Organisations need IT experts who can understand and innovate new applications of digital technologies. Be a part of the change towards digital-driven careers with IT at Curtin.
Change is closer than you think
At Curtin, you’ll explore new technology in technical detail, as you work towards developing solutions to complex computing problems.
Our computer systems and networking, computing and information technology courses teach you to program computers, administer networks, design software and multimedia, and protect computers and systems from hackers.
You can also learn to develop the next generation of computer games through our animation and game design course, or learn how to use artificial intelligence and big data in real-life situations through our data science and artificial intelligence courses.
High performance facilities
Curtin is a joint partner in the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, which provides expertise in big data, cloud services and visualisation to accelerate scientific research.
Real work environments
You’ll apply your knowledge and skills in real workplaces during your course.
You may have access to the Curtin HIVE (Hub for Immersive Visualisation and E-research), an advanced facility for data interpretation.
Graduate leads disability advocacy organisation in the Philippines
Polio affected Naprey Almario when he was eight years old but it didn’t stop him from looking for opportunities. After completing a bachelor degree in his home country, the Philippines, and establishing a small business, Almario decided postgraduate study would both enhance his business skills and help him advocate for people with disabilities.
He enrolled in a Master of Information Systems and Technology at Curtin – an opportunity that gave him the skills to gain a part-time teaching position and lead a non-government organisation in the Philippines called Association of Differently-abled Persons. “When I came home, I had the chance to teach IT subjects part-time at the University of Mindanao. I’m also focusing on my businesses and advocating for people with disabilities.”
Ready for change?
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