Information and Communication Technology

Relevant majors: Computational Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Physics

Relevant minor: Statistics

A Science degree is an ideal base for career opportunities in information technology and communication (ICT) – a sample of career opportunities in ICT fields is provided below:

  • Bioinformatician: uses statistics and computer analysis to understand medical and biological systems
  • Computational scientist: writes computer codes and implements models describing a wide variety of systems
  • Information systems professional: manages the change processes that are initiated by introducing new technology; manages the operation of activities based on computing and communications technology
  • Systems analyst: works with people to introduce or expand appropriate technology within their business or organisation
  • Web developer: uses software languages to construct and maintain website content and applications