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Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours)

  • Bachelor (Honours)

Imagine using your creative intelligence to discover new information technology (IT) possibilities to help meet key global challenges.

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Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
Course Code
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Domestic Fees
$7,950 per year / $31,800 total
International Fees
$42,800 per year / $171,200 total

About this course

Imagine using your creative intelligence to discover new information technology (IT) possibilities to help meet key global challenges.

This Honours version of the Bachelor of Computer Science is for high-achieving students with a research focus. It offers you all the benefits of the Advanced Computer Science specialisation, plus a stream of hands-on projects that engages you in research right from the start of your degree. You also do a research or industry placement, supported by a generous scholarship.

You will develop the exceptional programming and analysis skills and the research capabilities needed for postgraduate study or a career in the expanding world of digital research and development.

Studying with some of the world's best academics in Australia's leading IT Faculty, you will learn to think creatively and analytically. You will graduate with the skills to design algorithms (instructions for computers) and data structures (information storage), creating software that solves real-world problems.

The skills you acquire during the course are enhanced by real-world experience. In your third year you will enjoy a half-year scholarship placement in a research group of a participating company or organisation, or in the highly regarded Industry Based Learning (IBL) program.

In your fourth year, you will undertake a substantial individual research project with your own academic supervisor. Monash's IT research strengths include intelligent systems, bioinformatics, cybersecurity, modelling, optimisation and visualisation.

All areas in our modern world require digital solutions, and there are practical applications across a range of disciplines and professions. As a graduate with:

  • a degree accredited by the Australian Computer Society,
  • deep computer science knowledge,
  • strong research, analysis, problem solving, communication and team work skills, and
  • hands-on experience in IT research,

Exciting areas for research and development will be open to you.

Graduating with Honours will not only enhance your employment opportunities - it also means you can complete a Masters in just one additional year, and provides an excellent preparation for a PhD program.

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