Australia 2021

Australia 2021 Intake
Open for Application We don't know what's scarier? COVID-19 or February is coming really soon?! And you haven't applied for your study in Australia yet? FYI, application deadline is in Jan 2021.

Ya right, the pandemic is still on-going but do you know the situation is actually improving, especially for Australia and New Zealand?

The Good News: Darwin and Adelaide have their pilot program approved to bring few hundred students back to campus (with proper quarantine process).

It's never too early to get ready! So, stop finding excuses and start planning for your study journey. Come seek for advice and consultation from us. You gotta prepare yourself when the opportunity arrives.

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Why study at Federation University?

Federation University, we work with industry to deliver programs that ensure our graduates are job-ready when entering the workforce.

We are proud that our efforts have been reflected once again in the latest Good Universities Guide’s ratings.

  1. #1 in Victoria for Starting Salary for graduates ($62,600 average)
  2. #1 in Victoria for Graduate Full-time Employment
  3. #1 in Victoria for Social Equity, Student Teacher Ratio, Skills Development, Student Support, Teaching Quality, First Generation Student Enrolments

In addition to these number one rankings, Federation University achieved the highest five-star rating in nine out of 14 areas – up from three five-star ratings last year.

Industry-relevant programs

Our programs are regularly reviewed to ensure they have national and international relevance. The University’s close links with major industries play an important role in the design and academic rigour of programs which will greatly benefit new graduates.

Quality, low cost living

The cost of living in Ballarat and Churchill is much lower than in larger capital cities. Students will enjoy more affordable accommodation, living and entertainment costs in a quality environment that is ideal for studying, learning and experiencing life in Australia. A wide range of accommodation options and support is provided to students looking to relocate to Ballarat or the Gippsland areas.

Personalised teaching

A personalised learning approach in a supportive environment allows our students to communicate easily with academic staff and other students. Our class sizes are also smaller than most metropolitan institutions, meaning you can receive one-to-one assistance directly from your lecturer or tutor.

Biomedicine is an exciting area that plays a major role in helping people lead healthier lives. It’s an industry that is constantly evolving. You’ll learn about anatomy, pathophysiology, genetic sciences and can go on to work in areas like genome biology, genetic mapping, stem cell research and biological pharmaceuticals. Studies range from lifespan nutrition, to food microbiology, metabolism to applied biochemistry.

When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for a career in biomedical research or one of many positions in a range of health-related industries such as laboratory technology, medical sales, research and pharmaceuticals.

This degree has been used as a pathway to postgraduate studies in medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, pharmacy and other allied health programs, as well as veterinary science

This degree includes compulsory online courses.

Career opportunities

When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for a career in biomedical research or one of many positions in a range of health-related industries such as laboratory technology, medical sales, research and pharmaceuticals.

The Biomedical science program at Federation University Australia has been used as a pathway to postgraduate programs in medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, pharmacy and other allied health programs, as well as veterinary science.

Although completion of this program does not automatically guarantee entry into a Graduate Medical School, it does fulfill the anatomy, physiology and biochemistry pre-requisites required for entry into graduate medicine at some institutions.

Make your brand a household name. Create global advertising campaigns. Engage your customers through the latest social media craze whilst also having the ability to coordinate people and resources for the benefit of a company by studying our Bachelor of Business (Management and Marketing).

Studying a double major with Federation Business School gives you the option of further specialisation of your degree, making you more employable in the graduate market place. You may even start your own business.

At FedUni, we believe in our students having the ‘real-life’ experience to back up their knowledge. You will undertake a practical placement, internship or project. You’ll get first-hand insights into how companies work.

This degree will prepare you for work in state and federal police, in courts and corrections, government departments and for work in community based agencies delivering criminal justice programs.

You’ll learn to understand crime data, why crime rates and types vary in different countries and across remote, regional and urban settings. You’ll also learn to evaluate the effectiveness of different crime prevention strategies and policies, as well as develop a knowledge of criminal justice programs in international jurisdictions.

