Bachelor of Information Technology / Bachelor of Arts

Monash University

The globalising nature of information technology calls out for people who have both a strong technical background and an in depth understanding of human society and the factors that are shaping it. This double degree course is designed to meet this need. As a graduate you will have the technical expertise to shape and manage current and emerging technologies together with the lifelong communication, research and critical thinking skills that are acquired through study in the arts and humanities.

Course Fee:

International: $165,600

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; Units 1 & 2: 2 units (any study combination) from general mathematics, mathematical methods (any), or specialist mathematics or Units 3 & 4: mathematics (any); Units 3 & 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in any other English


The course includes compulsory (core) and elective units (total of 96) from the range of Faculty of Information Technology units, plus 96 units from the range of Faculty of Arts. Industry-based learning placements available to selected students.

Subjects you can Study:

Ancient cultures; Anthropology; Archaeology; Arts; Australia in the world; Australian studies; Behavioural studies; Bioethics; Business analytics; Business information systems; Chinese studies; Communications and media studies; Computer networks and security; Computer programming; Computer science; Computing; Creative computing; Criminology; Cybersecurity; Data science; English as an international language; Film and screen studies; French studies; Games design; Games development; German studies; History; Holocaust and genocide studies; Human geography; Human rights; Humanities; IT for business; Indigenous cultures and histories; Indonesian studies; Information and society; Information management; Information technology; International relations; International studies; Islamic studies; Italian studies; Japanese studies; Jewish studies; Journalism; Korean studies; Languages; Linguistics; Literary studies; Mobile apps development; Multimedia development; Music; Performance; Philosophy; Politics; Psychology; Religious studies; Social science; Sociology; Software development; Software engineering; Spanish and Latin American studies; Theatre; Ukrainian studies; Web development


Australian Computer Society

Accepts International Students:


Campus ATAR/OP Adjusted Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Clayton 76.5 No Part time 8 years
Clayton 76.5 No Full time 4 years

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