This course blends electronic engineering and computer science. Computer systems engineers build the computer-based systems required to meet the future needs of a world in which technology is constantly evolving.

Where can our graduates go?

Our graduate finds work in the following areas:

  • Computer vision and signal processing algorithm development
  • Smart instrumentation and control systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Robotics
  • Software development

Getting a degree is the first step on a pathway to a range of employment opportunities. Some potential occupations for those with a degree in this area as they progress through their career include those listed below.

Potential Occupations

Potential Employers

  • Business Associate Consultant
  • Computer Engineer
  • Computer Systems Auditor
  • Computer Systems Engineer
  • Engineer
  • Graduate Analyst
  • Graduate Officer
  • Graduate Tester
  • Patent Engineer
  • Patent Examiner
  • Research Scientist
  • Software Engineer Developer
  • Software Test Engineer
  • AirServices Australia
  • BAE Systems Australia
  • CSC Australia
  • Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation
  • Defence Materiel Organisation
  • Ericsson Australia
  • Hewlett Packard Australia
  • Honeywell
  • Northeast Quadrant Consulting
  • Optiver Australia
  • SAAB Systems
  • Unico Consulting

These jobs indicate some possible employment pathways, including graduate and more advanced (or higher level) positions, and reflect the diversity of our student cohort. Some jobs may require further experience or study and are included here to illustrate the breadth of potential pathways available as you progress in your career.