The Bachelor of Computer Science (Professional) includes a mandatory 12-month paid work placement. You'll benefit from Swinburne’s unique industry partnerships, gain invaluable full-time work experience and earn credit towards your degree.
The course focuses on developing expertise in software development and computer science. Students receive extensive education in contemporary approaches to the analysis, design and implementation of large-scale systems, along with a sound understanding of the traditional aspects of computer science such as hardware and operating systems. This course pays particular attention to the human factors involved in the development, deployment and use of computer-based systems.
Students will develop skills in a range of contemporary approaches to software development, programming languages, development environments, and software development tools.
Selected major: Network Design
Learn how to secure information and communication systems and become competent in computer network technologies and security. Study programming, internet technologies, systems analysis and design, database technologies and software engineering, as well as advanced topics in computer networks and security.
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- Semester 1 - 2 March 2020
4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
- 3400210701 (CSP)
- 3400210703 (IFP)
Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
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