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Charles Darwin University Undergraduate and Postgraduate Course Guide 2023 A new world university

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      100% flexible to study however it suits you “I applied for a Master’s degree because I liked the flexibility CDU offers for online study and also because I really enjoyed my experience during my bachelor degree. You can access lectures anytime and anywhere. Lecturers are supportive, approachable and always respond quickly via email or phone.” – Bijay, CDU student

      AA ne neww wworld univorld universityersity Contents Acknowledgement of Country 2 CDU: a new world university 3 Online classroom 4 Study support 5 On Campus 6 Travel program 7 Entry requirements 8 English language requirements 9 How to apply 10 Application FAQs 11 Choosing a course 13 Course information Enabling courses 14 Undergraduate courses 19 Graduate entry courses 65 Postgraduate courses 75 Index 127 All information contained in this guide is correct at the time of print, but is subject to change as information is reviewed and updated throughout the year. When considering a course, we recommend checking the CDU website for the most up-to-date information. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 11 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      Acknowledgement of Country and recognition of Australian First Nations traditional owners and cultures Charles Darwin University acknowledges and respects the many Australian First Nations traditional custodians of the lands upon which our campuses and centres are located. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Larrakia We acknowledge and pay our respect to the who are the traditional custodians of the lands Whadjuk who are the traditional custodians of the upon which our Darwin Casuarina, Waterfront and lands upon which our Perth centre is located. Palmerston campuses are located. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Arrernte Kundjey’mi who are the traditional custodians of who are the traditional custodians of the lands upon the lands upon which our Jabiru centre is located. which our Alice Springs campus is located. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Jawoyn, Warumungu who are the traditional custodians of Wardaman and Dagomon who are the traditional the lands upon which our Tennant Creek centre is custodians of the lands upon which our Katherine located. campuses are located. We also acknowledge and pay our respect to the We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Gadigal Kungarakan (Batchelor and Adelaide River), the who are the traditional custodians of the lands upon Yolngu (northeast Arnhem Land) and the Tiwi (Tiwi which our Sydney campus is located. Islands). We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Turrbal We acknowledge Australian First Nations peoples’ and Yuggera who are the traditional custodians of long tradition of sustaining their communities and the lands upon which our Brisbane centre is located. environments over thousands of years. They are the We acknowledge and pay our respect to the first educators and first innovators. Woiworung who are the traditional custodians of the They are the holders of knowledge that makes an lands upon which our Melbourne centre is located. important contribution to the improvement of our We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Kaurna local, national and global communities. who are the traditional custodians of the lands upon We extend our respect to Elders - past, present and which our Adelaide centre is located. emerging - and to all First Nations people. 22 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivversersiittyy 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

      A new world university Join us to build the new world We are a university that will empower and support you. Whether you’re looking for part-time online study, or you want to build face-to-face connections with a tight-knit campus community, there’s a place for You at CDU. 100% flexible Graduate job-ready with a salary to match Because we value your life experience, we offer flexible The 2022 Good University Guide ranks Charles Darwin study options so you don’t have to put your life on hold. University as a top two university in Australia for graduate You can study online – in most cases, 100% online – or employment outcomes. on campus, part-time or full-time, and you can switch Through a combination of innovative online learning, between these options during your degree. practical placements, expert lecturers, strong industry You’ll have access to an easy-to-use online study platform, links and student support, our degrees prepare you for 24/7 academic and technical support, and lecturers and the real world of work and beyond. staff who know how to support you from a distance. After Personal and supportive all, Charles Darwin University has been delivering online and distance education for more than 30 years. Charles Darwin University offers small class sizes, so you will be more than just a student number. Our lecturers and tutors give you the attention and support you need to succeed in your studies. They are never more than a phone call, email or appointment away. Rest assured, they'll work hard to get to know you and support your study goals. “I'm in control of my own path to obtain my degree. Although CDU provides a recommended study plan, I've been able to shape my own to suit my interests and possibly let me finish my degree sooner.” – Nancy, CDU Arts Degree student, who has chosen to focus on architectural and interior design. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 33 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      24/7 academic and technical Easy-to-use support Access your very own study-specific online tutoring online service, including feedback on draft assignments to help you learn and improve. We also offer round- the-clock technical support via email, call and chat classroom to ensure you stay connected. Charles Darwin University Collaborate effectively is a national leader in online Find clear, simple and responsive learning tools to learning. Whether you study collaborate and manage your time more effectively. online or on campus, you’ll have access to our online learning platform, Learnline. It’s powered Choose your format by world-class technology and Access your learning materials in text, video or a team of staff and academics audio. who have been delivering and supporting online study for Due date reminders decades. Stay organised with Learnline’s calendar, which automatically keeps track of due dates for your assessments and exams. Choose how you’d like to be reminded of tasks, assessments, exams and grades. Access on any device Attend your lectures and access learning materials on desktop, laptop or mobile device. Upload your assignments from anywhere and on any device. Stream live or catch up later Take part in interactive lectures and group discussions live or download recordings or resources to access later. Join our social media community facebook.com/charlesdarwinuniversity @charlesdarwinuniversity @CDUni linkedin.com/school/charles-darwin-university 44 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivversersiittyy 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      AA ne neww wworld univorld universityersity Online study buddies Study Enjoy seamless, interactive collaboration with your peers, tutors and lecturers on Learnline. Jump into support forums, join discussion boards and chat online with your fellow students – any time of the day or night, wherever across Australia and beyond. Free career advice The Careers and Employment team offer expert you are advice and online tools to help you find a job, understand your work style, build your CV, practise Whether you study online or on job interviews, and more. campus, you’ll be surrounded by Free academic skills programs a network of study buddies and Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are online and support services to help keep on campus group study sessions run by students, you motivated, focused and for students. Students who have successfully on-track with your studies. completed the same unit will teach you new study skills, assessment techniques and exam preparation strategies. The Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP) is a free, confidential academic skills service to help you improve your study skills and understand what your assignments require. Get advice at drop-in sessions, personal appointments, online tutorials, or workshops. Support for First Nations students A dedicated First Nations Student Services team provides multi-layered support to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in achieving their tertiary education goals. This includes free tutoring, support with travelling away from home, application processes, scholarship applications and more. Student Central dream team Student Central is your one-stop spot for support and guidance. You can phone, email or visit them for advice on admissions, timetabling, enrolling, exams, course fees and payments, study plans, scholarships, and more. Log on to the library Online and on campus students have 24/7 access to library resources. Professional library staff are ready to help over the phone, via email, or face-to-face on most campuses. Equal access A dedicated Equity Services team provides free and confidential counselling, services and support for students with a disability and/or health condition. This may include providing adjustments to your study conditions, course materials in other formats, or assistive technology. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 55 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      On Campus Today, Charles Darwin University has more than 22,000 students spread across 10 campuses and centres spanning the Northern Territory, Sydney and all of Australia as they study online. A range of facilities are available on campus, these can also be accessed by online students who live nearby. → cafes and dining options → student lounges → student advocacy → childcare → IT kiosk → a range of accommodation options → sports facilities, such as tennis courts and covered basketball courts → gardens and green open spaces → a well-equipped library with computers → CDU bookshop for all of your textbook needs. Convenient accommodation On campus → International House Darwin, located on the Casuarina campus, offers a relaxed and vibrant community with students from all corners of Australia and the world calling it home. → Alice Springs Student Accommodation offers single and twin-share rooms, with communal kitchens, a self-service laundry, and WIFI. → Katherine Student Accommodation offers single rooms that can be inclusive of meal options if required. Residents have access to a recreation room, dining room, sports oval, and pool. Off campus → UniLodge offers modern student apartments located just 800 metres from our Casuarina campus. → The Equity Services team can also help you find off- campus accommodation. 66 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivversersiittyy 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      AA ne neww wworld univorld universityersity Travel while you study You can see the world while completing your degree with a study abroad program. Our vast range of short and long-term international study experiences run across all continents with more than 40 partner universities. Generous funding is available to eligible online and on-campus students. If you are interested in a learning abroad experience, please contact: [email protected] “I went from living in Darwin, a city of 150,000 people, to working for a law firm on the 34th floor of a skyscraper in Jakarta, with 20 million people. It was an incredible experience.” – Max Stretton, Law student who spent a semester abroad in Indonesia. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 77 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

      Entry requirements that recognise your achievements Each university course has its own entry requirements - if you've achieved the required ATAR and meet the requirements you can apply directly into the course of your choice. But perhaps you didn’t ace Year 12, decided to start your career with a trade, parked your first degree to go travelling, or you already have great professional experience in your industry. We welcome and celebrate unique paths like these, which is why we offer a range of non-traditional, flexible entry requirements. For most of our undergraduate degrees, you can apply on the basis of: An Australian Tertiary Entrance Rank (ATAR) of 60 or higher A Vocational Education and Training (VET) or TAFE Certificate IV or higher A score of 135 on the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) Successfully completing at least one semester of full-time study of a university degree or diploma Successfully completing a recognised university preparation course, such as our free Tertiary Enabling Program Your work or industry experience, outlined in a personal competencies or employment experience statement. Some undergraduate degrees have higher admission requirements, Find out more at cdu.edu.au/study Returning to study with us If you’ve previously completed a VET Certificate III or higher, Tertiary Enabling Program or Undergraduate degree at Charles Darwin University, you can apply for your next course directly rather than via SATAC or UAC. MyNextCourse is an easy, online portal that allows you to apply faster, avoid SATAC or UAC application fees, and receive your offer sooner. Visit mynextcourse.cdu.edu.au 88 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivversersiittyy 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

      A new world university English language requirements To gain entry into Charles Darwin University, all Higher Education applicants must satisfy the University's English Language Proficiency Requirements for their chosen course. International students will be required to supply evidence of this at the time of application. English language requirements can often be met if you have: previously studied in an English-speaking country or undertaken an English test approved by CDU. For more information please visit your course page at cdu.edu.au/study If you have a question regarding English requirements at CDU email: [email protected] Study pathways Don't meet the entry requirements? Don't worry, at CDU there is a study pathway for everyone. CDU’s pathway programs are suitable for students at all levels of education and English proficiency. We provide clear pathways and easy transition between courses from vocational through to postgraduate study. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 99 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      How to apply There are several ways to apply to study at Charles Darwin University. You can apply via a Tertiary Admissions Centre. If you live in the Northern Territory, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania or the Australian Capital Territory, apply via the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC). If you are a resident of New South Wales, apply via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). If you're returning to study at Charles Darwin University, you may be eligible to apply directly via MyNextCourse. Visit mynextcourse.cdu.edu.au Apply through SATAC or UAC 1 Explore SATAC/UAC course 3 Complete your application search Follow the instructions from SATAC/UAC to Visit satac.edu.au or uac.edu.au to find start and finish your application. Remember information about entry requirements, to save as you go! selection processes and application dates for Although SATAC/UAC can access most of your preferred course. your Australian study records, it's helpful to upload your relevant registration, VET/TAFE 2 Register with SATAC or UAC and overseas qualifications when you apply. To start your application, you will need to SATAC/UAC may contact you for further register with SATAC or UAC. You can find information. instructions for this on their websites. Once you have registered as an applicant: 4 Accept and enrol - SATAC will send you an acknowledgment If your application is successful you will receive email with a link to access your online an offer to study at Charles Darwin University. application This will arrive via email from SATAC or UAC. or Shortly after that, we will email you information - UAC will send you an acknowledgment email on how to enrol and attend our orientation. with your application number and UAC pin. If you have received an offer for a quota course, you must enrol by the date specified in your offer. If you don't, the offer will lapse and your place may be offered to another applicant. 101010 CCCharharharllleeesss D D Darararwwwiiinnn U U Unnniiivvversersersiiitttyyy 222000222332 u u unnndedederrrgrgrgraaaddduuuaaattteee a a annnddd p p pooossstttgrgrgraaaddduuuaaattteee de de degrgrgreeeeseses

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      A new world university Application FAQs What is the difference between applying and enrolling? Applying is the first step towards university. It refers to submitting an application for a course. Enrolling happens once your application has been processed, and you have received an offer and accepted a place. Enrolling generally requires you to activate your student account and choose your units. When do I need to apply? The application closing dates change from year to year, depending on the start date of each semester. Generally you can apply right up to the week before classes start, but don’t leave it to the last minute! You should aim to apply by SATAC or UAC cut-off dates. This will give you the best chance at securing a place, and allow ample time for your application to be processed and to enrol in classes. Do I have to pay an application fee when I apply for a course? If you are applying to study with us via SATAC or UAC, there is an application fee. This fee is charged by SATAC or UAC. If you are a returning Charles Darwin University student, you may be eligible to apply via MyNextCourse. There is no fee for this. Visit mynextcourse.cdu.edu.au to check your eligibility. Who can apply for a scholarship? Scholarships are not only for high achievers. All students at Charles Darwin University can apply for a scholarship as long as you meet the scholarship’s eligibility criteria. How do I apply for credit transfer? You can request a credit transfer once you have applied for a course at Charles Darwin University and accepted an offer to study with us. Once this is done, you can lodge an application for credit transfer and supply the required documentation. CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 1111 22002233 u unnddeerrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      “I choose to study at CDU for several reasons. Unlike many other universities, CDU offered an amazing fast track option for law. I could complete my law degree in three years, as opposed to the usual four. Finishing my law degree in a shorter amount of time will mean I reach the workplace faster and there’s no compromise on how many different areas of the law I study.” – Ade, Bachelor of Laws student 1122 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivversersiittyy 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      A new world university Choosing a course This guide details the undergraduate and postgraduate courses on offer at CDU in 2022-23. Courses are offered in the study areas of: → Aboriginal and Australian Studies → Humanities and Social Sciences → Business and Economics → Law and Legal Studies → Computing and Information Technology → Medicine and Health → Education and Teaching → Science and Mathematics → Engineering → Tertiary Enabling Programs. → Environmental Studies Each course offers a unique mix of components and varies in both the subject units and teaching mode. We offer online and on-campus study options, giving you the choice to study where, when and how it suits you. What should I study? There are many factors to consider when you're deciding what to study. What do you enjoy? Students who enjoy their subjects tend to do well at university. What are you career goals? If you have a specific career in mind, research the qualifications you'll need to work in that field or role. Take time to browse this brochure and consider your options. Course key The course key on each subject will help you understand the course components. Course title Master of Public Health SATAC CODE – 1CM102 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Codes you will need to apply SATAC CODE – 1CM602 Available study locations Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) (choose online or on campus) UAC CODE – 823180 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 873180 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Time to complete (choose part-time or full-time) DURATION – 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time When you can start your course DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 CCharharlleess D Dararwwiinn U Unniivveersrsiittyy 1313 22002233 u unndederrgrgraadduuaattee a anndd p poossttgrgraadduuaattee de degrgreeeses

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      ENABLING COURSES Tertiary Enabling Program TEP is for you if: > it has been a while since you last studied and feel like you now COURSE CODE – ZTEP01 need to refresh your skills; Casuarina, Online > you did not achieve an adequate Australian Tertiary Admission Alice Springs, Rank (ATAR) or equivalent; Sydney > you have not completed other eligible qualifications that meet the minimum entry requirements for most CDU DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time undergraduate courses. TEP is free for Australian and New Zealand citizens, permanent DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 residents and Humanitarian Visa holders. You can study on- campus or externally online ABOUT THE COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) is a free program that To be eligible for the Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP): helps build your academic skills, knowledge and confidence for > you must be 18 or over by the census date of the relevant studying at university. semester. During the program, you will develop the skills and strategies for > you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen (residing in managing university life and study. Australia), permanent resident or Humanitarian Visa holder You will study key areas such as: > you must successfully complete an online writing task that > foundations for success; will be used to determine your eligibility for entry into the > academic language and learning; program. > foundation maths; > Alternatively, applicants that have successfully completed a > bioscience; Certificate IV or higher in Australia and can provide evidence of this may receive an offer into the course. > perspectives in humanities. Charles Darwin University 15 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

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      ENABLING COURSES First Nations Pre-Accounting Program First Nations Pre-Business Program COURSE CODE – ZIPAP1 COURSE CODE – ZIPBP1 Waterfront Darwin Waterfront Darwin DURATION – 4 weeks full-time DURATION – 4 weeks full-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Charles Darwin University (CDU) Asia Pacific College of The Charles Darwin University (CDU) Asia Pacific College of Business and Law delivers a First Nations pre-accounting and Business and Law delivers a First Nations pre-business and mentoring program, commencing in January each year. The mentoring program, commencing in January each year. The program is made up of two components; a 4-week full-time program is made up of two components; a 4-week full-time intensive pre-accounting program delivered on-campus at the intensive pre-business program delivered on-campus at the Asia Asia Pacific College of Business and Law, and an ongoing individual Pacific College of Business and Law, and an ongoing individual and and group mentoring component. group mentoring component. Successful completion of the program provides candidates with Successful completion of the program provides candidates with a pathway into the CDU Bachelor of Accounting or approved VET a pathway into the CDU Bachelor of Business or approved VET accounting programs. business programs. Delivered by a dedicated facilitator with both professional Delivered by a dedicated facilitator with both professional accounting expertise and experience in delivering training and expertise and experience in delivering training and education to education to First Nations learners, the delivery and materials are First Nations learners, the delivery and materials are tailored to tailored to meet the learning styles and needs of First Nations meet the learning styles and needs of First Nations learners. learners. In addition to the skills developed during the pre-accounting In addition to the skills developed during the pre-business program, the program also supports students to be successful in program, the program also supports students to be successful their subsequent accounting studies by familiarising them with in their subsequent business studies by familiarising them with the higher education accounting environment and expectations the higher education academic environment and expectations for study. The relationships built with other pre-accounting and for study. The relationships built with other pre-accounting and pre-business students and lecturers will also provide successful pre-business students and lecturers will also provide successful candidates with a supportive network from the very first day of candidates with a supportive network from the very first day of their studies. their studies. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This course is only available for First Nations peoples who would This course is only available for First Nations peoples who would like like to pursue a career in accounting and be supported through to pursue a career in business and be supported through peer-to- peer-to-peer learning and mentoring. peer learning and mentoring. Charles Darwin University 16 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

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      ENABLING COURSES First Nations Pre-Law Program Preparatory Studies COURSE CODE – ZIPLP1 COURSE CODE – ZPREP1 Waterfront Darwin Online DURATION – 4 weeks full-time DURATION – 6 weeks full-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Charles Darwin University (CDU) Asia Pacific College of The Preparatory Studies program provides the opportunity Business and Law delivers a First Nations pre-law and mentoring for students to develop knowledge & skills to prepare for CDU program commencing in January-February each year. The undergraduate courses (assumed knowledge). The preparatory program is made up of two components; a 4-week full-time studies program commencing in January or June each year, intensive pre-law program delivered on-campus at the Asia currently includes a bridging mathematics unit (PRP001 Pacific College of Business and Law, and an ongoing individual Preparatory Studies Mathematics) designed to prepare students and group mentoring component. who need to complete mathematics as part of their degree. Successful completion of the program provides candidates with PRP001 is especially useful for students who are considering a pathway into the CDU Bachelor of Laws program, with the enrolling into the undergraduate units SMA101 Mathematics 1A potential to commence law studies immediately after completion and SMA104 Concepts of Mathematics but may also be valuable of the pre-law program. preparation for other undergraduate courses requiring a higher level of mathematical knowledge and skills, such as Engineering, ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Information Technology, Applied Sciences and Education. This course is only available for First Nations peoples who would ENTRY REQUIREMENTS like to pursue a career in law and be supported through peer-to- peer learning and mentoring. This course is available to applicants who require a higher level This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. of assumed knowledge to meet the entry requirements for undergraduate study at CDU. Charles Darwin University 17 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

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      ENABLING COURSES Preparation for Tertiary Success 1 Preparation for Tertiary Success 2 COURSE CODE – ZPTS11 COURSE CODE – ZPTS21 Casuarina, DPC Alice Springs Casuarina DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Preparation for Tertiary Success 1 is a tertiary enabling course Preparation for Tertiary Success 2 (PTS) is an advanced level tertiary providing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with enabling course providing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander a culturally supported pathway to university readiness. The students with a culturally supported pathway to university readiness. course integrates Indigenous and Western knowledges and the The course integrates Indigenous and Western knowledges and the development of life-long learning skills such as: coping with development of life-long learning skills such as: coping with change, change, making meaningful links, asking critical questions, making meaningful links, asking critical questions, expressing expressing creativity, strengthening learning relationships, creativity, strengthening learning relationships, building resilience building resilience and developing strategic learning awareness. and developing strategic learning awareness. This program introduces you to the culture of higher education This program introduces you to the culture of higher education and builds the academic skills needed to achieve success in your and builds the academic skills needed to achieve success in your studies. studies. This course is for you if: This course is for you if: > you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; > you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; > you have not completed year 12; > you have not completed year 12; > you have completed year 12 but did not receive the required > you have completed year 12 but did not receive the required ATAR score; ATAR score; > you have completed a Certificate III or IV course or can > you have completed a Certificate III or IV course or can demonstrate sufficient skills and knowledge to undertake demonstrate sufficient skills and knowledge to undertake studies; studies; > you have not studied for a long time and want to refresh your > you have not studied for a long time and want to refresh your academic skills. academic skills. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS To be eligible for the Preparation for Tertiary Success Program All applicants must complete the diagnostic task. On successful (PTS), you must be 18 or over by the census date of the relevant completion of the task, an offer is made for Preparation for semester and of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent. You Tertiary Success 2 to ensure academic literacies/numeracies and will need Year 10 or Year 11 standard. If you are a mature person knowledges are at the required level for an enabling course of without Year 10 or 11, you can apply on the basis of your skills study at the advanced level. and experience. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 18 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

