Accounting and Finance - CIT's Accounting and Finance courses are highly respected by the business, banking and financial communities because it combines hands-on training with comprehensive theoretical knowledge.
Building Design - Building designers may specialise in residential projects, including new buildings, additions or renovations; or they may also undertake commercial and industrial projects, such as factories, motels, offices, restaurants, retail or service outlets and warehouses.
Building Management - Designed to meet the needs of builders and managers of small to medium-sized building businesses, including selecting contractors, overseeing the work and its quality, and liaising with clients.
Business - Provide you with the breadth of skills and knowledge required to understand business and commercial environments. Your skills will be developed across a wide range of business functions.
Business Administration - Gives you practical business and computing skills. You will learn in an exciting real life business environment called the Simulated Business which provides you the opportunity to gain essential experience working with other students all over Australia. Although the products and money are virtual, everything else is real!
Games and Virtual Worlds - Provides you with skills in computer game / simulation design and programming.
Government - Are you currently working in the public sector and need a qualification that will build on your current skills and knowledge?
Information Technology - Includes Software Development, Testing, Networking, Networking and Cyber Security, Statistical Analysis short course, CISCO Training, Oracle SQL and PL/SQL Training etc.
Interior Design - There is no better place to start your career in interior design than at CIT. You'll graduate ready to work in the industry.
Legal - Enrol in one of these legal courses to progress your career, take it in a new and exciting direction, or develop new skills and knowledge for your current role.
Library and Information Services - provides the knowledge and skills base required by Library Technicians for the effective organisation and management of information to suit customer access needs.
Management - Includes Small Business Management, Human Resources Management, Leadership and Management, Workplace and Business Coaching and Security and Risk Management etc.
Project Management - Designed for people currently working in project administration, assisting with major projects or those who are required to complete small projects.
Technical - Gives you the engineering skills and knowledge required for an engineering draftsperson producing engineering drawings or a technical officer involved in basic project management, procurement and sales within an engineering or manufacturing work environment.