Bachelor of Computer Science

Computer Science is in a new age — with new problems and new opportunities. Discover new ways of thinking and understand the digital landscape on a deeper level when you study Computer Science.

1). Swinburne CRICOS provider code: CRICOS 00111D

2). TEQSA registered: TEQSA PRV12148 Australian University

3). Course CRICOS: 088400A

The prevalence of digital devices and the ongoing threat of cybercrime and digital espionage present us with new challenges that mean software developers and computer scientists need to have a deeper understanding of the online environment than ever before. 

Being able to design, analyse and implement software systems in large organisations requires a careful combination of traditional IT skills and modern design thinking. That’s precisely what we offer in our computer science and programming courses.

Delve into a range of complex topics as you learn Computer Science, such as Algorithms, Computer Systems, Cyber Security, Data Science, Games Development, Network Design and Software Development. 

Software and IT form part of the fabric of modern society. You’ll finish your Computer Science degree with critical and crucial skills.