The Bachelor of Science (Computing) develops student's skills and knowledge in several key areas of computing, including software development and computer systems. They can combine their computing skills with other science studies. This is a great study path if students would like to become a teacher of secondary science and computing. USQ's computing degrees are flexible and relevant to a workforce that thrives on science and technology. As a graduate, they will become a better problem-solver and innovative thinker. Students will possess a high academic standard and competitive advantage in a career that is dynamic, global and in demand. When they complete their Bachelor of Science (Computing) their career opportunities may include computer scientist, computer programmer, computer systems officer, database management system administrator, game developer, LAN manager, network administrator, network designer and specialist, network security analyst, simulator, database/web/network developer, software designer, systems architect, computer systems developer, software developer, applications specialist and software engineer. With further study, they could also become a secondary school teacher. The Bachelor of Science (Computing) is accredited at a professional level by the Australian Computer Society. It is also recognised in other countries through the Seoul Accord.