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Vice Chancellor’s International Excellence Scholarship

UniSA will offer up to 20 Vice Chancellor’s International Excellence Scholarships in 2017 to future international students who have achieved an 85% average (or equivalent) in previous studies and have applied to study a UniSA undergraduate or postgraduate (by coursework) degree.

Scholarship recipients will receive a 50% reduction in their student contributions (tuition fees) per annum, for up to four years of full-time study.

Successful applicants will become a UniSA International Student Ambassador and will be required to maintain a credit average (or equivalent) for each consecutive year of study to be eligible for the 50% student contribution (tuition fee) reduction.

International Merit Scholarships

UniSA will offer International Merit Scholarships to future international students who have achieved a 65% average (or equivalent) in previous studies and have applied to study a UniSA undergraduate or postgraduate (by coursework) degree (in selected fields).

International Merit Scholarship recipients will receive a 25% reduction in their student contributions (tuition fees) for their first year of study into their chosen program. Students are automatically assessed for eligibility for a scholarship when applying for an eligible program at UniSA.

Degree overview

  • Learn in award-winning, purpose-designed facilities, including dedicated design studios and workshops.
  • Engage in real-life projects through our award-winning student Design and Construct learning experience, the longest running and largest practice-based teaching program of its type in Australia.
  • Develop traditional and digital technologies for prototyping and construction of complete buildings.
  • Benefit from our strong relationships with local, national and international industry.
  • Study in a contemporary and dynamic environment with students from the related fields of contemporary art, design and planning.
  • We’re No.1 in SA for graduate careers in architecture and built environment1.

1 QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18 – Overall Employment Indicator (Undergraduate and Postgraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.

What you’ll learn

As well as the opportunity to gain practical experience, you will gain the skills needed to design buildings that range in scale and complexity. You will also develop:

  • research and methodological skills to integrate theoretical, behavioural, environmental and ethical issues within architectural practice
  • an understanding of the social and political context of architecture
  • verbal, written and graphic communication skills, including traditional drawing methods and computer-based representation skills and knowledge
  • cognitive and technical skills to demonstrate a broad understanding of knowledge in contemporary design culture

Degree overview

  • Study in a school alongside students from a diverse range of creative disciplines in design, art and architecture.
  • Gain valuable workplace experience when you complete an industry placement.
    Get matched with a professional design mentor in your final year.
  • Have the opportunity to benchmark your work nationally and internationally through design competitions.
  • Get the opportunity to publicly exhibit your work twice a year.
  • Participate in international and national study tours and field trips.
  • Learn from practicing, award-winning designers.

What you’ll learn

This degree will see you graduate with the confidence and practical capabilities needed to succeed in this competitive field. You will:

  • gain a solid foundation in the theoretical aspects of design, and through valuable hands-on projects and industry placements you will also gain practical knowledge and skills that will see you transition with ease into the workplace
  • gain an understanding of industry trends – delve into the world of workplace design, as well as the expanding field of furniture design with hands-on experience in the production and fabrication of furniture
  • apply design processes and strategies to a range of interior architecture projects, many of which are professional projects with real clients; alternatively you may choose to complete workshop-based courses where you create furniture prototypes

During your fourth year you will be given the opportunity to pursue your own area of interest, such as retail design, hospitality design, furniture design or other related fields.

Degree overview

Study SA’s only communication design degree and gain specialist skills and knowledge.

Benefit from the opportunity to work on projects addressing real-world issues.

Learn from teachers who are established designers and academics, offering insight into what it takes to create effective visual communications.

Study an industry-relevant degree – our curriculum is based on our above world-class research in visual arts and crafts1.

Learn in on-campus studios and workshops in our vibrant city precinct.

Benefit from our networks and relationships with the design industry – locally, nationally and internationally, and gain valuable practical experience.

Study at degree that is ranked in the World Top 150 for art and design2.

Gain in-demand skills that industry are looking for- with communication design students in high demand for industry internships.

1 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
2 2019 QS Subject Rankings

What you’ll learn

With an emphasis on studio-based learning, research-led practice, creativity and teamwork you will graduate with the ability to design effective communications applied to diverse contexts. You will:

  • learn to design visual communication, from information and publication design, identity, branding and design strategy, to design for motion and interaction
  • cover topics inlcuding: typography, branding and identity design, packaging design, drawing and illustration, web and publication design.
  • develop practical and technical skills in typography and image design in a variety of media
  • learn how to integrate creative skill with design thinking methods to address wide-ranging communication tasks and scenarios

Communication design is a practice based on creative and critical thinking integrated with craft and technical skill. Throughout this degree you will learn how to respond effectively to communication problems through design as you develop the skills to articulate ideas and approaches and to working independently and in a team.