You will engage with debates about the interaction between the criminal justice system and groups in society who are over represented as victims, offenders or both. Consider the influence of factors such as disadvantage, ethnicity, aboriginality, disability, age and gender and the effect of these factors on access to justice.

In this degree, students develop the practical skills and knowledge to prepare them for work or further study. Assessments are informed by practical examples of the requirements of industry, practical experience in the field and presentations by those already in the field. This program also offers foundational research knowledge for students wanting to pursue post graduate studies or who would like to develop their research skills in industry. You can also choose a minor or second major from one of the following study areas including Community and Human Services, Behavioural Studies (Psychology) and Social Science/Sociology. The degree was developed in consultation from students, justice and community based agencies.

Career opportunitie

  • Case management officer
  • Communications officer
  • Corrections officer
  • Court officer
  • Criminal intelligence analyst
  • Criminal investigator
  • Criminologist
  • Family caseworker
  • Government officer
  • Industrial relations officer
  • Investigation officer
  • Juvenile caseworker
  • Law reform campaign officer
  • Media officer
  • Police officer
  • Policy analyst
  • Policy officer
  • Political advisor
  • Private investigator
  • Project officer
  • Public relations officer
  • Welfare officer
  • Youth worker

Become a sports scientist. Work in sports performance. Promote healthy living to communities. Help injured people through rehabilitation. With your degree at FedUni, your learning will be hands-on using our new Sport and Recreation Centre and placements in the industry. In addition to the core subjects, you’ll also specialise in your choice of exercise rehabilitation, health or teaching. Not only will you learn how to plan, implement and evaluate programs for athletes, but also for the general population.

Our students love the amount of practical hours in this degree, where you are out in the industry learning from professionals. We also support you to get work experience throughout your degree to put your skills into action.

Your subjects include health studies, injury prevention and motor control. This program contains compulsory online courses. When you graduate, you can apply for registration with Exercise and Sport Science Australia and other relevant sports organisations. You may even join our other graduates who’ve worked at Tennis Australia, Hockey Victoria and the Australian Football League.

Or you may decide to continue your studies in exercise rehabilitation and exercise physiology with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology or a Master of Strength and Conditioning – or into teaching with a Master of Teaching.

Professional Recognition
The Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science has been awarded qualifying accreditation with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and progressing towards meeting full accreditation requirements in 2019.

  • Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER)
  • Australian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN)
  • Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Physical Activity Australia (PAA)
  • Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

Upon graduating you may be eligible for full membership with Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) and Level 1 Accreditations with other relevant sports organisations.

You love motivating and helping young people learn. You’re passionate about good health and exercise. You want a degree that’s hands-on and gets you out into schools during every year of your degree.

You want a career that can take you anywhere. At FedUni, we’ll teach you how to teach and you’ll spend about one quarter of your course getting your heart-rate up, learning and practicing the skills you’ll soon be teaching.

Along with graduating ready to teach health and PE in a secondary school, you’ll also specialise in another teaching method from english, history, maths, psychology, science and outdoor education. Then, when you’re looking for work, you’ll have double the skills to offer.

Once you finish your degree, you can register with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. You may follow many of our graduates who teach overseas and around Australia in remote communities, regional centres and capital cities.

This qualification has a strong orientation towards developing vocationally relevant knowledge and skills, through learning opportunities that blend theoretical knowledge with practice. You will experience ongoing opportunity to put your university studies into numerous and varied ‘real life’ practice situations, preparing you for a diverse range of teaching contexts now and into the future.

Areas of study include: exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor development and learning, fundamentals and foundations of health and physical education; health and human development, nutrition, physical activity, creative movement, applied sports science, contemporary curricumlum design, pedagogy and assessment for teaching and learning in health and physical education.

Professional Recognition

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)
  • Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER)

Upon completion graduates will be eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) and may be eligible to apply for professional accreditation throughout Australia and overseas, although requirements for registering organisations in other states, territories or countries may be different from the Victorian requirements.

Graduates and students are eligible for professional memberships with the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER). ACHPER offers members the opportunity to contribute to their profession through participation in face-to-face and online forums, seminars and conferences, and access additional professional learning opportunities and resources.

