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11–12Enterprise Computing 11–12 (2022) Syllabus

Implementation from 2024

Course overview

The Enterprise Computing 11–12 Syllabus aligns with the Computing Technology Life Skills 11–12 Syllabus to provide opportunities for integrated delivery.

Through collaborative curriculum planning, it may be decided that Life Skills outcomes and content are the most appropriate option for some students with intellectual disability.

Course structure and requirements

Course numbers:

  • Enterprise Computing (Year 11, 2 units): TBA
  • Enterprise Computing (Year 12, 2 units): TBA

Exclusions:

  • Computing Technology Life Skills (Year 11, 2 units): TBA
  • Computing Technology Life Skills (Year 12, 2 units): TBA
  • Technology Life Skills (Year 11, 2 units): TBA*
  • Technology Life Skills (Year 11, 2 units): TBA*

*Where Computing Technology is undertaken within the course.

Connection between syllabus content and Learning through project work. More details in text following diagram.
Figure 1: The organisation of content for Enterprise Computing 11–12 Syllabus

Image long description: This is a diagram outlining the organisation of content for the Enterprise Computing 11–12 Syllabus. Content is listed in boxes. Interactive media and the user experience, Networking systems and social computing, and Principles of cybersecurity fall under Year 11 on the left. Data science, Data visualisation, Intelligent systems and Enterprise project fall under Year 12 on the right. In the middle is Learning through project work, with lines coming from this box and encircling the content. Surrounding all content of the diagram is a line which is joined at the bottom by a box labelled, Skills. This demonstrates that Skills is being both developed and used in all focus areas.

Year 11 course structure and requirements

The Year 11 course provides students with the opportunity to develop and apply an understanding of enterprise computing systems in the safe and secure usage and storage of data. This is done by manipulating tools and resources while being aware of their social, ethical and legal implications.

Year 11 course (120 hours)

Year 11Indicative hours
Interactive Media and the User Experience40
Networking Systems and Social Computing40
Principles of Cybersecurity40

Year 12 course structure and requirements

The Year 12 course provides students with the opportunity to extend their knowledge and understanding of enterprise computing systems. This will then be applied to the development of a major enterprise project using project management skills.

Year 12 course (120 hours)

Year 12Indicative hours
Data Science30
Data Visualisation30
Intelligent Systems30
Enterprise Project30

Enterprise Computing course specifications

Enterprise Computing Course Specifications are an integral part of the course content for Year 11 and Year 12 and indicate the depth of study required for some concepts in the Enterprise Computing 1112 Syllabus. The Enterprise Computing 1112 Syllabus must be applied in conjunction with the Enterprise Computing Course Specifications (available December 2022).