Engineering managers combine management expertise with engineering knowledge to lead teams of specialists who may work on highly technical tasks. An engineering manager's role may focus more on the processes and procedures of project realisation and on budgets, rather than technical input.
This course is an approved course by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). It is designed to enable returning nurses to attain the necessary level of practice in accordance with the Australian nursing standards. The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) has been offering bridging and re-entry programs for more than 17 years and our curriculum is accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) and Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA).
Participants must hold a Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent
Participants must be referred to this course by the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA)
Important pre-enrolment information from NMBA is available here
Required immunity status must be met as per NSW health guidelines
In this double degree you will learn how to identify the nutritional health needs of individuals, groups and communities. You'll be prepared to educate people on good health and nutrition and advocate for better health policies and laws.
As a physiotherapist, you have the opportunity to make a big impact on someone's life. Whether you're part of a transplant recipient's first steps with a new set of lungs or helping an athlete get back on the field after an injury, it's a highly rewarding job.
In response to COVID-19, the University of Sydney has reviewed the availability of courses to be delivered remotely for students commencing their studies in 2021 and 2022. Students commencing this course in 2021 and 2022 are required to commence their studies in-person on campus.
You must have a recognised bachelor degree (or higher qualification) in any discipline.
1-year program entry requirements
You must have one of the following recognised:
bachelor honours degree in teaching or education; or
bachelor degree in any discipline plus graduate certificate in teaching or education; or
graduate diploma (or higher qualification) in teaching or education; or
bachelor degree in teaching or education followed by at least two years full-time (or equivalent) work experience in teaching or education.
If you qualify for the 1-year program you will be automatically granted 48 credit points of general advanced standing towards the option units. This will be confirmed in your offer letter.
If you are interested in July start please note the course starts first Monday in July three weeks before semester 2 starts. Please view July (6TP4) dates to find out more
1.5 year program
A recognised bachelor degree (or higher qualification) in any discipline with a minimum GPA of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale).
1 year program
A recognised bachelor degree in any discipline with a minimum GPA of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale) and a completed recognised Graduate Certificate (or higher) in the field of Education with GPA of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale); or
A recognised bachelor degree in the field of education with a minimum GPA of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale) plusa minimum of two years full-time (or equivalent) relevant work experience in teaching or education. Students applying on the basis of work experience must submit a detailed CV position details and employment statements.
This course provides specialist knowledge and skills in sexology. You will examine research on the biological, psychological and social aspects of human sexuality, and study different research methods. Ethics in sexology are also highly prioritised.
As a doctoral research degree candidate, you will uncover new knowledge either by the discovery of new facts, the formulation of theories or the innovative reinterpretation of known data and established ideas.
You can choose to accelerate your studies over 1.5 years or study full-time over two years. If you choose the accelerated option you will be able to apply for registration six months earlier than graduates from other universities.
Applicants will need a completed Bachelor degree (or equivalent) that does not lead to teacher registration (with a minimum GPA of 4.0 on a 7-point scale) with disciplinary strengths in two distinctive teaching areas.
Applicants must also complete non-academic entry requirements to be eligible for this program.
You can explore the key learning areas further on the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority website. Applicants must have completed a quarter of their degree (a minimum of six subjects) in their first nominated teaching area. The second teaching area must include a minimum of another six courses for senior secondary or four courses for junior secondary.
Teaching area requirements for Secondary Education
Please refer to the Teaching Area Guide for more information.
Note: Successful completion of the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) is not an entry requirement for this program. However, if you have achieved a 'satisfactory' result for one or more component of the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) at another institution, the 'satisfactory' result can be carried across with your program application. You are not eligible to apply for a place in the program if one or more component of LANTITE remains at 'unsatisfactory' after two test attempts for that component. Griffith University does not support reset of LANTITE test attempts.
Australia-International Institute of Workplace Training (AIWT)
The Master of Teaching is designed for people seeking to obtain an initial teacher education qualification in order to register as a teacher in Australia and/or in a country that recognises Australian teaching qualifications.