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1 Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies Online Information Session Guide to Online Enrolment Semester 2, 2013

2 Swinburne 2 Welcome to the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies Information and Communication Technology is a thriving, dynamic industry. Our courses provide graduates with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed, and our strong ties with industry leaders enables our students to gain the professional experience to work in a range of business environments. From astrophysics to project management, Swinburne's Faculty of ICT is the place to start your future career. This Information Session will provide you with the information you need to enrol in your program. We wish you well with your studies and trust you will find your time with us stimulating and rewarding. Welcome

3 Swinburne Program Structures 3 Students must enrol in units based on the requirements listed at the top of your Program Planner. Refer to your Program Planner for specific course information and pre-requisite requirements. Information Systems Management Programs Graduate Certificate of Information Systems Management (I078) 4 units (50 CP) Minimum of 3 Information Systems units Graduate Diploma of Information Systems Management (I088) 8 units (100 CP) Minimum of 5 Information Systems units Master of Information Systems Management (I098) 12 units (150 CP) 9 Core Units, 1 Project Management Unit, 1 Information Systems Practice Unit and 1 Elective Un it Master of Information Systems Management / Master of Business Administration (A098) 18 units (225 CP) 8 Core Information Systems Units, 6 Business Core Units, 1 IS Project Management Unit, 1 MBA HR Unit, 1 MBA Management Unit and 1 MBA Elective Unit

4 Swinburne 4 Information Technology Project Management Programs Information Technology Business Analysis Programs Graduate Certificate of Information Technology Project Management (I178) 4 units (50 CP) 3 Core and 1 Elective Unit Graduate Diploma of Information Technology Project Management (I188) 8 units (100 CP) 8 Core Units Master of Information Technology Project Management (I198) 12 units (150 CP) 1 Introductory IS Option Unit, 1 Accounting Option Unit, 2 Stage 1 Options Units, 3 Stage 2 Core Units and 5 Stage 2 Options Units Graduate Certificate of Information Technology Business Analysis (I177) 4 units (50 CP) 4 Core Units Graduate Diploma of Information Technology Business Analysis (I187) 8 units (100 CP) 5 Core Units, 2 Options Units and 1 Business Analysis Elective Unit Master of Information Technology Business Analysis (I197) 16 units (200 CP) 8 Business Analysis Core Units, 1 Foundation Option Unit, 1 Accounting Option Unit, 1 Project Management Option Unit, 1 Project Option Unit and 4 Business Analysis Elective Units

5 Swinburne 5 Please click on the link to see the Program Planners Graduate Certificate of Information Systems Management – I078 Graduate Diploma of Information Systems Management – I088 Master of Information Systems Management – I098 Master of Information Systems Management / Master of Business Administration – A098 Graduate Certificate of Information Technology Project Management – I178 Graduate Diploma of Information Technology Project Management – I188 Master of Information Technology Project Management – I198 Graduate Certificate of Information Technology Business Analysis – I177 Graduate Diploma of Information Technology Business Analysis – I187 Master of Information Technology Business Analysis – I197 Program Planners

6 Swinburne 6 Exemptions/Credit may be granted for prior study and/or professional experience. When you enrol online, you must indicate that you are accepting or applying for exemptions. Your exemptions assessment is based on the documentation submitted with your application. You will not be enrolled into units for which you have been granted exemptions. Exemptions are normally finalised at the time of enrolment. Students may be required to attend an exemptions session as indicated on Online Enrolment and/or your offer letter. Exemptions/Credit

7 Swinburne 7 Your Personal Details It is the student's responsibility to ensure that Swinburne has current contact details. This is done through SwinLink.SwinLink Student Once your enrolment is confirmed you will be issued with a Swinburne address. You must check your Swinburne at least once a week to receive important information relevant to your studies. This is the universitys official means of communication and we expect that you will use this in your correspondence with us. Student Responsibilities

8 Swinburne 8 Important Dates Monday 12 August Semester 2 commences Friday 18 August Last day to add units to your Semester 2 enrolment Friday 6 September Semester 2 Census Date For more dates, please go to the 2013 Academic Calendar2013 Academic Calendar

9 Swinburne 9 For information on fee payment due dates please refer to Useful DatesUseful Dates Failure to make payment by the due date will incur a $200 Fee. The due date is shown on the Confirmation of Enrolment and Tax Invoice. Student Services and Amenities Fee for Domestic Students This fee can be used for student services which may include advocacy, food, sports and recreation, childcare, counselling, legal, health, housing and employment as well as independent student representation structures. Students who are eligible to defer HECS-HELP/FEE-HELP are also eligible to defer their Student Services and Amenities fee. To defer your Student Services and Amenities fee, you need to complete a Request for SA-HELP Assistance form and return it to your faculty by the due date on your Confirmation of Enrolment and Tax Invoice. The SA-HELP form is available from the Student Fees website.Student Fees website Swinburne Fees

10 1.Read your Student Enrolment Guide 2.Know your Program Planner and use it 3.Check the Academic Calendar regularly 4.Check your student account regularly 5.Engage with your peers and our support services and ask questions Top Five Tips!


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