The School of Computer Science offers seven distinct postgraduate coursework programs for specific stages in your professional career. They are the:
The Master of Complex Systems provides students with the expertise to model, analyse and design resilient technological, socio-economic and socio-ecological systems as well as develop strategies for crisis forecasting and management.
The Master of Cybersecurity is designed to provide knowledge and skillsets in the cybersecurity field, covering both technical topics as well as management and political/social aspects of cybersecurity.
The Master of Data Science (MDS) will provide students from a quantitative background with a pathway to specialise in intelligent data-driven systems.
The Master of Digital Health and Data Science (MDHDS) provides specialised skills and knowledge in digital health and applied data science, taught by a multidisciplinary teaching team.
The Master of Information Technology program is designed for IT professionals who want to update their skills or acquire expertise in a new area of IT.
The Master of Information Technology Management program is designed for technically-skilled graduates wanting to transition into management.
It helps develop important non-technical skills such as project management, team communication and analytical thinking.
The Master of Information Technology / Master of Information Technology Management will equip you with an understanding of key areas such as business analytics and intelligence, information technology services, management of information technology innovations and change management.
The Graduate Diploma in Computing is designed for people with a non-IT background who want to acquire computing skills to move into the IT industry.