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Bachelor of Psychology

Charles Sturt University
Campus o online Part time 4 - 8 anni January 2017 Australia Wagga Wagga

While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. [+]

Lauree part time negli Sydney in Australia. Explore human behaviour while gaining an understanding of people’s wellbeing with CSU’s Bachelor of Psychology. This is a popular field of study helping you to gain insights into human nature relevant to every career and every workplace. As health professionals, psychologists use the discipline’s knowledge to help resolve people’s social and behavioural problems and enhance their welfare. As scientists, psychologists undertake research into aspects of human behaviour and mental processes. The Bachelor of Psychology is delivered by a cohort of industry leaders with valuable professional relationships and networks. While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. Why study this course? Reasons to study our Bachelor of Psychology: work with industry leaders in highly interactive and personalised classroom environments benefit from CSU’s small classes and personalised learning, supported by dedicated lecturers who are leaders in the field graduates meet the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist choose the study mode that suits you: study online or on campus at Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga you may be eligible to receive credit for prior study and graduate sooner apply to complete part of your course overseas. CSU provides you with a comprehensive degree in psychology that will form the foundation for your future career. You will acquire knowledge across a range of key areas, including: cognition developmental and social psychology psychological testing biopsychology psychopathology personality learning theory research methodology. You will also study units in sociology and complete a minor study chosen from disciplines including: biology English history and politics human resource management Indigenous studies information technology justice studies management marketing mathematics and statistics philosophy social welfare sociology. A broad choice of electives is available, including units on substance abuse, stress and trauma, and the psychology of crime and the legal system. It is important that you choose minors and subjects in consultation with the Course Director to ensure course requirements are met. You may also have the opportunity to apply to complete a supervised experience at an international university. Meritorious students will be eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), and all students must satisfy academic criteria by the end of third year (or equivalent) in order to progress into the fourth year (or equivalent) of this course. Students who do not satisfy the criteria for progression to fourth year will graduate with a three-year psychology degree, the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). The Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may also be used as a pathway to the Bachelor of Psychology for students who do not meet the initial entry requirements, as the ATAR (or equivalent) for entry into the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) is lower. Career opportunities A psychology degree opens many doors. Completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. You could be a fully registered psychologist with a further two years of training and experience (see above). You could also explore related careers where psychological knowledge is highly prized, in areas such as: counselling social policy and research human resources market research social welfare health educational and correctional facilities. National statistics indicate earnings for psychologists are above average and employment opportunities for psychologists are expected to grow very strongly. Professional recognition The accrediting body for all psychology courses is the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). The peak professional body is the Australian Psychological Society (APS). The course is accredited with APAC as a four-year sequence of study. Successful completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. General registration requires a further two years of training and experience, comprising one of: two years of supervised work experience; completion of two years of study in an APAC-accredited postgraduate program; or one year of further university study, followed by one year of supervised work experience. Admission information Indicative ATAR 80.00 Applicants should note a high level of previous academic achievement is required for admission to this course. Applicants who are not basing their application for admission to this course on their ATAR (or equivalent), should note that a high level of previous academic achievement can be used as a basis for application (e.g., a GPA of 5.5 which is between Credit and Distinction grades across 8 university level subjects). Applicants who do not meet the entry requirement for the Bachelor of Psychology may be eligible for entry into CSU’s Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). Students who perform well in the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may apply to transfer into the Bachelor Psychology in the 3rd year (equivalent full-time) of study. [-]

Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)

Charles Sturt University
Campus o online Part time 3 - 6 anni January 2017 Australia Wagga Wagga

The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) prepares you to work as an independent artist and designer or industry-employed practitioner. [+]

