Certificates of Proficiency - Digital Technologies

Keen to study a stand alone course?

At MIT you can apply to study an individual course to gain proficiency in a specific area.

See your individual course options, fees and when they are offered.

Please note:

  • Certificates of Proficiency (COP) are not recommended for international students.
  • If your intention is to complete a full programme, please enrol into the programme. Studying an individual Certificates of Proficiency (COP) is not a pathway towards a formal qualification.
  • Certificates of Proficiency (COP) may be cross credited to a programme.
  • Grade’s achieved through studying a COP are not transferable to a programme.
Level 4

Course Code and Name

Fee (Domestic students only)

Q1
(19 February – 13 April)

Q2
(7 May – 29 June)

Q3
(23 July – 14 September)

Q4
(8 October – 30 November)

562.412 Developing Software

$816

 

 

563.402 Stepping into IT

$816

 

 

563.403 Information Systems Solutions

$816

 

 

566.401 Creating Websites

$816

 

 

Level 5

Course Code and Name

Fee (Domestic students only)

Q1
(19 February – 13 April)

Q2
(7 May – 29 June)

Q3
(23 July – 14 September)

Q4
(8 October – 30 November)

501.502 IT and Team Communication

$816

502.521 Fundamentals of Software Development

$816

 

 

502.522 Object Oriented Programming

Pre-requisite:
502.521 Fundamentals of Software Development

Co-requisite:
502.523 System Analysis and Design

$816

 

 

502.523 System Analysis and Design

Co-requisite:
502.522 Object Oriented Programming

$816

 

 

502.524 Fundamentals of Business Intelligence

Co-requisite:
564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

502.525 Front-End Web Development

$796

 

 

561.590 Business Information Systems

$816

564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

565.586 Computer Architecture

$816

 

 

565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

565.588 IT Support and Services

$816

 

 

565.589 Fundamentals of Computer Systems Administration

$816

 

 

Level 6

Course Code and Name

Fee (Domestic students only)

Q1
(19 February – 13 April)

Q2
(7 May – 29 June)

Q3
(23 July – 14 September)

Q4
(8 October – 30 November)

502.632 Full Stack Web Development

Pre-requisite:
502.525 Front-End Web Development;
502.522 Object-Oriented Programming
AND 564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

502.633 Software Engineering

Pre-requisite:
502.523 System Analysis and Design

$816

 

 

502.634 User Experience and User Interface Design (UX/UI Design)

Pre-requisite:
502.522 Object-Oriented Programming
AND
502.523 System Analysis and Design

$816

 

 

561.645 Professional Practice in IT

Pre-requisite:
501.502 IT and Team Communication

$816

 

 

561.647 Information Security

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND
565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

562.613 Applied Data Structures

Pre-requisite:
502.522 Object-Oriented Programming
AND 502.634 UX/UI Design

$816

 

 

562.614 Applied Software Testing

Pre-requisite:
502.522 Object-Oriented Programming

$796

 

 

562.615 Cloud Computing for Software Developers

Pre-requisite:
502.522 Object-Oriented Programming
AND 564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

562.616 Automated System Deployment

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture AND 565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

562.617 Messaging Services

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND
565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

563.683 Change and Project Management in IT

$816

 

 

563.684 Big Data Analysis

Pre-requisite:
502.524 Fundamentals of Business Intelligence
AND
564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

563.685 Business Statistics for Decision Modelling

$816

 

 

563.686 Data Analytics and Intelligence

Pre-requisite:
502.524 Fundamentals of Business Intelligence

$816

 

 

564.683 Database Application Development

Pre-requisite:
564.532 Introduction to Databases

$816

 

 

565.689 Advanced Server Services

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND
565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

565.690 Network Infrastructure

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND
565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

565.691 Directory Services

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND 565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

565.692 Software Defined Networking

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND
565.587 Computer Networks

$796

 

 

565.693 Wireless Networks

Pre-requisite:
565.586 Computer Architecture
AND 565.587 Computer Networks

$816

 

 

Level 7

Course Code and Name

Fee (Domestic students only)

Q1
(19 February – 13 April)

Q2
(7 May – 29 June)

Q3
(23 July – 14 September)

Q4
(8 October – 30 November)

502.714 Hot Topic in Software

$816

 

 

502.715 Mobile Application Development

Pre-requisite:
564.532 Introduction to Databases;
502.522 Object Oriented Programming
AND 502.634 UX/UI Design

$816

 

 

563.783 Management of ICT

Pre-requisite:
561.590 Business Information Systems
AND 563.683 Change & Project Management in IT

$816

563.784 Advanced Data Analytics

Pre-requisite:
563.686 Data Analytics & Intelligence, 563.684 Big Data Analysis
AND 563.685 business Statistics for Decision Modelling

$816

 

 

563.785 Hot Topic in Data Analytics

$816

 

 

565.783 Hot Topic in Networking

Pre-requisite:
565.690 Network Infrastructure
AND 565.691 Directory Services

$816

 

 

565.784 Cloud Computing

Pre-requisite:
565.690 Network Infrastructure
AND 565.691 Directory Services

$816

 

 

For Course Summaries see page 25 of the Programme Guide.

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Information is correct as at February 2018. Course fees are approximate and are based on the indicative 2018 fee structure and may vary. All fees are in New Zealand Dollars. If your fees are paid by credit card, a credit card fee will be payable in addition to course fees. You will be advised of the current fees at the time of enrolment. All courses will proceed subject to numbers and academic approval. Manukau Institute of Technology is accredited under the provisions of the Education Act 1989. Fees are applicable for domestic students only.

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