Auckland University of Technology

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Computer and Information Sciences

Auckland University of Technology

Faculty:Full/Part-time Programmes
Field of Study:Computer and Information Sciences, General


Just about every device or system we use or interact with is managed, facilitated or controlled by computers. Careers in computer and information sciences span many industries. You might work for a hospital supporting high-tech medical equipment, work alongside engineers modelling bridges and tall buildings or provide IT solutions to corporate clients through your own company. You can also continue into postgraduate study and conduct cutting-edge research, including processing data and helping find answers for the Square Kilometre Array – a project which will build our understanding of the universe and drive technological development worldwide.

Study with us and you develop a technical understanding of computer hardware and software, the ability to develop high-quality computing solutions and an appreciation of what it takes to be a professional in this thriving industry. This programme is backed by a high-profile industry advisory committee to ensure that what you learn meets industry needs. The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP) recognises our Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences as meeting the Seoul Accord.
Modified on November 19, 2017