1 Degrees at UNSW 2015 Never Stand Still
2 Arts and Social s Arts Asian Studies Chinese Studies Creative Writing Criminology Dance Studies Development Studies Economics English Environmental Humanities European Studies Film Studies French Studies Geography German Studies Hispanic Studies (Spanish) History Human Resource Management Indigenous Studies International Business International Relations Japanese Studies Korean Studies Linguistics Media Culture and Technology Music Studies Philosophy Politics Psychology Sociology and Anthropology Theatre and Performance Studies F / 6P None Students in the humanities and social sciences learn a wide range of skills that open up many career opportunities. No other course of study provides you with the same combination of broad intellectual growth, skills development in research and analysis, the ability to communicate effectively and the capacity to think critically about the global environment we live in. Arts and Business Asian Studies Chinese Studies Creative Writing Criminology Dance Studies Development Studies English Environmental Humanities European Studies Film Studies French Studies German Studies Hispanic Studies History Indigenous Studies International Relations Japanese Studies Korean Studies Linguistics Media, Culture and Technology Music Studies Philosophy Politics Sociology and Anthropology Theatre and Performance Studies F / 6P None This degree provides you with the tools to work in management, marketing and strategy roles in a range of industries and organisations your choice of major will help to shape your career options. Arts/Education Aboriginal (Indigenous) Studies Dance Drama (Theatre) Chinese Economics English English as a Second Language (ESL) French Geography German History Indonesian Japanese Korean Legal Studies Music Secondary Education Spanish (Hispanic Studies) Society and Culture F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Criminology & Criminal Justice Criminology Social and Policy F / 6P None Policy, research, analyst and advocacy roles in government, non-government, community and private organisations. Commerce/ Education Design (Hons)/ Education Economics/ Education Fine Arts/Education Economics Business Studies Secondary Education * F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent, Visual Arts Graphics and Multimedia Technology Secondary Teaching F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent +Visual Arts Economics Business Studies Secondary Education F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent, Visual Arts Graphics and Multimedia Technology Secondary Teaching F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent +Visual Arts Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. International Studies Asian Studies Development Studies European Studies Globalisation Studies International Business International Relations Language Studies * F / 7P None International business; government agencies; investment banks and other financial institutions; non government organisations and the United Nations; journalism and media; tourism and trade; economics and law. International Studies/Media (Communication & Journalism) International Studies/Media (PR & Advertising) International Studies/ Media (Screen & Sound Production) See International Studies and Media (Communication & Journalism) * F None See International Studies and Media (Communication & Journalism) * F None See International Studies and Media (Screen & Sound Production) NEW 5F None
3 Arts and Social s Media Arts (Hons)/Education Visual Arts Graphics and Multimedia Technology Secondary Teaching F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent +Visual Arts Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Media (Communication & Journalism) Media (PR & Advertising) Media (Screen & Sound Production) Media Communication Journalism F / 6P None Journalism; public relations and advertising; corporate; organisational and public sector communication. Media Advertising Public Relations F / 6P None Public relations; advertising; media relations and organisational communication in corporate, political and non-profit organisations. Media Screen and Sound Media Production F / 6P None Content producer in the evolving contemporary media industry. Alsom roles in the audio visual industry, such as television and film production, sound design, editing, film criticism and research. Music Creative Practice Music Studies Sonic Arts Music Pedagogy ATAR + Audition 4F None Performance, private teaching, recording, arts administration, music journalism, arranging and composing. Music/Arts See Music and Arts ATAR + Audition 5F None Music/Education Creative Practice Music Studies Sonic Arts Music Pedagogy Secondary Education ATAR + Audition 5F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent Secondary school music teaching, private teaching, performance, recording, arts administration, music journalism, arranging and composing. Music/ See Music and ATAR + Audition 5F See Music/ (Advanced) See Music and (Advanced) ATAR + Audition 6F See Advanced Music/Commerce See Music and Commerce ATAR + Audition 5F See Commerce Music/ See Music and ATAR + Audition 6.5F See /Education Biology Earth and Environmental s Secondary Education F Band 4 or higher English course or the equivalent, Recognised as an initial teaching qualification in both government and non-government Secondary Schools throughout Australia. This degree is also widely accepted as a teaching qualification internationally. Social Research & Policy Development Studies Economics Environmental Humanities Globalisation Studies Human Resource Management Indigenous Studies International Business International Relations Marketing Media, Culture and Technology Politics Social and Policy Sociology and Anthropology F / 6P None Graduates are highly successful in gaining diverse employment in the public, community and private sectors in areas such as community development, health, the environment, research and policy analysing, political advising, organisational management, marketing and market research, corporate affairs management and private consulting. Social Work (Hons) Social Work F None Social Workers in diverse areas, including: hospitals, government departments, welfare agencies, industry/corporate, community organisations, and as independent consultants. Social Work (Hons)/ Arts Social Work (Hons)/ Social Research and Policy Social Work (Hons)/ Criminology and Criminal Justice Social Work. Also see Arts F None Social Work. Also see Social Research & Policy F None Social Work Criminology Social and Policy F None
4 Australian School of Business Actuarial Studies Actuarial Studies and 2nd major option: Accounting Business Economics Business Strategy and Economics Management Financial Economics Statistics * F Meets Institute of Actuaries of Australia Part 1 requirements. Actuarial Analyst, Asset Management Trainee, Credit Analyst, Forecasting Analyst, Insurance Analyst, Risk Assessment Officer, Statistical Research Analyst, Superannuation Advisor, Wealth Management Analyst Actuarial Studies (Co-op) Actuarial Studies ATAR + Co-op Scholarship 4F Meets Institute of Actuaries of Australia Part I. Part II requirements are met if Honours year is undertaken in the Co-Op Program. As above. Actuarial Studies/ Commerce Actuarial Studies/ Economics Actuarial Studies/ (Advanced ) Actuarial Studies/ Actuarial Studies and see Commerce Degee * F Actuarial Studies and see Economics Degree * F Actuarial Studies Statistics * F Actuarial Studies and see Degree * F + See Actuarial Studies and Commerce Degrees. See Actuarial Studies and Economics Degrees. See Actuarial Studies and (Advanced ) Degrees. See Actuarial Studies and Degrees. Commerce Accounting Business Economics Business Law Business Strategy and Economic Management Finance Financial Economics Human Resource Management Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Real Estate Studies Taxation * F Private and public sectors in jobs such as Accountant, Economic Policy Advisor, Financial Analyst, Human Resources Officer, IS/IT Consultant, Management Consultant and Marketing Coordinator. Commerce (Co-op) Accounting Finance Information Systems Marketing ATAR + Co-op Scholarship 4F See Commerce Degree. Commerce (International) See Commerce and International Studies Degree * F Degree provides a solid foundation of business including international studies component and one year compulsory overseas exchange to prepare you for the challenges of working in global business. Degree attracts employers with regional and global operations, as well as government and non-government agencies operating internationally. See Commerce and International Studies Degrees. Commerce/Arts See Commerce and Arts Degrees * F See Commerce and Arts Degrees. Commerce/ Economics Commerce/ Information Systems Commerce/Aviation Management See Commerce and Economics Degrees * F See Commerce and Economics Degrees. See Commerce and Information Systems Degrees * F See Commerce and Information Systems Degrees. See Commerce and Aviation Management Degrees * F See Commerce and Aviation Management Degrees. Commerce/Fine Arts See Commerce and Fine Arts Degrees * F See Commerce and Fine Arts Degrees. Commerce/ See Commerce and Degrees * F + See Commerce and Degrees. Commerce/ (Advanced ) Commerce/ (Computer ) See Commerce and (Advanced Degrees) * F * F See Commerce and (Advanced ) Degrees. See Commerce and (Computer ) Degrees. Commerce/Media (PR & Advertising) See Commerce and Media (PR & Advertising) Degrees * F See Commerce and Media (PR & Advertising) Degrees.
