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Guide 2019

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1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864)
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Research
farms Camden/
Southern Cobbitty
Highlands 60km ^--
Surry Hills Camperdown/ 150km ↑
Darlington

CBD

Sydney
Conservatorium
of Music
Cumberland Westmead Orange Narrabri
Broken Hill 250km ^-- 500km →
Rozelle 1150km ^-- Dubbo Lismore
400km^-- 750km→


WELCOME TO
SYDNEY
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WELCOME TO SYDNEY
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Join us Areas of study
Discover why our graduates With 400+ study areas available,
are ranked first in Australia and you'll be able to customise a
fourth in the world for graduate degree to perfectly match your
employability.* goals and interests.

– –

2019 key dates..................................... 3 Architecture, design


Why choose Sydney?......................... 4 and planning....................................... 21
Sydney - your number one Arts and social sciences ................ 22
destination........................................... 6 Business ............................................. 23
Camperdown/Darlington Education and social work ............. 24
Campus map ...................................... 8 Engineering and
Research excellence ........................10 information technologies............... 25
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Global opportunities........................ 12 Law...................................................... 26


Campus life......................................... 14 Medicine and health........................ 27
Student support services................ 15 Music................................................... 28
Accommodation................................ 16 Science, agriculture, environment
and veterinary science .................. 29
The University of Sydney

We acknowledge the tradition


Vice-Chancellor's Garden

of custodianship and law of the


Country on which the University of
Sydney campuses stand. We pay our
respects to those who have cared and
continue to care for  Country.
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* QS Graduate Employability Rankings, 2018


Undergraduate courses Postgraduate courses How to apply
A full list of our undergraduate A full list of our postgraduate The next steps. Find out how to
course offerings, with assumed course offerings, including course apply for your dream course and
knowledge, prerequisites and information and tuition fees. begin your journey to Sydney.
career possibilities.

– – –

The Sydney Undergraduate Postgraduate study.......................... 90 Application advice ..........................120


Experience ........................................ 32 Postgraduate course index............ 92 How to apply - undergraduate
A degree designed for you ............ 34 Postgraduate courses and postgraduate coursework..... 121
The combined Bachelor of – table notes ..................................... 95 How to apply - research............... 122
Advanced Studies ............................ 38 Postgraduate courses Academic and English
Become a Dalyell Scholar............... 40 – available full time onshore.......... 96 language requirements................. 124
Follow your interests........................42 Postgraduate courses – not Additional admission criteria ....... 126
Broaden your skills .......................... 44 available full time onshore ............115 Fees and costs................................. 128
Tackle today’s issues ....................... 45 Scholarships and student loans... 129
Centre for English Teaching ........ 130
2019 guide to admission criteria The University of Sydney
for international students .............. 46 preparation programs................... 132
Undergraduate courses................. 54
Table notes........................................ 56 Glossary ............................................133
Undergraduate courses A-Z........... 60
2019 guide to admission criteria
for domestic students..................... 86

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Sydney Nanoscience Hub


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2019 KEY DATES

February 2018 - January 2019 Application deadlines vary and for some courses can be a year in advance.
Visit our course website for course-specific dates: sydney.edu.au/courses
UAC applicants, check: www.uac.edu.au/international

August 2018 Open Day in Sydney - 25 August.


sydney.edu.au/open-day

For Open Days and events around the world, visit


sydney.edu.au/international-open-days

December 2018 Info Day in Sydney


sydney.edu.au/info-day

Australian Year 12 results released and UAC offers made in rounds from
December to February.

January – February 2019 Orientation takes place the week before semester starts – it’s a great way to get to
know your faculty, teaching staff and fellow students before classes begin. Some
faculties and University schools host orientation events in the week before the start
of lectures.

Join us
Semester 1 begins on 25 February 2019. Some courses have an earlier start.
Check the start date for your course at sydney.edu.au/courses

Once classes start, you have two weeks to try out different subjects (depending on
the flexibility within your degree), as long as you finalise your enrolment no later than
the Friday of Week 2.

Research period 1 begins

March 2019 If you change your mind about a unit of study, you can still withdraw without
academic or financial penalty. This usually falls on the last day of March.*

Research period 2 begins

June 2019 Study vacation, 2 week exam period (from early June) and end of Semester 1

July 2019 Research period 3 begins

August 2019 Semester 2 begins on 5 August 2019. Some courses have an earlier start.
Check the start date for your course at sydney.edu.au/courses
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Some faculties and University schools host orientation events in the week before the
start of lectures.

You can try out different units of study before finalising your enrolment at the end of
the second week of semester.

You can withdraw from a unit of study without academic or financial penalty.
This usually falls on the last day of August.*

October 2019 Research period 4 begins

November 2019 Study vacation, 2 week exam period (from mid November) and end of Semester 2

Dates are subject to change. For the latest * Withdrawal deadlines (census dates) vary for the
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information, please check sydney.edu.au/dates research periods. To find out more, visit
sydney.edu.au/study/admissions-timeline

WHY CHOOSE
SYDNEY?

As Australia's first university, we aim to instil
the skills, knowledge and values you need to
We offer an exceptional range of
disciplines – more than 400 areas
of study. Enjoy the flexibility of
become a leader in a rapidly changing world. choosing a degree that allows
sydney.edu.au

you to combine your strongest


Combining the highest quality teaching with interests and gain real-world
practical, future‑focused learning, you can experience through our internship
and project‑based learning
gain the expertise and experience to solve opportunities.
the most complex challenges - now and in
Outside the classroom, you
the future. can make lifelong friends
and connections and enjoy
unforgettable experiences.

1st Top 50  Top 50


in Australia and 4th in
in world university in the world for many of
The University of Sydney

the world for graduate


rankings2 our disciplines3
employability1
The Quadrangle
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≈300 200+ 400+
international partners, clubs and societies to areas to choose from,
so you can combine enrich your student so you can find the
study and travel experience right degree to fulfil
your goals

Join us
320,000+ #1
alumni to connect for student
you with a worldwide experience in
network Australia4
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1
QS Graduate Employability
Rankings 2018
2
QS World University Rankings 2018
3
QS World University Rankings by
Subject 2018
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4
National Union of Students survey,
2010, 2012, 2013, 2015

SYDNEY – YOUR
NUMBER ONE

Bondi Beach. Image courtesy Tourism Australia


DESTINATION

sydney.edu.au

Our main campus is located “Sydney is a beautiful harbour city


with a vibrant student life. I’ve had
in the heart of one of the uncountable cultural experiences
since being here which have been
most popular cities in the some of the appealing features to
me as an international student.”
world for international Agus Simahendra
university students. Master of Medicine
(Infection and Immunity)
Home country: Indonesia
The University of Sydney

Set around the world’s largest


natural harbour, Sydney is home to
beautiful golden beaches, world‑class
Image courtesy: Tourism Australia

museums and art galleries, delicious


fresh food, and a calendar of exciting
Sydney Harbour Bridge,

events and festivals.


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The University of Sydney has a We also have several faculty- More reasons to come here
network of campuses in the heart specific campuses and teaching
of the city and beyond. locations, such as Health Sciences −− One of the 15 best cities in the
in Cumberland4, Dentistry in world for international students2
Our Camperdown/Darlington Surry Hills and Westmead, Sydney −− Ranked as one of the world’s top
Campus is close to Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music, Business 10 safest cities by The Economist3
business district and sandy School and the Sydney Law School
−− Frequent winner of the
beaches. The surrounding areas in the central business district,
Condé Nast Traveler Readers
are both cosmopolitan and Agriculture and Veterinary Science
Choice Award for Best City
multicultural, with the lively suburb in Camden, and the Sydney College
of Newtown, laid-back Glebe Point of the Arts in Rozelle.4 All are easily −− One of the most multicultural
Road, and the bustling Central Park reached by public transport. cities in the world – more than
precinct a short walk away. a quarter of our residents speak
Discover our campuses: a language other than English
The campus is also easily accessible −− sydney.edu.au/campuses −− Australia’s economic capital
by Sydney’s public transport and home to the Asia-Pacific
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network, being located near Central Explore Sydney’s suburbs: headquarters of more than
and Redfern train stations, and on 600 multinational companies.
−− www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au
several major bus routes.

Learn about public transport:


−− www.transportnsw.info
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Mercer Quality of Living survey 2017;
−− sydney.edu.au/maps
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of Opportunity report
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The University intends to move these
campuses from their current location
to new facilities on the Camperdown/
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Darlington campus in 2020. For details,


visit sydney.edu.au/campuses
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RESEARCH EXCELLENCE

We are one of the world’s top research universities and a member


of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight1 network and the Association
of Pacific Rim Universities. As a student, you'll have the opportunity
to learn from and work alongside some of the world's brightest and
most accomplished academics.
sydney.edu.au

In the top 50
All our research Ranked 1st in
of the world’s
is ranked at world Australia for research
best research
standard or above3 impact.4
universities2
Centre for Carbon Food and Water
The University of Sydney

1
The Group of Eight (Go8) is a coalition of leading Australian universities,
intensive in research and comprehensive in general and professional education
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2
QS World University Rankings 2018
3
Excellence in Research for Australia report 2015
4
CWTS Leiden Rankings 2017
Charles Perkins Centre Research and Education Hub

Join us
Our research is driven by the big picture. −− the Brain and Mind Centre, a leader
We provide a hub for industry, government in research, education and treatment
and community groups to collaborate of a range of diseases from autism
with us and connect with our researchers to schizophrenia, depression,
and students. The development of major dementia and Parkinson’s disease
innovations, such as an intelligent robot that −− the Australian Institute for Nanoscale
automates many farming processes and a Science and Technology, which is
squirtable elastic glue that surgeons can use transforming Sydney into a global
to heal wounds, started here. hub for discovering and harnessing
new science at the nanoscale.
We are also home to 90 world-renowned
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multidisciplinary research and teaching We invest in research that changes the way
centres that tackle some of the world’s we think about the world, and collaborate
biggest challenges, such as health, with other universities, including Stanford,
climate change and food security. UCLA, the University of Edinburgh, Utrecht
These centres include: University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and
−− the Charles Perkins Centre, which is the University of Hong Kong. Find out more
dedicated to easing the global burden about our research:
of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular −− sydney.edu.au/research
disease and related conditions
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GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES

We partner with close to 300 universities
in 42 countries to give you access to global
opportunities that will broaden your horizons.

Get a global education −− global professional placements Global Citizenship Award


such as the University of Sydney The Global Citizenship Award
Our placement and exchange
Business School’s Industry (GCA) is an extra-curricular
opportunities will set you up for
Placement Program provide you program providing you with
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a global career as you develop


with the opportunity to work and distinctive international and
the cultural competencies and
study in the US, China, France or leadership opportunities to
confidence to work effectively
Chile during semester breaks. prepare you for your future as a
across borders.
global citizen. Through the GCA
you’ll receive support to make the
Opportunities include: Choose a program
most of overseas and local student
−− 128 partner universities that are You can use our global mobility programs such as international
ranked in the top 200 worldwide* database to search by location or exchange, faculty‑led programs,
−− short-term, semester and institution name and filter your international internships
year-long program options search results by ranking, level and volunteering.
−− overseas field schools such of study, duration, language of −− sydney.edu.au/
as the Sydney Southeast Asia instruction and subject areas. sydney-abroad/gca
Centre’s multidisciplinary −− sydney-au-sa.terradotta.com
schools, where you
could tackle real-world Funding
problems in Cambodia, By 2020, we aim for 50 percent
Indonesia, Laos, Singapore, of our students to have an
Timor‑Leste and Vietnam international experience as part
The University of Sydney

−− intensive in-country Open of their studies, with scholarship


Learning Environment units funding available for at least half of
where you study language this group. Scholarships are offered
and culture at a partner by Sydney Abroad, faculties and
university in Asia, the Pacific, external groups such as community
Europe or North Africa organisations, exchange partners
and foreign governments.
−− short-term summer programs
at prestigious universities −− sydney.edu.au/scholarships/
like Harvard, Yale and the current/exchange
London School of Economics
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“As someone who wants to work in advertising,
spending a semester in Toronto was especially cool.
There are incredible agencies and startups in Toronto,
and I was able to take some advertising and media
courses while on exchange. It gave me a fresh new
outlook on my career, something I could never have
achieved without going on exchange.”

Margot Alais
Bachelor of Arts
Exchange to University of Toronto, Canada
Dual citizen: USA and Australia

Non-award programs
If you are not sure about studying Study abroad Study abroad indicative semester
a full degree at the University of If your home university does not tuition fees for 2018**
Sydney, you can study for one or have an exchange partnership A$12,300 flat rate study abroad
two semesters on a non-award with us, you can still apply for tuition fee

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basis. You will have more than 2500 non-award study as a study abroad
units of study to choose from and student. You can come for one Short-term indicative
will receive an official academic or two semesters and tuition tuition fees for 2018**
transcript at the end of your study fees will apply. If you are looking 1 unit of study – A$3075
period. You can use that transcript for something shorter, we have 2 units of study – A$6150
to request credit at your home short‑term programs that run −− sydney-au-sa.terradotta.com
institution. Depending on your from late May to mid-August.
home institution’s relationship
* Times Higher Education World University
with the University of Sydney, you We also offer programs for Rankings 2018
can apply as a study abroad or an those just finishing secondary ** Tuition fees are quoted in Australian
dollars and correct at the time of
exchange student. school, interested in a gap year publication. All tuition fees are subject
to an annual review by the University and
or semester, or in their first year subject to increase each year, effective
Exchange of university study. at the beginning of each calendar year.

If you’re enrolled at one of our


international partner universities,
you may be eligible to apply
for exchange. When you join us
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as an exchange student, your


tuition fees are paid to your
home university while you study
at Sydney. You need to apply to
your home university’s international
exchange program first.

More information
To check if your home university is
one of our exchange partners, visit
−− sydney-au-sa.terradotta.com
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CAMPUS LIFE

We have a packed calendar of events and celebrations
for you to enjoy. With more than 200 clubs and societies,
including 26 cultural groups, and 130+ nationalities on
campus, there’s something for everyone.
Our clubs and societies provide endless opportunities for networking, fun and leadership.
Cultural groups include the Ekansh Indian Cultural Society, Sydney University Sikh Society
and the South Asian Business Society (SABS). There is also a huge range of facilities, programs
and campus events to keep you healthy and active during your time at university.
sydney.edu.au

The University of Sydney


200+ Union is a student-led
clubs and societies, organisation that runs
4 live performance spaces and many activities and invests
12 cafés on campus all funds back into the
The University of Sydney

student experience.
sydney.edu.au/student-clubs
www.usu.edu.au

Excellent sporting facilities,


including 2 fitness centres
and a 50-metre
swimming pool
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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

When you get to the University of


Sydney, you’ll have plenty of help.
Here are just a few of the ways we Disability services Multifaith chaplaincy
support your health, wellbeing and Assistive technology Chaplains from
academic achievement. Lecture support 15 faith groups for
on-campus
Building access and
consultations
accessible facilities
Dedicated prayer rooms
Academic adjustments
Accessible formatting

Academic, language and Career support Financial support Orientation and

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learning support International student Help with essential living arrival sessions
Accelerated learning career development costs and study-related Welcome to university
Transition/bridging program expenses Settling into Sydney
courses Employability skills Arrival sessions for
Online learning resources workshops international students
Practical skills workshops Transition support to the Information on support
Australian workplace services
Resume writing, Health and wellbeing* Meet fellow students
interview skills and career and staff
Doctors
planning advice
Academic enrichment Pharmacists Adjusting to study life
Meet employers at
Bridging courses Dentists
careers fairs and events
Online learning resources Optometrists
Sydney CareerHub,
Drop-in support For more information and
an online jobs database Physiotherapists
to access our student
Mathematics learning Psychologists support services, visit:
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support
−− sydney.edu.au/
campus-life

Accommodation Childcare information Mental health


On-campus student Advice about childcare on Clinical psychologists
housing and near campus and counsellors
Residential colleges Mental health support
Off-campus living Workshops for success
Thriving communities Resilience training
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* These services may involve fees for services and retail costs for goods.

ACCOMMODATION

Living on or close to campus can enhance your university experience.
sydney.edu.au

There are several accommodation options to choose University residences (self-catered)


from, including University residences, residential The University manages three residences on the
colleges and independently-run student housing. Camperdown/Darlington Campus: Queen Mary
Building, Abercrombie Student Accommodation and
Our Accommodation Services website is a great the Regiment. Together, they provide rooms for up to
place to get started. You’ll find advice on where to 1600 students.
live, expected costs, and accommodation options
on and off campus. This service also allows you to These residences provide modern single-study rooms
register for University‑owned housing. On-campus with large common living, learning and study spaces,
accommodation is limited and we advise you to and host student-led arts, cultural, sporting, academic,
apply well in advance to secure a place. leadership and social programs.
−− sydney.edu.au/accommodation
The University also provides apartments and shared
Temporary arrival accommodation housing around the Camperdown/Darlington, Camden
Before you move to Sydney, we recommend you book and Cumberland* campuses.
a temporary place to stay. Once you get here, you can
look for longer‑term accommodation. Private providers offer furnished rooms in shared or
self-contained apartments in residential buildings,
−− sydney.edu.au/accommodation/short_term
The University of Sydney

usually within walking distance of the University.

On-campus – residential colleges (fully catered)


Off-campus living
The University has eight residential colleges on
More than 90 percent of our students live off
the Camperdown/Darlington Campus, including
campus. The University is close to many vibrant and
International House, a residential community of
multicultural suburbs such as Annandale, Newtown,
global scholars. Colleges provide comfortable,
Chippendale and Glebe. A great place to start
fully furnished single rooms and daily meals, along
searching for accommodation is our large online
with sporting, cultural, leadership and social
database of properties.
programs. They also include on-site tutorials and
campus-based classes. −− sydney.edu.au/accommodation

−− sydney.edu.au/colleges
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Images (left to right): Queen Mary Building, Abercrombie,


St John's College
Camperdown/Darlington Campus

University residences (A$205–$431 per week)


University residences are on campus and managed by University Accommodation Services. They are available to undergraduate and
postgraduate students. Note: Selle House is for postgraduate students only.

Places Gender Phone Website

Abercrombie 200
Darlington House 54
Queen Mary Building 799
F, M +61 2 9351 3322 sydney.edu.au/accommodation
Regiment 600

Selle House 14 (PG only)


Terraces 78

Residential colleges (A$397–$687 per week)


These residential colleges on campus are managed by external providers.

Places Gender Phone Website

International House 200 F, M +61 2 9950 9800 sydney.edu.au/internationalhouse


Mandelbaum House 36 F, M +61 2 9692 5200 www.mandelbaum.usyd.edu.au
Sancta Sophia College 170 (UG) F (UG/PG) +61 2 9577 2100 www.sanctasophiacollege.edu.au
128 (PG) M (PG)
St Andrew’s College 285 F, M +61 2 9565 7300 www.standrewscollege.edu.au
St John’s College 252 F, M +61 2 9394 5000 www.stjohnscollege.edu.au
St Paul’s College 300 F (PG) +61 2 9550 7444 www.stpauls.edu.au
M (UG/PG)

Join us
Wesley College 260 F, M +61 2 9565 3333 www.wesleycollege-usyd.edu.au
The Women’s College 280 F +61 2 9517 5000 www.thewomenscollege.com.au

Independently run student housing (A$90–$649 per week)


Independently run accommodation close to campus provides residential options to undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Places Gender Phone Website


Sydney University Village 650 F, M +61 2 9036 4000 www.sydneyuv.com.au
Urbanest Cleveland 438 F, M +61 2 8091 9959 www.urbanest.com.au/sydney/cleveland-st
Urbanest Darlington 464 F, M +61 2 8091 9959 www.urbanest.com.au/sydney/darlington
Urbanest Glebe 185 F, M +61 2 8091 9959 www.urbanest.com.au/sydney/glebe
Stucco 40 F, M - www.stucco.org.au

Camden and Cumberland* campuses

University residences (A$140–$335 per week)


The Camden and Cumberland* campuses University residences are managed by the University Accommodation Services and are available to
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undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Places Gender Phone Website


Nepean Hall (Camden) 43
Nepean Lodge (Camden) 98 F, M +61 2 9351 1645 sydney.edu.au/accommodation
Yannadah (Cumberland) 39

For information on approximate living costs in Sydney, including accommodation, transport and other living expenses, please visit:
- sydney.edu.au/study/living-costs
Important fee information
The accommodation fees listed are quoted in Australian dollars. They are intended as a guide for students and are based on 2018
fees for new students. They are correct at the time of printing to the best of the University of Sydney’s knowledge. Students
should contact the individual accommodation providers for detailed and up-to-date information, including additional costs and
fees. Please note that some colleges charge non-refundable application fees. Students are also advised that some residences have
52-week contracts, while others only provide accommodation during semester.
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* The University intends to move the Faculty of Health Sciences from its current location in Cumberland to new facilities on the
Camperdown/Darlington Campus in 2020. For more information, visit sydney.edu.au/campuses
“I wanted to
come to a
place I had not
been before
and I love the
multicultural
sydney.edu.au

aspect of
Sydney and,
of course, the
beaches!”
The University of Sydney

Bethan Rowsby
Exchange student: Faculty of Science
Home country: United Kingdom
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STUDY
AREAS OF
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RANKINGS

The University of Sydney is consistently placed among the
top 50 universities in the world. Our rankings reflect our
achievements as one of the world's leading providers of
research and education for more than 160 years.

1st in Australia and 1st in Australia and


1st in Australia and
2nd in the world for 16th in the world for
11th in the world for
sport, physical therapy architecture/built
veterinary science*
environment*
sydney.edu.au

and rehabilitation*

1st in Australia
1st in Australia for for mechanical,
12th in the world
our MBA and Master aeronautical and
for education*
of Management** manufacturing
engineering*
The University of Sydney

15th in the world


14th in the world 17th in the world for
for life sciences
for law* arts and humanities*
and medicine*

* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018


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** Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017; The Economist
Masters in Management Rankings 2017; QS World University Master in Management Rankings 2018; Australian
Financial Review BOSS MBA Rankings 2017

ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN
AND PLANNING

Career options Invent with intent. When you study here, you’ll
combine creative flair with finely-tuned technical
−− Architect
skills to shape the services, experiences and spaces
−− Building designer
in which we live, work and play.
−− Construction manager
−− Data visualisation specialist From designing a single house to master planning entire cities,
−− Design manager opportunities for architects and urban planners abound.
−− Front-end developer
As Australia's top-ranked school in the field of architecture and
−− Interaction designer
built environment subjects*, we strive for intellectual excellence,
−− Lighting designer and creative and critical thinking.
−− Property and real estate developer
−− Project manager Our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in interaction
design provide specialised training for the rapidly emerging fields
−− Service designer
of user experience (UX) and creative technologies. You’ll join

Areas of study
−− Sustainability manager the leading edge of interaction design through websites, mobile
−− Urban planner applications and services for the internet of things.
−− User-experience (UX) designer
−− sydney.edu.au/courses/architecture
Why study here?
−− We have the only indoor
environment quality (IEQ)
laboratory in the southern
1st in Australia and In a world of design
hemisphere, an extensive research
16th in the world for and digital culture, it’s
lighting laboratory, and outstanding
architecture/built a fantastic time for a
audio and acoustic facilities.
environment* creative career
−− Our Bachelor of Design
Computing combines creativity
and code to prepare you for
a career in interaction design
and creative technologies.
−− We have one of the best-
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equipped design, modelling “During my degree I had


and fabrication labs in Australia the chance to exhibit
and provide dedicated studio some of my projects at
spaces for students. the faculty’s Tin Sheds
−− Our Master of Architecture, Gallery. This helped me to
Master of Urban and Regional find an internship, which
Planning and Master of Illumination has resulted in ongoing
Design degrees are each employment.”
accredited and recognised by the Armando Bretón Olguín
relevant societies and institutes Master of Interaction Design
(subject to practical experience). and Electronic Arts
Senior UX designer, Fairfax Media
Home country: Mexico 
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* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018



ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Career options In the arts and social sciences we’re all about
ideas. Whether in the classroom, on an industry
−− Anthropologist
placement or overseas exchange, you will bring your
−− Archaeologist
intellectual curiosity to bear on some of the most
−− Artist
complex issues and questions of the 21st century.
−− Business administrator or manager
−− Economist At Sydney, you'll develop the skills to think rigorously, assess
−− Editor or publisher assumptions, develop strategies and test ideas against evidence.
−− Foreign affairs and trade officer You will learn from outstanding scholars across more than
45 subject areas of your choosing, from anthropology, digital
−− Government policy officer
cultures and economics to languages, linguistics and sociology.
−− Heritage specialist
−− Journalist −− sydney.edu.au/courses/arts
−− Museum or gallery curator
sydney.edu.au

−− Policy adviser
−− Public relations manager
−− Researcher
−− Sociologist Learn from leading
17th in the world for international experts
−− Teacher
arts and humanities.* across more than
−− Translator 45 subjects.

Why study here?


−− Our alumni include five
prime ministers, one Nobel
laureate, one Pulitzer Prize
winner, and one astronaut.
“The University of
−− We have more than 450
Sydney was my first
academic staff who are active
choice because it’s one
researchers, educators and
of the highest ranking
practitioners in their fields.
universities in the world,
−− We offer one of Australia's most
The University of Sydney

and, as Australia’s first


comprehensive ranges of arts university, it has a rich
and social sciences subjects. cultural heritage. It
−− We are ranked in the top 30 also offered a degree in
in the world for anthropology, international relations
archaeology, development taught by internationally
studies, education, English acclaimed specialists,
language and literature, history, which is what I was
modern languages, politics and looking for in my
international studies, social policy postgraduate studies.”
and administration, and social
Melvin Bandua
sciences and management.* Master of International
Relations
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Home country: Ghana 


* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018

BUSINESS

Career options At Sydney, you can look forward to a wealth of
opportunities across diverse industries. You’ll gain
−− Accountant
the skills to succeed in business or build your own
−− Big data specialist
startup, and you’ll graduate equipped to become a
−− Business analyst
leader and drive change with social, environmental
−− Corporate/government
relations officer and commercial impact.
−− Customer relationship manager
Meet the future demands of business with one of our degrees,
−− Enterprise architect developed in partnership with industry leaders. You can choose
−− Entrepreneur from a large range of business majors including accounting,
−− Financial dealer and broker banking, business law, data analysis and information systems,
entrepreneurship, finance, human resources, international
−− Human resources specialist
business, management and marketing.
−− International business consultant

Areas of study
−− Investment banker Postgraduate students can choose from an MBA, Master of
−− Management consultant Management, Master of Commerce, Master of Professional
Accounting and a full suite of specialised postgraduate degrees
−− Marketing/advertising executive
and professional development programs.
−− Policy adviser
−− Project manager −− sydney.edu.au/courses/business
−− Stock trader
−− Tax adviser

Why study here? 18th in the world


for accounting 1st in Australia for
−− We are ranked No. 12 in
and finance, and top our MBA and Master of
the Financial Times 2017
40 in business and Management**
Top 20 Business Schools
management*
in the Asia-Pacific.
−− We have international
accreditation with
AACSB and EQUIS. “When I left Norway I
−− We're the only business school didn’t know which career
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in Australia with membership I wanted to pursue and


to CEMS – the Global Alliance the opportunity to tailor
in Management Education. my degree towards my
passions in the Bachelor
−− Study in our ultra-modern
of Commerce was
building, equipped with the latest
appealing. I also knew
technology and learning spaces.
the Business School had
−− We offer placements with leading a great reputation for
companies in Sydney, Southeast teaching excellence, so it
Asia, the United States and Europe. was the ideal choice.”

* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 Jenny Stokkevag Berg


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** Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017;
The Economist Masters in Management Rankings 2017; QS World University Master in
Bachelor of Commerce
Management Rankings 2018; Australian Financial Review BOSS MBA Rankings 2017 Home country: Norway

EDUCATION AND SOCIAL WORK

Career options Make a world of difference through teaching or
social work. At Sydney, you’ll explore ideas and
−− Careers adviser
issues in your field to become a highly informed
−− Community liaison officer
practitioner and lifelong learner.
−− Corporate trainer
−− Counsellor Engage minds and ignite the creativity of the next generation.
−− Curriculum developer Become an accredited teacher in either early childhood,
−− Early childhood teacher primary or secondary teaching through our Bachelor of
Education or Master of Teaching degrees. We offer the
−− Human rights advocate
opportunity to obtain teaching qualifications in a diverse range
−− International aid worker of areas including economics, English, health and physical
−− Primary teacher education, languages, mathematics, science, teaching English to
−− Secondary teacher speakers of other languages (TESOL) and many more.

−− Social policy analyst


We also offer degrees for trained teachers, designed to
sydney.edu.au

−− Social worker enhance your practical skills and deepen your understanding
of educational theory and research.
Why study here?
Our social work degrees prepare you to change lives for
−− We’ve been delivering the better. Studying social work will engage you in policy
education degrees for more development, frontline social care, counselling, advocacy
than 100 years and social work and community development.
degrees for nearly 80 years.
−− We offer undergraduate and −− sydney.edu.au/courses/education-social-work
postgraduate teaching and
social work degrees that are
recognised in Australia.
−− Our students learn in real-world
settings and spend time in Develop versatile
professional practice placements. skills that are widely 12th in the world
sought after around for education*
the world.
The University of Sydney

“As a social worker, you can have an impact on


every client relationship. In this career path,
technology can’t solve issues – it requires
professional problem‑solving skills. A degree in
social work will give me the opportunity to have
a life-changing impact on an intimate level and
on a larger scale by engaging with the public to
promote goals for human rights.”

Kasumi Higewake
Bachelor of Social Work
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Home country: Japan 


* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018

ENGINEERING AND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Career options Make a powerful impact to improve the lives
of people around the world with a degree in
−− Aircraft/aerospace engineer
engineering, project management or advanced
−− Biomedical engineer
computing at Sydney.
−− Chemical engineer
−− Civil engineer Our students have the opportunity to forge connections with
−− Computer programmer our network of more than 1200 industry, not-for-profit and
−− Computer systems analyst government organisations. They're learning to create smarter
ways of running our planet, combining technical expertise
−− Electrical engineer
with hands-on experience to develop creative and sustainable
−− Mechanical engineer solutions. They help airlines to fly cleaner and farmers to
−− Mechatronics/robotics engineer increase crop yields, explore deep under water or in outer
−− Project/events manager space, and bring solar power to remote communities.

−− Software developer
From AI to space travel, engineers, project managers

Areas of study
−− Transport engineer and IT professionals are creating solutions to society’s
−− Web developer, including greatest problems.
user interface design
−− sydney.edu.au/courses/engineering-IT
Why study here?
−− Largest biomedical engineering
program of its kind in the
1st in Australia
southern hemisphere.
for mechanical, 21st in the world for
−− Our engineering degrees are aeronautical and civil and structural
accredited by Engineers Australia. manufacturing engineering.**
−− 75 percent of the fastest engineering**
growing occupations need
STEM skills and knowledge.*
−− Our information technology
degrees are accredited by the
Australian Computer Society as
professional-level courses. “The experience of living and
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−− Our Master of Project Management studying here has already


is accredited by the Project enhanced my skills and
Management Institute’s Global knowledge. My lecturers are
Accreditation Center. renowned researchers and
industry practitioners and my
classmates come from a range of
work and cultural backgrounds.
With what I’ve learned, I hope to
contribute a great deal to IT in
the education sector.”

Maria Clarisse Ligunas


Master of Information Technology
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* Australian Industry Group Report Management


** QS World University Rankings by Home country: Philippines 
Subject 2018

LAW

Career options Studying law at Sydney will give you the skills in
Legal research, analysis and persuasive communication
−− Barrister that will qualify you to take on roles in many
−− Judge fields, both within the legal profession and in
−− Magistrate other contexts.
−− Solicitor
The University of Sydney Law School has a 160-year tradition
of academic strength and strong ties with the legal profession.
Non-legal
As one of the world’s leading law schools, we're ranked 14th in
−− Diplomacy law in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018.
−− Foreign affairs
−− Human rights With flexible programs covering crime, constitutional law,
contracts, banking and finance, media law, social justice and
−− International relations
more, you will learn to apply various areas of law to real cases.
−− Investment banking From geopolitics in international law to global warming in
sydney.edu.au

−− Journalism environmental law, medicine in tort law and sociology in family


−− Management consultancy law, you will gain sharp social observation skills and a deep
sense of ethics and community service.
−− Project management
−− Public policy
−− sydney.edu.au/courses/law
−− Research and development

Why study here?


With more
−− We're ranked 14th in
than 160 years Our alumni can be
the world for law.*
of research-led found in legal and
−− Our alumni include prime education, we’re non-legal roles around
ministers, High Court judges and ranked 14th in the the world.
a president of the World Bank. world for law.*
−− Sydney Law School is the
only law school in the world
to win the prestigious Philip
C. Jessup International Law
The University of Sydney

Moot Court Competition five “I’m very happy I chose to


times, including in 2017. complete my Juris Doctor (JD) at
−− Our Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is Sydney. It’s arguably one of the
accredited by the Legal Profession most difficult JD programs in the
Admission Board (LPAB) and meets country and getting through it is
the academic requirements to very rewarding. The best thing
practise law in New South Wales.** about the law school has been the
brilliant teachers and academics
who are always willing to help their
hard-working students.”

Sam Frouhar
Juris Doctor
* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018
Home country: Canada
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** For details about professional recognition


and course accreditation interstate and
overseas, see sydney.edu.au/law/career-support

MEDICINE AND HEALTH

Career options Pursue your future in health and choose from the
largest range of health degrees of any Australian
−− Biomedical engineer
university. Our graduates go on to improve lives,
−− Dentist
for individuals and families as well as local and
−− Diagnostic radiographer
global communities.
−− Doctor
−− Exercise and sport scientist Health is one of the fastest-growing sectors in Australia and
−− Exercise physiologist around the world – doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists
−− Health policy and health professionals of all kinds are in constant demand.
The study of health offers broad choice and clear career
−− Health management/educator
progression, with rewarding pathways, and at Sydney you’ll
−− Indigenous health develop a range of invaluable skills, from patient interaction
−− International aid and development to teamwork, leadership and research.
−− Occupational therapist
Our graduates are globally aware, highly skilled and go on to

Areas of study
−− Oral health specialist
improve lives for individuals, families and communities across
−− Pharmaceutical representative the world.
−− Pharmacist
−− Physiotherapist −− sydney.edu.au/courses/medicine-and-health
−− Registered nurse
−− Rehabilitation counsellor
−− Speech pathologist

Why study here? 1st in Australia


15th in the world and 2nd in the
−− We're ranked 1st in the for life sciences world for sport,
Asia-Pacific and 18th in the and medicine* physical therapy and
world for public health.* rehabilitation.*
−− Ranked 15th in the world for
nursing and 18th for pharmacy.**
−− We're investing in a new health
precinct, uniting multiple health
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disciplines and supporting “I studied in Canada


state-of-the-art clinical in a commerce degree
simulation, a multi-service clinic initially and decided to
and team-based research. change paths. I thought
−− We offer the largest range that moving half way
of health courses of any around the world
Australian university. would be a pretty cool
adventure so I decided
−− Many of our degrees are
to come and study at the
accredited internationally (visit
University of Sydney.”
relevant course pages for details
on international accreditation). Sean Hassan
Doctor of Medicine
Home country: Canada
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*2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities


** QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018

MUSIC

Career options The Sydney Conservatorium of Music has been at
the centre of Sydney’s cultural history for more
−− Arts administrator
than 100 years. Studying here will define your
−− Audio engineer
career and shape you as a person.
−− Chamber/orchestral musician
−− Concert soloist As one of the most prestigious music schools in the Asia-Pacific
−− Conductor region, music is our life. We will challenge and engage your music
−− Contemporary or jazz musician world, and give you the opportunity to be mentored by leaders
across all areas of music. We also collaborate with many leading
−− Digital music composer
international music conservatories and universities, providing
−− Event producer you with the opportunity for exchanges, and to engage with and
−− Film score composer learn from visiting international artists.
−− Interactive music designer
Our flexible undergraduate degrees in composition,
−− Music journalist
performance, contemporary music and musicology allow you to
sydney.edu.au

−− Music producer combine your music studies with a range of other subjects from
−− Music researcher across the University. We also welcome postgraduate students
−− NSW accredited classroom in diverse areas of research, particularly ethnomusicology and
music teacher Indigenous music.

−− Opera singer
−− sydney.edu.au/courses/music

Why study here?


−− Demand for musical excellence
has never been greater, from the
concert hall to the big screen, Graduate with a
The best facilities
orchestra pit to the smartphone, music degree from
to study music in the
or the Xbox to the opera theatre. the University of
Asia‑Pacific region.
Sydney.
−− The Conservatorium is located
in Sydney’s CBD and Botanic
Gardens; just a short stroll to
the Sydney Opera House.
−− Alumni include internationally
The University of Sydney

renowned musicians Richard “The Con not only has incredibly


Bonyge, Simone Young, Richard qualified pedagogues and
Tognetti, James Morrison, performers in all areas of music,
and contemporary Australian but also an amazing and creative
musicians Paul Mac, Iva Davis, The environment for musicians
Presets and DJ Alison Wonderland. of all ages. It provides a range
of opportunities, including
music industry internships,
masterclasses with international
soloists, and performing
with ensembles.”

Sofia Obando
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Bachelor of Music – Bassoon


Home country: Costa Rica

SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT
AND VETERINARY SCIENCE

Career options At Sydney we’ve united our expertise in areas
like psychology, food science and nanoscience,
−− Agricultural consultant
as well as animal and human health, to offer you
−− Astronomer
the broadest possible choice. Alongside biology,
−− Commodity trader
chemistry and physics, we have courses in
−− Environmental scientist
conservation and mathematics.
−− Food technologist
−− Hydrologist Science has always been at the centre of humanity's attempts to
−− Livestock manager understand the world and make it a better place, but never has
−− Mathematician the rate of advancement been as rapid or as exciting as it is now.

−− Medical scientist
Studying science at Sydney can take you from unravelling the
−− Nanoscientist mysteries of the cosmos to creating new materials or feeding
−− Nutritionist the world. You can study in some of the world’s best scientific

Areas of study
−− Plant geneticist facilities, including Sydney Nano; Charles Perkins Centre;
Westmead medical precinct; Centre for Carbon, Water and
−− Psychologist
Food; Plant Breeding Institute; and our Veterinary Hospital.
−− Veterinarian

−− sydney.edu.au/courses/science
Why study here?
−− We have new science degrees
in mathematics and health.
−− We have 25 years of experience Learn with experts at
1st in Australia and
delivering specialised programs Sydney Nano and the
11th in the world for
for talented students, now known Charles Perkins Centre.
veterinary science.*
as the Dalyell Scholars program,
which provides opportunities for
advanced coursework, mentoring
and working alongside experts.
−− Our new undergraduate Applied
Medical Science major will have “The University provides
most classes taught at Westmead an opportunity to
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– a medical precinct that includes study at one of the best


a number of hospitals and veterinary schools in
medical research institutes. the world. I’ve had
exposure to animals at
−− Our Master of Clinical Psychology,
the University’s teaching
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics
farm from year one and
and our veterinary degrees
been taught by leaders in
are each accredited and
their fields, helping me
recognised by relevant boards.
to accomplish my goal to
become a veterinarian.”

Vicki Wong
Bachelor of Veterinary
Biology/Doctor of
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Veterinary Medicine
* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 Home country: Hong Kong
“I have
explored units
of study across
an array of
majors and
faculties, and
sydney.edu.au

am equipped
with the
latest skills for
professional
work.”
The University of Sydney

Gabriel Kenley Tjhin


Bachelor of Commerce
Home country: Indonesia
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COURSES
UNDERGRADUATE
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THE SYDNEY
UNDERGRADUATE
EXPERIENCE

sydney.edu.au

We’ve reimagined the Sydney


Undergraduate Experience – the way we
teach and the way you’ll learn – to prepare
you for a future full of possibilities.

We recognise that the future By studying one of our −− deepen your expertise
of work will be very different, undergraduate courses you’ll and develop skills
so it’s our ambition that have the opportunity to: in interdisciplinary
every University of Sydney −− gain expertise in collaboration
student will complete their your primary field of through real-world
degree with the confidence study, learning from industry, community,
The University of Sydney

and ability to think critically, leaders in their field entrepreneurship and


collaborate productively and research projects.
−− sharpen your broader
influence the world.
skills (eg, communication,
As a graduate you will
digital literacy and
have the capabilities to
inventiveness) and
tackle whatever challenges
acquire complementary
and opportunities lie in
expertise in a second field
the future.
−− develop the capability
to work across cultural
boundaries, in Australia
and around the world
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sydney.edu.au/ug-experience
Combine your
Apply your knowledge
to real‑world projects Plan your interests from more
than 100 study areas
and tackle complex
global challenges
degree in the shared pool of
majors and minors

Choose from
our range of
professional,
Broaden your
specialist, liberal Gain international
skillset through short,
studies, and experience and
on‑demand modules
combined and prepare yourself for a
in the Open Learning
global career
Environment double degrees

Undergraduate courses
Supercharge your Become a Dalyell
degree with the Scholar and join the
combined Bachelor of next generation of
Advanced Studies global leaders

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Options are indicative only and


vary between degrees. Refer to
sydney.edu.au/ug-experience to
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find out more.



A DEGREE DESIGNED FOR YOU

Whether you’ve had your career path mapped out since


childhood or you believe your dream job doesn’t exist yet, one
of our three degree pathways – professional, specialist and
liberal studies – will prepare you for the future.

sydney.edu.au/plan-your-degree
sydney.edu.au

Professional degrees
If you’re already sure of the career path you’d like
to take, follow a specific study pattern that leads to
professional accreditation and registration.
−− Gain practical experience during work
placements and internships, compulsory
in most professional degrees.
−− Complement your expertise with
interdisciplinary experiences.
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−− Professional degrees are available in areas


including – advanced computing; architecture;
dentistry; education and social work;
engineering and information technology; health
sciences; law; medicine; music (education);
nursing; pharmacy; project management;
psychology; and veterinary medicine.
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Caitlin Lee Claudia Moratti
Study areas: Law; Government Study areas: Chemical Engineering;
and international relations Biochemistry; Pharmacology
Home country: Australia Home country: Australia

“The Chancellor’s Award has enriched “The chance to study at Sydney was a childhood
my experience at the University and is an dream come true. A Bachelor of Engineering
incredible asset. (Honours)/Bachelor of Science complemented
my desire to develop the problem-solving

Undergraduate courses
“During my time studying a Bachelor of Arts/ mindset of an engineer, while pursuing my
Bachelor of Laws, I've had the flexibility to passion for science and the creativity it offers.
pursue my passions, the means to undertake
an overseas study experience in Edinburgh, “From competing in [global student
and, above all, the encouragement to work competition] iGEM in Boston, to writing my
hard and embrace university life to the honours thesis with industry support through
best of my ability.” the Sydney Industry Project Placement
Scholarships program, the opportunities
available have been plentiful and diverse.”

Combined and double professional degrees


Combined and double degrees will prepare you for a
diverse range of careers by developing professional
expertise alongside the skills to adapt and drive
change and innovation.
−− Cultivate a diverse skillset and breadth of
knowledge, alongside expertise in a professionally
accredited field, by combining your professional
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degree with a liberal studies degree.


−− Take your professional degree in combination
with another professional or specialist
degree to develop expert knowledge and
effectiveness in a given field or profession.
−− Degree examples include combined law
degrees, double degree medicine courses
and the Bachelor of Design in Architecture
(Honours)/Master of Architecture.

See pages 46 to 53 to find a list of professional


degrees, including combined and double degrees.
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Rosie Thomas
Study area: Photomedia
Home country: Australia

“I always wanted to go to art school


and Sydney was the right fit for me. As
part of my Bachelor of Visual Arts I am
taught by experienced, enthusiastic and
insightful art professionals, and have
access to all the faculties of a large and
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established university.”

Specialist degrees
Know where you want to start your career? Combined specialist degrees
A specialist degree might be for you. You can supercharge your studies by combining
−− Study a defined field with an industry- your specialist degree with the Bachelor of
aligned degree that develops your Advanced Studies.*
expertise in a specific area. −− Deepen your learning and extend your knowledge
−− Take electives from other faculties through advanced coursework and a major project.
to broaden your learning. −− Cultivate expertise in your area of interest
alongside critical thinking and problem‑solving
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−− Specialist degrees are available in


areas including design computing; skills to excel in your future field.
economics; music; visual arts. −− Degree examples include the Bachelor of
Design Computing/Bachelor of Advanced
Studies and Bachelor of Economics/
Bachelor of Advanced Studies.

See pages 46 to 53 to find a list of specialist and


combined degrees.
* Available with the Bachelor of Design Computing, Bachelor of
Economics and Bachelor of Visual Arts only.
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Denzel Florez Ada Yin
Study areas: Mathematics; Study areas: Business information
Financial mathematics and statistics systems; Finance; Economics
Home country: Australia Home country: Australia

“I’m fascinated by how mathematics enables “My course gives me the breadth to learn
us to understand how the world functions, and valuable skills in areas such as finance
the academics I’ve encountered during my and anthropology.
Bachelor of Science have really helped me to

Undergraduate courses
grow my passion. “This exposure was valuable when I worked
on a social entrepreneurship venture
“The University is focused on preparing in Cambodia as part of the University’s
industry-ready science graduates, with a Community Placement Program.
wide range of work placement opportunities. My understanding of people and culture
I’m sure I’ll be able to apply my quantitative enabled me to better communicate and my
and problem-solving skills to a career in the analytical learnings helped me drive our
financial sector.” food and security project effectively.”

Liberal studies degrees


A liberal studies degree is ideal if you Combined and double degree liberal studies degrees
want to follow your interests and continue Supercharge your liberal studies degree by combining
studying what you enjoy most. it with the Bachelor of Advanced Studies or enhance
−− Build your depth of knowledge your knowledge by completing a combined or double
in one or more areas. degree professional course.

−− Design your own degree by combining −− Extend your knowledge and deepen your critical
studies from a broad range of disciplines. thinking skills through advanced coursework and
a major project in the combined Bachelor of
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−− Liberal studies degrees are available


Advanced Studies (refer to pages 38 and 39).
in areas including arts and social
sciences; business; science, agriculture, −− Some liberal studies degrees can be taken
environment and veterinary science. with professional degrees, enabling you to
develop knowledge across disciplines and
−− Focus on a specific field by applying
expertise in a professionally accredited field.
for a liberal studies stream such as
agriculture, animal and veterinary
See pages 46 to 53 to find a list of liberal studies
bioscience, food and agribusiness, health,
degrees, including combined and double degrees.
international and global studies, media
and communications, medical science,
or politics and international relations.
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THE COMBINED BACHELOR OF
ADVANCED STUDIES

The combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies provides you with
the flexibility to design your own degree. Challenge yourself
through advanced coursework and a major project, and make
the most of the study, exchange, internship and student life
opportunities available at Sydney.
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The combined Bachelor of Over four years, you will: −− complete advanced coursework
Advanced Studies can be taken −− design your own degree to build on your expertise
in combination with a three‑year by combining majors from and leadership skills, or
liberal studies or specialist a range of disciplines complete an honours project
bachelor's degree*, including the −− work on real-world industry,
−− complete a second major
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of community and research
from either your primary
Commerce, Bachelor of Design challenges across disciplines.
study area or the shared
Computing, Bachelor of Economics,
pool of majors and minors
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor
of Visual Arts.
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Combined Bachelor
Bachelor’s degree Degree
of Advanced Studies

3 years Duration 4 years

Components

Major
Double major optional Double major mandatory

Minor
(or second major)

Open Learning
Environment

Electives

Exchange (available)

Third-year project
(per major)

Undergraduate courses
Advanced coursework

Substantial
fourth-year project

Honours (available)

For studies in Arts, Commerce, Design Computing,


Economics, Science and Visual Arts

Indicative course structure: combined three-year degree and Bachelor of Advanced Studies**

Year Semester Units of study

1 Major 1 Core/elective Core/elective Major 2


1
2 Major 1 Core/elective Core/elective Major 2
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1 Major 1 OLE Elective Major 2


2
2 Major 1 OLE Elective Major 2

1 Major 1 Major 1 Major 2 Major 2


3
2 Major 1 Major 1 Major 2 Major 2

1 Advanced coursework including a research, community, industry or entrepreneurship project


4
2 or honours coursework and honours project

¡ Major 1 ¡ Major 2 or Minor ¡ Core unit/elective Elective ¡ Open Learning Environment (OLE)

¡ Advanced coursework (4000-level units and above)


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* Available with the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Design Computing, Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of
Science and Bachelor of Visual Arts only.
** Please note that all of the course structures in this guide are indicative only and subject to change.

BECOME A DALYELL SCHOLAR

For high-achieving students with an International Baccalaureate


(IB) score of 40 (or equivalent of an ATAR of 98+ for other
qualifications), Dalyell Scholars have access to a range of enrichment
opportunities that will challenge you alongside your most
promising and talented peers.

As a Dalyell Scholar you can draw on the rich In addition to completing distinctive Dalyell
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interdisciplinary depth and breadth on offer units of study, you will have access to
at the University, cultivating the leadership enrichment opportunities, including:
and professional expertise to become part of −− accelerated learning options, such as
our global network of leaders. early access to advanced units of study
−− access to specialised Language
Named after Elsie Jean Dalyell OBE (Arts) and Mathematical Sciences
(1881‑1948), a distinguished medical (Science) programs (optional)
graduate of the University, Dalyell
−− tailored mentoring and professional
Scholars will have the opportunity to
skills development to enhance your
collaborate and network with like-minded
study and career opportunities
world influencers.
−− international experiences to develop
your global perspective, including a
$2000 global mobility scholarship.

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Who was Elsie Jean Dalyell?


Elsie Jean Dalyell OBE (1881–1948) was the first full-time female academic in our
Faculty of Medicine. She was a pioneer resident medical officer at Royal Prince
Alfred Hospital and worked as a senior clinician in a Vienna-based research
team studying childhood diseases. Her academic excellence and commitment
to creating her own path are hallmarks of our Dalyell Scholars stream.
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Image: Elsie Jean Dalyell. Courtesy of State Records NSW: New South Wales
Medical Board; NRS 9873, Photographs of doctors, 1888‑1927. [Digital ID
9873_a025_a025000062] Elsie Jean Dalyell, no date
To study as a Dalyell Scholar entry is by application or invitation.

Courses available by application


To study as a Dalyell Scholar in the following courses, you will need to apply online to the University
(or for UAC applicants via UAC preferences).

−− B Arts/B Advanced −− B Commerce/ −− B Engineering Honours −− B Science/B Advanced


Studies (Dalyell B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars) Studies (Dalyell
Scholars including (Dalyell Scholars) Scholars including
Languages)* Mathematical
Sciences)*

Courses available by invitation


You will be invited to −− B Engineering
become a Dalyell Scholar Honours/B Project
if you apply for, and are Education and social Management Science, agriculture,
made an offer to, one work −− B Engineering environment and
of the degrees listed as Honours/B Science veterinary science
‘by invitation’ and have −− B Education (Secondary:
Humanities and Social −− B Engineering Honours/
achieved an IB score of −− B Psychology
Sciences)/B Arts B Science (Health)

Undergraduate courses
40 (or equivalent). −− B Science
−− B Education (Secondary: −− B Engineering
Honours/B Science −− B Science (Health)
Mathematics)/B Science
(Medical Science) −− B Science (Medical
Architecture, design −− B Education (Secondary:
Science)
Science)/B Science
and planning −− B Science/B Advanced
−− B Arts/B Social Work
Law Studies (Advanced)
−− B Design Computing/
B Advanced Studies −− B Science/B Advanced
−− B Arts/B Laws Studies (Agriculture)
Engineering and IT −− B Commerce/B Laws −− B Science/B Advanced
−− B Economics/B Laws Studies (Animal and
Arts and social −− B Advanced Computing
−− B Engineering Veterinary Bioscience)
sciences −− B Advanced
Honours/B Laws −− B Science/B Advanced
Computing/
−− B Science/B Laws Studies (Food and
−− B Arts B Commerce
Agribusiness)
−− B Arts/B Advanced −− B Advanced
−− B Science/B Advanced
Studies (International Computing/B Science
Studies (Health)
and Global Studies) −− B Advanced Medicine and health
−− B Science/
−− B Arts/B Advanced Computing/
−− B Arts/D Medicine B Advanced Studies
Studies (Media and B Science (Health)
(Medical Science)
Communications) −− B Advanced −− B Arts/M Nursing
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−− B Science/M
−− B Arts/B Advanced Computing/B Science −− B Science/
Mathematical Sciences
Studies (Politics and (Medical Science) D Dental Medicine
International Relations) −− B Science/M Nutrition
−− B Engineering Honours −− B Science/D Medicine
and Dietetics
−− B Economics with Space Engineering −− B Science/M Nursing
‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’
−− B Economics/ −− B Engineering −− B Science (Health)/ ‘M’ for ‘Master of’
B Advanced Studies Honours/B Arts M Nursing
‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’

Note: courses may change


−− B Engineering
Honours/B Commerce * The Languages and
Mathematical Sciences programs

Business −− B Engineering Honours available in these courses are


optional areas of study.
(Civil)/B Design in
−− B Commerce Architecture
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FOLLOW YOUR INTERESTS.
ALL OF THEM.

