Deakin’s Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) is an innovative course focusing on software engineering, cyber-physical systems and robotics applications, producing sought-after graduates who will create the technologies of the future.
The rapid advancement of sensing and computing hardware supporting smart, connected devices is driving growing demand for software engineers who can move beyond traditional technologies such as web and database systems.
As a software engineer you will operate at the junction of software development and systems engineering, applying your specialised robotics and cyber-physical computing skills alongside hardware designers and application developers. You will drive the design and development of computing solutions that operate within and interact with people, environments, and other technologies.
During the course you will extend your skills beyond web and database technologies and desktop software patterns to acquire niche skills in robotics and cyber-physical computing in preparation for careers as innovative software engineers capable of developing the cyber-physical systems of the future.
As a graduate you will be well-equipped to find work developing and implementing state-of-the-art smart systems or frameworks into various existing industries such as health, fitness and travel.
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
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