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Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Research and Development) (Honours)

  • Bachelor (Honours)

If you want to explore the cutting edge of research in computing and gain skills that will enable you to development software that tackles complex problems then you are looking at the right degree.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
Duration
4 years full-time
Course Code
AACRD, 085359K
Study Mode
In person
International Fees
$46,910 total
ATAR
98

About this course

If you want to explore the cutting edge of research in computing and gain skills that will enable you to development software that tackles complex problems then you are looking at the right degree.

This is a unique, interdisciplinary program that will prepare you to be a future leader of the information and communications technology revolution. It also is a great pathway to a PhD.

As a degree accredited by the Australian Computer Society you will not only learn advanced computing techniques and have the opportunity to complete a unique specialisation, but also develop exceptional professional skills including communication and teamwork.

You'll work alongside distinguished researchers at ANU and pursue research projects in your own area of interest.

While some of our students are developing code which controls unmanned aerial vehicles, others are busy writing algorithms to mine through Petabytes of data. If mastering challenging projects is your thing, the ANU Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Research and Development) can launch you into a spectacular career

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As a high-achieving student in the Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Research & Development) (Honours) (BAC(R&D)) degree you have chosen a unique degree. You will study to become an innovator and a future leader of the ICT revolution by undertaking research with some of the world's leading researchers. You will undertake an accelarated mode of learning, develop a strong foundation in core computer science and be provided with the tools to develop the next generation of computing applications.

The BAC can be taken as a single degree which inlcudes a number of core and compulsory courses. The single degree also offers 48 units (eight courses) of electives that can be taken from additional computing courses (enabling you to complete a Computing major, minor, or specialisation), or from other university courses.



Study locations

Canberra

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Computing & Information Systems courses at Australian National University (ANU).
77.2%
Overall satisfaction
78.3%
Skill scale
57.6%
Teaching scale
71.9%
Employed full-time