As part of your studies you will also be required to complete design electives, which provide the opportunity for you to further explore areas and pathways of interest. Design electives will be subject to student demand and staff availability.

Degree overview

  • Top 10 in Australia for psychology1.
  • No. 1 in SA for psychology research2.
  • Gain industry experience through a work placement in your final year.
  • Gain a well-respected qualification that is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council.
  • Continue your studies to become a professional clinical psychologist.
  • Gain an additional qualification when you study this as a double degree.
  • No. 1 in SA for graduate careers in psychology and social work3.

1 THE Subject Rankings 2019
2 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
3 QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18- Full-time and Overall Employment Indicators (Undergraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.

What you’ll learn

Graduates of this degree will have an in-depth understanding of the field of psychology. You will be able to demonstrate problem solving skills, planning, judgement and decision-making – all necessary attributes of a successful practicing psychologist. You will also develop knowledge in:

  • research and project work
  • social services
  • human resources

As well as a focus on theoretical knowledge, this degree has a strong practical focus. During your final year you will do a practical placement where you will complete 150 hours in a real workplace. This will help to further develop your skills, preparing you for your transition into the workforce.

You will be able to pursue other areas of interest through the electives you choose. Electives can be selected from any courses offered in any bachelor degree at UniSA and will enable you to specialise in a non-psychology discipline, maximising your employment opportunities. For example, you may choose to study social work or human services as an elective.

You will also have the opportunity to further explore specific areas of interest with a series of specialist psychology courses (these courses are subject to student demand and staff availability). The courses include:

  • Advanced Research Methods
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Psychophysiology of Sleep
  • Health Psychology
  • Conservation Psychology
  • Language, Context and Social Behaviour
  • Work and Organisational Psychology

Degree overview

  • No. 1 in SA for graduate careers in psychology and social work1.
  • Build your practical skills in our innovative on-campus Social Work Studios.
  • Get hands-on experience and build pivotal networks with supervised local, rural and international work placements.
  • Complete 1,000 hours of supervised field placements.
  • Learn from award-winning researchers in their field, and at a university that has been ranked number one in the state for research in psychology and social work2.

1 QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18 – Full-time and Overall Employment Indicators (Undergraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.

2 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

What you’ll learn

This degree focuses on four major areas of study:

  • social work theory: you will develop knowledge of various social work approaches as they relate to individuals, families, communities, groups and organisations
  • social work practice and skills: you will work in custom-built Social Work Studios to develop a range of skills needed to work in social practice – in this dedicated space you will work alongside field practitioners and academic staff in simulated, real-life situations
  • social policy: learn how to identify the social policies that affect people’s lives, and the strategic ways that social workers may be able to influence these policies
  • social research: learn how to use, evaluate and construct research

You will also gain valuable practical experience when you complete 1,000 hours of work placements during your third and fourth years.

Degree overview

  • Study at a university with over 40 years’ experience in delivering physiotherapy education.
  • Study the only accredited undergraduate 4-year physiotherapy degree in South Australia.
  • Benefit from our strong industry partnerships and alliances when you complete clinical placements as part of your study.
  • Graduate with clinical experience when you learn in our on-campus Physiotherapy Clinics.
  • Enjoy a rewarding career helping people to develop, maintain, restore and optimise their health and function.
  • Undertake an honours component focusing on research or professional studies.
    Study a degree that is informed by our well above world-class research in Clinical Sciences1.
  • This degree is accredited by the Australian Physiotherapy Council and satisfies the academic requirements for registration as a physiotherapist with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia.

12018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).

What you’ll learn

Physiotherapists assess, treat and prevent human movement disorders across various areas of practice, including sport, musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and neurological conditions in people of all ages.

During your first years of study you will learn the basic medical sciences in courses such as; human anatomy, physiology and psychology relevant to determinants of human health and function. The remainder of the degree focuses on abnormal movement and the prevention and treatment of disease and disability.

You will be trained not only to work as an autonomous practitioner concerned with prevention and management of disability and illness in the workplace or community, but also as a member of a healthcare team concerned with the physical and psychosocial rehabilitation of people who are ill or disabled.

