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Bachelor of Cyber Security

Undergraduate
What you'll learn
Design and utilise relevant programming techniques to create and use databases;
Think critically to conceptualise, structure and interpret big data problems;
Apply creative thinking to core Information and Communication Technology (ICT) concepts and principles;
Communicate ICT concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences;
Work collaboratively and effectively in the field of ICT;
Apply ethical principles to the handling of data and information securely;
Analyse, report and manage data, metadata and derived information using appropriate storage, access, analysis, reporting and administrative tools;
Demonstrate proficiency in the use of data collection techniques, including quantitative modelling, and data visualisation methods for various types of data in a range of fields;
Continue to develop skills and maintain a currency of knowledge as the field of ICT continues to develop and innovate;
Apply organisational and business knowledge to applications within the field of ICT;
Evaluate security risks associated with data storage, access and manipulation;
Demonstrate understanding of the SFIA Foundation Skills Framework for the Information Age.
Undergraduate

Bachelor of Data Science

Bachelor of Data Science

Undergraduate
What you'll learn
Design and utilise relevant programming techniques to create and use databases;
Think critically to conceptualise, structure and interpret big data problems;
Apply creative thinking to core Information and Communication Technology (ICT) concepts and principles;
Communicate ICT concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences;
Work collaboratively and effectively in the field of ICT;
Apply ethical principles to the handling of data and information securely;
Analyse, report and manage data, metadata and derived information using appropriate storage, access, analysis, reporting and administrative tools;
Demonstrate proficiency in the use of data collection techniques, including quantitative modelling, and data visualisation methods for various types of data in a range of fields;
Continue to develop skills and maintain a currency of knowledge as the field of ICT continues to develop and innovate;
Apply organisational and business knowledge to applications within the field of ICT;
Evaluate security risks associated with data storage, access and manipulation;
Demonstrate understanding of the SFIA Foundation Skills Framework for the Information Age.