Tailor your degree with CSU’s Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design). Developed and delivered in response to the demands of industry and the aspirations of highly motivated students, this degree prepares you to work as a graphic designer in advertising, publishing and other creative industries. It focuses on building creative, theoretical and technical skills with a focus on aesthetic and professional understanding. Diversity underpins the structure of the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design), with a cross-section of specific subjects covering all aspects of design, advertising and new media – including web and video applications. Available for full-time, part-time or online study, CSU’s course is delivered with flexibility in mind, allowing you to study while at the same time meeting your work and lifestyle commitments. Why study this course? The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) aims to develop graduates who combine discipline-specific knowledge and skills with an understanding of the cultural, conceptual and technological perspectives that are transforming the creative industries. They will have the attributes required for reflective professional practice and a commitment to ongoing professional learning and development. The teaching principle we adopt is simple: actively promote all our students to think first, and worry about the technology second. Students complete a suite of core subjects which provide foundational and contextual knowledge and skills. One-third of the degree is made up of specialist graphic design subjects. A minor or elective sequence adds breadth, enabling you to select subjects from another discipline area. Minor studies can be chosen from areas such as: acting advertising art history animation and visual effects design for theatre and television image making and illustration sound or television production. You will receive hands-on experience through extensive workplace learning in second and third years. In your third year, you will be required to work collaboratively with small clients and/or non-profit organisations, researching, designing and developing a variety of promotional strategies and awareness campaigns for your client. The program finishes with a professional capstone subject which prepares students to embark on a career in their chosen area. Our graduates have a well-developed aesthetic sense, strong visual problem-solving skills and the communication and technical skills needed to produce innovative and exciting work for a range of applications. Latest facilities The graphic design facilities at CSU in Wagga Wagga include a modern purpose-built design studio with its own Mac lab and printing equipment. The School of Communication and Creative Industries also has well-equipped photography, television and design studios that Graphic Design students may access. Experience our campus If you would like to see more of the great facilities and meet some of the academic staff in Communication and Creative Industries at CSU, you can book a course consultation. Career opportunities The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) prepares you to work as an independent artist and designer or industry-employed practitioner. The merging of disciplines as diverse as design, animation, digital publishing, illustration, multimedia, packaging, web design and advertising has ensured that graduates will have many career opportunities and options, including: design studios advertising agencies digital publishing and interactive design magazine and print production freelance work. Professional recognition The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) is a nationally accredited and registered award in tertiary education. Graduates are eligible to apply for Associate Status with the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) and the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA). Workplace learning On campus students receive hands-on experience through an extensive workplace learning in second and third year. In third year students are also required to work collaboratively with small clients and/or non-profit organisations researching, designing and developing a variety of promotional strategies and awareness campaigns for their client. Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 There are no specific admission requirements for this course. [-]

Bachelor of Communication (Advertising)

Charles Sturt University
Campus Part time 3 - 6 anni January 2017 Australia Port Macquarie

CSU’s Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) prepares you for the world of advertising. The course has a global communication perspective, where national borders are often irrelevant and audiences are fluid and changeable. [+]

Lauree part time negli Sydney in Australia. Are you ready for the dynamic and constantly changing world of advertising? Are you a creative problem solver who loves fast-paced teamwork and excels at communication? CSU’s Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) prepares you for the world of advertising. The course has a global communication perspective, where national borders are often irrelevant and audiences are fluid and changeable. This course equips you with solid skills for strategic planning, research and client management, in addition to the creative, media and channel communication skills required to be an effective and sought-after graduate. Learn in authentic, intimate spaces with a real agency organisational culture and structure, not just a room full of computers and equipment with simulated activities. Importantly, at CSU you will gain extensive hands-on experience working in our on-campus student advertising agency, Kajulu Communications. Here, you will work on projects for real, paying clients. The experience offered through Kajulu Communications is enhanced by industry placements in Australia and overseas. As a result, CSU’s advertising graduates are often the first choice of advertising and media agency employers. Why study this course? There are many reasons to choose CSU’s Bachelor of Communication (Advertising): You will gain extensive practical experience working with real clients in Kajulu Communications, CSU’s award-winning student advertising agency. Kajulu teams have won 11 of the past 14 International Advertising Association’s Big Idea titles since the inception of the competition in 2003, with Kajulu Red taking the title in 2016. CSU boasts a proud industry reputation and a history of high achievers in this arena. Graduates are highly sought after and known for their extensive practical experience and high-level strategic thinking skills. You will have access to the latest in both theoretical and practical learning, led by a highly experienced and award-winning team. The course is one of only a few Australian degrees with accreditation from the International Advertising Association, an accreditation respected by the industry. Standard internships in agencies are offered for four weeks; however, longer internships in international environments may also be offered. Workplace learning In the final year of the course, you will spend almost all your time in Kajulu Communications, CSU’s on-campus student advertising agency, where you will develop integrated communication programs for real clients. Past Kajulu paying clients include the United Nations, Compaq, Yahoo!, Telstra, Electrolux, the Commonwealth Bank, Foxtel, Pfizer and not-for-profit organisations such as the National Heart Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Foodbank and Assistance Dogs Australia. Since its inception, Kajulu has been the most awarded International Advertising Association accredited advertising program in the world. Students from Kajulu have won 11 of the past 14 in the IAA’s Big Idea advertising competition. Final-year students also complete internships for a minimum of four weeks. Professionals teaching you The course is taught by professionals with a comprehensive range of industry experience, including David Maxwell and Anne Llewellynn. They offer expertise in multiplatform communication and the variety of digital media options available to advertisers today. Top facilities Gain access to the latest equipment, technology and techniques on campus, including: CSU’s student marketing communication/advertising agency the community radio station, which supplies student-produced news bulletins to 90 radio stations around Australia daily a multi-function television studio multimedia production facilities fully equipped computer labs Experience our campus If you would like to see more of the great facilities and meet some of the academic staff in Communication and Creative Industries at CSU, you can book a course consultation. To organise your consultation, visit our booking page. You can also book a general tour of the campus where you would be studying. Career opportunities If you are a creative problem solver with a good head for business, you will have access to a broad range of career opportunities in the expanding marketing and communication industry, including: advertising agencies (creative, media, digital and interactive) online publishers social media departments television and radio stations newspaper and magazine publishers advertising departments in corporations or organisations direct response, sales promotion or other consultancies marketing companies marketing divisions and departments within companies. To give yourself the best chance to gain entry to this course, focus on your HSC English score. Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 This is a projected cut-off as the additional selection criteria has been removed from this course. Admission to the BCommunication (with specialisation) is based on: 1. Previous studies Previous studies include: the NSW Higher School Certificate or interstate /overseas equivalent; the International Baccalaureate Diploma; a completed or part completed course of a university, college of advanced education or other accredited tertiary institution; a completed or part completed course of a TAFE college or other accredited post-secondary institution (including TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certificate); an approved Foundation Studies program certificate; completion of undergraduate subjects as an Associate Student with the University or through another University, or Open Universities Australia. NSW and interstate school leavers are normally selected on the basis of their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) or interstate equivalent. Candidates may also be admitted on the basis of a strong performance in subjects relevant to course preferences. 2. English proficiency Applicants will be deemed to have sufficient English proficiency if they have undertaken an academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with an average score of 6.5, and with scores of 6 or higher in each of the individual skill areas within the last 12 months; or undertaken a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 577 (or computerised TOEFL score of 233), with a Test for Written English Score (where reported) of at least 5.0 or an Internet-based score of 90 with a written score of 24 within the last 12 months; or undertaken other equivalent examinations, as determined by the Examinations Committee; or completed a university degree where the language of assessment is in English; 3. Attainment and experience These may include: voluntary or paid work experience; performance in tests and examinations conducted by professional recognised bodies; participation in continuing education programs and/or staff development programs conducted by adult education agencies, consultancies, professional bodies or employers; completion of the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). 4. Schools Recommendation Scheme 5. Special admission requirements Some Specialisations will have special admission requirements, as follows: Bachelor of Communication (Theatre Media). Applicants attend an audition/interview to assist in the assessment of their application. Bachelor of Communication and Bachelor of Communication (Media Practice) Non-school leavers and those completing courses in relevant areas at other universities and tertiary institutes are eligible for admission to the course. The principle criteria used to assess applications are: capacity to pursue tertiary studies motivation to pursue tertiary studies in professional communication demonstrated potential for writing, media production, and research relevant professional and industry experience [-]

