Courses

Start your journey to a rewarding career with the leading universities.  Discover how these courses equip you to take on the challenges of the future.

Nursing

Education

Business

A degree in nursing is more than a career, it is a passion to make a real difference to the lives of individuals and communities. With a high level of hands-on practical experience in both simulation and in real health care settings, students will be equipped to manage patient education and health promotion; maintenance, advocacy and care.

A degree in medicine or nursing is more than a career, it is a passion to make a real difference to the lives of individuals and communities. With a high level of hands-on practical experience in both simulation and in real health care settings, students will be equipped to manage patient education and health promotion; maintenance, advocacy and care.

Graduates’ careers will benefit from studying here  through opportunities to engage in career readiness workshops, overseas study programs and internships with local, national and international organisations.

Computer Science

Bachelor of Science (Ecotourism)

Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology)

Program the future with a career in computer science – a field central to progress in virtually all aspects of life in the 21st century. From medicine to wireless communication and battling climate change, computer science and software engineering provide platforms for new discoveries.

You might own your own company or work within a large tourism and hotel network. You could guide groups into the Australian outback, through rainforests where glow worms light up the night or under plummeting waterfalls.

You could explore future life in a high-CO2 world, dive on underwater volcanoes or lead oceanic ecotours. You might study the effects of climate change on our reefs or research the impact of microplastics in fish. Perhaps you’ll make documentaries to educate the wider public or discover totally new marine species.

Mathematical Sciences

Dentistry and Oral Health

Architecture

Multiply your opportunities with a degree in Mathematical Sciences – an in-demand qualification with a vast array of career outcomes. The graduates receive valuable training in rigour and logical thinking and are highly regarded by employers for their creativity, problem solving abilities and research skills.

With a dental or oral health degree students can build a career which will have a profound impact on the lives of individuals and communities by improving their oral health. As part of an oral health care team, graduates will have the ability to empower individuals and communities to maintain optimal oral health.

Careers will benefit from studying here at the School of Architecture and Built Environment through opportunities to travel overseas and interstate as part of the student’s degree. This allows students to learn valuable aspects of design from other cultures.

Computer Science and IT

Innovation and enterprise

Government and international relations

Program the future with a career in computer science – a field central to progress in virtually all aspects of life in the 21st century. From medicine to wireless communication and battling climate change, computer science and software engineering provide platforms for new discoveries. With careers built on reputation, a degree in Computer Science will help graduates prepare for a role in shaping the modern world.

Learn how to deliver enterprising solutions with innovation and enterprise undergraduate courses. Develop your capacity to leverage disruption, creativity and innovation to pursue valuable opportunities.

This degrees give you a range of tools to understand and drive economic, social and political change. You will learn how policies are developed and implemented, preparing you for careers in government, non-government and not-for profit organisations in Australia and abroad.

Social Work

Engineering

Accounting

This professionally accredited degree will increase your confidence and enable you to have a career as an advocate for human rights. You can promote and support awareness of the injustices in today’s society, and by working with policies, people, families and communities, make a positive change.

Engineering and design degrees are offered in close collaboration with industry, giving you specialist knowledge and an integrated ‘toolkit’ of skills that will enable you to meet the requirements of industry as it continues to change.

The degree offers the right balance of practice and theory to prepare you for a successful career as an accounting or business professional. Topics cover areas such as accounting fundamentals, information systems and accounting processes, quantitative methods, economics for business, management and cost accounting, principles of commercial law, financial accounting issues, financial management, corporate accounting, auditing and assurances, and business research methods. A topic in academic skills for business is specifically aimed at postgraduate students from non-English speaking backgrounds.

Creative Media

Criminology

Psychology

Whether you’re preparing to take centre stage, direct or produce an internationally acclaimed feature film, stitch and style your way to success, or write an award-winning play. You’ll join a passionate creative community that fosters partnerships across the full range of arts disciplines, encouraging students to utilise the dedicated studio and study spaces, collaborating on projects of their own.

Learn to apply your knowledge and skills in professional settings. Draw on one of the top-ranked criminology research programs in Australia. Broaden your career prospects with the flexible combined degrees.

Providing a unique insight into the way mental processes impact human behaviour, Psychology will give you an advantage in any field you choose. With mental health and well-being now seen as a critical public health area, psychology is of growing importance with increased demand for trained psychologists now spanning health, sports, business, and education sectors.

Law

Medicine

Languages & Culture

Studying law is about understanding our society and the power structures within it. Why do we have the laws we do? How have they evolved? How should we interpret them?

Whether you want to uphold, use or change the system—law can take you just about anywhere.

A degree in medicine  is more than a career, it is a passion to make a real difference to the lives of individuals and communities. With a high level of hands-on practical experience in both simulation and in real health care settings, students will be equipped to manage patient education and health promotion; maintenance, advocacy and care. Working in a range of settings, including public and private hospitals, to community health care, aid organisations and regional health care, students will gain the confidence, skills and knowledge to care for patients anywhere in the world.

This degree prepare you to explore how our culture and the ways we communicate enable us to express ourselves, create new things, make sense of our surroundings, and connect with each other.

Humanities and social sciences

Health

Management

This degree is a study of human behaviour and interaction in social, cultural, environmental, economic and political contexts. The Humanities and Social Sciences have a historical and contemporary focus, from personal to global contexts, and consider challenges for the future.

Studying Health and Medical Sciences  can open doors to a variety of exciting and rewarding careers in health. With a range of majors available, students have the opportunity to specialise in clinical trials, medical sciences, neurosciences, addiction and mental health, nutritional health, public health, and reproductive and childhood health.

This qualification is suitable for small business managers who use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base to solve a range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others, and have responsibility for the output of others.

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