Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
- All applicants require basic computer literacy skills, must be able to use generic application software (word processor, spreadsheet, database) and have some experience in an operating system such as Windows or similar.
- Applicants under 20 years must have EITHER:
- NCEA Level 2 or equivalent NZQA unit standards with credits in English, Mathematics and Information Technology, OR
- An appropriate qualification, such as the National Certificate in Computing Level 4 (NCC4) qualification or NZ PC Drivers Licence.
- Mature students, aged 20 years or over need no formal qualifications but should be able to provide evidence of their ability to study at a tertiary level.
- An entry test and interview are designed to establish the applicant’s current level of ability in a number of areas relevant to the computer industry. Prospective students must be able to use generic application software (word processor, spreadsheet, and database) and have some practical experience in an operating system.
- Business Communication
- Computer Systems
- Financial Information Systems
- Information Systems
- Introduction to eCommerce
- Programming I
- Social Implications of Computing Technology
- Fundamental Web Programming and Design
- Network Infrastructure