Why Choose Curtin University?

 

 Ranked top one per cent of universities worldwide

(Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2018)

 Curtin graduates with a postgraduate degree earned the highest salaries among their graduate peers in Western Australia

(Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, 2018)

 

 WA’s largest and most multicultural university, welcoming more than 52,000 students, around a third of whom come from a country other than Australia.

 Ranked 20th globally and 4th nationally for young institutions under 50 years

(QS World University Ranking, 2018) 

The Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) is a flexible, dynamic degree that allows you to tailor your studies to suit your personal interests and career goals.

You can choose to study a single major or double major. If you study a single major, you will have more flexibility in your degree and will have elective units you can use towards studying a variety of other disciplines. If you study a double major, you will benefit from studying two complementary disciplines in equal amounts.

Each major combines practical and theoretical study and includes industry-relevant content to help you become career-ready when you graduate.

Career information

This course can help you become a:

  • Publisher
  • Artist
  • Arts Administrator
  • Audiovisual Technician
  • Editor
  • Writer
  • Arts Administrator or Manager
  • Anthropologist

Duration of course: 3 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Psychology and marketing work hand-in-hand, as modern day business requires a clear understanding of consumers’ needs and wants. Having a psychology background while working in marketing, or vice-versa, will provide a more insightful knowledge base to deal with the day-to-day challenges of the business world.

In this double degree you will learn key concepts and theories in psychology and marketing and apply them to real-world situations. You will develop an advanced knowledge of the human brain and behaviour and acquire analytical methods to examine how culture, personality and lifestyle affect the behaviour of consumers.

You will learn how to analyse and interpret market research data using appropriate technologies and identify local, regional and global issues that affect business. You will also learn advanced psychological methods and the ethical implications of research.

This double degree will enable you to run your own virtual company in the business capstone unit. In this unit, you will use the internationally developed Capsim software to make decisions about market share, manufacturing, cash flow, product development and other factors that will interplay and affect your business’s performance.

Students can enrol in the Business Internship unit in the final year of the course.

Career information

  • Support Worker
  • Mental Health Advocate
  • Events Coordinator
  • Fundraising Coordinator
  • Online Marketing Specialist
  • Marketing Communications Manager
  • Search Engine Optimisation Consultant
  • Advertising Specialist
  • Marketing Psychologist
  • Product Developer

Duration of course: 5 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

The Bachelor of Commerce is Curtin Business School’s principal course and an internationally recognised business qualification. It offers a large and comprehensive range of business specialisations, and aims to give you transferable skills and knowledge in verbal and interpersonal communication, critical thinking and problem-solving, negotiation and time management.

This course is designed to help you gain the theory and practical skills you need to be ready for the job market. You will learn from experienced staff, have opportunities to interact with businesses and learn in real workplace scenarios.

The course comprises eight common core units; seven of these are completed in your first year of study: accounting, business law, economics, business information systems, management, marketing and communication in business.

In your second and third years, you may choose to specialise in one or two majors. You will graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce degree regardless of which areas you choose to specialise in.

You will complete the final common core unit, business capstone, in your final year, which gives you the opportunity to take part in a competition to run the most successful virtual company.

Through Industry Connection students are given opportunities to experience the real business world. As a Curtin Business School student you will have opportunities to connect with successful business and community leaders, helping you gain a competitive edge, with the potential to enhance your professional prospects.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia has partnered with Curtin Business School (CBS) to offer internships to students who have completed 200 credits or more of their business degree, these internships are for course credit and provide real-world exposure to our students.

These business internships will not only give students credit towards their degree, they will receive the industry experience and practical skills needed to achieve great things after graduation and give employers the opportunity to support and lend their expertise to the students, encouraging the future workforce, whilst being assisted to meet their business goals.

Career information

  • Financial Dealer and Broker
  • Accountant (General)
  • Marketing Officer
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • Industrial Relations Officer
  • Management Consultant
  • Valuer
  • Economist
  • Tourist Information Officer
  • Advertising Account Executive

Duration of course: 3 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

The Bachelor of Laws degree is the required qualification for all who wish to enter into legal practice.

This course offers a rich and professionally relevant coverage of foundational areas of legal knowledge as well as developing the core skills essential to effective legal practice.

