Be remarkable working in the fast-paced world of information and communication technology
With broad-based understanding of emerging technologies and processes an imperative towards future employment, study programs offered by Griffith’s School of Information and Communication Technology provide an appealing option for future students.
Global research expertise in industries relating to big data, coding, app development and cyber security ensures an overriding enterprise and initiative in study program development and delivery.
The work-integrated learning program provides direct access to talented students in science, environment, engineering and technology.
WIL is a work-integrated learning program that integrates undergraduate and postgraduate students into the workplace through completing an industry based project.
Thomas Spalding began his Criminology and Information Technology double degree in 2017. ‘I chose criminology because I had an interest in the field but while studying I thought I might brush up on IT because cybercrime has a lot of potential for jobs.’ Thomas also says that the double degree has exceeded his expectations from both an academic and a social perspective.
He hopes to work in fraud and cybercrime detection for a private institution before eventually moving into a role with the Australian Federal Police.
Ranked in the top 4 in Australia for teaching quality
The School of ICT is one of the most highly ranked schools in Australia for teaching quality, according to the Good University Guide rankings for 2016/17.
Strong future career prospects in STEM
Australia’s STEM Workforce report, from the Office of the Chief Scientist, says the majority of future jobs growth is likely to be in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Industry placements as you study
Our degrees incorporate work-integrated learning, giving you the chance to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are necessary to exceed in the industry.
Explore the core research and innovation happening within the School of ICT
Associate Professor Jun Jo and Cailen Robertson, Computer Science
Bachelor of Intelligent Digital Technologies
This new degree brings together technical and practical skills in the fields of intelligent digital technologies.
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