Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)

Cutting-edge computer and computation design with a foundation in mathematics.
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Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)

Computing science is at the forefront of innovation, transforming and revolutionising the way we live. As a Bachelor of Computing Science student, you’ll develop the ability to theorise, design, develop and apply computing and software for advanced programs that will drive tomorrow’s innovations in information technology. Underpinned by the study of foundational mathematics, this course will equip you with the advanced cognitive, technical and communication skills required for a highly rewarding career.


Course overview

The Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours) provides a comprehensive introduction to both information technology and computing science. It incorporates foundation mathematics with core computing and computing science-specific subjects, including computer programming, software design, networking, data science, machine learning and quantum computing. As a student of this course, you will work in a studio environment, applying theoretical knowledge to real-world problems. In years three and four of the course, you’ll also develop research skills through computing science studio subjects and specialist subjects, culminating in an honours project in your final year of study.

Component diagram of the 192 credit points required for Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)
Component diagram of the 192 credit points required for Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)

Why UTS?

Industry focused

The UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT is renowned for its strong industry links. These connections inform course content and research strategy, and give our students access to top-tier internships and work placements, prizes, awards and scholarships.

Future focused

The increasing complexity of computer-driven automation has led to high demand for skilled IT and Engineering graduates. In the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT, we’re creating new courses and adapting existing courses to service these global industry developments.

Flexibility

As the #1 Young University in Australia, UTS takes a revolutionary approach to education and learning that supports the diverse lifestyles of our students. Courses are designed to offer flexibility around day-to-day commitments, with options to study on a full-time or part-time basis.

Location

Within easy walking distance of Central train station and the Sydney CBD, our campus is easily accessible by bus and train. UTS is located within close proximity to start-up companies, established Engineering and IT businesses and the Australian Technology Park.

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The Faculty of Engineering and IT will seek professional accreditation from the Australian Computer Society for Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours).

Female student on work experience

Industry focused

FEIT is renowned for its strong industry links. These connections inform FEIT course content and research strategy, and give our students access to top-tier internships and work placements, prizes, awards and scholarships.

Two female students learn about social robotics

Future focused

The increasing complexity of computer-driven automation has led to high demand for skilled graduates in IT and Engineering. UTS FEIT, in collaboration with industry, academics and students, is creating new courses and adapting existing courses to service these global industry developments.

Group project work in the computer labs

Flexibility

As the #1 Young University in Australia, UTS takes a revolutionary approach to education and learning that supports the diverse lifestyles of its students.  Courses are designed to offer flexibility around day-to-day commitments, with options to study on a full time or part time basis.

Hanging out in the faculty common areas

Location

Within easy walking distance of Central train station and the Sydney CBD, our campus is easily accessible by bus and train. UTS is located within close proximity to start-up companies, established Engineering and IT businesses and the Australian Technology Park.

The Faculty of Engineering and IT will seek professional accreditation from the Australian Computer Society for Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours).


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