What will I learn?
Break new ground with your talent for IT
Do you have a degree in information sciences, such as a Bachelor of Business Informatics, Bachelor of Information Technology or Bachelor of Software Engineering?
A Master of Information Sciences (Research) lets you extend your knowledge and make valuable new contributions to the pioneering field of information technology (IT).
Complete your Master of Information Sciences (Research) at UC to:
undertake advanced coursework and research in:
other engineering and information technology related areas.
learn important research methodology and techniques
tailor your study program with the detailed support of expert academics
demonstrate your communication skills with the submission of a thesis and the presentation of a seminar.
Important to know
The master's is a standard four semester's full time or equivalent, with a maximum eight semesters.
You must have a degree in information sciences with an average grade of credit or better.
Alternatively, you must have a Master of Technology or equivalent with an average grade of credit or better and evidence that you are capable of doing research at master's level.
Knowledge of the latest development in the relevant disciplines of information and communication technology, information systems, computer sciences, and network engineering, and being able to conduct research independently and/or work in a team.
Solid foundation of the relevant theories and the basic principles relevant disciplines of information and communication technology, information systems, computer sciences, and network engineering; from the foundation to acquire up-to-date knowledge and skills in the future.
Communication skills in listening, reading, speaking, explaining, teaching, and writing from and to audiences of different backgrounds and papers of different scoops and levels.
Expertise and skills in research to test established theories against a body of knowledge in IT fields; expertise and skills in designing and testing hypothesis for problem solving and conducting research; expertise and skills in contributing new knowledge and skills to the IT fields.
Which department am I in? Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Students must have a degree of bachelor with first or upper second class honours awarded by an Australian university or other recognized higher education institution, an award or the completion of work that has first or upper second class honours equivalence. English language requirements: International English Language Testing System (IELTS): 6.5 with no band score below 6.0; Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): IBT - Overall score of 86 with no skill score below: R3: 16, L: 15, S: 18, W: 22; Pearson Test of English (PTE): Academic - 58 with no skill score below 50; Cambridge English Scale (CES) - 176 with no individual sub-score below 169; Occupational English Test (OET) - No grade lower than 'C' in any of the sub-tests.
The entry requirements of the course are: a degree in information sciences (such as Bachelor of Business Informatics, Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Software Engineering) with an average grade of credit or better; or a Master of Technology or equivalent with an average grade of credit or better and evidence of capacity for doing research at the Masters level
Other English language requirements: TOEFL: PTE 58-54; CAE 58; CPE 45.
Offered by this university
University of Canberra offers below pathways courses for this subject Diploma of Business Informatics (Extended)
Diploma of Business Informatics (189JA.2)
Diploma of Network and Software Engineering (353JA.1)
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)
A$25,080.00 (US$ 19,618) per year
12 February 2018, 6 August 2018
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