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Programmes and Courses
UTS degrees have a distinctive focus on practice-oriented learning, quality teaching and high-impact research.
They ensure you graduate with as much hands-on experience as possible, making you attractive to employers.
The Bachelor of Business offers you a sound background in all areas of business through common core subjects, plus indepth knowledge in one or more chosen areas of interest. With an extensive range of majors, extended majors, sub-majors, and electives, you have the flexibility to build on your interests and add specialisations.
Why choose this course?
- Have the flexibility to select your course structure and major(s) after your first year. This means you have the opportunity to use first year to explore all areas of business and ultimately guide your chosen specialisation in years 2 and 3.
- Choose from 10 majors and 34 sub majors, as well as 4 extended majors, meaning you have the flexibility to study a broad range of specialisations; or do an in-depth study of a specialisation of your choosing.
- Complete a capstone subject in each business major at the end of your degree. This subject enables you to consolidate the knowledge and skills acquired throughout your studies by applying them in a real-life project or business problem.
The Bachelor of Management is a three year degree that provides you with a broad introduction to key managerial concepts, immersion into innovative and entrepreneurial thinking, and a choice of three key industry majors in events, tourism and sport business.
Why choose this course?
The Bachelor of Management is for aspiring strategic decision makers, dealing with management knowledge and concepts across some of the world’s most dynamic and exciting industries.
Gain industry experience through a compulsory internship within your major.
Unique Business Design and Innovation stream gives you the ability to make strategic, well designed, entrepreneurial decisions.
Become an integrative thinker with broad managerial skills that span beyond any one discipline or industry.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is a new and exciting course designed for Indigenous Australian professionals wishing to gain a degree qualification and maximise their career options.
This premier course is specifically designed for leaders of the future, who aspire to move into senior or executive positions.
The Bachelor of Business Administration recognises and builds upon participants’ current workforce expertise and Indigenous community knowledge, and is ideal for those in business administration, management and leadership roles.
The course provides the skills to manage enterprises and organisations of the future effectively, taking into account Indigenous perspectives, cultural diversity and ethical standards for managing in today’s ever changing organisations. In addition, through its residential attendance mode of delivery, the Bachelor of Business Administration allows participants (with their employer’s support), the ability to maintain full-time employment while studying.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is designed to provide rigorous study in a professional cohort-based environment. Those admitted into the program will be involved in collaborative study with other Indigenous people who are business administrators, managers and leaders in their own right.
Who is this program for?
The Bachelor of Business Administration is designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders working in a range of organisations who wish to gain a degree qualification and maximise their career options.
Students selected to participate in the Bachelor of Business Administration will be those currently employed within a range of sectors including private, public and community based organisations from any part of Australia, or those with previous work or study experience with a demonstrated commitment to learning.
The Bachelor of Communication (Digital and Social Media) will help you build digital communication skills that you can apply across a range of technological platforms and environments.
In the Digital and Social Media major, you’ll gain technical skills and hands-on experience in areas such as User Experience (UX) design, digital marketing, app prototyping and social media. You’ll graduate with an understanding of the changing digital landscape and the ability to analyse and develop digital communication and social media strategies in a variety of workplaces.
Why Digital and Social Media at UTS?
- Real world experience
Learn how to develop innovative solutions to problems that real clients are experiencing, through hands-on assessments and an optional internship. Explore examples of student work.
- Extensive skill development
Future-proof your career by building an extensive set of skills that are in high demand by employers. You’ll graduate with practical design and technical skills, social media expertise, and the ability to create effective digital experiences and strategies.
- Graduate with a portfolio
Through our hands-on approach to learning, you’ll work on projects throughout your degree that will help you build a portfolio, ready for your first interview. Think app prototypes, innovation blueprints, digital communication strategies and more! View examples of portfolio works.
- Adapt to the digital transformation
Develop a critical understanding of the role of technology in contemporary organisations and learn how to adapt to the challenges of continuous transformation in the digital environment.
- Double the skill set
Expand your career opportunities by adding a second major to your degree. Options include Journalism, Creative Writing, Public Communication or Social & Political Sciences. An Honours year is also available for outstanding students who want to prepare for higher degree research.
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
This program is a comprehensive preparation for careers in the professional practice of engineering. Students learn to deal with complex systems and manage large-scale projects using the most appropriate emerging technologies.
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Diploma in Professional Engineering Practice
The course offers an authentic, professionally focused and practice-based education program with two sessions of internship (normally paid) in a real workplace setting. A number of the areas of study are available with explicit specialisations. For example, Civil Engineering is available with specialisations in Structures and Construction. Students can also focus on or broaden their studies by completing electives. By appropriate choice of electives, students can gain knowledge in a second engineering discipline, obtain a sub-major in a different field or study postgraduate-level subjects and apply for credit towards an engineering master’s degree. The concept has been strongly endorsed in wide-ranging industry consultations. Interaction between work experience and academic curriculum is very strong, giving the program a depth that no other full-time academic course can match.
