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OP 7

Rank 86

Course information set

  • Combine an information technology specialisation with applied and computational mathematics, decision science or statistical science.
  • Complete 2 separate degrees in 4 years full-time.
  • Specialise in business process management, data warehousing, digital environments, enterprise systems, network systems, software engineering or web technologies.
  • Study advanced calculus, linear algebra, vectors and matrices, computational mathematics, differential equations, operations research, data analysis and statistical modelling.
QTAC course code418552
QUT course code SE30
Attendance Full-time
Course duration 4 years full-time
Start month 2019 February

You can defer your offer and postpone the start of your course for one year.

Delivery On campus
  • Gardens Point
  • Science and Engineering Faculty
Course contact
CRICOS code 059226F
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Why choose this course?

Mathematics and information technology are interrelated disciplines. This double degree provides you with the knowledge and skills to develop solutions for complex problems that provide great benefits to society. In the first year you will build a foundation in mathematics and information technology and then select integrated strands combining units from the areas of applied and computational mathematics, decision science and statistical science with the combined information technology specialisation of your choice. 

Career outcomes

Mathematics underpins much of information technology, especially in the more advanced areas of development and analysis. As a graduate you may find employment as a data visualisation specialist, operations research specialist, computational scientist, statistician (there is high demand in the insurance industry), or work in complex system and scientific modelling.

Professional recognition

Graduates may be eligible for membership in the Australian Mathematical Society (AMS), ANZIAM (Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics, a division of AMS), the Australian Society for Operations Research Inc. (ASOR) and the Statistical Society of Australia, depending on unit selections. This course is accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). ACS accreditation is internationally recognised by the Seoul Accord.

Financial support

You should consider applying for an industry-sponsored mathematics bursary or an information technology scholarship to help you financially throughout your studies.

Other study options


Download course structures and unit outlines for Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Mathematics

The Bachelor of Mathematics component consists of:

  • Six (6) core units (72 credit points - 48cp + 24cp core options)
  • Ten (10) major core units (120 credit points).


The Bachelor of Information Technology component consists of:

  • Six (6) core units (72 credit points - 48cp + 24cp core options)
  • Ten (10) major core units (120 credit points).

Entry requirements

Guide to entry thresholds

OP 7

Rank 86

Course information set

Assumed knowledge

Before you start this course we assume you have sound knowledge in these areas:

  • English
  • Maths B

We assume that you have knowledge equivalent to four semesters at high school level (Years 11 and 12) with sound achievement (4, SA).

More about assumed knowledge

Did you get an OP 1-5?

If you receive an OP 1-5 or equivalent, you're guaranteed an offer for this course in the major offer round.

Course fees

Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually, and they may be subject to increases.

2019: CSP $9,400 per year full-time (96 credit points) (subject to annual review)

Student Services and Amenities Fee

You may need to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) as part of your course costs.

HECS-HELP: loans to help you pay your course fees

You may not have to pay anything upfront if you're eligible for a HECS-HELP loan.

Find out if you're eligible for a HECS-HELP loan

Scholarships and financial support

You can apply for scholarships to help you with study and living costs.

These scholarships are available for this course:

View all undergraduate scholarships

You may also be eligible for Centrelink payments.


How to apply for Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Mathematics

You apply through QTAC for all our undergraduate courses.

Are you ready to submit your application?

You're ready if you've:

  1. Found all the courses you want to apply for - you can apply for up to 6.
  2. Checked important dates.
  3. Checked you meet the entry requirements.
  4. Checked your course costs and if you're eligible for financial support.

All done? Then you're ready to apply.

Important: Make a note of the QTAC code for this course (418552) because you'll need to enter it as part of your QTAC application.

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After you've submitted your application to QTAC

If you've studied before or if you have at least two years' work experience, you may want to apply for credit for prior learning.


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