University of Technology Sydney

41078 Computing Science Studio 1

Requisite(s): 36 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C09119 Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)
Recommended studies:

completion of first-year Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours) subjects



Research is the engine for innovation and development of our society. This studio subject aims to bring students into the amazing world of computer science research. The subject explores the meaning of research, the reasons for research, and research strategies and tools in the information age. Students are trained on academic writing for literature review in academic publications and project reports. Moreover, they discuss research collaboration, leadership, and research ethics. Students identify the topics that they are interested and practice their learned knowledge to investigate their selected topics under the mentorship of the teaching team. They are also encouraged to seek advice from the UTS leading computer scientists. Students focus on skill development for their careers in computing science – developing the communication skills necessary for academic and professional communication, the ethical principles required of modern IT professionals, and the analytical skills needed for the critical use of academic literature.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus

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