Bachelor of Computer Science
Course Learning Outcomes
- Apply broad knowledge of concepts, principles and techniques in the discipline of computer science, including computational thinking and the storage, processing and communication of data.
- Apply discipline knowledge, problem solving and creative thinking skills to anticipate challenges and produce solutions to computer science problems.
- Communicate computer science knowledge and ideas clearly and coherently to technical and non-technical audiences.
- Demonstrate autonomous and ongoing learning in the area of computer science to ensure continued relevance of skills and knowledge.
- Demonstrate technological literacy by finding, evaluating and using relevant tools and information from a range of sources.
- Incorporate diverse perspectives, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives, and accessibility issues when designing computer-based systems.
- Interpret and analyse complex computer science problems using systems thinking, design thinking and computational thinking.
- Work collaboratively and demonstrate initiative on complex computer science projects.
This course prepares graduates for a range of careers via practical experience in analysing and solving real world problems in computer science and related disciplines, underpinned by strong theoretical concept knowledge.
Possible future job titles
- Computer Programmer
- Computer Support Officer
- Application Developer
- Mobile Application Developer
- Systems Analyst
- e-Commerce Developer
- Software Engineer
- Software Designer
- Project Manager
CRICOS Code: 052112F
Course Code: U65