The Bachelor of Intelligent Digital Technologies degree combines technical and practical knowledge in the field of intelligent digital technology.
You will learn the fundamentals of ICT problem solving and high-level programming abilities for usage in cutting-edge industries, including the Internet of Things (IoTs), robots, app and web development, big data analysis, and virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) applications.
What you will study
During your first year, you will study coding, human-computer interfaces, and emerging technology trends. You have the option to pursue both of the majors, Internet of Things and Robotics or Programming for Visualization and Entertainment.
If you choose just one major, you will have more flexibility in selecting your electives. Through a work-integrated learning course in your final academic year, you will combine your skills and expertise to produce intelligent digital technologies for industry.
Conservatorium Ensemble Studies
Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures
Foundations of Systems Development
Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
Interactive App Development
Introduction to Big Data Analytics
Introduction to Robotics
Language and Communication for Sciences
Social and Professional Issues
Virtual and Augmented Reality
Students must pass a 20-credit Work Integrated Learning course during their third year. You can sign up for this WIL course through either a group-based Industry Project or an Industry Affiliates Program (IAP). IAP seeks to integrate students into the workforce by having them complete an industry-based project.
Both the student and the industry partner are expected to benefit from it. IAP requires a capable industrial supervisor as well as an academic supervisor. The maximum amount of time that must be spent at work in a 12-week period is 2.5 days each week (20 hours) (that is, 240 hours).
For the Industry Project option of the Work Integrated Learning course, students must research, develop, and present a fresh approach to a computer-based information system or how to use technology to address an ongoing problem inside a company. The School of ICT offers a wide range of projects that students can work on.
The Bachelor in Intelligent Digital Technologies degree program can help students get ready for professions as designers and developers for a range of cutting-edge innovations, including:
Virtual Reality (VR) and
Augmented Reality (AR)
Internet of Things (IoTs)
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
Applicants must hold a secondary school certificate or comparable qualification with an overall grade average of 65% in the best 4 academic subjects.
Prerequisites: Any general or applied English subject.
English Language Requirements
The minimum English language competence requirement for applicants to this program is an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no subtest score below 6.0.
TOEFL - 79/120
PTE - 58/90
For International Students: AUD 33,000 (indicative annual fee, 2022)