Define your career with a dual degree in information technology

Study a degree in Computer Science or Cyber Security

Key Information


Three years (full-time)

Intake date

September 2025

Fees 2025

IDR 163,200,000

About the IT dual degrees

Preparing you for success as a global leader in IT


Step into one of the most exciting and dynamic industries with a dual degree that integrates 50% of modules from Deakin University’s Bachelor of Computer Science and 50% from Lancaster University’s BSc Hons Computer Science. You’ll explore the theory and practice of innovative and experimental computer science so you can confidently solve complex contemporary industry challenges into the future. 

 Gain hands-on experience and cutting-edge knowledge that puts you ahead of the pack. From data analytics to robotics to intelligence, this course is broad but rigorous and will set you up for success and a computing professional in the real world of not just today, but of tomorrow.

Career outcomes

Computer science is a part of every aspect of modern life and as such the opportunities open to graduates are almost endless. You may choose to work anywhere from a tech start up to a major international technology company like Google or Microsoft, and everything in between. 

Whichever path you take, you’ll graduate highly sought-after by employers across all industries. With a future-proofed expertise in all aspects of programming and software design skills, you’ll graduate with a knowledge of the social, ethical and professional issues related to the discipline, as well as highly desirable project management skills.

Careers in this exciting field include:

  • Innovation lead

  • Data scientist

  • Software developer

  • Tech start-up founder

  • Solutions architect

  • Project manager 


Secure your digital future in a rapidly growing industry with a dual degree that integrates 50% of modules from Deakin University’s Bachelor of Cyber Security and 50% from Lancaster University’s BSc Hons Computer Science. 

Learn everything it takes to become a future-proofed computing professional, with a specialisation in cyber security and deep knowledge around areas such as digital forensics and computer crime. 

With both practical and theoretical components, this course will prepare you to graduate with the skills necessary to positively thrive in an industry that’s set to continue booming across the globe.

Career outcomes

As a graduate, you’ll be well prepared for an exciting and successful career in a dynamic discipline that’s highly sought-after across a range of industries and businesses large and small. 

You can take your pick from the tech giants or start up on your own, equipped with the skills to think innovatively and the expertise to make your ideas come to life. Tackle one of the fastest-growing threats to modern day society and benefit from the escalating demand globally for qualified computer science and cyber security experts. The opportunities are not only exciting, but they’re also yours for the taking.

Careers in this exciting field include:

  • Digital forensics analyst

  • Cyber threat analyst

  • Incident responder 

  • Vulnerability researcher

  • IT security engineer

  • Cyber security system developer, programmer or manager

English language requirements – 

IELTS 6.0 (no band below 5.5)                                                                   
Academic requirements –

Pathway: Successful completion of Foundation Studies with 65% overall (with a passing grade of 50% for ALL modules.

Direct entry:

International Baccalaureate - 32 points overall with 16 points from the best 3 Higher Level subjects

A Level – AAB (Required Subjects - We are committed to encouraging the adoption of the A level Computing curriculum and recognising desirable subjects. Students applying with an A level or IB Higher Level in Computing, Computer Science or Mathematics will be considered for a lower offer.)

GCSE - Mathematics grade B or 6, English Language grade C or 4