Combine your interests from more than 100 study areas
through our shared pool of majors and minors.

The shared pool allows you to develop The shared pool of majors and minors is
expertise in a second field of study and available in any of the following degrees:
build cross-disciplinary knowledge from −− combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies
a wide range of study areas outside your
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−− Bachelor of Advanced Computing


primary degree.
−− Bachelor of Arts
For instance, you will be able to enjoy −− Bachelor of Commerce
studying science without having to give −− Bachelor of Design Computing
up your interest in history; or combine
−− Bachelor of Economics
your major in marketing with the study of
digital cultures. −− Bachelor of Psychology*
−− Bachelor of Science
−− Bachelor of Visual Arts.
* For the Bachelor of Psychology only, minors are
available from the shared pool.
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Combine your primary major with a major or minor in one of the areas below

−− Indigenous studies
−− Indonesian studies
Architecture, design Education and Science, agriculture,
−− International
and planning social work environment
and comparative
literary studies and veterinary
−− Design −− Education
−− International relations science
−− Italian studies −− Animal health,
Arts and social −− Japanese studies Engineering and disease and welfare
sciences −− Jewish civilisation, information −− Animal production
thought and culture technology −− Biochemistry and
−− Agricultural and
−− Korean studies molecular biology
resource economics −− Computer science
−− Latin −− Biology
−− American studies −− Information systems
−− Linguistics −− Cell and developmental
−− Ancient Greek −− Project management
−− Modern Greek studies biology
−− Ancient history −− Software development
−− Philosophy −− Chemistry
−− Anthropology
−− Political economy −− Data science

Undergraduate courses
−− Arabic language
−− Politics −− Ecology and
and cultures Medicine and health evolutionary biology2
−− Archaeology −− Sanskrit1
−− Anatomy and histology −− Environmental studies
−− Art history −− Social policy1
−− Socio-legal studies −− Applied medical science −− Financial mathematics
−− Asian studies and statistics
−− Sociology −− Health
−− Australian literature1 −− Food science
−− Spanish and Latin −− Hearing and speech
−− Biblical studies and −− Genetics and genomics
classical Hebrew American studies −− Immunology1
−− Geography
−− Celtic studies1 −− Studies in religion −− Immunology and
pathology2 −− Geology and geophysics
−− Chinese studies −− Theatre and
performance studies −− Infectious diseases −− History and philosophy
−− Criminology1 of science
−− Visual arts −− Neuroscience
−− Cultural studies −− Marine sciences
−− Writing studies1 −− Pathology1
−− Digital cultures −− Mathematics
−− Pharmacology
−− Diversity studies1 −− Medicinal chemistry
−− Physiology
−− Economic policy (not −− Microbiology
Business
available for Bachelor
−− Nutrition science
of Economics students) −− Accounting
Music −− Physics
−− Economics −− Banking2
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−− Plant production
−− Econometrics −− Business analytics −− Music
−− Plant science1
−− English −− Business information
−− Psychological science3
−− European studies Systems
−− Quantitative life
−− Film studies −− Business law
sciences
−− Financial economics −− Finance2
−− Soil sciences and
−− French and −− Industrial relations hydrology
Francophone studies and human resource
−− Statistics
−− Gender studies management
Available as a minor only. −− Virology1
−− International business
1

−− Germanic studies 2
Available as a major only.
Previously offered as the −− Wildlife conservation1
−− Management
3

−− Hebrew (modern) 'Behavioural sciences' major.


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Title change subject to


−− History −− Marketing Academic Board approval.

BROADEN YOUR SKILLS

Build diverse skill combinations and boost your


personal and professional development through
our Open Learning Environment (OLE).
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These short on-demand learning modules Examples of OLE units on offer in


and workshops will help broaden your 2019 include:
skillset and extend your knowledge by −− Analysing and plotting data: Python
exploring other fields of study such as arts
−− Business entrepreneurship:
and social sciences, business, engineering
guerrilla tactics
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and information technologies, medicine


and health, music and science, agriculture, −− Digital communication: sound
environment and veterinary science. −− Digital influence through social media
−− Experience China
All students have access to zero credit
−− Student leadership: peer mentoring
point OLE units and you can take as many
of these units as you want. In many degrees, −− The science of health and wellbeing
including all liberal studies courses, you will −− Understanding web skeletons and skins.
also undertake for-credit OLE units as part
of your study.
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TACKLE TODAY’S ISSUES

Collaborate with businesses, community organisations and


government bodies – both in Australia and around the world
– to work on entrepreneurial, industry and community
projects that address real‑world problems and issues.

Working with students from across the University, you will develop your networks and deepen
your critical thinking, problem‑solving and communication skills as you tackle some of the
most complex challenges of our time. The projects are open to third-year and fourth-year
students who meet the eligibility requirements, and are taken as elective units.

Undergraduate courses
A snapshot of our previous projects Some of our business partners in 2018

Woolworths digital innovation project −− Accenture −− NSW Police


Students developed a vision for future
−− AGL −− Parliament NSW
shopping environments, both physical
and digital, to improve the experiences −− Allianz −− NSW Parliamentary
of customers and staff. −− Art Gallery of NSW Library

−− Bain and Company −− PwC


NSW Department of Parliamentary Services −− Public Service
−− Blackmores
Students provided parliamentary research Commission
briefs on the use of drones and on social −− CareerSeekers
−− Randstad
media and the law. −− City Recital Hall
−− Swisslog
−− CSIRO’s Data61
Sydney Exoneration Project −− Thales
−− DXC Technology
Psychological research into memory and
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−− Westmead
testimony is applied to real-life claims of −− Glebe Community
Development Centre −− Westpac
wrongful convictions.
−− NSW Farmers
Association
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2019 GUIDE TO ADMISSION CRITERIA
FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

year 1 tuition fee (A$)/1.0

English - IELTS Academic


commencing semesters

English - TOEFL iBT

International ATAR
(full time in years)

Indicative score
2019 indicative

IB Diploma
EFTSL ###
Duration
Course Name
Architecture, design and planning
l B Architecture and Environments 3 F 40,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 80 28
n B Design Computing 3 F/A 40,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 80 28
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B Design Computing/B Advanced Studies  4 F/A 40,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 80 28


l B Design in Architecture 3 F 40,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 90 33
B Design in Architecture (Honours)/M Architectureф 5 F 40,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 92 * 34
Arts and social sciences
u B Arts 3 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
B Arts/B Advanced Studies  4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
B
 Arts/B Advanced Studies 4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 98 40
(Dalyell Scholars including Languages)‡
B Arts/B Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies)  4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 87 31
B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Media and Communications)  4 F 39,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 90 33
B
 Arts/B Advanced Studies 4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 90 33
(Politics and International Relations) 
u B Arts (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France)** 2+2 Aug in ** 6.5 (6.0)** 85(17/19)** A+C A+C
France
n B Economics 3 F/A 42,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 85 31
B Economics/B Advanced Studies  4 F/A 42,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 85 31
n B Economics (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France)** 2+2 Aug in ** 7.0 (6.0)** 96(17/19)** A+C A+C
France
n B Visual Arts 3 F 37,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C
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B Visual Arts/B Advanced Studies  4 F 37,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C
Business
u B Commerce 3 F/A 42,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 95 36
B Commerce/B Advanced Studies  4 F/A 42,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 95 36
B Commerce/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars)‡ 4 F/A 42,000 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 98 40

You can identify courses by the degree pathway:


l Professional degree n Specialist degree u Liberal studies degree Combined or double degree
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‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’, ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’. ‘F’ for ‘February’, ‘A’ for ‘August’
‡ are courses available for Dalyell Scholars by application. For a list of Dalyell Scholars courses, see page 41.
Below are the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank The published scores below are guaranteed for
(ATAR) and equivalent entry scores for 2019 for some admission in 2019, except for courses with an asterisk
common international qualifications. For a full list of (*) in the 'indicative score' column. The scores for
qualifications and admission criteria, visit these courses are an indication of what you will need
for admission in 2019.
−− sydney.edu.au/ug-entry
Find out more about guaranteed ATARs at
−− sydney.edu.au/sydney-atar
Canada - British Columbia

Indian School Certificate

USFP GPA/USFP English


USA - SAT (out of 1600)
Sri Lanka GCE A Levels
India - HSSC 6 states

Malaysia - STPM 3/4


Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


Sweden - Slutbetyg
Norway - Vitnemal

Singapore A Levels
GCE 3/4 A Levels

Germany Abitur
Canada - OSSD

India - CBSE

USA - ACT

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77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 62
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 67
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 67
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C+ 68
85 3.70 15/16 21 17.0 93 95 1.8 17/16 4.6 16.9 350 338 9 27 1290 7.7/C+ 68

77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 63
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 64
91 3.90 17/21 25 19.5 99 95 1.3 21/20 5.5 19.3 400 363 12 31 1440 9.1/C 64

81 3.60 14/15 19 15.5 89 85 2.1 15/15 4.0 15.8 330 327 7 25 1220 7.4/C 64
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/B- 65
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C 65

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C 63

79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C+ 68
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C+ 68
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C 69

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 84
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A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 84

87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 66
87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 66
91 3.90 17/21 25 19.5 99 95 1.3 21/20 5.5 19.3 400 363 12 31 1440 9.1/C+ 67
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###
Tuition fees are subject to annual increases. For further information, see pages 54-55
Guaranteed and indicative scores, A+C, na, ^, †, *, **, ◊, ф: See ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-59
year 1 tuition fee (A$)/1.0

English - IELTS Academic


commencing semesters

English - TOEFL iBT

International ATAR
(full time in years)

Indicative score
2019 indicative

IB Diploma
EFTSL ###
Duration
Course Name
Education and social work
l B Education (Early Childhood) 4 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, 77 27
7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R)
l B Education (Health and Physical Education)^ 4 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, A+C A+C
7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R) (80) (28)
l B Education (Primary)^ 4 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, A+C A+C
7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R) (85) (31)
B
 Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Sciences)/ 5 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, A+C A+C
B Arts 7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R) (80) (28)
B
 Education (Secondary: Mathematics)/B Science 5 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, A+C A+C
7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R) (80) (28)
B
 Education (Secondary: Science)/B Science 5 F 46,500 7.5 (8.0- L/S, 105 (27-L/S, A+C A+C
7.0-R/W) 25-W, 23-R) (80) (28)
l B Social Work 4 F 42,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
B
 Arts/ B Social Work 5 F 42,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
Engineering and information technologies
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l B Advanced Computing 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 90 33


B
 Advanced Computing/B Commerce  5 F/A 46,500 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 95 36
B
 Advanced Computing/B Science  5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 90 33
B
 Advanced Computing/B Science (Health) 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 90 33
B
 Advanced Computing/B Science (Medical Science)  5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 90 33
l B Engineering Honours (Dalyell Scholars)‡ 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 98 40
l B Engineering Honours (Aeronautical) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Biomedical) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Chemical and Biomolecular) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Civil) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Electrical) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Flexible First Year) 4 F 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Mechanical) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours (Software) 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Engineering Honours with Space Engineering major 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 97 39
The University of Sydney

B
 Engineering Honours/B Arts 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B
 Engineering Honours/B Commerce 5 F/A 46,500 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 95 36
B
 Engineering Honours (Civil)/B Design in Architecture 5 F 46,500 7.0 (6.0) 96(17/19) 95 37
B
 Engineering Honours/B Project Management 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B
 Engineering Honours/B Science 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B
 Engineering Honours/B Science (Health) 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B
 Engineering Honours/B Science (Medical Science) 5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Project Management 3 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28

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‡ are courses available for Dalyell Scholars by application. For a list of Dalyell Scholars courses, see page 41.
Canada - British Columbia

Indian School Certificate

USFP GPA/USFP English


USA - SAT (out of 1600)
Sri Lanka GCE A Levels
India - HSSC 6 states

Malaysia - STPM 3/4


Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


Sweden - Slutbetyg
Norway - Vitnemal

Singapore A Levels
GCE 3/4 A Levels

Germany Abitur
Canada - OSSD

India - CBSE

USA - ACT

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76 3.40 12/13 16 12.0 81 75 2.6 9/9 3.0 14.3 290 310 4 22 1110 6.8/B- 69

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 69
(77) (3.45) (13/13) (17) (13) (83) (85) (2.5) (11/10) (3.4) (14.8) (300) (315) (5) (23) (1140)
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 70
(79) (3.55) (14/14) (19) (14.5) (88) (85) (2.2) (14/13) (3.8) (15.5) (320) (323) (6) (24) (1200)
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (6.9) 70
(77) (3.45) (13/13) (17) (13) (83) (85) (2.5) (11/10) (3.4) (14.8) (300) (315) (5) (23) (1140) /B-
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (6.9) 70
(77) (3.45) (13/13) (17) (13) (83) (85) (2.5) (11/10) (3.4) (14.8) (300) (315) (5) (23) (1140) /B-
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (6.9) 71
(77) (3.45) (13/13) (17) (13) (83) (85) (2.5) (11/10) (3.4) (14.8) (300) (315) (5) (23) (1140) /B-
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 83

Undergraduate courses
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 65

83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C 60
87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 60
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C 60
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C 60
83 3.65 15/16 20 16.5 92 95 2.0 16/16 4.4 16.2 340 334 8 26 1270 7.5/C 61
91 3.90 17/21 25 19.5 99 95 1.3 21/20 5.5 19.3 400 363 12 31 1440 9.1/C 71
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 71
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 71
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 71
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 72
89 3.90 17/20 25 19.0 98 95 1.4 20/20 5.5 18.9 380 354 11 30 1420 8.9/C 72
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79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 73
87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 73
87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 73
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 73
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 74
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 74
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 74
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 77
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Guaranteed and indicative scores, A+C, na, ^, †, *, **, ◊, ф: See ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-59
year 1 tuition fee (A$)/1.0

English - IELTS Academic


commencing semesters

English - TOEFL iBT

International ATAR
(full time in years)

Indicative score
2019 indicative

IB Diploma
EFTSL ###
Duration
Course Name
Law
B
 Arts/B Laws 5 F/A 42,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 95.5 37
B
 Commerce/B Laws 5 F/A 42,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 95.5 37
B
 Economics/B Laws 5 F/A 42,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 95.5 37
B
 Engineering Honours/B Laws 6 F/A 42,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 95.5 37
B
 Science/B Laws 5 F/A 42,000 7.5 (7.0) 105(23/25) 95.5 37
Medicine and health
l B Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) 4 F 51,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 92 * 34
l B Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) 3 F 51,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 * 28
l B Applied Science (Exercise Physiology) 4 F 51,000 7.0 (6.5) 96(20/22) 87 * 31
l B Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) 4 F 51,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 92 * 34
l B Applied Science (Physiotherapy) 4 F 51,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 97 * 39
l B Applied Science (Speech Pathology) 4 F 51,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 92 * 34
sydney.edu.au

B
 Arts/D Medicine† 7 F 46,500/ 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) A+C * A+C
78,000# (99.95) (45)
B
 Arts/M Nursingф 4 F 37,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 80 28
l B Nursing (Advanced Studies) 3 F 37,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 80 28
l B Nursing Post Registration (Singapore) ◊ part Jan/Jul ◊ 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) na na
time
l B Oral Health 3 F 46,500 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) A+C * A+C
(80) (28)
l B Pharmacy 4 F 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
l B Pharmacy and Management 5 F 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B Science/D Dental Medicine†ф 7 F 46,500/ 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) A+C * A+C
78,000# (99.5) (43)
B Science/D Medicine† 7 F 46,500/ 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) A+C * A+C
78,000# (99.95) (45)
B Science/M Nursingф 4 F 42,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 80 28
B Science (Health)/M Nursingф   4 F 42,000 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) 80 28
Music
n B Music 4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C
n B Music (Composition) 4 F 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C
The University of Sydney

l B Music (Music Education)^ 4 F 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C

n B Music (Performance) 4 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C

n Diploma of Music 2 F/A 39,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) A+C A+C

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‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’, ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’. ‘F’ for ‘February’, ‘A’ for ‘August’
‡ are courses available for Dalyell Scholars by application. For a list of Dalyell Scholars courses, see page 41.
Canada - British Columbia

Indian School Certificate

USFP GPA/USFP English


USA - SAT (out of 1600)
Sri Lanka GCE A Levels
India - HSSC 6 states

Malaysia - STPM 3/4


Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


Sweden - Slutbetyg
Norway - Vitnemal

Singapore A Levels
GCE 3/4 A Levels

Germany Abitur
Canada - OSSD

India - CBSE

USA - ACT

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88 3.80 16/18 24 18.5 97 95 1.6 19/19 5.3 18.4 370 349 10 29 1380 8.5/B- 65
88 3.80 16/18 24 18.5 97 95 1.6 19/19 5.3 18.4 370 349 10 29 1380 8.5/B- 67
88 3.80 16/18 24 18.5 97 95 1.6 19/19 5.3 18.4 370 349 10 29 1380 8.5/B- 69
88 3.80 16/18 24 18.5 97 95 1.6 19/19 5.3 18.4 370 349 10 29 1380 8.5/B- 73
88 3.80 16/18 24 18.5 97 95 1.6 19/19 5.3 18.4 370 349 10 29 1380 8.5/B- 82

85 3.70 15/16 21 17.0 93 95 1.8 17/16 4.6 16.9 350 338 9 27 1290 7.7/C 61
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 61
81 3.60 14/15 19 15.5 89 85 2.1 15/15 4.0 15.8 330 327 7 25 1220 7.4/C+ 61
85 3.70 15/16 21 17.0 93 95 1.8 17/16 4.6 16.9 350 338 9 27 1290 7.7/C+ 62

Undergraduate courses
89 3.90 17/20 25 19.0 98 95 1.4 20/20 5.5 18.9 380 354 11 30 1420 8.9/C+ 62
85 3.70 15/16 21 17.0 93 95 1.8 17/16 4.6 16.9 350 338 9 27 1290 7.7/C+ 62
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na na A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 66
(100) (4.0) (na/24) (30) (20.0) (100) (95) (1.0) (20.0) (480) (408) (16) (36) (1560)
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 66
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 76
na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na 76

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (6.9) 77
(77) (3.45) (13/13) (17) (13) (83) (85) (2.5) (11/10) (3.4) (14.8) (300) (315) (5) (23) (1140) /C+
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 77
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 77
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (1.1) na na A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 82
(98) (3.95) (18/23) (29) (20.0) (100) (95) (19.9 ) (460) (382) (15) (35) (1510)
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na na A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 82
(100) (4.0) (na/24) (30) (20.0) (100) (95) (1.0) (20.0) (480) (408) (16) (36) (1560)
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 83
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C+ 83

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 75
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 75
International Guide 2019

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C na 76

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 76

A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C/C 84
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#: See page 53. Guaranteed and indicative scores, A+C, na, ^, †, *, **, ◊, ф: See ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-59
year 1 tuition fee (A$)/1.0

English - IELTS Academic


commencing semesters

English - TOEFL iBT

International ATAR
(full time in years)

Indicative score
2019 indicative

IB Diploma
EFTSL ###
Duration
Course Name
Science, agriculture, environment and veterinary science
u B Liberal Arts and Science 3 F/A 42,000 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 70 25
l B Psychology 4 F 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 93.5 * 36
u B Science 3 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
u B Science (Health)  3 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
u B Science (Medical Science)  3 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B Science/B Advanced Studies  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
B
 Science/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars including 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 98 40
Mathematical Science)‡
B Science/B Advanced Studies (Advanced)  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 93 35
B Science/B Advanced Studies (Agriculture)  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
B
 Science/B Advanced Studies 4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
(Animal and Veterinary Bioscience) 
B Science/B Advanced Studies (Food and Agribusiness)  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28
sydney.edu.au

B Science/B Advanced Studies (Health)  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 80 28


B Science/B Advanced Studies (Medical Science)  4 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 85 31
B Science/M Mathematical Sciencesф 4.5 F/A 46,500 6.5 (6.0) 85(17/19) 95 37

B Science/M Nutrition & Dieteticsф 5 F 46,500 7.0 (6.5) 96(20/22) 95 * 37


B Veterinary Biology/D Veterinary Medicineф 6 F 49,500/ 7.0 (7.0) 96(23/25) A+C * A+C
64,000ø (92) (34)
The University of Sydney

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l Professional degree n Specialist degree u Liberal studies degree Combined or double degree
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‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’, ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’. ‘F’ for ‘February’, ‘A’ for ‘August’
‡ are courses available for Dalyell Scholars by application. For a list of Dalyell Scholars courses, see page 41.
Canada - British Columbia

Indian School Certificate

USFP GPA/USFP English


USA - SAT (out of 1600)
Sri Lanka GCE A Levels
India - HSSC 6 states

Malaysia - STPM 3/4


Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


Sweden - Slutbetyg
Norway - Vitnemal

Singapore A Levels
GCE 3/4 A Levels

Germany Abitur
Canada - OSSD

India - CBSE

USA - ACT

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72 3.25 11/11 15 9.0 75 75 3.0 6/5 2.0 13.3 260 300 3 21 1050 6.2/C 75
86 3.75 16/17 22 18.0 95 95 1.7 19/18 4.8 17.6 360 345 9 28 1330 7.8/C 78
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 78
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 78
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 78
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 79
91 3.90 17/21 25 19.5 99 95 1.3 21/20 5.5 19.3 400 363 12 31 1440 9.1/C 79

85 3.75 16/17 22 17.5 94 95 1.8 18/17 4.6 17.2 350 340 9 27 1310 7.8/C 80
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 80
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 80

Undergraduate courses
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 80
77 3.45 13/13 17 13.0 83 85 2.5 11/10 3.4 14.8 300 315 5 23 1140 6.9/C 81
79 3.55 14/14 19 14.5 88 85 2.2 14/13 3.8 15.5 320 323 6 24 1200 7.3/C 81
87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C 83

87 3.80 16/18 23 18.5 96 95 1.6 19/19 5.0 18.2 360 347 10 28 1370 8.0/C+ 83
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C (7.7) 84
(85) (3.70) (15/16) (21) (17) (93) (95) (1.8) (17/16) (4.6) (16.9) (350) (338) (9) (27) (1290) /C+

ø The B Veterinary Biology/D Veterinary Medicine lists two # This double degree lists two tuition fee rates. The first
tuition fee rates. The first tuition fee is for students commencing tuition fee is for students commencing in the undergraduate
the combined degree in 2019 for Year 1. The second tuition fee is degree in 2019 for Year 1. The second tuition fee is for students
International Guide 2019

for students commencing the DVM in 2019 for Year 1. Tuition fees commencing the postgraduate degree in 2019 for Year 1. Tuition
are subject to annual review and will increase each year of your fees are subject to annual review and will increase each year of
study. Refer to important fee information on page 55. your study. Refer to important fee information on page 55.
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Guaranteed and indicative scores, A+C, na, ^, †, *, **, ◊, ф: See ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-59

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Read the important information below to help you understand
our admission criteria, tuition fees and other course information
presented in the tables from pages 46 to 53.

The information published in these Important tuition fee information


tables is correct at the time of publication for entry
in 2019 and may be subject to change. For the latest Tuition fees listed in this course table are:
course information, including admission criteria, −− quoted in Australian dollars and
course structure and availability, visit: correct at the time of publication
−− sydney.edu.au/courses −− indicative tuition fees for study in Year 1,
in the 2019 calendar year only
Courses listed in the 2019 guide to admission −− set for each course based on a full-time student
sydney.edu.au

criteria for international students (on pages 46 to enrolment load of 48 credit points per year,
53) are CRICOS registered and available to student or 1.0 Equivalent Full-Time Student Load (1.0
visa holders, unless otherwise indicated with a EFTSL). If your study load for the year is more or
◊. For more information on CRICOS-registered less than 1.0 EFTSL, your tuition fee will differ.
courses, visit:
−− cricos.education.gov.au Annual review
Importantly, tuition fees are subject to annual review
Double degree progression requirements by the University and will increase each year, effective
at the start of each calendar year.
Double degrees and the Doctor of Veterinary
Medicine combined degree listed in this guide have
Other costs
separate progression requirements that need to
be satisfied before students can be admitted to There are other costs in addition to tuition fees.
the second degree. For progression rules, visit the For important fee-related information, refer to the
faculty handbooks at: fees and costs information on page 128.
−− sydney.edu.au/handbooks
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B Veterinary Biology/D Veterinary Medicine
(combined degree) tuition fees
This combined degree has a combination of
undergraduate components (Bachelor of Veterinary
Biology) in years 1 and 2, and postgraduate components
(Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, DVM), in years 3 to 6.

The course table on page 52 lists two separate tuition


fee rates for the combined degree. You will be paying
higher tuition fees in Years 3 to 6 than in Years 1 and 2
of the combined degree.

The first tuition fee in the course table is for students


commencing the combined degree in 2019 for Year 1.

