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National Center For Women & Information Technology

The Information Technology Sector is central to the nation’s security, economy, and public health and safety as businesses, governments, academia, and private citizens are increasingly dependent upon Information Technology Sector functions. As part of the College of Computing and Software Engineering, the IT Department offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Science in IT (BSIT) , Bachelor of Applied Science (BASIT – requiring a 2 year AAS degree from one of our Technical College System of GA schools), and the Master of Science in IT (MSIT).

All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional) automatically receive a La Trobe or Industry-sponsored scholarship of A$2000 per year for the first two years of study, on top of the A$20,000 industry scholarship or salary as negotiated with your employer.

If you are a national of any other country you may need a visa to study in the UK. Please see our Visas …

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A Blueprint For Getting More Women Into Information Technology

The Information Technology Agreement (ITA) was concluded by 29 participants at the Singapore Ministerial Conference in December 1996. Information technology careers involve non-IT companies; these are companies that are not information technology based but ones that require proficiency with computers and the technology. When John was trying to get his business started up one thing that he overlooked was the value of information technology.information technology

At that age, it is hardly differences between the sexes in annual salary (typically $6,000) or glass ceilings that can obstruct promotion. Information can take any form including file data, multimedia, telephony data and Web data, data from sensors or future formats. You can combine your IT skills with business, social sciences and humanities through elective subjects or refine your IT skills further in web engineering, computer technology, security and information systems analysis. If present trends continue, many of these young women will get jobs after …