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    Monash University

    Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours)

    See group descriptions for Computer Science. This is a high-profile, honours version of the Bachelor of Computer Science for high-achieving students with a research focus. It offers all the benefits of the Advanced Computer Science specialisation, plus a stream of hands-on projects that engages you in research right from the start. You will develop the exceptional programming and analysis skills and the research capabilities needed for postgraduate study or a career in the expanding world of digital research and development.In your third year you will be eligible to apply for an exciting half-year scholarship placement in a research group of a participating company or organisation, or in the Industry Based Learning program.In your final year, you will undertake a substantial individual research project with your own academic supervisor. Monash's IT research strengths include intelligent systems, bioinformatics, cybersecurity, modelling, optimisation and visualisation. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Computer Science group.

    4 years

    ATAR 89.65

    SelectionRank 95.0

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Clayton


    JMC Academy

    Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication)

    Digital Design at JMC provides you with the tools and skills you need to create innovative solutions in an ever-evolving world of interactive media. You’ll discover the true power of visual communication and storytelling, learn the processes behind creative problem solving, and explore ways to create better experiences for people in physical, digital and virtual spaces.The Design course equips you with a deep understanding of core design principles, the design thinking process, and the technical skills required for you to apply what you’ve learned across a variety of platforms and media. You’ll be taught how to tackle projects in visual, spatial, interactive, experience and human-centred design.

    2 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    2 campuses:

    Sydney

    Melbourne


    Monash University

    Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Arts

    Arts at Monash provides a comprehensive gateway to a wide range of fascinating areas of study. Pair this with a degree in Education and you can share that fascination with the next generation of young people. You will qualify as an expert specialist teacher in two teaching areas, drawing on a wide choice of majors from across the Arts, humanities and social sciences, perhaps literary studies and history, geography and music, psychology and languages, and building a rich repertoire of teaching strategies through your Education studies. You will be fully equipped to pursue a career as a teacher of adolescents from 12 to 18 years of age, or in a wide range of professions that draw on your degrees separately or in combination.Travel between campuses may be required. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Arts and Education groups.

    4 years

    ATAR 73.7

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Clayton


    Academy of Information Technology

    Bachelor of Digital Design

    Our world is made by designers. Everything we see, from websites and advertisements to games, film and product logos, was crafted by someone who made decisions on colour, layout and style.The Bachelor of Digital Design focuses on both traditional and digital design principles. Students can hone their design skills and learn how to translate content into visual form for effective communication. Students can also and arm themselves with the skills to establish a career in the burgeoning design industry.Students will learn key design elements such as interface design, digital images, typography, design thinking, advertising and creative drawing, and have the flexibility to choose electives, to successful build a broad knowledge based in related areas within the digital world. The course is outcome-focused, with specific subjects relating to the construction of a portfolio to become a job-ready graduate in the world of digital design.

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Academy of Information Technology


    Federation University Australia

    Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education

    Study to become a teacher at Federation University Australia, rated # 1 in Australia for employability, and # 1 in Victoria for Overall Employment (90.60%)* This joint teaching degree will prepare you to teach years 7 - 12 students, as well as nurture and develop your passion within the humanities, media and social sciences. Perhaps you'll help students learn languages, perfect their written English or develop a love of psychology. Plus, you'll have the benefit of our educational networks which can offer you teaching placements across regional and metropolitan Victoria as well international placements in places such as England, China, New Zealand, Timor Leste and Nepal. Earn an ATAR of 80+ and you will be eligible for a FedUni High Achievers Scholarship Find out more about the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education and online Courseguide* Source: Quality Indicators for Learning & Teaching (QILT)

    4 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    2 campuses:

    Mount Helen (Ballarat)

    Gippsland


    Deakin University

    Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Business Analytics

    The Commerce/Business Analytics course allows you to develop the skills needed to launch a dynamic career in a competitive global world. Business Analytics will teach you to use commercial business analytics applications to capture and use digital data and information effectively in organisational settings. You will develop industry relevant skills to analyse data and information systems used in organisational settings, to plan the introduction of commercial business analytics applications and to find solutions to common management problems by applying the best business analytics approaches including business intelligence, predictive analytics and social media analytics. Commerce is built around three pillars (financial, market and personal acumens) to provide a common and comprehensive foundation in first year. From second year students extend their knowledge within career focussed, discipline areas (majors and minors). A range of internships and international experiences are offered.

