Semester 1 2019 - Course Advice
Sessions are held daily 11am - 12 noon, and 4pm - 5pm, in the Robot Room (Lab D, G.28), Owheo building
There has never been a better time to become qualified in Computer Science - both the number of jobs available and the salary levels for graduates are projected to rise. Earning for graduates and postgraduates are well above average - just look at the fact sheets produced by Education Counts to see the earnings for Computer Science graduates five years after study. Education Counts also shows clearly the salary benefits of higher levels of study.
Our focus is on great teaching informed by great research, using state of the art facilities in the Owheo building. Computer Science Map - Owheo building (PDF format, 137 KB)
Our graduates find that a multitude of professions are open to them - in the legal, financial and business fields through to games development, software engineering and computer graphics.
Computer Science: what is it?
- See an introduction to Computer Science with Professor Brendan McCane.
- See our full list of papers.
- Check the papers you need to study for an undergraduate degree.
- How to proceed with a postgraduate degree.
Open the door to your future - explore this site to learn more!