Build on your degree with Griffith’s latest honours projects to position yourself at the forefront of the competitive information and communication technology industry.
Honours will allow you to advance your research skills, critical thinking and professional practice while working on cutting-edge projects that will assist you to progress further in your career or post graduate study.
Employers are seeking graduates with strong research capabilities, communication and networking skills and who have complex problem-solving abilities that allow them to adapt to a dynamic, digital world.
The School of ICT host an honours information session in both Trimesters 1 and 2. The details of the session will be shared with current students via email.
If you’re not currently a student but would like to find out more about honours, please contact Future Student Enquires.
Current Honours offerings
The School of ICT has two honours programs:
Potential Honours projects
For a full list of potential Honours project, please visit the ICT Research Project page. If you are interested in a topic of research not listed there, please search at Griffith Experts for a suitable supervisor with expertise in this topic.
Please visit our Scholarships and Awards page, scroll down to “Search for Scholarships”, and select “Honours” in the “Qualification Level” drop-down box and select “Engineering, IT & Aviation,” in the “Study area” drop-down box for a list of all available scholarships for Honours students.
Scholarships which are specific to the School of ICT include:
- The Pro Vice Chancellor (Griffith Sciences) Academic Excellence Honours Scholarship
- Information and Communication Technology Honours Scholarship
- Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems Strategic Honours Scholarship
- Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems Honours Scholarship
Honours is a lot more open and self-governing than undergrad. You have the freedom to study what you want and explore new and interesting areas beyond what is taught in a classroom.
– Cailen Robertson, Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)