5 Australian School of Business Economics Economics Econometrics Financial Economics and 2nd major option: Accounting Business Law Finance Human Resource Management Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Studies Psychology Real Estate Studies Statistics Taxation or any major offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social s F Major economic policy government departments, private sector employers and international organisations (such as the Reserve Bank, The World Bank Group and OECD). Economics and Financial Forecaster, Economics Researcher, Financial Analyst, Policy Advisor, Wealth Management Analyst, Management Consultant, Business Analyst, Quantitative Analyst, Statistical Analyst. Economics/Arts Economics Econometrics Financial Economics and see Arts Degrees F See Economics and Arts Degrees. Economics/ Economics Econometrics Financial Economics and see Degrees F + See Economics and Degrees. Economics/ (Advanced ) Economics Econometrics Financial Economics Statistics * F See Economics and (Advanced ) Degrees. Economics/ (Advanced ) Economics Econometrics Financial Economics and see (Advanced ) Degree F + Advanced See Economics and (Advanced ) Degrees. Information Systems Information Systems (Admissions Scheme available F Business Analyst, Business Intelligence Systems Developer, e-commerce Specialist, IS Development Specialist, IS/IT Architect, IS/IT Consultant, IT Infrastructure Developer, Network Analyst and Systems Analyst. Information Systems (Co-op) Information Systems ATAR + Co-op Scholarship 4F See Information Systems Degree. Built Environment Architectural Computing Design Studio Computer Aided Design (CAD) Building Modelling Rendering Animation Multimedia Information Technology in Design History and Theory F None Architectural Visualisation Artist, Building Information Model Manager, Animation Specialist, Gaming Environment Developer, Parametric Modeller and Designer, Web and Multimedia Designer. Architectural Studies Construction Management and Property Industrial Design Interior Architecture Landscape Architecture Planning Design Studio Communications History and Theory Technology Practice Computer Modelling Technical Drawing and Model Making Materials Structure and Construction Building Construction Property Development Facilities Management Quantity Surveying Construction Technology Building Materials and Structure Management Economics and Law Design Studio Computer Aided Design (CAD) 3D Digital Modelling Commerce and Marketing and Materials and Manufacturing Design Studio Communications Technology Practice History and Theory Computer Modelling Technical Drawing and Model Making Materials Design Studio Environmental Technology and Practice Ecological processes Communication Plants and design History and Theory Landscape Enginerring Principles Planning Theory and Methodology Sociology Political Economy Planning law Transport Planning Environmental Heritage Studies Urban Design Planning History * F None Consulting Architect in private practice, Specialist Architect e.g. heritage, multidisciplinary design practice, Government Architect s Office, large commercial practice architectural firm F None Property Developer, Property Consultant, Construction Manager, Project Manager, Quantity Surveyor, Facilities Manager, Builder F None Product designer within a multi-disciplinary design team (architectural and engineering consultancies), Product Designer within the manufacturing sector (consumer and public access products electrical, transport, scientific, medical, retail, furniture, telecommunications), Digital Multimedia Designer, Product Branding Marketer, Packaging Designer, Graphic Designer F None Private Consulting Interior Designer specialising in residential, retail or hospitality design, Corporate Interior Designer specialising in multi-storey residential, retail, hospitality, medical, hotel or exhibition design F None Design Consultant in private practice, Technical Officer or Designer in Local Government, Landscape Designer or Planner in State Government, Landscape Planning and Management Specialist F None Environmental Planner, Land Use Planner, Strategic Planner, Urban Planner, Social Planner, Development Assessment Planner.