    4 years

    ATAR 69.95

    SelectionRank 80.1

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    ONLINE

    Melbourne Burwood Campus


    Australian Catholic University

    Bachelor of Arts

    This course provides you with opportunities to study a range of exciting and rewarding areas in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. You will learn about different societies and cultures and explore some of the key issues and ideas that have shaped the modern world. While enriching your mind you will develop advanced knowledge, vital research skills and the ability to communicate complex information with sophistication and purpose. Arts at ACU is designed to produce ‘world-ready’ graduates who understand, and can respond to, the challenges of our times – confidently, ethically and with skill and passion. The degree offers more than 20 areas of study, including history, politics, international relations, and literature, as well as media, music and drama. With access to a number of international study options on ACU’s Rome Campus and in cities such as New York and Venice, you will have access to a world of possibilities as you turn your major interests into rewarding careers.

    3 years

    ATAR 48.85

    SelectionRank 58.75

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    La Trobe University

    Masters by coursework of Teaching (Primary)

    The Master of Teaching (Primary) is a graduate entry initial teacher education program designed to prepare you to teach as a primary teacher. The program is designed with current research informing the mapping and sequence of knowledge and practices to develop high-quality, career-ready graduates.Areas of focus include: curriculum and pedagogy, assessment and reporting, Indigenous knowing in curriculum design, special education and inclusivity, classroom management for positive learning, discipline knowledge as a specialisation, literacy and numeracy, and ICT across the curriculum. You’ll undertake a total of 60 days’ supervised professional practice in primary or secondary schools. This is embedded in education units to ensure that theory and practice is explored in both University and school contexts. The program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to work in complex education settings.To apply for this course, visit La Trobe's Teaching (Primary) webpage.

    1.5 years

    MASTERS DEGREE

    3 campuses:

    Melbourne

    Bendigo

    Albury-Wodonga


    Australian Catholic University

    Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts (Humanities)

    This course is designed for those intending to become teachers in secondary schools. Graduates may pursue a career in Catholic or other faith-based schools, government or independent secondary schools. This double degree program is undertaken in 4 years full-time (or equivalent part-time), and includes teaching practice in schools, a major sequence and a minor sequence to qualify to teach in two discipline areas within secondary schools. A wide range of choices are available, such as English/Literature, History, Geography, Humanities, Studies of Religion, Religious Education, Psychology, Healthy Development, Business/Commerce, Mathematics, Music or Drama. ACU offers subjects at our Rome campus or students may elect to take a subject at one of our 85 educational partners around the world. An Education Studies sequence covers the key areas in learning and educational theory, as well as curriculum and teaching units in the selected specialist areas.

    4 years

    ATAR 61.5

    SelectionRank 70.6

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    Swinburne University of Technology

    Diploma of Design (UniLink)

    Discover an alternative pathway into a Swinburne bachelor degree – study an eight-month UniLink Diploma and get up to eight units' credit towards your degree.On successful completion of this course, students can progress to the second year of a Bachelor of Design with a major in Branded Environments, Communication Design, Digital Media Design, Photomedia or UX Interaction Design; Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design)(Honours); Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture)(Honours) or Bachelor of Games and Interactivity.You'll gain an understanding of the historical and cultural significance of art and design while completing units such as interactive design for web technologies and 3D design. Students may also progress to the first year of a Bachelor of Design/Bachelor of Business with advanced standing. Visit the Swinburne course page. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Design group.

    0.7 year

    ATAR 42.4

    SelectionRank 49.35

    DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Hawthorn


    Deakin University

    Bachelor of Design (Digital Technologies)

    This course combines software design, immersive virtual reality and augmented reality experience design, mobile app design, web design and creative arts design skills to support employment outcomes that differ from those of traditional IT or creative arts degrees. This intersection of technical and artistic skills offers graduates opportunities to extend their design skills into the application of technological products.Students are prepared for careers in design and design related disciplines and for opportunities to work at the fusion of the technical and creative processes to develop new products for contemporary lifestyles. This course is part of a suite which includes a core of fundamental design knowledge that is taught across all the specialisms. Specialist areas then reflect the varied contemporary practices being applied in highly technological fields. These can be further enhanced with complementary elective options resulting in  highly valued cross-disciplinary knowledge.

