Information Technology Courses

Invent your career in bits and bytes

In a binary world, Information & Communications Technology (ICT) professionals have never been more in-demand.

Our degrees will prepare you to be at the forefront of technology, digital industries, computer science, hardware and software development, computer forensics, systems security, e-business and internet technologies, systems architecture, project management, computer aid engineering, and AI.

Ask about our scholarships and paid-internships. Learn from award-winning academics. Explore our state-of-the-art access grid and labs. Get real-world project experience working within our region’s blossoming tech space industry.

Western offers a unique environment where students work together across disciplines to achieve amazing goals, like winning Best Robot Design in 2016, and competing in the World Solar Car Challenge.

We’re also the only Sydney uni to offer degrees in Information & Communications Technology (Health Information Management), and Entrepreneurship (Games Design & Simulation) – a degree that gives you hands-on experience in technology parks, incubators, and innovation centres.

Plus, those looking to further their career can choose from the new Master of Information Governance, or a range of postgraduate courses in Advanced Networking or Information Communications Technology (ICT).

Professional accreditation

Western’s Computer Science, Information Systems and ICT (including the Master of ICT) degrees are accredited by the Australian Computer Society at professional level.

Real-world experience

Bring ideas to life in Wonderama, Western’s industry-leading ICT facilities. Experience virtual reality with Liquid Galaxy, Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift. Combine theory with real-world experience.

Get the edge. Combine your studies

A Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Games Design & Simulation) can be studied as a stand-alone degree or you can study a Bachelor of Entrepreneurship concurrently with any Bachelor degree at Western to get the edge.

Online Short Courses Information Session

Looking to upskill, pursue a new career or challenge yourself by learning something new? Our online short courses will give you the skills and knowledge to take the next step in your career – or give you the academic credit to pursure futher study in a relevant area. 

To find out more about Online Short Courses offered at Western, please attend our Online Short Courses Information Session on Wednesday 2 June at 5pm.

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