6 College of Fine Arts Art Theory Art History Visual Culture Colonial/Postcolonial Studies Visual Studies Critical Theory Digital and Design Histories Museum Studies F None Art historian, art critic, curator, gallery or museum director, public program coordinator, managerial roles in the arts industry. Art Theory/Arts Arts F None The Art Theory Dual Degree Programs provide students with the flexibility to undertaken a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Art Theory/Law Law * F None The Art Theory Dual Degree Programs provide students with the flexibility to undertaken a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Art Theory/Social Research & Policy Design (Hons)/Media (PR & Advertising) Social Research and Policy F None The Art Theory Dual Degree Programs provide students with the flexibility to undertaken a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Media Advertising Public Relations Design Histories Museum Studies F None The Design Dual Degree Programs provide students with the flexibility to undertaken a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Fine Arts (Hons) Cross-Media Arts Painting Drawing Photography Printmaking Sculpture, Performance & Installation Textiles F Visual Arts Practicing artist such as photographer, painter, sculptor, media artist, printmaker, performance artist; customer relations and managerial roles in a variety of art industries and galleries. Fine Arts/Arts Arts F Visual Arts The Fine Arts Dual Degree Program provides students with the flexibility to undertake a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Fine Arts/Law Law * F Visual Arts + see Law Fine Arts/Commerce Commerce * F Visual Arts + see Commerce The Fine Arts Dual Degree Program provides students with the flexibility to undertake a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. The Fine Arts Dual Degree Program provides students with the flexibility to undertake a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Media Arts (Hons) Animation & Visual Effects Video Sound Image Cross-Media Arts F None Digital media practitioner, animator, media and/or sound artist, entertainment and internet-based media practitioner, film and television production and post production, multi-media developer, website developer, audio-visual technician. Media Arts (Hons)/ (Computer ) See Media Arts (Hons) and (Computer ) F The Media Arts Dual Degree Program provides students with the flexibility to peruse a range of careers or opportunities associated with their dual degree. Design (Hons) Graphics Media Object Design (furniture and lighting) Jewellery Design Textile Design Ceramics Design Spatial Design F Visual Arts Advertising and web design; graphics, media and digital design, jewellery and object design; object, furniture and lighting design; packaging, book and magazine illustration and design; fashion and textile design; costume, theatre and events design; design management; design education and teaching; design consultancies and private practice; design for exhibitions, galleries and museums. Please note: for degrees combining COFA majors with Education please see Arts and Social s degrees listing. Aerospace Aerodynamics Flight Mechanics Propulsion Space Craft Structures Systems F Design and manufacture of light aircraft, passenger aircraft, military jets or supersonic aircraft; in the airline industry in aircraft acquisitions, maintenance or configuration; or in the space industry providing infrastructure for civil and defence satellites.
7 Bioinformatics Computing Math Biology Bioinformatics (the integration of computing maths and biology) Elective options include Computing Maths and Biology, such as: Biochemistry Molecular Biology Statistics Machine Learning Algorithms Visualisation Computer Interfacing Networks and Database Visualisation F Within pharmaceutical or biotech companies developing new drugs, or agricultural and industrial companies researching advances in crops and livestock. Bioinformatics engineers also work in computing companies serving the biotech sector and in industries requiring data analysis, such as the finance industry. Chemical Chemical Energy Resources Fossil Fuels Materials Pharmaceuticals Process and Controls Sustainability Wine Making and Brewing F and/or Water treatment and recycling, environmental management, energy and petrochemical industries and research, from molecular level up to full heavy industry scale. Chemical Engineers may be involved in the manufacture and commercialisation of products such as nanomaterials, energy, food and clean water. Chemical engineers specialising in environmental management work in areas ranging from modifying process design and eliminating/minimising pollution to designing systems for environmental remediation. Civil Civil Construction and Management Geotechnical Structural Transport Water F Investigate, plan, design and manage projects that may involve both office and field work. You could work in Australia and around the world, including with small or large specialist consulting firms; construction companies; large public companies; government organisations which construct, manage and maintain public utilities; financial and management consultants; and many more. Civil / Environmental (Civil with Architecture) Civil/Mining See Civil and Environmental F Civil Architecture * F See Civil and Mining F Collaborate with architects, artists and other professionals in multidisciplinary built environment teams to produce integrated and sustainable designs. Also see Civil. Computer Embedded Systems Telecommunications Electronics System and Control Advanced Computing Elective Options include: Artificial Intelligence Computer Architecture Digital Systems Networking Graphics Operating Systems Databases Software F Development of hardware/software systems for communications, electronics or process control. They work in such diverse industries as telecommunications, power, defence or gaming machines. You could work in computer systems design, network construction and research, commercial systems, digital electronics or image processing. Computer (BSc) Artificial Intelligence Computer Games Computer Networks Databases systems E-commerce Human-computer Interactions Robotics Elective options include: Information Systems Japanese Philosophy Psychology and many more F Computer graduates work in software companies, commercial institutions, internet-related companies or IT units of most private sector and government organisations. The most common job classification is programmer or analyst/programmer, but some graduates prefer to work more closely with people in user support, or as a network administrator. Computer graduates also work in gaming and software development, robotics and artificial intelligence. Computer / Arts Computer / Media Arts (Hons) Computer / Computer / See Computer and Arts F See Computer and Media Arts F See Computer and F See Computer and F + see
8 Electrical Energy Systems Microsystems Photonics Systems and Control Signal Processing Wireless and Data Networks F Potential employers include service industries such as Telstra, Optus and electricity authorities; large private industrial groups, such as Ericsson, Alstom, BHP, Boeing Australia, Honeywell, Motorola, IBM and Alcatel; small innovative private firms specialising in the application of new technologies to new products and services, in a range of areas such as telecommunications and wireless electronics, internet services, biomedical instrumentation etc. BE ME In addition to study areas listed under Electrical, students can choose a minor from areas such as Music Language Commerce Psychology Mechatronics Photovoltaics Computing or * F Students completing the integrated Bachelor and Master degree graduate with more in-depth electrical engineering and technical knowledge relevant to the career areas listed under the electrical engineering degree. As a result the ability to choose a 2-year project, graduate s can accelerate their career path into senior engineering roles, and with a wide choice of minors, graduates will be equipped with skills in other branches of engineering, science, arts and management. /Arts See and Arts F /or / Biomedical (Concurrent Master Degree) / Commerce Biomedical F See and Commerce * F Work in hospitals, regulatory bodies, research institutions, tertiary education or the medical devices or biotechnology industry in Australia or overseas. Develop systems to maintain and enhance life; design and develop body parts or tissues, artificial organs and organ replacement devises, design, develop and refine medical imaging systems and medical monitors; manage technology in the healthcare system. / See and F, + Environmental Environmental Environmental Studies F HSC Work across the water, construction, energy and manufacturing industries as well as in all levels of government. You might find yourself working with a water company on water loss initiatives, consulting on major tender projects such as recycling or desalination plants working in wastewater treatment plants, planning sustainable infrastructure or environmental impact assessments, or with international aid groups in developing countries on water use. Flexible First Year Design and Computing Fundamentals s F See individual degrees (Flexible First Year is for students who want to be an engineer, but are unsure which discipline of engineering they would feel comfortable signing up for. In their second year they need to do an internal program transfer into their chosen degree program). Food and Technology (BSc) Food Microbiology Wine Making and Brewing Nutrition F and Processing and production; quality management; information technology and service; marketing; consumer education; nutrition or management within companies or state and federal governments. Product design and development with major Australian and international companies or in research in agriculture or aquaculture. Geoinformation Systems Computer Graphics Databases Geographic Information Systems GIS GPS Remote Sensing Satellite and Airborne Imaging Web-GIS F Great demand in areas from emergency services, urban planning and health, to management of natural resources and the environment as GIS is increasingly being integrated into business, government and personal decision-making. You could work for the United Nations, Google or invent your own high-selling app.
9 Industrial Industrial Pharmaceuticals F Extension,, Research, development, plant/company management or as a technical representative in a broad range of industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, polymers, chemicals, minerals and materials. Work to improve efficiency in fields such as petrochemicals and energy production. Manufacturing and Management Manufacturing Management F Work in companies involved in product design and development; manufacturing companies of all types; service providers such as banks or forwarding agencies; distribution companies; warehousing and logistics; consulting companies undertaking tasks such as the economic analysis of planning and implementation of strategies and technologies. Manufacturing management skills are also valued in service industries such as banking and transport. Mechanical