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Business computing

Businesses heavily rely on information technology (IT) everyday. IT hugely contributes to the success of organisations, industries and government in many different ways.

Computer science

Computer science covers all the basics of systematic computer design, programming, and development of software and hardware. Studies in this area give you the skills to shape exciting future technological developments.

Games development

Computational science

Computational science refers to the extensive use of computers to carry out scientific studies. This method of conducting research offers new ways to explore and understand data.

Software development

Computers play a huge part in our daily lives. We use them to communicate, pay bills, shop online, play games, and discover news. Computers control devices in our homes, offices and factories, and underpin scientific developments such as the Human Genome Project and sending robots to Mars.

Games development

The computer games industry is worth billions of dollars, even in Australia alone. Apart from avid players and talented electronic artists, the industry relies on games developers with skills in programming, artificial intelligence, and games design.

Multimedia systems

Modern day multimedia systems enable us to experience rich and exciting audio-visual content across a wide variety of platforms.

Multimedia development

Network computing

Our world runs on networks. We use the phone and the internet every day. But behind these, complex computer networks are at play – and their technology is constantly evolving.

Information management

Information management aims to help the development of organisations, communities and individuals by improving information flows and recorded memory. It involves the design, development, implementation, management, use and evaluation of library, archival and record keeping systems and services.