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Charles Sturt University
Campus o online 3 anni January 2017 Australia Port Macquarie

CSU’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice equips you with the skills and knowledge to progress to the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) and to be further considered for entry into the NSW Police Force, subject to professional suitability. [+]

Criminal justice is at the forefront of how a society is shaped and functions. Described as the ways in which social control, deterring and mitigating crime and rehabilitation are developed and delivered in a society, criminal justice offers a range of diverse and exciting careers. CSU’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice equips you with the skills and knowledge to progress to the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) and to be further considered for entry into the NSW Police Force, subject to professional suitability. It prepares you to work in diverse criminal justice fields, such as corrections, probation and parole, or work with refugees, criminal offenders, victims and their families. Alternatively, during your work placement experience, you may discover other careers in law enforcement and social justice. There is also the possibility of entering an academic career after the Bachelor of Criminal Justice, embarking upon law studies or undertaking a higher degree by research. Why study this course? Reasons to study Criminal Justice at CSU: this is a multidisciplinary degree: students study a range of subjects, including justice studies, criminology, sociology, psychology, philosophy, communication and Indigenous studies. This means you can explore different career paths and stitch subjects together that suit your career plans or current workplace the course is offered online and on campus at Bathurst and Port Macquarie, allowing you to study as flexibly as you need to for those interested in a career in policing, the course offers a recognised pathway to apply for the NSW Police Force via the ADPP, subject to professional suitability and the availability of positions, which are determined based on the operational needs of the NSW Police Force prepare yourself for other social justice challenges, including refugee incarceration, and community justice and crime prevention programs in Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. How will I enter NSW Police? At the end of the first year of study, students can, if they choose, begin the process of applying to NSW Police. This includes completion of the University Certificate in Workforce Essentials and further information can be found at the NSW Police Recruitment site. If selected, you may enter the Goulburn Police Academy. With credit available for study at the Goulburn Police Academy, students may secure both the ADPP qualification and the Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree within three years. Although the course offers a recognised pathway for students to apply to the NSW Police Force via the ADPP subject to professional suitability, there is no guarantee a graduate will be offered a place or employment with the NSW Police Force. What will I learn? CSU’s graduates possess a strong theoretical background and highly developed critical and analytical skills in diverse disciplines. Graduates understand the importance of reflexivity and the application of ethics to enable them to practise good citizenship and apply this to professional practice. Students will graduate with Indigenous cultural competence. Career opportunities Career opportunities are found in areas such as: policing criminal and social justice research and policy corrections, probation and parole associated work with offenders and families community and welfare organisations juvenile justice other criminal justice and social justice occupations. Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 Standard UAC admission criteria apply for this degree. HSC subjects are not assumed knowledge. There are no professional or other employment requirements. Prospective students from regional areas may be guaranteed an offer for fulltime internal study prior to the release of their ATAR by participating in the Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS). The region served by CSU for the application of the SRS scheme is defined as the northern half of Victoria, the ACT and most of regional NSW, apart from the Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong areas. [-]