Composite Structures Computer Aided Design (CAD) Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Fluid Dynamics Heat Transfer Materials Noise and Vibration Power Generation Thermodynamics F A variety of professions from the mining, civil and environmental sectors to the automotive industry (design and production). You could also work in building services; acoustics consultancies; structural design of cranes; design of railway vehicles and rail systems; design of consumer goods; manufacturing technology, including robotics and automation; management consultancies; power generation; refineries; or insurance industries. Mechatronic Computing Control Systems Electronics Mechanical Design Skills Microprocessors F Work in one of the many situations where automation is in demand such as manufacturing, the automotive industry, instrumentation systems and systems automation in mining, cargo-handling and agriculture; companies which design and manufacture consumer machines or specialised industrial machines; companies whose primary interests relate to mechanical, electrical or computer engineering; or as a consulting engineer dealing with complex project management across a range of engineering disciplines. Mining Mining F Mining offers one of the most diverse ranges of graduate career paths across a wide range of activities involving technology, people, equipment, financial resources, community and government, with opportunities in Australia and overseas. You could work in the field or the office at mine sites and in capital cities. Starting salaries remain high for Mining graduates. Naval Architecture Contracts and Tendering Hydrostatics Hydrodynamics Marine Resistance and Propulsion Ship Structures F Work in ship design, shipbuilding, ship repair, research and development (R&D), regulatory activities, ship classification or offshore engineering. You could work for naval architecture firms and consultants, government, defence, ship classification societies, ship management or ship-owner organisations. Designing highspeed ferries and high-performance yachts is also an option. Petroleum Conventional and Unconventional Energy Sources: Present and Future Needs and Availability Communication Economics Management Environment F Work in the production of oil and gas resources, unconventional gas resources, coal seam gas production, geothermal energy production or carbon dioxide sequestration. You could also work in financing, banking, legal and environmental areas supporting major resource and infrastructure developments. With significant investment in the area, there will be an acute shortage of Petroleum Engineers for years to come. Photovoltaics and Solar Energy Cell Interconnection and Encapsulation Manufacturing Photovoltaics Policy Development Quality Control Reliability and Life-Cycle Analysis Renewable Energy Technologies Solar Cell Applications Solar Energy Technology Development F Work with manufacturers of solar cells, research organisations, system design and integration companies, energy utilities and communication companies. Constantly new options arising. Renewable Energy Biomass Energy Efficiency and Appliances Geothermal Systems Hydro Turbines Photovoltaics Renewable Energy Solar Architecture Solar Thermal Systems Tidal and Wave Energy Wind Power F Work in any renewable energy engineering field such as manufacturing, quality control and reliability, computer aided design of devices and systems, research and education, system design and analysis, balance of system areas, fault diagnosis and modelling, consultancy, policy formation and planning or on programs in developing countries.
10 Software Software Software Development Software Process System Design Elective options include: Artificial Intelligence Computer Architecture Graphics Human-computer Interaction System Design and Implementation Computer Interfacing Networks Project Management F Surveying Surveying Spatial Information Systems F One of the fastest growing industries in the world. Apart from software development and computing, work opportunities include telecommunications, defence, security, finance and electronics. You could design advanced information systems for business, build technical systems for medical and transport industries or develop new network technologies in telecommunications. A global profession with excellent opportunities within the industries that underpin land markets, development and construction. You could work in land management, hydrographic or offshore surveying, engineering surveying or mining surveying within a variety of industries. Telecommunications Data Communications Systems Data Encoding Compression and Encryption Satellite and Optical Fibre Networks Voice Communication Systems F Work for telecommunications service providers such as iinet or Skype; major equipment and device manufacturers such as Cisco, Apple or Huawei; and a wide range of start-up companies such as AirHop Communications, Cloudscaling, Devicescape or UNSW s own Zedelef. Demand for Telecommunications Engineers is boosted by huge infrastructure projects like the National Broadband Network. Law Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD Law (Law Dual Degree) All of these degrees must be completed as part of a dual degree with Law Actuarial Studies Arts Arts and Business * 24* 24* 5F 5F 6F None for Law. For other area of study refer to relevant entry e.g.. Art Theory * 5F Commerce * 5F A Law Dual Degree Program provides students with the flexibility to pursue a range of legal careers or opportunities associated with their dual degrees. Computer * 5F Criminology and Criminal Justice * 5F Economics * 5F * 6.5F Fine Arts * 5F International Studies * 6F Media * 5F Planning * 7F * 5F and Business * 6F (Advanced) * 6F (Advanced ) * 6F Social Research and Policy * 5.5F Social Work (Honours) * 6.5F