Bachelor of Engineering Science
This course provides students with the skills required at an engineering technologist level – and hence the ability to work with professional engineers – without developing full professional engineering competencies.
The Bachelor of Nursing is designed to prepare students for the role of the registered nurse. The course incorporates a range of nursing subjects as well as behavioural science, physical science, ethics and professional subjects relevant to contemporary nursing practice. Graduates of the course are capable of delivering a high standard of confident, safe and therapeutic nursing care in a variety of healthcare settings. They demonstrate nursing care that is patient-centred, informed and responsible.
Clinical learning is a key element of the course with clinical placements in healthcare settings occurring in every session. Learning technologies such as simulation, which is undertaken within faculty clinical practice laboratories, assist students in preparing for clinical practice. Across the course students develop an e-portfolio to showcase their abilities and facilitate career planning. In the third year of the course students are able to pursue an area of nursing interest by choosing a clinical specialty elective.
Career options for registered nurses include working in diverse specialty areas such as community health, critical care, intensive care, aged care, mental health, operating theatres and paediatrics. Career progression opportunities include working as a clinical nurse consultant, clinical nurse specialist, nurse educator, nurse manager, nurse practitioner or rural and remote practice nurse.
The Bachelor of Health Science is a flexible and innovative degree that equips graduates with qualifications to help make a difference across diverse settings of healthcare provision.
The course is characterised by a strong emphasis on the social model of health, which can be combined with science content to focus on learning how to use and interpret data to drive innovation and improvement in health systems. Alternatively, students can develop their knowledge of global health and international health priorities in order to contribute to overseas health initiatives and aid organisations.
Career options include positions in health promotion, advocacy, health education, e-health, health data and information management systems, planning and policy, project management and evaluation, community development, research and consultancy across both public and private health sectors, physiotherapy (pathway) and pharmacy (pathway).
This course develops graduates who possess a sound knowledge of the biophysical, behavioural and sociocultural foundations of sport and exercise, combined with the management skills and knowledge increasingly necessary in sport and exercise professions.
This course contains a mix of sport and exercise science and business subjects. As the sport and exercise industry has undergone a period of substantial growth, the need for sport and exercise professionals with management skills and qualifications has become increasingly important. Graduates are equipped with the professional knowledge and skills to operate in one of Australia’s most dynamic industries.
Career options include athlete management, corporate health and fitness, fitness consultant, health promotion, sport development manager, sport event manager, sport marketing, sport policy, sport scientist, sport venue manager and physiotherapy (pathway).
This is a cooperative education scholarship program in computer information systems, developed by UTS in cooperation with a group of leading organisations. It differs from other cooperative education courses in that, during the industry-based sessions, students follow a structured program designed jointly by UTS and the employer group, including formal coursework delivered by industry.
There are a limited number of places available in this course according to the number of industry sponsors each year. If selected for this course, students receive a total scholarship of around $49,500 for the duration of the course.
This intensive course includes two six-month industry-based sessions with different industry sponsors. Industry sponsors are heavily involved in the curriculum design to ensure graduates are not only highly qualified but also have the knowledge and skills relevant to the needs of industry.
Students normally secure graduate employment before completion of the course. Sponsors also actively recruit graduates from the course but students are not obliged to take up employment with a sponsor.
Career options include business analyst, systems analyst, information systems manager, project manager, commercial manager and roles in social media/digital marketing.
This course offers a sound education in all aspects of computing and information technology for students who intend to make a career in the profession, as well as providing a pathway to honours, postgraduate study or a research career.
This course adopts a practice-based approach to IT education and the course content is a mix of theory and practice. As well as gaining strong technical skills in IT, students gain skills in business analysis, problem-solving, teamwork and communication. Employers look for graduates with industry experience and, in this course, students are exposed to real IT problems.
Depending on the major selected, career options include business analyst, IT project manager, network specialist, software developer, systems analyst or web developer.
This course offers a sound education in all aspects of computing science and information technology. It is intended for students who aspire to become researchers or who want a career in a more scientific-oriented computing area. As such it provides a pathway to postgraduate research study.
This course adopts a practice-based approach to computing science education and the course content is a mix of theory and practice, with a stronger focus on the mathematics appropriate for computing science and research projects. As well as gaining strong technical skills in computing science and IT, students gain skills in problem-solving, teamwork and communication. Students undertake research projects with UTS researchers. Employers look for graduates with strong computing science skills and, in this course, students are exposed to real research problems in computing science and IT.
Depending on the major selected, career options include software developer, systems analyst, data scientist or professional computing science researcher.