Bachelor of Social Work

Charles Sturt University
Campus o online Part time 4 - 8 anni January 2017 Australia Wagga Wagga

CSU's Bachelor of Social Work equips you with the knowledge and skill set to make a valuable contribution in social welfare and social work agencies, whether in rural areas, metropolitan settings or overseas. [+]

Lauree part time negli Sydney in Australia. If you are passionately committed to the pursuit of social justice and human rights, consider CSU’s Bachelor of Social Work as the foundation of your career. CSU's Bachelor of Social Work equips you with the knowledge and skill set to make a valuable contribution in social welfare and social work agencies, whether in rural areas, metropolitan settings or overseas. In your bid to improve quality of life for individuals and communities, you may also work in a policy area, research or lobbying, breaking down inequities and helping shape our society into the future. At CSU, there are several pathways to gaining a social work degree. The pathway you take depends on where and how you want to study, as well as your educational background. Why study this course? Launch a lifelong career in an internationally recognised profession - CSU’s Bachelor of Social Work has full accreditation with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), meaning your qualification will be recognised throughout Australia. Graduates are also eligible for membership of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) Our reputation - CSU is a leading provider of social work education in Australia. While CSU social work graduates can travel the world and work anywhere, they are often found at the heart of social welfare agencies and communities in rural and regional areas Gain authentic experience - you will develop strong practical skills and hands-on learning through 1,000 hours of placement, offering you unique opportunities to observe, question and model social work behaviour Broaden your horizons overseas - embark on a two-week social work tour or undertake a longer exchange program in a country such as India, South Korea, Samoa or Indonesia Leading educators in social work - whether you’re attending a campus or studying online, you can be assured of quality learning support and personal contact from dedicated staff with extensive industry experience. What will I study? You will learn about people, communities, groups, social structures, how to think and communicate, and how to respond to need and opportunity. This course includes areas such as child protection, cross-cultural and Indigenous studies, ethics, human rights, law, mental health, psychology, social policy, sociology and in-depth study of the methods and theories of social work. The Bachelor of Social Work is offered on campus at Wagga Wagga, Dubbo and Port Macquarie, or you can take up online study to complement your work and lifestyle commitments. At CSU, there are several pathways to gaining a social work degree. The course can be completed on campus as part of an integrated program with TAFE NSW Western Institute at Dubbo in the central west of New South Wales and TAFE NSW North Coast Institute at Port Macquarie. It is also offered as a TAFE articulated program with TAFE NSW North Coast Institute for students who have completed the TAFE Diploma of Community Services Work. Career opportunities Career prospects for social workers are excellent, and employment opportunities abound throughout Australia and overseas. As a CSU social work graduate, you will be in high demand and could find employment in areas such as: individual and group social counselling case management social administration and policy formation social action and program planning family work and rehabilitation health, community services and corrections disability advocacy legal aid research. There are a wide range of employers, from welfare agencies and hospitals to local councils and government departments. You could work with individuals or assist a particular community group, such as children, older people, Indigenous people, migrants or refugees, or those affected by domestic violence, drug abuse or mental illness. A growing number of social work graduates offer clinical services, education and consultation on a fee-for-service basis. You could also advance your career through postgraduate study or a higher degree by research. Professional recognition This course is approved and accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). Graduates will be eligible for full accreditation and membership with AASW. Graduates are also eligible for membership of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW). Please note: an IELTS of 7.0 is required by AASW to obtain employment as a social worker in Australia for those coming from overseas and is recommended for international students undertaking accredited degrees. Workplace learning Field education is a core element and a major part of the student's development of a professional identity. It provides an opportunity for students to observe, question and model social work behaviour. Each practicum is integrated with a subject covering social work theory and practice. In order to meet the requirements of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), students must complete 1,000 hours of supervised field education. This is undertaken in two practicums in approved agencies. Every attempt is made to accommodate students in placements close to their place of residence and to tailor the practicum to suit the schedules of individual students, but such placements cannot be guaranteed. Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component: SWK424 Social Work Field Education 2A HCS303 Social Work Field Education 1 HCS402 Social Work Field Education 2 Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 Admission to the program will be through one of the following pathways: The UAC ATAR 70.00 (65.00 if eligible for regional bonus) and VTAC systems or the University Admissions Office. Some students may be admitted through the Koori Admission program or other Indigenous University preparation programs. For those students entering from secondary school it is assumed that any one 2 unit subject in English has been successfully completed in the Higher School Certificate. Successful completion of one of the following two-year Diploma course (or similar): Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and Other Drugs) Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and Other Drugs and Mental Health) Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) Diploma of Community Services (Financial Counselling) Diploma of Community Services (Mental Health) Diploma of Community Services Work Diploma of Community Development Diploma of Counselling Diploma of Disability Diploma of Youth Work Note: Some Diploma courses are not 2 years full-time equivalent – please check with the Course Director as to acceptability. Advanced/graduate entry Students must have a three-year Social Science related degree or its equivalent or have successfully completed two-thirds of a recognised Social Science related degree including the successful completion of at least one session length subject in each of the following areas: Developmental psychology (or equivalent) Sociology Australian Government and politics and/or welfare politics, social policy and social philosophy, or Australian economic and social history Research methods The successful completion of 12 other relevant session-length subjects. Subjects that are not satisfied in these prerequisites will need to be completed prior to entering the course. OR With approval of the Course Director, some subjects that are not satisfied in these prerequisites may be completed within the degree with a commensurate reduction of credit granted on entry. Integrated Students must be concurrently enrolled with an affiliated institution in a course that will lead to completion of a Diploma of Community Services. Articulated Students must have completed a Diploma of Community Services Work and be enrolled with an affiliated institution. Please note: an IELTS of 7.0 is required by AASW to obtain employment as a social worker in Australia for those coming from overseas and is recommended for international students undertaking accredited degrees. [-]

Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation)

Charles Sturt University
Campus o online Part time 3 - 6 anni January 2017 Australia Bathurst

Dreaming of building the next top-selling smartphone app or developing a software package that will make a difference to workplaces or households? Computer Science at CSU is for you. [+]

Dreaming of building the next top-selling smartphone app or developing a software package that will make a difference to workplaces or households? Computer Science at CSU is for you. In 2016 University Reviews rankings, CSU was rated second in Australia for computer science – and with excellent cause. We deliver a degree that promotes technical mastery while equipping you with practical skills and attributes to catch every employer’s eye. From the foundations of Computer Science and programming, you will quickly move through subjects reflecting the most up-to-date global technology towards advanced studies in quality software production, operating systems design and artificial intelligence. You can then indulge your passion with a Games Programming specialisation, or choose up-to-the-minute Computer Science stream subjects such as cloud computing and mobile app development. Better yet, our course is designed and delivered with flexibility in mind. Choose between full-time, part-time and online study options to match your work and lifestyle commitments. You can: study at a CSU campus, a CSU Study Centre or online from almost anywhere in the world speed up or slow down your study pace to meet your changing professional and personal needs cut the overall length and cost of your course by obtaining recognition of prior study—in some cases, waiving up to 50 per cent of the degree. Why study this course? CSU’s dynamic course equips you to become an expert programmer, providing you with the skills to take a software application from concept to reality. Its emphasis is on object-oriented programming, games programming and the development of apps for mobile and other devices. Our dedicated teaching staff have strong research backgrounds and collaborate closely with industry. If studying on campus, you will have opportunities to visit industry sites and work on two projects based on real-life industry situations. If you follow the Games Programming specialisation, your subjects will focus on the latest in games design, programming apps for Android, programming games engines such as Unity, and computer graphics. Students who choose the Computer Science stream can choose from subjects reflecting the latest developments in cloud computing, mobile application development, computer security, database and more. The course holds full professional accreditation with the Australian Computer Society (ACS). Career opportunities As a Computer Science graduate, you could forge a career path in artificial intelligence, computer graphics or software development. Careers could include developing, testing, market research and promotion of software products. This field offers diverse opportunities, where you can work independently or start a small business, join a large corporation or seek employment in a wide range of industries. Roles include: computer or information technology analyst programmer software engineer systems engineer game developer mobile application developer. On completing the Games Programming specialisation, you could develop software for a range of platforms, including mobile devices. While you could use your knowledge of different programming languages to create games, your skills could also be used to develop software programs for professional settings as well as entertainment. As a developer, you may consult stakeholders and evaluate their needs, and you will test, debug, diagnose and correct errors in programming throughout the games development process. You could also be involved in writing and editing user guides and manuals. This career path offers you opportunities to work all over the world in companies of all sizes and have the latest technology at your fingertips. Roles include: applications developer games programmer software engineer. High-achieving graduates may also choose to join a Computer Science Honours program. Credit and pathways Applicants who have successfully completed a relevant Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma at TAFE may be eligible for credit of up to four subjects (Certificate IV), up to eight subjects (Diploma) or up to 12 subjects (Advanced Diploma) into this course. Credit for prior learning or study at other higher education institutions will be assessed as part of the application process and will be granted to eligible applicants. Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 Admission criteria for Internal students For admission to the Bachelor of Computer Science applicants must have one of the following: a NSW HSC ATAR equal to or greater than the minimum approved by the Academic Senate, or equivalent; or a NSW HSC (or equivalent) with strong performances in subjects in the Software Development, English and/or Mathematics areas; or a report from the School Principal, equivalent to that used in the PREP (Principals’ Report Entry Program), recommending the applicant as well-suited for university study; or 2 years relevant professional IT work experience (i.e. in areas such as programmer, analyst, systems administration, help desk, network support but NOT clerical roles such as data entry or secretarial); a completed AQF Certificate IV in Information Technology (including any specialisation of Information Technology) or a completed AQF Certificate IV in an area related to Information Technology. [-]