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne Burwood Campus


    Swinburne University of Technology

    Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging

    Helping you to get a head start in your photography and photo imaging career, at Swinburne we combine practical skills with traditional learning. This course will teach you the commercial, artistic and technical aspects of photography while providing the business skills you'll need to manage your own photography business. At the end of your course you'll have a professional portfolio and will be able to gain employment in a range of industry contexts, including commercial, domestic portrait, media, wedding, illustrative, institutional and art photography. Graduates will also be prepared to progress to degree qualifications in photo imaging practice. Visit the Swinburne course page. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Design group.

    1 year

    DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Hawthorn


    Federation University Australia

    Diploma of Digital Media Technologies

    Become an animator, designer or media developer. Be a digital video editor, a mobile app developer or an online game designer. Digital media is an exciting and evolving industry. You'll learn how to design, develop and refine digital media technologies including animation, digital imaging, digital video product, games development and more using Adobe and Autodesk suites. You will work with new and emerging digital media technology areas in hand-on classes, including e-design and interactive design development, and with tools and equipment such as industry standard software, Web 3 tool technologies and mobile devices. We teach the business skills you will need beyond the classroom, such as project management, working with clients and presenting your work. When you graduate, you'll be ready for a career developing the latest digital technologies for experts and everyday people alike.

    1 year

    DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Mount Helen (Ballarat)


    Federation University Australia

    Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

    This pre-apprenticeship program will give you the hands on skills and basic mechanical knowledge which will help you to find an automotive apprenticeship. It will help to make you job ready, and will give you the opportunity to pursue a career in automotive mechanics, engine reconditioning, automotive electrician and electronics, and vehicle body repair.

    0.4 year

    CERTIFICATE II

    2 campuses:

    Wimmera

    SMB


    Swinburne University of Technology

    Diploma of Graphic Design

    At Swinburne we combine practical skills with traditional learning to help you to get a head start in your graphic design career. This course will help you create design concepts from a brief, build your personal portfolio and develop specialist skills in advertising and multimedia. Swinburne creative arts graduates enjoy an average starting salary of $41,700 per annum.* Upon finishing the course you may find yourself entering a careers in areas such as graphic or web design in advertising, finished art, publishing (newspaper and magazines), retail advertising, printing, film and television production, education or government. Visit the Swinburne course page. *NCVER: VET graduate outcomes 2017 This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Design group.

    1.5 years

    DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Hawthorn


    University Of Melbourne (The)

    Master of Engineering

    This graduate degree package allows you to attain an undergraduate qualification in the Bachelor of Design and a Masters-level qualification in the Master of Engineering. It guarantees high-achieving students a Commonwealth Supported Place or International Fee Place in the Master of Engineering.  No minimum weighted average mark (WAM) is required in the Bachelor of Design to progress to the Master of Engineering. At the end of the second year, students will nominate which stream of the Master of Engineering they are interested in pursuing and students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Design with an appropriate major (Civil Systems; Mechanical Systems or Spatial Systems) will automatically progress to their nominated stream of the two-year Master of Engineering.

    2 years

    ATAR 96.2

    SelectionRank 96.2

    MASTERS DEGREE

    Campus:

    Parkville


    Deakin University

    Bachelor of Cyber Security

    Cyber Security is one of the most exciting and important areas of study in the discipline of Information Technology, with industry demand for graduates on the increase globally. The course provides a solid foundation of the cyber security literacy and the technical and professional skills required by industry. The course offers students unique experience in learning and practicing cyber security skills in specialised laboratories and learning spaces. Students are introduced to the fundamentals of cyber security such as programming skills using script languages and extended to a deeper learning experience of advanced topics including cyber risk assessment, computer crime and digital forensics, cyber security analytics, cyber security operations, penetration testing and ethical hacking practiced in industry. In addition, students will also learn about the regulatory and ethical contexts that cyber security relates to.

