School of Software
The School of Software is dedicated to project-based teaching and learning and the development of work-ready attributes. Many subjects use modern on-line tools for learning assessment and group work.
Both our undergraduate and postgraduate programs have full professional accreditations recognised internationally. The emphasis of our postgraduate programs is to allow students to fully benefit from research outcomes produced by our staff. Equally, there are strong links with industry practice through engaging IT professionals in teaching postgraduate subjects.
People are our strength. Most of the staff are internationally recognised for research and expertise in their fields of endeavour.
The school is led by its Head of School, Professor Jie Lu.
The School of Software staff listing provides details of all the school's members.
Teaching and learning
Enterprise systems development:
- Applications Programming
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Interface Design
- Software Development and Processes
- Software Development Project
- Software Architecture
- Database Programming
Computer graphics and animation:
- Introduction to Computer Graphics
- Introduction to Computer Game Design
- Introduction to Computer Gamer Programming
- 3D Computer Animation
- Computer Graphics Rendering Techniques
Enterprise software engineering specialisation:
- Enterprise Business Requirements Management
- Enterprise Software Architecture
- Enterprise Computing
- Enterprise Software Testing
Computer graphics and games:
- Computer Game Design
- Game Programming
- Computer Graphics
- Advanced 3D Computer Animation
- Advanced Image Synthesis Techniques
Business intelligence specialisation:
- Data Mining and Visualisation
- Advanced Database
- Business Intelligence for Decision Support
- Business Intelligence for Modelling and Analysis
Members of the school teach courses in:
If you're interested in leading the way into the future, research with the school will interest you. We will experience a plethora of technological developments this century and many will be as a result of advancements in software application.
Centres and strengths
Research predominantly takes place in the following centres and strengths:
- Centre for Human-Centred Technology Design (HCTD)
- Centre for Quantum Computing and Intelligent Systems (QCIS)
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