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Unit of study_

INFO4001: Thesis A

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Advanced Computing (BAdvComp) programs study various advanced aspects of Information Technology. The program may include lectures, tutorials, seminars and practicals. They will undertake a capstone project. Assessment will include the project and may include examinations and classwork.

Code INFO4001
Academic unit Computer Science
Credit points 6
INFO3333 AND ((DATA3888 AND ((COMP3027 OR COMP3927) OR (COMP3308 OR COMP3608))) OR ((COMP3027 OR COMP3927) AND (COMP3888 OR COMP3988)) OR (ISYS3401 AND (ISYS3402 OR INFS3050) AND ISYS3888) OR (SOFT3202 AND SOFT3410 AND SOFT3888))

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Make an original contribution to the field
  • LO2. Carry out an extended supervised capstone project
  • LO3. Write a thesis presenting and evaluating one's original contribution, in a style suitable for the academic literature

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 2 weeks before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.