University of New South Wales: Computer science

Computer Science
Study Abroad University

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Academic Department Computer Science
Major Computer Science
Purdue Semester Fall, Spring
Purdue Year Junior, Senior
Link to More Information University of New South Wales - Exchange
Purdue Course Curriculum for that semester

Since there are not specific Computer Science courses required for upperclassmen, the student may choose courses of interest.

Study Abroad course equivalencies that have been approved in the past (but will need to be reviewed for future semesters)
MATH 2089 Numerical Methods and Statistics (= CS 31400 Numerical Analysis)
MATH 3411 Information Codes and Ciphers (= CS 35500 Introduction to Cryptography)
COMP 3331/9331 Computer Networks and Applications (= CS 42200 Computer Networks)
Information about university The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is one of Australia's great universities. Founded in 1949 with only 46 students, UNSW now has over 20,000 students on its three campuses - Kensington, St. George, and the College of Fine Arts in Sydney. UNSW has a reputation not only for innovative work in established disciplines, but also for introducing many new courses.  The main university campus is in Kensington, a suburb of Sydney about 20 minutes by bus from the main central railway station and 30 minutes from the harbor and ferry terminals. It is close to shopping areas, restaurants, beaches and parklands. For more information about the university.

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