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Computing and Programming

Today’s USB drives have 128 million times more memory than computers used in Apollo 11’s moon mission in 1969. Computers have evolved from 50-ton machines to embedded systems in a hearing aid, and by 2020, the number of connected devices could reach 30 billion. Computing technology and programming continues to rapidly change and evolve business, industry and society.

  • Study at USQ for a renowned degree within the computing and programming field, as well as the following industry certification:
  • Our postgraduate programs cater for all graduates, regardless of whether you’ve studied computing and programming previously.
  • USQ computing and programming degrees are accredited at a professional level by the Australian Computer Society and, through the Seoul Accord, are recognised in other countries.
  • Be a part of the Cyber Security Challenge, Australia’s only cyber security competition, run over 24 hours and designed to test your technical and communication skills. You’ll also get your name in front of some of Australia’s biggest and most respected Cyber Security employers.

Broaden your skill-set within the computing and programming fields by studying a double degree.

Career opportunities

Your Australian Computer Society accredited computing and programming degree from USQ will not only ensure you are a work-ready industry professional, it can take you anywhere in the world. Depending on your area of interest, you can start your career in various sectors of the IT industry such as: technology service, content and design, business information systems, and IT engineering and architecture.

Find out how to become a:

The Future of IT Guide: Job Prospects and Trends

Study Computing and Programming at USQ