Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Engineering)

Get the network engineering skills you need in our Bachelor of Information Technology.

Learn how to design, implement, monitor and manage networks to build our digital future. La Trobe’s major in network engineering equips you with the valuable skills you need to succeed in almost any industry.

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Some career outcomes include:

  • network engineer
  • systems engineer
  • development engineer
  • program analyst.

When you study network engineering as your major, your award will be Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Engineering). This means potential employers will see the specialised skills you gained at La Trobe University.

Learn more about the network engineering major as part of the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Engineering)

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Study your way with our Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Engineering)

With more flexibility than ever, our Bachelor of Information Technology is designed to let you follow your interests while giving you a solid foundation in core IT skills. This means you can tailor your study to match your career goals and build skills in a way that suits you. You can now:

  • major in network engineering with subjects aligned to industry growth
  • gain real-world experience with industry-leading partner organisations
  • study flexibly online or at our Melbourne, Bendigo or Sydney campuses.

How to apply

  • If you’re a Year 12 student from Victoria, you can lodge an application via the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). Your application will then be assessed based on your Year 12 results.

  • Visit our VTAC page to find out more about how to apply for the Bachelor of Business.

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