Queensland University of Technology
Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Science)
Customise your degree to your interest, such as software development, networked systems, information security, intelligent systems, user experience and more.
- Use hardware and software to design and build systems to solve complex problems or issues associated with efficiency, usability, and security.
- Learn software development and networked systems, with the opportunity to gain specific expertise in areas such as information security, networks and communications, intelligent systems, data-centric computing, or user experience.
- Understand how an effective blend of information technology skills and business knowledge shape industries of the future in an ACS (Australian Computer Society) accredited course with international recognition.
- Get career-ready for roles such as software developer, systems analyst, programmer, mobile application developer, website developer, user experience designer, network administrator, security analyst, computer scientist, systems programmer, or data mining specialist.
Why choose this course?
You can customise your degree to suit your interests. You will learn software development and networked systems, with the opportunity to gain specific expertise in areas such as information security, networks, and communications, intelligent systems, data-centric computing, or user experience.
In your first year, you’ll complete your common IT units including an introduction to computer systems, learning design and build principles, and developing databases. You’ll also learn programming principles.
Focusing on your major, you will develop application design and development skills, and learn discrete structures, software development, and networks. You’ll develop knowledge in advanced concepts of algorithms and complexity. You will have practical, hands-on experiences throughout your course. In addition, you will have the option of further specialisations through the choice of your minors or second major.
Your final year is your opportunity to showcase your skills with a major project. Your project will be for a real-world client and will be unveiled at the IT and Games Showcase, held at the end of the year.
$37,100 per year full-time