Shortest full-time duration
Lowest Selection Rank
Melbourne Burwood Campus
Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
The Bachelor of Cyber Security is professionally accredited with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).
The type of careers this qualification leads to may include Security analyst, Project manager, Security system manager, Cryptographer, Business analyst, Consultant, Security system developer, Security system programmer, Information security auditor, Law enforcement personnel and Cyber security engineer.
Students will be involved in real-world industry projects through capstone projects and various extracurricular programs including hackathon events. An additional six to twelve months of paid, relevant industry experience may be available through the Faculty Work Integrated Learning Program. Find out more www.deakin.edu.au/sebe/wil.
You will undertake an IT work placement as part of your course, where you will undertake a minimum of 100 hours in industry, providing professional work experience with an approved host organisation.
High performing graduates can continue on to an Honours year of study, which can be completed in two full time trimesters, or equivalent part-time study. Graduates who gain high outcomes in the Honours year can then continue on to a higher degree by research or alternatively progress to postgraduate coursework programs offered at Deakin.
The IGNITED Scholarship has been created to ignite women's interest in industry areas traditionally dominated by men. Each Scholarship is valued at $5000 per year over the normal duration of the course and recipients are also assigned an academic mentor. This scholarship is open to female students entering an approved undergraduate course offered by the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment. Find out more at: www.deakin.edu.au/ignited-scholarship