Undergraduate courses
Double degree tuition fees (undergraduate to
This fee is indicative and subject to annual increases
postgraduate) – price differentiation
for each year of your study.
In a double degree students complete two
qualifications under one set of course resolutions
The second tuition fee is for students commencing
with no cross-crediting of units of study between
the DVM in 2019 for Year 1. Your Year 3 commencing
the qualifications (see the glossary on page 133 for a
tuition fee for the DVM component, and the tuition
definition). The course table on pages 46 and 53 lists
fees each year thereafter, will be subject to a number
two separate tuition fee rates for double degrees
of reviews and indexation before you may be eligible
that comprise an undergraduate degree and a
to commence.
postgraduate degree, with a higher tuition fee rate
applying to the postgraduate degree.
At the time of publication, the University is unable to
provide you with a precise indication of your Year 3
The first tuition fee is for students commencing the
commencing tuition fees for the DVM component of
undergraduate degree in 2019, as part of the double
the combined degree (Years 3 to 6).
degree, for Year 1. The fee is indicative and subject to
annual increases for each year of your study.
Combined degree tuition fees
For combined degrees (refer to the glossary on page
The second tuition fee is for students commencing
133 for a definition), where there is one indicative
the postgraduate degree in 2019 for Year 1. This fee
tuition fee (Year 1, 2019 only), listed in the course table
will also be subject to a number of annual reviews and
on pages 46 to 53, a single course tuition fee rate
indexation before you may be eligible to commence
applies for the duration of your study in the combined
your study in the postgraduate degree.
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degree, regardless of the units of study that are


selected in each of the two qualifications (eg, B Arts
At the time of publication, the University is
and B Laws).
unable to provide you with a precise indication
of your commencing Year 1 tuition fees for the
The tuition fee listed for Year 1, 2019 is subject to
postgraduate degree.
annual review and will increase each year of your study
in the combined degree. The tuition fee structure
for the B Veterinary Biology/D Veterinary Medicine
combined degree is different – please see the tuition
fees information above.
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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES – TABLE NOTES
– 
Programs, majors and minors ‡ Dalyell Scholars courses (by application)
The programs, majors and minors listed are indicative To study as a Dalyell Scholar in these courses you need
and are subject to change. Unless specified as a major to apply directly to the University or, if you are a UAC
or a minor only, majors are also available as minors. For applicant, via UAC preference.
the latest list of options, visit
−− sydney.edu.au/handbooks To study as a Dalyell Scholar in other Dalyell-eligible
courses, entry is by invitation. You will be invited to
Assumed knowledge and prerequisites become a Dalyell Scholar if you apply for, and are
Subjects listed for assumed knowledge, prerequisites made an offer to, a 'by invitation' Dalyell eligible degree
or recommended studies, refer to the NSW Higher and have achieved a 98+ ATAR (or equivalent). For a full
School Certificate (HSC) curriculum. For example, list of courses available to study as a Dalyell Scholar,
‘Mathematics’ refers to the two-unit HSC subject by see page 41.
that name, not the HSC subject ‘Mathematics General’.
Learn more about the HSC syllabus to understand † Double degree Medicine and Dentistry
the required standard for equivalent qualifications Double degree Medicine applicants are expected
and/or subjects. to have an ATAR of 99.95 (or equivalent scores for
other accepted secondary school qualifications) to
sydney.edu.au

−− www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc
be eligible for consideration for the double degree
assessment. Check the Sydney Medical School website
∆ Mathematics prerequisite
for more information.
For courses marked with a ∆ on the Assumed
knowledge and prerequisites column, the Mathematics −− sydney.edu.au/medicine
prerequisite will apply to students undertaking a senior
secondary qualification in Australia. Find out about the Double degree Dentistry applicants are expected to
maths prerequisite, including equivalent requirements have an ATAR of 99.5 or higher (or equivalent scores
for other qualifications. for other accepted secondary school qualifications)
to be eligible for consideration for the double
−− sydney.edu.au/study/maths
degree assessment.

^ Teaching degrees: Bachelor of Education (Primary),


All Dentistry and Medicine double degree applicants
Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical
are required to undertake a double degree Medicine/
Education), and Bachelor of Music (Music Education)
Dentistry assessment that includes a written
assessment and a panel discussion. The University
The New South Wales Education Standards Authority
will contact eligible applicants for the assessment.
(NESA) requires students entering these teaching
Separate requirements apply to Aboriginal and Torres
degrees to achieve a minimum of three Band 5s in
Strait Islander applicants.
their NSW HSC, one of which must be English (English
The University of Sydney

Standard or English Advanced). Similar requirements


Admission criteria and application processes for
will be applied to the IB and other Australian Year
these courses are subject to change without notice.
12 qualifications.
Check the specific course on our website for
more information.
For other secondary qualifications, you need to
achieve the minimum scores provided as a guide and −− sydney.edu.au/courses
get good results in English (the equivalent of English
Standard or English Advanced). If you also need to ** Sciences Po and University of Sydney dual degrees
meet English proficiency requirements through Admission to the Sciences Po Dual Degree is highly
a test such as IELTS, you need to complete those competitive. Acceptance will be determined by a
requirements separately. Sciences Po and University of Sydney Dual Degree
Admissions Committee based on evidence of
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academic achievement and intellectual readiness, and


on applicants’ own representation of their experience, ◊ Bachelor of Nursing Post Registration (Singapore)
ideas and aspirations. Applicants also need to meet This course is delivered in Singapore by a third-party
the minimum admission requirements for their degree provider and is not available for full-time study in
of choice at the University of Sydney, including English Australia on a student visa. For more information,
language requirements. The higher of the English including tuition fees refer to the Singapore Institute
language requirements of the two partner institutions of Management website.
will apply. −− www.simge.edu.sg

The Sciences Po degree requires a total of four years Key to the table
of full-time study to be eligible for two separate awards
from Sciences Po and the University of Sydney. Guaranteed scores: Scores for courses listed without
an asterisk are guaranteed for admission in 2019 – this
During years 1-2, students will enrol at Sciences means the scores will not change throughout the 2019
Po, France, and pay the applicable fee direct to admission period and represent the entry score you

Undergraduate courses
Sciences Po. need, provided other admission criteria are also met,
to receive a guaranteed offer of admission to a course.
During years 3-4, students enrol in the applicable −− sydney.edu.au/sydney-ATAR
Sydney degree (international students enrol in the
applicable CRICOS-registered Sydney degree), with * Indicative scores
eligible transfer credits for studies undertaken at The scores listed with an asterisk (*) (for international
Sciences Po. Students will pay the applicable Sydney students on pages 46 to 53 and for domestic students
fee in years 3-4 to the University of Sydney. on pages 86 to 87) are indicative for 2019. These scores
are a guide only and a higher score may be needed to
Student visa holders who commence this course may gain admission into these courses.
face additional costs associated with their student visa.
For visa information visit Additionally, some courses may have a limited number
−− www.homeaffairs.gov.au of places. Additional admission criteria can also apply
for courses listed as 'A+C'. For more information, see
USFP applicants should also refer to the USFP notes. below and visit
−− sydney.edu.au/courses
For more information on admission criteria, tuition
fees and application processes, visit the relevant A+C
course page. Combination of ATAR (or equivalent score) plus
−− sydney.edu.au/courses additional admission criteria (eg, portfolio, audition,
interview). Check the details for your specific degree
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ф Course structure subject to change −− sydney.edu.au/courses


The structure of this course may be affected
by changes to government policy. For the latest na
information, please visit Not applicable as an entry score cannot be applied.
−− sydney.edu.au/student-fees

*** The Psychological Science major was previously


offered as the Behavioural Sciences major. For the
latest information, please visit
−− sydney.edu.au/handbooks
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English test scores Canada
All English test scores have a two year validity. For Ontario OSSD: Ontario Secondary School Diploma
a full list of English language tests accepted by the (OSSD) average of 6 University/College preparation
University visit courses, including English.
−− sydney.edu.au/study/english-reqs
British Columbia: Certificate of Graduation (2004
IELTS Academic- The first score is the overall score; graduation program) Grade average from all grade
the score listed within brackets is the minimum score 12 subjects except Graduation Transition based on
required in each section (L for Listening, R for Reading, A=4, B=3, C+=2.5, C=2, C-=1, F=0. Also applies to Adult
S for Speaking, W for Writing) Secondary School graduation diplomas, comparable
qualifications in the Yukon territory and the Diplome
TOEFL iBT (internet-based TOEFL) - the first score de fin d’etudes
is the total score required; the first score within
brackets is the minimum score for each section - Germany
Listening, Reading and Speaking, the second score is Abitur: Average grade or ‘Durchschnittsnote’ required
the minimum score for Writing. Where specific section for the following qualifications:
sydney.edu.au

scores are required, L is for Listening, R for Reading, −− Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife
S for Speaking, and W for Writing. −− Abiturientenzeugnis
−− Zeugnis der Reife
IB Diploma
Entry is based on the total score for the completed −− Reifezeugnis
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
Hong Kong
GCE A Levels HKDSE: Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
(Applies to UK GCE A levels and select comparable (HKDSE) aggregate based on the best five subjects,
qualifications) The first score listed is the requirement including any combination of compulsory and Category
for 3 subjects, the second score is for 4 subjects. A and C electives, but excluding Category B (Applied
Students must present a minimum of three Advanced Learning) subjects. The aggregate score is worked out
level (A2) subjects and a maximum of four A2 subjects. based on 5**, 5*=6, 5=5, 4=4, 3=3, 2=2 and 1=1.
The aggregate is calculated from the A2 subjects
taken in the same academic year based on A*=6, A=5, India
B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1. Advanced Subsidiary (AS) subjects CBSE: All India Senior School Certificate awarded by
are not used in calculating the aggregate. At most, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
one A2 subject may have been undertaken in the Total of the best four externally examined subjects
academic year preceding or following the final year in (where A1=5, A2=4.5, B1=3.5, B2=3, C1=2, C2=1.5, D1=1,
The University of Sydney

which the bulk of the A2 subjects were examined. At D2=0.5)


most one Applied A level subject may be included in
the aggregate. Indian School Certificate: Indian School Certificate
awarded by the Council for Indian School Certificate
Australia Examinations (CISCE). The required score is the
Australian Year 12 qualifications - ATAR: Australian average of the best four externally examined subjects,
Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) is a measure of a including English.
student’s overall academic achievement relative to
other students undertaking an Australian year 12 Indian HSSC: Average of the best 5 academic subjects
qualification. The ATAR for each course can change in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)
from year to year. in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka,
Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. The
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requirement is higher for other states.


Malaysia Sweden
STPM: Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) aggregate Slutbetyg: Swedish Secondary School Leaving
for a minimum 3 (first score listed) or 4 Advanced Level Certificate (from a Gymnasieskolan) - From 2014, the
subjects (second score listed) based on A=7, A-=6, entry requirement is the average of grades based
B+=5, B=4, B-=3, C+=2, C=1. Partial passes and fails on A=20, B=17.5, C=15, D=12.5, E=10, F=0. Different
are not included. Subjects must be taken in the same requirements apply prior to 2014.
academic year.
USA (in or outside the US)
Norway ACT: American College Test (ACT) composite score.
Vitnemal: Grade average in the Norwegian Applicants must also present the optional essay
Certificate of Completion of Upper Secondary School component of the ACT with a 50 percent pass mark.
Examinations (Vitnemal fra den Videregaende Skole). Evidence of graduation from a senior secondary
qualification is also required. ACT scores required
Singapore can be lower for applicants presenting Advanced

Undergraduate courses
Singapore A Levels: GCE Advanced Level examinations Placement tests (APs) with a score of 4 or better.
conducted in Singapore
−− Applicants must present at least three H2 SAT: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT 1) composite score
subjects and the aggregate can be raised to a out of 1600 for tests taken from 2016. Applicants must
maximum of 4 H2 subjects or the equivalent by: also present the optional essay with a score of 4 or
1. one content-based subject (at H1, H2 or H3 level) better for each component. Evidence of graduation
and General Paper (GP) at H1 or from a senior secondary qualification is also required.
2. Knowledge and Inquiry (KI) at H2 level. SAT scores required can be lower for applicants
presenting Advanced Placement tests (APs) with a
−− H3 subjects are ranked the same as H2 subjects.
score of 4 or better.
−− Project Work and Mother Tongue are not included.
−− The aggregate is the sum of all H2 subjects taken in USFP GPA/USFP English
the same academic year, with at most, one subject University of Sydney Foundation program (USFP) score
from the preceding or following academic year. or GPA and English grade required. This score can
−− If more than three H2 subjects are taken, serve as a guide to entry for other Australian University
the best combination will be used. foundation programs. However, students should note
that, depending on the foundation program, the
The aggregate is calculated for H2 subjects based on requirements may vary from course to course. Some
A=120, B=100, C=80, D=60, E=40, with half the value for foundation programs are expressed as a percentage. In
H1 subjects (e.g. A=60, B=50 and so on). this table an 8 is equal to 80 percent, 9.5 is 95 percent
and so on. Separate English requirements will apply for
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South Korea (Republic of Korea) other foundation programs.


South Korea CSAT: Korea Republic College Scholastic
Ability Test (CSAT from 2005 onwards) overall standard USFP package offers are not available with Sciences Po
score calculated from results in ‘Korean Language’, Dual Degrees due to the structure of these degrees,
‘Mathematics’ and ‘Foreign Language (English)’ only. which require the first two years to be undertaken
in France, and the resulting implications on a
Sri Lanka student visa.
Sri Lanka A Levels: GCE Advanced Level examination
aggregate of the best 3 Advanced Level subjects based
on A=5, B=4, C=3, S=1. A fourth subject grade may be
added if three A grades are achieved.
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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES A-Z

Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Advanced Designed with leaders in the IT field, Choose one IT major from the Assumed knowledge Computer programmer,
Computing this degree will help prepare you options below and a second Mathematics or computer system
for an exciting career in information major or a minor from either Mathematics administrator,
4 years full time technology. Incorporating real-world these options or the shared pool: Extension 1 or consultancy,
Dalyell by projects, it develops both practical computer science, computational equivalent. entrepreneur, information
invitation and theoretical skills across the data science, information systems, ∆ See note below services management,
computing, information technology software development. systems analyst, software
and business transformation engineer, user experience,
industries. With one of Australia’s web development and
most innovative IT courses, you can management
combine your passion for computing
with one of more than 100 cross-
disciplinary majors, as you cultivate
specialist industry knowledge and
computing expertise.

B Advanced Designing the digital world is big Refer to B Advanced Computing and Assumed knowledge Accountant, business
Computing/ business. This combined degree B Commerce. You will choose one Mathematics or systems analyst, computer
B Commerce will develop your knowledge and major from each degree. Mathematics programmer, computer
sydney.edu.au

skills in computing and IT while Extension 1 or system administrator,


5 years full time cultivating business expertise. It equivalent. Other economist, financial
Dalyell by combines practical learning with assumed knowledge specialist, information
invitation industry opportunities to launch your depends on services management,
career as a leader of innovation and Commerce subjects management consultant,
business transformation. You will also chosen. project manager,
have access to the Open Learning ∆ See note below software engineer,
Environment to broaden your skills web development and
and explore other areas of study. management

B Advanced Redefine the digital and physical Refer to B Advanced Computing Assumed knowledge Computer programmer,
Computing/ landscape. This combined degree and B Science. You will choose one Mathematics or consultancy, geophysicist,
B Science will develop your technical skills in major from each degree. Mathematics information services
computing and IT while cultivating Extension 1 or management,
5 years full time your knowledge of scientific enquiry. equivalent. Other mathematician,
Dalyell by Underpinned by critical analytical assumed knowledge microbiologist,
invitation and leadership skills, you will be depends on the psychologist, science
positioned to transform our world for science areas or historian, software
the better. You will also have access programs studied. engineer, systems analyst,
to the Open Learning Environment to ∆ See note below web development and
broaden your skills and explore other management
areas of study.

B Advanced Transform the health industry and Refer to B Advanced Computing Assumed knowledge Computer programmer,
Computing/ beyond. This combined degree and B Science (Health). You will Mathematics or consultancy, corporate
B Science will develop your technical skills complete a major from the options Mathematics health, disability and
in computing and IT while you also available in the B Advanced Extension 1 or ageing management
(Health) explore the latest developments Computing and the health major. equivalent. and research, global
5 years full time in health and healthcare health research and
∆ See note below
Dalyell by systems. Combine research and policy analyst, hospital
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interdisciplinary study to lead the management, information


invitation next wave of healthcare innovation. services management,
You will also have access to the Open mental health and safety,
Learning Environment to broaden software engineer,
your skills and explore other areas of web development and
study. management
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‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’ and ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’
^, †, ф, **, ***: see ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-57
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Advanced Revolutionise the medical world. This Refer to B Advanced Computing and Assumed knowledge Computer programmer,
Computing/ combined degree will develop your B Science (Medical Science). Mathematics or consultancy, doctor
B Science knowledge and skills in computing You will choose one major from the Mathematics (after further study in
and IT. You will also gain foundational options available in the B Advanced Extension 1, medicine), geneticist,
(Medical knowledge and research skills in
Science) Computing and complete a program Chemistry and either infectious diseases
medical science, biomedicine and in medical science, including a Physics or Biology or researcher, information
5 years full time bioinformatics and have access to the medical science major. equivalent. services management,
Open Learning Environment. ∆ See note below microbiologist,
Dalyell by pathologist, software
invitation engineer, systems analyst,
web development and
management

B Applied Learn the skills you need to produce This degree covers studies in Recommended Diagnostic radiographer
Science world-class medical imaging and anatomy, biological sciences, studies Graduates have the
(Diagnostic provide excellent patient care. In the equipment and imaging techniques, Mathematics plus opportunity to work in a

Undergraduate courses
Diagnostic Radiography degree, you image processing, pathology, one of Biology, range of settings, such as
Radiography) will learn to use equipment ranging physics, psychology and radiation Chemistry or Physics small regional clinics, large
4 years full time from small mobile X-ray machines biology. or equivalent. metropolitan imaging
to larger units, from MRI and CT departments, and hospital
scanners to sophisticated cardiac emergency departments.
units, enabling timely and accurate
patient diagnoses.
This degree is accredited by the
Medical Radiation Practice Board
of Australia (MRPBA) and is an
approved program of study for
general registration as a diagnostic
radiographer.

B Applied This degree develops your skills This degree covers studies Assumed knowledge Exercise scientist,
Science to integrate exercise and physical in anatomy, biochemistry, Chemistry and coach, personal trainer,
(Exercise and activity with disease prevention biomechanics, learning and control Mathematics or strength and conditioning
and the promotion of good health, of human movement, nutrition, equivalent. specialist. Our graduates
Sport Science) rehabilitation, nutrition and sports physiology/exercise physiology, find careers in the
3 years full time performance. and the application of these sport, fitness and health
Graduates are eligible to apply for fundamental sciences to sport, industries; work health
membership with Exercise and Sport exercise, ageing, public health, and safety; injury
Science Australia and professional rehabilitation and research. prevention; public health;
registration as an exercise scientist. exercise rehabilitation;
research and technology;
education and health; and
medical insurance.

B Applied This degree provides you with the This degree covers studies in Assumed knowledge As an accredited exercise
Science knowledge, competencies and clinical biomechanics, clinical exercise Chemistry and physiologist you will
(Exercise experience required to deliver practice, ergonomics, exercise Mathematics or have the opportunity to
exercise and behaviour change physiology, functional anatomy, equivalent. work across all sectors
Physiology) strategies for the prevention and motor control and behaviour. of healthcare, including
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4 years full time management of chronic disease. cardiac rehabilitation,


Graduates are eligible for both musculoskeletal
exercise science and exercise rehabilitation, mental
physiology accreditation through health, long-term
Exercise and Sports Science Australia. rehabilitation following
spinal cord injury,
ageing, occupational
rehabilitation and
programs for people with
an intellectual disability.
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∆. F
or students undertaking a senior secondary qualification in Australia, Mathematics is a prerequisite for this course.
See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Applied This degree will enable you to help This degree covers studies in Recommended Occupational therapist
Science people with disabilities, and those human anatomy, neuroscience, studies The breadth of
(Occupational recovering from injury or with occupational therapy theory Biology or equivalent. occupational therapy
ongoing conditions, to overcome and practice, psychology and means you can diversify
Therapy) barriers that may be preventing social sciences. your career while
4 years full time them from participating more fully staying within the same
in life. Graduates are eligible for profession. For example,
membership of Occupational Therapy you could work one on
Australia and the World Federation one in rehabilitation with
of Occupational Therapists, and stroke or cancer survivors,
registration with the Occupational then work with babies in
Therapy Board of Australia. a neonatal intensive care
unit or young adults in a
community mental health
program.

B Applied This degree will teach you how to This degree covers studies in Assumed knowledge Physiotherapist
Science assess, diagnose and treat people biomedical sciences, behavioural Chemistry and You can choose from
(Physiotherapy) with movement problems caused by and social sciences, exercise Physics or equivalent. a diverse range of
a wide variety of health conditions. science, human anatomy, human Recommended physiotherapy and health
4 years full time You will also learn how to help people movement, neuroscience, theory studies promotion career options
avoid injuries and maintain a fit and and practice of musculoskeletal, Mathematics or in both the public and
healthy body. Upon graduation, you neurological and cardiopulmonary equivalent. private sectors, in settings
are eligible to apply for registration physiotherapy across the lifespan. such as healthcare
as a physiotherapist with the organisations, sports,
Physiotherapy Board of Australia. schools and community,
and private practice.

B Applied Accredited by Speech Pathology This degree covers studies in Recommended Speech pathologist
Science Australia, this degree prepares you anatomy, audiology, linguistics studies Speech pathologists
(Speech for professional practice as a speech and language development, English Advanced or work in diverse settings,
pathologist. You will be involved neurobiology, phonetics, equivalent. including public and
Pathology) in the assessment and treatment psychology, research methods and private hospitals,
4 years full time of communication and swallowing speech pathology specialist areas community health, mental
sydney.edu.au

disorders in children and adults, (eg, aphasia, cleft palate, dysarthria, health services, aged-care
including problems with speaking, dysphagia, stuttering). facilities, schools and
listening comprehension, reading and disability services. As
writing. a speech pathology
graduate, you may also
work in private practice,
with the potential to
operate your own business
as a private practitioner.

B Architecture The Bachelor of Architecture and Core areas of study in architectural Assumed knowledge Architect, property and
and Environments provides a broad and environmental design, English Advanced real estate, construction,
Environments overview of the built environment architectural history and theory, and Mathematics or project manager, urban
through studies in design and architectural sciences and equivalent. designer, urban planner
3 years full time architecture, urban planning, technologies, property and
sustainability, heritage, building sustainability, urban design and
systems and construction and planning. University of Sydney
facilities management. School of Architecture, Design
and Planning electives may include
acoustics, lighting, structures and
design computing. Electives may
also be taken in other faculties.
The University of Sydney
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‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’ and ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’
^, †, ф, **, ***: see ‘Table notes’ on pages 56-57
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Arts Whether you want to learn a new Choose one major from the Assumed knowledge Anthropologist,
language or study a new culture, options below and a second Depends on the major archaeologist, archivist,
3 years full time
explore great books, ideas or minds, major or a minor either from undertaken or units art historian, business
Dalyell by discover the past, analyse the present these options or from the shared of study administrator or manager,
invitation or consider the shape of the world’s pool: agricultural and resource For language studies: editor or publisher,
future, the Bachelor of Arts will economics; American studies; pathways are available foreign affairs and trade
expand your horizons and challenge ancient Greek; ancient history; for applicants with officer, government policy
you to think outside the box. It will anthropology; Arabic language and no prior language officer, historian, heritage
prepare you to meet the challenges cultures; archaeology; art history; experience, as well as specialist, information
of the modern workforce, where Asian studies; Australian literature for those with prior specialist, journalist,
expertise, inventiveness, logic and (minor only); biblical studies and experience in the language specialist, media
critical thinking come to the fore. classical Hebrew; Celtic studies respective language and communications
You will receive an outstanding liberal (minor only); Chinese studies; of study officer, museum or gallery
arts education, with a broad choice criminology (minor only); cultural curator, researcher,
of more than 45 subject areas in the studies; digital cultures; diversity sociologist
humanities and social sciences, and studies (minor only); econometrics; The Bachelor of Arts
other disciplines across the University economics; economic policy; equips you with the
from the more than 100 majors and English; European studies; film breadth and depth of
minors in the shared pool. You will studies; French and francophone knowledge and the critical
also have access to the Open Learning studies; gender studies; Germanic analytical skills to pursue
Environment to broaden your skills studies; Hebrew (modern); history; an extensive range of
and explore other areas of study. No Indigenous studies; Indonesian established and emerging
two arts degrees are quite the same. studies; international comparative careers. It prepares you
literary studies; international for the jobs of the future.
relations; Italian studies; Japanese
studies; Jewish civilisation, thought
and culture; Korean studies;
Latin; linguistics; modern Greek
studies; music; philosophy; political
economy; politics; psychology
(program); Sanskrit (minor only);

Undergraduate courses
social policy (minor only); socio-
legal studies; sociology; Spanish and
Latin American studies; studies in
religion; theatre and performance
studies; writing studies (minor only).

B Arts (Dual Are you ready for the opportunity of Refer to B Arts for University Assumed knowledge Anthropologist,
Degree, a lifetime? Travel abroad, immerse of Sydney-based majors. For Refer to B Arts archaeologist, business
Sciences Po, yourself in the French culture, learn information on studies in France, administrator or manager,
a new language and complete a dual including units of study, refer to economist, editor
France)** degree with a social science focus, all sydney.edu.au/arts/ international/ or publisher, foreign
2+2 years full time at the same time. years_1_2.shtml affairs and trade officer,
This four-year dual degree enables government policy officer,
you to work towards both a B Arts historian, language
degree at Sciences Po in France specialist, journalist,
for the first two years, and a B Arts museum or gallery
degree at the University of Sydney curator, public relations
for the remaining two years. As part manager, researcher,
of your B Arts at the University of sociologist, teacher
Sydney, you’ll have access to the
shared pool and the Open Learning
Environment.

