Master of Information Systems
A degree for aspiring and current practitioners and consultants in digital business: professionals supporting, managing and changing business processes through information and communications technology, and information systems.
Master of Information Technology
A program for creative students who are passionate about cutting edge technology and its applications in solving real world problems across all areas of business, government, and society. It is available in these specialisations: Computing, Distributed Computing, and Spatial.
Master of Engineering (Spatial)
Surveying and spatial information engineers are measurement experts, who map assets, infrastructure and cultural heritage, and track locations of moving objects.
Master of Engineering (Mechatronics)
Mechatronics engineering blends the disciplines of mechanical, electrical and software engineering around the principles of control systems and automation.
Master of Engineering (Software)
Software engineers combine an understanding of computer science, design, engineering management, mathematics and psychology to manage the development, maintenance and production of large scale software systems.
Master of Science (Bioinformatics)
The goal of bioinformatics is to understand complex biological data and processes by developing and applying advanced computational techniques such as data mining and machine learning, biostatistics, molecular and systems modelling, and visualisation.
Master of Science (Computer Science)
The Master of Science (Computer Science) explores the technologies that are driving global innovation, through advanced coursework and a research project in one of the three core areas of distributed and parallel computing; declarative languages; and knowledge technologies.
Master of Data Science
The management and analysis of big data is becoming increasingly important in commerce, industry and applied science. Data science is a rapidly growing field that has evolved to address this need and sits at the intersection of statistics and computer science.