Bachelor Di Sviluppo Giochi

SAE Institute Australia
Campus 2 anni June 2017 Australia Brisbane

Intraprendere il Bachelor of Games Development di SAE e costruire la tua esperienza in programmazione o giochi di design. [+]

Lauree part time negli Sydney in Australia. Intraprendere la bachelor di sviluppo giochi a SAE e costruire la tua esperienza in programmazione o giochi di design. Applicare le competenze e le conoscenze in questo settore stimolante in settori come la progettazione di livello, lo sviluppo del gioco sociale e mobile, la programmazione motore di gioco, programmazione gameplay, game design, la gestione dei progetti, seri giochi e molto altro ancora. Durante il vostro tempo a SAE si lavorerà con un software standard di settore, come Unreal Engine 4, Unity3D, Autodesk 3D Studio Max e Maya. Come uno studente in Giochi sviluppo sarà anche lavorare con tecnologie come Oculus Rift, Android, iOS e l'uso del settore linguaggi di programmazione standard come C ++, Javascript e C #. Si impegnano unità specializzate progettate per gli studenti di partecipare a progetti reali sotto la guida di personale esperto SAE. Con questo stile di insegnamento unico, potrete dimostrare la vostra abilità e le conoscenze tecniche in un ambiente di apprendimento collaborativo e creativo studio basato. I vostri studi: Ogni corso di laurea è suddiviso in fasi distinte, ognuna progettata per promuovere competenze diverse. Fase I - fondazionali Skills Development Nella Fase I, si realizzerà un numero di unità fondamentali che vi darà l'essenziale competenze tecniche e conoscenze non solo rilevanti per l'area disciplinare, ma anche dare le competenze necessarie per collaborare con altri studenti di media creativi e professionisti in fasi successive di il programma. Gameplay Scripting e Gameplay programmazione Level Design e Sviluppo Principi di Game Design Project Management e Professional Etiquette Il pensiero critico e creativo Panoramica industria Contemporary Fase II - Progetti interdisciplinari, Media e Studi Culturali Nella Fase II si dovrà lavorare in gruppi di progetto simulati in cui si stanno adoperando da fornire su larga scala ogni trimestre. All'interno della fase II non avremo solo ottenere di applicare la vostra fase I competenze in un contesto più profondo, ma consentono di lavorare all'interno del contemporaneo supporto forza lavoro creativa. Nella Fase II vi mostriamo come il vostro lavoro contribuisce a e interagisce con la più ampia cultura e la pratica dei media. Questa conoscenza vi permetterà di lavorare con una varietà di altre discipline ed artisti ed espandere il vostro potenziale sulla scena mondiale. Potrete completare una serie di progetti reali con gli studenti, non solo nella propria disciplina, ma in tutte le altre discipline SAE. Nella Fase II, vi sarà data l'opportunità di lavorare come specialisti di progetti nei seguenti settori. I tipi di progetti e ruoli di progetto si sceglie di intraprendere determinerà quale area di specializzazione si cade dentro. Fase II ha due moduli in studio con i progetti sulla base dei seguenti settori; 1. Giochi di programmazione Il SAE Games laurea programmazione è un programma altamente focalizzato che scava in profondità nel game-play e la programmazione del motore di gioco. Potrete costruire le vostre abilità in pacchetti software esistenti e framework come Unreal Engine e Unity, l'utilizzo di questi per costruire il tuo qualifiche tecniche e sviluppare il proprio gioco strumenti, librerie e motori. Potrete migliorare la vostra conoscenza di C ++ e di programmazione orientata agli oggetti per costruire giochi e strumenti complessi. Durante tutto il programma, si dovrà lavorare con gli studenti di tutte le altre discipline per costruire un portafoglio ricco e di alta qualità del lavoro. 2. Games Disegno Nella progettazione di specializzazione gioco si lavorerà su una serie di progetti con i vostri coetanei e SAE Facilitatori che costruire le vostre competenze e conoscenze nell'ambito di applicazione diversificata di Game Design. Durante il programma sarà in grado di perseguire tutte le sfaccettature di Game Design, come level design, progettazione di sistemi, progettazione economia, combattere e design AI, il bilanciamento, la psicologia del giocatore e molto altro ancora. Meglio di tutti, vi daremo gli strumenti necessari per essere in grado di articolare idee progettuali in giochi di funzionamento. Potrai anche esplorare le complesse idee artistiche che portano a originali, giochi personali che sono artisticamente significativo. Lavorare insieme ad altri studenti come la pensano e personale di tutte le discipline SAE di costruire un portafoglio enorme di progetti. Fase III Fase III è la parte finale dei vostri studi. Qui potrete intraprendere un progetto interdisciplinare di tua scelta per essere il progetto finale e più ambizioso portafoglio che si impegnano. Potrai anche finalizzare i vostri studi intraprendendo un modulo elettivo e il completamento di un tirocinio obbligatorio. Con il tempo si laurea, si avrà; una presenza online professionale che avrete iniziato a costruire all'inizio del programma, una vasta gamma di progetti interdisciplinari presenti nel vostro portafoglio, e una più profonda comprensione dei campi dei media creativi e esperienza del mondo reale. Dopo la laurea presso la specializzazione di programmazione o game design, si avrà una significativa esperienza di lavoro in ambienti di produzione simulati. Avrete imparato workflow standard del settore e del ciclo di vita del prodotto. Si avrà un portafoglio di progetti di gioco utilizzati per a uno iniziare la propria startup o costruire ulteriormente la vostra pratica professionale. Gli studenti della specializzazione programmazione avrà una serie di progetti in portafoglio che dimostrano una conoscenza applicata di C ++ nel contesto della programmazione del gioco-play e la programmazione del motore di gioco. Avrete anche una conoscenza dimostrata di strumenti per la costruzione di motori di gioco in linguaggi come C #. Studenti di design del gioco si laurea con una forte conoscenza tecnica di gioco pipeline di sviluppo e strumenti come Unity, UDK, 3D Studio Max e Maya. Studenti di design del gioco avranno l'opportunità di impegnarsi in una vasta gamma di competenze, tra cui arti visive, audio, storia o sviluppo del personaggio e di esplorare visioni artistiche per quello che i giochi potrebbero essere. I progettisti potranno praticare lo sviluppo creativo di giochi, lavorando per essere originali, espressivo e innovativo. [-]

Corso Di Informatica - Giochi Di Progettazione E Sviluppo

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

La laurea fornisce una preparazione approfondita nella progettazione del software e capacità di sviluppo, equivalente al Bachelor livello di Information Technology. E anche ... [+]

Corso di Informatica - Giochi Progettazione e Sviluppo

La laurea fornisce una preparazione approfondita nella progettazione del software e capacità di sviluppo, equivalente al Bachelor livello di Information Technology. Esso comprende anche le unità specializzate in videogiochi. Esistono due tipi di queste unità:

quelli che coprono le applicazioni pratiche di IT competenze di sviluppo per progetti di sviluppo del gioco, e quelli che forniscono un approccio più critico per i giochi video come progetti e prodotti multimediali culturali.

Questa combinazione di abilità tecniche con una comprensione critica dei videogiochi come strumenti di supporto è un approccio innovativo. I laureati di questo programma saranno equipaggiati con le conoscenze tecniche per contribuire con successo a giochi di progetti di produzione, oltre a una più profonda comprensione di giochi, permettendo loro di creare progetti realmente innovativi. ... [-]


Corso Di Studi Attuariali

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

Primo programma di studi attuariali nel mondo di lingua inglese, programma più longevo (40 anni) del suo genere in Australia. Un terzo alla metà di ... [+]

Corso di studi attuariali

Primo programma di studi attuariali nel mondo di lingua inglese, programma più longevo (40 anni) del suo genere in Australia. Un terzo alla metà dei attuari qualificati in Australia sono laureati Macquarie. Attuari analizzare e gestire le conseguenze finanziarie di eventi rischiosi. Tutti i tipi di rischio: rischio di morte / malattia, i rischi naturali (cicloni, terremoti, incendi boschivi) rischi finanziari (azioni, obbligazioni, tassi di cambio). Attuari analizzare e gestire i rischi di contratti finanziari, assicurazioni e fondi pensione. Aiutano anche a gestire e controllare le istituzioni finanziarie. Attuari relativi numeri alla vita reale. In questo attuariale laurea studi per conoscere per condurre analisi matematica, statistica, economica e finanziaria di una serie di problemi pratici che devono affrontare nella pianificazione finanziaria a lungo termine e della gestione. Molto forti legami con l'industria attraverso capstone e professionali argomenti tra cui il ciclo di controllo attuariale. ... [-]


Laurea Di Economia

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In questo grado si 'll studia principi macroeconomici e microeconomici, statistiche, politica economica e di economia internazionale. L'obiettivo principale ... [+]

Corso di laurea di Economia

Economia occupa della produzione, distribuzione, consumo e gestione di beni e servizi. Si esplora come le decisioni prese dai produttori, consumatori, imprese e governi influenzano la nostra società. In questo grado si 'll studia principi macroeconomici e microeconomici, statistiche, politica economica e di economia internazionale. Il focus principale è sul problem solving, il pensiero critico e lo sviluppo di alto livello tecnico e capacità di analisi.

