Commencement Date : May 2018 | Expand All
Students have the option to enrol in either single or double majors.
Australian Computer Society (ACS)
CORE UNITS (Year 2 and 3 units)
Cyber Security and Forensics
ICT284 Systems Analysis and Design
ICT287 Computer Security
ICT378 Cyber Forensics and Information Technology
ICT379 Security Architectures and Systems Administration
ICT380 Information Security Policy and Governance
ICT302 IT Professional Practice Project
WEB278 Web Strategy
WEB263 Web Design
WEB303 Business of Freelancing
WEB301 Web Communication Project
WEB302 Web Metrics
CMS201 Screen: Small, Medium and Large
In addition, students have to complete the following common Year 2 and 3 units:
BSC203 Introduction to ICT Research Methods
BSC301 Applied Research Skills in ICT
BRD209 Creativity and Innovation
Students with Polytechnic Diplomas will gain entry to Year 2 of the programme, and they can complete the programme in 16 months instead of 28 months.
The Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security and Forensics and Web Communication (Double Major) accepts a wide range of qualifications.
- Polytechnic Diploma
- Advanced Diploma
- Kaplan Diploma
- Private Diploma will be assessed on a case-by-case basis
Applicants admitted to the programme may be required to undertake bridging units in order to fulfil the required prerequisite knowledge. The final decision rests with Murdoch University.
Successful completion of a recognised approved Diploma qualification or higher, where the language of instruction was English can be considered.
English requirement for International students:
- Applicants are required to meet Murdoch University English language requirement. Please refer to http://www.murdoch.edu.au/_document/International-students/Murdoch_English_Entry_Requirements_Undergraduate.pdf
Students will attend a combination of lectures, tutorials and workshops in this programme. The normal study load for full-time students is 4 units per trimester (4-month term). Students have the flexibility to plan their study schedule and enrol in 1 to 4 units per trimester. Classes are conducted from Mondays to Fridays, 5 times a week. Each unit is supported with 24 contact hours. The Dean from Murdoch University is based in Singapore to oversee all academic aspects and ensure a high standard of academic delivery here.
Each unit is assessed by any combination of class participation, written assignments, project or examinations. Assessment methods may vary according to individual unit requirements.
Students who successfully complete and pass the modules stipulated in the course structure will be awarded Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security and Forensics and Web Communication (Double Major) from Murdoch University. The degree will be the same as that awarded to on-campus graduates in Australia.