It will give you a professional legal qualification allowing you admission to practise as a lawyer, including the giving of legal advice and appearing in court. It will also give you a strong commercial awareness and the opportunity to focus on industry.

Students study in semesters for the first year of their LLB degree and complete 8 units (200 credits) in that year. Students study in 3 trimesters, each of 10 weeks, in both their 2nd and 3rd year of the course and if studying full time will complete 4 units (100 credits) in each of these trimesters. This enables students to complete 300 credits in each of their 2nd and 3rd years of study. Overall, students can complete the equivalent of 4 years of academic study in three calendar years.

Curtin’s Bachelor of Laws offers a rich and professionally relevant coverage of foundational areas of legal knowledge as well as developing the core skills essential to effective legal practice. It will give you a professional legal qualification allowing you admission to practise as a lawyer, including the giving of legal advice and appearing in court. It will also give you a strong commercial awareness and the opportunity to focus on industry.

This course is strongly commercially focused and has an emphasis on industry connectedness and innovative teaching, with students being exposed from early in their studies to the culture, community and ethics of legal practice. In their second and third years of study, students will study in trimesters, enabling them to complete 300 credits in each year. Overall, students can complete the equivalent of 4 years of academic study in three calendar years.

Students will gain practical legal experience at our state of the art city campus at 57 Murray Street, complete with digital moot court and John Curtin Law Clinic, near the District Court and in the heart of Perth’s legal precinct. The course can only be completed internally.

Duration of course: 3 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Social workers are committed to social justice, human rights and social change. They work with and alongside individuals, groups and communities to improve people’s quality of lives and promote positive relationships and human rights advocacy.

This degree can provide you with the knowledge and skills to become a professional social work practitioner. You will have the opportunity to study in-depth human behaviour and complex social processes.

Social work draws on knowledge from a range of disciplines including sociology, psychology, politics, philosophy, health, and economics. The course focuses on how people understand each other and the interactions between people, their communities and society.

In this course, you can use purpose-built teaching spaces and resources to facilitate innovative learning and help you develop the knowledge, skills and values necessary for counselling with individuals and groups, working with adults, the elderly and children and young people.

You will be encouraged to be self aware, to critically reflect and to understand how people relate to each other and their environments.

Field education forms a significant part of your learning. Two field placements allow you to apply your learning in a range of practice settings with supervision from a qualified social work practitioner.

Curtin’s Bachelor of Social Work course received Five Star ratings across all the eight categories in the Good Universities Guide 2019, including teaching quality, learner engagement, learning resources, student support, skills development, full-time employment and salary.

Career information

  • Counsellor
  • Case Worker
  • Program Officer/Coordinator
  • Outreach Worker
  • Mental Health Worker
  • Community Development Worker
  • Social Worker
  • Welfare Case Worker
  • Community Support Worker
  • Community Liaison Officer
  • Community Cultural Development Officer

Duration of course: 4 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Learn about perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behaviour and interpersonal relationships and how psychologists examine, explain and predict what people do as individuals and in groups.

The first year of this course is interprofessional and taken with other health sciences students.

In your second year, you will gain greater knowledge in learning and motivation, perception, child development and social psychology.

In the third year, you will prepare a research proposal and develop advanced knowledge in abnormal psychology, cognition, individual differences, cross-cultural and Indigenous psychology, community psychology and adult development.

The fourth year includes a year-long research project along with the development of skills in areas such as program evaluation, psychological assessment and professional practice.

Enrolment may be on a part-time basis depending on unit availability, which could extend the course duration. Please contact the Course Coordinator.

Note on honours: Due to stringent accreditation requirements, you must attain a minimum credit average in your second and third year core psychology units to continue into the fourth year of the course.

High achieving students may be offered a place in the honours program in fourth year. If you do not attain the credit average required for fourth year you will graduate at the end of third year with the intermediate award: Bachelor of Science (Psychology).

Professional recognition

Accredited by: Australian Psychology Accreditation Council.

Associate membership: Australian Psychological Society (provisional registration).

Note: For full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia, you must complete a further two years of skills-based training. There are three training options available:

  1. A two-year provisional psychologist internship
  2. A one-year provisional psychologist internship and a one-year Master of Psychology program
  3. A two-year Master of Psychology program.