    3 years

    ATAR 50.5

    SelectionRank 62.0

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    2 campuses:

    ONLINE

    Melbourne Burwood Campus

    Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus


    Monash University

    Bachelor of Design in your chosen specialisation

    Design is a constantly evolving discipline and concerns itself with the improvement of humanity, adding value to our culture and contributing to the economy. We offer four different specialisations in Design, so you can build a high level of design expertise in the area that interests you most. You don’t have to choose now though – you’ll do that during or after your first year after you’ve had a chance to explore them all. Communication design: Great designers are great storytellers. Become the bold, imaginative communication designer who informs and motivates the world through creative media. Industrial design: Innovate, improve and enhance the products, systems and services we use every day. Spatial design: Combine your creative ideas with design thinking techniques to make dynamic spaces for people to inhabit. Collaborative design: Collaborative design combines the best of each design specialisation. Apply your multidisciplinary skills across a broad range of applications and media. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Design group.

    3 years

    ATAR 65.3

    SelectionRank 75.05

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Caulfield


    RMIT University

    Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

    This course will get you started in the cutting-edge world of computer engineering, providing you with the skills to design, install, validate, evaluate and administer computer equipment and systems.You'll learn to manage risk, estimate and coordinate projects, and provide technical advice and sales.You'll also gain theoretical and practical configuration and maintenance skills in computer hardware and software applications for assembly, installation, testing and maintenance of office personal computers and computer networks.Upon graduation, you’ll be qualified to work as a technical officer or service supervisor.This course distinguishes itself from similar IT courses by putting emphasis on the underlying hardware platforms and engineering aspects of computer systems and networks.

    2 years

    ADVANCED DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    City


    Torrens University Australia

    Bachelor of Digital Media (3D Design and Animation)

    Like the idea of creating worlds and characters, and bringing these to life? Want to tell fantastic stories and to visualise the imaginary, the impossible, the future? By completing this design degree, you will get all of the essential knowledge, skills and experiences you need to take on a career in 3D design or animation for film, TV, games, advertising, information/education and beyond. Acquire broad and flexible hands-on skills in modelling, rigging, animation, texturing, lighting and compositing. At the same time you will explore design and animation theory and context to enrich your creativity and storytelling, while working through briefs and creative processes used by industry. In your final year you can apply for an internship with a professional 3D design and animation studio, and get the chance to work on a live project for a real-world client. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Design group.

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    Box Hill Institute

    Certificate IV in Cyber Security

    The Certificate IV in Cybersecurity is a new course. It has been developed in partnership with industry experts in the IT, Telecommunications, Banking and Security industries. There is a shortage of qualified cyber security practitioners and paraprofessionals. This course is the entry point into a career in Cyber Security.  You will develop the highly valued skills and knowledge needed for a career as a Cybersecurity Practitioner, Pen Tester, Systems Analyst or Systems Intrusion Detector. People in these roles detect network breaches in a network, undertake penetration testing on networks and websites, and identify and escalate cyber incidents to the security response team. Subjects include: Basic Networking  Network security  Website security   Security scripting  System Testing  Intrusion testing  Managing System Security

    1 year

    CERTIFICATE IV

    Campus:

    Box Hill


    RMIT University

    Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)

    Students develop practical and professional skills in creative writing, informed by critical, historical and theoretical knowledge of writing industries, art forms and career opportunities. These skills include the capacity to experiment, produce, analyse and reflect upon work in a variety of writing styles, techniques and voices. Students learn about character, structure, theme, language and visual storytelling to enable successful writing in numerous forms and genres. Students are given options to collaborate with peers, other creative arts students and industry partners, through professional placements and work on student-led publications and productions. Students also undertake complementary studies that promote analytical and research skills. The broader learning experience is enhanced through focused studies in Asian media and culture, Cinema studies, Political economy, Literary studies or Approaches to popular culture. Students also choose subjects from a range of electives.