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∆. F
or students undertaking a senior secondary qualification in Australia, Mathematics is a prerequisite for this course.
See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Arts/ The Bachelor of Arts provides an Choose one major from the listing Assumed knowledge Anthropologist,
B Advanced outstanding liberal arts education. It below and a second major either Depends on the major archaeologist, archivist,
Studies prepares you to meet the challenges from these options or from the selected or units of art historian, business
of the modern workforce, where shared pool. Agricultural and study. For language administrator or manager,
4 years full time expertise, inventiveness, logic and resource economics; American studies: pathways historian, heritage
critical thinking come to the fore. studies; ancient Greek; ancient are available for specialist, foreign
Combining a Bachelor of Arts history; anthropology; Arabic applicants with affairs and trade officer,
with the Bachelor of Advanced language and cultures; archaeology; no prior language government policy officer,
Studies in a four-year degree gives art history; Asian studies; Australian experience, as well as information specialist,
you the opportunity to deepen literature (minor only); biblical for those with prior journalist, museum or
your knowledge and skills, add studies and classical Hebrew; experience in the gallery curator, language
further breadth to your University Celtic studies (minor only); Chinese respective language specialist, media and
qualification by studying subjects studies; criminology (minor of study communications officer,
from a range of disciplines (including only); cultural studies; digital editor or publisher,
more than 45 subject areas in the cultures; diversity studies (minor researcher, sociologist
humanities and social sciences and only); econometrics; economics; This degree equips you
more than 100 majors and minors in economic policy; English; European with the breadth and
the shared pool), and apply your skills studies; film studies; French and depth of knowledge
and disciplinary knowledge to real- francophone studies; gender and the critical and
world problems. You’ll have access studies; Germanic studies; Hebrew analytical skills to pursue
to the Open Learning Environment to (modern); history; Indigenous an extensive range of
broaden your skills and explore other studies; Indonesian studies; established and emerging
areas of interest. international comparative literary careers. It prepares you
studies; international relations; for the jobs of the future.
In the fourth year you will undertake Italian studies; Japanese studies;
advanced coursework and either Jewish civilisation, thought and
a substantial real-world industry, culture; Korean studies; Latin;
community, entrepreneurship or linguistics; modern Greek studies;
research project, or an honours music; philosophy; political
project. As you develop a personal economy; politics; psychology
portfolio of expertise and high-level (program); Sanskrit (minor only);
skills you broaden your opportunities social policy (minor only); socio-
and prepare yourself for future legal studies; sociology; Spanish and
success. Latin American studies; studies in
religion; theatre and performance
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studies; writing studies (minor only).

B Arts/ As a Dalyell Scholar in the B Arts/B Refer to B Arts/B Advanced Studies. Assumed knowledge Anthropologist,
B Advanced Advanced Studies, you will gain an As a Dalyell Scholar you will Depends on the major archaeologist, business
Studies (Dalyell outstanding liberal arts education undertake 12 credit points selected or units of administrator or manager,
that prepares you to meet the of distinctive Dalyell units study. For language economist, editor
Scholars challenges of the modern workforce, studies: pathways or publisher, foreign
including complemented by additional
where expertise, inventiveness, logic enrichment opportunities, including are available for affairs and trade officer,
Languages) and critical thinking come to the fore. mentoring, professional skill applicants with government policy officer,
4 years full time Your studies will be complemented by development and a global mobility no prior language historian, language
distinctive Dalyell units and a suite of experience. experience, as well as specialist, journalist,
Dalyell by for those with prior museum or gallery
enrichment opportunities, including Dalyell Scholars will have the
application a global mobility experience. You’ll experience in the curator, public relations
option of completing a languages respective language manager
also have access to the Open Learning program that will broaden your
Environment and the shared pool of of study This degree equips you
understanding of languages and
more than 100 majors and minors. culture, and open up a diverse range with the breadth and
In the final year, you will undertake of global career opportunities. depth of knowledge
advanced coursework and either and the critical and
a substantial real-world industry, analytical skills to pursue
community, entrepreneurship or an extensive range of
research project, or an honours established and emerging
project. careers. It prepares you
for the jobs of the future.

B Arts/ This degree will give you a rigorous This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Community development
B Advanced understanding of the paradoxes of a program in international and Refer to B Arts/B program manager,
Studies and complex interconnections of global studies (including a major in Advanced Studies diplomat, foreign
globalisation, equipping you with the global studies), a minor in a language aid worker, foreign
(International ability to work in a global society. from the School of Languages and correspondent, human
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and Global Cultures, and a minimum of 12 credit rights advocate,


The core major enables you to relate
Studies) localities to global trends, while your points of study abroad/exchange. international business
4 years full time second major and language training A second major, which may be an consultant, policy adviser,
provide the regional and linguistic extension of the language minor, trade negotiator
Dalyell by must be taken from those available
expertise necessary to effectively
invitation communicate across cultural in the B Arts or from the shared
boundaries and to work in a range of pool. You’ll also have access to the
organisations with an international Open Learning Environment.
scope. In the fourth year of the degree
A semester abroad at one of our you will undertake advanced
leading partner universities deepens coursework and a substantial
your knowledge and provides first- real-world industry, community,
hand international experience. entrepreneurship or research
project.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Arts/ This degree will provide you with a This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Corporate
B Advanced broad array of skills tailored to meet of a program in media and Refer to B Arts/B communications officer,
Studies (Media the needs of the fast-changing media communications (including a major Advanced Studies information officer,
and communications landscape. in media studies). A second major journalist (print, online,
and Communi­ must be taken from those available radio, television), market
cations) You will gain real-world experience
in media writing, radio, video and in the B Arts or from the shared or media researcher,
4 years full time digital media production, and media pool. You’ll also have access to the producer, public relations
relations as well as a scholarly and Open Learning Environment. officer, public policy
Dalyell by officer
invitation critical education in media and In the fourth year of the degree
communications theory and practice. you will undertake advanced
As part of this degree, you will coursework and either a substantial
undertake a compulsory internship real-world industry, community,
that gives you hands-on experience entrepreneurship or research
and valuable contacts. Internships project, or an honours project.
are available in many areas, including
national and international journalism
placements, public relations and
advertising agencies, national
television and radio, and major print
and online media.

B Arts/ This degree covers all aspects of This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Current affairs
B Advanced political, cultural and economic of a program in politics and Refer to B journalist, government
Studies relations at both the domestic and international relations. A second Arts/B Advanced and public service
international levels. It explores major must be taken from those Studies administrator, non-
(Politics and the world-shaping political forces available in the B Arts or from the government or private
International that extend far beyond national shared pool. You’ll also have access sector administrator,
Relations) boundaries and impact our lives in to the Open Learning Environment. policy researcher and
4 years full time unexpected ways. In the fourth year of the degree consultant, political
At the core of the degree are you will undertake advanced adviser, think tank
Dalyell by participant

Undergraduate courses
specialist units dealing with coursework and either a substantial
invitation contemporary real world problem- real-world industry, community, The degree will equip you
solving, both in teams and individually. entrepreneurship or research to pursue a wide range of
You will graduate with a double major project, or an honours project. careers where knowledge
in politics and international relations, of the interactions
and work with a team of leading between international
academics and researchers to identify and domestic politics is
and evaluate current affairs and issues necessary.
that shape global politics.

B Arts/B Laws The most established double-degree Refer to B Arts. You will choose a Assumed knowledge Refer to B Arts. For
combination in Australia, the Bachelor major from the B Arts which can Refer to B Arts. Law: solicitor, barrister,
5 years full time
of Arts and Bachelor of Laws will include a Global Studies or Media For Law: None. magistrate, judge. Non-
Dalyell by challenge your outlook and give you Studies major, and electives from legal: diplomacy, foreign
invitation the skillset to think differently about the B Arts or the shared pool. affairs, human rights,
how to find real-world, workable and Units of study for Law: First year: international relations,
ethical solutions to contemporary foundations of law, legal research I, investment banking,
problems and issues. You’ll also torts. Second year: civil and criminal journalism, management
have access to the Open Learning procedure, contracts, criminal law. consultancy, public policy.
Environment and electives from the Third year: Torts and contracts II,
shared pool. legal research II, public international
law, public law. Fourth year:
Administrative law, corporations
law, equity, evidence, federal
constitutional law, introduction to
property and commercial law, real
property and the legal profession.
Final year: Private international law
A and seven elective units of study.

B Arts/ This five-year combined degree Refer to B Arts and B Social Work. Assumed knowledge Aged care worker, children
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B Social Work offers a comprehensive and flexible You will choose a major from the Refer to B Arts. and families support
study pathway that will qualify you B Arts, and a second major or a For Social Work: worker, community worker
5 years full time as an accredited social worker, while minor either from those options or in programs for people
depends on the
Dalyell by also allowing you to enhance your the shared pool. subjects chosen. with disabilities, migrant
invitation qualification with majors and minors Social work includes a professional and refugee liaison officer,
that complement the Bachelor two-year program that covers international development
of Social Work, such as sociology research skills, social policy and worker, social policy
and social policy, gender studies social work. adviser.
or philosophy, offered through Professional recognition
the Bachelor of Arts. You’ll also Australian Association of
have access to the Open Learning Social Workers
Environment and the shared pool of
majors, minors and electives.
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knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Arts/ This double degree gives you the Refer to B Arts and the course Assumed knowledge General practitioner
D Medicine† opportunity to study arts and website: sydney.edu.au/courses Refer to B Arts. or specialist,
social sciences before undertaking You will choose a major from the ∆ See note below surgeon, researcher,
7 years full time medicine. pharmaceutical industry,
options available in the B Arts, and
Dalyell by School leavers who have achieved either a second major or a minor forensic anthropologist,
invitation exceptional results can commence from these options or the shared government policy officer,
a three-year undergraduate arts pool. medical journalist, aid
degree and follow on with the worker, management
During the B Arts you will complete consultancy, teaching,
four-year graduate-entry Doctor of foundational knowledge units for
Medicine (MD). medical administration,
medicine plus a zero-credit-point medical communication
With a deeper understanding of the subject in medicine.
fundamentals that underpin the In the Doctor of Medicine
health profession combined with your component practical experience –
study of arts and social sciences, you including contact with patients and
will be better prepared for any career observation of the physical aspects
in medicine, from specialisation to of disease – commences in the first
research and teaching. You’ll also year and continues to the final year.
have access to the Open Learning
Environment and the shared pool of Dalyell Scholars will complete
majors, minors and electives. 12 credit points of distinctive
Dalyell units designed to cultivate
high-level graduate attributes.
You will also have access to a
suite of additional enrichment
opportunities.

B Arts/ Make a lasting difference. This Refer to B Arts. You will choose a Assumed knowledge Registered nurse in a
M Nursingф double degree develops analytical major from the B Arts and either Refer to B Arts range of healthcare
and critical capabilities alongside a minor or electives from those settings and highly
4 years full time the skills and expertise you will need available in the B Arts or the shared employable in a range
Dalyell by to become a registered nurse. It pool. You’ll also have access to the of non‑clinical settings,
invitation opens up a wide range of career Open Learning Environment. including government,
opportunities across both clinical and Focus areas for Nursing: acute care, non-government
non-clinical settings. aged care, chronic illness, clinical organisations, business,
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practice, Indigenous health, mental education and research


healthcare and management,
pharmacology, physiology,
professional practice, social and
health

B Commerce Your global business journey starts Choose one major from the faculty Assumed knowledge Accountant, business
here. Our Bachelor of Commerce options below and a second Mathematics or analyst, corporate/
3 years full time
offers a wide variety of subject major or a minor either from equivalent. Other government relations
Dalyell by options, immersive learning these options or from the shared assumed knowledge officer, economist,
invitation experiences and a strong commercial pool: accounting, banking (major depends on the entrepreneur, enterprise
grounding in business. Take advantage only), business analytics, business first-year subjects architect, financial dealer
of our international exchange and information systems, business law, selected. and broker, human
industry placement opportunities finance (major only), industrial ∆ See note below resources specialist,
and tailor your degree to launch your relations and human resource international business
career in virtually any field, anywhere management, international consultant, investment
in the world. You'll also have access business, management, marketing, banker, management
to the Open Learning Environment to professional accounting (program). consultant, marketing
broaden your skills and explore other executive, policy adviser,
areas of study. project manager

B Commerce/ Your global business journey Choose one major from the Assumed knowledge Accountant, business
B Advanced starts here. Our new Bachelor of options below and a second major Mathematics or analyst, corporate/
Studies Commerce/Bachelor of Advanced from these options or the shared equivalent. Other government relations
Studies combined degree allows you pool: accounting, banking (major assumed knowledge officer, economist,
4 years full time to explore your interest in business only), business analytics, business depends on the entrepreneur, enterprise
alongside study in other disciplines information systems, business law, first-year subjects architect, financial dealer
– from mathematics to music – and finance (major only), industrial selected. and broker, human
tailor your studies for a career in relations and human resource ∆ See note below resources specialist,
a specialised industry. You'll also management, international international business
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have access to the Open Learning business, management, marketing, consultant, investment
Environment to broaden your skills professional accounting (program). banker, management
and explore other areas of study. In consultant, marketing
the fourth year you will undertake executive
advanced coursework and either
a substantial real-world industry,
community, entrepreneurship or
research project or an honours
project.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Commerce/ Lead the next generation of business Refer to B Commerce/B Advanced Assumed knowledge Accountant, business
B Advanced and innovation. Studies. As a Dalyell Scholar you Mathematics or analyst, compliance
Studies (Dalyell Designed for high-achieving students, will also complete 12 credit points equivalent. Other officer, corporate/
the Dalyell stream of the new of distinctive Dalyell units. These assumed knowledge government relations
Scholars) units will be complemented by depends on the officer, data analyst,
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of
4 years full time
Advanced Studies cultivates high-level enrichment opportunities that first-year subjects economist, entrepreneur,
Dalyell by graduate attributes through greater you can tailor to your needs. selected. enterprise architect,
depth and breadth of learning. You They include accelerated study ∆ See note below financial dealer and
application
will enrol in exclusive Dalyell units and options, additional senior level broker, human resources
have access to a suite of enrichment units of study from outside your specialist, international
opportunities as well as the Open primary discipline, mentoring and business strategist,
Learning Environment. In the fourth professional skill development, and investment banker,
year you will undertake advanced a global mobility experience. logistics and distribution
coursework and either a substantial manager, management
real-world industry, community, consultant, marketing
entrepreneurship or research project executive, market
or an honours project. research analyst, project
manager, risk manager

B Commerce/ Pursue your interests in business and Refer to B Commerce. Assumed knowledge Refer to B Commerce.
B Laws law through our combined degree Units of study for Law: First year: Mathematics or For law: solicitor, barrister,
program and graduate with a degree Foundations of law, legal research I, equivalent. Other magistrate, judge. Non-
5 years full time that will open doors to excellent assumed knowledge
torts. Second year: Civil and criminal legal: diplomacy, foreign
Dalyell by career prospects in both fields. You procedure, contracts, criminal law. depends on the affairs, human rights,
invitation will develop foundational knowledge Third year: Torts and contracts II, first-year subjects international relations,
of law, with the commercial, technical legal research II, public international selected. investment banking,
and management skills to launch your law, public law. Fourth year: ∆ See note below journalism, management
career as a legal practitioner, or step Administrative law, corporations consultancy, public policy.
into the business world where a law For Law: None.
law, equity, evidence, federal
degree is highly regarded. You’ll also constitutional law, introduction to
have access to the Open Learning property and commercial law, real

Undergraduate courses
Environment and electives from the property and the legal profession.
shared pool. Final year: Private international law
A and seven elective units of study.

B Design From websites and mobile apps to Core areas of study include app Assumed knowledge Interaction designer, user
Computing internet-of-things products and design, creative technology, design Mathematics or experience designer,
immersive environments, you will be thinking, graphic design, information equivalent. creative technologist,
3 years full time at the leading edge of today’s user architecture, physical computing, web designer, digital
experience (UX) design world when sound design, user experience and production, product
you study with us. As a graduate your user-centred design. Core studies designer
skills in design thinking coupled with are in digital design, interaction
technical skills, including code, will design, information visualisation
make you highly sought after by a design and human computer
range of employers. experience. Related units may be
taken from arts and social sciences,
business, engineering, information
technology, music and visual arts.

B Design From websites and mobile apps to Core areas of study include app Assumed knowledge Interaction designer, user-
Computing/ internet-of-things products and design, creative technology, design Mathematics or experience (UX) designer,
B Advanced immersive environments, you will be thinking, graphic design, information equivalent. creative director,
at the leading edge of today’s user architecture, physical computing, business development,
Studies experience (UX) design world when sound design, user experience and marketing consultant,
4 years full time you study with us. As a graduate, your user-centred design. Core studies communications adviser,
Dalyell by skills in design thinking coupled with are in digital design, interaction project manager, design
technical skills, including code, will design, information visualisation manager, web and
invitation make you highly sought after by a design and human computer multimedia designer,
range of employers. experience. You will also take a multimedia strategist,
During this degree you will combine major from the shared pool and creative technologist
studies from a range of disciplines complete a research, community,
in the shared pool, undertake industry or entrepreneurship
advanced coursework, and get project in your fourth year.
involved in cross-disciplinary
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entrepreneurial project work.
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knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Design in The Bachelor of Design in Core areas of study include Assumed knowledge Architect, architectural
Architecture Architecture is offered by the architectural design, architectural English Advanced technologist, interior and
University of Sydney School of history and theory, architectural and Mathematics or spacial designer, urban
3 years full time Architecture, Design and Planning, technologies, architecture equivalent. designer, project manager,
ranked first in Sydney and in the top workshops, environment and property developer
15 in the world for Architecture/Built sustainability, professional practice
Environment (QS World University and architectural communications.
Rankings by Subject 2017). This degree You will have the option of choosing
introduces you to the rewarding to specialise in one of three
profession of architecture and is your streams: allied arts in architecture,
first step to becoming a registered urban design and planning, or
architect. digital architecture. You can also
take electives from the University
of Sydney School of Architecture,
Design and Planning as well as from
other faculties and schools.

B Design in If you are passionate about learning Core areas of study include Assumed knowledge Architect, design manager,
Architecture and aspire to be a groundbreaking architectural design, history and English Advanced academic
(Honours)/ thinker in the practice of theory, technologies, architecture and Mathematics or
architecture, this limited-intake, workshops, environment and equivalent.
M five-year double degree is a fast track sustainability, professional practice
Architectureф to achieving your goals. and architectural communications.
5 years full time It combines the undergraduate You will have the option of choosing
Bachelor of Design in Architecture to specialise in one of three
with the postgraduate Master of streams: allied arts in architecture,
Architecture. You will also attain urban design and planning, or
undergraduate honours, which digital architecture. You can also
otherwise requires an additional full take electives from the University
year of study. of Sydney School of Architecture,
Design and Planning as well as from
other faculties and schools.
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B Economics The Bachelor of Economics You will choose one major from Assumed knowledge Accountant, banker,
introduces you to a diverse, the options below and either a Mathematics or business consultant,
3 years full time
fascinating discipline that addresses second major or a minor from equivalent. business information
Dalyell by a range of big issues in modern life these options, those offered by ∆ See note below systems analyst, economic
invitation and plays a central role in shaping the University of Sydney Business analyst, economist,
the broad framework of society at School (see B Commerce on page financial manager, human
every level. It provides undergraduate 66) or from the shared pool: resource manager,
training in theoretical and applied Economics, econometrics, financial industrial relations
aspects of modern economics, economics, agricultural and specialist, researcher,
econometrics and financial resource economics. social policy adviser.
economics. Although primarily It will equip you with key
interested in explaining the behaviour You’ll also complete units from the
Open Learning Environment. capabilities to develop
of individuals, economics also economic and social
addresses the collective behaviour policy and to work in
of businesses and industries, fields such as business,
governments and countries, and banking, financial markets
the globe as a whole. Economics is and consulting in both the
crucial to understanding and solving private and public sectors.
the major problems and challenges
the world faces today, such as global
warming, poverty, development, and
recession.

B Economics/ This combined degree will give you a You will choose one major from Assumed knowledge Accountant, banker,
B Advanced comprehensive understanding of the the options below and a second Mathematics or business consultant,
Studies economy, business and government, major from these options, those equivalent. business information
and the high-level technical skills offered by the University of Sydney ∆ See note below systems analyst, economic
4 years full time to analyse economic and social Business School (see B Commerce analyst, economist,
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Dalyell by data and events. A program in on page 66) or from the shared financial manager,
invitation economics gives you an excellent pool: economics, econometrics, government or NGO
grounding in economic theory and financial economics, agricultural worker, human resource
statistics, creating a study profile that and resource economics. manager, industrial
reflects your expertise in a range of In your final year, you will also relations specialist,
disciplines. undertake advanced coursework researcher, social policy
High-achieving students will have and either an honours project or a adviser
the opportunity to complete the substantial research, community,
highly regarded honours pathway industry or entrepreneurship
in economics. Honours is central project that builds on the skills
to the strength of economics at and knowledge developed in the
the University of Sydney, providing Bachelor of Economics. You’ll also
expert training in applied economics, take units from the Open Learning
economic theory and econometrics. Environment.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Economics Are you ready for the opportunity of Refer to B Economics for University Assumed knowledge Accountant, banker,
(Dual Degree, a lifetime? Travel abroad, immerse of Sydney based-majors. For further Mathematics or business consultant,
Sciences Po, yourself in the French culture, learn information on studies in France, equivalent. business information
a new language and complete a dual including units of study, please ∆ See note below systems analyst, economic
France)** degree with a social science focus, refer to sydney.edu.au/arts/ analyst, economist,
2+2 years full time all at the same time. international/years_1_2.shtml financial manager, human
This four-year dual degree enables resource manager,
you to work towards both a Bachelor industrial relations
of Arts degree at Sciences Po in specialist, researcher,
France for the first two years, and a social policy adviser
Bachelor of Economics degree at the
University of Sydney in the remaining
two years.

B Economics/ Discover where economics and law Refer to B Economics. Assumed knowledge Refer to B Economics.
B Laws collide with this versatile combined Units of study for law: First year: Mathematics or For Law: solicitor,
degree combination. Choose from foundations of law, legal research I, equivalent. barrister, magistrate,
5 years full time a career in business, finance or the torts. Second year: civil and criminal ∆ See note below judge. Non-legal:
Dalyell by law and experience how your double procedure, contracts, criminal law. diplomacy, foreign
degree enhances your knowledge, For Law: None.
invitation Third year: torts and contracts II, affairs, human rights,
expertise and learning capacity. legal research II, public international international relations,
Specialised career fields include law, public law. Fourth year: investment banking,
compliance, securities regulation administrative law, corporations journalism, management
and economic analysis. As part of law, equity, evidence, federal consultancy, public policy
this degree, you’ll have access to constitutional law, introduction to
the Open Learning Environment and property and commercial law, real
electives from the shared pool. property and the legal profession.
Final year: private international law
A and seven elective units of study.

B Education The Bachelor of Education (Early You will study specialist units in Assumed knowledge Teaching in a range of

Undergraduate courses
(Early Childhood) will give you a professional early childhood education and Depends on the units early learning centres
Childhood) qualification to teach children (birth-5 development, complemented of study chosen. and preschools (birth–5
years) in early childhood education by generalist units in education years). Qualified early
4 years full time settings. Our innovative four-year and professional studies, as well childhood teachers are
degree incorporates introductory as elective units of study in the in high demand and early
and advanced curriculum units, a sciences, social sciences and childhood education
strong social justice and leadership humanities offered by the Faculty of is a high priority for
focus, placement experiences in Arts and Social Sciences, the Faculty both federal and state
early childhood settings that exceed of Science, and the University of governments in Australia.
minimum requirements, scope to Sydney Business School. This qualification is not
develop and apply research skills in suitable for teachers
an honours strand, and opportunities seeking employment in
to develop strong practical and the Kindergarten to Year 6
research skills. school sector.
Professional recognition
Australian Children’s
Education and Care
Quality Authority
(ACECQA).

B Education This degree will give you a You need to select two teaching Prerequisite Teaching in secondary
(Health and professional qualification to teach areas: the first will be health and The NSW Education schools or careers in
Physical in secondary schools in the area of physical education. Second teaching Standards Authority corporate training and
personal development, health and areas may include: Aboriginal (NESA) requires human resource settings,
Education)^ physical education (PDHPE), along studies, biology, business studies, Band 5 in three community health,
4 years full time with a second teaching area of chemistry, commerce, drama, HSC subjects (or coaching, recreation and
specialisation. If you are passionate economics, English, geography, equivalent) one sport
about health, sport and the science history (ancient and modern), of which needs to Professional recognition
of movement, this is the perfect languages and mathematics. be English (English NSW Education
course for you. It offers a range of Professional experience placements Standard or English Standards Authority,
unique experiences, including the (totalling 80 days) begin in the first Advanced). NSW Department of
opportunity to specialise in PDHPE. year of the course and progressively Other applicants Education, Association of
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Service learning and community increase until the final placement, may be admitted Independent Schools of
engagement are key features of this when you will be competent to through an approved NSW, Catholic Education
degree. You will be given service teach under minimal supervision. comparable measure. Office.
learning opportunities and work with
educational, health and sporting
organisations. Totalling 140 hours,
this will supplement your professional
experience placement in schools.
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knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Education Inspire the next generation and gain a Throughout this degree you will Recommended Teacher, corporate
(Primary)^ professional qualification to teach in take generalist units of study in studies trainer and development
a primary school with children aged education and professional studies, For mathematics manager, curriculum
4 years full time 5-12 years. along with units of study offered specialisation: consultant, educational
Gain extensive experience at schools by the Faculty of Arts and Social Mathematics or administrator, educational
during this four-year degree, with Sciences, the Faculty of Science, equivalent. researcher, government
school placements commencing and the University of Sydney ∆ See note below policy adviser
in your first year. These begin with Business School. Students who Professional recognition
demonstrate high achievement in Prerequisite
observing and interacting with small The NSW Education NSW Education
groups of primary school students, mathematics through secondary Standards Authority,
school or the first-year mathematics Standards Authority
and later expand to include patterns (NESA) requires NSW Department
of classroom interaction, teacher- content may also elect to undertake of Education and
a specialisation study pathway in Band 5 in three
developed curriculum materials and HSC subjects (or Communities, Association
whole-school activities. mathematics. of Independent Schools of
equivalent), one
When you undertake professional This degree covers all the key of which needs to NSW, Catholic Education
experience in fourth year, you will learning areas (primary subject be English (English Office.
be fully competent to teach without areas), with special attention to Standard or English
close supervision. the mandatory areas of Aboriginal Advanced).
education, teaching English to
speakers of other languages (TESOL) Other applicants
and special education. may be admitted
through an approved
comparable measure.

B Education This five-year combined degree will You will take core units of study Assumed knowledge Teacher in areas including
(Secondary: give you a professional qualification in education, along with intensive Refer to B Arts English, drama, history,
Humanities to teach in secondary schools in study and professional experience mathematics, TESOL,
the areas of humanities and social in teaching areas. geography, economics
and Social sciences. You will gain a strong and languages, corporate
Sciences)/ You need to select two teaching
practical and theoretical preparation areas, and these may include: trainer and development
B Arts for teaching. Aboriginal studies, business studies/ manager, curriculum
5 years full time The course covers professional commerce, drama, economics/ consultant, educational
teaching, special education, commerce, English, geography, administrator, educational
Dalyell by researcher, government
international education, and history, languages, mathematics
invitation policy adviser, human
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technology. School observations of other languages (TESOL). A resource manager
and practice teaching are integral major needs to be taken in your Professional recognition
components of the professional primary teaching area, alongside NSW Education
experiences in this degree. further study in a second teaching Standards Authority,
Professional teaching experiences area. Business studies, geography, NSW Department
and internships are offered in mathematics or TESOL may be taken of Education and
partnership with participating as a second teaching area only. A Communities, Association
schools and will provide you with the third teaching area may be taken in of Independent Schools of
opportunity to develop your teaching TESOL or Aboriginal studies. NSW, Catholic Education
skills and professional understanding Office.
of how to work in schools.

