Double degrees

This page is designed to help you choose what you are going to study in the first year of your double degree with Information Technology or Computer Science. It will help you make a decision about what units you will enrol in, because enrolling in units is how you formally accept your offer.

Quick Facts - IT Double Degrees

4 year double degrees

Credit points: 192
Course duration: 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
Time limit: 10 years

Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Arts (C2002)
Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Science (C2003)
Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Information Technology (B2017)
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Information Technology (B2025)
Bachelor of Criminology and Bachelor of Information Technology (A2009)
Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Information Technology (F2012)
Bachelor of Fine Art and Bachelor of Information Technology (F2006)
Bachelor of Global Studies and Bachelor of Information Technology (A2015)  
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Computer Science (B2008)
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computer Science (S2004)

5 year double degrees

Credit points: 240
Course duration: 5 years full-time, 10 years part-time
Time limit: 12 years

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Computer Science (E3010)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology (E3011)
Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Computer Science (L3011)
Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology (L3010)

What next?

Now that you understand your course structure and how credit works, it’s time to enrol.

Domestic and International Students 

Enrol on WES

Orientation is your opportunity to find out more about Monash IT. You will have the opportunity to attend course information sessions, finalise your enrolment, join a student club, attend study workshops to set you up for success and much more. Further information is available on the Orientation website.

Please keep checking your Monash student email account, the New to Monash 2020 Facebook group and the Monash University Novel Coronavirus update website for further information on the Orientation program.