Career information

  • Psychology Intern

With further study:

  • Counselling Psychologist
  • Clinical Psychologist.
  • Psychologists nec
  • Drug and Alcohol Counsellor

Duration of course: 4 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Become a registered nurse and give comprehensive care to patients in a variety of settings. This course provides a wide-ranging program of simulated practice and fieldwork, advanced clinical skill development, biological, behavioural and nursing sciences, and the opportunity for an international study experience.

Your studies will focus on developing the skills and knowledge you’ll need to meet the demands of our changing healthcare system.

You will be encouraged to be an active, contributing member of an interprofessional healthcare team, which will give you the opportunity to study with different nursing and medical specialists in a range of fields.

Student nurses undertake a minimum of 800 hours of clinical placements prior to graduation.

Please note: a break from study of more than one semester may incur additional clinical practice.

Alternative streams under the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) are offered to enhance your qualification if you are already an enrolled or registered nurse:

Enrolled Nurse to Registered Nurse Stream (Domestic only)
Registered Nurse Conversion – Australian Registration Nurse Stream (Domestic and International)
Registered Nurse Conversion – Non-Registration Nurse Stream (Domestic only).

Professional recognition

Upon graduating you can apply for registration to become a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Career information

This course can help you become a Registered Nurse.

Potential employers include:

  • Public hospitals
  • Private hospitals
  • Community health agencies i.e. child health centres, Silverchain and abroad.

Duration of course: 3 years 6 months

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Learn about the science of nutrition and how to promote healthy diet behaviours to improve the nutritional status of populations.

This science-based course provides you with high-level communication and teamwork skills.

Your first year will be interprofessional and taken with other health sciences students.

Your second year builds on this foundation and you will study sciences such as biochemistry and physiology in order to understand how the human body uses nutrients from foods to sustain life. Off-campus field trips will also help you experience food and nutrition issues in real-life settings.

In the second year of the course you will choose between two streams: Nutrition and Food Science.

The Nutrition stream further develops your understanding of the evidence of associations between diet and health outcomes, and you will explore the social and cultural influences that impact dietary decisions within the population.

You will also conduct a nutrition research project. Graduate nutritionists typically undertake further study to specialise in a professional area, including dietetics, research, food science and technology, health promotion or teaching.

In the Food Science stream you will focus on the nature and chemical composition of foods, ingredient behaviour under different processing conditions, and the application of this knowledge of food science to improve the safety and quality of food.

Nutrition and food scientists are also involved in the research and development of new food products and new technologies in the processing of foods. You will undertake a work placement with an external organisation which may be a government, research or food industry organisation.

Students in the Food Science stream undertake a practicum in their final semester of the course. Compulsory field trips are conducted throughout the course.

Professional recognition

Graduates of the Food Science stream will be eligible to apply for professional membership of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology.

Graduates from the Nutrition stream will be eligible to apply for membership to the Public Health Association of Australia and as an Associate Nutritionist with the Nutrition Society of Australia.

Career information

  • Home Economist

You will have a variety of interesting career opportunities in government agencies and private industry, both in Australia and overseas. Government organisations and the food industry create a high demand for graduates in a range of areas, including public health, nutrition education and advice, research related to food and nutrition in health and disease, and the development of new food products.

Potential employers include health departments, community and public health centres, welfare organisations and non-government organisations, food suppliers and manufacturers, teaching institutions, and federal and state research laboratories.

Note: You will need to undertake further postgraduate study to qualify as a dietitian.

  • Nutritionist
  • Food Technologist
  • Food Scientist
  • Dietitian

Duration of course: 3 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who may have experienced injury, illness or disability. They aim to help people engage in occupations or activities that are meaningful to them, and to achieve independence, health, wellbeing and satisfaction in their lives.

In this course, you will learn to identify physical, psychosocial, cognitive, behavioural and environmental factors that can help or hinder a person’s participation in everyday activities. You will learn to collaborate with other health professionals to provide cross-discipline care that is focused around the client and their needs.

You will study in laboratories, learning spaces and resource rooms that are tailored for learning the skills required to work in occupational therapy. Fieldwork placements will complement your studies and help you to integrate the essential skills needed for individual, family and community practice.

Over 1,000 hours of fieldwork practice is undertaken throughout the course in a variety of environments within Western Australia and overseas if desired.

