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1 Future Study Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide 2013 for Australian students Health Charles, Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology Savannah, Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) Business and Commerce Renee, Bachelor of Business (Event Management and Sport Management) Arts, Education and Law Chris, Bachelor of Music (Musical Theatre)

2 5 Reasons to choose Griffith 3 Griffith really cares about individual students so we re with you every step of the way. 4 You ll hit the ground running with a Griffith degree ask our great Griffith graduates who work in top jobs at home and around the world. 2 A world-class university with outstanding teachers and researchers so you learn from the best. 5 When you know more, you can do more. At Griffith! 1 More than 300 degrees so you have choices whatever you want to study. Find out more School students After checking out this guide, you ll want to talk with friends, parents, guidance counsellors, your favourite teachers and other important people in your life, then Recent school leavers and mature age students Getting back into study is a big consideration, but we make getting into Griffith easier with plenty of pathways, support services and career advice. You ll want to consider friends, partners, family, social and work life. Have a look at the pathways and support pages in this guide as well as the study programs and then take your questions and... Parents and teachers Leaving high school marks a major milestone in a young person s life. You can help them make an informed decision by reading this guide thoroughly for the study and career choices, campus facilities and support services, then encourage them to... Visit these websites: Talk to us: Come to Open Day Arrange a visit: griffith.edu.au/futurestudents askgriffith.custhelp.com griffith.edu.au/openday (how to apply) (for more information/updates) On 12 August or attend one of the other important events listed in our key dates section. Call or to book a visit by our Future Students team.

3 Contents Business and Commerce p.36 Why choose Griffith? Our students Top 100 reasons 2 Where is Griffith University? 4 snapshots 5 What s my career? 6 Find my program QTAC 13 Find my program UAC 22 Get into Griffith 25 Pathways to Griffith 26 How do I apply? 27 Financing my study fees 28 Financing my study scholarships 29 Financing my study materials 30 Griffith Honours College 31 Griffith Sports College 32 International exchange programs 33 Services and support to help me on my way 34 Study areas Find out more about the degree program that interests you. You ll find it under one of these study areas: Business and Commerce 36 Criminology and Law 48 Education 54 Engineering and Information Technology 60 Environment, Planning and Architecture 68 Health 76 Humanities and Languages 90 Queensland Conservatorium 96 Science and Aviation 100 Visual and Creative Arts 108 Terms explained 114 What s the next step? 116 Find out how you can apply for a Griffith degree program or how you can get more information about the study areas that appeal to you. Criminology and Law p.48 Education p.54 Engineering and Information Technology p.60 Environment, Planning and Architecture p.68 Health p.76 Humanities and Languages p.90 Queensland Conservatorium p.96 Open Day Make sure you don t miss Griffith s Open Day or any of the important dates in the University s application process. Inside back cover Science and Aviation p.100 Visual and Creative Arts p.108 Member of All information is correct as at February 2012, but is subject to change as program content is reviewed and updated. Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

4 Why choose Griffith? Our students Top 100 reasons 1. Awesome lecturers. Awesome learning facilities. Awesome students. Just awesome! -Laura 2. The delicious Japanese curries at The Common. -Giverny 3. The library is great and the staff super friendly, which is kinda handy when you re new and don t know what you re looking for. -Rebecca 4. I have access to great filming equipment really helps when you re on student income! -Bec 5. Griffith s Honours College has opened my eyes to opportunities I didn t know about. -Alice 6. The lecturers and tutors are really approachable. They make starting uni less daunting. -Laura 7. I m studying education and I love the hands-on experience I get in the field. -Alice 8. There are fun activities on your first day to help you get to know other students. -Laura 9. Small class sizes, one-on-one attention. -Jennifer 10. Through Griffith I scored a $ scholarship to study in Poland for 12 months. -Natalie 11. I live in a share house so I really appreciate the many quiet places to study! -Blair 12. There are great part-time job opportunities at uni, which fit in with my study schedule. -Natalie 13. The Logan campus is smaller, so it has a real community feel. It s a tight-knit group, and I ve made many close friends. -Natalie 14. The new facilities at the Mt Gravatt Aquatic Centre. -Lu 15. New library at Nathan has some great places to study or to just hang out with friends. -Ben 16. The bush setting at Nathan is really relaxing. -Olivia 17. Gold Coast campus is packed with total babes. -Kirsten 18. Griffith is a better option for me, financially, compared to the other universities. -Wilson 19. Tuesday night at the Uni Bar. It s student night. -Joanna 20. They have heaps of support services like career counsellors. -Sue 21. Griffith is where most of my family did their tertiary studies seven of my family so far! -Gemma 22. Work Integrated Learning we get to do a work-related project or placement in a workplace as part of our study program. -Alyse 23. I really like the open door policy with lecturers. -Ella 24. At the Griffith Film School all years mix together and help each other. -Courtney 25. Still-Time Job Search Seminars. -Aaron 26. My degree was offered as an accelerated program which made it the perfect option for me. David 27. Uni life is great. I like rolling out of bed when it suits me. I m lucky enough to not have too many early lectures! -Sophie 28. New library at Nathan - can write on the wall, which is cool! -Robert 29. Social sports - in particular the mixed soccer team. -Camila 30. Griffith s awesome environment. -Danielle 31. The Steam Rollers the rugby league club at Logan. -Lachlan 32. Southbank campus - great location. Close to cafes and shops. -Mikaela 33. Award nights and uni ball good excuse to glam up! -Samantha 34. Many of the lecturers are researchers too. So they re really interesting people. -Mikaela 35. International exchange opportunities - I went to New York! -Katie 36. Uni pub - cheap meals during the day and a great hangout. -Emi 37. Graduate to job success rate. -Matt 38. Sustainable college living we re doing our bit to help with climate change. -Susan 39. Honours College helped pay for me to go to a conference in Germany. -Giveny 40. Coffee shop at The Link, chilling out on the deck and chatting. -Rebecca 41. I love the laid-back feel of the Gold Coast campus; it has such a great atmosphere about it. -Cayley 42. Exchange programs I went to Prague! -Emi 43. I like people-watching on the big hill. -Mitchell 44. The cheap breakfast muffins at the Coffee Cellar. -Mitchell 45. They helped me organise a mentor in the Law School. -Samuel 46. The Welfare and Student Liaison office can help you with financing your studies. -Ryan 47. Student Services is really helpful. Helped organise a 12-month exchange in America. -Samuel 48. I love the bean bags in the library. They are super handy for me to study on. -Brooke 49. I like that the QCA puts their giant cardboard artwork on display throughout the campus. -Sarah 2

