The Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences and Postgraduate Certificate in Computer and Information Sciences are both offered at AUT Manukau campus. From semester 1 2012, we will be offering a one year taught Master of Service-Oriented Computing (MSOC) exclusively at the Manukau Campus.
Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences
The first year will give you an introduction to computer and information sciences before focusing on your chosen major in years two and three.
The Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) provides a sound technical understanding of computer hardware and software, an ability to develop high quality computing solutions and an appreciation of the processes and practices necessary to meet the demands of a profession in computer and information sciences.
Renowned as being practical-based, the BCIS is backed by a high profile industry advisory committee to ensure that your learning is directly related to current and future industry needs. You will also carry out a significant project in industry, undertaking a real task for real clients.
See full information on the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences.
Master of Service-Oriented Computing (MSOC)-exclusively at the Manukau Campus.
The Master of Service-Oriented Computing (MSOC) is a postgraduate programme focused on the interdisciplinary area of service-oriented computing. It is aimed at graduates who desire a taught master's programme and will present some of the latest developments and trends in both practice and research in the area. This one-year master's by coursework will build on professional experience in the information technology (IT) sector and prepare graduates for the growing cloud computing, service science and service-oriented computing sectors.
See full information on the Master of Service-Oriented Computing
Aut Manukau Campus
AUT University's Manukau Campus is in the hub of Manukau City. It's on an 8-hectare site of park land, which is the former headquarters of Carter Holt Harvey.
640 Great South Road
Manukau City 2025
Features of Manukau Campus
- First class tertiary education right in the centre of Manukau City
- A range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
- Computer labs and a wireless network
- Shuttle bus service between Manukau, City and North Shore campuses
- Student lounges and study spaces
- Swimming Pool
- Astro turf courts with hire equipment for tennis, basketball, netball, volleyball, touch and soccer.
As student numbers grow, so will the teaching services available at AUT Manukau campus. The AUT Shuttle Bus runs daily between the three campuses.
Manukau campus student handbook
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Welcome to AUT University and to Manukau. You are the first of many students who will study at our beautiful campus. We hope that your time with us is a rewarding and enriching experience.