Develop specialized career capabilities when you pursue a Graduate Diploma in Computer Science or Design in addition to your Bachelor of Business Administration.
Learn to understand algorithms and structures for problem solving while developing critical technical skills when you earn a Graduate Diploma in Computer Science during your Bachelor degree studies. You’ll develop a common language with, and be ready to lead, data and technology professionals.
Specialize and diversify your skills
By specializing through a Computer Science diploma, you will gain an understanding of programming in languages including Python and Java, and develop the fundamentals of computer science practices. You’ll also learn techniques for interpreting trends and learn to think critically about the impact of emerging technologies for business.
Learning the practices and skills within Computer Science will help anyone considering a career in the technology field. With courses in areas like disruptive and emerging technologies, you will acquire new skills at the intersection of business and hi-tech, enabling the creation of new businesses and industries.
How you earn your diploma
This diploma requires 28 credits, 12 earned through specialized electives taken during your bachelor degree, with the remaining 16 credits earned over summer terms or other acceleration options.
Once you’ve achieved 60 credits, you must declare your intention to pursue a Graduate Diploma. Based on enrollment, Graduate Diplomas may only be run online or at a single campus location.
Learn to produce work that takes design thinking, innovation, user experience, and storytelling into consideration. Earning a Graduate Diploma in Design during your Bachelor studies will help you develop the digital skills and technical capabilities needed to wield a range of creative technologies.
Business grads with a diploma in design will be setting themselves apart from the rest, with a real understanding of how business and design impact each other. From understanding the consumer and improving performance, to building brands and one of the next great challenges—sustainability.