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    City


    William Angliss Institute

    Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery

    Commercial Cookery programs at William Angliss Institute cover a wide range of content from introductory knife skills, produce dishes using basic methods of cookery, preparing stocks, soups and sauces, preparation and cooking of seafood, poultry, meat, cakes, pastries, breads and desserts. Further complex areas of study include plan and cost basic menus, prepare food to meet special dietary requirements and food safety compliance. The focus of the programs is on the development of practical skills in state-of-the-art kitchens where students will learn speciality subjects such as Produce and serve food for buffets and cooking specialised food items. Theory subjects will include occupational health and safety, and hygiene and food safety regulations, which are incorporated into day-to-day training. The Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery, in particular, allows students to gain a firm understanding of the management of the kitchen environment.

    1.5 years

    CERTIFICATE IV

    2 campuses:

    City

    Lilydale


    Deakin College

    Diploma of Construction Management

    The Diploma of Construction Management consists of Deakin University's first year Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) degree units and equips you with the skills and knowledge required for a full spectrum of opportunities in the Construction Management field.

    0.7 year

    ATAR 21.5

    SelectionRank 32.7

    DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Geelong Waterfront Campus


    Deakin University

    Bachelor of Criminology

    The course covers a wide range of topics concerning the meaning of crime; different forms, causes and consequences of crime; and the different institutions and processes developed for preventing and controlling crime. Students are provided with broad theoretical and applied knowledge and skills in relation to policy development, policing and security and related fields. Students complete twenty-four credit points over three years, including twelve credit points of Criminology and twelve credit points of general electives, where students are encouraged to complete an additional major sequence.

    3 years

    ATAR 50.05

    SelectionRank 55.05

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    2 campuses:

    ONLINE

    Melbourne Burwood Campus

    Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus


    Deakin University

    Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication)

    This course develops the practical and theoretical skills required for contemporary studio practice. The focus on problem solving, conceptual thinking, strategic management, computer skills and working with clients are now combined with additional content of user experience, IT knowledge and interdisciplinary practices. The course structure recognises the diversity of skills and knowledge required of communication designers.Students are prepared for careers in design and related disciplines and to work at the fusion of the technical and creative processes. Interest in the field of design is growing rapidly. This course is part of a suite which includes a core of fundamental design knowledge that is taught across all the specialisms. Specialist areas then reflect the varied contemporary practices being applied in highly technological fields. These can be further enhanced with complementary elective options resulting in highly valued cross-disciplinary knowledge.

    3 years

    ATAR 46.9

    SelectionRank 52.5

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    2 campuses:

    Melbourne Burwood Campus

    Geelong Waterfront Campus


    La Trobe University

    Bachelor of Cybersecurity

    La Trobe’s Bachelor of Cybersecurity has been co-designed with industry experts to address the global shortage of cybersecurity professionals. You’ll gain a broad range of skills across IT, business, law, policy and strategic communication. You’ll learn about the history of hacking and explore the various methods used to defend and protect against malicious cyber threats. The course also covers the sophisticated techniques cyber criminals use to manipulate individuals to access confidential information online. As part of your studies, you’ll engage in a range of simulated attacks. You’ll also design and develop a project for a real client, preparing you to step into your first career. To build career adaptability, you’ll have the opportunity to combine cybersecurity with psychology, management, linguistics and international studies. You can further enhance your cybersecurity expertise by majoring in information technology security.

    3 years

    ATAR 48.3

    SelectionRank 60.3

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    Australian College of Applied Psychology

    Bachelor of Criminology and Justice

    The Bachelor of Criminology and Justice prepares graduates for employment in careers related to the operation and administration of justice. It is delivered in trimester mode, allowing a three year degree to be completed in two years. Many of the ACAP teaching staff are qualified practitioners in the field. Many units are taught by lawyers, police officers, criminologists, psychologists and other professionals who bring compelling real-life case studies to the classroom. Work placement offers hands-on experience in a selection of organisations and sectors such as Victoria Police, the Department of Justice, in the court system or at law firms, in the community welfare sector or at correctional centres. With elective units covering a range of areas including law, forensic psychology, policing, terrorism, mental health and youth justice, students are able to complete electives that complement their career aspirations or wider interests. The full course is made up of 24 units.

