As the world becomes more digitally connected, cyber attacks will continue with greater frequency and severity. Governments, corporations and consumers will continue to need protection against cyber security threats.
With government initiatives set to open more doors for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals than before, abundant employment opportunities await job seekers in the ICT sector.
As companies make headway in their digitalisation journey, they will need a skilled ICT workforce to propel their growth. Information Technology jobs are attracting not only younger professionals but also mid-career professionals who are looking to grow their skills and make a transition.
Join the ICT industry and equip yourself with a Double Major Degree in Cyber Security and Forensics and Computer Science to gain competitive advantage. Demand is surging for cyber security specialists across all industries, amid growing awareness of cyber security threats and the introduction of new regulatory processes to combat these threats.
The programme can be completed in 16-24 months instead of 28-36 months. Applicants with a Polytechnic Diploma may be exempted from up to 12 units and can gain entry to Year 2 of the programme. Applicants with a Murdoch University-recognised Kaplan Diploma or a private Diploma may be exempted from up to 8 units and can also gain entry to Year 2 of the programme. You also have the flexibility to plan your schedule and study at your own pace while you are working.
- Accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS)
- Student Membership with Centre of Strategic Cyberspace and International Studies (CSCIS)
- Student Chapter Membership with the Singapore Computer Society (SCS)