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Timetables, lecture notes, etc

 

If you are a currently enrolled undergraduate or honours student or want specific information about certain units, see the Timetables, lecture notes, etc pages which contain lecture notes, timetables, and other important current information.
Clayton Semester 1, Caulfield Semester 1
Clayton Honours
Clayton Semester 2, Caulfield Semester 2

If you are a graduate student, see the 2005/2006 Graduate Unit Offerings web page for handbook entries and lecturers' courseware pages and links to timetables.

CSSE Credit Transfer Policy

- Students seeking advanced standing should refer to the CSSE Credit Transfer Policy.

Undergraduate Degrees
The School offers a number of undergraduate degrees which deal with many areas of computing and also combined degrees in engineering. Degrees are based at either the Caulfield or Clayton campus.
Honours Degrees
An Honours degree is available for students who have completed their undergraduate computing degree. Honours students are particularly sought after by prospective employers and Honours also leads to postgraduate studies.
Graduate and Postgraduate Certificates
Graduate and postgraduate certificates are generally designed for those with computing industry experience who wish to formalize their computing skills. All units will receive full credit should a student subsequently be accepted into a corresponding graduate or postgraduate diploma.
Graduate Diplomas
A graduate diploma is generally designed for those with tertiary qualifications in any discipline who wish to gain a first qualification in computing. Computing professionals with relevant industry experience and holders of postgraduate certificates will usually also be eligible for entry.
Postgraduate Diplomas
A postgraduate diploma is designed for those with tertiary qualifications in a computing discipline who wich to enhance or update their computing knowledge and gain a postgraduate qualification in computing. Computing professionals with relevant industry experience and a degree in another discipline may also be eligible for entry.
Masters
A Masters degree is awarded for a thesis which shows independence of thought and demonstrates the student's ability to carry out research in the field concerned. The Masters program typically involves a one to two year period of full-time or equivalent part-time study. Instead of the production of a major thesis, Masters can be undertaken by coursework which involves undertaking units and the production of a minor thesis.
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)
The Doctor of Philosophy is awarded for a thesis that makes a significant contribution to knowledge or understanding of fields of study or research that the School undertakes. This involves the candidate proving that they can carry out independent research, typically during a two to five year period of full-time or equivalent part-time study.
PhD/Masters Research Scholarship Opportunities in CSSE



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