Bachelor of Computer Science MidYear Entry
Want to study at the cutting edge of the growing technological age and build a career that can change the world?
This degree is offered within a faculty ranked 43 in the world for computer science and engineering*—and featuring artificial intelligence and machine learning courses that are not offered anywhere else in South Australia—now is the time to become part of the computing future.
Advances in computing are leading to exciting, life changing developments in society. No matter how technology transforms the jobs market, computer science expertise will be crucial. From South Australia to Silicon Valley, computer scientists will enhance our world for generations to come.
Reflecting the diversity in computer science related industries, The Bachelor of Computer Science is a highly flexible degree. Students can tailor their studies towards a particular area of interest across topics including: computer vision, graphics, artificial intelligence, gaming, database and information systems management, network management, cybersecurity, education, and software engineering.
The degree is developed and taught by worldclass researchers and teachers. Students learn from the best, and have the opportunity to become the next generation of leaders in their field.
Majors are available in: Artificial Intelligence, Computer science, Cyber security, Data science, Distributed systems and networking.
*Academic Ranking of World Universities 2017

Entry Requirements
Choose your applicant type to view the relevant admissions information for this program.
I am a:Domestic applicants
SATAC Code 314111 2017 CSP ATAR 70.1 2017 CSP IB 25 2017 Guaranteed Entry Score 80 Deferment Yes  2 year Intake February and July. Students commencing in July may have a slightly limited selection of courses. Enquiries Future Students team Selection Criteria
Alternative entry pathways
 Higher Education applicants
You must have completed at least half a year full time equivalent higher education study. A Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated for each separate program you have undertaken (apart from some double degree programs where the GPA is combined). You compete on the basis of your best GPA.
 VET applicants
You must have completed an AQF Certificate IV or above from a Registered Training Organisation. Your application will be ranked according to the level of the award.
 Special Entry applicants
You must be 18 years or over before 1 February 2018. If you have studied at higher education level in the last two years (for 2018 entry this means you were enrolled in either 2017 or 2016), you must not have accumulated more than a TOTAL of 2 years fulltime (or parttime equivalent) higher education study (ie. including any study prior to 2016). If you meet this criteria, you will be ranked according to your result in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Your STAT result is not weighted between verbal and quantitative components. Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information.
 Without formal qualifications?
You may be eligible for our special access schemes.
 Other Entry Pathways
How to Apply
SATAC Code: 314111International applicants
Not an international applicant?
CRICOS 023413M Intake February and July. Students commencing in July may have a slightly limited selection of courses. Selection Criteria
English Language Requirements
Australian Year 12 Successful completion of an Australian year 12 qualification with a minimum pass in an accepted English language subject English Tests accepted by the University of Adelaide IELTS Overall 6.5 Reading 6 Listening 6 Speaking 6 Writing 6 TOEFL Overall 79 Reading 13 Listening 13 Speaking 18 Writing 21 Pearsons Overall 58 Reading 50 Listening 50 Speaking 50 Writing 50 Cambridge Overall 176 Reading 169 Listening 169 Speaking 169 Writing 169 Qualifications that meet minimum English requirements A range of alternative qualifications may meet the University’s minimum English requirements Academic Entry Requirements
Secondary School Qualifications Selection Rank (International) 70 International Baccalaureate (IB) 24 Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) 17 United Entrance Certificate (UEC) [Malaysia] 25 General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level 6 Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 65 British Columbia Certificate of Graduation (Canada) 4.6 Alberta High School Diploma (Canada) 74 ISC & CBSE [India] 60% ISBE [India] 70% SAT [US] 1120 Abitur 3.7 Thailand Certificate of Secondary Education 2.2 Bang Tot Nghiep Trung Hoc Pho Thong 7.5 STPM or Matrikulasi 2.67 Kuwait General School Secondary Certificate 70 The University of Adelaide College Foundation Program 70 Eynesbury Foundation Program 339 ANU Foundation Studies 64 Monash Foundation Year 67.5 Trinity College Foundation Studies Program 70 UNSW Foundation Year 6.5 University of Sydney Foundation Studies Program 6.5 Western Australia University Foundation Studies Program 56 University of Queensland Foundation Studies Program 4.0 NonGo8 Foundation Score 70 Other Qualifications Students who don't meet the academic requirements or who have other qualifications from the South Pacific Islands, Japan, Korea, Phillipines or Taiwan may be eligible to apply for a PreUniversity Pathway to prepare for or gain entry into the University's undergraduate academic programs. For additional information see Pathway Programs Prerequisites
Australian Year 12 SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Methods (if studied in 2017. If studied year 12 prior to 2017, the equivalent subject was called Mathematical Studies). IB: Mathematics (SL grade 4/HL grade 3) International Qualifications Mathematics How to Apply
 Higher Education applicants

Fees and Scholarships
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I am a:Domestic applicants
Annual tuition fees Commonwealthsupported place: $8,950More information on Student Contribution Amounts.
International applicants
Not an international applicant?
Annual tuition fees International student place: $37,000 Scholarships
These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and nonprofit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.