From a five star hotel on a tropical island to a bustling chef-hatted metropolitan restaurant, hospitality leaders are in demand across the world. Build on your existing studies and become a leader in the field with this specialised and hands-on program. With just one more year of study, you’ll turn your Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Hospitality into a bachelor’s degree, and from there, you can embark on a global career. You’ll become skilled at managing people, projects and resources as you fine-tune what you learn through an internship in your chosen area of interest.

Career opportunities

  • Hotel manager
  • Accommodation manager
  • Events manager
  • Catering manager
  • Public relations manager
  • Sales manager
  • Tourism manager
  • Beverage manager

This program has been developed to meet the global demand for senior hospitality managers. It will prepare graduates with the necessary skills, knowledge and attributes to undertake a wide variety of professional positions in the hospitality industry.

It’s also civil engineers who work with other experts like builders, architects and clients to ensure that structures are safe, economical and environmentally-sound. You’ll find out how to prevent flooding, design irrigation systems, and build multistoreyed buildings. It’s these skills that may see you specialise in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transport engineering, water engineering or infrastructure management.

You’ll learn problem-solving skills, analytical skills and you’ll also understand the environmental, social and political aspects that will impact your career as a civil engineer. In the final year of the course you will have the opportunity to undertake a specialisation in structural or water and wastewater engineering

We are proud to offer an Industry Placement Program, providing the opportunity for our students to gain valuable and relevant workplace experience. Students take part in a two-year professional development program and receive up to 26 weeks placement and up to $15,000 industry scholarship.

Career opportunities

  • Drainage engineer
  • Airport engineer
  • Harbour engineer
  • Local government engineer
  • Planning engineer
  • Soil engineer
  • Transport engineer
  • Civil engineer
  • Engineer
  • Hydraulic engineer
  • Materials and testing engineer
  • Project engineer
  • Structural engineer
  • Water resources engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Geotechnical engineer
  • Irrigation engineer
  • Pipeline engineer
  • Railway engineer
  • Traffic engineer

Career prospects in civil engineering are both solid and diverse. Upon successful completion of this program you can seek employment in government and private organisations, specialising in civil and building engineering. Graduates may also be involved in property and land development and in consulting while opportunities may also exist in mining, marine and offshore industries.

As a professional civil engineer you will oversee teams of engineering technologists and skilled trade staff to construct the designs that you have created. You will work at a theoretical level to isolate, analyse and define a required engineering outcome.

You will be responsible for the planning, design and construction of all types of structures including multi storied building complexes, roads and railways, airports, towers, bridges, pipelines, gas and water supply systems, sewerage systems, dams, harbours and more. Civil engineers also plan, design and test the structures of private and public buildings and facilities.

You will work from an architect’s drawings and consider whether the chosen materials for a particular building will be strong enough to hold a structure of that height or design. It is the responsibility of the civil engineer to produce safe, economical and environmentally sound structures.

Professional recognition

This program is accredited by Engineers Australia.

This course is designed to meet the requirements of Engineers Australia and produce accredited professional engineers with in-depth knowledge and skills across the interdisciplinary domain of electrical and information engineering.

The course covers key areas of the electrical, electronic and computer domains – electrical circuits, signals and systems, energy conversion, power electronics, power systems, embedded and control systems and renewable energy. Linking to these topics, students would be introduced to areas of information engineering – programming, data science, data analytics, cybersecurity of physical systems, imaging, artificial intelligence and communication engineering.

Career opportunities

  • Electrical engineer
  • Electronic engineer
  • Engineering professional
  • Industrial engineer
  • Production engineer
  • Plant engineer

You could pursue roles in the fields of;

  • Electrical engineering
  • Renewable energy
  • Power systems engineering
  • Electronic systems

Professional recognition

Provisional Engineers Australis accreditation is sought at the commencement of the program with full accreditation granted once the first cohort of the students have completed the degree.

Perhaps you want to learn to build robots. In this degree, you’ll learn about electric circuits and machines, thermodynamics, industrial robots and more. When you graduate, you’ll be a professional engineer who is an expert in planning, design and management. Your career may see you managing teams who will build the designs you’ve created.

