An Honours degree allows students to pursue those aspects of their chosen discipline which most interest them. With this qualification, students develop their research and writing skills and are better equipped to pursue great careers, Postgraduate Research or Postgraduate Coursework degrees.
Students who perform well during the Bachelor of Information Technology degree may undertake a further year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) study to obtain the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) degree. The Honours degree allows students to further develop their specific areas of interest in Information Technology.
The range of innovative research themes is in line with the further research being undertaken by our Postgraduate Research students.
- Health Informatics
- Visual information processing
- Perceptual data mining
- Simulation and agent-based systems.