The Information Technology (Honours) requires one year of full-time study (or the equivalent part-time).
The course is offered by the College of Science and Engineering.
A student who has completed all the requirements of the Bachelor of Information Technology, or another qualification which the Dean (Education) agrees is equivalent, may be accepted as a candidate for the honours degree provided a sufficiently high standard has been achieved in fulfilling the requirements for the bachelors degree.
In order to be eligible for entry to honours, students would normally be expected to have achieved a grade point average of at least 5 in 36 units of upper level COMP topics. The number of students accepted into honours will also depend on the availability of project supervisors. Offers will be made on the basis of ranked academic merit.
The Honours year in Information Technology has been designed to provide graduates with:
On completion, students will be able to:
To qualify for the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) a student must complete 36 units with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic, according to the program of study below.
36 units comprising:
COMP7700A Honours Thesis (4.5/22.5 units)
COMP7700B Honours Thesis (4.5/22.5 units)
COMP7700C Honours Thesis (4.5/22.5 units)
COMP7700D Honours Thesis (4.5/22.5 units)
COMP7700E Honours Thesis (4.5/22.5 units)
STEM7001 Honours Research Methods (4.5 units)
Plus 9 units of option topics*
*Option topics must be selected from Table A, at least half of which will be chosen from those labelled as Computer Science / Information Technology (Group C).
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