IT Diploma Bridging Program (WSI)

If you have completed the IT Diploma Bridging Program [14516] with the Western Sydney Institute(WSI) of TAFENSW you have guaranteed entry into the Bachelor of Information Systems, Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology or Bachelor of Computer Science and you will have 80 credit points applied to your University record, this is equivalent to one year of full time study in credit. Your resulting residual program of university study will allow you to complete your chosen degree in two years.

Credit details for the IT Diploma Bridging Program (WSI)
Pathway codeDegreeCredit grantedCredit details
14L0059Bachelor of Information Systems 368780 credit points
(160 credit points remain)
Pathway to BIS credit details

14L0058

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology 363980 credit points
(160 credit points remain)
Pathway to BICT credit details
14L0060Bachelor of Computer Science 350680 credit points
(160 credit points remain)

Pathway to BCompSc 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, Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology and Bachelor of Computer Science:

  • 10cp - 300580 Programming Fundamentals
  • 10cp - 300585 Systems Analysis and Design*
  • 10cp - 300565 Computer Networking
  • 10cp - 300104 Database Design and Development
  • 10cp - 300582 Technologies for Web Applications
  • 10cp - 100483 Principles of Professional Communication 1
  • 20cp - unspecified electives

* Unit 300585 Systems Analysis and Design will be considered a specified elective for the Bachelor of Computer Science.