Professional recognition

This course is recognised by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.

You must be registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (national) to use the titles registered health practitioner or occupational therapist.

Professional accreditation:

  • Occupational Therapy Council / Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.

Professional memberships:

World Federation of Occupational Therapists
Occupational Therapy Australia
WA Occupational Therapy Association.

Professional recognition:

Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.

Career information

  • Mental Health Rehabilitation Practitioner
  • Rehabilitation Consultant
  • Local Area Coordinator
  • Health Administrator
  • Occupational Therapist

Duration of course: 4 years

Entry Requirements: Three GCE O-level passes (minimum grade C) OR completion of the Integrated Program PLUS two GCE A-level passes (minimum 5 points). Grade C in O-level English or English literature OR separate evidence of English competence.

If you are looking to start a new career in project management, or have recently graduated and not yet gained experience in the field, this two-year course will introduce you to the foundations of the discipline before moving onto more challenging projects later in the course.

The opportunity to study 3-4 elective units will allow you to develop your skills in complementary areas outside of project management (for example: health, science, education or engineering). This is valuable if there is a specific field where you aim to apply your project management skills.

Project management is a distinct professional discipline, having its own body of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques. It involves managing a project from inception to completion and the successful attainment of the project objectives.

The course is applicable to a wide variety of industries such as education, health, commerce, information technology, construction, engineering and research and development. You can select either the Research Stream or the Professional Stream for your final semester.

You will learn the processes and techniques associated with project management, including cost, time, quality, risk, communication, human resources and procurement management. The program will also train you in leadership, team management and motivation.

If you already have significant professional experience in project management and are looking to progress your career, consider the 1.5-year Master of Science (Project Management) which only includes the more advanced units, shortening the course duration.

If you complete the master degree to a high standard, you may be eligible to proceed onto doctoral-level studies.

What you’ll learn

  • Describe and apply the principles, concepts, tools, techniques and processes of project management, and extend the boundaries of knowledge through research
  • Think critically and reflectively to analyse project management problems and issues and generate practical effective solutions to facilitate project success
  • Source, critically evaluate and synthesise information to support comprehension and decision making in a project environment
  • Communicate effectively graphically, orally, and in writing, with academic, professional and community stakeholders
  • Use appropriate technologies for the facilitation of project management processes
  • Use a range of strategies that will enable continued learning
  • Recognise the value-of an international perspective on project management processes
  • Appreciate the cultural diversity of the wider community and its impacts on project management
  • Conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner; demonstrate skills in leadership, self-motivation and working in teams

Duration of course: 2 years

This program aims to develop your practical knowledge of, and research skills in, local and international industries.

The majors in this course allow you to specialise in various disciplines in commerce and are suitable if you wish to expand your existing knowledge or change your career trajectory.

Major areas of study:

  • Professional Accounting CPA Australia Extension
  • Advanced Accounting CPA Australia Extension
  • Applied Finance
  • Marketing
  • Information Systems and Technology
  • Supply Chain Management

Research project units within the course aim to develop high levels of communication and research skills, as well as creativity and flexibility in the application of knowledge and skills to new situations.

What you’ll learn

  • Apply appropriate practices, principles and concepts to research and resolve, business issues and problems
  • Think critically and reflectively about business problems and draw defensible conclusions
  • Access, evaluate and synthesise information applicable to business issues and problems.
  • Communicate in ways appropriate to the discipline, audience and purpose
  • Engage with and appropriately apply a range of technologies useful to business
  • Engage with reflective practice to take responsibility for one’s own learning and development
  • Recognise and evaluate the impact of international issues as they relate to business
  • Apply an ethical approach in dealing with various stakeholders in a culturally diverse business environment
  • Work independently and collaboratively, using team processes, demonstrating professional behaviour and ethical practices

Duration of course: 2 years

This internationally-accredited MBA is tailored to suit established professionals, particularly middle and senior managers.

The course combines current business theory, local and international perspectives and hands-on project work, and provides networking opportunities with industry.

You will create and critically evaluate innovative ideas and strategies within ambiguous and uncertain business environments.

