Honours in computer science/information technology
Honours in Computer Science consists of an additional year of study on top of your existing undergraduate degree in Science or Information Technology. Honours is a rigorous program of study, half of which is spent on advanced course work, with the other half dedicated to an individual research project.
The course work will take your understanding of selected areas of computing to a new level, while exposing you to other areas not covered in the pass degree. Your project, for which you will receive individual supervision from an experienced researcher, will allow you to demonstrate just what you can accomplish. Finally, when you graduate, your honours degree will set you apart from the rest.
If you would like to know more about studying honours in Computer Science at the ANU, then contact Honours.Convener AT cs.anu.edu.au .
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