When you study environmental and occupational health and safety at the University of Newcastle you will graduate with an exciting career scope.

Bachelor of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (Singapore campus)

Career opportunities

Computer Science

Graduate attributes for the Bachelor of Computer Science are the skills, abilities and knowledge sets that are highly sought after in the software industry. Below is the complete list of attributes that graduates will have demonstrated upon the completion of the degree.

Graduate Attributes

  • Knowledge of basic science and computer science fundamentals.
  • In depth technical competence in the discipline of computer science.
  • An ability to carry out problem analysis, requirements capture, problem formulation and integrated software development for the solution of a problem.
  • Capacity to continue developing relevant knowledge, skills and expertise in computer science throughout their careers.
  • An ability to communicate effectively with other Computer Scientists, Software Engineerings, other professional disciplines, managers and the community generally.
  • Ability to undertake and co-ordinate large computer science projects and to identify problems, their formulation and solution.
  • Ability to function effectively as an individual, a team member in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams and as leader/manager with capacity to assist and encourage those under their direction.
  • Understanding of social, cultural, global and business opportunities of the professional computer scientist; understanding the need for and principles of sustainability and adaptability.
  • Understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and a commitment to them.
  • Understanding of entrepreneurship; need of and process of innovation, as well as the need of and capacity for lifelong learning.

Sample Jobs

The sample job titles listed include a range of opportunities for graduates at degree, honours and postgraduate study levels.

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Honours Handbook