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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Department of Computing"

Results 1 - 20 of 84

 

CodeTitleArea
COMP5010Advanced Algorithm DesignDepartment of Computing
CNCO3002Advanced Computer CommunicationsDepartment of Computing
COMP5004Advanced Computing TopicsDepartment of Computing
ISEC5007Advanced Cyber Crime and Security Enhanced ProgrammingDepartment of Computing
ISEC5005Advanced Cyber Security ConceptsDepartment of Computing
ICTE5001Advanced Human Computer InterfaceDepartment of Computing
CNCO5001Advanced Network Systems DesignDepartment of Computing
CMPE5000Advanced Software Engineering TestingDepartment of Computing
ISAD5003Advanced Software MetricsDepartment of Computing
COMP3006Artificial and Machine IntelligenceDepartment of Computing
COMP5007Artificial and Machine IntelligenceDepartment of Computing
ISAD3000Capstone Computing Project 1Department of Computing
ISAD3001Capstone Computing Project 2Department of Computing
CNCO2000Computer CommunicationsDepartment of Computing
COMP2004Computer GraphicsDepartment of Computing
COMP3004Computer Project 1Department of Computing
COMP3005Computer Project 2Department of Computing
COMP4000Computer Science Honours DissertationDepartment of Computing
COMP6002Computer Science ProjectDepartment of Computing
COMP6001Computer Science Project 1Department of Computing

 

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