11 Medicine Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD BMed MD Medical Studies/Doctor of Medicine ATAR + UMAT + Interview 6F English Standard - Band 4 or higher Medical practitioners in hospitals and private practices. Further study and experience enables graduates to specialise in a specific area of medicine, such as General Practice, Cardiology, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics etc. Arts/BMed MD See Medical Studies/Doctor of Medicine ATAR + UMAT + Interview 7.75F English Standard - Band 4 or higher Exercise Physiology Exercise Physiology F and Exercise Physiologists in private practice, hospitals, medical clinics or research in the area of exercise for the prevention and management of chronic disease (e.g. musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders, and cardiopulmonary and metabolic conditions). Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD Advanced Applied Pure Quantitative Risk* Statistics *This study plan is by invitation only * F Opportunities in banking, insurance and investment, environmental modelling, oceanography, meteorology, computing, information technology, government, education and research. Advanced /Arts Advanced / See Advanced and Arts * F See Advanced and * F Extension 1, + depending on type of Advanced Advanced Physical Oceanography Anatomy Biological Biotechnology Climate Dynamics Climate Systems Earth Ecology Genetics Geochemistry Human Geography Marine and Coastal Studies Materials, Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physical Geography Physiology Psychology Statistics Vision * F and plus one or more of Biology, Earth & Environmental, or (depending on chosen area of study) Employment with research institutes, start-up innovation companies, university or industry in Australia or overseas, technology management, analysis in business or finance, psychology, medical research and development, environmental protection or forensic science. Advanced / Arts See Advanced and Arts * F As above Advanced / Advanced / Social Research and Policy See Advanced and * F Extension 1,, + see Advanced See Advanced and Social Research and Policy * F See Advanced Aviation (Flying) Aviation (Flying) ATAR + Flight Testing + Medical 3F Pilots for regional or major commercial airlines, training centres, charter flights, or as aerial surveyors.
12 Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD Aviation (Management) Management F Managers in airlines, freight companies, defence forces or airports. Biotechnology Biotechnology F and Scientist or researcher with medical, biological or pharmaceutical research organisations. Environmental Management Biology Earth Ecology Environmental Geography Marine F and Environmental consultants or officers within industry or with local, state or federal government. Employers may include National Parks and Wildlife or Environmental Protection Authority. Environmental Management/Arts Materials and Materials and / Biomedical See Environmental Management and Arts F and Physical Metallurgy Process Metallurgy Materials Ceramic F See Materials and and Biomedical F Work in areas of research and development, quality, technical support, process improvement, team leadership and management, technical sales, marketing and more for companies producing engineered materials, metals, ceramics and plastics. Materials and /Chemical See Materials and and Chemical F and/or Unique and strong combination of professional engineering qualifications that will ready graduates for a technologically advanced and environmentally-sustainable future for both industry and society. Materials and / Commerce See Materials and and Commerce * F Medical Anatomy Biochemistry Genetics Microbiology and Immunology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physiology * F and Medical research, paramedical professions, health policy, medical laboratory science, pathology, and forensic science, pharmaceutical and related industries. Medicinal Medicinal F and Nanotechnology Nanotechnology F & Work in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Graduates equipped with skills in modern molecular biology and pharmacology, underpinned with a comprehensive background in chemistry with relevant synthetic skills necessary for synthesising complex drug candidates. Graduates will also find employment opportunities within the research, government, management, legal, and education sectors. Develop and commercialising products in the emerging nanotechnology industry. Opportunities in business, research, industry or enterprise. Optometry/ Optometry Vision ATAR + UMAT 5F,, and English Advanced Optometrist. May specialise in clinical practice, Paediactric Optometry, contact lenses, public health, sports vision, low vision rehabilitation or behavioural optometry. Psychological Criminology Human Resource Management Linguistics Management Marketing Neuroscience Philosophy Psychology Vision F Work in public, private, commercial and non-profit sectors including clinical and health settings. Psychology Psychology * F Work in a wide variety of different contexts, including clinical, legal, organisational, educational and research settings in both private and public sector. Psychologists are employed across several industries including health care and social assistance; public administration and safety; education and training; and administrative and support services.
