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  • University of Tasmania

    Become a cyber security professional

    An IT course that meets growing industry demand for graduates with practical skills. You’ll cover IT fundamentals including programming and networks. Learn how to manage real-world cyber security problems and work as a cyber security technologist.

  • Torrens University Australia

    TUA-UWB-ADG | Undergraduate

    Craft compelling interactive experiences for web, mobile and socials

    Study UX online with creative academic leaders in this DIA-recognised course. You’ll combine practical coding and digital media skills. Use design thinking and consider human needs and behaviours. Help customers interact with products and services.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Game theory and programming skills

    Get to work coding commercial games. You’ll experiment on industry-standard engines and gain experience with the PlayStation 5 platform. Learn from experienced educators and start making games from day one.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Break into the game design and development industry

    Develop your artistic and technical skills. You’ll learn about creating modern, commercially viable games. Work on the PlayStation 5 platform and use your free Adobe Creative Cloud Pro licence. Gain practical experience on industry briefs.

  • Torrens University Australia

    TUA-CSE-ADG | Undergraduate

    Break into an ever-evolving field

    Learn about current and emerging cybersecurity threats. You’ll investigate solutions, using IT and problem-solving skills to create a digital fortress. Cover programming, networking, cloud computing and more.

  • Torrens University Australia

    Get ready for the ICT industry

    Build a foundation in programming, software engineering, and information systems. You’ll explore how people interact with technology, then work on IT solutions. You can tailor this course to your interests. Learn on industry-standard software.