Revolutionise business, entertainment and health with IT.
Explore how the latest advancements in AI and cybersecurity are impacting the world by pairing creative thinking and practical application with science and engineering. Benefit from a curriculum designed by world-leading experts and aligned with the industry.
Access internships and industry projects, and develop the technical and professional skills that will keep you agile in a constantly evolving industry. Whether it’s big data, cloud computing, software engineering or bioinformatics, you’ll be equipped to work in all types of settings – from your own start-up to multinationals, and not-for-profits.
Gain new skills in programming, designing online solutions and developing web applications. 1 year full time or 2 years part time, on campus (Parkville).
Gain programming/maths experience with the equivalent of a major in Computer Science at undergraduate level. 6 months full time or 1 year part time, on campus (Parkville).
The course provides a pathway to the Master of Computer Science and provides the knowledge of undergraduate level computer science. 1 year full time or 2 years part time, on campus (Parkville).
An ideal starting point for those interested in joining the booming data science industry and who do not have a background in computer science or statistics. 1 year full time or 2 years part time, on campus (Parkville).
Why study with us?
- The University of Melbourne is ranked # 1 in Australia for Computer Science and Information Systems
- The School of Computing and Information Systems is an international research leader in computer science, information systems and software engineering. This world class research is the basis of the course curriculum.
- Ranked #8 for graduate employability
Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 / QS Graduate Employability 2022
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I chose to study the Master of Information Systems because of its flexibility and it gives me the opportunity to pursue many different career paths. The course work helps students grasp the complexity of real-world applications of information systems in a variety of industries and since I’m interested in UI and UX, I wanted the opportunity to choose electives within the course so I could explore my interests.April XuMaster of Information Systems