Throughout your learning you will participate in:

  • laboratory classes, where you will develop manual and technical skills, and
  • professional practical experience at our on-campus Physiotherapy Clinic and during field placements

Degree overview

  • Study at one of the top 5 universities for national employment, student satisfaction and teaching quality in Pharmacy1.
  • Learn from a University that has well-above world standard research in Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences2.
  • Study in UniSA’s new $247 million state-of-the-art UniSA Cancer Research Institute.
  • Learn in our on-campus, purpose-built pharmacy laboratories and pharmacy practice suite.
  • Benefit from our industry connections and strong links with internationally renowned research concentrations.
  • Gain professional practice experience when you complete placements in community and hospital pharmacies.
  • Benefit from over 50 years’ experience in pharmacy education.
  • Gain two qualifications with just one extra year of study when you complete Australia’s only double degree in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science.
  • UniSA offers South Australia’s only pharmacy degree and is one of four universities in Australia to be a member of the prestigious National Alliance for Pharmacy Education (NAPE).

1QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18 – Full-time Employment, Overall Satisfaction and Teaching Quality Indicators (Undergraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.

22018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

What you’ll learn

This honours degree will equip you with the knowledge, skills and practical expertise needed to embark on a career in the ever-changing field of pharmacy.

As an honours student there is also a strong focus on research, and you will graduate with the skills needed to undertake and manage research projects in a health-related setting.

During your first two years you will study:

  • Foundations in pharmaceutical sciences and clinical skills
  • Common diseases and their management
  • Understanding healthcare systems and the roles of healthcare professionals
  • Collecting and interpreting health information to provide individualised patient care
  • Ethical pharmacy practice including responsible and legal control and supply of medicines

During the third and fourth years you will study:

  • Clinical decision-making principles and interprofessional practice
  • Compounding and formulation of medicines
  • Quality use of medicines
  • Research skills and professional communication
  • Clinical trials and international regulation of medicines
  • Advanced pharmacy practice service delivery

In fourth year, you will also complete professional placements in community and hospital-based pharmacy settings, with opportunities for rural and international experiences.

Degree overview

  • Study at a university that is ranked in the World Top 100 for Nursing1.
  • Learn in our unique, clinical led, authentic simulated hospital and health service on campus with expert clinical and academic staff.
  • Practise your skills with residents of our virtual health community including interactive manikins each with their own persona, and real people acting as residents.
  • Embark on industry placements from your first year of study.
  • Develop the knowledge, clinical skills and attitudes needed for professional practice.
  • Learn from well above world-class researchers in Nursing2, academics and industry-experienced clinicians.
  • Be supported by online learning resources, available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Make a positive contribution to Australian healthcare.

12019 QS World Subject Rankings.
22018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).

What you’ll learn

This degree prepares you for placement and your professional nursing career with more than 170 hours of learning in our unique clinician led, authentic simulated Horizon Hospital and Health Service (HHHS). You will also complete more than 900 hours in clinical settings across metropolitan, regional and rural hospitals, and health services.

We teach and assess four domains of nursing practice during your studies including:

  • collaborative and therapeutic practice
  • critical thinking and analysis
  • professional practice
  • provision and coordination of care

The degree is designed to prepare you to meet healthcare delivery requirements for the 21st century and respond to Australian and international healthcare priorities and trends. Six integrated themes are imbedded throughout the curriculum and represent core approaches that inform contemporary nursing practice:

  • cultural competence
  • evidence-based practice
  • mental health
  • primary health
  • professional communication
  • safety and quality

Degree overview

  • Experience a rewarding career helping people of all ages maintain and improve day-to-day activities.
  • Study the only accredited undergraduate 4-year occupational therapy degree in South Australia.
  • Benefit from over 40 years’ experience in occupational therapy education.
  • Take part in real-world practice placements as part of your study.
  • Benefit from our strong partnerships and alliances with not-for-profit organisations, aged care facilities, and disability and children’s service providers.
  • Learn from award-winning teaching staff, academics, practicing health professionals and researchers in the field.
  • Graduate with an honours degree that will set you apart from the crowd, ensuring you have a competitive edge and are well-placed for a career in industry
  • Develop your ability to independently undertake research.
  • Use your qualification as a pathway to further learning, including Masters by Research and doctoral studies.
  • Learn from a University that has above world-class research in Occupational Therapy1.