Careers
Career Readiness
Graduates are highly regarded by employers and have been successful in a wide variety of industries and areas. Employment opportunities exist in: administration, business data processing, computer programming, computer science, engineering design, financial software, games programming, graphics programming, information technology management, Internet commerce, network management and support, quality improvement, scientific data analysis, systems analysis, software engineering, systems support, realtime process control and user interface programming.
Career Pathways
Bachelor of Computer Science students can tailor their respective programs to guide them towards a particular career. Some of the options available are as follows: Computer Graphics: As computing becomes a more visual medium, the demand increases for computer scientists with skills in the areas of computer vision, graphics, networking and broadband telecommunications. With the right choice of computer science courses and electives, students will be well prepared for a rewarding career in this area.
 Database and Information Systems Management: Database and information systems management is an increasingly important field in the area of information technology, with large volumes of data needing to be correctly stored and interpreted. It is recommended that students thinking about this type of career also undertake electives from the discipline of statistics.
 Network Management: Graduates in this area focus on the technical aspects of the design and implementation of data communications networks, including security and robustness. Choosing courses specifically focused on network issues will assist students to follow this career path.
 Software Engineering: Software engineering is an essential discipline for anyone aiming to write reliable software for complex systems. Computer science degrees offer several software engineering courses, which include group projects tackling real world problems and cover the creation of software from its conception to delivery.
The University of Adelaide Careers Service prepares, inspires and empowers students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.
Graduate Attributes
The objective of this program is to produce graduates with specific attributes as outlined in University of Adelaide Graduate Attributes. Deep discipline knowledge
 Critical thinking and problem solving
 Teamwork and communication skills
 Career and leadership readiness
 Intercultural and ethical competency
 Selfawareness and emotional intelligence
Professional Accreditation
The Bachelor of Computer Science is accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). It also provides the necessary academic requirements for membership of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Americanbased Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Potential careers
Internet Commerce Specialist, Information and Communications Technologist, Network Engineer, Computer Programmer, Software Engineer, Computer Scientist, Computer Systems Engineer, Instrumentation Engineer, Internet  Web Programmer, IT Manager, Systems Analyst
 Computer Graphics: As computing becomes a more visual medium, the demand increases for computer scientists with skills in the areas of computer vision, graphics, networking and broadband telecommunications. With the right choice of computer science courses and electives, students will be well prepared for a rewarding career in this area.

