Science Informatics is taught on campus.
This program will see you sift through data and information, trying to understand it, manipulating it, visualise it, integrate and transform it in the fields of geology, chemistry and biology and medical and health informatics. Australia is going through an IT skills shortage, and studying informatics will open up many career opportunities.
If you are interested in problem solving using computing, information modelling and human-computer interaction then Science Informatics could be for you.
After graduating in Science Informatics, work can be found in many areas, including clinical research in hospitals and interpreting geological data for mining companies.