You will complete two degrees in four years concurrently.
Early in your degree, you'll choose introductory units that will help you experience your preferred majors or explore Indigenous perspectives. Using this experience, you then decide upon a Bachelor of Creative Industries major of eight units from:
Through the Data Science degree core units you will cover the theory and the practical tools for data acquisition, storage, management, processing, analysis and visualisation. Ethical considerations, communication, collaboration and critical thinking skills are all given detailed coverage.
Your progression through the Data Science degree has been carefully crafted to cater for the diversity of specialist mathematics skills, to scaffold your development in coding - particularly in data science relevant languages - and to prepare you for a rewarding career.Flexible delivery
The course offers flexibility by allowing you to choose from one of eight different majors to suit your individual creative interests and career aspirations.
This course has been developed to be studied externally or on-campus . This is a digitally enhanced course where technology is integrated into all aspects of external and on-campus teaching, learning and assessment.
You will be able to access learning resources, activities and assessment remotely. Remote learners may be required to undertake key activities at designated locations, including some invigilated assessment such as at hosted assessment centres.
This course equips you with the creative skills, knowledge and connections to pursue a career in the creative industries and beyond. Be at the forefront of data-led careers. Dependent on your chosen major, some combinations and career options include: