Provides students with the knowledge and skills to deliver pre-hospital care within a range of clinical, policy and organisational contexts.
Allows the integration and participation of highly specialised Physics-trained students in the research programs of the University, and generates highly-skilled graduates to fulfil the future needs of Australian industry, academia and government.
Instrumentation control and automation engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic and computing engineering with control engineering.
Study a degree with a unique blend of marketing, advertising and public relations, in state-of-the-art facilities and utilising industry standard technology.
This double degree program provides students with the opportunity to become qualified engineers with a strong background in a complementary branch of applied science.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Communications) Honours combines the fundamental engineering disciplines of electronic and communication systems.
Enhances students' knowledge and research skills which can be applied in the varied professional roles in community services.
This double degree program broadens the overall knowledge of students in areas which are complementary to their technical skills.
This course is designed to graduate early childhood educators who are competent, skilled teachers ready to work in schools and a range of early childhood settings.
Prepares students for a variety of professional roles in the private, corporate and government sectors where high levels of competence are required in the area of exercise and sports science.
Petroleum Engineers work in a range of industry sectors, often related to the exploration, mining, production, delivery and downstream processing of fossil fuels.
Provides students with basic counselling skills to complement their knowledge of psychology.
Produces graduates who are fully-equipped to enter the theatre and screen industry, and focuses on the development of knowledge and skills in the performing arts, with particular emphasis on specialist areas pertinent to acting.
A fourth year of study in which students complete a research project on an agreed topic.
This course develops a student's knowledge and skills in physical protection design and management.
Explores original, self-devised and collaborative approaches to researching, creating, producing and presenting contemporary arts practice.
In this course, students learn all aspects of the Japanese language and concentrate on developing practical communicative competence in Japanese.
With a choice of majors spanning traditional and humanities disciplines, this course enables students to pursue their passion and career goals simultaneously.
This course provides an excellent framework in which to study a range of disciplines, enabling students to harness and refine their creative passions in the arts.