Computer and Mathematical Sciences
St Paul Street PrecinctDue for completion in 2018, a new development on St Paul Street will lead the way for greater collaboration and faster adoption of new technologies.
Featuring flexible lab spaces, a gallery space, and fabrication workshops, the new buildings will house students, staff and researchers from the newly established School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.
The design of the new building and its facilities and spaces have been informed by thorough research into the campuses at future-focused universities like Queensland University of Technology and RMIT.
Studying at AUT will ensure you’ll have the best foundation to launch into a career of computer and mathematical sciences, which the internet and all things digital are built upon.
Our programmes have a strong focus on real-world learning, and as part of your Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences or Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences degree you work on industry relevant projects. Most final-year students complete a research and development project that typically involves creating a commercial solution for an industry client or supervised research in a selected area.
Certificate in Science and Technology
Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences
Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences/ Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences
Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences
Last updated: 27-Jun-2016 10.12am
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