You’ll be studying in FedUni’s world class $43 million Science and Engineering precinct at our Mt Helen Campus. Your subjects include ‘machine design’, ‘simulation in engineering’ and ‘energy conversion’. In your final year, you’ll take on an engineering project to research and perfect your skills in your favourite area.

We are proud to offer an Industry Placement Program, providing the opportunity for our students to gain valuable and relevant workplace experience. Students take part in a two-year professional development program and receive up to 26 weeks placement and up to $15,000 industry scholarship.

Career opportunities

  • CAD drafter
  • Engineer
  • Engineering project officer
  • Maintenance engineer
  • Mechanical engineer
  • Printing engineer
  • Researcher
  • Scheduling engineer
  • Control systems engineer
  • Engineering development officer
  • Engineering technical officer
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Mechanical production process engineer
  • Process engineer
  • Rotating equipment engineer
  • Service engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Engineering estimator
  • Hydraulic design engineer
  • Mechanical design engineer
  • Planning engineer
  • Plant process engineer
  • Project engineer
  • Sales engineer

You will be involved in all aspects of design specification, development, research, evaluation, manufacture, installation, testing, operation, maintenance and management of machines and systems. This will include, but not be limited to, mechanical and mechatronic systems, automated systems and robotic devices, heat transfer processes, thermodynamic and combustion systems; and fluid and thermal energy systems.

Our engineering graduates are highly sought after by industry and this four year degree will allow you to qualify as a professional engineer without the need to undertake further graduate level study.

Previous FedUni graduates have found employment with engineering companies large and small, both locally and all over Australia.

Professional recognition

This degree is accredited by Engineers Australia.

Our newly restructured IT degree gives you the flexibility to complete a stand-alone core along with an in-depth specialisation of your choice. You can enrol in electives from across the university, complementing your IT studies to tailor your own unique study plan.

We support you to develop strong communication, academic and problem solving skills; critical attributes for success in the IT sector. You will learn programming skills to facilitate smooth communication with software developers, and explore web design, systems modelling and user experience. All provide you with the foundations to pursue your desired IT career, or to move on to a specialisation.

Participation in our professional engagement course gives you the opportunity to network and enhance your knowledge of the IT industry. You will also build awareness of the latest research and developments, and explore the extent to which IT is embedded in areas as diverse as health, education, industry and more.

This program will provide you with a fundamental knowledge of IT (along with skills in key areas including cloud computing and mobile application development) and allow you to keep your options wide open in the IT industry.

The flexibility of this program leads to a diverse range of career opportunities, as each student gets to put their own stamp on the program, and as such determine the career path followed. Some students choose to add breadth to their studies, with a wide variety of electives chosen, whereas other students choose to add depth, and choose electives focused in a particular area of interest.

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Businesses collect huge volumes of data – it’s everywhere. There is a real need for people who have the skills to identify, interpret and analyse trends from the collected data. In health, education, government, in small and large businesses, big data is used to make informed decisions. Banks look for unusual transactions, hospitals look for trends in admissions, and schools for patterns in student progress.

You will study areas such as information and data analysis, allowing you to discover and quantify patterns using statistics, statistical inference, regression analysis, and machine learning. You are introduced to the appropriate methods and tools that are applied to retrieve, transform, organise, visualise, and analyse data. You will develop technical knowledge in a range of topics including statistics, statistical inference, high performance computing and visualisation.

You can successfully complete the SAS® Undergraduate joint certificate program (JCP) curriculum in Data Analytics and Visualization. SAS software gives you the tools and opportunity to excel in using and applying SAS technologies to solve real-world business problems. Achieving the JCP gives you a competitive advantage as you move into the data analytics job market.

Your final year project will give you the opportunity to put your learning into practice as you analyse large data sets. You may uncover hidden patterns, unknown correlations, market trends, customer preferences and other useful business information. Your analytical findings can lead to more effective marketing, new revenue opportunities, better customer service, improved operational efficiency, competitive advantages over rival organizations and other business benefits.

