Information technology is a vital part of commerce, industry, government, education and even entertainment, recreation and communications. A qualification in computing and information systems can offer a wide variety of options for graduates.
Here are just some of the majors you can study in this field:
- Artificial intelligence
- Business programming
- Computer systems
- Database management
- Games design and development
- Mobile applications
- Network engineering
- Software engineering
- Web computing
There are over 400 undergraduate degrees in computing and information systems listed on our course search. We looked at which ones performed best in skill development, graduate salary and full-time employment.
This rating compares the median salary of graduates from different universities. Charles Sturt University placed highest with a median graduate salary of $70,000 , followed very closely by CQUniversity with $69,000.
This rating compares the employment rates of graduates of undergraduate degrees from different universities. It looks at the proportion of graduates who were employed full time four months after completing their course. The top spot goes to Australian National University (ANU) with 87.7%, and second goes to University of Wollongong with 84.8%.
View all 2020 rankings for computing and information technology by The Good Universities Guide — filter by study level to view both undergraduate and postgraduate ratings.