1Results in Clinical Sciences – 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

What you’ll learn

During the first two years of this degree you will study the basics needed to gain a clear understanding of the links between human occupations, health, development, illness and disability. The topics covered in these early stages include:

  • human anatomy
  • human physiology
  • human neurosciences
  • growth and lifespan development
  • psychology
  • occupational science
  • sociology
  • group work,

Second and third years focus on application specific courses, including mental health, occupation rehabilitation, chronic conditions, community focus, primary health care and health promotion, as well as participatory community practice.

Practical learning is a strong focus, particularly during your second, third and fourth years when you will practice your skills in a variety of settings during extensive field placements. You will also attend workshops in a variety of industry settings such as Guide Dogs SA, Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, and Independent Living Centres.

Knowledge and skills in problem solving, communication, lifelong learning, ethical action and valuing difference are emphasised and developed throughout the degree.

Degree overview

Study at the No.1 University in South Australia for graduate careers in Health Services1.

Undertake SA’s only fully accredited Exercise and Sport Science degree2.

Complete over 140 hours of industry placement across a range of settings including schools, fitness centres and sporting clubs, whilst benefiting from elite sporting partnerships.

Learn from experts and world-class researchers, including Australia’s leading exercise scientists. Enjoy state-of-the-art on-campus facilities designed for exercise testing and performance analysis.

Learn from a University that has well-above world class research in Exercise and Sport Science3.

Ranked in the World Top 100 for Exercise and Sport Science4.

Choose to study a double degree and combine your interests with Nutrition and Food Sciences, or Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills).

Follow on from this degree with postgraduate study in areas of physiotherapy or occupational therapy

1QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18 – Overall Employment Indicator (Undergraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.
2Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA).
3Results in Human Movement and Sports Science – 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).
42019 QS Subject Rankings, Sport-Related Subjects.

What you’ll learn

Throughout your studies you will develop effective practical and communication skills to conduct laboratory and field testing and interpret scientific research. Some of the tests you may conduct are related to strength, fitness, oxygen usage and body mass.

During your first year you will develop a solid understanding of:

  • human anatomy and physiology
  • physical activity and health
  • fundamental movement skills
  • research methods and statistics

In your second year you will focus on:

  • skill acquisition
  • exercise prescription and delivery
  • exercise and health psychology
  • nutrition
  • exercise physiology
  • biomechanics

In your final year of study, you will focus on professional studies, the application of exercise science, and sociology of health and physical activity. Additionally, you can tailor your degree with a range of elective courses aligned with your career aspirations. The added benefit is that some of these courses will allow you to upskill, as they provide you with additional industry certificates upon successful completion, in areas such as level 1 sports training.

Overview

Ranked in the top one per cent worldwide1, we are one of the largest leading providers of accounting and finance education in Australia and Asia.

This industry-accredited degree will provide you with a strong foundation of knowledge in accounting combined with business, taxation, auditing, finance and sustainability. You will also learn about the current economic, legal and political influences affecting global business as well as develop critical reporting, decision-making, problem-solving, communication and teamwork skills.

We know that employers value graduates with industry experience so there are opportunities to embed an internship, mentoring or work-integrated learning into your degree. You could even work on a business project overseas.

1UniSA Business School is one of just nine institutions in the country and 176 globally to be accredited by EQUIS. There are a total pool of 16,521 business schools worldwide, AACSB, May 2017.

What you’ll learn

You will start with core courses in business. These will give you a solid grounding in important areas including accounting and quantitative methods for business; business law, finance, business intelligence and data management; and economics and marketing principles.

You’ll then branch out into your accounting specialisation, learning cutting edge knowledge and skills in:

  • financial and management accounting
  • taxation and company law
  • auditing
  • sustainability accounting
  • global and contemporary accounting issues
  • strategic financial analysis

Overview

With worldwide demand for aviation experts growing1, UniSA will build your knowledge in airport and flight operations and prepare you for a global career in aviation management.

This degree focuses on airline and airport management, aviation finance and marketing, safety management, and aviation law in Australia and internationally.

UniSA works in close partnership with industry so you will learn from leaders in the field of aviation.

If you are interested in becoming a pilot, see the Bachelor of Aviation (Flight).

1 Boeing’s Current Market Outlook 2014-2033

What you’ll learn

You will commence your studies with an introduction to aviation, aviation management and safety. There are also courses in professional and technical communication, and human factors. You’ll even have the chance to spend a semester flying in our simulators to understand the pilot side of aviation.