5 50. The architecture lounge on the Gold Coast campus is a great hang out. -Sarah hour computer labs at QCA. -Anthony 52. Netball at the Uni Games was awesome. -Lewis 53. Five campuses to choose from. -Jeffery 54. The Coffee Bug has the best coffee ever! -Kristi 55. Online learning If I happen to miss a class, it s nice to know I can catch up online. -James 56. Market days. -Lauren 57. Student opinions matter. -Jeffery 58. The Recruitment and Careers Fairs. -Renee 59. Jelly and custard cups from the canteen. -Mitchell 60. I m studying health at Griffith on the Coast, so I m excited there s a hospital next door and the new Health Centre. -Michael 61. Koala Cafe s brownies. -Sarah 62. Kinaba College s secret admirers week. -Jess 63. Study on the Gold Coast campus means I can still surf every day. -Ben 64. With all the new developments on campus there s a real buzz about the place, which makes it really exciting to be here. -Maxwell 65. Lots of grassy areas where I can catch up on reading. -Lucy 66. The architecture. Sandstone is so last decade! -Lisa 67. The career counsellors they helped me work out what I really want to be! -Gabrielle 68. I m a bit of a word nerd so I m really into Griffith Review it s a literary magazine and a must-read for anyone interested in good writing. -Gabrielle 69. I enjoy being part of the Griffith Honours College it enabled me to get involved in a volunteer project in Peru. -Danielle 70. Its postgrad program. -Emilia 71. Free trial boxing classes on campus at the Fitness485 gym. -Emilia 72. Gold Coast campus has a bunch of everyday facilities on campus like banking, medicare and postal services. -Dale 73. There are special public lectures on environmental issues. -Sarah 74. They have a student that graduated at age 17! That s inspiring. -John 75. There are plenty of discounts at the bookshop! -Stevie 76. The Mac lab in the education building. -Sarah 77. The GUMURRI Centre is great. They offer lots of events to make you feel welcome as well as holding support sessions such as tutoring. -Eloise 78. I like the innovative attitude of the uni as a whole. It s not a stuffy learning environment. -Sam 79. The Industry Mentoring Program and workplace contact list it means I can meet people that I could be working with one day. -Dylan 80. Living on campus at Nathan! -Ben 81. Free barbies, breakfasts and morning teas for first-year students! -Bec 82. I ve made some lifelong friends here. -Hayley 83. Screenings on the Kinaba lawn. -Lucy 84. Research. There are over 30 research centres. -Matt 85. One of my lecturers recommended me for a job and I got it! -Kat 86. The George Alexander Foundation Scholarship. -Amy 87. Uni Games the sport and the after parties. -Matt 88. Ability to change tutorials. -Jess 89. The moral support during exam period the tutors and lecturers prepare you well. -Sue 90. The athletics track at the Gold Coast campus it s Olympic standard. -Aaron 91. The Food Co-op at Nathan there s yummy organic food that doesn t cost or harm the earth. -Susan 92. It s introduced me to so many different ways of seeing and thinking about the world we live in. -Susan 93. The textbook exchange it s a free service provided by the Welfare and Student Liaison office. -Sarah 94. Latin dance, hip hop and belly dancing classes. There are free trials for students. -Bec 95. Uni race days. Oh so many memories! -Matt 96. The knowledge I ve gained from people I respect both teachers and students. -Sarah 97. The wireless network it s handy because I can keep all my files on my laptop. -Ashley 98. O-WEEK! Good times and it puts your mind at ease about taking the big step into university. -Sophie 99. Griffith Aikido Institute there are classes at Nathan campus. -Jennifer 100. Opportunity to get involved in political clubs. -Nick Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

6 Where is Griffith University? The region locations With a superb subtropical climate, and a mixture of natural wonders and vibrant city life, our region has a lifestyle that promotes innovation and education: an ideal setting for a dynamic, progressive institution such as Griffith University. Home to 1.8 million people, Brisbane offers all the social, cultural and recreational facilities you would expect of a capital city, in a beautiful riverside setting brisbane.qld.gov.au Logan is home to people from more than 160 different cultures. With more than 50 per cent of residents aged 30 or younger, it celebrates both youth and diversity in a rich and varied lifestyle logan.qld.gov.au The Gold Coast is Australia s holiday capital, with amazing theme parks, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and some of the best beaches on earth goldcoast.qld.gov.au For detailed information on our campuses, see page 5. Griffith Road Kessels Road South Bank campus Brisbane River South East Freeway University Road Nathan 10 km Nathan campus Mains Road BRISBANE CITY Logan campus Logan Centre Brisbane Airport Brisbane CBD Mt Gravatt campus Logan River Pacific Motorway M1 Pacific Motorway Salisbury South Bank Marshall Road Grey Street Vulture Street Gaza Road > Conservatorium QCA Highgate Hill < Cannes Street South East Freeway Bapaume Road Stanley Street Brisbane CBD South East Freeway Holland Park West Nursery Road Mount Gravatt < Messines Ridge Road Meadowbrook University Drive > Loganlea Road Logan Motorway Gold Coast campus Napper Road Parkwood Arundel Olsen Ave Transport The inset maps show the main access roads to our campuses. All campuses are well serviced by public transport. For information visit translink.com.au Gaven Pacific Motorway Smith Street Motorway Molendinar Parklands Drive Brisbane - Gold Coast 70 km Southport Nerang River Surfers Paradise 4

7 Snapshots Gold Coast This dynamic, modern, comprehensive campus is located minutes from the famous Gold Coast beaches. With a population of over students, the campus boasts state-of-the-art facilities, with particular growth currently in health. Due for completion in 2012 are the $150 million Griffith Health Centre and the State Government s $1.76 billion Gold Coast University Hospital. Interest Areas: Architecture, Arts, Biomedical Science, Business, Commerce, Communication, Dental Technology, Dentistry, Digital Media, Ecology, Ecotourism, Education (Primary, Secondary), Engineering (Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical, Mechatronic, Sport and Biomedical), Environmental Health, Event Management, Exercise Science, Government, Health Science, Hotel Management, International Relations, IT, Journalism, Law, Marine Science, Medicine, Midwifery, Multimedia, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Popular Music, Psychology, Public Health, Real Estate and Property, Science, Social Work, Sport Management, Tourism, Urban Planning. Logan This community campus is renowned as a national showcase of social inclusion in higher education through innovative partnerships, industry engagement and program pathways, with a strong focus on community health and education. Home to more than 2800 students, this campus is based in one of Australia s most rapidly developing regions, midway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, and is a leader in offering flexible learning options for students. Interest Areas: Aged Care, Business, Child and Family Studies, Commerce, Education (Primary), Human Services, Midwifery, Nursing, Social Work. Mt Gravatt Adjacent to Nathan campus, this campus is also nestled in native bushland, less than 15 minutes by car from Brisbane s city centre. Teaching and research on the campus focus on the application of social and behavioural sciences to the prevention of, and intervention in, critical social issues. Interest Areas: Applied Theatre, Criminology, Education (Adult, Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, Special, Vocational), Psychology. Nathan This is the original Griffith campus, situated in native bushland on the edge of Toohey Forest, with a population of almost students. Nathan is home to world-class expertise in the environment, corporate sustainability, Asia and the emerging biosciences. The campus has six residential colleges, offering both fully catered and self-catered accommodation options. Due for completion mid-2013 is the 6 star green rated building, the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre, principally powered by solar power, which will house teaching and learning spaces. Interest Areas: Applied Linguistics, Applied Mathematics, Arts, Asian Studies, Aviation, Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Business, Chemistry, Commerce, Communication, Ecology, Engineering (Electronic and Computer, Environmental, Microelectronic, Software, Sustainable Energy), Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Event Management, Forensic Science, Government, Hotel Management, International Business, IT, International Relations, Journalism, Languages, Law, Medical Science, Microbiology, Multimedia, Nanoscience, Nursing, Real Estate and Property, Science, Sport Management, Tourism, Urban Planning. South Bank This campus encompasses the Queensland College of Art, Griffith Film School and the Queensland Conservatorium. It is renowned for excellence in the creative and performing arts and is steadily building a reputation in postgraduate and executive education through the Griffith Graduate Centre. Ideally located in Brisbane s picturesque South Bank Parklands, the campus is only a 10-minute walk from the Brisbane CBD and is adjacent to the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, the State Library, Museum, Performing Arts Complex and the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. Interest Areas: Advertising, Animation, Film and Screen Media Production, Fine Art, Games Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Jewellery Design, Music, Music Technology, Photography, Product Design. Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

8 What s my career? This index will help you find out which of Griffith s study areas will prepare you for the career that interests you. Simply look up your preferred career; then look across to see the associated study areas and their page in this guide. For more options go to our online degree finder at griffith.edu.au/futurestudents Careers Study and interest areas Pages A Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Health science, psychological science, psychology, public health 80, 86, 87, 89 health worker Account executive Marketing, multimedia, music industry studies 38, 67, 99 Accountant Accounting 39 Actor Applied theatre, musical theatre 55, 97 Administrator arts, business Applied theatre, arts, communication, economics, financial planning, human resource management, management, politics, government 38, 40, 44, 55, 91, 92 Advertising consultant Communication, design, photography, psychology, marketing, multimedia 38, 67, 92, 87, 110, 113 Aged care services officer Human services, nursing, public health, social work 79 81, 83, 89 Aid organisation worker Adult and vocational education, Asian studies, government and international 41, 44, 55, 89 relations, health, international business Ambulance officer Biomedical science, health science, nursing 80 81, 83 Animator 2D, 3D, character Animation, digital media Architect, architectural technician Architecture, environmental design Artist, art critic, illustrator, Arts, design, fine art, Indigenous art, multimedia 67, 91, 110, 112 printmaker, sculptor Arts administrator Arts, communication, government, HR management, politics, management 37 38, 41, 44, Audio engineer Music technology 98 Auditor Accounting, finance, financial planning Aviation technician Aviation, electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering 61 63, 101 B Banker Accounting, economics, finance, financial planning Biochemist*, biotechnologist* Biologist Biomedical engineer Biomedical science, biomolecular science, health science, pharmaceutical science, science Biomedical and biomolecular science, ecology and conservation biology, health science, science Biomedical science, engineering (electronic, microelectronic, sport and biomedical), health science 80, 84, , 81, 102, , 81 Botanist Ecology and conservation biology, environmental science, science 69 70, Business administrator, analyst, manager, systems planner C Accounting, employment relations, human resource management, information systems, information technology 37 39, Cardiac technician/technologist Biomedical science, exercise science, health science 80 81, 85 Chemist industrial or research (see also Pharmacist*) Child and family welfare officer, childcare officer/coordinator, child protection officer Biomedical science, biomolecular science, Health science, pharmaceutical science, science Human services child and family, social work , 84, 85, 103, 105 Cinematographer Digital media, film and screen media 111, * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element.

9 Careers Study and interest areas Pages Civil engineering technologist Civil engineering, engineering technology 61, 65 Clinical exercise scientist Exercise science 85 Communications engineer Electronic engineering, information technology 61 63, 67 Communications officer Communication and media, creative writing, journalism, public relations, marketing 38, Community health officer Human services, nursing, nutrition, public health 79 81, 83, 89 Community services officer Human services, psychological science, social work 79 81, 86 Community worker Human services, psychological science, public health, social work 79 81, 86, 89 Composer Music, music studies, popular music Computer systems engineer/designer Computer engineering, information systems, information technology 62, 66 Conductor Music 97 Conservationist Environment and sustainability, government, politics, public health 44, 72, 89 Control systems engineer Electronic engineering (control systems) Corporate banker Accounting, economics, financial planning, international business Corporate social responsibility officer/manager Corrective services officer Environmental sustainabilty, sustainable enterprise, sustainable energy systems Criminology and criminal justice, human services (criminology and criminal justice), psychology, psychological science 38, 65, 71 49, 79, Counsellor Human services, nursing, psychology, psychological science, social work 79 80, 83, 86, 87 Criminologist/crime prevention Crime prevention, criminology and criminal justice, law consultant D Database designer Business information systems, information technology Dental technician Oral health in dental technology 78 Dentist* Oral health in dental science 77 Designer 3D, commercial, digital, Design studies, digital media, information technology, multimedia 67, 72, environmental, graphic, interior, urban Development planner Urban and environmental planning 73 Dietitian Biomedical science, health science, nutrition and dietetics, public health, 80 81, 89 science Digital designer or publisher Arts, communication, design, digital media, information technology, 67, multimedia Diplomat Asian studies, government and international relations, international business 41, 44 Director theatre/film Applied theatre, film and screen media 55, 112 Disability services instructor Exercise science/psychological science, public health, social work 79 80, 85, 89 Disability services officer Human services Disaster and emergency manager Public health 89 Diversional therapist Health science 80 DNA expert Biomedical science, criminology, forensic science, health science 49, 81, 102 Doctor* Biomedical science, exercise science, health science, medical science, 80 82, 85, 105 science or any other undergraduate degree, followed by medicine Drama teacher Applied theatre, secondary education 55, 57 Drug discovery researcher Biomolecular science, pharmaceutical science, science 84, 103, 105 E Ecologist Ecology, environmental science, environmental sustainability 69 72, 105 ecommerce specialist Business studies, commerce, information technology, management 38, Economist Accounting, economics Ecotourism operator Environmental management, international tourism, science, sustainable tourism, sustainable enterprise 38, 42, 43, 71, 105 * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element. Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

10 Careers Study and interest areas Pages Editor Communication and media, digital media, film and screen media, journalism, multimedia, publishing Electrical engineer Electrical and electronic engineering Electronic engineer Electrical and electronic engineering emarketing and communications consultant Employment services consultant/ specialist Engineer Business information systems, marketing 38, 66 67, 91, 92, 109, 111, 112 Employment relations, human services, psychology 37, 79, Biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, electronic, environmental, mechanical, mechatronic, microelectronic, software, sport and biomedical, structural, sustainable energy English/social sciences teacher Secondary English, geography, history Environmental designer Architecture, environmental design and planning Environmental engineer Environmental engineering 62 Environmental health officer/planner Environmental health, public health 89 Environmental planner Environmental management, urban and environmental planning 71, 73 Environmental protection officer Environmental management, environmental sustainability, public health 71 73, 89 Environmental policy officer Environmental health, environmental management 71, 72, 89 Environmental scientist Environmental engineering, environmental science 62, 70, 105 Environmental technologist Environmental engineering, environmental science 62, 70 Event manager Exhibition designer, event theming consultant Business, communication and media, hotel/tourism/event/sport 42 43, 92 management Design studies, event management, visual communication designer 42, Exercise Physiologist Exercise science 85 Exporter, importer Asian studies, government and international relations, 38, 41, 44 international business, supply chain management F Family welfare officer Human services, psychology, psychological science, social work 79 80, Film, television and video producer/ production, director Communication and media, digital media, film and screen media, journalism 91 92, 112 Financial planner Finance, financial planning Flight instructor Aviation 101 Food scientist, safety manager Biomolecular science, health science, public health, science 80, 89, 103, Food technologist Biomolecular science, public health 89, 103 Forensic science officer*/scientist Biomedical science, biomolecular science, forensic science, health science, 80, science Furniture or product designer Design studies 110 Futures trader Economics, finance, financial planning, international business 41 * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element. 8

11 Careers Study and interest areas Pages G Games designer /programmer Animation, design studies, digital design, games design, interactive 67, entertainment, multimedia Genetic counsellor*, genetic scientist Biomedical science, biomolecular science, health science, science 80, Goldsmith, silversmith Fine art 112 Golf industry/professional Business management, sports management 38, 42 Graphic designer Design studies, digital design, visual media Guidance officer/careers adviser Psychology, psychological science H Health administrator, promoter, Exercise science, human services, health science, nursing, psychological 79 80, 85, 89 manager science, public health Health information manager Public health 89 Health scientist, medical Biomedical science, health science, nursing, pharmaceutical science, science 81, 85, science officer Hospital administrator Health science, nursing, public health 81, 83, 89 Hotel manager Hotel management, international management, international tourism, 38, tourism Human resource officer/manager Employment relations, human resource management, psychology, 37 38, psychological science I Industrial relations officer Employment relations, psychology, psychological science 37, Information engineer Information technology, software engineering 64, 66 Information systems manager/ Information systems, information technology consultant Insurance officer Business management, finance, financial planning 38, 40 Instrumentalist Music 97, 98 Intelligence analyst Criminology and criminal justice 49 Interior designer Design studies 110 International business/relations consultant Interpreter, linguist, translator Asian studies, international business, international relations 41, 44 Arts, Asian studies, international business, international relations, languages and linguistics IT consultant/manager Information systems, information technology, multimedia IT designer, tester Information technology, multimedia J Jewellery designer Fine art 112 Journalist Communication and media, journalism 92 41, 44, 91, K Kindergarten director/teacher Human services child and family, early childhood education 56, 59, L Laboratory technician Land and water management consultant Biomedical science, health science, medical laboratory science, science technology Environmental engineering, environmental science, public health, urban and environmental planning Landscape architect Environmental design 72 80, 81, , 70 72, 89 Lawyer, barrister, solicitor, Law magistrate Legal aid officer Criminology and criminal justice, law Librarian Undergraduate degree in area of interest; then proceed to postgraduate studies Logistics manager Business logistics and supply chain management 38 Loss prevention officer Logistics, criminology and criminal justice 38, * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element. Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

12 Careers Study and interest areas Pages M Marine biologist Environmental science, marine science, marine biology Marketer, market researcher Communication and media, management, marketing, psychology, 38 40, psychological science Mathematician Applied mathematics Maths teacher Secondary education 58 Mechanical/mechatronic engineer Mechanical and mechatronic engineering 63 Media executive/presenter Applied theatre, communication and media, journalism 55, Mediator Human services, law, psychology, psychological science 49, 79, Medical imaging technologist* Biomedical science, exercise science, health science 80 81, 85 Medical instrumentation engineer Electronic and computer, microelectronic, sport and biomedical engineering Medical practitioner* Biomedical science, medical science, followed by medicine Medical scientist Biomedical science, health science, medical laboratory science Medical specialist* Biomedical science, exercise science, health science, medical science, nursing, science, followed by medicine Mental health professional Human services, nursing, psychology, psychological science Microbiologist clinical* Biomedical science, biomolecular science, health science, science 81 85, 105 Microelectronic engineer Electronic and computer or microelectronic engineering Midwife Midwifery, nursing 83 Multicultural services officer Human services 79 Multimedia designer Digital design, design, information technology, multimedia 66, 67, Museum/gallery manager, curator Arts management, business management, fine art, humanities 38, 91, 112 Music performer Music, popular music Music teacher Music, music technology, popular music (followed by a Graduate Diploma 58, of Education), secondary education Music technologist Music technology, popular music N Nanoscientist Photonics and nanoscience 105 Natural resource manager Environmental science, public health 70, 89 Network administrator/engineer/ Information technology 66 manager News producer Arts, communication and media, film and screen, journalism 91 92, 112 Nurse aged care, community critical care, emergency, infection control, educator, midwifery, mental health, sexual health, researcher Nutritionist Nursing (mental health nursing and midwifery require postgraduate study) 83 Biomedical science, environmental science, health science, public health, nutrition/dietetics O Occupational health and safety officer Public Health 89 Occupational therapist* Exercise science 85 Orientation and mobility instructor Exercise science , 89 P Park ranger Ecology and conservation biology, environment, science Parole officer Criminology and criminal justice 49 Personal coach/trainer Exercise science, psychology, psychological science Pharmaceutical sales consultant Biomedical science, biomolecular science, nursing, pharmaceutical science, 80, science Pharmacist* Pharmaceutical science 84 * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element. 10

13 Careers Study and interest areas Pages Philosopher Arts, cultural sociology and leadership 91 Photographer Photography 113 Photojournalist Communication and media, digital media, journalism, photography 92, 111, 113 Photonics and nanoscientist Photonics and nanoscience 105 Physical education teacher Health and physical education 58 Physicist Photonics and nanoscience, science 105, 106 Physiologist clinical* Biomedical science, biomolecular science, exercise science, 81 85, 103, 105 health science, science Physiotherapist Exercise science and physiotherapy 85 Pilot commercial, charter, crop Aviation 101 duster, aeromedical, helicopter, flight instructor Police officer Criminology and criminal justice 49 Political analyst Government and international relations, politics 44 Pollution control officer Environmental engineering, environmental management, public health, 70 71, 89, 105 science Private investigator Criminology and criminal justice, psychology, psychological science 49, 86 Probation officer Criminology and criminal justice 49 Professional and vocational trainer Adult and vocational education, psychology, psychological science, training 55, 86 Programmer Computer engineering, information technology, software engineering Project manager Business management, engineering, public health 38, 65, 89 Property manager Business management, real estate and property development 38, 43 Prosthetist* Oral health in dental technology 78 Psychologist* Psychology (specialty areas require postgraduate studies) 86 Public health management and Human services, nursing, psychological science, public health 79, 83, 85, 89 policy officer Public relations consultant Arts, communication and media, marketing, public relations 38, 91, 92 Publisher Communication and media, design, journalism, publishing and creative writing R Radiation therapist Nursing 83 Recreation officer Exercise science, human services 79, 85 Rehabilitation counsellor/manager Exercise science, human services 79, 85 Reporter Communication and media, journalism 92 Respiratory scientist/technician Exercise science 85 Restaurant/catering manager Business management, international tourism and hotel management, tourism management Retail manager Business management 38 S Science teacher Secondary education 58 Scientist biomedical, clinical, environmental, manufacturing, research Scriptwriter Biomedical science, biomolecular science, engineering, environment, health science, nursing, pharmaceutical science, photonics and nanoscience, science Applied theatre, communication and media, creative writing, digital media, film and screen media Security consultant Criminology and criminal justice 49 Sleep technologist Exercise science 85 Social worker/researcher Social work , 85, , , 92, 111, 112 Software engineer/programmer Information technology, software engineering 64, Sonographer medical* Exercise science 85 * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element. Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