B Education This five-year combined degree will You will take core units of study in Assumed knowledge Secondary teacher
(Secondary: give you a professional qualification education along with intensive study Mathematics or in areas including
Mathematics)/ to teach in secondary schools in and professional experience in Mathematics biology, chemistry,
mathematics or science. teaching areas. Extension 1 or physics, geography and
B Science equivalent. Other mathematics, secondary
You will acquire a strong practical A major must be taken in
5 years full time assumed knowledge school leadership roles,
and theoretical preparation for mathematics. A second teaching
Dalyell by teaching. The course covers area can be taken in one of the depends on the areas policy development,
professional teaching, special following: biology, chemistry, or units studied. corporate training or
invitation development.
education, international education, geography, physics. ∆ See note below
and information and communications Graduates intending to teach Professional recognition
technology. School observation science at a secondary level need to The NSW Education
and practice teaching are integral complete at least one year of study Standards Authority,
components of the professional in chemistry or physics during their NSW Department
experiences in this degree. This degree. of Education and
professional experience is offered Communities, Association
in partnership with participating of Independent Schools of
The University of Sydney

schools and will provide you with the NSW, Catholic Education
opportunity to develop your teaching Office.
skills and professional understanding.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Education This five-year combined degree will You will take core units of study Assumed knowledge Secondary teacher
(Secondary: give you a professional qualification to in education, along with intensive For B Science: in areas including
Science)/ teach science in secondary schools. study and professional experience Mathematics mathematics, biology,
You will acquire a strong practical in teaching areas. or Mathematics chemistry, physics and
B Science Extension 1 or geography, secondary
and theoretical preparation for Two teaching areas are selected
5 years full time equivalent. Other school leadership roles,
teaching. The course covers from the following: biology,
Dalyell by professional teaching, special chemistry, geography, mathematics, assumed knowledge policy development,
education, international education, physics. A major must be taken in a depends on the areas corporate training or
invitation or units studied. development.
and information and communications science teaching area.
technology. School observation Graduates intending to teach ∆ See note below Professional recognition
and practice teaching are integral science at a secondary level need The NSW Education
components of the professional to complete at least 12 credit points Standards Authority,
experience in this degree. of study in both mathematics and NSW Department
This professional experience chemistry or physics during their of Education and
is offered in partnership with degree. Communities, Association
participating schools and will provide of Independent Schools of
you with the opportunity to develop NSW, Catholic Education
your teaching skills and professional Office..
understanding.

B Engineering Lead the next wave of engineering In addition to your chosen Assumed knowledge Along with career options
Honours and information technology engineering stream, as a Dalyell Refer to the relevant from your chosen stream,
(Dalyell innovation. Replacing the previous Scholar, you will complete engineering stream. the valuable insights you
Advanced Engineering stream, the distinctive Dalyell units and have ∆ See note below gain through your studies
Scholars) Dalyell Scholars stream is open to access to enrichment opportunities as a Dalyell Scholar will set
4 years full time engineering, advanced computing and that you can tailor to your needs. you apart from your peers
project management students who This includes accelerated study and open up a range of
demonstrate outstanding academic options, additional senior level opportunities across the
Dalyell by ability. public and private sectors,
units of study from outside your
application You will develop leadership and primary discipline, mentoring and including in business,
banking, consulting,

Undergraduate courses
management expertise through a professional skill development, and
suite of enrichment opportunities, a global mobility experience. entrepreneurship and
including specialised internships, project management
distinctive units of study and paired
mentoring with leaders in your chosen
field.

B Engineering Design and operate the aircraft There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Design research and
Honours of tomorrow. The Bachelor of majors to choose from in this Mathematics certification in the
(Aeronautical) Engineering Honours (Aeronautical) stream. In addition, the faculty Extension 1 and airline/aerospace
develops a comprehensive offers a major in space engineering Physics or equivalent. industry, general
4 years full time understanding of the design process to high-achieving students with an engineering positions,
and operation of aircraft within the ATAR of 99 (or equivalent) or above. and manufacturing and
Earth’s atmosphere and in space. assembly
By combining practical learning and
industry experience, this degree
will equip you for the aerospace
industry’s next evolution.

B Engineering Lead the revolution in life-saving There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Clinical support specialist,
Honours medical technology. The Bachelor majors to choose from in this Mathematics instrumentation engineer,
(Biomedical) of Engineering Honours (Biomedical) stream. The majors that best align Extension 1, Physics medical device assessor,
develops a comprehensive knowledge with this stream are chemical and/or Chemistry or patent examiner and field
4 years full time of all aspects of biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, equivalent. service engineer.
engineering. humanitarian engineering, ∆ See note below Biomedical engineers
By combining multidisciplinary information technology, mechanical design and manufacture
engineering and mechatronic Recommended
learning with collaborative projects studies implantable and external
and industry experience, you engineering. medical devices,
Biology or equivalent.
will develop the knowledge and including orthopaedic,
experiences to launch your career cardiovascular and other
in this rapidly growing branch of electronic and surgical
engineering. equipment.
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B Engineering Lead positive change and improve There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge All sectors of the process
Honours lives. The Bachelor of Engineering majors to choose from in this Mathematics industries, from primary
(Chemical and Honours (Chemical and Biomolecular) stream. In 2019 two new majors Extension 1 and resource industries
will enable you to develop creative that best align with this stream Chemistry or through to fine chemicals
Biomolecular) solutions throughout the chemical will commence: water and equivalent. and sophisticated
4 years full time and environmental engineering fields. environmental treatment processes, manufacturing
∆ See note below
By combining collaborative learning and process intensification.
and research with first-hand industry
experience, you will be positioned
to revolutionise society’s processes
and address pressing environmental
challenges.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Engineering Take a lead role in designing There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Aid worker, airport and
Honours (Civil) and transforming your world. majors to choose from in this Mathematics harbour authorities,
Through practical and industry stream. The majors that best Extension 1 and banks, construction
4 years full time experiences, this degree develops the align with it are construction Physics or equivalent. and mining companies,
comprehensive ability to plan, design management, environmental ∆ See note below engineering and
and test structures within the built engineering, geotechnical infrastructure consultants,
and natural environments. engineering, humanitarian humanitarian architect,
A suite of embedded professional engineering, structures and town planner, project
skill development activities will equip transport engineering. management and public
you to contribute to infrastructure works, sustainability
that improves lives in Australia and specialist
worldwide.

B Engineering Create a brighter future. The Bachelor There are more than 15 Assumed knowledge Grid maintenance and
Honours of Engineering Honours (Electrical) engineering majors to choose Mathematics stability contractor,
(Electrical) will develop your ability to design and from in this stream. The majors Extension 1 and industry power supply
build the systems and machines that that best align with it are Physics or equivalent. engineer, power
4 years full time generate, transmit, measure, control computer engineering, internet transmission and
∆ See note below
and use electrical energy. of things, power engineering and generating systems
It will position you to tackle the telecommunications engineering. engineering, specialised
world’s biggest challenges in health, consulting companies and
education and the environment. telecommunications

B Engineering Discover where your strengths lie. Students commencing their studies Assumed knowledge Refer to individual
Honours The Bachelor of Engineering Honours in Flexible First Year will have the Mathematics engineering streams for
(Flexible First (Flexible First Year) allows you to opportunity to pursue a major once Extension 1, Physics examples.
commence your studies with core they have transferred to a stream. and/or Chemistry or
Year) subjects and then transfer into your There are more than 15 engineering equivalent.
4 years full time engineering stream of choice at the majors to choose from. You can ∆ See note below
end of your first semester or first find information about which
year. You will still complete your majors align best with the different
engineering degree in the normal time engineering streams under the
(four years). individual stream information.
sydney.edu.au

B Engineering Design the machines that will There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Automated facilities,
Honours engineer our future. The Bachelor of majors to choose from in this Mathematics automatic control
(Mechanical) Engineering Honours (Mechanical) stream. The majors that best Extension 1 and systems, biomedical
will develop your ability to design, align with it are environmental Physics or equivalent. implant design, building
4 years full time manage and maintain a diverse range engineering, materials and space industry, design of
∆ See note below
of mechanical applications. engineering. automotive, undersea
Through practical learning and exploration and space
industry experiences, you will vehicles, environmental
be ready to transform the use of pollution control,
machines across a range of innovative manufacturing industry,
and emerging industries. and mineral exploration

B Engineering Lead the next generation of machine There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Automatic control
Honours design. The Bachelor of Engineering majors to choose from. The faculty Mathematics systems, product design
(Mechatronic) Honours (Mechatronic) combines offers a major in space engineering Extension 1 and and development,
mechanical, electronic and software to high‑achieving students. If you Physics or equivalent. robotics and automation
4 years full time engineering to enable you to create have an ATAR of 99 (or equivalent) for advanced
∆ See note below
computer-controlled machines and or above, you may also apply for the manufacturing, and
consumer products. space engineering major. software design and
Our degree in mechatronic development for real‑time
engineering is underpinned by computer systems
industry experience and management
training that could see you designing
the smart systems of the future.

B Engineering Create the software and games of There are more than 15 engineering Assumed knowledge Artificial intelligence,
Honours tomorrow. Through the Bachelor of majors to choose from. The Mathematics control systems, database
(Software) Engineering Honours (Software) you majors that best align with this Extension 1 and management, information
will learn first hand how to design and stream are computer engineering, Physics or equivalent. technology, internet
The University of Sydney

4 years full time develop computer games, business power engineering, and programming, language
∆ See note below
applications, operating systems and telecommunications engineering. compliers, multimedia
network control systems. Combining and telecommunication
technical knowledge with industry software systems,
experience, you will be ready to real‑time software
transform the digital world. engineering and reliable
biomedical systems

B Engineering Revolutionise the next generation The Space major is available in Assumed knowledge Along with career options
Honours of space exploration. An innovative aeronautical, mechanical and Mathematics from your chosen stream,
with space program, the space engineering major mechatronic streams - refer to Extension 1 and you can apply your
covers all space-related activities, the relevant stream. The major in Physics or equivalent. specialised knowledge of
engineering from ground operations to the design space engineering covers studies the space environment to
major ∆ See note below
and construction of orbital bodies in aerospace systems, electronic careers in the aerospace,
4 years full time and explorative spacecraft. devices and circuits, orbital defence, environmental
You will learn to tackle nature’s most mechanics, space vehicle design and research sectors.
Dalyell by and systems engineering.
invitation unforgiving environment in a dynamic
and continually evolving industry.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Engineering This combined degree allows you In addition to the relevant B Assumed knowledge Refer to relevant
Honours/ to study engineering while pursuing Engineering Honours stream Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Arts your interests in the humanities, requirements, you will take a major Extension 1 and, stream and B Arts
social sciences or languages. You from B Arts. You may take a minor or either Physics or
5 years full time can combine any of the Bachelor electives from the shared pool. Chemistry, depending
Dalyell by of Engineering Honours streams on the Engineering
invitation with a Bachelor of Arts, where stream. Refer to the
you will access the Open Learning relevant stream.
Environment and the shared pool of ∆ See note below
majors, minors and electives.

B Engineering This combined degree is designed to In addition to the relevant B Assumed knowledge Refer to relevant
Honours/ extend the management component Engineering Honours stream Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Commerce of the Bachelor of Engineering requirements, you will take a major Extension 1 and, stream and B Commerce
Honours. You can combine any of the from B Commerce. You may also either Physics or
5 years full time engineering streams with a Bachelor take a minor or electives from the Chemistry, depending
Dalyell by of Commerce, where you will access shared pool . on the engineering
invitation the Open Learning Environment and stream. Refer to the
the shared pool of majors, minors and relevant stream.
electives. ∆ See note below

B Engineering Design unique and innovative Refer to B Engineering Honours Assumed knowledge Aid worker, airport and
Honours infrastructure. In the Bachelor of (Civil) and B Design in Architecture. Mathematics harbour authorities,
(Civil)/B Design Engineering Honours (Civil) and Extension 1 and architecture, architectural
Bachelor of Design in Architecture Physics or equivalent. technology, banks,
in Architecture combined degree you will learn to construction and mining
∆ See note below
5 years full time analyse the forces within a structure companies, engineering
and to design its skeleton to support For Architecture: and infrastructure
Dalyell by English (Advanced) or
these forces, complemented by the consultants, humanitarian
invitation conceptual and aesthetic essentials equivalent. architect, interior and
of the design process. spacial design, municipal

Undergraduate courses
councils, project
management, property
development, public
works and urban design,
sustainability specialist

B Engineering This six-year combined degree will Refer to the relevant B Engineering Assumed knowledge Refer to the relevant
Honours/ provide an excellent foundation for Honours stream. Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Laws a career in law or engineering. Your Units of study for Law: First year: Extension 1 and, stream.
engineering studies will emphasise foundations of law, legal research I, either Physics or For Law: solicitor,
6 years full time the practical aspects of science, torts. Second year: civil and criminal Chemistry, depending barrister, magistrate,
Dalyell by while your law studies will focus on procedure, contracts, criminal law. on the engineering judge. Non-legal:
invitation the interpretation and application of Third year: torts and contracts II, stream. Refer to the diplomacy, foreign
the legal system. You can combine legal research II, public international relevant stream. affairs, human rights,
any of the engineering streams with a law, public law. Fourth year: ∆ See note below international relations,
Bachelor of Laws. administrative law, corporations investment banking,
For Law: None.
law, equity, evidence, federal journalism, management
constitutional law, introduction to consultancy, public policy
property and commercial law, real
property and the legal profession.
Final year: private international law
A and seven elective units of study

B Engineering In this combined degree you will Refer to the relevant B Engineering Assumed knowledge Refer to the relevant
Honours/ develop technical expertise in your Honours stream and B Project Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Project chosen engineering stream and Management. Extension 1 and, stream and B Project
complementary project management either Physics or Management
Management skills. Along with engineering, you Chemistry, depending
5 years full time will study core project management on the engineering
Dalyell by subjects including project finance, stream. Refer to the
complex project coordination, relevant stream.
invitation analytics, risk management, ∆ See note below
organisational behaviour and
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psychology. You can combine any


engineering stream with a Bachelor of
Project Management.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Engineering This combined degree emphasises In addition to the relevant B Assumed knowledge Refer to the relevant
Honours/ the strong scientific foundations Engineering Honours stream Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Science of engineering. It will expand your requirements, you will take a major Extension 1 and, stream and B Science
career options by giving you two from B Science. You may also take a either Physics or
5 years full time qualifications with just one extra year minor or electives from the shared Chemistry, depending
Dalyell by of study. pool. on the Engineering
invitation In addition to your engineering stream. Refer to the
stream, you will complete a major relevant stream.
in science. You can combine any Other assumed
engineering stream with a Bachelor knowledge depends
of Science, where you will access the on the science
Open Learning Environment and the programs or areas
shared pool of majors, minors and studied.
electives. ∆ See note below

B Engineering This combined degree enables Refer to the relevant B Engineering Assumed knowledge Refer to the relevant
Honours/ you to gain technical expertise in Honours stream and B Science Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Science your chosen engineering stream (Health). Extension 1, Physics stream and B Science
and complementary knowledge in and/or Chemistry (Health)
(Health) health and healthcare provision. or equivalent. Other
5 years full time Along with engineering, you will gain assumed knowledge
Dalyell by a thorough grounding in health and depends on the
health systems at local, national and science programs or
invitation global levels. The degree will open up areas studied
career opportunities across a range ∆ See note below
of diverse and innovative industries.
You can combine any engineering
stream with a Bachelor of Science
(Health), where you will access the
Open Learning Environment and the
shared pool of majors and minors and
electives.

B Engineering This five-year combined degree links Refer to the relevant B Engineering Assumed knowledge Refer to the relevant
sydney.edu.au

Honours/ the core elements of engineering and Honours stream and B Science Mathematics B Engineering Honours
B Science medical science. The technology- (Medical Science). Extension 1, stream and B Science
based engineering skills you Chemistry, and either (Medical Science)
(Medical develop during your studies will be Biology or Physics or
Science) complemented by skills in medical equivalent.
5 years full time sciences. It forms an ideal base for ∆ See note below
postgraduate research or graduate
Dalyell by studies in medicine or dentistry. You
invitation can combine any engineering stream
with a Bachelor of Science (Medical
Science), where you will access the
Open Learning Environment and the
shared pool of majors, minors and
electives.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Liberal Arts With its flexibility and huge choice Arts majors include: agricultural Assumed knowledge Science media adviser,
and Science of majors, the Bachelor of Liberal and resource economics; American Depends on the science historian, science
Arts and Science provides you with a studies; ancient Greek; ancient subject areas chosen documentary maker,
3 years full time background in both the humanities history; anthropology; Arabic algebraic geometrist,
and the sciences, and gives you useful language and cultures; archaeology; theoretical chemist,
skills that will make you highly valued art history; Asian studies; biblical mammalian ecologist,
by potential employers in jobs across studies and classical Hebrew; human resources manager
the market. Chinese studies; cultural studies;
From writing and presenting to digital cultures; economics;
thinking ethically and critically, this economic policy; English; European
degree is your preparation for life studies; film studies; French and
beyond the classroom. francophone studies; gender
studies; Germanic studies; Hebrew
(modern); history; Indigenous
studies; Indonesian studies;
international comparative literary
studies; international relations;
Italian studies; Japanese studies;
Jewish civilisation, thought and
culture; Korean studies; Latin;
linguistics; modern Greek studies;
music; philosophy; political
economy; politics; socio-legal
studies; sociology; Spanish and Latin
American studies; studies in religion;
theatre and performance studies.
Science majors include:
anatomy and histology; applied
medical science; biochemistry,
bioinformatics; biology; cell
pathology; chemistry; computer

Undergraduate courses
science; environmental studies;
financial mathematics and statistics;
geography; geology and geophysics;
history and philosophy of science;
immunobiology; information
systems; marine science;
mathematics; medicinal chemistry;
microbiology; molecular biology
and genetics; nanoscience and
technology; neuroscience; nutrition
and metabolism; pharmacology;
physics; physiology; plant science;
psychology; soil science; statistics.

B Music The four-year Bachelor of Music You will choose from the following Assumed knowledge These depend on the
degree is designed for students programs: contemporary music Music 1 or equivalent. areas of study and
4 years full time
who want to build their experience practice; creative music; digital could include: arts
of current approaches to music, in music and media; improvised music; administrator, music
terms of creating and understanding or choose a musicology major. You producer, singer/
music and its place in society. This may also take an optional major or songwriter, contemporary
degree enables you to develop as a electives from the shared pool. musician, festival or venue
musician through the acquisition of an manager, composer,
integrated body of knowledge, skills music arranger, sound
and ways of thinking about music. installation designer,
It also allows you to undertake a interactive music
second major in either another music designer, jazz musician,
discipline, or other units of study from music journalist, music
across the University through the researcher, event
shared pool of majors. producer.

B Music Creating new music is a vital part of You will have the opportunity Assumed knowledge Composer, contemporary
(Composition) studies at the Sydney Conservatorium to study in both traditional and Music 1 or 2 or musician, concert
of Music. Our composition and electroacoustic composition equivalent. entrepreneur, music
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4 years full time music technology staff are some of areas, including computer music, teacher
Australia’s most gifted and widely digital music and sound art. Core
recognised composers, working studies are taken in analysis,
across instrumental and vocal to composer performance workshop,
electronic and electroacoustic music. composition through improvisation,
You will learn all facets of musical history and culture, and music
composition and be encouraged to skills (aural perception, harmony
specialise and create more ambitious and analysis, music technology
work, with many opportunities to hear and sound recording).
your work performed.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Music (Music Music educators train the musicians Music education, plus instrument Assumed knowledge Classroom music teacher,
Education)^ of tomorrow. The Music Education or voice or academic study Music 2 or equivalent. private music teacher,
stream immerses students in the selected from brass, composition, Prerequisite conductor, orchestral
4 years full time Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s historical performance, jazz musician, chamber
The NSW Education
melting pot of performance, studies, musicology, organ, Standards Authority musician, concert soloist.
composition and teaching. While percussion, piano, strings, vocal (NESA) requires Professional recognition
preparing to become accredited studies, woodwind. Studies are also Band 5 in three The NSW Education
classroom teachers, our music undertaken in analysis, history and HSC subjects (or Standards Authority,
education students undertake a cultural studies, and music skills equivalent) one NSW Department
principal study in performance (aural perception, harmony and of which needs to of Education and
(jazz or classical), musicology or analysis). be English (English Communities, Association
composition. Standard or English of Independent Schools of
Advanced). NSW, Catholic Education
Other applicants Office.
may be admitted
through an approved
comparable measure.

B Music The internationally regarded Bachelor You will take an instrumental Assumed knowledge Concert soloist,
(Performance) of Music (Performance) at the Sydney (including jazz) or vocal (classical) Music 2 or equivalent. contemporary musician,
Conservatorium of Music produces principal study from brass, private music teacher,
4 years full time performers of the highest calibre. early music, jazz performance, orchestral musician,
Students will combine their chosen percussion, piano, strings, voice chamber musician,
principal study (instrument, classical (classical), woodwind. concert entrepreneur,
voice or jazz) with orchestral studies In addition, you will complete core arts manager
and chamber music, and core studies studies in music skills and analysis,
such as music skills, analysis, history, history, culture, performance,
culture and pedagogy. You will benefit ensemble studies and pedagogy.
from one-on-one tuition and make
use of the Conservatorium’s excellent
facilities.
There are also opportunities for
international tours with professional
orchestras, bands and ensembles.
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You will undergo a comprehensive


education on your chosen instrument,
designed to push your creative
and performative abilities to the
next level.

B Nursing Provide high-quality care and change Focus areas for nursing: acute care, Assumed knowledge Registered nurse with
(Advanced lives. The Bachelor of Nursing aged care, child and adolescent None a career in a range of
Studies) (Advanced Studies) develops a health, chronic illness, clinical healthcare settings,
comprehensive understanding of practice, Indigenous health, mental including emergency,
3 years full time professional nursing practice. healthcare and management, intensive care, mental
Combining practical learning with pharmacology, physiology, primary health, cancer and
extensive clinical placements, this healthcare, professional practice, palliative care, aged care,
degree will enable you to apply for social and health policy. child and adolescent
registration with the Nursing and health, international
Midwifery Board of Australia and health, education
launch your career in healthcare. and research
Professional recognition
Midwifery Board of
Australia

B Nursing Post This degree is offered to registered Nursing knowledge and practice, Admission to the Senior nursing and
Registration nurses in Singapore. You will further advanced clinical nursing program requires management roles within
(Singapore) your existing nursing knowledge assessment, clinical and patient current registration the health sector, further
through greater understanding of education, primary healthcare and with the Singapore postgraduate study.
1 - 2 years part the role of nursing in healthcare community nursing, inquiry and Nursing Board.
time (depending Professional recognition
globally, gain greater appreciation research in nursing, law and ethics Singapore Nursing Board
on intake) of the value of research to practice in healthcare, nursing management
and be able to translate research and clinical governance.
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into practice. You will develop critical


thinking and problem-solving skills
in relation to nursing practice and
greater leadership skills in clinical
and professional nursing. This
program has been developed and is
taught and awarded by the University
of Sydney and accredited by the
Singapore Nursing Board. It is taught
in Singapore at the Singapore Institute
of Management (SIM).
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Oral Health Through practical learning and clinical Your studies will include dental Recommended Dental assistant,
placements, the Bachelor of Oral hygiene, oral health therapy and studies dental hygienist, dental
3 years full time
Health equips you with the required oral health promotion. Biology and/ technician, oral health
skills, knowledge and experience to or Chemistry or educator
deliver oral health education and equivalent. Professional recognition
promotion, dental hygiene and dental Australian Dental Council,
therapy services to patients and Dental Board of Australia
communities throughout Australia
and New Zealand. Fully accredited
by the Australian Dental Council,
graduates are eligible for registration
with the Dental Board of Australia and
are licensed with the Environmental
Protection Authority to use diagnostic
radiation.

B Pharmacy Transform and enrich lives. The Completion of a major is not a Assumed knowledge Pharmacist
Bachelor of Pharmacy develops a requirement. Candidates have the Mathematics and A wide variety of career
4 years full time
comprehensive understanding of how option of completing one major, Chemistry or choices is open to
drugs are developed and medications in either Industrial Pharmacy equivalent. registered pharmacists
affect the human body. The degree (consisting of an extended ∆ See note below in community pharmacy
is accredited by the Australian professional placement) or (community practice),
Pharmacy Council and leads to International Pharmacy, which Recommended
studies hospital pharmacy,
registration as a pharmacist. provides an opportunity to research positions within
participate in an international Biology or Physics or
Combining hands-on learning with equivalent. universities or research
clinical experience, this degree is your exchange program as part of institutes, or positions
first step to becoming a registered the requirements of this major. in the pharmaceutical
pharmacist. Pharmacists are an Your studies will include biology, industry in drug
integral part of the healthcare system chemistry, medicinal chemistry, production, marketing or
and have the capacity to directly pharmaceutical sciences, drug development.
affect the lives and lifestyles of the pharmaceutics, pharmacology,
Professional recognition

Undergraduate courses
people with whom they interact. pharmacy and pharmacy practice.
Australian Pharmacy
Council

B Pharmacy and The Bachelor of Pharmacy and Completion of a major is not a Assumed knowledge Pharmacist
Management Management is an innovative, requirement. Candidates have the Mathematics and A wide variety of career
five-year degree that teaches a option of completing one major in Chemistry or choices is open to
5 years full time unique combination of pharmacy the fifth year, in either Industrial equivalent. registered pharmacists
skills and business knowledge to Pharmacy (consisting of an ∆ See note below in community pharmacy
develop the commercial, clinical and extended professional placement) (community practice),
communication skills necessary to or International Pharmacy, Recommended
studies hospital pharmacy,
thrive in a changing and competitive which provides an opportunity research positions within
healthcare landscape. to participate in an international Biology or Physics or
equivalent. universities or research
Combining hands-on learning with exchange program as part of the institutes, or positions
clinical experience, this program requirements of this major. in the pharmaceutical
is your first step to becoming a Your studies will include biology, industry in drug
registered pharmacist and playing a chemistry, medicinal chemistry, production, marketing or
vital and rewarding role in healthcare pharmaceutical sciences, drug development. The
provision. pharmaceutics, pharmacology, management component
pharmacy and pharmacy practice as of this course will give you
well as business. the skills required to run
your own business.
Professional recognition
Australian Pharmacy
Council

B Project This is unlike any other project Streams available include: built Assumed knowledge Professional and
Management management degree in Australia and environment, civil engineering Mathematics management roles in
will provide you with the fundamental science or software. Core units of Extension 1 or property development,
3 years full time project management skills, theories study include analytics, complex equivalent. construction, mining,
and methods required in today’s project coordination, organisational ∆ See note below events, IT, banking
complex business environment. Units behaviour, project finance, project and finance, state or
of study include project finance, management, psychology, risk federal government or
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statistics, analytics, risk management, management, statistics. You will in consultancy roles in
organisational behaviour and undertake a capstone project in the engineering, water health
psychology. You can choose a stream final year. Built environment stream or energy sectors
from civil engineering science, built units are held within the University
environment or software. of Sydney School of Architecture,
Design and Planning.
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or students undertaking a senior secondary qualification in Australia, Mathematics is a prerequisite for this course.
See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Psychology The Bachelor of Psychology is ideal In the first three years of the degree, Assumed knowledge Clinical psychologist
for you if you know you want to pursue you will complete a program in Mathematics or (with additional
4 years full time
a career in the industry. By the end of psychology, a minor from the shared equivalent. study), neuroscientist,
Dalyell by the four-year degree you will have the pool and electives from either ∆ See note below organisational
invitation basis for provisional registration as a psychology, the shared pool or the psychologist, market
psychologist in Australia and enough Open Learning Environment. You researcher, advertising
training and experience to start will then undertake honours units in executive, social
working right away. psychology in your fourth year. psychology researcher,
To become a fully registered learning and attention
psychologist, you need to undertake researcher
another two years of study.

