IT & computer science courses

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Introduction to IT & computer science courses

Technology and information drives business, industry, communication, and entertainment. Become the expert that creates and maintains the systems and processes that all fields rely on.

  • Get technical with programming, database design, security and networks.
  • Get strategic with big data, business intelligence and information architecture.
  • Get creative with digital design, social media, and interactive entertainment.

Shape your world. Influence and enhance interactions between people and information. Harness your creative intelligence and become the expert who designs and sustains technology and information essentials.

David studied information systems with Swinburne University through Open Universities Australia

IT & computer science degrees

IT & computer science subjects

Undergraduate UNE-COSC260

Web Programming

Undergraduate UNE-COSC120

Object Oriented Programming

Undergraduate UNE-COSC240

Operating Systems

Undergraduate UNE-ICT101

From Logic to Data Processing

Undergraduate UNE-COSC101

Software Development Studio 1

Undergraduate USA-INFS3080

Data Visualisation

How to become an IT and computer science professional

Code your future as an indispensable expert.

Study technology and information and develop an adaptable and highly portable skillset. Get tech-ready for the workplace.

Collaborate with virtual communities and network with social media. Get enterprising and navigate information and business systems, analyse data, curate and archive records, design digital assets and platforms. Secure networks or design software. Critically analyse complex business issues and adopt new technology. Connect to people and places and navigate cloud computing, mobile learning, and wearable technology. 

The tech industry is growing, the roles are evolving. Get informed about a range of transformative careers in this space and charge up your future. 

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