Career opportunities

  • Data scientist
  • Database administrator
  • Business analyst
  • Systems analyst

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Students can be awarded the SAS® Undergraduate joint certificate program in Data Analytics and Visualization on successful completion of the required courses.
ICT consultant
Data analyst

Learn about world class hardware and operating systems that can support thousands of workloads concurrently while delivering service levels to meet the most demanding customer requirements.

IBM z Systems used for cloud services provide the best protection, lowest security risk, high availability and superior performance therefore are considered the best possible business solution.

Cloud computing is a critical component of modern business operations. Enterprises with an interest in supplying services via the cloud, as well as those that utilise large data centres, will seek your skills in modelling and design, analysis and deployment. With leading edge availability, security, and scale, z System mainframes serve the needs of the largest banks, financial institutions, healthcare providers, insurance companies, defence forces, service organisations and more. The degree exposes you to a breadth of mainframe and cloud computing topics including mainframe hardware, system Z operating systems, batch/online programming, transactional services, and security.

You will be prepared for a broad range of rewarding mainframe and cloud computing IT careers upon graduation.

Career opportunities

  • Systems administrator
  • Cloud security technician
  • Cloud system administrator
  • Contemporary mainframe administrator
  • Cloud computing engineer
  • Mainframe Services Technician

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Games developers design, create and produce computer and video games and other graphically based software in a range of industries. You will work in development teams as an artist, programmer, producer or animator, creating detailed design plans, preparing and designing graphics, animations and images for editing, and testing.

Your subjects cover all major technical aspects of the games development process from design to production. The course provides you with a solid understanding of game technologies including programming, applied maths, computer graphics and game engines. You are supported to expand your knowledge and skills to include mobile and web app development, 3D modelling, and undertake professional development.

This degree also prepares you for work outside of games and digital media to give you broad career options. You can work in health, defence forces, education and automotive, and could join our graduates who are designing everything from simulators to medical imaging.

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Learn how to defend business, government and individuals databases which hold sensitive data. Employment in this area has experienced strong growth over the last ten years, and is forecast to continue to do so.

Your specialisation in security will allow you to be on the frontline of the war in cyberspace and to become familiar with the methods attackers use. You learn to investigate how security breaches occur, how private information is vulnerable and ways to protect it.

You will develop an understanding of the security models provided by the major operating systems involved in modern computer networks. Through lecture and lab work you will delve into networks, their protocols and hardware and investigate how these systems can be vulnerable to a malicious attack. Your problem solving skills will come to the fore, a part of your role may include ethical hacking – testing a system to break-in or to find weak points.

As a network architect, or an IT security specialist, you can look forward to a varied career in information security, IT operations and more.

Career opportunities

  • Network administrator
  • Ethical hacker
  • ICT security specialist
  • Network architect and designer
  • Networking and security officer
  • Product security manager

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

You want to improve people’s lives and help them during difficult times. You want a degree where you spend time learning in a variety of clinical settings and a career where you are constantly updating your skills.

We’ll support you as you become a registered nurse. You’ll learn to deliver the highest quality care that’s focused on the person and use reasoning and evidence-based care to improve your patients’ outcomes.

Your subjects include working with diverse communities, mental health, medical and surgical nursing, and palliative care. You’ll also learn skills like leadership and management to give you even more confidence when you start your career. Your options will be wide when you graduate. You may choose to work in emergency illness, mental health, long-term care, intercultural health or population health. Wherever you work, chances are your career in nursing will be challenging, stimulating and rewarding. You may even decide to further your studies into a specialised nursing area including midwifery or paramedicine.

Areas of study include: biomedical sciences, general nursing, health promotion, health, nursing, psychology, public health, sociology

Professional recognition

  • Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC)
  • Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA)
  • Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA)

The Bachelor of Nursing is subject to Australian Nursing Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) approval. This is a routine process conducted every 5 years.

Graduates of this program are eligible for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA).

Physiotherapists are qualified health professionals who are skilled in a number of areas, including the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of acute and chronic muscloskeletal, neurological and cardiovascular disease.

