Bachelor of Computer Science - University of Wollongong
Digital disruption is changing the way we work, learn, interact and behave, and information technology workers are needed across industries.
A high in demand course is the
Bachelor of Computer Science from the University of Wollongong (UOW). Computer scientists focus on the theoretical foundations and practical approaches to computation and its applications. They design methods and tools and write programs for computer applications.
There is an opportunity to specialise in a major at the Wollongong campus from your second year of study by choosing one or more of the following majors:
Digital Systems Security
Game and Mobile Development
Students choose to study at B Computer Science at UOW because:
UOW is ranked 2nd among all universities in NSW and the ACT for Computing and Information Systems accordingly to the Australian Government's Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT).
The Master of Social Work by Flinders University is designed to provide a higher degree coursework masters following a Bachelor's degree. Flinders University has had a long history of teaching Social Work and has one of the best reputation in Australia.
Both students with or without a bachelor degree in social work can apply as Flinders offer 2 programs (1 year or 2 year) depending the background and experience of students.
The Master of Social Work course aims to:
Provide students with the knowledge and skills to practice responsibly and reflectively as a professional social worker, in keeping with the standards set by the Australian Association of Social Workers
Involve students in researching, analysing and articulating a framework for inclusive and ethical professional social work practice
Inform students about, and enable them to critically reflect and comment on, relevant current social justice debates
Develop students' knowledge about current evidence-based professional social work practice models and approaches
Enable students to develop their professional values, knowledge and skills and demonstrate their practice judgement and expertise, normally through involvement in two agency-based field placements
Help students identify the cultural context of various practice, approaches and their relevance to specific situations and populations