This dual degree combines the practical and theoretical requirements of a professional engineering qualification with the skills to effectively manage a wide range of business and technology environments. Topics covered include accounting, economics, law, marketing, business and strategy. Students will learn about software engineering, design, mathematics, information systems and more. Through the information technology component, students benefit from a hands-on, project-focused program, based on international standards for computer science and information systems. Students are prepared for a career where they’ll be able to apply technical skills to solve problems, support innovation and improve communication between people. For more information, visit Bachelors of Engineering (Hons)/Information Technology at UQ.