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A computer science degree with a difference
Web and application development, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) development, game development and emerging technologies are some of the biggest industries worldwide today.
Traditional computer science degrees have focused solely on software engineering, programming and mathematics and skip many of the skills essential in real-world development.
Developed in conjunction with industry, the Bachelor of Software Engineering - Creative, is a transdisciplinary programme bringing computer science, programming, art and design, social science and business knowledge together with project management so students develop the knowledge and skills they need to participate in a real-world team.
This programme is heavily focused on project-based learning so you graduate with real-world skills. Over 50% of course time is dedicated to tutor-led programming, with an additional 15% orientated around group projects.
Commercially-relevant projects are developed in a studio-like environment and, with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, you'll finish your degree ready to carve your own path in a computational job within the creative, business or science sector.
What you'll learn
UX design for web/mobile app
UX principles for game design
Development principles for website and mobile web app
Development principles for mobile games
Website and mobile app projects
Mobile game projects
Technical design for software
Society, enterprise, innovation
AR/VR app on mobile
Mobile App Projects
Investigative Studio 2
The Bachelor of Creative Software doesn’t just focus on computer science theory, it also builds skills to position you for success in this ever-changing world. Set yourself up for a career in some of New Zealand’s most forward-thinking businesses.
You must be 18 years of age or older
NCEA University Entrance (UE), or equivalent CIE/IB grades, or equivalent qualification from an overseas secondary school or tertiary institution.
If an applicant's first language is not English, they must demonstrate English language proficiency at the level of IELTS 6.0.
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