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Science

When you study a science degree, you'll learn how to solve the big problems facing the world, from food security to biotechnology, renewable energy to geosystems, climate change to exploring our expanding universe. Get real experience and practical learning with the most up-to-date technology, and explore the limitless possibilities of the world around you.

Undergraduate courses

Not sure what to study in science?

The Bachelor of Science is designed so you can explore each of the core majors in your first year. This will help you make an informed decision about which major to study from your second year. If you already know what you want to study, you can explore our majors.

Are you a high-achieving science student ready for a research career?

The Bachelor of Science Advanced (Honours) is designed for students, like you, who know what they want. You'll bypass general science units and get straight into your area of passion, with real-world research projects in authentic research environments.

A postgraduate science course offers you the opportunity to further your knowledge in well-established and emerging areas in the field. Postgraduate courses provide a practical foundation for both research and professional employment opportunities. Your course will gain you access to personal research mentors and high level skills in your discipline area. Personalise your course by designing and undertaking advanced course work units and experimental programs to ultimately demonstrate your advanced capabilities.

Postgraduate courses

Mathematics

Mathematics provides powerful tools for analysis of today's complex world and gives an insight into many significant real-world problems. It lies at the core of logical thinking, problem solving, and data analysis. It helps businesses to run better, identifies patterns in nature and optimises manufacturing processes. Mathematics requires us to think logically and clearly about problems involving numbers, space and relationships. At QUT, you'll learn to apply mathematics to real-world situations using the latest computer technologies, and work with award-winning teaching staff.

Undergraduate courses

Not sure what to study in mathematics?

The Bachelor of Mathematics is designed so you can explore each of the core majors in your first year. This will help you make an informed decision about which major to study from your second year. If you already know what you want to study, you can explore our majors.

Combine research and advanced units to pursue specialised studies in a postgraduate mathematics course. A postgraduate course enables you to develop advanced skills and gain a competitive advantage in the workplace. Additionally, use your analytical skills to conduct research and solve problems facing the real world. With a shortage of highly trained mathematical scientists in the world, this course will provide you with modern and personalised training for your career.

Postgraduate courses

Games and design

Take your raw ideas to full design concepts, and then bring your products to life with technology skills like games programming, graphics programming and game artificial intelligence. Join our exciting interactive development hub, where you'll produce games for a worldwide audience. And, importantly, build important connections with developers and designers working in the games industry.

Undergraduate courses

Develop your skills further in one of our games and design postgraduate research degrees. Produce research in your chosen specialisation and have access to university scholarly events and activities. Our research opportunities are designed to build onto your skills and background experiences while providing you with opportunities for career advancement.

Postgraduate courses

Information technology

If you're passionate about computers and technology, you can harness that passion and turn it into a stellar future in information technology.

Focus on what makes technology work, and explore how to design and develop new systems and software. You'll work with and learn from information technology professionals who will help you develop creative software solutions for complex problems.

Undergraduate courses

Not sure what to study in information technology?

The Bachelor of Information Technology is designed so you can explore the core majors - computer science and information systems - in your first year. This will help you make an informed decision about which major to study from your second year. If you already know what you want to study, you can explore our majors.

As one of the most requested transdisciplinary skills, a postgraduate course in coding, computers and technology will ensure you're up to date and in demand in your industry.

Learn through project-based units and research-inspired problems to gain knowledge needed in a progressively technology-driven and information-rich world. Develop specialist knowledge and the ability to formulate best practice IT strategies and solutions with a postgraduate degree in information technology.

Postgraduate courses

Data science and analytics

As the world becomes more reliant on data management, we need to learn to collate, interpret and use that data. Build comprehensive knowledge of data science tools and develop critical problem-solving skills to be at the forefront of one of the most exciting careers of contemporary times.

Undergraduate courses

A postgraduate degree in data analytics will enable you to develop advanced skills and gain a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Turn data into insights that inform critical evidence-based decision making. Develop data mining and modelling skills with a Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics or specialise in advanced analysis, biomedicine, computational methods or statistics with a Master of Data Science.

Postgraduate courses

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