COURSE INFORMATION

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V31 / U54 Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing)

The Faculty of Computing, Health and Science offers a general Bachelor of Science with a wide range of discipline concentrations and a number of more specialised Bachelor of Science courses providing specifically identified major studies.

 

Requirements for each of the specific awards offered in the School of Computer and Information Science are detailed below.

 

The more flexible award is described earlier in the Handbook.

 

INTRODUCTION

This is a three year full-time (or part-time equivalent) program leading to a Bachelor of Science dgeree.

 

INTERNET COMPUTING

Course Code XXX (Fee paying Australian students)

Course Code XXX (International students and HECS-liable Australian students)

 

The Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing) is an undergraduate course that recognises the importance of internet, intranet and mobile computing and their impact on modern business. Specifically, the course recognises:

  • The requirements for organisations to operate effectively in the online environment.
  • The role of the internet, intranet and mobile computing in providing seamless online information and services between staff, business and cutomers.

 

The Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing) provides students with the knowledge to actively assist industry and government transform commerce and the delivery of information and services. This innovative course provides students with the skills and expertise to design, create, implement and integrate internet, intranet and mobile computing applications for the online environment.

 

Graduates have a solid grounding in programming, systems analysis and design, database, security issues, networking, project management and interactive web development. This can lead to graduates being employed as developers of online solutions, programmers, web site managers, and project managers for the online environment. The knowledge gained from this course is applicable across multiple industries. A fourth year of study leads to an Honours degree.

 

The Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing) is accredited at the professional level by the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

 

COURSE LOCATION AND MODE OF STUDY

The course is available by full-time or part-time study on Mount Lawley campus.

 

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

In addition to standard admission requirements, applicants require a TEE mathematics subject, or a TEE science subject or TEE Information Systems.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

The Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing) requires a total of 360 credit points made up of eighteen core units, a six unit minor or six elective units. Students under-taking the Internet Computing degree complete the following program:

 
YEAR ONE
Semester 1
CSG1132 Communicating in an IT Environment 15
CSI1241 Systems Analysis 15
CSP1150 Programming Principles 15
ENS1161 Computer Fundamentals 15
Semester 2
CSG2130 Applied Communications 15
CSG2343 Operating Systems 15
CSI2341 Systems and Database Design 15
CSP1244 Visual Programming 15
 
YEAR TWO
Semester 1
CSI2201 Computer Security 15
CSP2347 UNIX and C 15
CSP2103 Markup Languages 15
Minor / Elective 1
Semester 2
CSG2431 Interactive Web Development 15
CSP3241 Internet and Java Programming 15
CSG2304 Portable Data Systems 15
Minor / Elective 2
 
YEAR THREE
Semester 1
CSG3332 Project Management, Professionalism and Ethics 15
ENS3343 Data Communication and Computer Networks 15
Minor / Elective 3
Minor / Elective 4
Semester 2
CSI3344 Distributed Systems 15
CSG3437 Information Technology Project 15
Minor / Elective 5
Minor / Elective 6
 
MINOR STUDIES
There are a wide choice of minor study areas and elective units. Suitable minor areas for Internet Computing students include:
 
Administrative Management
Computer Science
Electronic Commerce
Interactive Multimedia Technologies
Management
Marketing
Media Studies
Records Management
 
Details of these minors are included in this Handbook. Further information is available from the various Schools. Students should seek counselling from appropriate staff before making the final decision as to their minor study area.
 
ELECTIVE UNITS
Students have the choice of selecting up to six units from a range of available units with approval of the Course Coordinator.
 
 
 
 
 
Disability Standards for Education (Commonwealth 2005)
For the purposes of considering a request for Reasonable Adjustments under the Disability Standards for Education (Commonwealth 2005), inherent requirements for this subject are articulated in the Unit Description, Learning Outcomes, Graduate Attributes and Assessment Requirements of this entry. The University is dedicated to provide support to those with special requirements. Further details on the support for students with disabilities or medical conditions can be found at the Student Equity, Diversity and Disability Service website:
http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/student/support/student-equity

Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004