14 Careers Study and interest areas Pages Sound editor/producer/engineer Digital media, film and screen media, multimedia, music technology, popular music Special education teacher Special education 58 Speechwriter Communication and media, creative writing, humanities, journalism, public relations 67, 98 99, 111, , 92 Sports administrator Business sport management, exercise science 42, 85 Sports coach Business sport management, exercise science 42, 85 Sports manager, sports development Business sport management, exercise science 42, 85 professional Sports scientist Exercise science, science, sport and biomedical engineering 64, 85, 106 Stage designer Applied theatre, design studies, film and screen media 55, 110, 112 Statistician Applied mathematics Stockbroker Economics, finance, financial planning, international business Systems analyst Business information systems, information technology Systems designer Business information systems, information technology T Taxation agent Economics, tax planning Teacher Pre-school, primary, secondary, special ed, TAFE, technology education Theatre director Applied theatre, arts management, communication and media 55, Tourism consultant Business management, international tourism and hotel management, 38, 41, 43 sustainable tourism management Town planner Urban and environmental planning 73 Translator/interpreter Arts, Asian studies, international business, international relations, languages and linguistics 41, 44, 91, Transport planner/engineer Civil engineering, urban and environmental planning 61, 73 U Urban and regional planner Urban and environmental planning 73 Urban designer Environmental design 72 V Vocalist Music studies W Waste management officer/engineer Environmental engineering, public health 62, 89 Water resources officer/engineer Environmental engineering, natural resources, sustainable energy systems 62, 65, 70, 71 Web designer/developer Communication, digital media, information technology, multimedia 66 67, 92, 111 Welfare officer Human services, psychology, psychological science, social work 79 80, Wildlife biologist Environmental science, science, wildlife biology 71, 105 Workplace health and safety officer Business management, human services, psychological science, public health 39, 79, 86, 89 Workplace relations manager Business management, psychological science 39, 86 Writer Arts, communication and media, creative writing, journalism 91, 92 Y Youth worker Human services, psychological science with criminology and criminal justice, psychology, social work 49, 79 80, * Indicates postgraduate coursework is generally required. Note. This is a guide only. To help you with your career goals, the University recommends that you check with one of its campus student centres or the relevant academic element.

15 Find my program This table is a quick reference guide with details regarding the undergraduate programs offered in 2013 for domestic students. QTAC: pages UAC: pages QTAC Degree/Prerequisites and OP/Rank cut-offs (for applications through Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre*) Within each section, programs are in alphabetical order by single degree, then alphabetical order by double degree. Legend: G=Gold Coast, L=Logan, M=Mt Gravatt, N=Nathan, S=South Bank. F=Full-time study, P=Part-time study. 3F/6P=3 years full-time, 6 years part-time. X=External available. M/N and L/M=program to be completed at both campuses. M,S=program can be completed at either campus. N/A=Not applicable. Note. 4SA represents four semesters of sound achievement (overall passing grade across four semesters) or a mark of 50% in indicated subject throughout Years 11 and 12. Page QTAC Major round cut-offs 2012 Program title no. code Prerequisites OP Rank Business and Commerce Bachelor of Asian Studies N 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb, July G 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of Business L 2F/4P English (4SA) early Feb N 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of Business (Event Management); G 3F/6P Feb, July English (4SA) (Sport Management) N 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of Business (Fast-track) N 2F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Business (Hotel Management); (Sustainable Tourism Management) G 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb, July Bachelor of Business Information Systems G 3F English (4SA), Assumed knowledge: Feb N 3F Maths A or B Feb Bachelor of Business (International Tourism and Hotel Management) N 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb, July Bachelor of Business (Real Estate and G 3F/6P Feb, July English (4SA) Property Development) N 3F/6P Feb, July G 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of Commerce L 2F/4P English (4SA) early Feb N 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of Commerce (Fast-track) N 2F English (4SA) Feb, July Bachelor of Commerce (Professional) L 3F/6P English (4SA) early Feb Bachelor of Government and International G 3F/6P Feb English (4SA) Relations N 3F/6P Feb, July Bachelor of International Business G 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb, July N 3F/6P Feb, July Double Degrees Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business G 4F Feb English (4SA) N 4F Feb Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce G 4F Feb English (4SA) N 4F Feb Bachelor of Asian and International Studies/ Bachelor of Communication N 4F English (4SA) Feb, July 9 83 Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Business G 4F Feb, July (Hotel, Tourism, Event, Real Estate and 45 English (4SA) Property, Sport) N 4F Feb, July Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Commerce G 4F Feb, July English (4SA) N 4F Feb, July Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of G 4F Feb English (4SA) Communication N 4F Feb Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Digital Media G 4F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Journalism G 4F Feb English (4SA) N 4F Feb Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of G 4F Feb English (4SA) Psychological Science N/M 4F Feb Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