As your studies progress you will explore aviation law, finance, economics and marketing; airline operations management; airport, project and strategic management; and risk and safety systems. You’ll also study leadership, and communications and research methods.

You will study one elective from any of the University of South Australia electives, and one from the Bachelor of Aviation (Flight) degree or other aviation-related electives.

Overview

Make your dreams of becoming a pilot reality with an innovative aviation degree for international students that includes flight training. The Bachelor of Aviation (Flight) provides a great foundation in the field of aviation practical flight experience. Whilst some airlines prefer you to have a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), other airlines prefer to train you fully via a pilot cadetship program.

The flight training component is offered in your first year of study through an elective course, Flight Experience. In this course you will log approximately 15-20 hours of dual flight time in a single engine airplane. You will also receive approximately 1-2 hours of solo flight time. Flight training is offered by our partner Flight Training Adelaide (FTA).

In your studies you will also learn aerodynamics, meteorology, navigation and flight planning in ultra-modern facilities.We work in close partnership with industry to ensure you will graduate ready to meet the growing global demand for pilots1.

1 Boeing’s Current Market Outlook 2014-2033

What you’ll learn

You will undertake general studies in aviation including an introduction to human factors and safety management systems. You will do Flight Training Theory 1 and 2, taught by instructors from the flight training provider. These courses prepare you for CASA Commercial Pilot Licence theory examinations.

As your studies progress you will explore more advanced and theoretical areas including meteorology, law, human factors and aspects of the flight and performance of large aircraft systems. You will also study communication and aviation management. Your technical studies will include aerodynamics, heavy aircraft systems, navigation and risk and safety management.

Flight Experience is part of this degree. If you don’t take up Flight Experience, this course will be replaced by two electives.

Overview

UniSA marketing degrees are based on real-world research. You’ll learn advanced marketing techniques and be prepared for your career from the moment you graduate.

As part of this degree, you will develop practical marketing management skills, explore consumer psychology and learn the scientific laws of brand growth. Your lecturers will be the experts who advise brands like Uber, Kellogg’s and Unilever.

Employers value graduates who can apply theory to real industry challenges. In this degree you’ll have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through internships, placements, overseas study opportunities and advanced masterclasses.

What you’ll learn

This degree starts with core courses in business. These will give you a solid grasp of business fundamentals such as international business, economics and accounting, business operations, and intelligence.

In your marketing specialisation you’ll then focus on areas such as:

  • consumer behaviour
  • marketing analytics
  • advertising
  • branding

You’ll also have the chance to study elective courses including the Marketing Practicum which involves an in-depth research project for a local company.

Overview

Modern managers are skilled problem solvers, they organise people, manage money and leverage technology to achieve business objectives. They are at the forefront of business.

In this degree, you will get a grounding in key business disciplines through industry and business-focused courses. Your management specialisation will give you the knowledge and skills to manage resources and projects in a global business environment. You will learn to address emerging issues, and to recognise the need for innovation as you progress in your career. You will also have the valuable opportunity to embed an internship, mentoring or work integrated learning into your degree.

Ranked in the top one per cent worldwide1 and awarded an overall five stars for excellence2, the UniSA Business School will get you career-ready with the latest in contemporary business skills and knowledge.

1UniSA Business School is one of just nine institutions in the country and 176 globally to be accredited by EQUIS. There are a total pool of 16,521 business schools worldwide, AACSB, May 2017.
2QS Stars Ratings 2018.

What you’ll learn

The degree starts with core courses in business theory. These will give you a solid grasp of business fundamentals such as international business; economics and accounting; business operations and intelligence. You can gain valuable insight and career skills while you study with advanced career-focused electives and internships in industry.

In your management specialisation you’ll study areas such as business intelligence and operations; international management ethics and values; organisational leadership and behaviour.

Overview

The Bachelor of Information Technology is your stepping stone to a career in computing, software development and the information services industries. You will learn using the latest industry tools, technologies and research. Our IT degrees have a number of flexible entry pathways and a common first year. You can switch between specialisations and get credit for the courses you’ve already completed.

By tailoring your studies to your interests, you can prepare for a rewarding career as an IT professional.

What you’ll learn

You will start your degree with core courses in information technology. These will give you a solid grounding in important areas such as IT, network, database and programming fundamentals, and systems analysis.