The Bachelor of Science gives students a solid foundation in scientific knowledge and practice while allowing them to specialise in an area of interest. Students may follow any of the nine different majors leading to the award of a degree naming the chosen major, e.g. Bachelor of Science in Nanotechnology, or Bachelor of Science in Medical Science, or any of the majors available. Majors are chosen at the end of first year when students have experienced a range of disciplines and are more equipped to choose their preferred path. Students may also choose not to follow a major, but to select a range of second- and third-year subjects to tailor their study according to their interests and graduate with a cross-disciplinary degree.
The flexibility of this course allows students to either specialise in a specific professional area or to develop skills and knowledge in a range of scientific disciplines. All majors aim to produce professional scientists with a thorough grounding in theory and highly adaptable and practical scientific, experimental and computational skills relevant to the discipline chosen.
Graduates are highly versatile as they can work in almost any industry such as biotechnology, biomedical science, medical science, marine biology, environmental monitoring and management, mathematics, statistical modelling, applied chemistry, applied physics, nanotechnology and material science. Graduates could be employed to analyse traffic flow, calculate the optimum distribution of branches for major banks, set rates of insurance premiums, analyse the consumer demand for products, be part of a medical team working on groundbreaking research, determine the effectiveness of new drugs, evaluate the environmental impact of pollution or provide advice on the stock market.
The Bachelor of Biomedical Science provides a strong professional and industry focus. Students obtain a solid foundation in both biological and medical sciences, and practical experimentation through extensive theoretical knowledge and advanced laboratory skills.
This course provides in-depth understanding of how the body works at the cellular level, what causes disease and the techniques of laboratory diagnosis of disease, including the expanding area of molecular-based diagnostic techniques. Students gain the underpinning knowledge and laboratory skills required to participate in research aimed at the prevention or treatment of disease.
Career options include positions in hospital laboratories, diagnostic medical laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, biomedical and biotechnology industries. Students may pursue a career in biomedical research in hospitals or other research institutes. Biomedical science also provides excellent preparation for entry into postgraduate degrees in medicine and allied health professions.
The MBA programs at UTS Business School provide managers and aspirant managers with conceptual and theoretical knowledge across the full spectrum of business and managerial disciplines. Participants learn within a practice-based and applied framework utilising live case studies, guest lecturers from key industry partners, and real-world examples.
The MBA comprises 16 subjects, including 8 core and 8 electives, which can be taken as a major specialisation, 2 sub-majors or 1 sub-major and up to 4 electives. It can be studied full-time over 2 years or part time over a longer period. For students with a background degree in business or related fields, or with other postgraduate qualifications in business, exemptions are available. The MBA attracts graduates from a range of different fields and is open to applicants with a range of professional experience levels.
- The MBA in Entrepreneurship is a unique 12-month intensive MBA designed for entrepreneurs and innovators. Uniquely constructed as three graduate certificates you can choose how, when and what you need to know whilst developing, with increasing confidence, your own enterprise ideas.
- The Advanced MBA is a 12-month intensive MBA with an adaptable structure that combines knowledge-developing focused subjects offered in blended mode with three project-based studios that enable customised, experiential learning and intensive industry engagement including coaching and mentoring. The Advanced MBA is bookended by two Leadership Labs, which focus on assessing and developing your leadership skills, emotional and cultural intelligence and ability to lead a diverse workforce in intensive coaching and mentoring sessions.
- The Executive MBA is a two year part time program designed for busy managers. It comprises of 11 core subjects and includes an optional Global Immersion stream. Participants join a cohort and complete their degree usually within the one cohort, creating a close network of peers and valued confidants. Subjects include intensive residential workshops as well as weekend and weekday classes.
This course provides an opportunity at master’s level for recently graduated engineers and technical specialists to deepen the knowledge and skills gained in their first degree while expanding their managerial and professional engineering knowledge.
The course is designed to allow students to gain in-depth knowledge and skills in the particular major that they undertook as part of their undergraduate engineering studies. The subjects offered follow an integrated approach to professional practice through compulsory disciplinary and professional engineering subjects, compulsory subjects relevant to the chosen major, an independent engineering graduate project in at least one field of engineering, and a set of electives (any engineering or IT subjects, some with prior approval). Students also have the option of not electing a major.
This course allows students to choose a program of study that deepens the body of knowledge acquired in their first degree as well as expands knowledge boundaries into policy and engineering management areas. It also provides a unique opportunity to deepen their knowledge and gain practical skills by undertaking an independent engineering graduate project in a particular major. Students also have the option of not electing a major.
Students who have a basic undergraduate engineering degree are able to enhance their ability and knowledge through master’s-level courses in their respective majors, enabling them to gain and hold employment in their respective engineering fields.
