As the IT industry changes, product-specific skills can quickly become obsolete. The focus of our computing courses is to convey fundamental knowledge and skills to our students, to help them become life-long learners and build sustainable careers.
Our courses are based on the curricula recommendations of two respected professional IT associations: IEEE Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery. The courses are developed in consultation with an industry advisory board representing the IT industry, and are accredited by the Australian Computer Society.
These courses are backed by our strong research capabilities across artificial intelligence, computer graphics, database management, large-scale pattern recognition, parallel and distributed computing, and software engineering.
- Bachelor of Computing
- Computer Science Major
- Cyber Security Major
- Software Engineering Major
- Bachelor of Technology (Computer Systems and Networking)
- Bachelor of Advanced Science (Computing)
- Graduate Certificate in Predictive Analytics
- Graduate Diploma in Predictive Analytics
- Master of Predictive Analytics
- Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) (Honours)
- Master of Science (Computer Science)
- Master of Professional Engineering (Software Engineering)
Cyber shield to filter out malicious traffic
Curtin researchers have developed an innovative cyber security solution – HyprFire – to prevent large scale cyber-attacks, similar to the 2016 attack on the Australian Census website.