16 Program title Bachelor of Business (Hotel, Tourism, Event, Real Estate and Property, Sport)/Bachelor of International Business Page no. 45 QTAC code Prerequisites G 4F English (4SA) Major round cut-offs 2012 OP Rank Feb, July N 4F Feb, July Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of G 4F Feb, July English (4SA) International Business N 4F Feb, July G 5F English (4SA), Maths B Feb Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Business 46 (4SA). Recommended: Physics, (Management) N 5F Chemistry or Maths C Feb English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Bachelor of Environmental Management/ N 5F Maths A or B. Recommended: Feb NEW IN 2013 Bachelor of Business Biology, Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Exercise Science/Bachelor of English (4SA), plus one of Biology, G 4F Feb Business (Sport Management) Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Bachelor of Government and International G 4F Feb, July English (4SA) Relations/Bachelor of International Business N 4F Feb, July G 5F Feb 8 86 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business 51 English (4SA) N 5F Feb 8 86 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce 52 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of International Business Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Business 97, N/SB 4F Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science/ Bachelor of Business Criminology and Law Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice 49 Bachelor of Laws 50 Bachelor of Laws Graduate Entry 50 Double Degrees Bachelor of Forensic Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts 51 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business 51 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce 52 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of International Business Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Science (Environment) Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 4F/8P English (4SA), plus audition and interview. See page 99. English (4SA), Maths B or C (4SA), plus one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics (4SA) Feb Special entry requirements Feb NEW IN M 3F/3FX or 6P/6PX Nil Feb, July G Feb, July F/8P G F English (4SA) Feb 4F/8P N F G 3F/6P English (4SA) plus a completed bachelors degree or equivalent. Feb N/A N/A N 3F/6P For details see page N/M 4F English (4SA), Maths B or C (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Physics (4SA) Feb L 4F/8P English (4SA) Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb N/M 5F English (4SA) Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N 5F Feb G 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA) N/M 5F Feb 8 86 English (4SA). Recommended: Maths N 5F B or C (4SA) plus one of Biology, Feb 8 86 Chemistry or Physics M 4F/8P English (4SA) Feb An accelerated 3-year program is also available.

17 Education Program title Page no. Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education 55 QTAC code Prerequisites Direct entry M 2F/4P See page 55 for details of the prerequisites for this program. Feb, July Major round cut-offs 2012 OP Rank Applications are made directly to the University. Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theatre M 3F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Primary 56 Bachelor of Education Secondary (Computer Education) Bachelor of Education Secondary (Design and Technology) G 4F Feb L 4F English (4SA) Feb M 4F Feb M/N 3.5F English (4SA) Feb M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Secondary (Drama) M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Secondary (English) M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Secondary (Graphics) Bachelor of Education Secondary (Health and Physical Education) Bachelor of Education Secondary (History, Geography) Bachelor of Education Secondary (Mathematics and Science) M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb M/N 3.5F English (4SA), Maths B or C (4SA) Feb and for the Science teaching area one of Biology, Chemistry (4SA) or G 3.5F Feb NEW IN 2013 Physics (4SA) Bachelor of Education Secondary (Music) M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Secondary (Visual Arts, Media Arts) M 3.5F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Education Special Education M 4F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Training 58 Graduate Diploma of Early Childhood Education 59 Graduate Diploma of Education Primary 59 Graduate Diploma of Education Secondary 59 Double Degrees Bachelor of Child and Family Studies/Bachelor of Education Primary Direct entry M 1.5-3F See page 58 for details of the prerequisites for this program. Applications are Feb, July made directly to the University. Feb N/A N/A G G M 1F 2P 1F Completed bachelors degree. See page 59 for more details. Feb Feb N/A N/A N/A N/A M 2P Feb N/A N/A G 1F Feb, July N/A N/A G 2P Completed bachelors degree. Feb N/A N/A M 1F See page 59 for more details. Feb, July N/A N/A M 2P Feb N/A N/A G 1F Feb N/A N/A G 2P Completed bachelors degree Feb N/A N/A (or equivalent). See page 59 for M 1F more details. Feb N/A N/A M 2P Feb N/A N/A L 4.5F English (4SA) Feb Engineering and Information Technology G 3F English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Feb Bachelor of Business Information Systems N 3F Maths A or B Feb English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 4 94 (Civil Engineering) or Maths C Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Electronic and Computer Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Environmental Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Mechanical Engineering) G 4F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Physics, Chemistry or Maths C Feb, July 4 94 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 5 92 or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 5 92 or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 4 94 or Maths C Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

18 Page QTAC Major round cut-offs 2012 Program title no. code Prerequisites OP Rank English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Mechatronic Engineering) or Maths C Feb 4 94 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Microelectronic Engineering) or Maths C Feb 5 92 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Software Engineering) or Maths C Feb, July 5 92 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Sport and Biomedical Engineering) or Maths C Feb 4 94 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Sustainable Energy Systems) or Maths C Feb, July 5 92 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry or Maths C Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic and Computer Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic Engineering) Bachelor of Engineeering (Microelectronic Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Sport and Biomedical Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Sustainable Energy Systems) Bachelor of Engineering Technology 65 Bachelor of Information Technology 66 Bachelor of Information Technology (Accelerated) Bachelor of Information Technology (Advanced with Honours) Bachelor of Information Work L G 4F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Physics, Chemistry or Maths C Feb, July English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) G 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C G 3F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb, July Recommended: Physics, Chemistry N 3F or Maths C Feb, July G 3F Assumed knowledge: English, plus Feb, July N 3F either Maths A or B Feb, July G 2F or Assumed knowledge: English, plus Feb N 2.5F either Maths A or B G 4F English (4SA) Assumed knowledge: Feb N 4F Maths A or B Feb F plus 3P Assumed knowledge: English, plus either Maths A or B Feb Bachelor of Multimedia G 3F Assumed knowledge: English, plus Feb N 3F either Maths A or B Feb Double Degrees Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Business G 5F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Management) N 5F or Maths C Feb Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of G 5F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Information Technology N 5F or Maths C Feb G 5F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science 65 Recommended: Physics, Chemistry N 5F or Maths C Feb Bachelor of Information Technology/ G 4F Assumed knowledge: English, plus Feb Bachelor of Multimedia N 4F either Maths A or B Feb English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Information N 4F Recommended: Biology, Chemistry Technology or Physics Feb

