Delivered by internationally recognised academics, the Bachelor of Equine Science (with specialisation) provides a practical and contemporary program.
Recognised by every environmental management agency in Australia, this course is developed in close association with industry, professionals and government to ensure it meets and supports their needs.
In CSU's Honours program, you'll have the opportunity to learn advanced topics in computer science and information technology for efficient data and information processing, management and analysis.
The Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) prepares you to be a dynamic and critically reflective teacher, who is responsive to the diverse needs of young learners and communities.
The Bachelor of Creative Industries (Screen and Media / Interdisciplinary Innovation) at Charles Sturt University (CSU) is a double-specialisation degree that allows you to choose subjects that suit your career goals and artistic passions – and prepares you to lead the creative industries of the future.
When you study speech pathology at CSU you will develop skills to work with individuals, families, communities, and other health and education professionals.
Information technology is at the forefront of innovation and is a driving force in the transformation of organisations in both longstanding and emerging industries.
Drawing on the Faculty of Science's extensive portfolio of subjects, as well as other faculties' subject offerings and approved tertiary study you have previously undertaken, this degree aims to increase your potential to meet diverse vocational needs in an increasingly broad variety of science environments.
Developed in cooperation with the Australian Dental Council, the Australian Dental Association, local dentists, oral health practitioners and senior consultants, the Bachelor of Dental Science is a five-year undergraduate program delivered at CSU's Orange campus.
Studying advertising with CSU will give you direct access to the latest industry tools, an award-winning on-campus agency, and you'll be supported by award-winning lecturers.
CSU's Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation) is a dynamic course that will equip you to become an expert programmer.
When you study a Bachelor of Arts with CSU you'll develop a wide range of skills and make lasting connections that can lead to diverse and rewarding careers which require broadly developed skills.
Designed for people wishing to become trainers, learning facilitators or consultants in the adult and vocational education sectors, or for people with training roles and responsibilities that currently hold the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, this course will extend your professional knowledge in the field of adult and vocational education.
Do you want to shape the future of animation and visual effects, interactive media, games design, film production, motion capture, data visualisation, web design, virtual reality or user experience (UX) / user interface (UI) design? Charles Sturt University has got your career covered with the Bachelor of Creative Industries (Visualisation and Interactivity).
Whether you’re looking to train as an actor or a performance designer for stage and screen – in classical, contemporary, devised, cultural, artistic and commercial contexts – the Bachelor of Creative Industries (Acting and Performance) at Charles Sturt University (CSU) has your future career covered.
Enhance your exercise science knowledge and skills – leading to professional accreditation in exercise science with ESSA.
As a secondary teaching graduate, you’ll be qualified to teach high school subjects related to the curriculum method studied (major), based on your previous tertiary study.
Open up a world of opportunity through CSU's Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Criminal Justice.
CSU's Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management provides you with the skills and knowledge in the physical, biological and social sciences needed to restore damaged environments and create healthy and resilient ecosystems.
The Bachelor of Business (Finance) is designed to give you a broad range of skills, ensuring you will have excellent prospects to work in local, national or global companies.
CSU's Bachelor of Education (K–12) prepares you to be a teacher in both primary and secondary schools who is effective and reflective in your practice, manages the changing nature of teaching in the community, and has well-developed interpersonal skills.
CSU's globally recognised Bachelor of Theology fosters the search for meaning and spiritual depth in the context of cultural and religious pluralism in contemporary Australia.
With CSU's Bachelor of Nursing – Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) you'll have a career that will take you places – from regional, remote and urban Australia to all corners of the globe.
Does the role of food in our society fascinate you? Learn how food and nutrition influences individual and community wellbeing with CSU's Bachelor of Health Science (Food and Nutrition).