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Course results for Bachelor Degree IT & computer science Degrees
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RMI-CPT-DEG | Undergraduate
IT reliability is crucial to business success
Learn how to develop, install and customise an organisation’s technology infrastructure, Gain the skills to provide ongoing maintenance and support of network administration, IT systems, business applications and websites.
GRF-CSC-DEG | Undergraduate
Get ready to work at the cutting edge of technology
Establish fundamentals in programming and maths, then choose to major in software development or data science and AI. Take part in the work-integrated learning program to build your connections and confidence—it could also help you land a dream job!
GRF-BIT-DEG | Undergraduate
Bridge the gap between the classroom and the IT industry
Establish solid foundations in systems and coding. Consider a major including networks and security, or software development. Progress to work integrated learning where you get job-ready, applying theory to practice, forming new connections.
USA-BDA-DEG | Undergraduate
Transform data into meaningful insight
Become the highly valued professional that helps business make better-informed decisions. Learn to analyse and visualised data, and feed it up the business to strengthen strategy and planning. Topics include big data, programming, and statistics.
USA-INT-DEG | Undergraduate
A generalist IT degree that lets you shape your career
Develop a broad IT skillset and be ready for new roles as they emerge. With a solid foundation in systems and networking, you’ll find work in almost any industry. Read and write code, explore the cloud, and learn agile values and frameworks.
CUR-AGD-DEG | Undergraduate
Create a new world with game design or animation
Be drawn in by a field which combines project management, technical expertise and creative storytelling. Work in an exciting fast-evolving industry, perhaps as an animator, 3D artist, motion graphics designer, visual effects artist or educator.
SWI-ICT-DEG | Undergraduate
Become an ICT professional
With a dual focus on network technology and software technology, this degree gets you work-ready for the ICT industry. You’ll study IT theory and build your workplace skills. Innovate to solve ICT problems and graduate as a confident IT professional.
LAT-ITD-DEG | Undergraduate
Kick off your IT career with an award-winning degree
Choose the IT degree that’s focused on making you employable at the end of your course. Cover the latest in information systems, software and web development, computer networks and more. Graduate ready to work in a variety of fields.
LAT-TEC-DEG | Undergraduate
Features IT industry collaboration, certification, and projects
Graduate with industry relevant knowledge and experience—and work across almost any sector. You’ll develop your core IT skills in programming, networking and databases. Sharpen your competitive edge with AI and cloud tech to get you job-ready.
MUR-BIT-DEG | Undergraduate
Combine creativity with coding for a winning career
Make the games you love to play! Build a solid IT foundation and get creative with this game design specialisation. Experience gaming through a different lens, where core IT knowledge sets the platform for your artistic skills including 3D animation.
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