Study Overseas
A Study Overseas Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The University of Adelaide. The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study overseas through a range of degrees offered via Study Overseas, including student exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a full academic year.
To find Study Overseas opportunities available in your study area click Global Experiences.
Study Overseas Experience
It is recommended that students in the Bachelor of Computer Science program study overseas during levels 2 and 3. Both semester and year long exchange is possible.
To discuss your options further, please contact the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences. 
Degree Structure
This program provides foundational studies in computer science and mathematics, followed by advanced work in information technology and more specialised areas of computer science. Additionally, students may select other computer science, mathematics and statistics courses and courses from a wide range of other disciplines.
A core of computer science courses is studied in second and third years, including studies of programming and software engineering, operating systems, computer networks and database systems.
Students who perform well can undertake an additional year of study to obtain an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Computer Science. The honours degree can provide access to postgraduate study and a wider range of professional opportunities in the computing industry.
Majors
Choosing a major is a great way to pursue topics of interest without narrowing future options.
Majors are available across the following areas:
Artificial Intelligence
Learn from academics within the Institute of Machine Learning, driving the fourth industrial revolution. In this major, students learn how to design, develop, and analyse software systems to perform tasks requiring human intelligence such as: selfdriving cars, robotic vision, machine learning, and image recognition.
Computer Science
This major allows students to take a flexible elective program across all areas of computer science.
Cybersecurity
Build skills and awareness of the technologies, processes, and practices that protect networks, data, and software systems from unauthorised attack or access. Students learn from Learn from our work leading academics in the area of CyberSecurity including the discoverers of Spectre, one of the most significant CyberSecurity developments in the last decade.
Data Science
Data science involves the application of data analysis techniques—such as machine learning and deep learning—to large sets of data, helping solve problems across health, education, science, engineering, and business. The University of Adelaide leads the way in global education in Big Data and Data Science.
Reference: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/learning/adelaidex/studyamicromasters/bigdatamicromasters/
Distributed Systems and Networking
Build skills in the design, development, and analysis of largescale distributed software systems including parallel, distributed, mobile, cloudbased environments and building smart cities.Academic Program Rules
The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Example Study Plan
Study plans are available on the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences website.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 COMP SCI 3006 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)
MATHS 3025 Professional Practice III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (9 units)
Level III Elective (6 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3016 Computational Cognitive Science (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Computer Science Major) Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 COMP SCI 3006 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)
MATHS 3025 Communication Skills III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (12 units)
Level III Elective (3 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3316 Evolutionary Computation (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3315 Computer Vision (3 units)^
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Artificial Intelligence Major) Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3310 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)^
MATHS 3025 Communication Skills III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
Artificial Intelligence Elective (6 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (3 units)
Level III Elective (3 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3316 Evolutionary Computation (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3315 Computer Vision (3 units)^
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Data Science Major) Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
MATHS 3025 Communication Skills III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3311 Software Engineering & Project (Data Science (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
Data Science Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (3 units)
Level III Elective (3 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3315 Computer Vision (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3316 Evolutionary Computation (3 units)^
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Cybersecurity Major) Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
MATHS 3025 Communication Skills III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3312 Software Engineering & Project(Cybersecurity) (3 units)
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
Cybersecurity Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (3 units)
Level III Elective (3 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3316 Evolutionary Computation (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3315 Computer Vision (3 units)^
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Distributed Systems and Networking Major) Year 1 COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)* See note below
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming (3 units)* See note below
Level I Elective (3 units)
or
MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA (3 units)**
MATHS 1008 Mathematics for Information Technology I (3 units)
or
MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB (3 units)**
COMP SCI 1106 Introduction to Software Engineering (3 units)
Level I Elective (9 units)Year 2 COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures (3 units)*See note below
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
or
COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis (3 units)*See note below
COMP SCI 2207 Web & Database Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 2000 Computer Systems (3 units)
Level I, II or III Elective (3 units)
COMP SCI Level II Elective (3 units)
Level II Electives (6 units)Year 3 MATHS 3025 Communication Skills III (3 units)
or
ENTREP 3901 Tech eChallenge (3 units)
COMP SCI 3313 Software Engineering & Project (Distributed Systems and Networking) (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3004 Operating Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI Level III Elective (6 units)
Level III Elective (6 units)Elective Choices COMP SCI 1010 Puzzle Based Learning (3 units)
COMP SCI 1012 Scientific Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 2005 Systems Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3001 Computer Networks and Applications (3 units)
COMP SCI 3005 Computer Architecture (3 units)
COMP SCI 3007 Artificial Intelligence (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3014 Computer Graphics (3 units)
COMP SCI 3305 Parallel and Distributed Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3306 Mining Big Data (3 units)
COMP SCI 3308 Cyber Security Fundamentals (3 units)
COMP SCI 2203 Problem Solving and Software Development (3 units)
COMP SCI 2204 Advanced Programming Paradigms (3 units)
COMP SCI 3012 Distributed Systems (3 units)
COMP SCI 3013 Event Driven Computing (3 units)
COMP SCI 3307 Secure Programming (3 units)
COMP SCI 3316 Evolutionary Computation (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3314 Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3315 Computer Vision (3 units)^
COMP SCI 3310 Software Engineering & Project (3 units)^
*STUDENTS WITH PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Do not need to complete COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming and therefore complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming b) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures c) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis d) Level I, II or III Elective
*STUDENTS WITH NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE:
Complete the following courses in the order listed a) COMP SCI 1101 Introduction to Programming b) COMP SCI 1102 Object Oriented Programming c) COMP SCI 1103 Algorithm Design and Data Structures d) COMP SCI 2201 Algorithm & Data Structure Analysis
** To enrol in MATHS 1012 Mathematics IB students must first pass MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA, this is presented as a level 1 elective. Entry into MATHS 1011 Mathematics IA requires SACE Stage 2 Specialist Mathematics, or a pass in MATHS 1013 Mathematics IM. The Mathematics IA/IB pathway is for students who want to study extra mathematics. A pass in Mathematics IB is prerequisite for all Level II Mathematics courses.
# Electives must include Broadening Electives to the value of 9 units.
These Broadening Electives cannot be chosen from the following subject areas: COMP SCI , MATHS, PURE MTH, APP MATH, STATS.
How to choose an elective course in your area of interest? Please refer to the steps via the link: http://www.ecms.adelaide.edu.au/currentstudents/newstudents/#tab5content
COURSE AVAILABILITY
^Check the course planner for course availability noting the availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities.Assessment
Assessment can vary from course to course and can include a combination of class work, tutorials, project work and exams.

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