School of Information Technology
IT students on IJN projects
Technology is at the heart of healthcare and a group of undergraduates were happy to provide input on system improvements.
The power to make a difference
Our accredited courses transform graduates into highly skilled and sought after IT professionals, equipped to work globally.
Our reputation and rankings
Monash is a member of Australia's prestigious Group of Eight (Go8) universities, recognised for excellence in teaching, learning, research and graduate outcomes.
Where you can find us
There are four schools of IT across Australia, Malaysia and South Africa. You’ll find our faculty office at the Caulfield campus.
Master of Business Information System
A degree in IT offers a wealth of career opportunities, attractive salary packages, and flexibility. Best of all, you don't need a background in science to apply for a Bachelors degree! With a global demand for our IT courses, a Monash degree is suit the career you want.
Master of Business Information System appeal to those looking to pursue a advanced career in the best of both worlds - the business and IT world.
It is an unique program that is suitable for students with previous qualifications in any discipline with an understanding of data science, business intelligence and enterprise system to a level of depth and sophistication consistent with senior professional practice.
The PhD and Masters by research degrees within the Faculty of IT traditionally appeal to those looking to pursue a career relating to Intelligent Systems. Our range of research degrees includes joint PhD programs with international institutions.
Successful completion of the program will signify that the holder has completed a course of postgraduate training in research under proper academic supervision and delivered to be a significant contribution to knowledge and which demonstrates the candidate's capacity to carry out independent research.
Research & Scholarships
The Intelligent Health Research Group brings together transdisciplinary teams of researchers to collaboratively work on significant problems at the intersection of technology and medicine, pushing the boundaries of fundamental and applied research to define and deliver health care into the next century. A driving motivation behind our research is to innovate solutions that redefine the state-of-the-art in health care and to make the state-of-of-the-art available to all.
The groups projects are themed around the visionary idea of a futuristic smart hospital, advancing:
- Information Technology Usage, Information Retrieval and Education Technology in Healthcare
- Disease Informatics
- Assistive Healthcare Technology