Specializations are a type of degree program offered by the School of Computing.
- The name of the specialization appears on the diploma.
- Both Computer Science and Software Design are CIPS accredited.
- They can not be combined with a Minor in another subject.
- They are all Bachelor of Computing programs, with the exception of Computing and the Creative Arts, which is a Bachelor of Arts program.
Prepare for careers in medicine and medical research with courses such as Computer-Integrated Surgery, Computational Biology, Biochemistry and Physiology
Draw from the principles of psychology, philosophy, linguistics, neuroscience and computing to explore the science of the mind and thought
Develop skills for careers in the technology industry and beyond, from software developer to information architect to database administrator
Work in the entertainment industry, in multimedia design and in developing the next generation of software for the Arts
Apply this potent combination in areas that require mathematical expertise, such as communications and security