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      ABORIGINAL AND AUSTRALIAN STUDIES Diploma of Indigenous Research CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You will graduate with the knowledge and skills that are useful SATAC CODE – 116241 for research within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contexts, Casuarina, Online organisations and communities, government departments and agencies or private agencies and organisations that are involved UAC CODE – 591060 in Indigenous research. The course seeks to credential the Casuarina, Online Indigenous research knowledge and skills you already have and helps you apply it in other research settings. DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Consideration will be given to applicants that do not meet the University's minimum entry requirements who have relevant ABOUT THE COURSE professional experience and knowledge in Indigenous work. The Diploma of Indigenous Research is designed for Indigenous ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS students. It offers the opportunity to draw on your own Applicants will need to have the ability to draw on important knowledge, heritage and cultural traditions to carry out on-ground cultural knowledge and experiences, and observe relevant cultural research work and learn about ways that research may contribute protocols in the use of that knowledge to successfully complete this in positive ways to Indigenous people, places and futures. course. Applicants must contact the College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts by email [email protected] to If you are new to research, this course offers an introduction to arrange a short interview to discuss suitability prior to submitting key issues and themes, as well as the opportunity to develop an application. practical skills informed by the place where you live and its law This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. and knowledge. If you are already exploring your own research projects, the Diploma of Indigenous Research offers supervision and support, as well as the chance to meet other students exploring their own projects in other places. If you are an experienced researcher, the course offers a way to demonstrate this and be recognised for the skills and practices that are important in your workplace or community and to the people and places with whom you work. This course includes an on-ground research project where you will be supported to develop your own research work in urban or remote Aboriginal communities. All units in the course are available online and can be carried out in the places where you live and work. Charles Darwin University 20 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Bachelor of Accounting/Diploma of Laws The Diploma of Laws is designed to give you an understanding of aspects of law without committing to a full law degree. SATAC CODE – 184181 You will gain a broad understanding of the legal system, legal Waterfront Darwin, Online processes and some areas of the law. Select from a wide range of law elective units, for both a general understanding of the UAC CODE – 590721 law and legal principles, and some specialised knowledge. Upon Waterfront Darwin, Online completion of the Diploma, you can apply to study a Bachelor of Laws degree with full credit for units completed so you can finish DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time your degree faster. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Completion allows graduates to apply for membership of CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand ABOUT THE COURSE (CAANZ) or Chartered Institute of Management Accountants The Bachelor of Accounting/Diploma of Laws provides a sound (CIMA) (UK). knowledge base in the complementary fields of accounting and CAREER OPPORTUNITIES law. Students enrolled in the accounting degree can graduate with Completing a Bachelor of Accounting/Diploma of Laws dual two qualifications including a Bachelor of Accounting and Diploma qualification can lead to a wide range of career opportunities of Laws in a three year period when studying full-time. in small, medium and large organisations. An accountant with The Bachelor of Accounting includes financial accounting, knowledge of the law is better equipped to handle legal issues management accounting, taxation, business law and finance. relating to money. As a dual qualification graduate, you may This vocationally oriented and student-centred course provides become a financial accountant, management accountant, students with employment and professional skills needed in a financial auditor, tax auditor/preparer, business financial analyst, rapidly changing business environment. It allows for flexibility of or work in a large multinational company or 'Big Four' accounting study and prepares students for careers in a variety of business firm. Or, you could run your own businesses, work in a small local fields. The course also develops communication, presentation accounting firm, or work in other areas of business management. and problem solving skills. Successful completion of the degree There can be other career opportunities due to the combination will satisfy the entry requirements of the professional accounting of knowledge of accounting and law putting you in a unique bodies in Australia. advantage which a single qualification otherwise cannot offer. Charles Darwin University 21 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Bachelor of Accounting Bachelor of Business SATAC CODE – 184201 SATAC CODE Waterfront Darwin, Online – Customised Selection – 184071 UAC CODE – 590701 – Entrepreneurship and Innovation – 184081 Waterfront Darwin, Online – Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Strategic Marketing and Communication – 184091 DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time – Hospitality Management – 184191 – Human Resource Management – 184101 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 – International Management and Logistics – 184111 ABOUT THE COURSE – International Management and Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation – 184121 The Bachelor of Accounting prepares you with professional skills – Project Management – 184131 to become an accountant or work in a range of roles that rely on – Strategic Marketing and Communication – 184141 accounting knowledge. – Strategic Marketing and Communication, The course develops your communication, presentation and International Management and Logistics – 184151 problem-solving skills. You'll learn about financial accounting, – Tourism and Destination Management – 184161 management accounting, auditing, taxation, business law, – Workplace Health and Safety – 184171 corporate law, and finance. Waterfront Darwin, Online You can also choose to study business units to complement your personal interests and career options. Or, you may UAC CODE choose electives from other areas, including language studies, – Customised Selection – 590481 anthropology, history, social science, Indigenous studies, applied – Entrepreneurship and Innovation – 590511 science and engineering. – Entrepreneurship and Innovation, PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Strategic Marketing and Communication – 590541 As a graduate you'll be eligible to apply for membership of CPA – Hospitality Management – 590591 Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand – Human Resource Management – 590561 (CAANZ), and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants – International Management and Logistics – 590501 (CIMA) UK. – International Management and Logistics CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Entrepreneurship and Innovation – 590531 Completing a Bachelor of Accounting can lead to a wide range of – Project Management – 590571 career opportunities in small, medium and large organisations. As – Strategic Marketing and Communication – 590491 a graduate, you may become a financial accountant, management – Strategic Marketing and Communication, accountant, financial auditor, tax auditor/preparer, financial/ International Management and Logistics – 590521 business analyst, or work in a large multinational company or a – Tourism and Destination Management – 590551 Big Four accounting firm. Or, you could run your own businesses, – Workplace Health and Safety – 590581 work in a small local accounting firm, or work in other areas of business management. Waterfront Darwin, Online INHERENT REQUIREMENTS DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Business is a flexible qualification that develops your knowledge, skills and understanding of business and commerce through global and local contexts. You will be supported to be an innovative thinker and able to meet the challenges of a changing business world. The Bachelor of Business equips you with the career and professional skills you need to succeed. Communication, presentation and problem-solving skills are emphasised throughout the course. You will be supported to develop fundamental business knowledge and understanding, with the opportunity to specialise in particular areas of interest. Charles Darwin University 22 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Build your own business degree For the following majors the entry requirements are as follows: You can select majors that match your career goals: > Tourism and Destination Management - successful Opt to complete a single major in: completion of the VET qualification > Strategic Marketing and Communication • SIT50116 - Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management or > International Management and Logistics • SIT50416 - Diploma of Hospitality Management or > Entrepreneurship and Innovation. • SIT50316 - Diploma of Event Management. Or do a double major in: > Human Resource Management - successful completion of > Strategic Marketing and Communication, and International the VET qualification Management and Logistics • BSB41015 - Certificate IV in Human Resources or > Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and Strategic Marketing • BSB50618 - Diploma of Human Resources Management or and Communication > International Management and Logistics and • BSB50615 - Diploma of Human Resources Management. Entrepreneurship and Innovation. > Hospitality Management - successful completion of the VET If you hold a vocational education and training qualification in one qualification of the following fields you may be able to gain credit for your prior • SIT40416 - Certificate IV in Hospitality or study and opt for a major in: • SIT50416 - Diploma of Hospitality Management. > Tourism and Destination Management > Project Management - successful completion of the VET > Human Resource Management qualification > Project Management • BSB51415 - Diploma of Project Management. > Work Health and Safety > Workplace Health and Safety - successful completion of the > Hospitality Management. VET qualification The course is fully flexible, with full or part-time study options. • BSB51319 - Diploma of Work Health and Safety or You can study the Bachelor of Business online or on-campus. The • BSB51315 - Diploma of Work Health and Safety. course is suitable for a broad range of students who are seeking a INHERENT REQUIREMENTS successful career in business. Inherent requirements apply to this course. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. The Australian Government predicts strong industry demand for business degree graduates from a wide range of sectors. As a Bachelor of Business graduate, you will be qualified to pursue a range of exciting domestic and international career opportunities, which include business planning and management, brand management, marketing, market research, business analysis, e-commerce, human resource management, and many others. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Entry requirements for the Bachelor of Business are dependent on the single or double major award streams you are applying for; these are listed in the two blocks below. For the customised selection or the following majors, standard undergraduate requirements are required: > Strategic Marketing and Communication > International Management and Logistics > Entrepreneurship and Innovation > Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics > Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Strategic Marketing and Communication > International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Charles Darwin University 23 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Bachelor of Digital Enterprise Diploma of Digital Enterprise SATAC CODE – 184061 SATAC CODE – 186011 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online UAC CODE – 590281 UAC CODE – 591141 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods or equivalent Stage 2 Mathematical Methods or equivalent ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Digital Enterprise is a flexible, cutting-edge The Diploma of Digital Enterprise is a flexible, one-year degree that combines management, marketing and information qualification that builds critical skills and knowledge in the technology. It will give you a powerful, modern skillset in today's business and information technology spheres. It equips you competitive, global business environment. with a unique and powerful combination of skills, giving you a During the course, you'll combine practical and theory-based professional advantage in today's competitive business world. learning to develop knowledge and skills in: During the course, you'll complete core units and choose from IT > global management and marketing and business subjects to develop your knowledge in: > social and mobile aspects of business > global management and marketing > digital product innovation and development > social and mobile aspects of business > data and business analytics. > digital product innovation and development This focused combination of skills will equip you to strategically > data and business information systems. design and manage successful businesses, and give you a unique On completing this course, you will be eligible to transfer into the professional advantage. Bachelor of Digital Enterprise, or you may choose to specialise and You'll have the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your goals. move into the Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Information In addition to studying an important set of core subjects, you'll Technology. choose from a wide range of elective subjects in business and IT. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION As a Diploma of Digital Enterprise graduate, you will have the The Bachelor of Digital Enterprise will be accredited by Australia foundation to pursue further study, and the knowledge to take up Computer Society at the level of professional practice in ICT and an entry level career in digital enterprise, with specialised skills in therefore recognised internationally under the Seoul Accord. software and business concepts. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES INHERENT REQUIREMENTS As a Bachelor of Digital Enterprise graduate, you will have Inherent requirements apply to this course. the knowledge to pursue a career in digital enterprise, with See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. specialised skills in innovation and the management of digital businesses. Career opportunities also exist within web design, programming, entrepreneurship, and ICT analytics. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. 24 Charles Darwin University 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Bachelor of Computer Science/ Bachelor of Computer Science Master of Information Technology SATAC CODE – 104491 SATAC CODE – 104492 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 590260 UAC CODE – 590130 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 5 years full-time, 10 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Computer Science will prepare you to be part of a The Bachelor of Computer Science/Master of Information continually evolving and diverse field, developing new applications Technology is a combined degree that develops your skills and and systems to improve the modern world. knowledge in a specialised area of information technology. You will develop skills and knowledge in the technical principles During the Bachelor's component of the degree, you'll focus on and applications of computer science as well as strengthen your computer science. You'll learn how to improve the technologies problem solving, decision making and communication skills that are vital to the modern world and educate your community making you a confident and competent candidate for a role in the about their importance. IT industry. You will develop skills and knowledge in the principles and PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION applications of computer science. You will also strengthen your The Bachelor of Computer Science is accredited by Australia problem solving, decision making and communication skills, making Computer Society at the level of professional practice in ICT and you a confident and competent candidate for your dream job in IT. therefore recognised internationally under the Seoul Accord. During the Master's degree component of the course, you will CAREER OPPORTUNITIES focus on three specialisations in information technology: software engineering, cyber security, and information systems and data Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities science. This is an opportunity to explore your interests in these fields. as a computer scientist within the government sector, private companies and non-government organisations in areas such as PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION web design and development, games developer, networking This course is designed to meet the accreditation requirements of and application development, analyst, consultant, UX specialist, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) at Professional Level. This programmer, SEO specialist, database administrator, or business course is also designed to meet the European Quality Assurance analyst. Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE) accreditation INHERENT REQUIREMENTS requirements at master's level. Inherent requirements apply to this course. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. as a computer scientist in government, private companies and non-government organisations (NGO) as a web designer and developer, games developer, networking and application developer, analyst, consultant, UX specialist, programmer, SEO specialist, database administrator and business analyst. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 25 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours SATAC CODE – 104601 SATAC CODE – 104741 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 590370 UAC CODE – 590120 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods or equivalent The Bachelor of Information Technology will prepare you to be responsible for more than just systems or software; you will be ABOUT THE COURSE developing creative and innovative technologies for the modern The Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours will allow you world. to develop your understanding of the underlying principles and Throughout your studies, you will develop knowledge and skills applications of software engineering. Additionally, you will gain in areas such as web design and development, networking, professional knowledge and skills that will allow you to stand out application development and systems. from the crowd in the digital world. You will also be encouraged to be an open-minded problem Study opportunities are also provided to assist students to solver, a creative thinker as well as an engaging communicator, undertake sought-after industry modules, including Cisco and which will help progress your career in the IT industry. Microsoft certification. Study opportunities are also provided to assist students to undertake sought-after industry modules, including Cisco and PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Microsoft certificates. The Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours is accredited by Australia Computer Society at the level of professional practice in ICT PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION and therefore recognised internationally under the Seoul Accord. Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) at Professional Level. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Your broad skill set prepares you to move into both small and CAREER OPPORTUNITIES large organisations, consultancy, startups, government and private Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities companies. as an information technology specialist in government, private companies and non-government organisations (NGO) as a web INHERENT REQUIREMENTS designer and developer, networking and application developer, Inherent requirements apply to this course. system analyst, consultant, programmer, SEO specialist, database See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. administrator and project manager. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 26 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Associate Degree of Information and Associate Degree of Network Engineering Communication Technology SATAC CODE – 115121 SATAC CODE – 115111 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 592050 UAC CODE – 592030 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Associate Degree of Network Engineering will provide you The Associate Degree of Information and Communication with the skills, knowledge and confidence required to design, Technology (ICT) will prepare you to be part of a rapidly evolving operate and maintain networks that play a crucial role in the field and continually develop new applications to enhance the infrastructure of industry and government organisations. world we live in. Study opportunities are also provided to assist students to You will develop your knowledge of the principles and applications undertake sought-after industry modules, including Cisco and in the ICT field and strengthen your personal skills in areas such as Microsoft certification. problem-solving, decision making, effective communication and This course was designed in consultation with and is supported by teamwork. network engineering industry leaders. This course was developed in consultation with and is supported CAREER OPPORTUNITIES by ICT industry leaders and directly aligns with industry Graduating from this course may lead to various career requirements. opportunities including roles as a technician, helpdesk support CAREER OPPORTUNITIES and network and systems administrator. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities as INHERENT REQUIREMENTS an information technology specialist within government, private Inherent requirements apply to this course. companies and non-government organisations (NGO) as an analyst, See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. technician, web designer, developer or system administrator. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 27 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Diploma of Network Engineering You can also use this qualification to move into our other degree programs such as the Bachelor of Information Technology or SATAC CODE – 116121 Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours. Casuarina, Online Study opportunities are also provided to assist students to undertake sought-after industry modules, including Microsoft UAC CODE – 591080 certification. Casuarina, Online CAREER OPPORTUNITIES DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Graduating from this course may lead to entry-level roles in network systems, helpdesk support, information technology and DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 telecommunications. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS ABOUT THE COURSE Inherent requirements apply to this course. The Diploma of Network Engineering will prepare you for See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. entry-level network engineering roles by providing the skills and This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. knowledge required to design, operate and maintain networks that play a crucial role in the infrastructure of industry and government organisations. Your coursework will cover key areas of network engineering, including data networks and their implementation. You will combine academic studies with practical experience allowing you to further develop your skill set and provide you with the opportunity to stand out from the crowd in a competitive industry. Charles Darwin University 28 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Teaching (Birth-12 Years) This course has been accredited through the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory consistent with the standards SATAC CODE – 104641 established by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Casuarina, Online Leadership for the Accreditation of Initial Teacher Education Programs in Australia. UAC CODE – 590290 This program is approved with the Australian Children's Education Casuarina, Online and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). On graduating, you will be recognised as an Early Childhood Teacher by ACECQA. DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time On graduating from this course, you will be eligible to register as a teacher across all Australian State and Territory jurisdictions DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 (subject to meeting other eligibility criteria, such as National Literacy and Numeracy test for Initial Teacher Education as ABOUT THE COURSE per Teacher Registration Requirement, English proficiency and suitability to teach). The Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Teaching is an CAREER OPPORTUNITIES innovative course that prepares you to become an early childhood teacher and/or a primary school teacher. This gives you flexible Graduating from this course prepares you to teach in a prior to and versatile employment options. school setting, primary school or work in associated educational During the course, you explore issues, concepts and practices areas such as: which are common and specific to both early childhood education > curriculum development (including before school settings) and primary school education. > educational planning You'll learn about: > educational research > play and learning sciences > policy development. > language and literacy ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS > preparation for teaching Applicants must complete the Teaching Capabilities Statement > health and physical education used to demonstrate suitability for study and work in the teaching > science in education profession. > technology and design for education ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS > curriculum and programming Criminal History Check > maths You must have cleared a Police Check and/or Working with > leadership and advocacy in early childhood contexts Children Check before you can undertake your practical > humanities, social science and the environment. placements. If your Police Check and/or Working with Children Check are not cleared by the education sector, you will not be This unique teacher education course offers two career options able to undertake practice teaching placements and therefore, for graduates. It is an initial-teacher education qualification that will not meet the requirements of the course. encompasses working with children from birth to age 12 in both early childhood settings and primary schools. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS The course is designed to: Inherent requirements apply to this course. > develop professional knowledge and skills for teaching See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. children from birth to 12 years > prepare you for new and changing educational roles in early childhood and primary schools > develop your skills as a reflective teacher > explore the connection between theory and practice in early childhood and primary school education > ensure continuing awareness of the environmental and cultural influences on teaching and learning in early childhood and primary schools > better understand the needs of learners and communities with diverse linguistic and cultural orientations, including Indigenous learners. Charles Darwin University 29 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Bachelor of Education Primary PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Bachelor of Education Primary has been accredited through SATAC CODE – 104501 the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory. It is Casuarina, Online consistent with the standards established by the Australian SATAC CODE – 144111 Institute for Teaching and School Leadership for the Accreditation Batchelor of Initial Teacher Education Programs in Australia. When you graduate, you'll be eligible to register as a teacher UAC CODE – 590300 in schools across all Australian State and Territory jurisdictions Casuarina, Online (subject to meeting other eligibility criteria such as the National UAC CODE – 590304 Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Registration Batchelor Requirement, English proficiency and suitability to teach). DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating with a Bachelor of Education Primary prepares you DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 to teach in primary schools. It also prepares you to work in associated educational areas, such as: ABOUT THE COURSE > curriculum development > educational planning The Bachelor of Education Primary prepares you to become a > educational research primary school teacher and teach Transition to Year 6/7. > policy development. As a primary school teacher, you will be vital to a student's learning process. You will guide and develop their skills through ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS the various key learning systems of education during their early Applicants must complete the Teaching Capabilities Statement years at school. used to demonstrate suitability for study and work in the teaching In this course you will learn about: profession. > the school curriculum ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS > contemporary approaches to issues in education, such as Criminal History Check inclusivity You must have cleared a Police Check and/or Working with > child and adolescent development Children Check before you can undertake your practical > promoting positive behaviour placements. If your Police Check and/or Working with Children > improving the teaching-learning relationship in the Check are not cleared by the education sector, you will not be classroom able to undertake practice teaching placements and therefore, > raising awareness of issues surrounding Indigenous will not meet the requirements of the course. education INHERENT REQUIREMENTS > Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning Inherent requirements apply to this course. > developing an informed, evidence-based approach See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. to learning and teaching in primary settings. Practical experience: You will complete a minimum of 80 days of supervised practice teaching. You can study a Bachelor of Education Primary online or on campus, part-time or full-time. Should you choose to study online, you'll complete your placements close to home. When you graduate, your levels of personal literacy and numeracy will be broadly equivalent to the top 30% of the population. You are encouraged to review the employer eligibility requirements as they can vary state to state. Charles Darwin University 30 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Bachelor of Education Secondary The course is a mixture of discipline-specific curriculum and pedagogical studies, general education studies and professional SATAC CODE – 104511 experience. Casuarina, Online When you graduate, your levels of personal literacy and numeracy will be broadly equivalent to the top 30% of the Australian UAC CODE – 590310 population. Casuarina, Online Students are encouraged to review the employer eligibility DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time requirements as they can vary state to state. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 This course has been accredited through the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory consistent with the standards ABOUT THE COURSE established by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership for the Accreditation of Initial Teacher Education The Bachelor of Education Secondary prepares you to become a Programs in Australia. secondary school teacher, and teach year 7 to year 12. In this role, When you graduate, you'll be eligible to register as a teacher you will be responsible for educating and guiding students as they in schools across all Australian State and Territory jurisdictions prepare for the real world. If you are a good communicator, love (subject to meeting other eligibility criteria such as the National having fun with children and are passionate about sharing a love Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Registration of learning, then this may be the career for you! Requirement, English proficiency and suitability to teach). At CDU, you can study a Bachelor of Education Secondary CAREER OPPORTUNITIES online or on campus, part-time or full-time (for a majority of specialisations). This makes it easier to fit study into your existing Graduating with a Bachelor of Education Secondary prepares you commitments. When you graduate, you'll be qualified to register to teach in high schools. It also prepares you to work in associated as a teacher anywhere in Australia. educational areas, such as: The course focuses on the skills and knowledge that you will need > curriculum development to teach in high schools, as outlined by the Australian National > educational planning Curriculum. It meets both the national and local need for teachers > educational research committed to improving educational outcomes for children in year > policy development. 7 to year 12. ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS You will learn about: Applicants must complete the Teaching Capabilities Statement > the school curriculum used to demonstrate suitability for study and work in the teaching > contemporary approaches to issues in education, such as profession. inclusivity > child and adolescent development ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS > promoting positive behaviour Criminal History Check > improving the teaching-learning relationship in the classroom You must have cleared a Police Check and/or Working with Children Check before you can undertake your practical > Indigenous perspectives placements. If your Police Check and/or Working with Children > raising awareness of issues surrounding Indigenous education Check are not cleared by the education sector, you will not be > developing an informed, evidence-based approach to learning able to undertake practice teaching placements and therefore, and teaching in secondary school settings. will not meet the requirements of the course. As a secondary teacher, you will specialise in teaching INHERENT REQUIREMENTS certain subjects. As part of your degree, you will choose two Inherent requirements apply to this course. specialisations: a major and a minor. You can choose from a range See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. of options, including: > digital technology > health and physical education > humanities > Indigenous knowledges > languages > mathematics > music > science > visual arts. Charles Darwin University 31 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Diploma of Educational Studies This course will prepare you to work as an: > Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander education officer/worker SATAC CODE > Homeland teaching assistant – Early Childhood Education and Care – 116271 > Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander language and culture – Primary Education – 116281 teaching assistant – Secondary Education – 116291 > Inclusion supports facilitator Casuarina, Online > Education assistant UAC CODE > Support worker (children with disabilities) – Early Childhood Education and Care – 591120 > Education assistant (special needs) – Primary Education – 591150 > Teacher aide – Secondary Education – 591160 > Education support worker Casuarina, Online > Teacher assistant. DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 in areas such as vacation care, homework centres, teaching assistant/teacher's aide/education assistant. ABOUT THE COURSE The Diploma of Educational Studies is a versatile one year qualification that provides you with opportunities to undertake a range of roles in diverse educational settings. Depending on State and Territory requirements these may include: supporting teachers in school-age education (as an education aide, teacher's aide and assistant teacher) or working as an educator in out-of- school-hours care. Charles Darwin University 32 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Bachelor of Engineering Science/ As a professional: Master of Engineering > civil and structural engineer, you will continually challenge traditional civil and construction methods with creativity SATAC CODE and innovation to help design and manage structures for the modern world. Key areas include structures, water resources, – Civil and Structural – 104451 roads and traffic, bridges and marine structures. – Electrical and Electronics – 104461 > engineer in electrical and electronics, you are responsible – Mechanical – 104471 for the design, automation and control of devices which Casuarina, Online make modern life convenient. Key areas include electronics, telecommunications, biomedical applications, and power UAC CODE generation and distribution, including renewable energy. – Civil and Structural – 590140 > mechanical engineer, you are involved in the design and build – Electrical and Electronics – 590150 of large and small devices which improve transportation, and – Mechanical – 590160 provide affordable manufacturing and production solutions. Casuarina, Online Key areas include mechatronics, robotics, biomechanical applications, aeroplanes, cars, pumps and pipelines. DURATION – 5 years full-time, 10 years part-time PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Engineers Australia The Bachelor of Engineering Science (Civil and Structural) of PRE-REQUISITE this combined course is accredited by Engineers Australia at NTCET/SACE Stage 2: Mathematical Methods of Physics. the level of engineering technologist and therefore recognised Alternatively, completion of CDU SMA104 Concepts of internationally under the Sydney Accord. Mathematics unit or equivalent. The Bachelor of Engineering Science (Electrical and Electronics), and Bachelor of Engineering Science (Mechanical) of this ABOUT THE COURSE combined course are provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of engineering technologist. The Bachelor of Engineering Science/Master of Engineering Note: Engineers Australia initially gives provisional accreditation is an internationally accredited combined course that, upon for new engineering courses - full accreditation can be obtained completion, qualifies you to be recognised as a professional only after the first students have graduated. engineer. This course is developed with global industry leaders, The Master of Engineering of this combined course is accredited for industry, so you'll graduate job-ready. by Engineers Australia at the level of professional engineer and You can choose from three specialisations: civil and structural therefore recognised internationally under the Washington Accord. engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, or mechanical engineering. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Bachelor's component of the course develops the necessary Graduating from the civil and structural engineering major of this core skills and knowledge for your specialisation. You then move course may lead to professional opportunities in areas such as to the more advanced Master's level of study, and finish the design, construction, water supply and treatment, infrastructure course with a research thesis and design project. development, roads and traffic and project management. The Bachelor's degree will provide you with a sound base of Graduating from the electrical and electronics engineering major fundamental engineering principles, followed by specific learning of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas in the theory and practice of your specialisation. such as electronics, renewable energy, power generation and The Master's degree will expand your engineering specialist distribution, manufacturing, process control, mining, oil and gas, knowledge, with an emphasis on the themes of sustainability, consultation, and project management. creativity, teamwork, design, research and leadership. Graduating from the mechanical engineering major of this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, machinery, manufacturing and fabrication, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 33 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Bachelor of Engineering Honours power generation, storage and distribution, including renewable energy. You will develop skills in communication methods, SATAC CODE electronic control systems and power engineering, together with a background of sustainable engineering principles. – Civil and Structural – 104391 > mechanical engineer, you will be able to have a major role – Electrical and Electronics – 104401 in the design and construction of equipment for improved – Mechanical – 104411 transport, and to provide affordable manufacturing and Casuarina, Online production solutions for the manufacturing industry. Key areas UAC CODE include biomechanical applications, aeroplanes, cars, pumps, pipelines and air conditioning systems. – Civil and Structural – 590200 – Electrical and Electronics – 590210 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION – Mechanical – 590220 Graduates are eligible to apply for membership with Engineers Casuarina, Online Australia. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time Graduating from the civil and structural engineering major of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas such as DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 design, construction, water supply and treatment, infrastructure development, roads and traffic and project management. PRE-REQUISITE Graduating from the electrical and electronics engineering major NTCET/SACE Stage Two: Mathematical Methods or Physics. of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas Alternatively, completion of CDU SMA104 Concepts of such as electronics, renewable energy, power generation and Mathematics unit or equivalent. distribution, manufacturing, process control, mining, oil and gas, ABOUT THE COURSE consultation, and project management. Graduating from the mechanical engineering major of this The Bachelor of Engineering Honours will provide you with course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, an advanced conceptual understanding of the science and its machinery, manufacturing and fabrication, process control, application to engineering, followed by an advanced specialist mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. knowledge of the theory and practice of > civil and structural, INHERENT REQUIREMENTS > electrical and electronics, or Inherent requirements apply to this course. > mechanical engineering. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. The course will help you to develop skills for the planning and execution of engineering projects or research to advance the scientific basis of the discipline. The course specifically offers you hands-on practical experience, which will assist you in your future career as a professional engineer. This course also focuses on essential engineering skills including innovation, creativity, research, management, teamwork and leadership. This course was developed in consultation with and is supported by, industry leaders. You graduate with the foundation of engineering knowledge which directly aligns with international industry requirements. As a professional: > civil and structural engineer, you will be able to combine traditional and current construction methods with creativity and innovation, including the design and management of structures for the modern world. Your studies will focus on developing sustainable and ethical civil and structural solutions in areas such as structural engineering, water and roads, and traffic, and their uses and principles of sustainability. > electrical and electronics engineer, you will be able to fulfil major roles in the design, automation and control of devices which make modern life convenient. You will be involved in electronics, telecommunications, biomedical applications and Charles Darwin University 34 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Bachelor of Engineering Science > electrical and electronics engineering, you will be able to work together with engineers and technologists on the SATAC CODE design, automation and control of the devices which make modern life convenient. You are involved in electronics, – Civil and Structural – 104421 telecommunications, biomedical applications and power – Electrical and Electronics – 104431 generation and distribution, including renewable energy. – Mechanical – 104441 > mechanical engineering, you will be able to collaborate with Casuarina, Online other engineers and technologists in the design and build of UAC CODE large and small devices which improve transportation and provide affordable manufacturing and production solutions. – Civil and Structural – 590320 Key areas include mechatronics, robotics, biomechanical – Electrical and Electronics – 590330 applications, aeroplanes, cars, pumps and pipelines. – Mechanical – 590340 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Casuarina, Online Engineers Australia DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time The Bachelor of Engineering Science (Civil and Structural) is accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of engineering technologist and therefore recognised internationally under the DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Sydney Accord. ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE The Bachelor of Engineering Science (Electrical and Electronics), Stage One Mathematical Methods or equivalent and Bachelor of Engineering Science (Mechanical) are provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of engineering ABOUT THE COURSE technologist. Note: Engineers Australia initially gives provisional accreditation for The Bachelor of Engineering Science will provide you with the new engineering courses - full accreditation can only be obtained necessary scientific knowledge that underpins your engineering after the first students have graduated. discipline, followed by a specialist knowledge of the theory and practice of civil and structural, electrical and electronics, and CAREER OPPORTUNITIES mechanical engineering. Graduating from the civil and structural major of this course may The course will help you to develop skills for the planning and lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, construction, execution of engineering projects. water supply and treatment, infrastructure development, roads The course specifically offers extensive hands-on practical and traffic and project management. experience, which will help you in your future career as an Graduating from the electrical and electronics engineering major engineering technologist. Essential engineering skills including of this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as innovation, creativity, management and teamwork are also electronics, renewable energy, power generation and distribution, features of the course. manufacturing, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, This course was developed in consultation with and is supported and project management. by industry leaders. You graduate with a sound foundation of Graduating from the mechanical engineering major of this engineering knowledge which directly aligns with international course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, industry requirements. machinery, manufacturing and fabrication, process control, You can combine this course with the two-year Master of mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. Engineering as an accredited pathway towards becoming a INHERENT REQUIREMENTS professional engineer. This pathway is similar to engineering Inherent requirements apply to this course. programs offered in Europe and is an alternative to the traditional See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. four-year Bachelor of Engineering Honours course. As a technologist in: > civil and structural engineering, you will be able to work with other engineers and technologists on the design and maintenance of structures for the modern world. Key areas include water resources, roads and traffic, bridges and marine structures. Your studies will focus on developing sustainable and ethical civil and structural solutions in areas such as structural engineering, water and its uses and the principles of sustainability. Charles Darwin University 35 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Associate Degree of Engineering CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from the civil and structural specialisation of this SATAC CODE course may lead to paraprofessional engineering opportunities in – Civil and Structural – 115171 areas such as design, construction, water supply and treatment, infrastructure development, roads and traffic and project – Electrical and Electronics – 115181 management. – Mechanical – 115191 Graduating from the electrical and electronics specialisation Casuarina, Online of this course may lead to paraprofessional engineering career UAC CODE opportunities in areas such as electronics, renewable energy, – Civil and Structural – 592060 power generation, storage and distribution, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. – Electrical and Electronics – 592070 Graduating from the mechanical specialisation may lead to – Mechanical – 592080 paraprofessional engineering career opportunities in areas such Casuarina, Online as design, manufacturing and fabrication, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time INHERENT REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Stage One Mathematical Methods or equivalent ABOUT THE COURSE The Associate Degree of Engineering will provide a sound basis of fundamental engineering concepts, followed by the application of civil and structural, electrical and electronics or mechanical engineering theory and practice. The course will help you to develop skills for solving common engineering problems as well as prepare you for further study of more advanced engineering concepts in the Bachelor of Engineering Science and Bachelor of Engineering Honours. As an engineering associate in: > civil and structural: you will contribute to the design, operation and maintenance of structures and systems for the modern world. Key areas include water resources, roads and traffic, bridges and marine structures. > electrical and electronics: you will assist with the design, automation and control of devices which make modern life convenient. You are involved in electronics, telecommunications, biomedical applications and power generation, storage and distribution, including renewable energy. > mechanical: you contribute to the design and construction of devices which improve transportation and provide more affordable manufacturing and production solutions. Key areas include mechatronics, robotics, biomechanical applications, aeroplanes, cars, pumps and pipelines. In addition to specific engineering knowledge, essential engineering skills including innovation, creativity and teamwork are developed. This course was developed in consultation with and is supported by industry leaders. It provides a sound foundation of engineering knowledge which can lead to further engineering study or to employment as an engineering associate. Charles Darwin University 36 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Diploma of Engineering CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from the Diploma of Engineering may lead to entry- SATAC CODE – 116211 level engineering roles. Casuarina, Online INHERENT REQUIREMENTS UAC CODE – 591030 Inherent requirements apply to this course. Casuarina, Online See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Stage One Mathematical Methods or equivalent ABOUT THE COURSE The Diploma of Engineering is ideal if you're curious about studying engineering and would like to learn more, but are unsure about committing to a full undergraduate degree. During your engineering studies, you will explore some of the general concepts, principles and practices of engineering, develop your technical skills and build upon your maths and science knowledge. With the diploma, you qualify for entry-level engineering roles, or you can continue onto other engineering degree courses such as CDU's Associate Degree in Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering Science or Bachelor of Engineering Honours. Charles Darwin University 37 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Bachelor of Environmental Science CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course prepares you with the skills and SATAC CODE – 104531 knowledge to work within the government sector, private companies Casuarina, Online or community organisations, in areas including environment and heritage, biodiversity conservation, land and water resource UAC CODE – 590450 management, mine site rehabilitation, nature-based tourism, Casuarina, Online Aboriginal land management, wildlife and reserve management, land-care, teaching, consultancy or environmental research. DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time INHERENT REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ABOUT THE COURSE This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. With the Bachelor of Environmental Science your academic studies will be combined with practical experience, allowing you to play an active role in the protection and conservation of the environment. Foundation knowledge including biology, ecology and spatial analysis will be the base from which you learn to solve complex environmental problems. You will explore human impact, social and cultural perspectives, identify solutions to environmental challenges, and learn how to effectively communicate information for positive environmental outcomes. Training in critical and systems thinking will empower you to tackle the environmental challenges of our time. Charles Darwin University 38 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Arts CDU's Bachelor of Arts develops both the breadth and depth of your knowledge. It gives you the freedom to focus on your area of SATAC CODE interest, while also studying other subjects from a wide range of – Architectural Design – 104751 fields. – Communications, Literature and Digital Media At CDU, you'll benefit from a unique focus on Indigenous – 104761 leadership and the issues and opportunities facing Northern – Contemporary Indigenous Australia – 104771 Australia and South-East Asia. – Creative and Digital Arts – 104781 You'll also have the flexibility to study online, on campus or a – Global Humanities in a Digital Age – 104791 mix of both, part-time or full-time. With 24/7 access to learning – Indigenous Governance and Policy – 104801 materials and online collaboration tools, you can study when it – Languages and Linguistics – 104811 suits you. – Music Making, Production and Performance – 104821 Choose from nine majors: – Society and Culture – 104831 Communications, Literature and Digital Media: Explore how Casuarina, Online the digital age is changing communication, interaction and the way information is shared. Learn about social media, media SATAC CODE ethics, creative and professional writing, and multi-screen (only available to Indigenous students) communication. – Contemporary Indigenous Australia – 144151 Society and Culture: Learn how philosophy, sociology and – Indigenous Governance and Policy – 144161 Indigenous knowledge traditions influence the way we think – Languages and Linguistics – 144171 about the world and make decisions. You'll explore the social Batchelor issues facing Northern Australia and Southeast Asia and the UAC CODE cultural drivers that impact change. – Architectural Design – 590620 Global Humanities in a Digital Age: Examine the impact – Communications, Literature and Digital Media of today's digital environment on politics, public policy and – 590630 government decision making in Australia and South-East Asia, and – Contemporary Indigenous Australia – 590680 understand how lessons learned from the past can inform the government decisions of the future. – Creative and Digital Arts – 590640 Indigenous Governance and Policy: Develop the knowledge and – Global Humanities in a Digital Age – 590650 skills to develop meaningful policy and implement change for – Indigenous Governance and Policy – 590690 Australia's Indigenous peoples. You'll learn about the sociological, – Languages and Linguistics – 590670 economic, historical and cultural drivers that impact Australia's – Music Making, Production and Performance – 590660 Indigenous policy making and governance. – Society and Culture – 590610 Contemporary Indigenous Australia: Gain the skills and Casuarina, Online knowledge to work with Indigenous cultures and communities in a UAC CODE culturally-competent way. This major focuses on developing your (only available to Indigenous students) inter-cultural practice, with an emphasis on the role of Indigenous – Contemporary Indigenous Australia – 590684 languages, cultural sites, land rights and resources, community – Indigenous Governance and Policy – 590694 engagement and advocacy. – Languages and Linguistics – 590674 Languages and Linguistics: Learn a new language and examine Batchelor the role of language and linguistics in our communities - Chinese, Greek, Indonesian or one of three Indigenous languages (Yolngu, DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Arrernte or Bininj Kunwok). Explore the mechanics of language, the role of languages in our socioeconomic and political lives, and DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 how languages shape our identities and strengthen communities. Opportunities exist to advance your language skills with an in- country study program. ABOUT THE COURSE Creative and Digital Arts: Gain the skills, knowledge and portfolio The Bachelor of Arts is a highly flexible, new-age degree featuring to succeed in the creative and digital arts industries. Learn about a choice of nine majors, each offering a unique perspective on creative theory and business practices and complete a range of the world around you and your role in it. You'll learn how to creative projects using new and emerging design technologies. improve your decision making, generate new ideas, and think Music Making, Production and Performance: Learn to make, critically and creatively. produce and perform music. You'll complete a combination of At a time when some jobs are disappearing, others are evolving theory-based and hands-on subjects using new and emerging and new jobs are emerging, these are the transferable skills that technologies, and gain industry experience through community- will future proof your career. based projects. Charles Darwin University 39 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Architectural Design: Explore the concepts and theories of INHERENT REQUIREMENTS architectural design, focusing on Australia's north, the tropics and Inherent requirements apply to this course. South-East Asia. Learn how to represent your ideas, understand See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. space and the built form, and use industry-standard tools, technologies and architectural techniques. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in a wide range of fields. The knowledge and skills you acquire through this degree will prepare you for work in a range of government and statutory authorities such as land councils, museums, training and research organisations, diplomacy, policy advisor, communications, media, or consultancy particularly where these organisations engage with central and northern Australia and Asia. Study with a focus on creative endeavours will support your career as a artist, writer, designer or performer, particularly if you can combine your study with some work in entrepreneurship and business management. Charles Darwin University 40 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Humanitarian Aid and With an unprecedented number of displaced people across the world seeking life-saving relief, there is a growing need for skilled Development and trained humanitarian and development aid workers. This degree will give you the knowledge and skills to provide support SATAC CODE – 104631 for those affected by man-made and natural disasters, poverty and Casuarina, Online social injustice. UAC CODE – 590460 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Casuarina, Online The Human Services major of this course is accredited by Australian DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Community Workers Association (ACWA). To receive ACWA professional body recognition students need to complete all 6 units in the Human Services group of units in the course structure. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ABOUT THE COURSE Graduates exit the program with a foundation in community work, human service delivery and international humanitarian practice. The Bachelor of Humanitarian Aid and Development is an inter- Career opportunities include working for non-government disciplinary degree that will teach you to understand, critically organisations (NGOs) and government agencies in the field analyse and apply concepts of community development, of community development and international humanitarian humanitarian practice and development aid. assistance and development aid. During the course, you'll explore concepts in a variety of fields The degree provides an excellent basis to pursue a higher degree including culture studies, sociology, ethics, Indigenous knowledge, in allied fields including emergency and disaster management, community development, international humanitarian assistance humanitarian and development aid as well as international relations. and development, project management, and language studies. You'll learn from academics and industry practitioners who have a ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS professional focus on national and international community work, You will require a National Police Clearance from the Australian disaster relief and development. Federal Police, a Working with Children Card (OCHRE Card or Hands-on experience matters in the industry, which is why you'll equivalent) and a first aid training certificate (in time to start your complete a two-week intensive unit at our Casuarina campus in placements). Darwin. This will give you the knowledge and practical skills to work INHERENT REQUIREMENTS in humanitarian assistance. Inherent requirements apply to this course. In your final year, you'll also complete a 400-hour placement with a See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. community-based, humanitarian or development aid organisation in Australia or overseas. International placements are available with industry partners, including in the Asia Pacific. Charles Darwin University 41 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Social Work SATAC CODE – 104871 SATAC CODE – 104611 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 590560 UAC CODE – 590440 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Pursue your dream. Our Bachelor of Psychological Science is The Bachelor of Social Work is a professionally recognised course the stepping stone to a career as a psychologist. Undertake this that prepares you to pursue a career as a social worker, working with Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited people to achieve changes to enhance their wellbeing. You will work degree online, on campus, or via a combination of both. It collaboratively with individuals, families, groups and communities to provides you an integrated and foundational understanding meet their identified goals across various fields of practice. of human behaviour including the fundamental premise of As a social worker you will provide support, counselling, case psychology as an empirically based science. management, and/or community development, advocating You will also become skilled in a range of psychology fields such as for social change to create a more socially just society. Using abnormal psychology, personality and development and you will principles of social justice, human rights and respect for diversity have the opportunity to take specialist electives such as forensic you will be promoting social change and empowerment. psychology, counselling, alchol and drugs and psychology of sport. With the Bachelor Social Work, you will gain the knowledge and Successfully completing the course and maintaining a minimum practical skills required to work with individuals, families, groups GPA of 5.5 or better (and a credit or better in PSY248 and PSY337) and communities in a safe and inclusive way with those in crisis, will prepare you to undertake further study by applying to enrol or impacted by poverty and social disadvantage. into an Honours degree at CDU or elsewhere. Please note that Key areas of your coursework include multi-disciplinary practice, our Honours degree is subject to a quota, and your opportunity to cross-cultural practice, working in virtual contexts and based on the enrol in our Honours degree is not guaranteed. entry/application requirements of human service organisations. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This course is accredited by the Australian Psychology Graduates of the Bachelor of Social Work qualify for membership Accreditation Council (APAC) and will prepare you for entry into to the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). an Honours year in psychology. During your studies, you will also be eligible to join the Australian Psychological Society as a student CAREER OPPORTUNITIES member. Graduation from this course leads to career opportunities in practice CAREER OPPORTUNITIES areas including child protection, income support, community health, community development, counselling, youth work, mental health, As a graduate of our Bachelor of Psychological Science you may hospital social work, education and corrections. find employment in: > human resources, INHERENT REQUIREMENTS > preventative health education and training, Inherent requirements apply to this course. > community services, See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. > advertising and marketing, and > sport and rehabilitation. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 42 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs Diploma of Arts Practice SATAC CODE – 116301 Casuarina, Online SATAC CODE – 116331 SATAC CODE – 146061 Casuarina, Online Batchelor (only available to Indigenous students) UAC CODE – 591200 UAC CODE – 591130 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 591134 DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Batchelor (only available to Indigenous students) DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time ABOUT THE COURSE DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Our Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs Practice introduces ABOUT THE COURSE you to contemporary issues, research and interventions in the Australian alcohol and other drugs (AOD) field. This Diploma is The Diploma of Arts offers students a pathway into diverse designed for those seeking career entry into the AOD sector, or specialist and interdisciplinary thematic areas including professionals working in the fields of mental health, education, > communications, text and digital media; nursing, social work, Indigenous studies, health sciences, etc. > society and culture; Our program delivers the latest evidence-based research to > digital and global humanities; provide you with the skills and competencies necessary to > Indigenous governance and policy; navigate the complex and growing challenges faced in the alcohol > contemporary Indigenous Australian languages and linguistics; and other drugs sector to meet specific professional development > digital and creative arts; needs, expand employment opportunities or continue to future undergraduate studies. > music, production and performance; and As a student you will: > architectural design. > Gain the skills to evaluate and implement current research As a student, your journey through this program will also develop evidence in the AOD field. core communication, critical and creative thinking skills to prepare > Develop and expand your knowledge, gaining practical skills you to participate in a multi-disciplinary and global workforce. and competencies leading to an entry point of employment or The Diploma of Arts is ideal for anyone who wants a taste of increased employment opportunities. studying arts and would like to gain a qualification but may not be > Develop competencies for professional practice required ready to commit to a full bachelor's degree. within anticipated environments in which AOD services are delivered. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES > Have the choice to study on campus or learn via flexible Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in a online study to suit your busy schedule. wide range of fields. The knowledge and skills you acquire through this qualification will begin to prepare you for work in a range CAREER OPPORTUNITIES of government and statutory authorities such as land councils, As a graduate of this course, you will have the opportunity to work museums, training and research organisations, as a policy advisor, in a variety of careers such as alcohol and drugs advisor, support or work in diplomacy, communications, media, or consultancy: worker, mental health worker or psychosocial rehabilitation particularly where these organisations engage with central and worker. northern Australia and Asia. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Study with a focus on creative endeavours will support your career as an artist, writer, designer or performer, particularly if Inherent requirements apply to this course. you can combine your study with some work in entrepreneurship See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. and business management. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 43 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Diploma of Counselling ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of SATAC CODE – 116341 Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an Casuarina, Online Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 60*. Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate III UAC CODE – 591170 level or higher. Casuarina, Online Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma. Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 140. Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program, the ABOUT THE COURSE Preparation for Tertiary Success courses, or other recognised tertiary preparation course. Shape your career path. Our Diploma of Counselling is an Submission of an acceptable personal competencies statement excellent first step if you are seeking a rewarding and interesting and/or employment experience. career, want to increase your current qualifications or simply have Defence members with service of 1 year or more at the following an interest in psychology, social work and counselling. ranks (or higher) meet the academic entry requirement for this You will be provided with a range of skills and knowledge, including course: communication skills, an introduction to psychology and cultural > Air Force: Aircraftman/Aircraftwoman, Corporal, Leading intelligence. Our Diploma of Counselling will also prepare you with Aircraftman/Aircraftwoman the necessary knowledge and skills required for progression into > Army: Corporal, Lance Corporal, Private the APAC approved Bachelor of Psychological Science, however the Diploma is not iteself an APAC approved course. > Navy: Able Seaman, Leading Seaman, Seaman. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES *After any applicable adjustment factors have been applied. As a graduate of this course, you will have the opportunity to INHERENT REQUIREMENTS work in various fields including counsellor, counselling support Inherent requirements apply to this course. worker, case worker and case manager. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 44 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Diploma of Psychology Diploma of Social Care SATAC CODE – 116351 SATAC CODE – 116261 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 591180 UAC CODE – 591100 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Shape your career path. Our Diploma of Psychology is an excellent Whether you are seeking a new career, or looking to build on your first step if you are considering a career in psychology, want to existing experience, our Diploma of Social Care provides you with increase your current qualifications, or simply have an interest in knowledge and skills for a range of community and human service psychology. roles. The social care and community sector is a rapidly growing Our diploma will prepare you with the necessary knowledge field offering a wide variety of employment options. and skills for progression into the APAC approved Bachelor of You will learn about working with individuals, groups and Psychological Science, however the Diploma is not itself an APAC communities to help people access the care, support and approved course. services they need. You will also learn to locate and analyse key CAREER OPPORTUNITIES information to help you make practice decisions. As a graduate of our Diploma of Psychology you will be prepared As a graduate you will have the skills for employment in for career opportunities in various psychology-related fields in community work, residential care, support services, youth work government, private companies, non-government organisations and aged care. This course provides a direct pathway into the (NGO) and community groups. The course may also complement Bachelor of Social Work degree at Charles Darwin University, with your existing professional career. full credit for the first year of study. Inherent requirements apply. See website for details. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as youth services and support, aged care services and support, child and family programs, disability support and advocacy, refugee and asylum seeker support and advocacy, community service support and advocacy. Charles Darwin University 45 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES Bachelor of Laws Associate Degree of Legal Studies SATAC CODE – 184051 SATAC CODE – 185001 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online UAC CODE – 590381 UAC CODE – 592041 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Laws degree provides you with the academic The Associate Degree of Legal Studies is for anyone who is foundation to become a lawyer or work in a range of industries interested in broadening their understanding of the legal system that require legal expertise, including politics, policy, government, without committing to a full law degree. business and private legal practice. This course will give you a broad understanding of the law, legal At CDU, you can complete a Bachelor of Laws in just three years, processes and legal principles and introduce you to practical areas with options to study your law degree 100% online, on campus of the law such as torts, contracts, criminal law and transnational or a mix of both. On graduating, you will be eligible to apply for law. admission to the legal practice anywhere in Australia. It caters for two groups of students: those who have a general The Bachelor of Laws teaches you about legal systems and interest in legal issues without wishing to complete a full law principles in Australia and abroad. You'll gain skills in legal degree, and those who wish to gauge their interest in legal studies research, analysis and communication, and learn theoretical and perhaps later seek to undertake a full law degree program. perspectives on the law. The course also has a unique focus on CAREER OPPORTUNITIES transnational law (which looks at how laws are applied in more than one jurisdiction) and comparative law (which examines Completing the Associate Degree of Legal Studies may lead to different legal systems from around the world), so you'll gain career opportunities in administrative, secretarial or paralegal insight into the legal issues facing today's globalised economies roles in government, corporate and private legal environment. and societies. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS If you choose to study law online, you'll have 24/7 access to Inherent requirements apply to this course. CDU's online learning platform, recorded lectures and tutorial See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. assistance. You can study where, when and how it suits you. As the Bachelor of Laws is a competitive course, you're also encouraged to apply for the Associate Degree of Legal Studies or the Diploma of Laws. These programs are an alternative pathway to the Bachelor of Laws. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Bachelor of Laws is accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admission Board of the Northern Territory and provides the academic foundation for admission to legal practice in the Northern Territory and elsewhere in Australia. To be admitted to legal practice in Australia, you must also complete the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP). This can be taken through The College of Law, Sydney, and completed online. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A Bachelor of Laws degree prepares you for a wide range of jobs. You may choose to pursue a career as solicitor or barrister, or work in fields that benefit from legal expertise, such as politics, public service, industrial relations, community advocacy or commerce in general. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 46 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES Diploma of Laws SATAC CODE – 186001 Waterfront Darwin, Online UAC CODE – 591071 Waterfront Darwin, Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Diploma of Laws offers you a general understanding of the law, legal processes and legal principles, as well as an opportunity to gain the specialist knowledge you may need for work or other reasons. This program is also suitable for internationally qualified lawyers who need to complete some Australian subjects to qualify for admission to legal practice in Australia and is a recognised pathway to the Bachelor of Laws at Charles Darwin University. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Completing the Diploma of Laws may lead to roles in politics, industrial relations and community advocacy in government, private companies and non-government organisations (NGO). Charles Darwin University 47 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science/ ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Master of Nutrition Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an SATAC CODE – 104891 Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 70*. Casuarina, Online Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate IV level or higher. DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma with a GPA of DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 at least 5. Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered ABOUT THE COURSE equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 147. Gain in-depth knowledge of Exercise and Sport Science and the Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program or the essentials of human nutrition. Preparation for Tertiary Success courses or other recognised Make a difference by using the knowledge, skills, and industry tertiary preparation course. experience you receive to promote health and wellbeing amongst ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS people with different backgrounds and nutritional requirements. Become an allied health professional, well-positioned to take Inherent requirements apply – see essential requirements. key roles in society, communities, and sporting organisations ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS promoting healthy lifestyles through healthy eating programs and If you are undertaking a course with work integrated learning enhanced levels of physical activities. you must demonstrate compliance with the following checks and Our Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science/Master of Nutrition requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct course is a flexible four-year full-time or eight years part-time documentation is obtained prior to commencing placements. A degree offered in face to face and/or online mode. Through work- national and/or international Police check and a current Working integrated learning, our Exercise and Sport Science/Nutrition with Children check are required regarding suitability to undertake course will provide you with real-life experience and assist in your placements. progress from university to workplace. The majority of health facilities will require students to present a PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION complete immunisation schedule, and First Aid certificate. As a graduate of our Exercise Science and Nutrition degree you willl be eligible to apply for membership of the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA), Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) Fitness Australia, Sports Medicine Australia (SMA), Australian Health Promotion Association Australia (AHPA). The Master of Nutrition has been developed to align with the nutrition science competencies which enables graduates to apply for accreditation as 'Associate Nutritionist' with the Nutrition Society of Australia. After 3 years of relevant work experience, graduates are eligible to apply for accreditation as 'Nutritionist'. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You may find career opportunities in areas such as community health centres, health promotion organisations, government and non-government organisations, food industry, acute health services, sporting organisations, universities and research organisations. Roles may include nutrition consulting, nutrition educator, health promotion officer, public health and policy advisors, food and nutrition programming. Charles Darwin University 48 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Science/Master of ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Speech and Language Therapy Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an SATAC CODE – 104711 Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 70*. Casuarina, Online Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate IV level or higher. DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma with a GPA of DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 at least 5. Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered ABOUT THE COURSE equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 147. Become a qualified speech pathologist. Our four-year Bachelor Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program or the of Health Science/Master of Speech and Language Therapy Preparation for Tertiary Success courses or a recognised enabling equips you to work as a speech pathologist within the Australian course of at least 12 months duration. healthcare system. Be ready and able to assist people achieve their highest quality of ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS life at work, home, and socially, irrespective of age, disability, or If you are undertaking a course with clinical or fieldwork illness. placements you must demonstrate compliance with the following In addition to online studies, you will complete intensive on- checks and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that campus residentials giving you the opportunity to develop the correct documentation is obtained prior to commencing and practise your clinical skills under the guidance of your clinical/fieldwork placements. A national and/or international lecturers, before attending external clinical placements. You will police check and a current Working with Children check are also complete three clinical placements during the last three required regarding suitability to undertake clinical/fieldwork semesters of your studies. placements. Our Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Speech and Language The majority of health facilities will require you to present a Therapy degree graduates are equipped to work in hospitals, complete immunisation schedule, and First Aid certificate as you rehabilitation centres, aged care facilities, community health progress to placements in your Master of Speech and Language clinics, schools or disability organisations. Therapy. Our Health Science/Speech and Language Therapy course offers international study opportunities and welcomes both First Nations and international students with dedicated support services on hand to support you through your degree. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION As a graduate of our Health Science/Speech and Language Therapy degree you will be able to apply for membership with Speech Pathology Australia once the course is successfully accredited. The course will seek accreditation from Speech Pathology Australia prior to the first cohort graduating in 2023. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As a graduate of our Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Speech and Language Therapy degree you may find career opportunities in areas such as hospitals, community health centres, residential and age care facilities, disability services, paediatric facilities, mental health facilities, education facilities, universities and research facilities, juvenile justice centres and private clinics. Charles Darwin University 49 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Science/ CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Master of Nutrition As a graduate of our Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Nutrition degree you may find career opportunities in areas such SATAC CODE – 104691 as community health centres, health promotion organisations, Casuarina, Online government and non-government organisations, food industry, acute health services, sporting organisations, universities and UAC CODE – 590180 research organisations. Roles may include nutrition consulting, Casuarina, Online nutrition educator, health promotion officer, public health and policy advisors, food and nutrition programming. DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 70*. ABOUT THE COURSE Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate IV Be qualified to pursue a diverse career in health, focusing on how level or higher. food and nutrition impacts the health of individuals, families, Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or communities and industry. equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma with a GPA of Our combined Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Nutrition at least 5. degree prepares you for roles in food research, dietetic studies, Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered food and health policy, or individual or community nutrition equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. strategies, and public health. Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 147. In addition to online studies, you will complete 100 days of Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program or the work-integrated learning mastering supported, relevant practical Preparation for Tertiary Success courses or other recognised projects in food service, nutrition communication, as well as a tertiary preparation course. nutrition project and research. ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Our Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Nutrition graduates Inherent requirements apply – see essential requirements. find work in nutrition-focused areas such as food and nutrition policy, food industry, community health organisations, acute care ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS settings, or in public health and health promotion. If you are undertaking a course with clinical or fieldwork Our Health Science/Nutrition course offers international study placements you must demonstrate compliance with the following opportunities and welcomes both First Nations and international checks and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that students with dedicated support services on hand to support you the correct documentation is obtained prior to commencing through your degree. clinical/fieldwork placements. A national and/or international PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION police check and a current Working with Children check are As a graduate of our Health Science/ Nutrition degree you required regarding suitability to undertake clinical/fieldwork will be eligible to apply for accreditation as an 'Associate placements. Nutritionist' with the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA). After The majority of health facilities will require you to present a 3 years of relevant work experience, you are eligible to apply complete immunisation schedule, and First Aid certificate as you for accreditation as a `Nutritionist'. You may also apply for for progress to placements in the Master of Nutrition. membership with the Australian Health Promotion Association and the Public Health Association of Australia. Charles Darwin University 50 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Science/ ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Master of Occupational Therapy The Master of Occupational Therapy is a highly competitive course with a limited number of places. This means that although SATAC CODE – 104901 you may meet the minimum entry requirements for the course, Casuarina, Online you may not be ranked high enough to receive an offer. Subquotas are in place for First Nation and NT Resident applicants. DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time Please be advised short-listed applicants may be required to undertake an interview. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 70*. ABOUT THE COURSE Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate IV Occupational therapy (OT) is a degree-based health profession. level or higher. Our accredited Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or Occupational Therapy degree is regulated by the Australian Health equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma with a GPA of Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). at least 5. Be equipped with the skills and knowledge to improve the lives Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered of people, families, and communities with which you work. As equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. a graduate of our Health Science/Occupational Therapy degree Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 147. you will understand the importance of occupation to peoples and Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program or the communities health and well-being. You will develop the skills and Preparation for Tertiary Success courses or other recognised knowledge to help achieve optimal health and well-being. tertiary preparation courses. Secure practical experience by completing 1,000 hours of practice education with the support of our academics and ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS registered occupational therapy professionals. Unique placement Under National Law, you will be required to comply with a range opportunities exist in the Northern Territory's regional, rural and of legislative requirements. remote areas. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Our Health Science/Occupational Therapy degree offers The Bachelor of Health Science/ Master of Occupational Therapy international study opportunities and welcomes both First Nations is a highly competitive course with a limited number of places. and international students with dedicated support services on This means that although you may meet the minimum entry hand to support you through your degree. requirements for the course, you may not be ranked high enough PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION to receive an offer. CDU’s Bachelor of Health Science/ Master of Occupational English Language requirements apply. Therapy has been approved by the Occupational Therapy Board Subquotas are in place for First Nation and NT Resident applicants. of Australia and accredited by the Occupational Therapy Council, Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or Occupational Therapy Australia. equivalent international qualification with at least a credit average All students within the occupational therapy program will be (GPA of 5.00). registered by the College with the Australian Health Practitioner Please be advised short-listed applicants may be required to Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Under the National Law, all students undertake an interview. are required to comply with a range of legislative requirements. There are inherent requirements for this course. Students must CAREER OPPORTUNITIES read and understand the requirements for this course prior to Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities enrolling. in areas such as community health centres, public and private INHERENT REQUIREMENTS hospitals, aged care facilities, paediatric facilities, education Inherent requirements apply to this course. facilities, mental health settings, alcohol and drug services, private See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. clinics, non-government organisations, correctional institutions, universities and research facilities, corporate and industrial settings, supported employment and government departments. Charles Darwin University 51 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Diploma of Health Care/Bachelor of Nursing Safe Practice In order to study nursing and practice safely, you will need to have SATAC CODE – 116321 an inherent set of qualities. Nursing needs a degree of physical Casuarina, Online strength and mobility, endurance, communication and cognitive abilities. If you feel you may experience challenges in meeting these SATAC CODE – 166021 requirements, you are encouraged discuss these with the Bachelor Sydney of Nursing Course Coordinator before enrolling in the course. DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Reporting Obligations Under the national Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, CDU is required to register nursing students with the Australian DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and to notify AHPRA if a student has or develops a health impairment that may ABOUT THE COURSE place the public at substantial risk of harm. More information from the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) at The Diploma of Health Care/Bachelor of Nursing is a combined www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/. course that will see you graduate with two qualifications in the Course transfer into the Bachelor of Nursing is not permitted. same time it takes to complete one. Students who wish to transfer into this course must follow the The Diploma of Health Care is integrated into the Bachelor of application process. Nursing and will be awarded after your first year of study, which means you'll hold a qualification and can start working in the PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION health sector while you finish your degree. Graduates of this course are eligible to apply for registration with The Bachelor of Nursing is a professionally-accredited degree the Health Licensing Authority (Nursing and Midwifery Board of and will qualify you to work as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) Australia). in Australia. It is recognised as as an approved program of study CAREER OPPORTUNITIES recognised by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities Applicants applying who are health care professionals with AHPRA in public and private health settings and speciality areas such as registration (for example Diploma of Nursing qualifications) must mental health, community health, acute and chronic care, primary apply for SATAC code 104841 for Casuarina Campus and Online or health care, and emergency and trauma settings. 164081 for Sydney Campus. Practical Training ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS In order to complete the Bachelor of Nursing and qualify as a Applicants applying who are health care professionals with AHPRA Registered Nurse, you're required to undertake two types of practical registration (for example Diploma of Nursing qualifications) must training: simulation blocks and supervised clinical placements. apply for Bachelor of Nursing (see page 60). You will complete three one-week simulation blocks (one for each ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS year of study). These must be completed full-time and on campus at one of CDU's many simulation suites located across Australia. Pre-clinical requirements: We have a simulation suite in Darwin, Alice Springs, Sydney, You must provide proof that you have met all university and Melbourne or Perth. State/Territory pre-clinical requirements before starting clinical You will also complete 880 hours of supervised clinical placements placements. These requirements include, but are not limited to: across the three years of the course. These will take place in > immunisation requirements a variety of healthcare settings. If you're studying a Bachelor > Senior First Aid qualification of Nursing online with CDU, we will endeavour to organise > annual criminal record checks placements close to your home. > working with children clearances As Bachelor of Nursing student, you may also have the > fitness-to-practice requirements. opportunity to broaden your global outlook with additional international study tours and exchanges. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS English Language Requirements Inherent requirements apply to this course. In order to register as a nurse or midwife in Australia, you're See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. required to meet the English language requirements laid out by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. This applies to all initial registrations, regardless of whether they qualified in Australia or overseas. Find out more: the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/. Charles Darwin University 52 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Biomedical Science SATAC CODE – 104911 Casuarina UAC CODE – 590580 Casuarina DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is an exciting undergraduate degree designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills and experience to confidently work in a range of biomedical fields, majoring in an area of study that aligns with your interests; medical science, microbiology, health or nutrition. Our three-year full-time (or part-time equivalent) course develops your knowledge and hands-on laboratory experience in chemistry, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, pathophysiology and molecular biology, with a focus on Indigenous and rural health. It provides an understanding of the structure and function of both the healthy and diseased body at the system, cellular and molecular level and advance knowledge in your area of specialisation. You will also complete studies in complementary areas to expand your social and employability skills; this coupled with workplace experience will ensure you are ready for employment. The degree includes 50 hours of voluntary work placement with community organisations engaged in not-for-profit activities. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES This course provides the knowledge and skills that are the foundation to biomedical science and essential laboratory skills so that graduates can work in a variety of different industries such as medical, health and public health, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, marketing and sales, education and science communication, research and academia. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS As this course requires you to undertake a community project, you must demonstrate compliance with the following checks and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct documentation is obtained prior to commencing the community project. A national and/or international police check and a current Working with Children check is required regarding suitability to undertake clinical/fieldwork placements. Charles Darwin University 53 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Clinical Sciences ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS You are eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Clinical Science if you: SATAC CODE – 104661 > hold year 12 qualifications and have studied no more than one Casuarina year of higher education; and > have completed the University Clinical Aptitude Test for DURATION – 3 years full-time Australia and New Zealand (UCAT ANZ) held in July and August 2022. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 Priority is given to First Nations and NT residents. The UCAT comprises of five sections; verbal reasoning, decision ABOUT THE COURSE making, quantitative reasoning, abstract reasoning and situational judgement. Each section of the UCAT will contribute equally to The Bachelor of Clinical Sciences course is a direct pathway for produce the UCAT ANZ derived score. Your UCAT derived score CDU students to study medicine, on campus in Darwin. This (10%) will be combined with your Australian Tertiary Admission course is part of a double degree with the Northern Territory Rank (ATAR) (90%) to determine your ranking for a place on this Medical Program (NTMP) offered by Flinders University. Australian course. citizen or permanent resident school leavers with year 12 In order to be competitive, you will need to achieve an Australian qualifications, or higher education students who have studied for Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 90 or above, 85 for indigenous no more than one year are eligible for consideration for entry. students (after the addition of any applicable ATAR related The Bachelor of Clinical Sciences is the first award of this double adjustment factors). degree. Completion of the first two years of the course to a Only Australian citizens and Permanent residents are eligible to specific grade point average standard and within the specified apply. time frame, guarantees entry into the NTMP, which you will begin in your third year of study. ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS In your studies at CDU you will develop a strong foundation in This course has a two-step application process: fundamental health and medical-related sciences, building your 1. Registration to sit the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT). knowledge, skills and confidence to move on to the NTMP. This Registration to sit UCAT opens 1 March 2022 and closes 17 course is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) as May 2022. Testing begins 1 July 2022 with final testing held no an entry pathway into medical studies. later than 12 August 2022. Only UCAT scores from 2022 will be You are eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Clinical Science if you: used for 2023 applications. > hold year 12 qualifications and have studied no more than one 2. An application to SATAC where you will be asked to enter year of higher education; your UCAT identification number and provide a residency and > have completed the University Clinical Aptitude Test for indigeneity statutory declaration. Australia and New Zealand (UCAT ANZ) held in July. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS In order to be competitive, you will need to achieve an Australian Ranking for offers of positions requires an entry score combining Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 90 or above, 85 for First Nations ATAR (90%), and University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT ANZ) - students (after the addition of any applicable ATAR related derived score (10%). adjustment factors). All applicants must register to sit the University Clinical Aptitude Priority is given to First Nations students and NT residents. Only Test (UCAT ANZ) and provide this information in their TAC Australian citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply. application. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Graduating from this course completes the first part of the Inherent requirements apply to this course. Bachelor of Clinical Sciences/Doctor of Medicine (CDU/Flinders See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. University) double degree and may lead to career opportunities in medicine or medical research. Charles Darwin University 54 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science Practical Experience As part of the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, you will SATAC CODE – 104851 complete two supervised practical placements. The first will be Casuarina, Online a general practical placement of 140 hours. The second will be a specialised placement of 140-280 hours, depending on your UAC CODE – 590590 major. Casuarina, Online You are not required to travel for your placement; it can be completed anywhere in the world. You'll choose your own DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time supervisor (which must be a qualified sport or health professional) and a topic that interests you. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 If you already have experience in the sport and exercise industry, you can apply for recognition of prior learning. Some or all of ABOUT THE COURSE your work experience may be counted towards your required 140 hours of placement. The Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science is a professional In addition to placement, you can also apply for learning abroad degree that will prepare you for a wide range of careers in the programs and take part in a short, practical intensive in Darwin rewarding and exciting field of sports science. (where you'll meet industry professionals, tour sporting facilities, At CDU, you can study a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science complete practical training and simulations on campus, and work 100% online or on campus*. You can choose to study part-time with athletes and the local community). or full-time, and focus your studies with short, practical intensive PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION units. Learn about anatomy, physiology, psychology, exercise As a graduate of this course you'll be eligible to apply for prescription and delivery, coaching, nutrition, physical membership of the Australian Strength and Conditioning assessment, and more. Association (ASCA), Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) Choose from one of six majors: Fitness Australia, Sports Medicine Australia (SMA), Australian Health Promotion Association Australia (AHPA). > Coaching, > Strength and Conditioning, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES > Public Health, Completing this course may lead to career opportunities such as > Sport Psychology, a Fitness Centre Manager, Rehabilitation and Therapy Assistant, > Rehabilitation, or Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sport Coach, Personal Trainer, > Sport Business and Management. Health and Fitness Advisor, Fitness and Performance Consultant. The Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science combines the best of ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS theory and practice-based learning. You can complete placements Criminal History Check close to your home (wherever you live in Australia), virtual-reality- If you are undertaking a course with clinical or fieldwork based learning, and short on-campus intensive units in Darwin placements you must demonstrate compliance with the with industry bodies. You will also learn about important core requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct concepts, the latest research and industry best-practice. documentation is obtained prior to the start of your placements. During the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, you can A national and/or international police check and a current achieve shorter industry-recognised qualifications that count Working with Children check is required regarding suitability to towards your degree and help you to start working in the sports undertake clinical/fieldwork placements. and fitness industry before you graduate. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Most assessments for the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science Inherent requirements apply to this course. are coursework and practice-based, and are completed during See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. term semester, so you will sit few formal exams. *Online study is only available to domestic students. International students are required to study on campus. Charles Darwin University 55 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Science Submission of an acceptable personal competencies statement and/or employment experience. SATAC CODE – 104681 Defence members with service of 1 year or more at the following Casuarina, Online ranks (or higher) meet the academic entry requirement for this course: UAC CODE – 590350 > Air Force: Aircraftman/Aircraftwoman, Corporal, Leading Casuarina, Online Aircraftman/Aircraftwoman DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time > Army: Corporal, Lance Corporal, Private > Navy: Able Seaman, Leading Seaman, Seaman. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 *After any applicable adjustment factors have been applied. ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ABOUT THE COURSE To gain entry into Charles Darwin University, all Higher Education applicants must satisfy the University's English Language With an increasing demand for health professionals with a broad Proficiency Requirements for their chosen course of study. skill set, you will help to keep our populations healthy. International applicants will be required to supply evidence of this Our Bachelor of Health Science provides skills to fill gaps in the at the time of application. Australian health care system and prepares you to work in a ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS multidisciplinary health industry. As this course requires you to undertake a community project, This health science degree offers strong industry connections you must demonstrate compliance with the following checks and and course content which leads to a career in, health policy and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct research, health and wellbeing or health promotion. This course documentation is obtained prior to commencing the community also offers a pathway into master level studies if you wish to project. A national and/or international police check and a current pursue a career in occupational therapy, nutrition, speech and Working with Children check is required regarding suitability to language therapy, health research and public health. undertake clinical/fieldwork placements. A core part of the course is the community project which provides opportunity to put your knowledge into practice supported INHERENT REQUIREMENTS by CDU academic staff. Our Bachelor of Health Science offers Inherent requirements apply to this course. international study opportunities and welcomes both First Nations See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. and international students with dedicated support services on hand to support you through your degree. As a graduate, you will be ready to make a positive difference to health across local, rural and remote Australia and beyond. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Students are eligible to apply for membership with the following professional associations: The Australian Health Promotion Association and the Public Health Association of Australia. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as health promotion, health services management, and public health. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (or equivalent) and the awarding of an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of at least 60*. Successful completion of a national qualification at Certificate III level or higher. Successful completion of at least 0.5 year of full-time study (or equivalent) of a higher education degree/diploma. Overseas secondary or tertiary qualifications considered equivalent to the above Australian qualifications. Attainment of a STAT Multiple Choice score of 140. Successful completion of the Tertiary Enabling Program, the Preparation for Tertiary Success courses, or other recognised tertiary preparation course. Charles Darwin University 56 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Services Management First Nations students are encouraged to apply with dedicated support services on hand to support you through your degree. In SATAC CODE – 104721 the final year of study all our students will be supported by CDU Casuarina, Online academics to work with health agencies to complete your own community health project. UAC CODE – 590360 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Casuarina, Online Students are eligible to apply for membership with the following DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time professional associations: The Australian Health Promotion Association and the Public Health Association of Australia. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in ABOUT THE COURSE areas such as primary & community health centres, public and private hospitals, aged care facilities, paediatric facilities, policy Our Bachelor of Health Services Management offers a selection development, health service planning, rural health settings, health of units across health, business and information technology to administration, quality and patient safety manager, operations prepare you to work within, and make a positive contribution to, manager, health information manager. the health service management industry. You'll graduate with an understanding of business management ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS and the diversity of health clients, importance of cultural safety, To gain entry into Charles Darwin University, all Higher Education health promotion, and local and global health issues influencing applicants must satisfy the University's English Language the health care system. Proficiency Requirements for their chosen course of study. The Bachelor of Health Services Management explores the International applicants will be required to supply evidence of this challenges of working in diverse contexts of urban, rural, and remote at the time of application. communities, and offers opportunities to access scholarships, ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS international study tours and student exchange programs. As this course requires you to undertake a community project, You will study alongside students from business, social work, you must demonstrate compliance with the following checks and and other allied health areas to develop an understanding of requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct multidisciplinary professions across the health industry. You'll documentation is obtained prior to commencing the community gain knowledge of health beyond illness and disease prevention project. A national and/or international police check and a current and learn how to manage, coordinate and administer health Working with Children check is required regarding suitability to infrastructure and resources. undertake clinical/fieldwork placements. Charles Darwin University 57 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Midwifery must be done in your local community due to the many months of a woman's journey. It also requires access to your local hospitals SATAC CODE – 104481 who may or may not support you to visit their facilities. Casuarina, Online It is important to be aware that: > In order to progress in the course, you are required to attend DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time placements. > All placements are arranged by CDU. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 > Placements may include morning, evening, night, weekend and public holiday shifts. They may be scheduled shifts or on- ABOUT THE COURSE call shifts. > Non-attendance at placement may only occur in extenuating The Bachelor of Midwifery is a professionally-accredited degree circumstances which, for the purpose of placements, do not that qualifies you to register as a midwife. It is recognised as an include childcare and work commitments. approved program of study by the Nursing and Midwifery Board Safe practice of Australia. At CDU, you can study a Bachelor of Midwifery online To study a Bachelor of Midwifery, you will need to have an with intensive weeks (clinical teaching blocks) or on campus, full- inherent set of requirements. These are the essential abilities, time or part-time, as you learn from experts in the field. knowledge and skills needed to achieve course learning outcomes As a graduate of the Bachelor of Midwifery, you will be ready to and to be able to safely practice as a midwife. provide woman-centred, evidence-based care for women, babies Potential applicants are advised that midwifery is a profession and families throughout the childbearing journey in a variety of which places considerable physical and psychological demands settings, with a particular focus on rural, remote and Indigenous. on the individual however the rewards of the profession can be You will help to promote the health and wellbeing of women and profound. their families by supporting the woman's childbearing choices Reporting obligations and providing expertise around pregnancy, birth, postnatal and Under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, CDU is the newborn period. You will also be prepared to collaborate required to register midwifery students with the Australian Health with other health professionals to continue midwifery care in Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and to notify AHPRA if a complex situations. student has or develops a health impairment that may place the CDU's Bachelor of Midwifery is aligned with the International public at substantial risk of harm. Students have obligations under Confederation of Midwive's definition of a midwife, and is suited the National Law and are expected to understand their obligations to motivated, determined and organised students. prior to enrolling. More information on Student Registration is Studying a Bachelor of Midwifery online available on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia website. CDU is one of the largest providers of online midwifery and Pre-Clinical Requirements nursing degrees. We have been delivering distance education for You must provide proof that you have met all university and more than 30 years. State/Territory pre-clinical requirements before starting clinical As an online midwifery student, you will have access to extensive placements. These requirements include, but are not limited to: technical and academic support, an easy-to-use online learning > immunisation requirements platform, and a network of nearly 400 midwifery students situated > Senior First Aid qualification right across Australia. > annual criminal record checks You will enjoy the flexibility of fitting studying around your family > working with children clearances and work commitments, and will need to be disciplined and > fitness-to-practice requirements. committed in making time for study. Practical placements PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION In order to complete the Bachelor of Midwifery, you are required Graduates will be eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing to undertake clinical placements. This provides you with and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) to practice as a midwife invaluable practical experience and the readiness for midwifery in all Australian States or Territories. practice. Placements in the Eastern States have become increasingly more CAREER OPPORTUNITIES difficult to secure since the COVID pandemic. This has resulted in Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in some students needing to travel interstate for up to six weeks at a roles including midwifery group practice, homebirth and working time to complete their placement requirements. in public or private hospitals. Continuity of care is a core element of the course so a commitment to out-of-hours and between semester clinical work is required. Students must follow 10 women across the duration of the degree, seeing these women four times antenatally, being on call for birth, and seeing them twice postnatally. These requirements are in addition to placement. These experiences Charles Darwin University 58 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Midwifery students must meet a specific level of English language Students must provide proof that they have met all university proficiency before they start in a course. and State/Territory pre-clinical requirements before they can You can show English language proficiency by: undertake those units that include clinical placements. These > completing a declaration that English is your primary requirements include, but are not limited to, immunisation language, or requirements, Senior First Aid qualification, annual criminal record checks and/or working with children clearances and/or fitness-to- > sitting an English language proficiency test. practice requirements. All applicants are required to meet the English Language Skills INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Registration Standard as outlined by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/. Inherent requirements apply to this course. Residents of NSW are advised to call Student Central on 1800 061 See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. 963 prior to applying to discuss placement. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 59 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Nursing Safe Practice In order to study nursing and practice safely, you will need to have SATAC CODE – TBC an inherent set of qualities. Nursing needs a degree of physical Casuarina, Online strength and mobility, endurance, communication and cognitive abilities. If you feel you may experience challenges in meeting SATAC CODE – TBC these requirements, you are encouraged to discuss these with the Sydney Bachelor of Nursing Course Coordinator before enrolling in the DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time course. Reporting Obligations Under the national Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 CDU is required to register nursing students with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and to notify ABOUT THE COURSE AHPRA if a student has or develops a health impairment that may place the public at substantial risk of harm. More information Please check the website for next intake. from the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) at The Bachelor of Nursing is a professionally-accredited degree www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/. that qualifies you to register as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) in PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Australia. It is recognised as an approved program of study by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Graduates of this course are eligible to apply for registration with At CDU, you can study a Bachelor of Nursing online or on campus, the Health Licensing Authority (Nursing and Midwifery Board of part-time or full-time. You will join a cohort of more than 4,000 Australia). nursing students across Australia, enjoy flexible study, and learn CAREER OPPORTUNITIES from nursing experts. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in As a graduate of the Bachelor of Nursing, you will be ready to public and private hospitals and medical clinics in areas such as work as a safe, collaborative, articulate and ethical registered mental health, community health, acute and chronic care. nurse. This course will prepare you to be responsive to local, national and regional healthcare needs, and aware of emerging ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS global healthcare trends. Nursing students must meet a specific level of English language Studying a Bachelor of Nursing online proficiency before they start in a course. CDU is one of the largest providers of online nursing degrees. We You can show English language proficiency by: were among the first universities in Australia to offer a Bachelor of > completing a declaration that English is your primary Nursing online, and we have been delivering distance education language, or for more than 30 years. > sitting an English language proficiency test. As an online nursing student, you'll have access to 24/7 technical All applicants are required to meet the English Language Skills and academic support, an easy-to-use online learning platform, Registration Standard as outlined by the Nursing and Midwifery and be supported with placements and practical training close to Board of Australia (NMBA) at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/. your home. Online study is only available to domestic students (Australian ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS and New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents, and Pre-clinical requirements: holders of Australian humanitarian visas). You must provide proof that you have met all university and Practical Training State/Territory pre-clinical requirements before starting clinical In order to complete the Bachelor of Nursing and qualify as a placements. These requirements include, but are not limited to: Registered Nurse , you're required to undertake two types of practical > immunisation requirements training: simulation blocks and supervised clinical placements. > Senior First Aid qualification You will complete three one-week simulation blocks (one for each > annual criminal record checks year of study). These must be completed full-time and on campus > working with children clearances at one of CDU's many simulation suites located across Australia. > fitness-to-practice requirements. We have a simulation suite in Darwin, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne or Perth. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS You will also complete 880 hours of supervised clinical placements Inherent requirements apply to this course. across the three years of the course. These will take place in See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. a variety of healthcare settings. If you're studying a Bachelor of Nursing online with CDU, we will endeavour to organise placements close to your home. As Bachelor of Nursing student, you may also have the opportunity to broaden your global outlook with additional international study tours and exchanges. Charles Darwin University 60 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Paramedicine PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This program is designed to develop university students into SATAC CODE – 104861 professional paramedics. Eligible Graduates who obtain AHPRA Casuarina registration,can apply to work within an Intern Paramedic Program with a state or territory ambulance service prior to DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time becoming credentialled as a fully qualified emergency ambulance paramedic. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 AHPRA registered paramedic graduates may also apply for paramedic positions in other areas, such as the private sectors for ABOUT THE COURSE health, after meeting any additional selection criteria required for a given role. The Bachelor of Paramedicine qualifies you to work as a This course will undergo accreditation in 2022 by the paramedic in Australia. Delivered in partnership with St John Paramedicine Accreditation Committee. Ambulance Australia (NT) Inc., the course offers guaranteed CAREER OPPORTUNITIES clinical student placements in the Northern Territory and hands- You will graduate as a degree qualified paramedic and may on learning from paramedic experts. apply for entry-level paramedic positions both nationally and You'll graduate ready to work in emergency ambulance and pre- internationally. hospital environments in regional, remote and urban settings. Other employment opportunities may include private, event or During the three-year paramedicine degree you'll gain vital clinical defence force paramedic services. decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. You'll learn about anatomy and physiology, human development and ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Australia's health-care systems and policies. You will develop If you are undertaking a course with clinical or fieldwork knowledge in clinical science areas including trauma and placements you must demonstrate compliance with the following emergency-based response. checks and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that This course also has a strong focus on Indigenous Health the correct documentation is obtained prior to commencing perspectives, mental health and specific care of maternal, clinical/fieldwork placements. A national and/or international neonatal and paediatric patients. police check and a current Working with Children check is Practical industry experience matters, which is why the Bachelor required regarding suitability to undertake clinical/fieldwork of Paramedicine includes three units of placements with St John placements along with the relevant vaccination status and health Ambulance Australia (NT) Inc., the Northern Territory's exclusive requirements. emergency ambulance service provider. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS The program is designed to develop university students into Inherent requirements apply to this course. professional paramedics. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. This course is undergoing accreditation by the Paramedicine Board of Australia (under Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency). This is a quota course – entry via course transfer is not permitted. Students who wish to apply for this course must follow the SATAC application process. Charles Darwin University 61 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Public Health Associate Degree of Exercise and Sport SATAC CODE – 104731 Science Casuarina, Online SATAC CODE – 115201 UAC CODE – 590420 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 592090 DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Casuarina, Online DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE Our Bachelor of Public Health will teach you how to connect with ABOUT THE COURSE communities and work to develop innovative and evidence-based The Associate Degree of Exercise and Sport Science will give you the health strategies. essential skills and qualifications to thrive in the sporting industry. The Bachelor of Public Health focuses on addressing health This course has a strong emphasis on practical skills, including disparities experienced by populations and communities at a developing the knowledge to work with individuals of all ages, local, national and global level. This qualification will prepare you fitness levels, skills and experience. The course draws from the to work in areas of health promotion, policy making, research and knowledge and expertise of professionals in health and exercise disease prevention. science as well as coaches and fitness professionals. Available to study online or on campus, you will graduate with This flexible course allows you to study how you wish - on-campus a broad skill set enabling you the opportunity to work in public or online with part-time and full-time study options available. health across local, rural, remote and global health settings. The On completion of the course you may also continue with further Bachelor of Public Health has diverse and relevant unit offerings studies to the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, gaining encompassing topics such as epidemiology, cultural safety, social credit for units already completed. media, global and environmental health. CDU offers a range of scholarships as well as opportunities to CAREER OPPORTUNITIES study abroad with international study tours. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION the Australian health, fitness and sports industry as a Personal Students are eligible to apply for membership with the following Trainer, Coach, or Health and Fitness Advisor. professional associations: The Australian Health Promotion INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Association and the Public Health Association of Australia. Inherent requirements apply to this course. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as primary and community health centres, health project officer, health promotion practitioner, health policy development, education facilities, mental health settings, alcohol and drug services, non-government organisations, universities and research facilities, research officer, rural and remote health settings, corporate and industrial settings, supported employment and government departments. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS As this course requires you to undertake a community project, you must demonstrate compliance with the following checks and requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the correct documentation is obtained prior to commencing the community project. A national and/or international police check and a current Working with Children check is required regarding suitability to undertake clinical/fieldwork placements. The majority of health facilities will also require you to present a complete immunisation schedule, and First Aid certificate. Charles Darwin University 62 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Diploma of Exercise and Sport Science Diploma of Health Science SATAC CODE – 116311 SATAC CODE – 116251 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 591070 UAC CODE – 591050 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Diploma of Exercise and Sport Science will give you the Launch your career in health. Our Diploma of Health Science experience and qualification to fast-track your career in the fitness provides you with a range of skills and knowledge applicable to and sports industry. This course will enhance your experience, the Australian health care system, including health promotion, knowledge and skills to secure a position in the sporting industry. communication skills and cultural safety in healthcare. Choose This flexible course allows you to study when it suits you with electives from the fields of allied health, chiropratic studies or both on-campus or online study options available. health services management. On completion of the course you may also continue with further PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION studies to the Associate Degree of Exercise and Sports Science You are eligible to apply for membership with the following or the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science gaining credit for professional associations: The Australian Health Promotion units already completed. Association and the Public Health Association of Australia. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in As a graduate of our Diploma of Health Science you may find the Australian Health and Fitness, Sports Industry, or you may career opportunities in areas such as health promotion, primary continue to further studies into our Bachelor and Exercise and and community health centres, non-government organisations, Sports Science course. Those already working in Sports Coaching, social services, health clerk, therapy services officer. including those with a desire to work within sport, will enhance their career opportunities in the sector by completing this course. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 63 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Bachelor of Science Diploma of Science SATAC CODE – 104881 SATAC CODE – 116361 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 590570 UAC CODE – 591190 Casuarina, Online Casuarina, Online DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Science will allow you to explore your curiosity The Diploma of Science is ideal if you are curious about studying and passion for knowledge within your chosen scientific field. science and would like to learn more though unsure about Your study options are flexible and diverse with a focus on committing to a degree, or you already have a career in the sciences professional experience in various sciences including biology, and want to upskill with another qualification and skills in another ecology, spatial science, biomedical science, chemistry, or in other discipline. science fields. You will explore a variety of science concepts, theories and principles You will combine academic studies with practical learning in in different fields such as general science, geographic information distinctive environments and communities of northern Australia science and environmental science until you find the one that and the region, and their associated challenges in environmental resonates with you. management and public health, including Indigenous health. As you progress through your diploma, you will develop your You will strengthen your problem solving, logical and critical knowledge in logical and critical thinking, and problem-solving from thinking skills, apply an understanding of scientific and a scientific and technological perspective. technological factors, and consider issues from various cultural, After completing your diploma, you have the option to move into economic and other societal perspectives throughout your studies our Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Environmental Science helping you to approach tasks informed and confident. courses. You will be able to demonstrate and apply an understanding of Whether you are in the science field or looking to move into science, your chosen areas of science, including concepts, theories and or perhaps you are a teacher or engineer wanting to gain knowledge principles to practise in real situations. about a specific science discipline, this flexible diploma will help you CAREER OPPORTUNITIES find what you are looking for. Graduating from this course may lead you to career opportunities CAREER OPPORTUNITIES in industry, government, private companies, non-government Graduating from this course may lead to a variety of science- organisations (NGO) and the community sector as a biologist, related roles within government, private companies, non- ecologist, spatial scientist, biomedical scientist, chemist, government organisations (NGOs) and community sectors consultant, laboratory assistant, project manager or advisor. including positions as a technician, laboratory assistant, INHERENT REQUIREMENTS consultant, analyst, designer and developer, project manager or helpdesk support administrator, plus many more. Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 64 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      Graduate entry courses

