Computing and information technology (IT) is everywhere – from digital technology in TVs, laptops, mobile phones and iPods to software and computer systems in cars, banks, hospitals and movie production. It is changing the way we live, work and even socialise!
As technology continues to play an increasingly important role in modern life, global corporations are seeking technical knowledge in the computing domain. For this reason, many students combine the Bachelor of Computing with another degree at ANU, which can give you a competitive advantage in your chosen career.
With this degree you will get a strong grounding in computing fundamentals to tackle the fast changing pace of computing, as well as the opportunity to work anywhere in the world in one of the fastest growing industries.
Note: this program was formerly known as the Bachelor of Information Technology (IT). Current students who started in Semester 2 2023 or earlier will be able to complete their existing pathway. From 2024 onwards, new students will enrol in the Bachelor of Computing.
The following Computing majors are accredited by the Australian Computer Society:
- Cyber Security
- Information Systems
- Software Development
For more information please visit Programs & Courses