This degree is being phased out. No new enrolments will be permitted from 2014. In the first year, all students study computer science, mathematics, electronics, and physics. At second- and third-year levels, students concentrate on computer science and electronics. Honours work in computer science is undertaken in the fourth and fifth years of the course, in conjunction with components of the Bachelor of Engineering degree. Progression to the fourth-year Honours program in computer science is conditional upon completion of the first three years of the course at a satisfactory level, which is defined as a minimum mark of 70%, calculated over the best third-year level computer science subjects. The subjects CSE3PRA and CSE3PRB (30 credit points) may be included, but will be calculated at 15 credit points only.
IT and engineering courses
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Computing & Information Systems courses at La Trobe University.