Caratteristiche principali

Fornisce formazione rigorosa nella soluzione dei problemi, il pensiero critico e lo sviluppo di competenze tecniche e di analisi di alto livello Adatto a studenti in cerca di una carriera gratificante in molte aree di business, finanza, industria o di governo. Studiare materie provenienti da altre aree tra cui la politica, le lingue, la filosofia o la sociologia. Passo direttamente nel mondo del lavoro con competenze microeconomiche, macroeconomiche ed econometriche. ... [-]

Corso Di Insegnamento (nascita A Cinque Anni)

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In questo grado si studierà come i bambini imparano, giocano e sviluppare, insieme con la capacità di gestire e condurre le impostazioni della prima infanzia. Gli studenti ... [+]

Corso di Didattica (Nascita a cinque anni)

Specialista primi insegnanti infanzia lavorare con i bambini, le famiglie e le comunità per fornire esperienze educative di qualità per i bambini piccoli. Insegnanti della prima infanzia si ricercano anche per servizi di consulenza e di sviluppo professionale nel settore dei servizi per bambini. In questo grado si studierà come i bambini imparano, giocano e sviluppare, insieme con la capacità di gestire e condurre le impostazioni della prima infanzia. Gli studenti titolari di un diploma di bambini s 'Servizi ricevere il credito per gli studi precedenti, che consenta il completamento in 2-2,5 anni. Per poter essere riconosciuto come un insegnante qualificato di quattro anni con l'istruzione dei bambini australiani e Cura Autorità Qualità (ACECQA), vi verrà richiesto di completare un ulteriore anno di studio nel Diploma di Laurea di Studi Avanzati in infanzia.... [-]


Corso Di Informatica

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

Se si vuole capire come gestire i dati, le informazioni e le risorse di conoscenza. Se si desidera sviluppare le competenze informatiche per costruire, usare e capire ... [+]

Corso di laurea di Informatica

Sviluppare le competenze per costruire e utilizzare i sistemi informativi, la gestione dei dati, o di costruire applicazioni web client-server IT. In questo grado si 'll esplorare una delle tre aree: Tecnologia Software, concentrandosi su:

programmazione ingegneria del software matematica discreta

Nel Software Technology principale si 'll algoritmi di studio, le strutture dati e dei principi di qualità del software engineering. Sistemi informativi aziendali, con particolare attenzione:

sistemi informativi concetti e problemi sistemi informativi per la gestione audit dei sistemi di informazione e di garanzia ... [-]

Laurea In Ingegneria

Macquarie University
Campus 4 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

Una laurea flessibile e completo di quattro anni, con una forte attenzione alla formazione pratica che ti prepara a lavorare come ingegnere. Con un campus situato ... [+]

Corso di laurea di Ingegneria

Una laurea flessibile e completo di quattro anni, con una forte attenzione alla formazione pratica che ti prepara a lavorare come ingegnere. Con un campus situato in uno dei più importanti distretti ad alta tecnologia in Australia, Macquarie è un luogo ideale per studiare ingegneria. Engineering di Macquarie è unica perché si impara a conoscere elettronica, il software e l'ingegneria meccanica prima di specializzarsi secondo i vostri interessi e obiettivi. Questo approccio di apprendimento integrato fornisce le competenze di datori di lavoro cercano in questa rapida crescita e di campo in rapida evoluzione.

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Corso Di Finanza Applicata

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In questo grado finanza applicata si 'economia di studio ll, contabilità e la teoria finanziaria. Si 'll imparare tecniche matematiche tali ... [+]

Corso di Finanza Applicata

La finanza è lo studio della gestione di denaro, bancari, di investimento e di credito. Queste aree sono complesse, e le persone che lavorano nel settore finanziario richiedono una formazione specialistica per eccellere nella loro carriera. Questo corso di finanza è stato progettato appositamente per gli studenti di acquisire pratiche e di lavoro-ready competenze finanziarie. In questo grado finanza applicata si 'economia di studio ll, contabilità e la teoria finanziaria. Si 'll imparare le tecniche matematiche come probabilità o statistica e come analizzare i risultati. Il grado di Finanza Applicata ha una particolare attenzione per l'applicazione di queste competenze per le organizzazioni finanziarie reali, mercati e strumenti. ... [-]


Bachelor Of Commerce - Contabilità Professionale

Macquarie University
Campus 3 anni January 2017 Australia Sydney

Questo grado di contabilità vi preparerà a esercitare la professione di commercialista. Imparerete la conoscenza di contabilità essenziale e una serie di attività legate ... [+]

Bachelor of Commerce - Accounting Professional

Contabilità è la raccolta, la misurazione e la comunicazione delle informazioni economiche che viene utilizzato per la pianificazione, il reporting e il processo decisionale. Commercialisti sono impiegati in tutti i settori del commercio, dell'industria e del governo. Questo grado di contabilità vi preparerà a esercitare la professione di commercialista. Imparerete la conoscenza di contabilità essenziale e una serie di competenze di business correlati nella tecnologia dell'informazione, statistica, economia, diritto commerciale e la gestione finanziaria. Macquarie University è il più grande fornitore di laurea contabile qualificato nel NSW. In aprile 2013 ci siamo laureati 568 studenti di laurea di contabilità professionali e 166 studenti di master.... [-]