13 Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD Anatomy Biology Biotechnology Earth Ecology Food Genetics Geography Marine Materials Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physical Oceanography Physical Physiology Psychology Statistics Vision F and plus one or more of Biology, Earth & Environmental, or (depending on chosen area of study) Variety of fields in science and technology-based industries and businesses in management, research and communication within industry, government and the private sector. Recent graduates work in business, industry, government and universities. They are employed in areas as diverse as pharmaceutical and medical research, occupational health and safety, environmental research and industry, manufacture of new products, forensic science, patent law, cognitive science, oceanography, food manufacture, science teaching, science journalism, meteorology, optics and applications of mathematics and statistics in the finance industry. /Arts See and Arts F As above /Social Research and Policy See and Social Research and Policy F As above (International) Anatomy Biology Biotechnology Earth Ecology Food Genetics Geography Marine Materials Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physical Oceanography Physical Physiology Psychology Statistics Vision F As above Flexible and a broad range of career options in Australia and overseas. Graduates are employed in a variety of science and technology based industries and businesses, in management, research and communication, within industry, government and the private sector. and Business Anatomy Biology Biotechnology Earth Ecology Food Genetics Geography Marine Materials Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physical Oceanography Physical Physiology Psychology Statistics Vision F As above Variety of fields in science and technology-based industries and business in management, research and communication within industry, government and the private sector. Graduates are skilled in the context of working in the scientific industry as well as having an understanding of the commercial environment in which they are employed. The Business component provides fundamental understanding of accounting, microeconomics, marketing and management. UNSW Canberra at ADFA Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD Arts Business English Geography History Indonesians International & Political Studies ATAR + Business Business ATAR + 3F English Flexible degree that provides students with the opportunity to acquire high-level understanding and advanced analytical skills in key arts discipline areas. 3F English Degree balances business courses with study from another area of Arts or. It is designed to enhance business skills among future leaders and managers within the ADF and improve their relationships with external business providers. (Aeronautical) Aeronautical ATAR + 4F English, and ( Desirable) Aeronautical is the study of the design, development, or operation of aeroplanes or spaceships. Employment opportunities exist within ADF, or with major aircraft manufacturers and airlines. (Civil) Civil ATAR + 4F English, and ( Desirable) Civil Engineers are involved in the design, construction, operation, and management of infrastructure and facilities, such as roads, bridges, airfields, ports, harbours, buildings and all types of structures. (Electrical) Electrical ATAR + 4F English, and ( Desirable) Electrical Engineers keep the world running smoothly by designing new and improved electrical systems. These include communication systems, electrical and electronic appliances, computers, radar and surveillance systems, medical equipment and power systems.
14 UNSW Canberra at ADFA Degree Name Duel Degree Options 2014 Cut-off A Levels IB QLD (Mechanical) Mechanical ATAR + 4F English, and ( Desirable) Mechanical Engineers find employment in design, construction or operation areas of manufacturing processes, industrial machinery, logistics, ships, yachts and submarines within ADF or industry. Information Technology Information Technology ATAR + 3F English and Degree will give you an intellectual advantage for all careers in the ADF given the planned introduction of new capability and the increased influence of the information environment on military operations. Aviation Computer Geography Information Systems Oceanography Operations Research ATAR + 3F English Graduates will have acquired scientific knowledge in a range of specialist areas and developed intellectual and practical problemsolving skills which can be applied in many areas in the ADF and in other careers. Technology (Aeronautical) Technology (Aeronautical) ATAR + 3F English, and ( Desirable) Degree is primarily designed for RAAF officer cadets who intend to become aircrew and wish to enhance their understanding of the operation and performance of aircraft. Technology (Aviation) Technology (Aviation) ATAR + 3F English, and ( Desirable) Degree covers technical and operational aspects of aircraft safety and management. A key element of this program is the focus on the human factors in the aviation discipline. There is also an emphasis on the functions of pilots, air combat officers and aircraft controllers and their role in aviation. A Levels scores are based on an applicant presenting 3 Advanced Levels (A2) where results A*=6, A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1. Scores are based on A2 subjects taken in the same academic year and at most one A2 subject from the previous year. If you are eligible for EAS and/or Elite Athlete and Performer bonuses you may be admitted with a lower score. For entry to UNSW s more competitive programs you are required to present 4 A Levels. These are identified with an *. IB If you are eligible for HSC Plus and/or Elite Athlete and Performer and/or AAA and/or EAS bonuses you may be admitted with a lower score. You must be awarded the IB Diploma to be considered for admission. If you are eligible for HSC Plus and/or Elite Athlete and Performer and/or EAS bonuses you may be admitted with a lower score.
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