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Bachelor of Accounting Honours Bachelor of Business Honours SATAC CODE – 1BH022 SATAC CODE – 1BH023 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online UAC CODE – 820111 UAC CODE – 820001 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Our Bachelor of Accounting Honours develops your knowledge Our Bachelor of Business Honours develops your knowledge and and research skills in an accounting or finance area of your research skills in a business related area of your choosing. You will choosing. You will acquire knowledge of research principles and acquire knowledge of research principles and techniques, develop techniques, develop advanced analysis and problem solving skills, advanced analysis and problem solving skills, gain experience in gain experience in research project management, and develop research project management, and develop effective research effective research communication skills. communication skills. Key areas of study include advanced research methods, data Key areas of study include literature reviews, research design, analysis for advanced research, research readings, and research applied qualitative and quantitative research and research proposal development. The course is both challenging and proposal development. rewarding, designed to give you the specialised knowledge and The course is both challenging and rewarding, designed to give advanced skills to conduct important research projects in your you the specialised knowledge and advanced skills to conduct chosen field. important research projects in your chosen field. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised Bachelor degree or Successful completion of a recognised bachelor's degree or equivalent in an accounting or finance related field with at least a equivalent in a business related field with at least a credit average credit average (GPA of 5.00). (5.00 GPA). ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Applicants must contact the College at [email protected] to Applicants must contact the College at [email protected] to discuss a potential project and supervision prior to submitting an discuss a potential project and supervision prior to submitting an application. In addition to a credit average (GPA of 5.00), you are application. In addition to a credit average (GPA of 5.00), you are required to have a project topic and project supervisor who has required to have a project topic and project supervisor who has agreed to supervise your project before admission is approved. agreed to supervise your project before admission is approved. Charles Darwin University 66 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES; SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Arts Honours CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities SATAC CODE – 1BH016 in a wide range of fields. The knowledge and skills you acquire Casuarina, Online through this degree will prepare you for a research role in a range of government and statutory authorities such as land councils, UAC CODE – 820090 museums, training and research organisations, diplomacy, policy Casuarina, Online advisor, communications, media, or consultancy particularly where these organisations engage with central and northern DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years full-time Australia and Asia. Completion of honours at the highest levels will open up DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 possibilities of a research career by allowing you to enrol in a PhD. ABOUT THE COURSE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or The Bachelor of Arts Honours is a one-year course for high- equivalent international qualification in an arts-related discipline achieving Bachelor of Arts graduates. It is an opportunity to or field with at least a credit average (GPA of 5.00). produce a research project that explores an area of your interest ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS and prepares you for a deeper contribution to knowledge making through doctoral studies. You must contact CDU's College of Indigenous Futures, Education During the course, you'll work closely with your research and the Arts by email to [email protected] prior to supervisor to develop a high-quality research thesis or a sustained submitting an application to discuss a potential project and creative work project with exegetic analysis. At CDU, you'll have the supervision arrangements. one-on-one support and flexibility to design a bespoke research INHERENT REQUIREMENTS project that aligns with and develops your talents and interests. Inherent requirements apply to this course. Critical thinking is one of the most important skills for the future See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. workforce, which is why the Bachelor of Arts Honours is designed to hone your thinking skills and prepare you for independent research work. In a world where everyone has an opinion, you'll learn to critically evaluate ideas, concepts and information to deliver a unique perspective on your research topic. Charles Darwin University 67 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours Completing the honours program gives you access to exciting specialised postgraduate studies. If you complete your honours SATAC CODE – 1BH021 with at least a high 2A, you can also apply to continue your studies Casuarina, Online by undertaking specialised postgraduate courses including the Masters of Psychology (Clinical) or choose a career in research by DURATION – 1 years full-time embarking on a PhD. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 Please note that the Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours is a highly competitive course. This means that although students ABOUT THE COURSE may meet the minimum entry requirements for the course, they may not receive an offer. Are you a high achieving psychology student, wanting to Successful completion of the following: distinguish yourself from other graduates and pursue a rewarding > an APAC accredited three-year undergraduate psychology career as a Clinical Psychologist or in other professions? If you sequence or the CDU Bachelor of Psychological Science answered yes, then the Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours degree; and could be the next step for you. The Honours program is the most > a GPA of at least 5.50; and common critical steppingstone towards becoming a registered > credit in units equivalent to PSY248 Research Design and Clinical Psychologist. However, this course also opens the doors Analysis and PSY337 Advanced Research Design and Analysis. to an exciting range of valuable specialised postgraduate studies, If you undertook equivalent units at an institution other than including higher research degrees such as a PhD. CDU, you will be required to attach your unit outlines to your The Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours is a one-year course application. that is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and recognised by the Australian Psychological Applicants who have completed CDU's WPSYG2 Bachelor of Society (APS). This Honours program gives you an opportunity to Psychological Science (Graduate Entry) plus a three-year bachelor acquire expertise and skills that are highly valued by employers in degree are also eligible for entry. human-centred professions. Within the program, you will develop INHERENT REQUIREMENTS an in-depth understanding of psychological theories and practice, Inherent requirements apply to this course. and have the opportunity to design, conduct, interpret, and See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. communicate the findings of a research project. The knowledge and skills you can acquire in the Honours program are designed to prepare you for careers in a wide range of areas in private and government organisations. They will also help you better understand yourself, your well-being, and contribute to the development of healthier and more empowering relationships in your life, allowing you to better adapt to changes in your personal and professional environments, and empower others. This course comprises compulsory on-campus intensive-mode residential schools for each unit, supported online. Students are required to participate in four 6-7 day intensives throughout the honours year. The exact time, length and location of the intensives will be communicated to each student after enrolment. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This course is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). During your studies, you can also join the Australian Psychological Society. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES After graduating you have the knowledge and skills to work in areas relevant to human health and wellbeing such as health, counselling, education, sport, marketing, policy, forensic, youth work, justice systems, service delivery, human resource management and research. Depending on your chosen area, you could work in a wide variety of contexts including state/territory and federal government agencies, community organisations, businesses, schools and universities. 68 Charles Darwin University 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES; SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Bachelor of Psychological Science PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION (Graduate Entry) Our Bachelor of Psychological Science (Graduate Entry) course is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council SATAC CODE – 1BG016 (APAC) and prepares you for entry into an Honours year in Casuarina, Online psychology. During your studies, you can also join the Australian Psychological Society as a student member. UAC CODE – 820100 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Casuarina, Online As a graduate of our Bachelor of Psychological Science (Graduate DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Entry) you may find employment in: > human resources, DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 > preventative health education and training, > community services, ABOUT THE COURSE > advertising and marketing, and > sport and rehabilitation. Pursue your dream. Our Bachelor of Psychological Science ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Graduate Entry) is the stepping stone to a career as a psychologist. Undertake this Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) Successful completion of: accredited degree online, on campus, or via a combination of both. > a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international It provides you an integrated and foundational understanding of qualification; and human behaviour including the fundamental premise of psychology > Successful completion of first year CDU psychology units as an empirically based science. PSY150 Introduction to Psychology A and PSY151 Introduction You will also be skilled in a range of psychology fields such as to Psychology B; or equivalent units undertaken at another abnormal psychology, personality and development and you will institution as part of an APAC accredited degree. have the opportunity to take specialist electives such as forensic If you have undertaken equivalent units at an institution other psychology, counselling, alcohol and drugs and psychology of sport. than CDU you must attach the unit outlines to your application for Successfully completing the course and maintaining a minimum assessment. GPA of 5.5 or better (and a credit or better in PSY248 and PSY337) If you have completed an APAC accredited degree you are not will prepare you to undertake further study by applying to enrol eligible for entry. into an Honours degree at CDU or elsewhere. Please note that INHERENT REQUIREMENTS our Honours degree is subject to a quota, and your opportunity to enrol in our Honours degree is not guaranteed. Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 69 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES Bachelor of Laws Honours Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) SATAC CODE – 1BH020 SATAC CODE – 1BG015 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online UAC CODE – 820041 UAC CODE – 820011 Waterfront Darwin, Online Waterfront Darwin, Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Laws Honours is a one-year course for high- The Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) provides you with the achieving Bachelor of Laws' graduates. It may provide you with a academic foundation for admission to legal practice. In that pathway to a PhD, enhance your career prospects and advance context, the course provides you with knowledge of the law, legal your legal research and writing skills. processes and legal principles and cultivates a capacity for legal During the course, you'll undertake a substantial legal research research, analysis and communication. project in an area relevant to your career. This is an opportunity There is a focus on the analysis, interpretation, evaluation and to deeply explore a legal topic of your interest, as well as develop application of various sources of legal authority to construct a sound understanding of the research methodologies relevant to solutions to legal problems. The course also deals with theoretical law and legal scholarship. perspectives on the law and encourages an appreciation of legal With the support of CDU's academic staff and your research issues of special significance to the Northern Territory, including supervisor, you will be encouraged to produce quality research Aboriginal legal issues. and develop your project to a publishable level. This Bachelor-level course has an entry pathway for students who If you successfully complete the Bachelor of Laws Honours, you already hold an undergraduate degree. The course structure and may be eligible for admission to a PhD. content is the same as the standard Bachelor of Laws, however the course title is distinguished by the inclusion of `Graduate PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Entry' to place distinction on a graduate's multiple qualifications. This course is recognised by the Legal Profession Admission Board PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION in the Northern Territory. The Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) is accredited by the Legal CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Practitioners Admission Board of the Northern Territory and Law prepares you to pursue the pathway towards a career provides the academic foundation for admission to legal practice as a solicitor or barrister, however, it may also provide career in the Northern Territory and elsewhere in Australia. paths into areas where an in-depth understanding of the law is To be admitted to legal practice in Australia, you must also advantageous, including politics, the public service, industrial complete the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP). This can relations or community advocacy. be taken through the College of Law, Sydney, and completed online. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Successful completion of a Bachelor of Laws degree or a related Law prepares you to pursue the pathway towards a career as a discipline with a minimum GPA of 5.50. solicitor or barrister. It may also provide career paths into areas ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS where an in-depth understanding of the law is advantageous, including politics, the public service, industrial relations or Applicants must contact the College by email at [email protected]. community advocacy. au to discuss a potential research project and supervision prior to application. In addition to minimum GPA of 5.50, applicants are ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS required to have a research project topic and supervisor who has Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree (other agreed to supervise the student and project before admission is than law) or equivalent international qualification. approved. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 70 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Health Science Honours Bachelor of Midwifery Honours SATAC CODE – 1BH019 SATAC CODE – 1BH014 Casuarina Online UAC CODE – 820030 UAC CODE – 820052 Casuarina Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Build on your knowledge and skills. Our Bachelor of Health The Bachelor of Midwifery Honours is designed to extend Science Honours is an additional year of undergraduate study knowledge gained through your undergraduate midwifery which will provide you with the opportunity to increase your education. You will undertake the program in partnership with an knowledge and gain specialised skills in your area of interest. experienced midwife academic who will provide mentoring and You will develop skills in research design, sample collection, an introduction to research with a midwifery focus of your choice. critical analysis and interpreting data, while understanding the The course addresses foundation research concepts required for importance of ethical and professional issues pertaining to the higher level research studies. field of research. This encompasses: During the course, you will be required to complete coursework > acquisition of knowledge and skills in research methods, writing and/or health, plus complete an > critical thinking independent research project. This will also include writing a > decision making thesis which showcases your research achievements. > complex problem solving. Our Honours course will give you transferable skills in the areas You will use these skills to produce a registerable and potentially of critical thinking, time management, writing, communication publishable systematic review of the literature on a topic and team work, while contributing to the knowledge of your nominated by you. specified health field. An honours year also provides a pathway to postgraduate studies and a rewarding career in research. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completion of a high quality honours degree can lead directly to Successful completion of a recognised Bachelor degree or entry to Doctor of Philosophy programs or prepare students for equivalent international qualification in a health science-related career opportunities as a research midwife. An Honours degree area with at least a credit average (GPA of 5.00). extends clinical knowledge in a specific area and can enhance your practice in your chosen clinical area. Consideration will also be given to applicants who are below a GPA of 5.00 who can demonstrate a suitable level of technical skills. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in midwifery with at least a You must contact the College of Health and Human Sciences at credit average (GPA 5.00). [email protected] to discuss a potential project and supervision prior to submitting an application. In addition to a credit average (GPA of 5.00), you are required to have a project topic and project supervisor who has agreed to supervise your project before admission is approved. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Criminal history check: A criminal history check may be required depending on the area of research you will be undertaking and the organisation involved. Charles Darwin University 71 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Honours This course is recognised by the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS). Graduates of this course will be eligible to apply SATAC CODE – Non-SATAC directly to AIMS for professional recognition. Casuarina CAREER OPPORTUNITIES UAC CODE – Non-UAC As a graduate of our Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science Casuarina Honours degree you will have a globally recognised, professional accredited qualification with employment opportunities in DURATION – 4 years full-time, 8 years part-time the identification and diagnosis of disease and pathogens, medical research, forensic pathology, public health and the DOMESTIC INTAKE – Course transfer pharmaceutical industry, both within Australia and Internationally. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ABOUT THE COURSE There is no direct entry into this course. This course is only available as an internal transfer from the Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Become a qualified health professional. Our Bachelor of Medical Science if you have completed the first three years of the Bachelor Laboratory Science Honours degree is globally recognised and of Medical Laboratory Science with GPA >5.0. Offers may be limited carries professional accreditation. and will be made on the basis of invitation and interview. Medical Laboratory Scientists work in a range of areas in ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS pathology, including haematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, histology and serology. They are skilled in performing tests on You must be enrolled in the Medical Laboratory Science and have both human and veterinary specimens, such as blood, tissues successfully completed 3rd year (all compulsory common and and bodily fluids to assist in the diagnosis of disease and provide core units totalling 240 credit points) with a GPA of credit or above information about the treatment options. The results of these (5.00) to be eligible to apply for to transfer. Places are limited. tests provide physicians with the essential information they need INHERENT REQUIREMENTS to treat and prevent disease. Inherent requirements apply to this course. This professionally oriented four-year full-time course (or part- See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. time equivalent), combines theoretical and laboratory-based This course is being reviewed and admission requirements may be study along with industry placements in world leading institutes, amended for 2023. Please check CDU website for updates. allowing students to advance their skills by undertaking a research project or additional professional placement experiences. Charles Darwin University 72 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Bachelor of Nursing Honours SATAC CODE – 1BH015 Online UAC CODE – 820062 Online DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Nursing Honours is designed to extend knowledge gained through your undergraduate nursing education. You will undertake the program in partnership with an experienced nurse academic who will provide mentoring and an introduction to research with a nursing focus of your choice. The course addresses foundation research concepts required for higher level research studies. This encompasses: > acquisition of knowledge and skills > critical thinking > decision making > complex problem solving. You will use these skills to produce a registerable and potentially publishable systematic review of the literature on a topic nominated by you. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Completion of a high quality honours degree can lead directly to entry to Doctor of Philosophy programs or prepare students for career opportunities as a research nurse. An honours degree extends clinical knowledge in a specific area and can enhance your practice in your chosen clinical area. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in a nursing related field with at least a credit average (GPA of 5.00). Charles Darwin University 73 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Bachelor of Science Honours ADDITIONAL APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Applicants must contact the College at CEITE-admin-ops- SATAC CODE – 1BH017 [email protected] to discuss a potential project and Casuarina, Online supervision prior to submitting an application. In addition to a SATAC CODE – 1BH018 credit average (GPA of 5.00), you are required to have a project Alice Springs topic and project supervisor who has agreed to supervise your project before admission is approved. UAC CODE – 820080 ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Casuarina, Online UAC CODE – 820085 Criminal history check: The completion of a research project in Alice Springs some disciplines may require an Ochre Card or equivalent. DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ABOUT THE COURSE The Bachelor of Science Honours is a one-year course that includes a major research project, advanced level coursework and research skills training in a number of science disciplines including: > environmental science > health and clinical science > information technology. Key areas you could base your research on include: > biology > ecology > spatial science > analytical chemistry and molecular modelling > exercise and sports science > medical laboratory science > pharmacy > information systems > mobile networking > software development. Honours qualifications prepare you for professional positions requiring higher level project management, effective written and oral communication, analysis and problem-solving and research skills. You are encouraged to pursue in-depth research under the guidance of experienced researchers, and through targeted coursework and generic research skills training. Honours qualifications are also a pathway to further study in masters or PhD programs. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in the industry, government, private and the community sector as a biologist, ecologist, spatial scientist, biomedical scientist, chemist, consultant, laboratory assistant, academic, project manager or advisor. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in a science, biomedical science, environment or information technology discipline with at least a credit average (GPA of 5.00). Charles Darwin University 74 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      Postgraduate courses

      ABORIGINAL AND AUSTRALIAN STUDIES Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Policy CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Development A Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Policy Development will open up opportunities for you by adding a new dimension of SATAC CODE – 1GD021 knowledge and skills to your existing qualification. Graduates from Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) this course working in a range of different government and other professional roles enhance their employability by strengthening SATAC CODE – 1GD521 and deepening their understanding of the interface between Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) policy-related aspects of their work and the needs and aspirations UAC CODE – 822050 of the broader Indigenous community. Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Graduates can credit their studies in the graduate diploma UAC CODE – 872050 towards a Master of Public Policy. Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Potential employment opportunities include roles in government and non-government organisations related to Indigenous affairs DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time in areas such as research, policy development, or media and communications and academia. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate ABOUT THE COURSE certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent Our Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Policy Development, international qualification in a relevant field. will build on your professional knowledge and experiences by Consideration will also be given to those who do not have one of providing you with a critical understanding of important aspects of the above qualifications, but who have at least five years relevant Indigenous economic and policy development in modern Australia. professional experience, for example in policy development, You will examine key issues of Indigenous policy development research, governance or service delivery. Applicants must provide and implementation, economic development and participation, further documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) with traditional and modern governance structures, and intellectual their application. and cultural property rights in current social and political contexts. This unique course is an essential foundation for respectful and accountable engagement with Indigenous people and the current social and political issues they face in Australia and internationally. This is an important course, if you want to develop your knowledge and understanding of: > the workings of government and policy > the structures and functions of governance in relation to Indigenous people > the practice of cultural engagement with and between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people > the culture and language of Yolngu people. Charles Darwin University 76 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration Sustainable Enterprise Sustainable Leadership SATAC CODE – 1CM618 SATAC CODE – 1CM621 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1CM620 UAC CODE – 873041 Katherine (Full Fee) Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1CM619 Alice Springs (Full Fee) DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time UAC CODE – 873031 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DURATION – 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time ABOUT THE COURSE DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 As a graduate of the Master of Business Administration Sustainable Leadership course, you will have the skills to run ABOUT THE COURSE organisations of all sizes, in ways that are future focused and not solely profit-driven. You will have a deep understanding of As a graduate of the Master of Business Sustainable Enterprise, genuine sustainable business practice. you will have the skills to run organisations of all sizes, in ways This course will guide you through how business can operate both that are future focused and not solely profit-driven. You will have profitably and in a manner that supports society, the economy a deep understanding of genuine sustainable business practice. and the environment. In addition to the traditional core MBA This course will guide you through how business can operate both business competencies, this course will provide the essential profitably and in a manner that supports society, the economy and knowledge and skills required by the sustainable enterprises the environment. In addition to the traditional core MBA business and businesses of the future, including developing effective competencies, this course will provide the essential knowledge sustainability and CSR strategy, designing and implementing and skills required by the sustainable enterprises and businesses sustainability initiatives, as well sustainability disclosure and of the future, including developing effective sustainability and CSR reporting. You will also have the opportunity to undertake an strategy, designing and implementing sustainability initiatives, applied professional business placement, undertake significant as well sustainability disclosure and reporting. You will also research experience or select specialist electives that support have opportunity to undertake an applied professional business your chosen career pathway. placement, undertake significant research experience or select CAREER OPPORTUNITIES specialist electives that support your chosen career pathway. The Australian Government predicts strong industry demand for ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS business degree graduates from a wide range of sectors. As a Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Master of Business Administration graduate, you will be qualified certificate, graduate diploma or master's degree or equivalent to pursue a range of exciting domestic and international career international qualification in a business related field. opportunities, which include business planning and management, Applicants who have one of the above qualifications in a non- brand management, marketing, market research, business analysis, business-related discipline, who have at least six months business e-commerce, human resource management, and many others. experience will also be considered. Applicants must provide further ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) that includes Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate a statement of purpose addressing how the course will help you certificate, graduate diploma or master's degree or equivalent achieve your career aspirations and documented evidence from international qualification in a business related field. your employer detailing roles and responsibilities. Applicants who have one of the above qualifications in a non- Fast-track (Advanced Standing) business-related discipline and who have at least six months Applicants who hold a qualification in a business-related field and business/management experience will also be considered. Applicants have a minimum of four years full-time professional experience in must provide further documentation in the form of a curriculum managerial roles may be eligible for a maximum of 40 credit points of vitae (CV) that includes a statement of purpose addressing how the block credit. To apply after an offer is made applicants must submit course will help you achieve your career aspirations. the CDU eform, accessed through the CDU Portal, and provide further documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) and documented INHERENT REQUIREMENTS evidence from your employer detailing roles and responsibilities. Inherent requirements apply to this course. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 77 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Master of Professional Accounting PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants of Australia and New SATAC CODE – 1CM054 Zealand (CAANZ). Graduates may also be eligible for memberships Waterfront Darwin, Online (Commonwealth Supported) in other overseas-based professional accounting bodies. SATAC CODE – 1CM554 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Completing a Master of Professional Accounting with relevant UAC CODE – 823161 work experience can lead to a wide range of career opportunities Waterfront Darwin, Online (Commonwealth Supported) in small, medium and large organisations. As a graduate, you UAC CODE – 873161 may become a financial accountant, management accountant, Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) financial auditor, tax auditor/preparer, business/financial analyst, or work in a large multinational company or 'Big Four' accounting DURATION – 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time firm. Or, you could run your own businesses, work in a small local accounting firm, or work in other areas of business management. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of the Graduate Certificate of Accounting ABOUT THE COURSE Studies or Graduate Diploma of Accounting Studies. Our Master of Professional Accounting complements your non- OR accounting or partial accounting, or accounting but not equivalent Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or to Australian accounting qualifications to meet the entry equivalent international qualification in any discipline. requirements for membership of CPA Australia and The Chartered Applicants who have fully satisfied the entry requirements of the Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). The course accounting professional bodies in their first degree are not eligible focuses on the knowledge and skills required for practice as a for entry. certified practising accountant or chartered accountant along with INHERENT REQUIREMENTS effective management, accountability and control, and effective decision-making for financial success. Inherent requirements apply to this course. You will develop technical and conceptual skills required to See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. become a competent accountant as well as abilities to analyse, criticise and synthesise various accounting and related principles, methods and techniques. Charles Darwin University 78 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Master of Professional Accounting ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Professional Practice) Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma of Accounting Studies. SATAC CODE – 1CM557 OR Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in any discipline. UAC CODE – 873171 Applicants who have fully satisfied the entry requirements of the Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) accounting professional bodies in their first degree are not eligible DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years full-time for entry. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ABOUT THE COURSE Our professional practice MPA provides you with a unique opportunity to work in an organisation and gain valuable professional experience while also gaining an MPA qualification. The course will equip you with contemporary knowledge and skills required for professional practice as a certified practising accountant (CPA) or chartered accountant (CA). Gain the technical and conceptual skills required in a competent accountant, and develop your ability to explore, analyse and synthesise various accounting and related principles, methods and techniques. You will undertake a piece of research in your capstone unit of study that incorporates accounting theory and contemporary issues. You can choose to undertake a professional placement, applied research specialisation or to choose electives that support your career objectives. For your professional practice component CDU provides training specific to working effectively in an organisation. You are then provided with a placement opportunity to work in an organisation of approximately 300 hours over a period of eight to ten weeks. If you wish you may also organise your own placement with a suitable organisation. The placement occurs in the last semester of study and provides you with an opportunity to apply the knowledge you have gained during your MPA studies. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This conversion course enables graduates with non-accounting, partial accounting, or accounting but not equivalent to Australian accounting backgrounds to meet the academic requirements for membership of CPA Australia and The Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Completing a Master of Professional Accounting (Professional Practice) can lead to a wide range of career opportunities in small, medium and large organisations. As a graduate, you may become a financial accountant, management accountant, financial auditor, tax auditor/preparer, business/financial analyst, or work in a large multinational company or 'Big Four' accounting firm. Or, you could run your own businesses, work in a small local accounting firm, or work in other areas of business management. Charles Darwin University 79 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Graduate Diploma of Accounting Studies Graduate Certificate of Accounting Studies SATAC CODE – 1GD540 SATAC CODE – 1GC565 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 872131 UAC CODE – 871351 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Our Graduate Diploma of Accounting Studies will develop The Graduate Certificate of General Accounting Studies will your understanding of accounting theory, concepts and skills. help you develop an understanding of accounting principles. Successful completion of this course provides a pathway into the This course articulates into the Graduate Diploma of General Master of Professional Accounting. Accounting and the Master of Professional Accounting and can be Master of Professional Accounting graduates meet the entry your first step to an accounting career. requirements for membership of CPA Australia, Chartered ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and the Applicants who have fully satisfied the entry requirements of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in the UK. accounting professional bodies in their first degree (such as the ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS CDU Bachelor of Accounting) are not eligible for entry. Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Consideration will be given to applicants who do not have one certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent of the above qualifications, but who have at least five years full international qualification. time equivalent relevant professional experience in accounting Applicants who have fully satisfied the entry requirements of the and finance roles. Applicants must provide further documentation accounting professional bodies in their first degree are not eligible detailing their employment experience (i.e. work experience for entry. certificate from an employer/s) and outlining their roles and achievements in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) and a statement of purpose. The statement of purpose should address why you would like to be admitted into the course, career goals and aspirations and benefits the course will provide you. Charles Darwin University 80 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Graduate Certificate of Sustainable Graduate Certificate of Business Research Enterprise SATAC CODE – 1GC562 SATAC CODE – 1GC563 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 871101 SATAC CODE – 1GC568 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) Katherine (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1GC569 DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time Alice Springs (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 871081 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Waterfront Darwin, Online (Full Fee) ABOUT THE COURSE DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time The Graduate Certificate of Business Research is for graduates, DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 including professionals from a range of backgrounds - industry, government and community enterprises, who want to develop advanced business research skills relevant to commercial and ABOUT THE COURSE academic contexts. This course is uniquely framed around ongoing The Graduate Certificate of Sustainable Enterprise will allow you business sustainability focused projects, which provide insights to to develop your knowledge and understanding of sustainable the tasks and challenges of authentic business research. business practices. This course will guide you through how During this course you will apply advanced business research business can operate both profitably and in a manner that concepts, theories and methods through a series of research supports society, the economy and the environment. projects. You will have the opportunity to develop a high level of Completion of this course provides a pathway into the Master of proficiency in the collection and utilisation of business research Business Administration Sustainable Enterprise. information, including the application of a range of analytical techniques. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Graduate Certificate of Business Research may provide a Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate pathway to a Higher Degree by Research (HDR). High achieving certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent students should satisfy admission requirements to progress into international qualification. a Master by Research (MRes). Entry into a doctorate (PhD) may Applicants who do not have one of the above qualifications, but also be possible for exceptional students with proven research who have at least four years full time appropriate experience capability. Students making good progress with a MRes may also in management roles will also be considered. Applicants must be eligible to transfer to a PhD partway through their candidature. provide further documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae Please note there are a range of other considerations are involved (CV), documented evidence from your employer detailing roles evaluating HDR student eligibility, including availability of an and responsibilities, and a statement of purpose addressing how appropriate HDR Supervisor. the course will help you achieve your career aspirations. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Inherent requirements apply to this course. certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. international qualification in a business related field, with at least a credit average (GPA 5.0). Applicants who meet the above in a non-business-related discipline but have at least four years full time business or research experience in positions of responsibility will also be considered. Applicants must provide further documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV), documented evidence from your employer detailing roles and responsibilities, and a statement of purpose addressing how the course will help you achieve your career aspirations. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 81 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Master of Data Science Master of Information Technology SATAC CODE – 1CM611 (Cyber Security) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1CM109 UAC CODE – 873290 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1CM609 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time UAC CODE – 823100 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 UAC CODE – 873100 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) ABOUT THE COURSE DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time The Master of Data Science will further develop your technical and analytical skills needed to manage and interpret useful DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 insights from massive data sets. This qualification complements the following multi-disciplinary areas: ABOUT THE COURSE > computer science The Master of Information Technology (Cyber Security) > information technology complements your current information systems, information > information systems technology and computer science degree. > statistics The course focuses on cyber security in the modern world. You > mathematics will apply your knowledge in practical activities giving you the > engineering or opportunity to work alongside industry leaders. > a program with substantial quantitative competencies. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Your coursework will also include a project-based assessment The Master of Information Technology (Cyber Security) allowing you to focus on what you are passionate about. is accredited by Australia Computer Society at the level PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION of professional practice in ICT and therefore recognised The Master of Data Science is accredited by Australia Computer internationally under the Seoul Accord. Society at the level of professional and therefore recognised CAREER OPPORTUNITIES internationally under the Seoul Accord. Graduating from this course may lead to a career as an ICT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES security specialist, network security analyst or security officer. Graduating from Master of Data Science may lead to career If you are an Australian Citizen, you may be eligible to apply for opportunities as a business analyst, data scientist, data analyst, ADF Cyber Gap Program. data engineer or data manager. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification. equivalent international qualification. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 82 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Master of Information Technology Master of Information Technology (Information Systems) (Software Engineering) SATAC CODE – TBC SATAC CODE – 1CM099 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – TBC SATAC CODE – 1CM599 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 823120 DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 873120 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) ABOUT THE COURSE DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time The Master of Information Technology (Information Systems) DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 complements your current information systems, information technology and computer science degree. ABOUT THE COURSE The course focuses on information systems and data science and its effects in the modern world. You will explore the impacts of The Master of Information Technology (Software Engineering) information systems and data science in the course and project complements your other information technology qualifications work. Your studies will combine theory with practical activities helping you broaden your skill set in a specialised field. Key areas giving you the opportunity to network with industry leaders. include project and risk management, current industry practices, PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION processes and methodologies and entrepreneurship. The Master of Information Technology (Information Systems and Your studies will combine theory with practical activities giving Data Science) is accredited by Australia Computer Society at the you the opportunity to network with industry leaders. level of professional practice in ICT and therefore recognised PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION internationally under the Seoul Accord. The Master of Information Technology (Software Engineering) CAREER OPPORTUNITIES is accredited by Australia Computer Society at the level Graduating from this course may lead to a career as a business of professional practice in ICT and therefore recognised analyst, data scientist, data analyst, data manager and data internationally under the Seoul Accord. engineer. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Your skillset and knowledge make you a competitive candidate in a Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or specialised field in areas such as consultancy, startups, government equivalent international qualification. departments, private companies, non-government organisations (NGO) and community groups. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. Successful completion of a recognised Bachelor degree or See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. equivalent international qualification. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 83 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Graduate Certificate of Data Science Graduate Certificate of Information SATAC CODE – 1GC534 Technology (Cyber Security) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1GC035 UAC CODE – 871030 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1GC535 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 1 year part-time UAC CODE – 821100 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 UAC CODE – 871100 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) ABOUT THE COURSE DURATION – 1 year part-time The Graduate Certificate of Data Science will further develop your technical and analytical skills needed to manage and interpret DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 useful insights from massive data sets. This qualification complements the following multi-disciplinary areas: ABOUT THE COURSE > computer science The Graduate Certificate in Information Technology (Cyber > information technology Security) complements your other information technology > information systems qualifications and allows you to specialise in cyber security in the > statistics modern world. > mathematics You will apply your knowledge in practical activities giving you the > engineering or opportunity to work alongside industry leaders. > a program with substantial quantitative competencies. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Your coursework will also include a project-based assessment Graduating from this course may lead to career as an ICT security allowing you to focus on what you are passionate about. specialist, network security analyst or security officer. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Graduating from this course may lead to careers as a business Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or analyst, data scientist, data analyst, data engineer and data equivalent international qualification with a major in computer manager. science, information technology, information systems, statistics, ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS mathematics, engineering, or a program with substantial Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or quantitative competencies. equivalent international qualification with a major in computer Consideration will also be given to applicants who have at least five science, information technology, information systems, statistics, years appropriate professional experience. Applicants must provide mathematics, engineering, or a program with substantial further documentation detailing their professional experience in quantitative competencies. the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) with their application. Consideration will also be given to applicants who have at least INHERENT REQUIREMENTS five years appropriate professional experience. Applicants must Inherent requirements apply to this course. provide further documentation detailing their employment See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. experience in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) with their This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. application. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 84 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Master of Education CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities SATAC CODE – 1CM628 as education policymakers, practitioners, school teachers Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) and principals as well as researchers working in Australia and internationally. UAC CODE – 873380 Please note that completion of this course does not lead to Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) teacher registration. DURATION – 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 certificate, graduate diploma or master's degree or equivalent international qualification. ABOUT THE COURSE Our Master of Education focuses on specialist educational knowledge and skills which prepares you for scholarship, research and leadership in the broad field of education. This course aims to meet the professional development needs of education policy makers, practitioners, school teachers and principals and researchers working in the Northern Territory, Australia and the Asia Pacific. You are encouraged to undertake specialist studies, scholarship and research that meet personal, organisational, workplace and community interests. You will enhance your analytical thinking, collaborative learning, project management, and transformative practice skills in localised, national and/or international settings. You will also enhance your work experience by applying professional knowledge and skills acquired throughout the course to practical contexts and settings. Charles Darwin University 85 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Master of Teaching As a teacher, your levels of personal literacy and numeracy will be broadly equivalent to the top 30% of the Australian population. SATAC CODE The Early Childhood and Primary stream has a requirement of 70 – Early Childhood/Primary – TBC to 80 days of Professional experience – Primary – TBC The Secondary stream has a requirement of 60 to 80 days of – Secondary – TBC Professional experience. Casuarina, Online PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION UAC CODE The Master of Teaching has been accredited through the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory. It is consistent with – Early Childhood/Primary – TBC the standards established by the Australian Institute for Teaching – Primary – TBC and School Leadership for the Accreditation of Initial Teacher – Secondary – TBC Education Programs in Australia. Casuarina, Online The Early Childhood and Primary Teaching stream in this program is approved with the Australian Children's Education and Care DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time Quality Authority (ACECQA) . Graduates of the course will be eligible for teacher registration DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 across all Australian State and Territory jurisdictions (subject to meeting other eligibility criteria such as the National Literacy and ABOUT THE COURSE Numeracy test for Initial Teacher Education aligned with Teacher Registration Requirement, English proficiency and suitability to If you already hold a bachelor degree in a field other than teach). education, a Master of Teaching can help you to become a Before applying for admission, students intending to seek teacher in two years. At CDU, you can study your Master of employment should have the relevant State/Territory employment Teaching online or on campus, part-time or full-time. This makes it authority (e.g. State or Territory Department of Education, or easier to study where, when and how it suits you. Catholic Education Office) confirm their eligibility and suitability On graduating, you'll be eligible to register as a teacher in all for employment. states and territories in Australia. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Master of Teaching qualifies you to teach early childhood Graduating from this course prepares you to teach in early (birth to year 7), primary (transition to year 7) or secondary (year childhood, primary or secondary school settings or work in 8 to 12). Before you start studying, you'll need to choose the associated educational areas such as: stream that suits your career goals and interests. > curriculum development The course prepares you for new and changing roles as an educator. > educational planning You will develop continuing awareness of the environmental and > educational research cultural influences on teaching and learning. You'll also explore > policy development. the needs of learners and communities with diverse linguistic and cultural orientations, including Indigenous learners. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Early Childhood Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in either early childhood, primary or an area relevant to early childhood/ primary curriculum, such as art, music, technologies, English, health and physical education, mathematics, science or humanities and social sciences (e.g. history and geography). Primary Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification with at least one-year equivalent full-time study in an area relevant to primary curriculum, such as art, music, technologies, English, health and physical education, mathematics, science or humanities and social sciences (e.g. history and geography). Charles Darwin University 86 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Secondary Graduate Diploma of Specialist Education Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification comprising of a major SATAC CODE – 1GD541 sequence and a minor sequence in two of the following secondary Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) teaching areas: English, legal studies, Indigenous studies, accounting, business studies, economics, geography, history, UAC CODE – 872150 mathematics, languages other than English, music, technologies, Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) visual arts, chemistry, biology/ecology, environmental science, physics and health and physical education. DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time A major sequence is defined as one quarter of a three-year degree and a minor sequence is defined as one sixth of a three- DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 year degree. Note: if you have completed a major sequence in a teaching area, ABOUT THE COURSE but do not meet the minimum requirements of one sixth in a second teaching area you are required to contact Student Central The Graduate Diploma of Specialist Education focuses on on 1800 061 963 or [email protected] for advice before developing knowledge and skills in a specialist field of education. submitting your application to study. This course aims to meet the professional development needs ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS of teachers, practitioners, policymakers and principals working in the Northern Territory, Australia and the Asia Pacific. You Applicants must complete the Teaching Capabilities Statement are encouraged to undertake specialist studies that meet used to demonstrate suitability for study and work in the teaching personal, organisational, workplace and community interests. profession. You will enhance your analytical thinking, collaborative learning ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS and transformative practice skills in localised, national and/or international settings. Criminal History Check You will also enhance your work experience by applying You must have cleared a Police Check and/or Working with professional knowledge and skills acquired throughout the course Children Check before you can undertake your practical to practical contexts and settings. placements. If your Police Check and/or Working with Children Check are not cleared by the education sector, you will not be CAREER OPPORTUNITIES able to undertake practice teaching placements and therefore, Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities will not meet the requirements of the course. as education policymakers, practitioners, school teachers and INHERENT REQUIREMENTS principals in Australia and internationally. Inherent requirements apply to this course. Please note that completion of this course does not lead to See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. teacher registration. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma or master's degree or equivalent international qualification. Charles Darwin University 87 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      EDUCATION AND TEACHING Graduate Certificate of Specialist Education Graduate Certificate of University Learning SATAC CODE – 1GC566 and Teaching Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1GC567 UAC CODE – 871370 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 871360 DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Graduate Certificate of Specialist Education focuses on ABOUT THE COURSE developing knowledge and skills in a specialist field of education. The Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching This course aims to meet the professional development needs focuses on professional development of academic staff currently of teachers, practitioners, policymakers and principals working engaged in tertiary teaching. It aims to support teaching staff to in the Northern Territory, Australia and the Asia Pacific. You develop practice-based core skills, versatility, competence and are encouraged to undertake specialist studies that meet confidence in their specific learning and teaching environment and personal, organisational, workplace and community interests. to help them effectively meet the requirements of their role as You will enhance your analytical thinking, collaborative learning tertiary teachers. It also offers experienced tertiary teaching staff and transformative practice skills in localised, national and/ the opportunity to further develop their practice and to obtain or international settings. You will also enhance your work formal recognition as either micro-credentials or a postgraduate experience by applying professional knowledge and skills acquired qualification that can be used toward a Master's qualification. throughout the course to practical contexts and settings. Through a pedagogy that promotes reflective practice, co-design, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES peer review and students as partners, participants in these units Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities will be engaged in learning that can be applied to their teaching as education policymakers, practitioners, school teachers and practice. Modules as microcredentials in each unit contribute to a principals in Australia and internationally. Please note that learning and teaching e-portfolio that builds towards the Graduate completion of this course does not lead to teacher registration. Certificate, while at the same time providing clearly articulated RPL options to recognise and valorise staff commitment to excellence ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS in T&L. Additionally, the course will be aligned with the Higher Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Education Academy (HEA) standards to provide staff with a clear certificate, graduate diploma, master's degree or equivalent pathway towards a Fellowship. international qualification. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Applicants without one of the above qualifications in education, Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate but who have at least five years relevant professional experience, certificate, graduate diploma, master s degree or equivalent for example in an education setting or role, learning design or international qualification in a relevant field. digital technology training, will be considered on a case by case Consideration will also be given to those who do not have one of basis. Applicants must provide further documentation in the form the above qualifications, but who have at least five years relevant of a curriculum vitae (CV) with their application. professional experience, for example in tertiary education, adult education, learning design or digital technology training. Applicants must provide further documentation in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) with their application. Charles Darwin University 88 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Master of Engineering engineer in the electrical and electronics industry, you will be able to contribute significantly to the design, automation and SATAC CODE control of devices which make modern life convenient. You will be involved in electronics, telecommunications, biomedical – Civil and Structural – 1CM064 applications, and power generation and distribution, including – Electrical and Electronics – 1CM065 renewable energy. You will develop skills in communication – Mechanical – 1CM066 methods, electronic control systems and power engineering, Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) together with a background of sustainable engineering principles. SATAC CODE mechanical engineer, you will be able to make significant contributions to the design and development of machinery to – Civil and Structural – 1CM564 improve transportation, and to provide affordable solutions – Electrical and Electronics – 1CM565 for manufacturing and industrial production. Key areas include – Mechanical – 1CM566 mechatronics, robotics, biomechanical applications, aeroplanes, Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) cars, pumps and pipelines. UAC CODE PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION – Civil and Structural – 823070 The Master of Engineering is accredited by Engineers Australia – Electrical and Electronics – 823080 at the level of professional Engineer and therefore recognised internationally under the Washington Accord. – Mechanical – 823090 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) CAREER OPPORTUNITIES SATAC CODE Graduating from the civil and structural engineering major of this – Civil and Structural – 873070 course may lead to professional opportunities in areas such as design, construction, water supply and treatment, infrastructure – Electrical and Electronics – 873080 development, roads and traffic and project management. – Mechanical – 873090 Graduating from the electrical and electronics engineering major Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas such as electronics, renewable energy, power generation and DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time distribution, manufacturing, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Graduating from the mechanical engineering major of this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, ABOUT THE COURSE machinery, manufacturing and fabrication, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. The Master of Engineering will build on your previous knowledge ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS and encourage you to develop a deeper and integrated Successful completion of a recognised Bachelor of Engineering, understanding of the scientific and engineering principles of your Bachelor of Engineering Science, Bachelor of Engineering engineering discipline. You will also build leadership and research Technology, Bachelor of Technology or equivalent international skills for the development of engineering or research projects. qualification in civil and structural, electrical and electronics, This course specifically offers hands-on, practical experience, mechanical engineering or an approved equivalent discipline. which will help you in your future career as a professional Note: applicants may study only in the stream that matches the engineer. Special emphasis is placed on the themes of engineering area of their undergraduate degree. sustainability, creativity, teamwork, design, research and leadership. This course was developed in consultation with INHERENT REQUIREMENTS and is supported by, industry leaders. You'll graduate with the Inherent requirements apply to this course. foundation of engineering knowledge which directly aligns with See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. international industry requirements. As a professional: civil and structural engineer, you will be continually challenging traditional civil and construction methods with creativity and innovation to help design and manage structures for the modern world. Key areas include structures, water resources, roads and traffic, bridges, and marine structures. Charles Darwin University 89 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENGINEERING Master of Engineering PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Master of Engineering (all specialisations) has been designed SATAC CODE to meet Engineers Australia accreditation requirements at the – Civil and Structural – 1CM622 level of professional engineer and accreditation is currently being sought. – Electrical and Electronics – 1CM623 – Mechanical – 1CM624 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Graduating from the civil and structural engineering major of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas such as UAC CODE design, construction, water supply and treatment, infrastructure – Civil and Structural – 873370 development, roads and traffic and project management. – Electrical and Electronics – 873360 Graduating from the electrical and electronics engineering major – Mechanical – 873200 of this course may lead to professional opportunities in areas Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) such as electronics, renewable energy, power generation and distribution, manufacturing, process control, mining, oil and gas, DURATION – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time consultation, and project management. Graduating from the mechanical engineering major of this DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as design, machinery, manufacturing and fabrication, process control, mining, oil and gas, consultation, and project management. ABOUT THE COURSE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This 3-year full time Master of Engineering course is designed for Successful completion of: applicants with a background in science or a related field who wish > a recognised bachelor degree in science, engineering, to progress with an engineering qualification in civil and structural, technology or equivalent; and electrical and electronics or mechanical engineering. It also enables > studies of mathematics equivalent to SMA101 Mathematics engineering graduates to study a different field of engineering. 