The Master of Computing (Advanced) is a two year full-time (or equivalent part-time) degree targeting a research role that provides students with exposure to best practice in computing through cutt
This program aims to educate science/engineering/ technology graduates in contemporary computing in a way that can provide a route for them into the Information Technology (IT) industry. You will gain a strong foundation to do more advanced study in the computing discipline.
This program provides students with exposure to best practice in computing, and cutting edge courses in areas of relevance to computing practitioners. Students will have the opportunity to specialise in a computing sub-discipline, for example artificial intelligence, computer systems, or software engineering.
In this program students obtain advanced knowledge in signal processing and information engineering. Areas of application include communication networks and computer vision.
Mechatronics at ANU has world-leading research strength. Mechatronics graduates are highly sought after because of their combined knowledge and cross-discipline skills in three major engineering areas: mechanical, electrical, and computing.
The global photonics industry is growing rapidly offering exciting prospects in the telecommunications industry, and sensing and biomedical diagnostics and this program offers in-depth advanced knowledge in photonics technologies.
Solar energy has a long and highly regarded history at ANU. This program will prepare you for the rapdily growing industry that offers exciting prospects in R&D, manufacturing industries and large-scale renewable energy projects.