    2 years

    ATAR 38.55

    SelectionRank 38.55

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    ONLINE

    Melbourne


    Deakin University

    Master of Cultural Heritage

    Develop the knowledge, research skills and practical experience to make a difference in the cultural heritage sector. Whether you want to work with collections, manage a museum or heritage site, or protect and interpret significant sites, landscapes or intangible cultural heritage, specific pathways through the Masters mean you can create a program that is right for you. Through this program, you’ll develop an extensive, cross-disciplinary knowledge of heritage principles and practice across many disciplines. If you would like to work in museums or heritage organisations, Deakin's Master in Cultural Heritage provides a pathway into employment in this diverse and exciting field. Supported by the high quality on-line learning system, CloudDeakin, our courses are very flexible, designed to allow you to study whenever and wherever you are.

    2 years

    MASTERS DEGREE

    Campus:

    ONLINE

    Melbourne Burwood Campus


    William Angliss Institute

    Certificate IV in Patisserie/Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

    Graduates of this dual qualification will be equipped with skills in both commercial cooking and patisserie techniques. Students will learn fundamental skills and develop knowledge in a wide range of subjects to become job-ready. This course will provide students with hands-on experience in areas from the preparation and cooking of meats through to cost effective menu development. Students will also acquire an understanding of the fundamental skills required to commence a career in patisserie. Students will complete training across a variety of topics from basic methods of cookery through to decoration of cakes and cookies, hot and cold desserts, and petit fours. The course is delivered on site and with industry participation to create a blend of knowledge and practical experience.Upon completion, students will be provided with a nationally recognised certificate which will provide opportunities to find employment in various national and international enterprises.

    1.5 years

    CERTIFICATE IV

    Campus:

    City


    Federation University Australia

    Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Information Technology)

    Study Accounting and Information Technology at Federation University Australia, rated # 1 in Australia for employability, and # 1 in Victoria for Overall Employment (90.60%)*You're a natural with numbers; excited by the business world and the financial strategies and systems behind it. With our newly structured double major in Accounting and Information Technology you will be able tailor your own unique study plan.Be work ready with our Work Integrated Learning Program. Participate in paid placement, internships, overseas exchanges, class practice or a project. Earn an ATAR of 80+ and you will be eligible for a FedUni High Achievers Scholarship.More Info: Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Information Technology), FedUni Course Guide

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Mount Helen (Ballarat)


    Federation University Australia

    Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Commerce

    Study commerce and business at Federation University Australia, rated # 1 in Australia for employability, and # 1 in Victoria for Overall Employment (90.60%)*Become an innovator, a creative force, a leader in the business world and be the point of difference and expand on your range of career opportunities with the Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Commerce double degree and graduate with the professional skills that employers are searching for. Be work ready with our Work Integrated Learning Program. Participate in paid placement, internships, overseas exchanges, class practice or a project. Design and customise your degree by undertaking a double major across all of our programs, making you more employable in the highly competitive graduate market.Earn an ATAR of 80+ and you will be eligible for a FedUni High Achievers ScholarshipMore Info: Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Business, FedUni Course Guide  *Source: Quality Indicators for Learning & Teaching (QILT)

    4 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    3 campuses:

    Mount Helen (Ballarat)

    Gippsland

    Off-campus


    La Trobe University

    Bachelor of Computer Science

    Behind every simple task – such as charging your iPhone or using an elevator – is a complex set of processes and systems. The Bachelor of Computer Science teaches you how to uncover and understand these hidden processes. By mastering and applying computer science skills, you can play a key role in improving and simplifying people's lives by making daily and often laborious tasks more efficient. During the degree, you’ll explore the fundamentals of computer science, including key mathematical areas such as discrete mathematics, calculus and linear algebra. You’ll also establish expertise in programming languages such as C++ and Java, and develop an in-depth understanding of software analysis and design, databases, artificial intelligence, computer architecture, networks and multimedia systems.

    3 years

    ATAR 41.6

    SelectionRank 56.55

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    Australian College of Applied Psychology

    Bachelor of Counselling

    The Bachelor of Counselling provides a comprehensive grounding in counselling frameworks and skills, ethical practice and cultural diversity. It provides entry level counselling training with a focus on contemporary counselling, psychotherapy and psychology theory, research and practice. The course includes 200 hours of student placement, incorporating 40 hours of counselling client contact. Full course - 24 units.