You will then choose two minors where you can focus on areas of IT that really interest you. At least one of your minors must be an IT minor chosen from these areas:

  • software development
  • 3D Animation
  • visual effects
  • multimedia
  • mobile applications
  • networking
  • business systems
  • security
  • data analytics
  • games

If you’re thinking about a non-IT minor, the following are popular:

  • digital media
  • innovation and entrepreneurship
  • marketing
  • accounting
  • management

Overview

With a Master of Finance you will be equipped to manage the challenges of the fast-developing global finance industry.

This degree has a strong focus on experience-based learning. You will use financial market simulation programs in the new Finance Trading Room and engage with the global derivatives trading industry. You can also choose to enhance your business consulting skills and experience through a professional business placement in Australia or overseas.

You will be graduate ready for senior roles in the financial services sector and be skilled in applying current theory to real-world issues.

What you’ll learn

The Master of Finance is made up of 16 courses in areas such as financial theory and markets, advanced investment management and the econometrics of financial markets. You will also study two electives as part of your studies. One of your elective options is a 150-hour industry placement either in Australia or overseas.

Overview

In this degree you will learn contemporary management skills and study areas such as marketing strategy and planning. You will gain the confidence to manage organisations and achieve business objectives in an efficient and effective manner.

You will be immersed in real-world challenges and have access to industry placements, overseas study tours and elective courses to suit your personal and professional development needs. During your studies you will develop an advanced understanding of business and management and graduate with the capabilities to be a successful leader and decision-maker in any business setting.

Our summer and winter schools offer exciting study and learning opportunities. With options such as intensives and internships, you can spread your study load across the year, increase your exchange opportunities or fast track your degree.

What you’ll learn

The Master of Management (Marketing) comprises 12 courses. You will complete four Business School core courses and four Marketing specialisation courses. Through these you will develop skills and expertise in areas that include:

  • business analytics and the data-driven organisation
  • people, leadership and performance
  • buyer behaviour insights
  • marketing strategy and planning
  • advanced marketing analytics

You will also complete four postgraduate electives – two from your specialisation and two from the Business School. They will enable you to develop skills from selected key disciplines essential for management in business.

Overview

Join a growing industry tasked with protecting critical IT infrastructure and information.

Cybersecurity is an essential component of a modern, prosperous and safe society. Like many other nations, Australia is suffering from a cybersecurity skills shortage. These particular skills are essential in our connected, technology-enabled world1.

Taught by industry professionals and world-class lecturers, you will apply technical skills to organisational contexts with a focus on risk management and incident response. In a final year Cybersecurity Exercise you will devise and implement a defence strategy for a complex enterprise environment.

1Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, A cyber-smart-nation

What you’ll learn

You will study a range of core and technical courses including network infrastructure, security operations, web and cloud security, and cybersecurity planning and compliance. You will also complete three capstone courses:

  • Security Consultancy: learn the leadership, negotiation and influencing skills needed of a cybersecurity subject matter expert; and to manage cybersecurity projects and personnel.
  • Security Architecture: learn cybersecurity defence strategies for a complex enterprise environment, including penetration testing techniques; and presentation methods for communicating technical topics to a lay audience.
  • Professional Project: work in a structured project team, gaining practical experience in modern cybersecurity techniques and practices.

Degree overview

  • Get up to speed with new trends and developments in enterprise-wide IT.
  • Learn the critical systems analysis and the design skills required of a business analyst.
  • Develop project management expertise, and the skills to liaise with stakeholders in an IT context.
  • Train using the latest industry tools, technologies and research.
  • 100 per cent of our assessed research is at or above world class
  • Learn from world-class researchers1 in artificial intelligence and image processing, computer software and information systems.
  • Study some – or all – of this master degree online.

1 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

What you’ll learn

Throughout your studies you will develop effective practical and communication skills to conduct laboratory and field testing and interpret scientific research. Some of the tests you may conduct are related to strength, fitness, oxygen usage and body mass.

During your first year you will develop a solid understanding of:

  • human anatomy and physiology
  • physical activity and health
  • fundamental movement skills
  • research methods and statistics

In your second year you will focus on:

  • skill acquisition
  • exercise prescription and delivery
  • exercise and health psychology
  • nutrition
  • exercise physiology
  • biomechanics

In your final year of study, you will focus on professional studies, the application of exercise science, and sociology of health and physical activity. Additionally, you can tailor your degree with a range of elective courses aligned with your career aspirations. The added benefit is that some of these courses will allow you to upskill, as they provide you with additional industry certificates upon successful completion, in areas such as level 1 sports training.

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