We offer a range of postgraduate courses designed to equip you with the skills to innovate and lead in technology.
Whether your goal is to transform the future of business, design better human-computer interaction or launch a viral video game, our postgraduate courses will lead you to an influential career in the industry.
Get technical with the Master of Information Technology
Whether you want to study coding and programming or specialise in communication technology, this course is designed to prepare you for a leading career in IT innovation. Gain advanced technical, coding and programming skills that will equip you to work across industries in business, health, government and more.
Tailor your studies to your area of interest and choose to specialise in artificial intelligence, computing, cybersecurity, distributed computing or human-computer interaction.
Suitable for students who have studied at least one technical programming subject in their undergraduate studies.
The Master of Information Technology is accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
Transform business with the Master of Information Systems
Designed for students with no technical background in IT, the Master of Information Systems (MIS) is about giving you the skills for a dynamic career in IT management and digital business.
Suitable for aspiring and current practitioners and consultants in digital business, you’ll learn to blend business and IT to drive organisational change and transform the way the world works. The program covers areas of critical importance to IT employers, such as project and change management, emerging technologies, IT strategy and governance, security and service provision.
The Master of Information Systems is accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
Become an accredited software engineer with the Master of Software Engineering
Prepare for a career in software development and become an internationally accredited Software Engineer.
Within this course, you’ll tackle large-scale, real-world software design and development projects, and collaborate with IT professionals in a year-long industry project. You can choose specialisations in artificial intelligence, business, cyber security, interactive technologies and data management.
Suitable for for students who have studied the equivalent of two subjects of first-year mathematics and two subjects of first-year computing, computer science or programming in their undergraduate degree.
The Master of Software Engineering is accredited by Engineers Australia, EUR-ACE, and the Australian Computer Society.
Prepare for a research pathway in computer science
The Master of Computer Science is a research training program designed for students who hold an undergraduate degree with a major in computer science.
It allows you to keep up with rapid advances in the field of computer science while completing a major research project on your pathway to PhD study or to a research-oriented position in industry.
In addition to a broad grounding in advanced computer science, you’ll develop specialist knowledge in at least one of the following areas: knowledge systems, programming languages and distributed computing, information systems, mathematics, statistics, spatial information science or linguistics.