Course code: #1657
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Computer Science is a dynamic and developing field that increasingly permeates every aspect of society.
This program at Griffith will teach the fundamental principles underpinning computer science and practical software technology development skills for many different platforms and applications.
You will have the choice of studying topics such as:
Programming Languages, Distributed Computing, Computer Architectures, Algorithms and Operating Systems, Machine Learning, Intelligent Systems, Robotics, Programming for Web, Mobile and Embedded Applications, Scientific Computing, Visualization and Big Data Mining, and Analytics.
You can choose between one of two majors and select from various elective courses.
Suppose you have not decided about your major.
In that case, you can choose an “undeclared” major in the application portal at your study commencing and select your suitable major after the first year.
In the last year of your studies, you will complete a practical project for industry or research placement, providing first-hand experience of the knowledge, skills and attributes required to succeed in full-time employment.
Students must complete a 20-credit point Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course in their final year.
WIL has been designed to integrate students into the workplace by completing industry-based work to benefit both the student and the industry partner.
WIL can be taken as either a Placement or team-based project.
With Placement, students are placed with an industry partner where students attend their Placement 2 days a week to produce the deliverable(s) for that organisation.
Students will gain direct industry experience by completing their capstone year's core 20 credit point Work Integrated Learning course.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,568|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$16,300|
Suppose you do not meet the University's specified English language requirements.
In that case, you may wish to contact the Griffith English Language Institute to increase your eligibility for entering a Griffith University program.
The duration of your English study will vary depending on your current level of English.
|IELTS Entry requirement||TOFEL Entry requirement||PTE Entry requirement||Weeks|
|6.0 (no sub score < 5.5)||71 (W19, L,R,S 17)||50 (no comm skill < 42)||10|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0, W 5.5)||52 (W17,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36, W42)||20|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0)||52 (W,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36)||25|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5, W 5.0)||40 (W15,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30, W36)||30|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5)||40 (W,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30)||35|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0, W 4.5)||33 (W13,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29, W30)||40|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0)||33 (W,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29)||45|
|4.0 or lower||32 or lower||29 or lower||Over 45|
Completion of secondary school comparable to Australian Year 12 or equivalent academic achievement.
Qualification: GaoKao: Successful completion of the National College Entrance Examination (Gao Kao) with a minimum of 63% of the overall maximum score.
Qualification: Peoples Republic of China Senior Middle School Graduation Certificate
A grade average of 91 in the final year results OR successful completion of a recognised pre-tertiary or foundation program OR successful completion of one year of study at a recognised tertiary or higher education institution is required in addition to the completion of High School studies.
All India Senior School Certificate or Comparable Qualification (awarded by CBSE or CISCE): An overall grade average of 65% in the best four academic subjects
Qualification: Iranian High School Diploma (before 2019): Grade average of 17.7 in the final year results
Qualification: Iran Pre-University Certificate or Iranian High School Diploma from 2019: Grade average of 12.3 in the last year's results
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