Australian Institute of Commerce & Technology

A Bachelor of Commerce at Curtin can be the extra qualifications you need to get your foot in the door in the industry. These are the vocational courses at the Australian Institute of Commerce and Technology for which you may receive credit toward a Curtin degree.

Australian Institute of Commerce
and Technology course
Curtin courseMaximum CRL
to be granted
Diploma of Information Technology NetworkingBachelor of Commerce (Business Information Systems major)200
Diploma of Information Technology NetworkingBachelor of Commerce (Business Information Technology major)200
Diploma of Information Technology NetworkingBachelor of Commerce (Business Information Technology and Systems double major)75

Important information to note

  • To be eligible for credit, you must have started studying one of the above AICT courses after 19 December 2013 and before 18 December 2018 and enrol in the associated Curtin course within 10 years of finishing.
  • Some Curtin courses require previous study to be completed more recently than 10 years and the granting of some credit may depend on the major and/or units you choose in your Curtin course.
  • An offer for the listed Curtin course will be dependent upon there being a vacancy in the course and that you have no sanctions or visa concerns.

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