Technology is a diverse field, one which is highly in-demand all over the world.
So if you want to decode the skills needed to start a career in technology, we're here to help you graduate well ahead of the pack with industry certifications and badges built into our degrees to save you time and money. The even better news is we're ranked No. 1 in Queensland for teaching quality, overall experience, student support and skills development* in computing and information systems, and our graduates achieve higher starting salaries than the rest of the state**. We're also ranked No. 1 in Australia for postgraduate teaching quality and skills development*.
*Good Universities Guide 2023/24
** Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Graduate Outcomes Survey 2022
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Computers have always interested me and having taught myself to code in high school, computer science seemed like a good fit. I love the variety in course topics. Computer science is not just coding; it involves design, electronics, cybersecurity, databases, networking, and a little bit of maths.
Bachelor of Computer Science student
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UniSC students who created concepts for apps to help visitors organise Brisbane holidays for the 2032 Olympics, improve learner driving, and encourage community and business networking in the Moreton Bay region have won four awards at the 2021 GovHack event.