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Master of Science (Computer Science)
A recognised degree, including necessary prerequisite studies in computing.
Details of admission requirements are specified below:
a) Graduates of the Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) or equivalent will be expected to have a course average of 60 per cent or better, or will be expected to provide evidence of relevant experience in the computing industry.
b) Graduate Diploma of Science (Computer Studies) or equivalent graduates will be expected to have a course average of 70 per cent or better, or will be expected to provide evidence of relevant experience in the computing industry. Such graduates may be required to complete bridging units. It is expected that an applicant will have completed a computing project at undergraduate or Graduate Diploma level, or have had suitable work experience in lieu.
c) Students with an equivalent of eight to eleven Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) units or whose course did not contain certain expected studies, may be required to complete bridging units.
d) Candidates with a First or Second Class Honours degree in computing may be permitted to proceed directly to second year of the two-year Master program, although depending on their topic, they may be required to undertake some coursework.