Learn the language of the future via our ICT50718 Diploma of Software Development specialising in Android Mobile Applications. These skills are also transferable to other areas of coding.
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Coding is the new literacy. Gain creative, transferable skills in software development by completing the ICT50718 Diploma of Software Development, specialising in Android Mobile Apps.
This course will teach you how to develop apps for Google Android using leading industry development platforms and tools.
You’ll study core units in programming and project management and will learn how to stay up-to-date with trends in mobile app development. What’s more, you’ll be trained by active industry professionals and be given the option to design an app that you can commercialise before course completion.
So, if you want to join a rapidly growing industry rife with skills that can transfer to smart washing machines and cars, sensors and much more, this is the qualification for you. Don’t succumb to a boring career – grow your options with software development.
This can also be completed as a Professional Development Course via our Subscription model.
Australis College has partnered with Charles Darwin University (CDU) to create an articulation agreement for the ICT50718 Diploma of Software Development (Mobile Applications Android). Completion of this course may result in credit into the Bachelor of Computer Science (WCOMS1) (60cp). *60cp = 25% of a full 3 year course (full 3 year course = 240cp). Completion of this course may also result in credit into the Bachelor of Computer Science/Master of Technology (HCSIT1) (60cp). The full course is 400 cp.
You can confirm your eligibility by using the CDU credit calculator.
Australis College has partnered with Griffith University to create an articulation agreement for the ICT50718 Diploma of Software Development (Mobile Applications Android). Completion of this course may result in 80 credit points towards the Bachelor of Information Technology.
Entry is subject to Griffith University Standards.
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This qualification has 16 units of competency.
|Unit of Competency||Unit of Competency Code|
|Apply intermediate programming skills in another language||ICTPRG418|
|Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills||ICTPRG527|
|Apply testing techniques for software development||ICTPRG529|
|Manage ICT Projects||ICTPMG501|
|Manage a project using software management tools||ICTPRG502|
|Apply software development methodologies||ICTICT403|
|Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment||ICTICT418|
|Validate an application design against specifications||ICTPRG520|
|Apply advanced programming skills in another language||ICTPRG523|
|Apply advanced object-oriented language skills||ICTPRG532|
|Build advanced user interface||ICTPRG505|
|Implement security for applications||ICTPRG507|
|Develop advanced mobile multi-touch applications||ICTPRG601|
|Deploy an application to a production environment||ICTPRG504|
|Debug and monitor applications||ICTPRG503|
|Design digital applications||CUADIG502|
As the assessment for the unit ‘CUADIG502 Design digital applications’ includes components of assessments from other units in this qualification, CUADIG502 can only be issued once all other units have been successfully completed and a full qualification is being issued.
The table below outlines the fees associated for each subject and the Units of Competency that the Subject covers.