19 Program title Page no. Environment, Planning and Architecture QTAC code Prerequisites Major round cut-offs 2012 Bachelor of Arts (Environment) N 3F English (4SA) Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Civil Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Environmental Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced Studies) (Sustainable Energy Systems) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) G 4F Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Sustainable Energy Systems) Bachelor of Engineering Technology 65 Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) Bachelor of Environmental Design (Environmental Sustainibility) Bachelor of Environmental Health G 3F Bachelor of Environmental Management N 4F Bachelor of Marine Science G 3F Bachelor of Science G 3F Bachelor of Science N 3F Bachelor of Science (Advanced with Honours) Bachelor of Science (Ecology and Conservation Biology) Bachelor of Science (Environment) N 3F Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning Double Degrees OP Rank G 4F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Physics, Chemistry or Maths C Feb, July 4 94 English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 5 92 or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July 5 92 or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C English (4SA), Maths B (4SA) N 4F Recommended: Physics, Chemistry Feb, July or Maths C G 3F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb, July Recommended: Physics, Chemistry N 3F or Maths C Feb, July G 3F English (4SA). Recommended: Maths A or B Feb G 3F English (4SA). Recommended: Maths A or B Feb 9 83 English (4SA). Recommended: Chemistry, Maths B or Maths C Feb NEW IN 2013 English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Maths A or B (4SA) Recommended: Feb, July Biology, Chemistry or Physics English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry Feb, July or Physics English (4SA), Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Feb, July Physics (4SA) English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Feb, July Physics (4SA) G 4F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Recommended: At least one of N 4F Biology, Chemistry or Physics Feb G 3F English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Feb, July Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: N 3F Biology, Chemistry or Physics Feb, July English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Physics Feb, July G 4F English (4SA). Recommended: Maths Feb, July N 4F A or B Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Business G 5F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Recommended: Physics, Chemistry (Management) N 5F or Maths C Feb G 5F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science 74 Recommended: Physics, Chemistry N 5F or Maths C Feb English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Bachelor of Environmental Management/ N 5F Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: Feb NEW IN 2013 Bachelor of Business Biology, Chemistry or Physics English (4SA). Recommended: Maths Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Science N 5F B or C (4SA) plus Biology, Chemistry Feb 8 86 (Environment) or Physics Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science (Environment) G 5F N 5F English (4SA), Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: At least one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Maths A or B (4SA). Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Physics Feb, July Feb, July Griffith University Undergraduate Degrees Program Guide

20 Health Program title Page no. QTAC code Prerequisites Major round cut-offs G 3F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb 7 88 Bachelor of Biomedical Science 80 Recommended: Biology, Chemistry N 3F or Physics Feb, July G 3F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb 3 96 Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) 80 Recommended: Biology, Chemistry N 3F or Physics Feb NEW IN 2013 Bachelor of Child and Family Studies L 3F English (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Environmental Health G 3F English (4SA). Recommended: Chemistry, Maths B or Maths C Feb NEW IN 2013 Bachelor of Exercise Science G 3F English (4SA) plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Health Science G 3F English (4SA), plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Feb Bachelor of Human Services G 3F Feb NEW IN 2013 English (4SA) L 3F Feb English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science G 4F Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Physics Feb Bachelor of Medical Science (MBBS Provisional Entry for School Leavers) Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery Graduate Entry OP Rank G 2F English (4SA), Maths B (4SA). Feb 1 99 Recommended: one of Biology, N 2F Chemistry or Physics (4SA) Feb 1 99 Graduate entry G 4F Completed bachelors degree, interview and GAMSAT test Feb N/A N/A Bachelor of Midwifery L 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb G 3F/6P Feb Bachelor of Nursing L 3F/6P English (4SA) Feb N 3F/6P Feb Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics G 4F English (4SA). Assumed knowledge: Maths B, Biology or Chemistry (4SA) Feb 6 90 Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science G 3F English (4SA), plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Feb 1 99 Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Technology G 3F English (4SA), plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Feb 5 92 Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Technology See page 78 for details of the G 1F Post-registration prerequisites for this program. Feb N/A N/A English (4SA), Maths B or C (4SA), Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science G 3F plus one of Biology, Chemistry or Feb 9 83 Physics (4SA) Bachelor of Psychological Science G 3F Feb, July English (4SA) M 3F Feb, July Bachelor of Psychological Science Graduate Graduate G 1-2F Completed bachelors degree in a Feb N/A N/A 86 Entry Entry M 1-2F field other than psychology Feb N/A N/A Bachelor of Psychology G 4F Feb, July English (4SA) M 4F Feb, July Bachelor of Public Health (Nutrition and English (4SA). Recommended: G 3F Health Promotion) Chemistry, Maths B or Maths C Feb Bachelor of Social Work G 4F English (4SA) Feb L 4F Bachelor of Social Work (Advanced Standing) L 2F Completion of at least 2 years in an approved undergraduate degree. Feb N/A N/A Double Degrees Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Child and Family Studies/ Bachelor of Education Primary Bachelor of Exercise Science/Bachelor of Business (Sport Management) Bachelor of Exercise Science/Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Exercise Science/Graduate Diploma of Exercise Science G 4F Feb English (4SA) N/M 4F Feb L 4.5F English (4SA) Feb G 4F G 4F G 4F/8P English (4SA) plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) English (4SA), plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) English (4SA) plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Maths B (4SA) Feb Feb Feb NEW IN 2013 Field positions were used as part of the selection process in this minimum OP band. 18

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