This page has links to AUT's Computing and Mathematical Sciences qualifications including undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Computing and Mathematical Sciences. We also run a pre-degree programme and are active in research.
Our qualifications cover these disciplines:
Details of honours and masters degrees, postgraduate diplomas and certificates, and doctoral degrees. Features the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Honours), Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Honours), Master of Computer and Information Sciences, Master of Forensic Information Technology, Master of Service-Oriented Computing, Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy.
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Physicists and computer scientists are on a journey – a journey towards Quantum Computing.
This is technology so radical that it will change the way we live, work and play by creating computers so powerful that they will easily eclipse today's most powerful super computers.
What is Quantum Computing?
It’s one of the exciting new technologies that our graduates will be embracing at AUT’s School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences. Our innovative new course focus on the future - super high end, high-tech parallel computing leading to quantum computing.
Along with these grand designs in computing AUT's School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences is also the one place in New Zealand operating a fully functioning Radio Telescope. The hope is that New Zealand will play a crucial part in another of the global science community’s next big projects - the Square Kilometre Array.
Build your computer science journey at AUT today – The University for the Changing World.
Professor Ajit Narayanan
BSc Aston, PhD Exe. MACM
Head of School, Computing and Mathematical Sciences