B Science A Bachelor of Science opens up a Choose one major from the Assumed knowledge Agricultural scientist,
world of opportunity. Whether you options below and a second major Mathematics or astronomer, biosecurity
3 years full time
dream about working at the forefront or a minor either from these Mathematics researcher, ecologist,
Dalyell by of research – learning how to analyse options or from the shared pool: Extension 1 or environmental
invitation and think critically – or want to help agroecosystems (program); anatomy equivalent. All policymaker, food
make the planet a better place, a and histology; animal health, disease students undertake chemistry analyst,
Bachelor of Science will give you and welfare; animal production; some study in hydrologist,
highly sought-after skills. It will equip applied medical science; mathematics. mathematician, medical
you for a huge range of careers biochemistry and molecular biology; ∆ See note below scientist, nanoscientist,
- from the sciences and beyond. biology; cell and developmental nutritionist (after further
You will access the Open Learning biology; chemistry; computer study), psychologist (after
Environment and the shared pool of science; data science; ecology and further study), plant
majors, minors and electives. evolutionary biology; environmental geneticist, soil scientist.
Dalyell Scholars also have the option science (program); environmental See B Science (Medical
of completing a Mathematical studies; financial mathematics and Science).
Sciences program to combine their statistics; food science; genetics The Bachelor of Science
interest in mathematics with other and genomics; geography; geology equips you with the
areas of science and technology. and geophysics; history and breadth and depth of
philosophy of science; immunology knowledge and the critical
(minor); immunology and pathology; analytical skills to pursue
infectious diseases; information an extensive range of
systems; marine science; established and emerging
mathematical sciences (program
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careers. It prepares you


- for Dalyell only); mathematics; for the jobs of the future.
medicinal chemistry; microbiology;
neuroscience (program); nutrition
science; pathology (minor);
pharmacology; physics; physiology;
plant production; plant science
(minor only); psychological
science***; psychology (program);
quantitative life sciences; software
development; soil science and
hydrology; statistics; virology (minor
only); wildlife conservation (minor
only).

B Science Health is one of the fastest growing This stream requires completion of Assumed knowledge Health promotion,
(Health) sectors. You will learn to understand a major in health. A minor or second Mathematics or policymaking, project
the nature of the health problems major must be taken either from Mathematics and case management,
3 years full time facing global communities and those available in the B Science, in Extension 1 or healthcare administration,
Dalyell by how to design effective healthcare Human Movement (only available equivalent. All work in insurance,
invitation approaches to serve our increasingly to students enrolled in the Health students undertake business development,
consumer-driven, ageing population. stream) or from the shared pool. some study marketing and public
The Bachelor of Science (Health) in mathematics. relations, research
provides you with a comprehensive For the Human assistance, strength and
understanding of health that you can Movement major: conditioning consultant,
tailor to suit your own interests. Chemistry. research assistant.

∆ See note below

B Science With the rise of personalised This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Medical researcher,
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(Medical medicine, an increase in jobs in the of a program in Medical Science, Mathematics or pathologist, doctor (after
Science) broad medical and health sciences is including a Medical Science major. A Mathematics further study), dentist
predicted. Whether you want to work second major or minor must also be Extension 1, (after further study),
3 years full time at the forefront of medical research taken from those available in the B Chemistry and either histologist, physiologist,
Dalyell by or become a doctor or dentist with Science or from the shared pool. Physics or Biology microbiologist,
invitation further study, the Bachelor of Science or equivalent. All biochemist, biomedical
(Medical Science) will give you the students undertake device designer
essential foundation for a rewarding some study in
career improving the health of people mathematics.
and the community. ∆ See note below
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Science/ This degree opens up a world of Choose one major from the faculty Assumed knowledge Agricultural scientist,
B Advanced opportunity. Whether you dream options below and a second major Mathematics or astronomer, biosecurity
Studies about working at the forefront of either from these options or from Mathematics researcher, ecologist,
research, learning how to analyse and our shared pool: Extension 1 or environmental
4 years full time think critically, or want to help make Agroecosystems (program); anatomy equivalent. All policymaker, food
the planet a better place, you will gain and histology; animal health, disease students undertake chemistry analyst,
highly sought- after skills for a huge and welfare; animal production; some study in hydrologist, investment
range of careers - from the sciences applied medical science; mathematics. Other banker, journalist,
and beyond. biochemistry and molecular biology; assumed knowledge mathematician, medical
You will combine studies from a range biology; cell and developmental depends on subjects scientist, nanoscientist,
of disciplines, undertake advanced biology; chemistry; computer chosen. nutritionist, psychologist,
coursework, and have access to the science; data science; ecology and ∆ See note below plant geneticist,
Open Learning Environment. evolutionary biology; environmental soil scientist

In the final year you will also complete studies; environmental science The Bachelor of Science/
either an honours project or a (program); financial mathematics Bachelor of Advanced
substantial research, community, and statistics; food science; Studies equips you with
industry or entrepreneurship project. genetics and genomics; geography; the breadth and depth of
geology and geophysics; history and knowledge and the critical
philosophy of science; immunology analytical skills to pursue
and pathology; infectious diseases; an extensive range of
information systems; marine established and emerging
science; mathematical sciences careers. It prepares you
(Dalyell only); mathematics; for the jobs of the future.
medicinal chemistry; microbiology;
nanoscience and nanotechnology
(program); neuroscience
(program); nutrition science;
pharmacology; physics; physiology;
plant production; psychological
science***; psychology (program);
quantitative life sciences; software

Undergraduate courses
development; soil science and
hydrology; statistics.

B Science/ As a Dalyell Scholar in the Bachelor Refer to B Science/B Advanced Assumed knowledge Agricultural scientist,
B Advanced of Science/Bachelor of Advanced Studies. A second major must also Mathematics or astronomer, biosecurity
Studies (Dalyell Studies, you have the opportunity be taken from these options or from Mathematics researcher, ecologist,
to cultivate scientific expertise the shared pool. Extension 1 environmental
Scholars alongside the essential critical and or equivalent. policymaker, food
including As a Dalyell Scholar, you will
analytical skills necessary to navigate undertake 12 credit points All students  chemistry analyst,
Mathematical today’s dynamic world. Your studies of distinctive Dalyell units undertake some hydrologist, investment
Sciences) throughout the sciences will be complemented by a suite study in mathematics. banker, journalist,
4 years full time complemented by distinctive Dalyell of additional enrichment Other assumed mathematician, medical
units and enrichment opportunities. opportunities, including mentoring, knowledge depends scientist, nanoscientist,
Dalyell by You will combine studies from a range professional skill development and a on subjects chosen. nutritionist, psychologist,
application of disciplines, undertake advanced global mobility experience. ∆ See note below plant geneticist,
coursework and have access to the soil scientist
Open Learning Environment. In the The Bachelor of Science/
final year you will also complete either Bachelor of Advanced
an honours project or a substantial Studies equips you with
research, community, industry or the breadth and depth of
entrepreneurship project. knowledge and the critical
Dalyell Scholars have the option of analytical skills to pursue
completing a Mathematical Sciences an extensive range of
program to combine your interest established and emerging
in mathematics with other areas of careers. It prepares you
science and technology. for the jobs of the future.
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See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Science/ This combined degree offers Refer to B Science/B Advanced Assumed knowledge Agricultural scientist,
B Advanced exceptional opportunities to budding Studies. Mathematics or astronomer, biosecurity
Studies scientists who relish a challenge. From Majors with advanced units of study Mathematics researcher, ecologist,
independent research to in-depth include: anatomy and histology; Extension 1 or environmental
(Advanced) problems and lectures, the advanced biochemistry and molecular biology; equivalent. All policymaker, food
4 years full time stream will give you the skills to students undertake chemistry analyst,
biology; cell and developmental
Dalyell by embark on postgraduate study or biology; chemistry; computer some study hydrologist, investment
work at the forefront of research. science; data science; ecology and in mathematics. banker, journalist,
invitation
In this degree you will undertake evolutionary biology; environmental Other assumed mathematician, medical
advanced versions of units of study studies; financial mathematics and knowledge depends scientist, nanoscientist,
within your selected majors, combine statistics; food science; genetics on subjects chosen. nutritionist, psychologist,
studies from a range of disciplines, and genomics; geography; geology ∆ See note below plant geneticist, soil
undertake advanced coursework and geophysics; history and scientist, veterinarian
and have access to the Open philosophy of science; infectious (after further study)
Learning Environment. In the final diseases; information systems;
year you will also complete either marine science; mathematics;
an honours project or a substantial medicinal chemistry; microbiology;
research, community, industry or neuroscience; nutrition science;
entrepreneurship project. physics; physiology; plant
production; psychological
science***; qualitative life sciences;
software development; soil science
and hydrology; statistics.
A second major must also be taken
from these options or from the
shared pool.

B Science/ Whether you dream about being at This stream requires completion of Assumed knowledge Agronomist, sustainable
B Advanced the forefront of agricultural research, a program in agriculture, including Mathematics agriculture researcher,
Studies or want to help make the future of a major in animal production, plant and Chemistry plant geneticist,
food more secure and the planet a production or soil science and or equivalent. All animal reproduction
(Agriculture) better place, this degree will give you hydrology. A second major must also students undertake specialist, environmental
4 years full time highly sought-after skills for a huge be taken from those available in B some study in microbiologist,
Dalyell by range of careers. Science or from the shared pool. mathematics. agricultural journalist,
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In this combined degree, you will ∆ See note below commodities trader,
invitation precision soil scientist
complete studies from a range of
disciplines, undertake advanced
coursework, and have access to the
Open Learning Environment. In the
final year you will also complete either
an honours project or a substantial
research, community, industry or
entrepreneurship project.

B Science/ To further your passion for animal This stream requires completion of Assumed knowledge Agricultural scientist,
B Advanced biology, this degree will give you a program in Animal and Veterinary Mathematics animal health and
Studies (Animal fundamental and applied knowledge Bioscience, including an Animal and Chemistry welfare professional,
in animal bioscience. You will acquire and Veterinary Bioscience major. or equivalent. All animal ethicist, animal
and Veterinary a broad overview of both domestic A second major must also be taken students undertake nutritionist, biosecurity
Bioscience) animals and wildlife species, how from those available in B Science or some study in researcher, ecologist,
4 years full time they interact with their environment, from the shared pool. mathematics. environmental
and an integrated comparative You will also undertake advanced ∆ See note below policymaker, geneticist,
Dalyell by knowledge in fields such as applied wildlife population
invitation coursework and have access to the Recommended
biotechnologies, reproduction and Open Learning Environment. In the manager, veterinarian
nutrition. This will be supported studies (with further study in
final year you will also complete Biology or equivalent.
by detailed knowledge of animal either an honours project or a the Doctor of Veterinary
structure and function and a focus on substantial research, community, Medicine)
application of innovative approaches industry or entrepreneurship
and technologies to enhance animal project.
management and welfare.

B Science/ The Bachelor of Science/Bachelor This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Agribusiness consultant,
B Advanced of Advanced Studies (Food and of a program in food and Mathematics, food chemist, food
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Studies Agribusiness) will allow you to agribusiness, including a major in Chemistry or safety specialist, food
capitalise on the huge growth in the food science and a second major equivalent. All technologist, laboratory
(Food and Australian food and beverage sector from the shared pool in one of the students undertake technician, market
Agribusiness) that is generating demand for a more following: econometrics, financial some study in researcher, product/
4 years full time skilled and capable workforce. economics, economics, economic mathematics. process developer, quality
You will study both food science policy, agricultural and resource ∆ See note below assurance manager,
Dalyell by economics, accounting, banking, procurement officer,
invitation and business in this degree, with Recommended
this combination of disciplines business analytics, business regulatory affairs officer,
information systems, commercial studies research scientist, sales
giving you a desirable and distinct Biology or equivalent.
set of skills and knowledge. In this law, finance, industrial relations and marketing, supply
degree, you will undertake advanced and human resource management, chain and logistics
coursework and have access to the international business, management manager
Open Learning Environment. In the or marketing.
final year you will also complete either
an honours project or a substantial
research, community, industry or
entrepreneurship project.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Science/ Health is one of Australia’s fastest- This stream requires completion of Assumed knowledge Health promotion,
B Advanced growing sectors. This course provides a major in health. A second major Mathematics or policymaking, healthcare
Studies (Health) a thorough grounding in health must also be taken either from Mathematics administration, project
and health systems at the local, those available in B Science, in Extension 1 or and case management,
4 years full time national and global levels. You will human movement (only available equivalent. All work in insurance,
Dalyell by graduate with the ability to navigate to students enrolled in the Health students undertake business development,
invitation the complexity of health in different stream) or from the shared pool. some study in marketing and public
sociocultural, political and economic mathematics. relations, research
contexts. You will develop core skills For the Human assistant, sports and
in critical thinking, complex problem- Movement major: conditioning consultant
solving, communication and empathy. Chemistry or
In this combined degree, you will equivalent.
complete studies from a range of ∆ See note below
disciplines, undertake advanced
coursework, and have access to the
Open Learning Environment. In the
final year you will also complete either
an honours project or a substantial
research, community, industry or
entrepreneurship project.

B Science/ With the rise of personalised This stream requires completion Assumed knowledge Medical researcher,
B Advanced medicine, an increase in jobs in the of a program in Medical Science, Mathematics or pathologist, doctor (with
Studies broad medical and health sciences is including a Medical Science major. Mathematics further study), dentist
predicted. Whether you want to work A second major must also be taken Extension 1, (with further study),
(Medical at the forefront of medical research from those available in B Science or Chemistry and either histologist, physiologist,
Science) or become a doctor or dentist with from the shared pool. Physics or Biology microbiologist,
4 years full time further study, this degree will give or equivalent. All biochemist, biomedical
you the essential foundation for a students undertake device designer, anatomy
Dalyell by rewarding career improving the health some study in researcher, infectious
invitation of people and the community. mathematics. diseases researcher,

Undergraduate courses
In this combined degree, you will ∆ See note below geneticist
complete studies from a range of
disciplines, undertake advanced
coursework, and have access to the
Open Learning Environment. In the
final year you will also complete either
an honours project or a substantial
research, community, industry or
entrepreneurship project.

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or students undertaking a senior secondary qualification in Australia, Mathematics is a prerequisite for this course.
See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Science/ The legal field needs professionals Refer to B Science. Please note Assumed knowledge Refer to B Science.
B Laws who can understand and translate that the only stream available in Mathematics or For Law: solicitor,
complex science. this combined degree is the Dalyell Mathematics barrister, magistrate,
5 years full time stream. Extension 1 or
With a Bachelor of Science/Bachelor judge. Non-legal:
Dalyell by of Laws, you will graduate with two Units of study for Law: First year: equivalent. All diplomacy, foreign
invitation degrees and a suite of specialist skills foundations of law, legal research I, students undertake affairs, human rights,
that will allow you to carve out a niche torts. Second year: civil and criminal some study in international relations,
in the legal sector. It will prepare you procedure, contracts, criminal law. mathematics. Other investment banking,
for jobs across patents, intellectual Third year: torts and contracts II, assumed knowledge journalism, management
property and even forensics. legal research II, public international depends on subjects consultancy, public policy
law, public law. Fourth year: chosen.
administrative law, corporations ∆ See note below
law, equity, evidence, federal For Law: None.
constitutional law, introduction to
property and commercial law, real
property and the legal profession.
Final year: private international law
A and seven elective units of study.

B Science/ This double degree gives you the Refer to B Science. All students Assumed knowledge Dentist in private
D Dental opportunity to study science before undertake first-year biology and Refer to B Science. practice, public service
Medicine†ф undertaking dentistry. some units of study in mathematics. ∆ See note below (hospitals, schools, health
Designed for high school leavers As a Dalyell Scholar you will also departments), defence
7 years full time complete 12 credit points of forces, oral health
who have achieved outstanding
Dalyell by results, you will study a three-year distinctive Dalyell units designed researcher, academic
invitation undergraduate science degree, to cultivate high-level graduate careers, and a variety of
followed by a four-year Doctor of attributes. You will also have access specialisation options
Dental Medicine. If you become a to a suite of additional enrichment upon completion of
Dalyell Scholar, you will gain a deeper opportunities. professional and research
understanding of the scientific For the Doctor of Dental Medicine experience
fundamentals that underpin dentistry you will study clinical dentistry, life
and be better prepared for any career sciences and a research project.
path you choose. This double degree
is delivered by the faculties of Science
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and Dentistry.

B Science/ This double degree gives you the You may elect to complete the Assumed knowledge General practitioner
D Medicine† opportunity to study science before Medical Science stream or choose Refer to B Science or specialist,
undertaking medicine. from a wide range of majors from and/or B Science surgeon, researcher,
7 years full time across the sciences. Refer to (Medical Science). pharmaceutical industry,
This pathway allows school leavers
Dalyell by who have achieved exceptional B Science, B Science (Medical ∆ See note below management consultancy,
invitation results to commence a three-year Science) and the course website: teaching, medical
undergraduate science degree sydney.edu.au/courses administration, medical
followed by a four-year Doctor of During the Bachelor of Science communication
Medicine (MD). It gives you a deeper you will complete foundational
understanding of the scientific knowledge units for medicine plus
fundamentals that underpin a zero-credit-point subject in
medicine, so you will be better Medicine.
prepared for any career in medicine, In the Doctor of Medicine
from specialisation to research and component, practical experience –
teaching. Students may choose to including contact with patients and
take the Dalyell stream and will have observation of the physical aspects
access to the shared pool and Open of disease – commences in the first
Learning Environment. year and continues to the final year.
This degree is delivered by the Faculty Dalyell Scholars will complete
of Science and the University of 12 credit points of distinctive
Sydney Medical School. Dalyell units designed to cultivate
high-level graduate attributes.
You will also have access to a
suite of additional enrichment
opportunities.
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Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Science/ M Become a leader in the field of Students will complete a Assumed knowledge Business analyst,
Mathematical mathematics and statistics. This Mathematical Sciences program, Mathematics bioinformatician, data
Sciencesф combined degree is designed to give including a major in mathematics, Extension 2 or scientist, economic
you a science foundation and then statistics, financial mathematics equivalent. Students modeller, energy
4.5 years full time help you complete deep training in and statistics, or data science. with top band forecaster, game
Dalyell by mathematical sciences including data The second major or minor can be Extension 1 or designer, health
invitation science. You will choose a major and chosen from those available in the B equivalent are also planner, quantitative
progress from undergraduate study Science or from the shared pool. encouraged to apply. analyst in banking,
to advanced, specialist course and ∆ See note below statistician, market
project work in order to prepare you analyst, meteorologist,
for further research or the workplace. financial analyst, teacher,
researcher, web analyst
Mathematics is a universal
language – it opens doors
to job opportunities
around the world.
Australia is experiencing
an acute shortage of
graduates qualified in the
mathematical sciences,
particularly in statistics
and data science.

B Science/ Become a leader in healthcare and Refer to B Science. You will choose Assumed knowledge Registered nurse in a
M Nursingф nursing. The combined Bachelor one major from B Science. All Mathematics or range of healthcare
of Science and Master of Nursing students must take some units of Mathematics settings with the ability
4 years full time program cultivates the critical study in mathematics. Extension 1 or to use your knowledge of
Dalyell by thinking skills and breadth of the Focus areas for Nursing: acute care, equivalent. All science in health issues
invitation sciences alongside the expertise and aged care, child and adolescent students undertake such as infectious and
experience to become a registered health, chronic illness, clinical some study in non-communicable
nurse. It provides a wide range of practice, Indigenous health, mental mathematics. Other diseases, infection

Undergraduate courses
career opportunities across both health care and management, assumed knowledge control, climate change,
clinical and non-clinical settings. pharmacology, physiology, depends on subjects anatomy, pharmacology
professional practice, social chosen. and research
and health policy. ∆ See note below

B Science Pioneer healthcare innovations and Refer to B Science (Health) - you will Assumed knowledge Registered nurse in a
(Health)/ transform lives. This combined degree complete a major in Health. Mathematics or range of healthcare
M Nursingф provides a thorough grounding in Focus areas for Nursing: acute care, Mathematics settings and you can apply
health and health systems at the aged care, child and adolescent Extension 1 or your knowledge of health
4 years full time local, national and global levels, while equivalent. All systems to industries
health, chronic illness, clinical
Dalyell by developing the knowledge, skills and practice, Indigenous health, mental students undertake supporting healthcare,
invitation experience to become a registered health care and management, some study including e-health, mental
nurse. pharmacology, physiology, in mathematics. health, industrial relations
professional practice, social ∆ See note below and management
and health policy.

B Science/ With a solid foundation in science plus For the B Science, you will need to Assumed knowledge Dietitian, nutritional
M Nutrition and a two-year master’s degree that has complete a program in Nutrition Mathematics, researcher, hospital
Dieteticsф full accreditation from the Dietitians and Dietetics, including a major Chemistry and nutritionist, biochemist,
Association of Australia, the five-year in Nutrition Science, a minor or a Biology or equivalent. food scientist
5 years full time Bachelor of Science and Master of second major and complete units All students Professional recognition
Dalyell by Nutrition and Dietetics provides of study from the Open Learning undertake some study Accreditation with the
invitation the training you need to launch Environment. in mathematics. Dietitians Association of
straight into a career in nutrition and For M Nutrition and Dietetics, your ∆ See note below Australia
dietetics. studies will include clinical nutrition,
nutritional science and public health
nutrition. You will also complete a
nutrition research project.

B Social Work The Bachelor of Social Work allows Your studies will include Indigenous Assumed knowledge Aged care worker, children
you to qualify as a professional social Australian studies, social policy Depends on first‑year and families support
4 years full time
worker while also taking two years and social work, social research, subjects chosen. worker, community worker
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of tertiary studies in other areas of sociology. In first and second year in programs for people
interest such as sociology, diversity you may choose from the areas with disabilities, migrant
studies or gender studies. listed under B Arts. In third and and refugee liaison officer,
Combining studies in social policy fourth year, you will undertake a international development
and social work, you will develop skills professional program in social work worker, social policy
to promote social change, problem and social policy. adviser.
solve in human relationships, and Professional recognition
empower and liberate people to Australian Association of
enhance wellbeing. You will gain Social Workers
strong negotiating skills, a nuanced
understanding of cultural contexts
and sensitivity to various religious
beliefs.
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See the Table notes on page 56
Assumed
knowledge/
Course description Programs, majors and minors Prerequisite Career possibilities

B Veterinary This degree provides you with both Your studies will include animal Assumed knowledge Veterinarian, veterinary
Biology/ a scientific foundation and specialist behaviour and welfare science, Chemistry, geneticist, small animal
D Veterinary clinical and medical experience. With animal diseases and pathobiology, Mathematics and veterinarian, livestock
its integrated approach designed for animal husbandry, cell biology, Physics or equivalent. veterinarian, equine
Medicineф understanding real-world situations, clinical and professional practice, veterinarian, biosecurity
∆ See note below
6 years full time the six-year course will turn you into a pharmacology, veterinary anatomy researcher, veterinary
global professional at the forefront of and physiology, veterinary Recommended cardiologist, public health
modern veterinary medicine. conservation biology, veterinary studies policymaker
medicine, veterinary public health Biology or equivalent.
and veterinary surgery.

B Visual Arts The Bachelor of Visual Arts is offered A range of specialisations is Recommended Artist, arts writer,
by Sydney College of the Arts, available. In addition to your studies craftsperson, curator,
3 years full time
Sydney’s premier training ground for specialisation, you will also have Visual Arts and Design digital artist, educator
contemporary visual artists for more access to a wide range of electives and Technology or (with further tertiary
than 40 years. in contemporary art, as well as units equivalent. qualifications), exhibition
It is a hands-on degree focused of study in many other disciplines designer, filmmaker,
on developing the conceptual, offered across the University. illustrator, painter,
theoretical and technical skills you product designer, sound
need to succeed as a practising artist artist, web and multimedia
or in a range of careers in the creative designer
industries. You will be encouraged to
work across disciplinary boundaries
to realise your ideas, and you’ll gain a
thorough grounding in the skills and
history of your chosen specialisation.

