Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences – Computer Science Major in Auckland University of Technology

Last Updated on April 13, 2021 by West Highlander

Auckland University of Technology

Campus: Manukau

Duration: 3 years full-time / part-time available

Intake: February and July

*Fee: $32,850 approx

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Description:

The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP) has recognised AUT’s Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences in the meeting of the Seoul Accord. The degree is provided by the outstanding facilities of AUT and the university gives you the chance to meet representatives of NZ’s biggest and top industries at ICT and Engineering Career Fair.

In Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences major in Computer Science, the skills to solve computing problems and develop new ways to use computing technologies. Advanced features of technical software, that involves how to devise computing algorithms needed for new technologies and developing multi-tasking systems and 3D user interfaces are explored by the students.

In the initial year, eight papers are to be studied as an introduction to Computer and Information sciences. In the final year, a chance of invaluable work experience in major research project for an organisation of industry or research centre is given.

Career Outcomes:

  • Entrepreneur
  • Industrial researcher
  • Research and development manager
  • Software architect
  • Software designer and implementer
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    Eligibility criteria

    Academic eligibility

    Higher Education in Science Background is needed.

    English language proficiency score

    1. IELTS (Academic) score 6.0 overall with all bands 5.5 or higher; or equivalent is required.
    2. TOEFL iBT score of 80
    3. PTE minimum overall score of 50

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