How to apply for a bSc CITS CITI course

Here is a list of things you need to know before you apply for one of the bSc courses offered at the University of Sydney.


You must have completed a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree at a tertiary institution, such as the University.

Students who do not have a degree will be automatically disqualified from applying for the bsc course.


The bsc syllabus is the core curriculum for the course.

The university has developed a syllabus that is designed to help students prepare for the courses.

The syllabus contains: Topics include: how to work with computer systems and networks; how to apply computer science concepts and techniques; how the principles of computer science relate to business and industry; and how the concepts and practices of computer systems work together.

Topics vary according to the baccalaureate degree you have completed.


There are two types of courses available: full-time and part-time.

The full-term bsc courses have been approved by the BSc Program Review Committee.

Students may choose to take a full- or part- time bsc.

Students are required to complete at least one full- and one part-term.

Students will have access to the full-session curriculum for three semesters, starting with their first session in the first year.

The rest of the courses in the bsp will be administered by the university.

Students must complete a bsc on their second session to progress.


You need to provide two letters of reference from a current or former student of the university you wish to study at, or a friend or family member.

Students can contact the bsa in writing and arrange for the letters to be provided.


You are expected to work in a position requiring you to communicate effectively, and to demonstrate your understanding of the subject matter.

Students should also demonstrate a willingness to learn and to communicate clearly with the BSA in writing.


You will need to pay a fee of $30 to cover the costs of the course and related materials.


You can only take the bsg bsc if you are an Australian citizen.

For more information, visit or contact the BSC.


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