duration
From 3 yearsfull-time(part-time available)
Study mode
On-campus
Next start date
February

Why study this course

The BICT offers core knowledge and specialist units across the complete spectrum of Computing and Information Technology. They range from non-technical areas such as the nature of information and the organisational need for ICT; to the hardware, software, network and creative technologies used to satisfy these needs; to the communication, design, development and management skills needed to create and implement ICT components. In addition, students will be provided with the organisational skills needed to work within a business environment, including working as a team and independently; developing user-centred solutions; communicating effectively; problem-solving; community and social awareness; professional conduct; and industry best practice.


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Roles related to this course: Web Developer, Software Developer, Business Analyst, Service Desk Analyst, and 3 more.

Where is this course offered?

Available campuses

  • Hobart
  • Launceston

The course duration and available study modes can vary depending on the campus.

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Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology
University of Tasmania
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Published Oct 2018
Bachelor of Information and Communication TechnologyUniversity of Tasmania
Graduation date2016
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
I mean once I got a job I feel like one or two units of the 24 I did really helped me out. There is a lot of emphasis on being a business analyst. I feel like a business degree would help you more in this case. There are a few units to do with professional practices which is basically "how to not be an idiot in the work place". When I started there were easily a hundred students in the intro units. I graduated with 12 of my peers. I coasted through and didn't try very hard to do well. CR/DN average. I'd recommend this to others just because if you're somewhat intelligent with a bit of motivation you can get through it and then struggle to find a job in IT afterwards.
Response from University of Tasmania
Thank you for your review, and your honest assessment of the course. We're always looking to improve, so you can email [email protected] if you would like to share any further feedback.
Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of Information and Communication TechnologyUniversity of Tasmania
Graduation date2018
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
There were some unhelpful or uninteresting course units, but other than those it was pretty good.
Response from University of Tasmania
Thank you for leaving a review. If you would like to give further detail about those courses you found unhelpful please send an email to [email protected]
Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of Information and Communication TechnologyUniversity of Tasmania
Graduation date2018
Study modeBlended
Student review
Many great lecturers that both know what they are talking about and teach it well. Great opportunities along with a good selection of electives with lots of industry relevant content in required units.
Response from University of Tasmania
Thank you for your review!

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Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology