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Bachelor of Computer Science

Undergraduate | CSU-CSC-DEG | 2024

This IT degree offers a games programming specialisation

Get a solid grounding in programming principles and databases. Explore how humans interact with computers and the internet. Touch on AI and consider a games specialisation if that’s what you’re passionate about. Accredited by the ACS.

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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Computer Science

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Entry requirements

Career opportunities

Stand out from the IT crowd in a fast-paced and evolving industry with the Bachelor of Computer Science from Charles Sturt University.

  • Test, promote and conduct market research for new products and software packages for a range of platforms.
  • Create the code
  • Take up a leading role in developing computer graphics and software or be at the forefront of the latest machine learning developments.
  • Be your own boss
  • Take charge of your career as a contractor or consultant. Computer science jobs range from computer or information technology analyst, programmer, software or systems engineer, to game or mobile application developer.

Professional recognition

Professional Accreditation

This course is professionally accredited by - Australian Computer Society (ACS)

Please refer to the Charles Sturt Professional Accreditation resource for specific information and a link to the accreditation body.

Career outlook

ICT Business and Systems Analysts:
Over $120K
ICT Security Specialists:
Unknown average
Software and Applications Programmers:
$93K to $120K

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