|Computer Science/Digital Media - 3982|
The BSc (Computer Science) BDM combined program provides both a technical and creative foundation to the development and use of computer graphics. It also allows specialisation in the final semester in either the technical or creative strand of computer graphics and associated fields.
Please contact the School of Computer Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Science for information on the Program Objectives and Learning Outcomes.
The Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Digital Media can be studied by two plans:
And ONE of:
Note: MATH2400 is now offered in semester 1 only. Students may choose to complete this requirement in one of the following ways until a better arrangement can be made:
Please also note that 3982 students have permission from the School of Maths to use MATH1131 or MATH1141 as a pre-req substitution for enrolment into MATH2589.
Enrolment should be possible via myUNSW without assistance. However, if you do experience any difficulties please contact the CSE Student Office for assistance.
Students in this program are exempt from General Education requirements.
Honours (Optional) COMPAH3978
Computer Science Honours takes one year full-time or two years of part-time study.
Normally, students are expected to have attained an average mark of 65 (according to NewSouth Student calculations) to qualify for entry to the Honours year. Students who do not meet this expectation may be admitted in special circumstances. Students who have graduated with a three-year computer science degree from UNSW or another university can apply for admission to Honours. Application forms are available from the Student Office of Computer Science and Engineering in K17 G01. Detailed information about the program is available at the Honours website at: www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs4914
Please refer to Program Structure for the Academic Requirements relating to this program.
For information regarding fees for UNSW programs, please refer to the following website: https://my.unsw.edu.au/student/fees/FeesMainPage.html
Some courses listed here also offer advanced versions
Information regarding recommended computing equipment and software for the program is available from the School of Computer Science and Engineering Help Desk.
The professional body for engineering in Australia is Engineers Australia, which has as its first objective the promotion of the science and practice of engineering in all its branches.
Engineers Australia has its national headquarters in Canberra and functions through a series of divisions, the local one being the Sydney Division. Within each division are branches representing the main interests within the profession, e.g. civil, mechanical, electrical, engineering management and environmental engineering.
Students of an approved school of engineering may join the Institution as a student member (StudIEAust). Student members receive the monthly publication Engineers Australia and for a small fee they also receive The Transactions which contains articles on a particular branch of engineering.
Student members are invited to participate in the Excellence Award for Work Experience, the National Young Engineer of the Year Award and to avail themselves of other Engineers Australia services including the Mentor Scheme and industrial experience guidance.
For more information and membership application forms, contact Engineers Australia, Sydney Division, Level 3, 8 Thomas Street, CHATSWOOD NSW 2067 - telephone 02 9410 5600 www.engineersaustralia.org.au
The Australian Computing Society
The peak professional body for computing in Australia is the Australian Computing Society (ACS) - www.acs.org.au
The objectives of the ACS can be found here and include: "advanc[ing] professional excellence in information and communications technology, and further[ing] the study, science and application of information and communications technology."
Again, students who want to join ACS should go to Member Application
Area(s) of Specialisation