|If you are a current graduate student, or want specific information about certain graduate units, see the 2005 Graduate Unit Offerings web page which contains handbook entries and lecturers' courseware pages and links to timetables.|
| 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.
of Computer Science & Master of Computer Science (Minor Thesis)
Course Code - 3328
The Masters of Computer Science has been designed for computing graduates seeking to extend, deepen and upgrade their technical knowledge in specialist areas of computer science, in order to apply that knowledge to the workplace. The Minor Thesis will give students the option for study at PhD level.
of Information Technology (Research)
Course Code - 1895
The Master of Information Technology (Research) requires completion of a major thesis that shows independence of thought and demonstrates the ability of the candidate to carry out research in the selected field.
| Master of Information
Course Code 2402 Handbook Entry
The Master of Information Technology provides a broad program in Information Technology, enabling students to select specific areas for in-depth study, or to construct a program from a range of suitably advanced subjects.
of Information Technology (Minor Thesis)
Course Code 3316 Handbook Entry
The Master of Information Technology (Minor Thesis) combines the diversity of a coursework program with the opportunity to undertake a research degree. It opens the possibility of the progression to a PhD.
| Master of Applied Information
Course Code - 3309 Handbook Entry
This course will prepare students for work in the information technology industry at the highest levels. It will prepare the students with the advanced knowledge, understanding and skills to enable them to deal effectively with advanced issues involving the application of information technology.
| Master of Digital
Course Code - 2406 Handbook Entry
The Master of Digital Communications by coursework provides specialist graduate-level education in topics such as digital communications technologies, communications architectures, protocols and communications software. The course also goes deeply into the underlying theoretical and technological foundations of digital communications systems as well as examing the social and political aspects of communications networking, and the management structures for communications networks.
| Master of Multimedia Computing
Course Code - 2404 Handbook Entry
The Master of Multimedia Computing course allows information technology professionals to upgrade their knowledge and expertise in the new field of multimedia and internet computing. The course is designed for professionals with a technical focus who wish to learn more about multimedia and internet computing.