Specialist Major in Data Science (SM0057.1)
|Faculty of Science and Technology
|Academic Program Area - Technology
The major in Data science provides an opportunity for the students to gain deep knowledge and specialist technical knowledge and practical skills in making sense out of the massive volumes of data generated in the digital economy. Data is nowadays a vital asset, valued by virtually every organisation in the world. The expert skills acquired in the Data Science major will provide the basis for sensible, evidence-based decision-making. The graduates will be able to know how to apply fundamental scientific principles to the analysis of large, complex data sets, with deep insight into the big data to solve complex and challenging problems. The major also provides opportunities for an intensive, extended work-integrated learning experience and the capstone project allows graduates to practice their data science skills. This major allows graduates to seek roles as data scientists or big data engineers, architects, analysts, administrators and consultants.
1. Basic knowledge and skills in ICT (Information and Communication Technology) basic numeracy and literacy skills for Beginning (1) level units in this unit set, and
2. Completion of some of the Beginning (1) level ITS Core Major units for Intermediate (2) and Advanced (3) level units in this unit set.
Specialist majors are only available to students in the course for which the major is required.
- Bachelor of Information Technology (322AA.8)
- Bachelor of Information Technology (322AA.9)
- Bachelor of Science (392AB.2)
- Bachelor of Software Engineering (560AA.7)
- Bachelor of Software Engineering (560AA.8)
- Bachelor of Business Informatics (706AA.8)
- Bachelor of Business Informatics (706AA.9)
- Bachelor of Software Engineering/Bachelor of Business Informatics (838AA.4)
- Bachelor of Software Engineering/Bachelor of Business Informatics (838AA.5)
Note: - Must note the following
- Restricted Choice units should be chosen to either meet the prerequisites of the units in the Major or to complement Major units for a better learning outcome.