Redefine your potential

Revolutionise business, entertainment and health, when you explore how the latest advancements in technology are impacting the world. Designed by world-leading experts and aligned with industry; our curriculum pairs creative thinking and practical application with science and engineering.

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Get an introduction to studying information technology and computer science. Find out how you can choose or combine your undergraduate majors to pursue your interests in computer science, IT and digital technologies

Choose an undergraduate degree

Start studying information technology and computer science from day one with a Bachelor of Design or Bachelor of Science

Learn about the experience

Watch our panel discussion with currents students and academics, or hear from alumni as they discuss their careers in multinationals, startups and everything in between

Join a workshop

Discover how QR codes can make you an instant DJ, learn how to fix a cybersecurity attack, or take a glimpse the Rover Husky - our Spatial Systems engineering team's robotic vehicle

The Melbourne curriculum

Your Melbourne experience is yours to shape. If you’re interested in information technology and computer science, you can start with an undergraduate (bachelors) degree in Design or Science. Over three years, you’ll be able to explore information technology and computer science majors in your bachelors degree while developing a deep understanding in your chosen study area. These include computational biology, computing, computing and software systems, data science, digital technologies, mathematics and statistics or spatial systems.

After your undergraduate degree, you can enter the workforce or progress to a specialised graduate, masters degree.

Learn more about your undergraduate options

Get to know our current students

Meet our students and learn more about their university experience from their favourite subjects to the benefits of networking.

Meet Bachelor of Science graduate and Master of Engineering (Software) student, Sam Webster

“The soft skills I've learnt such as teamwork, leadership and communication have been awesome. On the more technical side, the University has given me a very strong grasp of computer science and engineering fundamentals that I can use as a basis for the rest of my career.”

Meet Bachelor of Commerce graduate and Master of Information Technology student, Ziping (Pamela) Gao

"I have enjoyed the creativity and innovation of my course. The design of each subject has empowered me to think outside of the box, and develop a problem-solving mindset, professional standards, critical thinking and teamwork skills.
Melbourne also has excellent networks with industry. This means there are always many opportunities for me to develop my future career path and receive advice from top companies."

How to become a data scientist

Become a professionally accredited data scientist by completing an undergraduate degree in science followed by the Master of Data Science. Secure your place in both degrees with a Graduate Degree Package. You’ll graduate with a higher level of qualification than a traditional double degree.

Apply for a Graduate Degree Package through VTAC.

Learn more about the data science major

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