    3 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    La Trobe University

    Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws

    Combine studies in accounting, economics, finance, management or marketing with a legal qualification. Your first-year commerce studies will introduce you to business foundation subjects including economics, business analytics, and accounting and finance for business. Your law studies will cover the fundamental principles of Australian law, civil litigation, property, contract and constitutional law. Elective subjects allow you to study areas such as human rights law, public international law and international crime. You'll learn from different business disciplines and gain skills in researching, analysing and problem-solving to help answer social, environmental and business problems. You’ll also have the opportunity to talk with business and community leaders, and to apply your newfound knowledge and skills in a professional working environment.

    5 years

    ATAR 80.0

    SelectionRank 91.6

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne


    Monash University

    Bachelor of Computer Science in Data Science

    See group description for Computer Science. If you elect to study the Bachelor of Computer Science in a single degree course, in addition to your choice of specialisation, you will have eight free elective units. These will enable you to further develop your knowledge of your specialisation should you choose, or computer science more broadly. Alternatively, you can select any units from across the university in which you are eligible to enrol. You might complete a major or minor from another course, perhaps your other talent is music or you want to develop business management skills. You might study a range of units to broaden your knowledge, experience and enjoyment. This could include an extra internship, a global experience or an exchange program - the choice is broad. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Computer Science group.

    3 years

    ATAR 74.5

    SelectionRank 84.4

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Clayton


    Monash University

    Bachelor of Commerce

    If you elect to study the Bachelor of Commerce in a single degree course, you will choose from ten majors (each requiring eight units of focused study) and you will have eight free elective units. You can use these units to further develop your knowledge of your major area should you choose, or gain skills in commerce more broadly with a second major or a minor. Alternatively, to make up these electives you can select units from across the university in which you are eligible to enrol. You might complete a major or minor from another field, perhaps an additional language, or develop your mathematical and computing skills, or undertake international relations or politics to complement your knowledge of commerce. Or you might choose to study a range of units to broaden your knowledge, experience and enjoyment. This could include an internship, a global experience or an exchange program - the choice is broad and it is yours. This course sits as part of a larger group of courses. For more information refer to the Commerce group.

    3 years

    ATAR 81.25

    SelectionRank 90.35

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Clayton


    Box Hill Institute

    Certificate IV in Bookkeeping

    Develop the knowledge and skills to work as a Bookkeeper using MYOB Software. You will learn how to maintain asset inventory records, prepare financial statements and establish and maintain a payroll system. Graduates can seek opportunities as a contract bookkeeper (working under the direction of a tax agent or public accountant for a bookkeeping business), working as an employed bookkeeper or running their own bookkeeping business.

    0.5 year

    CERTIFICATE IV

    Campus:

    Box Hill


    Melbourne Polytechnic

    Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Technology

    The ICT industry is constantly evolving with new technologies continually being developed. People with ICT skills can work in any industry. The course is delivered by highly experienced staff, and students will be given the opportunity to work with hardware, software and networking equipment. It also includes Cisco and Microsoft material as part of the delivery strategy. The Diploma allows for broad skills development in a wide range of technical areas such as networking, database development, programming, operating systems, web development, project management and systems analysis. The Advanced Diploma provides in-depth specialisation in enterprise server, internetworking, security, mobile application development and e-business solutions.

    1 year

    ADVANCED DIPLOMA

    Campus:

    Preston


    Torrens University Australia

    Bachelor of Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Branded Fashion

    If you’re struggling to decide whether to pursue a career in the creative or business industries or have dreams of wanting to start your own creative business, our brand new double degree Bachelor of Business/Branded Fashion Design is the perfect solution. A Bachelor of Branded Fashion Design from Billy Blue will allow you to enter the industry as a brand fashion designer, buyer, brand manager, trend forecaster, merchandiser or product developer. Delve into the design and development of products for a brand’s clothing collections. Manage the production of designs to meet project budgets and time lines, discover brand trends, 2D and 3D imaging, project management, plus garment construction, the history of design and fashion business.You will also have the opportunity to complete an internship with one of our fashion industry partners, giving you fantastic business experience, fresh contacts, and material for your CV and portfolio.

    4 years

    BACHELOR DEGREE

    Campus:

    Melbourne