You will engage in hands on, practical sessions from your first year of study, and support your theoretical understanding of the human body through lectures, group sessions and online supported learning. You will gain knowledge and skills in a range of areas including anatomy, manual therapy, pharmacology, physiology, radiology, sociology, pathology & kinesiology.

You will also develop the ability to clinically reason and translate research into clinical practice, to provide the highest level of patient-centred care. Some of your subjects are delivered with other health professional students so you will have an interprofessional experience, gaining team and leadership skills. Throughout your degree, you will undertake extensive clinical placements of at least 1094 hours.

High achieving students wanting to pursue research can move into the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) after second year.

Professional Recognition
This program is accredited by the Australian Physiotherapy Council. Students enrolled in this degree will be registered with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and New Zealand through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for the duration of their program of study or until they are no longer enrolled. Graduates will be eligible to apply for professional registration with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

By engaging in Visual Art studio activities you will explore and define yourself as a creative practitioner. You will start to build your specialist skills through practical studio based workshops of experimentation and self-discovery.

During the first year, you are introduced to studio based learning in both two-dimensional and multi-dimensional projects. Learning may take place in a studio or workshop, lecture, tutorial, library, gallery or another learning setting, on- or off-campus.

In your second and third years of study you will continue to explore and deepen your specialist studio based interests and adopt critical approaches in your practice, continuing to develop yourself as a creative practitioner.

In the final year of your degree, you will propose a self-directed project incorporating research and contemporary art practice, supported by staff from a number of specialist studios. You will be working in, or across, the different studios or directly with practitioners in community based arts activities and events. This will culminate in opportunities to exhibit, engage in community cultural events and explore your future opportunities in diverse creative industries.

You will develop the skills and understanding required for employment in community arts as future leaders and entrepreneurs.

Our open, flexible studios in the Visual Arts include specialized facilities for work in ceramics/3D materials, drawing, printmaking, photography and painting. All intensive teaching staff are practicing artists and designers with considerable reputations in Australia. For more information, please visit www.federation.edu.au/artists.

Study the Master of Business Administration (International Business) to become a world business leader. You’ll develop the skills and specialist knowledge to be a manager within a multitude of areas, including leadership, policy, practice and evidence based delivery. If you are currently working in business or aspiring to a management position, this is the degree for you.

Career opportunities

  • Account manager
  • Business analyst
  • Brand manager
  • Business owner
  • Business development manager

This program is designed to extend and supplement the relevant knowledge of exercise science and sport science / human movement graduates. A thorough knowledge of health sciences is integrated with the practical ability to develop and manage exercise programs for the prevention, treatment and ongoing management of injuries, chronic disease and complex conditions. Clinical knowledge, skills and experience if further applied to the completion of a research thesis or project.

This is a postgraduate program, you are required to complete an undergraduate program in a related field prior to undertaking postgraduate study.

Professional Recognition
Currently the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology has achieved provisional accreditation with Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA). Following completion of the full accreditation process 2019/20 graduates of the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology will be eligible to become fully accredited exercise physiologists with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). This is the highest level of accreditation available in Australia for Exercise Physiologists.

This Masters by Research program sees candidates working with a Principal Supervisor, appointed by the Research Higher Degrees Sub Committee, with the approval of the School.

A minimum of 1.5 years and a maximum of 2 years (full-time equivalent), this degree is awarded on the basis of an externally examined thesis of approximately 40,000 words.

Career opportunities

  • Researcher
  • Engineer

This qualification has application (depending on the nature of the research) to government, industry, commerce and independent research centre employment.

Graduates of this program will have the specialist knowledge required to understand and implement advanced software engineering techniques – design, implement and maintain IT systems using a well-informed software engineering approach and create high quality software in a systematic and efficient manner. Graduates may find employment in a wide range of industries including security and defence, education, aerospace, health, business and finance.

Career opportunities

  • Programmer
  • Systems administrator
  • SAP consultant
  • Systems designer
  • Software analyst
  • Systems tester

As a software engineer you will create, maintain and modify computer software as well as analyse current software products. You will also evaluate new programming tools and techniques.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of industries with the production of medium to large scale software.

Professional recognition

This program holds Professional Level accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

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