You can opt to study the generalist MBA to gain a broad understanding, or choose to study one of the following majors and specialise in a specific area of interest:

  • Oil and gas, in partnership with Aberdeen Business School at Robert Gordon University
  • Leadership

The curriculum comprises eight core units and four optional units. Ten of these units can be studied online. You will also complete a professional portfolio, which involves a minimum of 40 hours of professional development.

What you’ll learn

  • Apply a thorough discipline specific foundation of contemporary business theories, concepts and principles in a group or organisational environment; independently identify and investigate a research problem
  • Create, critically evaluate and reflect upon innovative ideas and strategies within ambiguous and uncertain business environments (including business, government and not-for-profit organisations)
  • Select appropriate information using technologies; make valid judgments and synthesise information from a range of sources; access, evaluate and synthesise diverse information for intelligent business application
  • Communicate effectively in ways to appropriately interpret technical and non-technical information to a varied audience, for a range of purposes and to a professional standard
  • Select and use appropriate technologies and recognise their advantages and limitations
  • Possess and be able to utilise life-long learning strategies; maintain currency in professional practice
  • Recognise and apply international perspectives within the business environment; apply international standards of practice and evaluate issues from a variety of perspectives
  • Develop shared understandings of contemporary relevant issues which demonstrate a high and balanced level of cultural awareness in a diverse cultural business setting
  • Apply professional skills- team work, leadership and ethical behaviour. Demonstrate, through self-leadership, a duty of care, honesty, integrity, fairness and knowledge of principles and law to uphold the ethical requirements of the profession

Why study Master of Business Administration

  • Study at our city campus located in the heart of the Perth CBD.
  • These courses are delivered in trimesters, allowing you to complete your degree much sooner.
  • Intensive weekend units and evening classes mean your studies fit around your work-life.
  • Many of our courses can be completed online allowing you to study wherever you are.
  • Our courses have a highly applied, practical focus and are delivered by leading academics and business practitioners.

Duration of course: 1 year 6 months

The new Master of Teaching is designed for people seeking to attain an initial teacher education qualification in order to register as a teacher in Australia and any other countries that recognise an Australian teaching qualification. The course may also be suitable for qualified teachers wishing to gain an additional formal qualification (if needed) to convert to either Early Childhood, Primary or Secondary Education.

In this course, you will gain advanced critical skills, knowledge and understanding concerning best practice in education to meet the needs of today’s learners.

You will also have opportunities to undertake professional experience, culminating in a professional placement during your final year of study.

The Master of Teaching is divided into the following three majors:

  • Early Childhood Education: designed for those who wish to teach in kindergarten to year 2, or work with children from birth to eight years of age in early childhood education and care.
  • Primary Education: designed for those who wish to teach in year 1 to 6, and gain a foundation for teaching across the primary school curriculum.
  • Secondary Education: designed for those who wish to teach year 7 to 12.

Why study Master of Teaching

  • You will be immersed in an e-learning environment, using the web extensively to complement your studies.
  • You will be encouraged to participate in the learning process and benefit from a focus on group interaction and continuous assessment.
  • We are proud to receive consistently positive feedback from employers who say Curtin teachers are of excellent quality and well prepared for the education industry.

Career information

  • Early childhood teacher
  • Early learning centre educator
  • Junior primary teacher
  • Primary school teacher
  • Secondary school teacher
  • Special-needs teacher

Duration of course: 2 years

The Master of Professional Engineering equips students with the skills required as an engineer while providing discipline-specific knowledge that allows them to work as professional engineers upon graduation.

The course gives students the opportunity to change discipline from their undergraduate degree or continue in the same discipline and add a competitive postgraduate qualification.

Students can choose to study one of three Electrical Engineering majors (Embedded Systems; Telecommunications and Networking; Emerging Power Systems) or Chemical Engineering. In their final year, students have the opportunity to complete a one-year project that will investigate and apply emergent technologies in their chosen field.

To satisfy requirements, students must complete at least 12 weeks or equivalent of exposure to professional practice. This requirement can be met by appropriate work experience. Students must demonstrate that they have met these requirements by using a formal log book to record their professional experiences during the period of their degree study. Students are also required to complete Senior First Aid training and provide evidence of such to the Faculty for graduation.