1A and SMA102 Mathematics 1B of Charles Darwin As a professional: University. civil and structural engineer, you will continuously be challenging INHERENT REQUIREMENTS traditional civil and construction methods with creativity and innovation to help design and manage structures for the modern Inherent requirements apply to this course. world. Key areas include structures, water resources, roads and See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. traffic, bridges and marine structures. engineer in the electrical and electronics industry, you are responsible for the design, automation and control of the devices which make modern life convenient. You are involved in electronics, telecommunications, biomedical applications and power generation and distribution, including renewable energy. mechanical engineer, you are involved in the design and build of large and small devices which improve transportation, provide affordable manufacturing and production solutions. Key areas include mechatronics, robotics, biomechanical applications, aeroplanes, cars, pumps and pipelines. Special emphasis is placed on the themes of sustainability, creativity, teamwork, design and leadership. Your studies will provide a sound base of fundamental engineering principles, followed by advanced specialist knowledge of the theory and practice of civil and structural engineering, electrical and electronics engineering or mechanical engineering, depending on the major selected. Special emphasis is placed on the themes of sustainability, creativity, teamwork, design, research and leadership. This course was developed in consultation with and is supported by industry leaders. You graduate with a sound foundation of engineering knowledge which directly aligns with international industry requirements. Charles Darwin University 90 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Master of Environmental Management The course is flexible and caters to your individual needs. It balances required knowledge and technical skills, develops SATAC CODE – 1CM089 conceptual skills, and challenges you to apply them to natural Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) resource management within its complex social context. SATAC CODE – 1CM589 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Graduates may seek professional membership to associations UAC CODE – 823220 such as the Australian Rangelands Society, Ecological Society of Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Australia and Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand. UAC CODE – 873220 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Graduating from this course may lead to a career in areas of DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time research or environmental and natural resources management, within regional natural resource management agencies, environmental NGOs, Indigenous natural resources management DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 organisations, consultancy firms and the resources sector. ABOUT THE COURSE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of one of the following: The Master of Environmental Management complements your > a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international existing science qualifications whether you are a graduate starting qualification in a related field; or out or an established professional looking to broaden or deepen > a recognised bachelor degree in an unrelated field plus your professional skill set. completion of a graduate diploma in a related field or You will focus on the principles and practices of Environmental equivalent international qualification. Management, particularly in the context of wet-dry and semi- Related fields include: biological science, earth science, arid tropical ecosystems and arid landscapes. Study will cover environmental engineering, environmental science, geography, livelihoods, spatial science and analysis, and ecology and geographic information or sustainability studies. management of natural resources. Unit selection is flexible within these areas. Professional placements and remote Australia and INHERENT REQUIREMENTS international intensives are also available. Inherent requirements apply to this course. The broad skills, concepts and applications explored in this course See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. are also relevant even if you are working in other ecosystems, and This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. includes a focus on the social context within which environmental management takes place. Charles Darwin University 91 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Master of Applied Spatial Science Graduate Certificate of Spatial Science SATAC CODE – 1CM626 SATAC CODE – 1GC522 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 873130 UAC CODE – 871130 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE The Masters of Applied Spatial Science will give you the skills to Our Graduate Certificate in Spatial Science complements your apply spatial science technologies and analysis techniques to current science qualifications and will further develop your solve real-world problems across a diverse range of fields and professional skill set. This spacial science course is designed for vocations. This in-depth program is delivered both online and professionals, across a wide-range of vocations, seeking to gain on-campus from Darwin, which is Australia's gateway to Indonesia expertise at postgraduate level. and Southeast Asia. The course carries a strong focus upon the This stand-alone course belongs to a pathway between graduate application of open-source spatial science technologies as well as certificate, graduate diploma and Master of Environmental teaching applications of commercial platforms such as ArcGIS. Management. During the course, you will learn essential skills to apply the latest You are not expected to have previous experience in the spatial spatial science tools and techniques to data relevant to multiple science field; however, if you do have some background, the sectors including, Environmental Science, Precision Agriculture, repeatable placement unit allows the inclusion of project work in Disaster & Emergency Management, and Health. the unit selection. The Graduate Certificate in Spatial Science is nested within CAREER OPPORTUNITIES the Master s degree course as entry and exit pathways to this program. Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in government, private companies and non-government CAREER OPPORTUNITIES organisations (NGO) as managers, technicians, project managers, This qualification prepares you for roles that require the maintenance officers, surveyors and geospatial modellers. integration of spatial science into your current profession. This ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS course provides a pathway for professionals with a background in disciplines such as Environmental Science, Health, Disaster Successful completion of a recognised bachelor's degree or & Emergency Management, Information Technology, Project equivalent international qualification. management, or Indigenous knowledge, or a field with substantial INHERENT REQUIREMENTS quantitative competencies seeking to commence or further progress their professional and research careers in the area of Inherent requirements apply to this course. spatial science. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor's degree or equivalent international qualification. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 92 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Master of Arts Master of Emergency and SATAC CODE – 1CM098 Disaster Management Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) SATAC CODE – 1CM117 SATAC CODE – 1CM598 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) SATAC CODE – 1CM617 UAC CODE – 823270 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 823280 UAC CODE – 873270 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 873280 DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ABOUT THE COURSE The Master of Arts is a flexible, postgraduate degree that allows ABOUT THE COURSE you to undertake a bespoke research project on a topic of your The Master of Emergency and Disaster Management qualifies choice. It will equip you with deep knowledge to bolster your CV, you with the skills and knowledge to work as an emergency and demonstrate your expertise and prepare you for a PhD should you disaster management professional in a variety of contexts. This wish to continue your studies. in-depth and unique program draws upon the expertise and At CDU, you can choose a research topic that aligns with one of practical experience of researchers and practitioners working the following focus areas: from Australia's gateway to Indonesia and Southeast Asia which > Cultural and creative research is arguably one of the regions of the world most prone to, and > Indigenous research methodologies affected by, various types of disasters. This course focuses on > Indigenous policy development informed practice and research, and critically examines issues > Indigenous engagement through a multi-sectoral lens to explore the ways in which > Yolgnu languages and culture. different professional and cultural perspectives may shape emergency and disaster management work. You'll benefit from access to an expert, dedicated research During the course you will: supervisor, who will support you to think critically and creatively. > Gain the essential knowledge and skills required to lead and You'll be guided to shape a research thesis or piece of coursework manage all phases of the disaster management cycle that is unique, carefully considered and robust in its findings. > Learn how to confidently apply your academic studies to In a world where opinions are rife, but facts and considered practical responses thought may not be, your ability to critically evaluate ideas, > Learn how to apply your skills, knowledge and experience in concepts and information will set you apart. a way that's appropriate, collaborative and productive in the CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Asia Pacific region and beyond A Master of Arts is a great way to deepen and strengthen your > Have the opportunity to tailor your course by choosing from a knowledge and skills across a wide range of professional careers broad range of specialised electives and drawing on relevant from the creative arts to Indigenous policy. The course offers the study opportunities both at CDU and elsewhere opportunity to credit the work you are doing on existing projects > Acquire the technical, managerial and leadership skills to towards your study. progress your current career or take a new professional direction. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, master's degree, or equivalent certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent international qualification. international qualification. Applicants who don't meet the entry requirements, are advised to consider applying for the Graduate INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Certificate of Emergency and Disaster Management or contact Inherent requirements apply to this course. the course coordinator in the College of Indigenous Futures, See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Education and the Arts by email to [email protected] for further advice. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 93 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Master of Public Policy You explore a variety of political, cultural and social theory approaches to public policy and gain a solid understanding of SATAC CODE – TBC evidence-based policy development, evaluation, and empirical Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) research theories and methodologies. SATAC CODE – TBC Choose from specialist electives that will develop your public Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) policy knowledge in an area such as: > Indigenous policy UAC CODE – TBC > international education Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) > governance and management UAC CODE – TBC > health Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) > emergency and disaster management DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time > environmental management. You will apply this new knowledge in an important public policy DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 research project of your choice. You will receive one-on-one supervision and support from university research, public policy ABOUT THE COURSE researchers, policy developers and evaluators, and teaching staff. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Master of Public Policy is an opportunity to undertake in- Graduating with a Master of Public Policy may lead to career depth study in the field of public policy. The degree culminates opportunities in government and private companies as a policy in a research project that seeks to explore issues of research in researcher, advisor, analyst or writer. policy related fields. With a focus on northern Australia and its relation to South- ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS East Asia you'll explore the policy issues in the region's remote Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate contexts, the significance of Indigenous peoples and cultures, and certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent its proximity to South-East Asia. international qualification. You will build the necessary knowledge and skills to engage Applicants who don't meet the entry requirements, are advised in effective and ethical research for policy development. The to contact the course coordinator in the College of Indigenous course deepens your understanding of the unique challenges and Future, Education and the Arts by email to characteristics of "doing policy" in northern contexts. [email protected] for further advice. Charles Darwin University 94 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Master of Social Work (Qualifying) Graduate Diploma of Creative Therapies SATAC CODE – 1CM606 SATAC CODE – 1GD037 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 873210 SATAC CODE – 1GD537 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 822090 DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 872090 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) ABOUT THE COURSE DURATION – 2 years part-time Be an agent of change and make a difference in the lives of DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 families, individuals and communities. Our Masters of Social Work (Qualifying) provides you with the skills and knowledge to work ABOUT THE COURSE in a diverse range of practice contexts including urban, regional and remote, and international settings. As a fully accredited Unleash your creative side to help others. Our Graduate Diploma course, graduates are eligible for membership to the Australian of Creative Therapies provides you with sound theoretical and Association of Social Workers and will be a part of a growing practical foundations in creative therapies - therapies that include and diverse CDU social work alumni. During the course, you will art, play, dance, drama, and music. explore themes and concepts such as social justice, human rights, Specifically, our graduate diploma course has been designed to critical reflection and supervision, culturally responsive practice, equip practitioners who work with diverse client groups to utilise research and advocacy. Students will be supported to complete creative therapies in your practice. two placements in the field to further solidify classroom learning with real world practice. Our Graduate Diploma of Creative Therapies imparts the necessary skills in research, evaluation, and professional practice PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION to enable you to choose suitable therapies and to accommodate As a graduate of our Social Work (Qualifying) course, students the unique challenges of each client. will be eligible for membership with the Australian Association of Our unique course blends Western approaches with Aboriginal Social Workers (AASW). healing practices and knowledges. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The course is designed for people working in health, community, As a graduate of the Master of Social Work (Qualifying) degree justice, education, and cognate fields, as well as individuals who you will develop key skills in critical thinking and working with work in Aboriginal and cross-cultural communities. persons of diverse backgrounds. Career opportunities exist in CAREER OPPORTUNITIES fields such as drug and alcohol work, family based violence, As a graduate of our Graduate Diploma in Creative Therapies working with children and families, refugee and humanitarian you may find work as part of a health care team that includes issues, social policy and ecological justice, community based physicians, psychologists, nurses, artists, refugee organisations, organisations and the non for profit sector, government mental health counsellors, marriage and family therapists, sectors inclusing health, education and aged care, international rehabilitation counsellors, or as a social worker or teacher. development, social policy and research. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of: Successful completion of a bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification or a Graduate Certificate of Creative > a recognised bachelor degree in any field; and Therapies from Charles Darwin University. Special pathways exist > the equivalent of one-year full-time study in behavioural for First Nations people and those who have worked with First or social science units, whether this be included in the Nations people. completed degree or in the form of additional qualifications at graduate diploma or above level. Due to professional recognition, applicants who have completed a Bachelor of Social Work undergraduate degree are not eligible for entry into this course. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. Charles Darwin University 95 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Graduate Diploma of Emergency and This course is a pathway for further studies (for example, into a Master of Emergency and Disaster Management) and is Disaster Management supported by nationally and internationally respected industry partners. The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in SATAC CODE – 1GD022 Emergency and Disaster Management are entry and exit pathways Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) for the Master's degree. SATAC CODE – 1GD522 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) The Graduate Diploma of Emergency and Disaster Management UAC CODE – 822030 complements your current professional resume, broadening your Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) skill set and preparing you for management and leadership roles. UAC CODE – 872030 Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities that Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) focus on emergency and disaster management from prevention DURATION – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time to recovery. Your qualifications could land you a role in health, environment, social wellbeing, humanitarian assistance and management. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ABOUT THE COURSE Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent Based in the capital of Australia's Northern Territory, at the international qualification. centre of the 'Top End' and Australia's gateway to Indonesia and INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Southeast Asia, this highly unique postgraduate program focuses Inherent requirements apply to this course. on a geographic region that is unarguably the most prone to, See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. and affected by various types of disasters. The Graduate Diploma of Emergency and Disaster Management will equip you with the skills and ability to apply your knowledge and experience appropriately, collaboratively and productively in this vulnerable region and other parts of the world. You will graduate with essential knowledge and skills to lead and manage all phases of the disaster management cycle, as well as the confidence to apply your academic studies to practical responses and report on your professional experience into the academic sphere of this rapidly evolving sector. This in-depth course promotes its uniqueness in three areas: its focus on Asia-Pacific Region; its informed practice and research; its multi-sectoral approach. Charles Darwin University 96 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Graduate Certificate of Arts Graduate Certificate of Creative Therapies SATAC CODE – 1GC042 SATAC CODE – 1GC045 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) SATAC CODE – 1GC542 SATAC CODE – 1GC545 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) UAC CODE – 821150 UAC CODE – 821160 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) UAC CODE – 871150 UAC CODE – 871160 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) DURATION – 6 months full-time, 1 year part-time DURATION – 1 year part-time DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1 ABOUT THE COURSE ABOUT THE COURSE Our Graduate Certificate of Arts is a flexible postgraduate course Be part of something unique. Our Graduate Certificate of Creative that prepares you for further studies or research. The course will Therapies provides you with the key principles of creative diversify and grow your knowledge in cultural and creative spheres. therapies, including art, play, dance, drama and music. You'll choose to specialise in one of following areas, It will help you to work with a diverse range of clients, from > Cultural and creative research people who have experienced traumas to members of Aboriginal > Indigenous research methodologies and cross-cultural communities. > Indigenous engagement This unique course blends Western approaches with Aboriginal > Indigenous policy development healing practices and knowledges. > Yolngu language and culture studies. If you are working in health, community, justice, education, and Whether you want to consolidate your expertise or forge a new related fields, or if you work in Aboriginal and cross-cultural career path, this degree will equip you with the analytical and communities our Graduate Certificate of Cretive Therapies is for you. critical thinking skills you need to succeed. The course is also a pathway to further postgraduate study of a At CDU, you'll explore unique perspectives on the contemporary Graduate Diploma or Master's degree. issues facing Indigenous Australia, Northern Australia and South- CAREER OPPORTUNITIES East Asia. Our lecturers are leaders in their fields and are ready to As a graduate of our Graduate Certificate of Creative Therapies guide and mentor you. you may find employment as a teacher and teachers aide (with CAREER OPPORTUNITIES further training), health and mental health workers, workers in A Graduate Certificate of Arts will open up opportunities for you Indigenous organisations, arts workers, child protection workers, by adding a new dimension of knowledge and skills to your existing workers in justice, women's and children's services, disability in qualification. It is likely to make you ready for work in the NT by giving the social services. your qualifications and experience a local edge. It also allows you to ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS access locally specific, Indigenous or creative skills and knowledge Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate development without committing to longer periods of study. certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS international qualification. Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate Special consideration will also be given to applicants who are certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and/or have at least three international qualification. years of appropriate experience working with, or living in, Consideration will also be given to applicants who do not have Aboriginal Communities. Ensure you include this experience in one of the above qualifications, but who have at least five years the employment section of your application. You may be asked to appropriate professional experience. provide a curriculum vitae (CV) at a later date. Applicants must provide further documentation detailing their employment experience in the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) with their application. INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. Charles Darwin University 97 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Graduate Certificate of Emergency and ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Disaster Management Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, masters degree or equivalent SATAC CODE – 1GC016 international qualification. Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) Consideration will be given to applicants who have a diploma level SATAC CODE – 1GC516 qualification or above and at least five years relevant professional Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) experience. Applicants must provide further documentation detailing their UAC CODE – 821050 employment experience (i.e. work experience certificate from Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) an employer/s) and outlining their roles and achievements in UAC CODE – 871050 the form of a curriculum vitae (CV) and a statement of purpose. Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) The statement of purpose should address why you would like to be admitted into the course, career goals and aspirations and DURATION – 1 year part-time benefits the course will provide you. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 INHERENT REQUIREMENTS Inherent requirements apply to this course. See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. ABOUT THE COURSE Based in the capital of Australia's Northern Territory, at the centre of the 'Top End' and Australia's gateway to Indonesia and Southeast Asia, this highly unique postgraduate program focuses on a geographic region that is unarguably the most prone to, and affected by various types of disasters. As an emergency and disaster management specialist, you will hav the skills and ability to apply your knowledge and experience appropriately, collaboratively and productively in this vulnerable region and other parts of the world. You will have the essential knowledge and skills required to manage all phases of the disaster management cycle. You will confidently apply your academic studies to practical responses and report on your professional experience into the academic sphere of this rapidly evolving sector. Our in-depth course is unique in its; > focus on Asia-Pacific Region > informed practice and research > multi-sectoral approach. Along with the necessary technical skills and experience, you will also develop your managerial and leadership skills to either assist in your current career or help with new career pathways. This course is a pathway for advanced studies and is supported by nationally and internationally respected industry partners. The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management are entry and exit pathways for the master's degree course. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduating from Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management may lead to career opportunities that focus on emergency and disaster management from prevention to recovery. Your qualifications could land you a role in health, environment, social wellbeing, humanitarian assistance and management. Charles Darwin University 98 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Graduate Certificate of Leadership (Police, The course creates a solid foundation for translating your academic development into practical responses, and to apply Fire and Emergency Services) lessons learned from your professional experience to academic thinking. You will develop your leadership and managerial skills to SATAC CODE – TBC extend your career opportunities. Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) CAREER OPPORTUNITIES UAC CODE – TBC Most students undertaking this course are from the police, fire Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) and emergency sector and study to acquire skills and knowledge DURATION – 1 year part-time that will further their career in the sector. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, master's degree or equivalent ABOUT THE COURSE international qualification. Applicants who have a diploma level qualification and at least five Our Graduate Certificate of Leadership (Police, Fire and years relevant professional experience will also be considered. Emergency Services) prepares you with the necessary knowledge Applicants must provide further documentation detailing their and skills to provide effective and efficient leadership for employment experience (i.e. work experience certificate from managing all types of situations, from small-scale routine an employer/s) and outlining their roles and achievements in the emergencies to complex catastrophic events. form of a curriculum vitae (CV). Applicants must also provide a The course explores how public leaders manage crises, the secrets statement of purpose which should address why you would like of successful crisis management, and how to anticipate and to be admitted into the course, career goals and aspirations and mitigate risk and future crises. benefits the course will provide you. During the course, you will: INHERENT REQUIREMENTS > develop your leadership skills through advanced analysis of Inherent requirements apply to this course. case studies from Australia and abroad See http://www.cdu.edu.au/inherent-requirements for details. > learn about proactive measures to deal with emergency risk This course is being reviewed and may be amended for 2023. reduction > explore how to use your skills and knowledge in a way that is appropriate, collaborative and productive in local and global contexts to gain a holistic, in-depth understanding of the leadership framework for complex crisis management > move beyond academic and theory-based learning to gain the practical and applied skills you will need to work in the sector at a national, regional and international level. Charles Darwin University 99 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Graduate Certificate of Safe Communities With an emphasis on prevention, innovation and collaboration you will be part of a learning community, drawing from research, (Child Protection) knowledge and the expertise that exists within community led approaches to keeping children culturally, psychologically and SATAC CODE – 1GC044 physically safe. Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) SATAC CODE – 1GC544 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Child protection staff in local government take this course for professional development and skills acquisition. UAC CODE – 821180 Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS UAC CODE – 871170 Successful completion of a bachelor degree, graduate certificate, Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) graduate diploma, master's degree or equivalent international qualification in a relevant field; or DURATION – 1 year part-time Successful completion of a diploma level qualification and two years of experience working in the fields of community work, child DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 protection or family violence; or Consideration will also be given to you if you have at least five ABOUT THE COURSE years of appropriate experience working with children, families and communities. To apply under this admission criteria, you must Make a real impact in the lives of children, young people and families. provide a curriculum vitae and two written referee reports in your Our Graduate Certificate of Safe Communities (Child Protection) application. provides you with the specialist knowledge and skills to assess, ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS manage, respond to and support the reduction of child maltreatment. If you are working (or seeking to work) in statutory child You must clear a National Police Check and/or a working with protection, including as a social worker, psychologist, police children clearance. officer, teacher, youth worker, allied health worker and community worker this is the degree for you. Our Graduate Certificate of Safe Communities (Child Protection) enhances the capacity of those with responsibility for supporting vulnerable children and family within their communities. 100 Charles Darwin University 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Master of Public Health/ CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Master of Health Research Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in non-government organisations (NGOs) and government sectors SATAC CODE – 1CM114 in areas such as: health research, professional health practice, Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) health policy and planning, epidemiology, communicable and chronic disease control, community development and aid work. SATAC CODE – 1CM614 Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS UAC CODE – 823300 Successful completion of one of the following: Casuarina, Online (Commonwealth Supported) > a recognised bachelor degree or a graduate diploma or UAC CODE – 873300 masters degree in a related area; or Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) > a recognised bachelor degree plus an honours degree or a graduate diploma or masters degree in a non-related area. DURATION – 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time Related areas include: public health, health science, primary health care, medicine, social science or health promotion. DOMESTIC INTAKE – Semester 1, Semester 2 Applicants who have completed Charles Darwin University's Graduate Certificate of Infectious Disease Prevention and Control ABOUT THE COURSE (UIDPC1) or Graduate Certificate of Epidemiology (UEPID1) are also eligible for entry. Combining a Master of Public Health with a Master of Health Research will give greater flexibility and opportunity to your career. This double degree is a strong modern qualification that will enable you to tackle contemporary and future population health issues with high level public health and health research skills. It is also an alternative pathway to Higher Degrees by Research. This double degree will equip you with the tools to investigate, critique and respond to real world population health problems in local and global contexts, as well as advanced knowledge and skills in health research design and evidence-based practice. Learn from acclaimed Menzies School of Health Research professionals in the specialist areas of Indigenous health, global health, public health practice and health research. You will study: epidemiology; biostatistics; quantitative and qualitative research methods. Learn to analyse and interpret population health information, evaluate and design public health interventions and formulate evidence-based strategies to address complex health and social issues. Apply public health approaches to: health promotion; disease control; health systems; health policy; decision making; the environment and the sustainable development goals. Consolidate your learning by undertaking a research project supervised by an expert in the field. Our public health and health research graduates have gone on to secure employment in national and international health services and ministries; as well as public health organisations and universities. They have become public health leaders, program planners, analysts, evaluators, health policy officers, professional practitioners and health researchers. This course requires a high level of academic reading and writing. Students who are not confident in their academic literacy skills are encouraged to fully utilise the University's academic support services. Charles Darwin University 101 2023 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

      MEDICINE AND HEALTH Master of Aeromedical Retrieval ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents must demonstrate SATAC CODE – 1CM616 current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) Regulation Agency (AHPRA). UAC CODE – 873350 International applicants must demonstrate current registration/ Casuarina, Online (Full Fee) affiliation/license with the relevant nursing/medical body in their country of origin. DURATION – 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time It is expected applicants have r