Diploma of Systems Analysis and Design

If you have completed a Diploma of Systems Analysis and Design [ICT50815] or [ICT50818] with TAFENSW you have guaranteed entry into the Bachelor of Information Systems or Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology and you will have up to 80 credit points applied to your University record, this is approximately one year of full time study in credit.

Credit details for the Diploma of Systems Analysis and Design
Pathway codeDegreeCredit grantedCredit details

17L0168               (ICT50815)

20L0139                (ICT50818)

Bachelor of Information Systems 3687up to 80 credit points
(160 credit points remain)
Pathway to BIS credit details

17L0180               (ICT50815)

20L0144 (ICT50818)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology 3639up to 80 credit points
(160 credit points remain)
Pathway to BICT credit details

Next steps for current students:

  1. Complete section 1 and 2 of the enrolment process, as detailed on the How do I enrol webpage(opens in a new window)
  2. Claim your Pathways credit online(opens in a new window)
  3. Continue from section 3 of the enrolment process.

If there is no pathway listed from your completed qualification to your chosen degree, please instead lodge an application for Advanced Standing(opens in a new window) to be assessed for potential credit.

Credit details for the Bachelor of Information Systems or Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology ICT50815:

  • 10cp - 100483 Principles of Professional Communication 1
  • 10cp - 300585 Systems Analysis and Design
  • 60cp - unspecified electives

Credit details for the Bachelor of Information Systems or Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology ICT50818:

  • 10cp - 100483 Principles of Professional Communication 1
  • 10cp - 300585 Systems Analysis and Design
  • 30cp - unspecified electives

Students may receive an additional 30cps of advanced standing on application. Advanced standing will be mapped based on electives completed as part of the diploma. In unable to be mapped to specified units, they will be awarded as unspecified electives.