Embedded Systems (MJRP-EMSYS)

Our world is characterised by the ever-increasing number of intelligent devices which have inbuilt or ’embedded’ computers. Embedded systems are computers with specialised input/output devices that may or may not be programmed by the end user. In this major students will study intermediate and advanced topics in embedded systems, for example, embedded systems in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and embedded software engineering.

Telecommunications and Networking (MJRP-TLNET)

The electronics and communication fields represent two of the fastest growing technology areas in the world. With the rapid progress of information technology, the role of communications is becoming even more crucial for increasing industry efficiency and competition. This major explores relevant topics in telecommunications and networking like mobile radio communications and data network security.

Emerging Power Systems (MJRP-EMPWR)

Electricity is a key energy source in the development and progress of contemporary society. Since fossil fuels are a finite resource, the development of alternative sources of electrical energy such as solar and wind is vital. This major addresses challenges in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. Emergent technologies like smart grid and distributed generation are covered in detail.

Chemical Engineering (MJRP-CHEMM)

This major in Chemical Engineering will provide the graduates with strong theoretical, laboratory, design and research experiences which are essential to the development of professional competence in chemical engineering.

Career information

Electrical Engineering

  • Aerospace
  • Banking and finance
  • Computer and mobile technologies
  • Construction
  • Consumer power systems
  • Electric vehicles
  • GPS technologies
  • Instrumentation and control
  • Renewable energies
  • Robotics
  • Telecommunication
  • Utility power networks

Chemical Engineering

  • Ceramics
  • Gas processing
  • Fertilisers
  • Food and beverage production
  • Mineral processing
  • Oil refining and petrochemicals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastics

Duration of course: 3 years

This graduate entry master course offers you a fast-track option to becoming an occupational therapist.

In this course you will develop knowledge of four broad areas:

  • Medical, psychiatric, orthopaedic and neurological conditions that affect the health and wellbeing of individuals.
  • The theory and practice of occupational therapy including the study of occupation and analysis of the physical, psychological and social requirements of a variety of skills and activities.
  • Human development covering normal growth and development within the life cycle along with problems such as learning disabilities and the effects of ageing.
  • Occupational health and management, including prevention, education and rehabilitation programs for a variety of workplaces.

Why study Master of Occupational Therapy

  • Learn in high-quality laboratories and facilities.
  • Our courses enable you to take full advantage of the current world-wide shortage of occupational therapists.
  • Our graduate-entry Master of Occupational Therapy is recognised by the World Federation of Occupational Therapy, allowing you to practice in Europe and the United States.

Duration of course: 2 years 6 months

The food industry is one of the largest in the world. Its growth, particularly into the export market, requires a high level of technology as well as professionally trained individuals to apply that technology. Our postgraduate courses in this discipline can offer diverse and challenging careers and have been designed to provide professional training to those already employed in the food industry and those in other science fields.

This course extends the learning of the Graduate Diploma to incorporate an independent research project under the guidance of one of our experienced supervisors. To ensure you are ready to undertake this project you will be introduced to a variety of health research methods and learn to measure, interpret and describe the data effectively.

It is possible to exit this course with a Graduate Certificate in Food Science and Technology or a Graduate Diploma in Food Science and Technology once you have completed certain units.

Why study Master of Science (Food Science and Technology)

  • These courses ensure you graduate with diverse career options.
  • Our courses are well recognised, with a strong national and international reputation.
  • Our staff maintains strong links with the food industry.

Duration of course: 2 years

Did not see any degree of your interests? 
Want to find out more? 

Speak With Us Today
Layout Image

Curtin Merit Scholarship

About this scholarship

Curtin University strives to give high achieving students around the world the opportunity to pursue their ambitions and gain a world-class education. Through the Merit scholarship, Curtin welcomes eligible students of any nationality except Australian.

This scholarship category awards eligible students 25% of their first year of tuition. Curtin University acknowledges the importance of being one of Australia’s most multicultural university campuses and this scholarship aims to grow the trust and confidence in Curtin University as a place for students to further their studies, careers and life experiences.

Additionally, eligible students who enrol in a Curtin English ELB (English Language Bridging) program before undertaking their study at the University will receive a 10 per cent discount on Curtin English fees.

Speak With Us Today
Layout Image

Find out more about Curtin University from our friendly team today

 enquiry.sg@aeccglobal.com | +65 6279 9299

+65