This course is designed to enable students to achieve a comprehensive and greater understanding of information technology in specialised technical or management areas. The wide range of specialisations allows students to tailor the course to satisfy their career development needs.
It is essential to keep IT knowledge and skills up to date. This course provides students with an enhanced understanding of the business context and technical developments shaping contemporary information and communications technology (ICT), and equips them to meet the challenges of working in the IT industry.
Depending on the major selected, career options include a wide variety of positions in the IT industry, including business intelligence expert, e-business developer, games developer, information systems manager, IT security analyst, IT security manager, ICT security analyst, IT security consultant, pen testing, IT project manager, movie animator, software architect, software quality/testing specialist and systems analyst.
The Master of Science is for two distinct groups of students, namely the professional scientists wishing to update their industry-related skills for career advancement and students considering a research degree.
The course contains a compulsory core of professional subjects relevant to all science disciplines. The subjects in the core provide a backbone of skills important to a professional scientist; be they engaged in research, science businesses, industries or government organisations. These are the skills of communication, critical analysis, project management and innovation and commercialisation. The professional strand is complemented by a choice of major study in a specific science or mathematics discipline. Students may have the option of undertaking a small research project, subject to approval by the faculty.
The No specified major option is suitable for students seeking scientific qualifications as entry into the field or wish to gain new specialised skills in a range of theoretical and practical applications to advance their area of expertise.
Students in the Marine Science and Management major are exposed to multi-disciplinary and cross-institutional coursework, with a capstone project taught at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS) and multiple lecture series and practical components using real-life data from the Australian Integrated Marine Observatory System.
Career options vary according to the major chosen, but all graduates have training in the professional attributes that employers seek. The skills learnt expand career horizons and enhance prospects for promotion in the rapidly evolving science professions.
- Graduates of the Biomedical Engineering major will be well prepared for careers in medical device and biotechnology companies, government policy and regulation, hospitals, and research organisations where the ability to combine biology and engineering knowledge and skills is required.
- Graduates of the Marine Science and Management major can pursue careers worldwide in private and public agencies, or as private consultants in fields such as policy and conservation, fisheries, environmental sustainability and management, impact assessment, tourism, and education.
- Graduates of the Mathematical and Statistical Modelling major may expect to apply their logistic, statistical and modelling skills in careers in a wide range of diverse organisations and industries, including banking and finance, health, information technology, and market research.
Public health refers to organised efforts to prevent disease, promote health and reduce health inequalities in entire populations. A postgraduate public health degree is recognised worldwide as being invaluable for a career in public health. The Master of Public Health is intended for both non-medical and medically qualified students interested in a career in public or global health, research or practice. Through this course, students acquire skills in planning, implementation and evaluation of public health programs.
This course offers flexibility, with a wide range of electives, providing the opportunity to specialise in a particular field of public health. UTS utilises a combination of face-to-face teaching, including block days, and online educational delivery. Academic staff are highly experienced clinicians and researchers, and recognised as leaders in their chosen fields of public health.
Graduates are well equipped to work in a range of public health roles in government or private sectors, as well as in not-for-profit organisations; in disciplines such as: environmental health, epidemiology, health education, health policy, and health promotion.
Foundation Programmes @ UTS Insearch
Pathway provider to University of Technology Sydney
What is a foundation programme?
A foundation programme is a bridging course for a Bachelor’s Degree. It is designed for international students who either have completed their secondary school qualification (GCE N/O Levels) and already know which university they would like to study at, or for those who have completed high school (GCE A Levels/IB) but are not able to meet the entry requirements for a Bachelor’s Degree programme at an Australian university. These foundation programmes offer secure progression to the chosen university upon successful completion.
At UTS Insearch, after successfully completing your diploma, you will receive guaranteed entry* to the corresponding UTS undergraduate degree. In fact, most of the diplomas will give you direct entry into the second year of your UTS degree. So you’re not wasting any time at all! Choose from diplomas in the areas of business, communication, design & architecture, engineering, information technology or science.
* For international students guaranteed entry to UTS is based on no more than two subject failures.
Undergraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship
This Scholarship was established to attract high achieving commencing international students enrolling in an undergraduate program at UTS in Sydney.
The Scholarship is open to international students who have been made an offer, and are granted solely on the basis of academic merit.
The scholarship offers a value of $10,000 towards first year of UTS tuition fees.
UTS Insearch to UTS Pathways Scholarship
This Scholarship was established by UTS to support the UTS Insearch Pathway Program and support international students to succeed as they articulate to their UTS undergraduate degrees. The scholarship is to be offered to international students who exhibit the University’s core values and can demonstrate commitment to excellence, innovation, entrepreneurship and social justice.
The scholarship offers a value of 50% off tuition fees for standard duration of UTS Course.
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