Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of IT security across a range of fundamental areas, such as network security and vulnerability assessment, information security, digital forensics, wireless device security and database security.
This nationally-recognised qualification is the second year of the vocational Production and Design program at WAAPA.
This course is designed for those seeking to establish themselves in the sport, recreation and event industries, as well as for current employees seeking an industry-specific qualification.
Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of information technology, and prepares students for careers in the fields of information technology, software engineering and cyber security.
This course develops an informed, critical, creative approach to understanding media, design and visual culture within a rapidly evolving environment.
This Honours program is a fourth year of study at undergraduate level, typically including some coursework units and a research thesis or project.
This double degree provides students with a practical legal qualification and a comprehensive understanding of the impact of law within community settings.
Provides graduates in the addiction studies field with a strong psychological focus.
Allows students to develop an understanding of the factors that affect performance in occupations of self-care, education, work, social participation, and play and leisure for individuals, groups and populations through the lifespan.
The chemical engineering discipline is principally concerned with the application of knowledge of how materials and chemicals interact, or can be converted in some way to a more useful form, as part of a processing, production or refining process.
Provides technical training in singing, music skills, specific dance forms, improvisation, and acting, including acting for the camera.
Our students graduate not only job ready but industry ready, with practical work based industry experience, networking opportunities and career portfolio development, equipping them with the skills to succeed in a range of business careers.
Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical components and moving systems.
This double degree provides students a foundation in disciplines in the fields of health and science, together with the opportunity for in-depth study in the humanities.
Enables students to learn about the basis for human disease, its detection and the range of scientific endeavours to treat disease and improve health.
Civil engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the human-made environment, including buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, dams and other large physical structures.
This double degree combines a full engineering degree with a full law degree program that satisfies the academic requirements for the admission of law graduates as legal practitioners in Western Australia.
The course covers the key aspects required for managing diverse hospitality and tourism businesses including marketing, financial management, business research and analytics, and strategic management.
While specialising in the engineering discipline areas of electronic systems, computer systems and communication systems, this double degree broadens the overall knowledge of students in areas which are complementary to their engineering skills.
Designed for those students who demonstrate strong academic abilities and who wish to pursue a career in academia or research within criminology and justice related fields.
Effective communications rely on a keen understanding of culture, both national and international, as well as a strong grasp of contemporary media.
Designed for students who wish to pursue further study in the area of psychology, criminology or justice, or who wish to be employed within the criminal justice system.