After you graduate, you could work across almost any sector – including technology, communications, education, finance, government, healthcare and energy.
Possible roles include:
- Network administrator
- Develop, install and provide maintenance support across network and computer systems including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets and other data communication systems.
- Web developer
- Design, build and maintain websites using both creative and technical skills to continuously improve safety, performance, usability and capacity.
- Network architect
- Plan and build data communication networks to provide both local and global connections. Analyse and implement new technologies and provide solutions to maintain and improve technical infrastructure.
- Software developer or programmer
- Design, test and develop software to meet user needs. Write code for programs and applications that adapt and respond to changing business requirements.
- Machine learning engineer
- Use data science to design and develop machine learning systems that perform statistical analysis and help to drive innovation in artificial intelligence.
- Systems analyst
- Analyse software, hardware and information systems to ensure they're appropriate for the business or client and help to develop and improve these systems and workflows.