B Visual Arts/ The Bachelor of Visual Arts/ Bachelor A range of specialisations is Recommended Artist, arts journalist,
B Advanced of Advanced Studies is a combined available. In addition to your studies commercial art director,
Studies degree offered by Sydney College specialisation, you will also take a Visual Arts and Design craftsperson, creative
of the Arts (SCA), Sydney’s premier major from the shared pool and and Technology or director, cultural officer
4 years full time training ground for contemporary complete either a substantial equivalent. or program manager,
visual artists for more than 40 years. research, community, industry or curator, digital producer,
This exciting and diverse combined entrepreneurship project, or an educator (with further
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degree offers the opportunity to Honours project in the final year. tertiary qualifications), film
develop your visual arts specialisation producer or filmmaker,
with advanced coursework, access innovation manager, web
to the shared pool and the Open and interaction designer
Learning Environment, creating
a study profile that reflects your
expertise in a range of disciplines.

Diploma of Studying the Diploma of Music at the A major in the Diploma of Music Assumed knowledge Arts administrator,
Musicф Sydney Conservatorium of Music will is defined as a principal study. Music 1 or 2 or concert entrepreneur,
provide you with vocational training Students undertake principal equivalent. event producer,festival
2 years full time in performance skills at a high level study over four semesters in either or venue manager, music
if you are aspiring to a professional instrument, voice (classical), or jazz journalist, music producer,
career in music performance. It is also performance. In addition, students orchestral musician,
a great pathway to our internationally complete core studies in music skills chamber musician, private
regarded Bachelor of Music degrees. and other performance related music teacher, singer/
areas. songwriter
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Undergraduate courses
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2019 GUIDE TO ADMISSION CRITERIA
FOR DOMESTIC STUDENTS

Below are the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) or International Baccalaureate (IB)
scores for 2019. All the scores below are guaranteed for admission in 2019, except where
marked with an asterisk*. These scores are an indication of what you will need for admission
in 2019. Find out more about guaranteed ATARs at
sydney.edu.au/sydney-ATAR

Duration

Duration
ATAR/IB

ATAR/IB
in years

in years
Page

Page
Course name Course name

Architecture, design and planning Business


l B Architecture and Environments 85/31 3 62 u B Commerce 95/36 3 66

n B Design Computing 80/28 3 67 B Commerce/B Advanced Studies 95/36 4 66


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B Design Computing/B Advanced Studies 80/28 4 67  Commerce/B Advanced Studies


B 98/40 4 67
(Dalyell Scholars)‡
l B Design in Architecture 95/37 3 68

B Design in Architecture (Honours)/ (97/39)* 5 68 Education and social work


M Architectureф
l B Education (Early Childhood) 77/27 4 69

Arts and social sciences l B Education A+C 4 69


(Health and Physical Education)^ (80/28)
u B Arts 80/28 3 63
l B Education (Primary)^ A+C 4 70
B Arts/B Advanced Studies 80/28 4 64 (85/31)

 Arts/B Advanced Studies


B 98/40 4 64  Education (Secondary: Humanities and
B A+C 5 70
(Dalyell Scholars including Languages)‡ Social Sciences)/B Arts (80/28)

 Arts/B Advanced Studies


B 92/34 4 64  Education (Secondary: Mathematics)/
B A+C 5 70
(International and Global Studies) B Science (80/28)

 Arts/B Advanced Studies


B 95/37 4 65  Education (Secondary: Science)/
B A+C 5 71
(Media and Communications) B Science (80/28)

 Arts/B Advanced Studies


B 95/37 4 65 l B Social Work 80/28 4 83
(Politics and International Relations)
B Arts/B Social Work 80/28 5 65
u B Arts (Sciences Po Dual Degree)** A+C 2+2 63

n B Economics 90/33 3 68 Engineering and information technologies


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B Economics/B Advanced Studies 90/33 4 68 l B Advanced Computing 90/33 4 60

n B Economics (Sciences Po Dual Degree)** A+C 2+2 69 B Advanced Computing/B Commerce 95/36 5 60

n B Visual Arts A+C 3 84 B Advanced Computing/B Science 90/33 5 60

B Visual Arts/B Advanced Studies A+C 4 84 B Advanced Computing/B Science (Health) 90/33 5 60

u Diploma of Artsф na 1 na  Advanced Computing/


B 90/33 5 61
B Science (Medical Science)
u Diploma of Language Studiesф na 3-6 na
part l B Engineering Honours (Dalyell Scholars)‡ 98/40 4 71
time
l B Engineering Honours (Aeronautical) 92/34 4 71
u Diploma of Social Sciencesф na 1 na

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l Professional degree n Specialist degree u Liberal studies degree Combined or double degree

‘B’ for ‘Bachelor of’, ‘M’ for ‘Master of’ and ‘D’ for ‘Doctor of’
Duration

Duration
ATAR/IB

ATAR/IB
in years

in years
Page

Page
Course name Course name

l B Engineering Honours (Biomedical) 92/34 4 71 l B Oral Health A+C 3 77


(83/30)*
l B Engineering Honours 92/34 4 71
(Chemical and Biomolecular) l B Pharmacy 90/33 4 77

l B Engineering Honours (Civil) 92/34 4 72 l B Pharmacy and Management 90/33 5 77

l B Engineering Honours (Electrical) 92/34 4 72 B Science/D Dental Medicine†ф A+C 7 82


(99.5
l B Engineering Honours (Flexible First Year) 92/34 4 72 /43)*

l B Engineering Honours (Mechanical) 92/34 4 72 B Science/D Medicine† A+C 7 82


(99.95
l B Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) 92/34 4 72 /45)*

l B Engineering Honours (Software) 92/34 4 72 B Science/M Nursingф 80/28 4 83

l B Engineering Honours with space 99/42 4 72 B Science (Health)/M Nursingф 80/28 4 83


engineering major

B Engineering Honours/B Arts 92/34 5 73 Music


B Engineering Honours/B Commerce 95/36 5 73 n B Music A+C 4 75

 Engineering Honours (Civil)/


B 95/37 5 73 n B Music (Composition) A+C 4 75
B Design in Architecture

Undergraduate courses
l B Music (Music Education)^ A+C 4 76
 Engineering Honours/
B 92/34 5 73
B Project Management n B Music (Performance) A+C 4 76

B Engineering Honours/B Science 92/34 5 74


Science, agriculture, environment and
B Engineering Honours/B Science (Health) 92/34 5 74 veterinary science
 Engineering Honours/
B 92/34 5 74 u B Liberal Arts and Science 70/25 3 75
B Science (Medical Science)
l B Psychology (95/37)* 4 78
l B Project Management 86/31 3 77
u B Science 80/28 3 78
Law
u B Science (Health) 80/28 3 78
B Arts/B Laws 99.5/43 5 65
u B Science (Medical Science) 90/33 3 78
B Commerce/B Laws 99.5/43 5 67
B Science/B Advanced Studies 80/28 4 79
B Economics/B Laws 99.5/43 5 69
 Science/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell
B 98/40 4 79
B Engineering Honours/B Laws 99.5/43 6 73 Scholars including Mathematical Sciences)‡

B Science/B Laws 99.5/43 5 82 B Science/B Advanced Studies (Advanced) 95/37 4 80

B Science/B Advanced Studies (Agriculture) 80/28 4 80


Medicine and health
 Science/B Advanced Studies
B 80/28 4 80
l B Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) (95/37)* 4 61 (Animal and Veterinary Bioscience)

l B Applied Science (82/29)* 3 61  Science/B Advanced Studies


B 80/28 4 80
(Exercise and Sport Science) (Food and Agribusiness)
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l B Applied Science (Exercise Physiology) (90/33)* 4 61 B Science/B Advanced Studies (Health) 80/28 4 81

l B Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) (92/34)* 4 62  Science/B Advanced Studies


B 90/33 4 81
(Medical Science)
l B Applied Science (Physiotherapy) (99/42)* 4 62
B Science/M Mathematical Sciencesф 98/40 4.5 83
l B Applied Science (Speech Pathology) (93/35)* 4 62
B Science/M Nutrition and Dieteticsф (97/39)* 5 83
B Arts/D Medicine† A+C 7 66
(99.95/  Veterinary Biology/
B A+C 6 84
45)* D Veterinary Medicineф (97/39)*

B Arts/M Nursingф 80/28 4 66

l B Nursing (Advanced Studies) 84/30 3 76


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A+C, na, ^, †, ‡, ф, **: see ‘Table notes’ on page 56-57.


* ATAR/IB scores published with an asterisk are indicative only and not guaranteed in 2019.
For more on guaranteed and indicative scores, see table notes on page 57.
“I feel very
fortunate to
study among
top scholars
in my field,
in a learning
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environment
that fosters
collaboration
and innovation.”
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Doctor of Philosophy
University of Sydney Business School Research Scholarship
Home country: Canada
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COURSES
POSTGRADUATE
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POSTGRADUATE
STUDY

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Where will postgraduate study lead you?


Whether you want to gain new professional qualifications,
change your career direction or pursue a personal
ambition, the University of Sydney will steer you to places
you never imagined.

With more than 450 courses on offer across nine areas of


study, we make it easy for you to tailor a degree to your
goals and needs – with short or long-term study.
The University of Sydney

Our coursework and research degrees The University’s people drive our greatest
offer far more than knowledge. You’ll join feats. We give you access to leading
leading thinkers to challenge the known lecturers, research supervisors, industry
and explore the unknown, in a stimulating networks, research and teaching centre
environment that encourages both learning staff from Australia and worldwide – across
and networking. To support research many disciplines.
and teaching excellence, we are investing
in the latest innovative technology and We also offer the option to fast track your
exceptional facilities. postgraduate studies through recognition of
prior learning or credit for previous studies.
For details, see page 120.
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Postgraduate coursework full time) and a master’s degree. PhD students can also apply for
Not all master's degrees offer the travel grants to facilitate research
Master’s degrees
graduate certificate and graduate activities with our international
These are ideal if you need
diploma options, and some partners, including top tier
specialised knowledge and skills,
graduate certificates and diplomas institutions in Asia, Europe/UK and
and want to:
may not be available for study full North America.
−− take the next step in your time onshore.
career or start a new one For more information about our
−− gain professional qualifications Find out more about your course at research excellence, see pages 10
for your next job −− sydney.edu.au/courses and 11 or visit
−− upskill for your current role −− sydney.edu.au/research
−− develop academic expertise Research degrees
in your chosen field Our postgraduate research
Whether you’re an aspiring degrees include:
−− expand your breadth academic, seeking a competitive
of knowledge. edge in your career, or want to Master’s by research/Master of
explore a passion, a research Philosophy (MPhil)
They typically require between one degree will put you at the pinnacle This degree usually requires 1-2
and two years of full-time study. of your studies. years of full-time study, and allows
a candidate to undertake research
Graduate diplomas and Embarking on a research degree and advanced specialisation. It can
graduate certificates

Postgraduate courses
at Sydney is an opportunity to also provide a pathway to further
Graduate diplomas and graduate work alongside some of the study at PhD level.
certificates are usually based on world’s brightest and most
master’s degrees and offer a subset accomplished academics. We offer Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
of the master’s units. exceptional facilities that support This is our premier research award
our pioneering multidisciplinary and the highest qualification
They are an option if you don’t approach. Our scholars unite that you can attain in Australia. It
meet the admission criteria for using the latest technology comprises independent research
a master’s degree, or if you are across the physical, medical, life and writing on an approved topic
unable to undertake a master’s due and engineering sciences, the toward a thesis for examination.
to time or financial constraints. humanities and social sciences. Admission to research degrees is
highly competitive. In general, to
If you don't meet the requirements We have the drive to challenge be eligible for admission you need
for a master’s degree, for some traditional ways of thinking. You to demonstrate sufficient prior
degrees you may be offered a will have the support you need to research experience and capability.
place in the graduate certificate or contribute to research that makes a
diploma instead. meaningful, real-world impact. Learn more about our research
degrees:
Once you finish the graduate One way we support our
certificate (usually six months of −− sydney.edu.au/study/
researchers is through
full-time study) you may then be pg-research
scholarships, available to
able to progress to the equivalent
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international postgraduate
graduate diploma (usually one year research students in any discipline.

Postgraduate degree progression

Master’s degree
Graduate diploma Gain specialised skills and
Graduate certificate Complete more units of study knowledge or professional
Complete some of the that you can count towards a qualifications
essential units of study towards a master’s degree Usually one or two years of 
master’s degree Usually one year of full-time study
Usually six months of full-time study
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full-time study

POSTGRADUATE COURSE INDEX

The course names in this index do not include the course level title
such as master, doctor, graduate diploma or graduate certificate.

Coursework courses Page Coursework courses Page Coursework courses Page

Administrative Law and Policy 106 Architectural Science 96 Criminology 106


(Sustainable Design)
Advanced Nursing Practice 111 (Audio and Acoustics) Cross-cultural and 98
Applied Linguistics
Agriculture and Environment 113 Architectural Science 96
(Sustainable Design) Cultural Studies 98
Architectural Science 96 (High Performance Buildings)
Data Science 103
Architectural Science - 96 Architectural Science 96
Single stream (Sustainable Design) Dental Medicine 109

Architectural Science 96 (Illumination Design)


Design 97
(Audio and Acoustics) Architecture 96
Design (Design Innovation 97
Architectural Science 96 Art Curating 98 and Strategic Design)
(Illumination Design)
Bioethics 109 Design (Design Innovation) 97
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Architectural Science 96
(High Performance Buildings) Biostatistics 116 Design (Strategic Design) 97

Architectural Science 96 Brain and Mind Sciences 109 Development Studies 98


(Sustainable Design)
Business Administration 100 Diagnostic Radiography 107
Architectural Science - 96
Double stream Business Administration 100 Digital Communication 98
(Leadership and Enterprise) and Culture
Architectural Science 96
(Audio and Acoustics) Business Law 106 Economic Analysis 98
(High Performance Buildings)
Cancer and Haematology Nursing 111 Economics 98
Architectural Science 96
Clinical Dentistry 108 Education 102
(Audio and Acoustics)
(Illumination Design) (Advanced Restorative)
Education (Educational 102
Clinical Dentistry (Oral Medicine) 108 Management and Leadership)
Architectural Science 96
(Audio and Acoustics) Education 102
(Sustainable Design) Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) 108
(Educational Psychology)
Architectural Science 96 Clinical Dentistry (Periodontics) 108
Education (International 115
(High Performance Buildings) Education)
Clinical Dentistry 109
(Audio and Acoustics)
(Prosthodontics)
Education (Special and 102
Architectural Science 96 Inclusive Education)
Clinical Dentistry 109
(High Performance Buildings)
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(Special Care Dentistry)


(Illumination Design) Education (Sports Coaching) 102
Clinical Dentistry 108
Architectural Science 96 Education (TESOL) 102
(Surgical Dentistry)
(High Performance Buildings)
(Sustainable Design) Clinical Psychology 113 Emergency Nursing 111

Architectural Science 96 Clinical Surgery 109 Engineering 104


(Illumination Design)
(Audio and Acoustics) Clinical Trials Research 116 Engineering (Automation and 104
Manufacturing Systems)
Architectural Science 96 Commerce 101
(Illumination Design) Engineering 104
(High Performance Buildings) Complex Systems 103 (Biomedical Engineering)

Architectural Science 96 Computing 103 Engineering (Chemical and 104


(Illumination Design) Biomolecular Engineering)
(Sustainable Design) Creative Writing 98
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Engineering (Civil Engineering) 104


Coursework courses Page Coursework courses Page Coursework courses Page

Engineering 104 Human and Community Services 101 Media Practice 99


(Electrical Engineering)
Human Resource Management 101 Medical Imaging Science 116
Engineering 104 and Industrial Relations
(Fluids Engineering) Medical Physics 114
Human Rights 99
Engineering 104 Medicine (Doctor of) 109
(Geomechanical Engineering) Information Technology 104
Medicine (Cataract and 116
Engineering 104 Information Technology and 105 Refractive Surgery) 
(Mechanical Engineering) Information Technology
Management Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) 110
Engineering 104
(Power Engineering) Information Technology 105 Medicine (Clinical 116

Postgraduate courses
Management Neurophysiology)
Engineering (Risk 104
Management) Intensive Care Nursing 111 Medicine (Critical Care Medicine) 116

Engineering (Software) 104 Interaction Design and 97 Medicine (General Practice and 110
Electronic Arts Primary Healthcare)
Engineering 104
(Structural Engineering) Interaction Design and Electronic 97 Medicine (Infection 110
Arts (Audio and Acoustics) and Immunity)
Engineering (Sustainability and 104
Environmental Engineering) Interaction Design and Electronic 97 Medicine (Internal Medicine) 116
Arts (Illumination Design)
Engineering 104 Medicine (Metabolic Health) 117
(Telecommunications International Business 101
Medicine (Ophthalmic Science) 117
Engineering)
International Law 107
Medicine (Paediatric Medicine) 117
English Studies 98
International Ophthalmology 116
Medicine (Pain Management) 117
Environmental Law 106
International Relations 99
Medicine (Pharmaceutical and 117
Environmental Science 113
International Security 99 Medical Device Development)
Environmental Science and Law 114
International Studies 99 Medicine (Psychiatry) 110
Evidence-Based Complementary 117
Juris Doctor 106 Medicine (Sexual and 110
Medicines
Reproductive Health)
Executive Arts and 98 Jurisprudence 107
Medicine (Sexual and 111
Social Sciences
Labour Law and Relations 107 Reproductive Health) and
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Executive Business 115 Master of Philosophy


Laws 107
Administration
Medicine (Sleep Medicine) 117
Learning Sciences and 102
Exercise Physiology 107
Technology (Professional) Mental Health Nursing 112
Global Health 109
Learning Sciences and 102 Moving Image 99
Technology (Research)
Health Communication 99 Museum and Heritage Studies 99
Logistics and Supply Chain 101
Health Law 106 Music Studies (Conducting) 112
Management
Health Policy 110 Music Studies 112
Management 101
(Opera Performance)
Health Security 99
Management (CEMS) 101
Music Studies (Performance) 112
Health Technology Innovation 104
Marine Science and Management 114
Nursing 112
Heritage Conservation 97
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Mathematical Sciences 114


Nutrition and Dietetics 114
Coursework courses Page Coursework courses Page Research courses
(‘D’ for ‘Doctor of Philosophy’
Occupational Therapy 107 Science in Medicine 117 and ‘M’ for ‘Master of
(Metabolic Health) Philosophy’) Page
Peace and Conflict Studies 99
Science in Medicine 117 Architecture D, M 97
Pharmacy 112 (Ophthalmic Science)
Arts and Social Sciences D, M 100
Physiotherapy 108 Science in Medicine 117
(Pain Management) Business D, M 101
Political Economy 99
Science in Medicine 117 Conservatorium of Music D 113
Primary Health Care Nursing 112 (Pharmaceutical and
Medical Device Development) Dentistry D, M 109
Professional Accounting 101
Science in Medicine 111 Education D, M 103
Professional Engineering or 105
(Sexual and Reproductive Health)
Professional Engineering Engineering and IT D, M 106
(Accelerated) – both available in Science in Medicine 111
the following specialisations (Sexual and Reproductive Health) Health Sciences D 108
and Master of Philosophy Law D 107
Aerospace 105
Science in Medicine 117 Medicine D, M 111
Biomedical 105
(Sleep Medicine)
Chemical and Biomolecular 105 Nursing D, M 112
Social Work 102
Civil 105 Pharmacy D, M 112
Social Work (Qualifying) 102
Electrical 105 Science D, M 114
Speech Language Pathology 108
Fluids 105 Social Work D, M 103
Strategic Public Relations 100
Geomechanical 105 Visual Arts D 100
Surgery (Breast surgery, 111
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Mechanical 105 cardiothoracic surgery,


colorectal, endocrine surgery, Other research courses
Power 105 hand surgery, head and neck,
neurosurgery, orthopaedic, Applied Science - Research 108
Software 105 otorhinolaryngology,
paediatric surgery, plastic and Arts 100
Structural 105 reconstructive surgery, surgical
oncology, surgical outcomes, Arts (Research) 100
Telecommunications 105
surgical sciences, surgical skills,
transplant surgery, trauma Criminology - Research 107
Project Leadership 106
surgery, upper gastrointestinal
Education (Research) 103
Project Management 106 surgery, urology, vascular surgery
and endovascular surgery). Fine Arts 100
Project and Program 106
Management Sustainability 114 Laws - Research 107

Public Health 111 Taxation 107 Musical Arts 113

Public Policy 100 Teaching (Early Childhood) 102 Music (Composition) 113

Publishing 99 Teaching 102 Music (Music Education) 113


(Health and Physical Education)
Rehabilitation Counselling 108 Music (Musicology) 113
Teaching (Primary) 103
Science 113 Music (Performance) 113
Teaching (School Counselling) 103
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Science in Coaching Psychology 114 Social Sciences 100


Teaching (Secondary) 103
Science in Medicine 110 Social Work 103
(Clinical Epidemiology) Urban and Regional Planning 97
Surgery - Research 111
Science in Medicine 116 Urban Design 97
(Clinical Neurophysiology) Veterinary Clinical Studies 114
Urbanism (Heritage Conservation) 97
Science in Medicine (General 110
Practice and Primary Healthcare) Urbanism 97
(Urban and Regional Planning)
Science in Medicine 110
(Infection and Immunity) Urbanism (Urban Design) 97

Veterinary Medicine 113


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POSTGRADUATE COURSES – TABLE NOTES

Below is some important information you need to know about
the courses presented in the tables from pages 96 to 117.

The information published in these tables is correct at Important tuition fee information
the time of publication for entry in 2019, and may be Tuition fees listed in this course table are:
subject to change. For the latest course information, −− quoted in Australian dollars and
including admission criteria, course structure and correct at the time of publication
availability, visit:
−− indicative tuition fees for study in Year 1,
−− sydney.edu.au/courses in the 2019 calendar year only
−− based on a full-time student enrolment load
Courses available for full-time study onshore
of 48 credit points per year, or 1.0 Equivalent
Courses listed in the postgraduate courses
Full‑Time Student Load (1.0 EFTSL) unless otherwise
table (pages 96 to 114) are CRICOS registered for
indicated. If your study load for the year is more
international students who intend to study full time in
or less than 1.0 EFTSL, your tuition fee will differ.

Postgraduate courses
Australia on a student visa. For more information on
CRICOS registered degrees, visit the CRICOS register. Courses less than 1.0 EFTSL
−− cricos.education.gov.au Please note that for courses that are less than
48 credit points per year (1.0 EFTSL), such as a
Courses not available for full-time study onshore graduate certificate (for which we list the credit points
Courses (or streams) listed in the postgraduate course against the tuition fee), we have indicated the tuition
table (on pages 115 to 117) do not meet the CRICOS fee based on the credit points required to complete
requirements for obtaining an Australian student visa the course.
to study full time onshore. However, courses offered In those cases, the tuition fee is not based on 1.0 EFTSL
by online/distance modes are available to international as stated in the column heading.
students from their home country. International
students in Australia who are not on a student visa, Annual review
depending on their visa type, may also be eligible to Importantly, tuition fees are subject to annual review
undertake courses/streams that are not offered full by the University and will increase each year, effective
time onshore. Some courses also have intensive study at the start of each calendar year.
periods onshore combined with online study. For the Other costs
latest information, visit: There are other costs in addition to tuition fees. For
−− sydney.edu.au/courses important fee-related information, refer to the costs
information on page 128.
Double degree progression requirements
Double degrees (for a description see the glossary on Key to the table
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page 133) have progression requirements that must be English – IELTS Academic
satisfied before you can be admitted to your second The first score is the overall score required, the
degree. For important information on progression second score(s) (in brackets) is the minimum score
rules, check your faculty handbook: required in each component (L for Listening,
R for Reading, S for Speaking, W for Writing).
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For information on other tests and meeting English


requirements, refer to the academic and English
language requirements section (page 124) or visit:
−− sydney.edu.au/study/english-reqs
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POSTGRADUATE COURSES
AVAILABLE FOR FULL-TIME STUDY ONSHORE

(A$) /1.0 EFTSL###


diploma available

(full time in years)

Year 1 tuition fee


IELTS Academic

2019 indicative
Commencing
certificate

semesters
Graduate

Graduate
available

Duration
Course name

Architecture, design and planning

Master of Architecture 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000


This degree provides a dynamic studio-based learning environment that produces graduates who are forward thinking, collaborative and at the forefront
of the changing architectural profession. You will be challenged to expand your conceptual and creative skills while being grounded in the requirements
essential for professional registration and practice after graduation.

Master of Architectural Science


In our Architectural Science program, you have the option to specialise in a single stream or a double stream in Audio and Acoustics, High-Performance
Buildings, Illumination Design and Sustainable Design.
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Master of Architectural Science - Single stream   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 33,500

Master of Architectural Science (Audio and Acoustics)


This stream will give you a solid foundation in the design, measurement and theory of audio and acoustics. You will gain a deep understanding of
how sound shapes our experience of communication, entertainment, and spatial awareness, opening up a diversity of career paths including audio
production, system design and acoustic consulting.

Master of Architectural Science (High Performance Buildings)


This stream is your pathway to an exciting and rewarding career in the built environment field. On graduation, you will have acquired an evidence-
based education on the design, service provision and operation of buildings in a sustainable manner, an area with increasing economic and
environmental importance. With extensive experience analysing and controlling the physical phenomena affecting buildings, practitioners of
architectural science have a profound impact on the function, aesthetics and efficiency of architectural spaces.

Master of Architectural Science (Illumination Design)


In this stream, you will develop your expertise in lighting for architectural and urban environments. You will also learn how sustainable lighting
technologies are changing illumination design practice and contributing to new opportunities for creative applications of contemporary materials,
colours and technologies. Our entire visual experience depends on light. It has a profound impact on the function and aesthetics of architectural
spaces, and is a vital part of architecture and interior design.

Master of Architectural Science (Sustainable Design)


This stream enables you to develop efficient and environmentally responsive buildings and retrofit existing buildings to meet today’s environmental
demands. With this knowledge, you will graduate as a sustainability expert and can choose from a range of career pathways include architecture,
property development, construction or urban planning. Sustainable designers are critical to ensuring that the plans on paper become a reality during
and after construction. Your skills in sustainable design are enhanced through the school’s expertise in the built environment.
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Master of Architectural Science - Double stream   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 33,500

Master of Architectural Science (Audio and Acoustics) (High Performance Buildings)


Master of Architectural Science (Audio and Acoustics) (Illumination Design)
Master of Architectural Science (Audio and Acoustics) (Sustainable Design)
Master of Architectural Science (High Performance Buildings) (Audio and Acoustics)
Master of Architectural Science (High Performance Buildings) (Illumination Design)
Master of Architectural Science (High Performance Buildings) (Sustainable Design)
Master of Architectural Science (Illumination Design) (Audio and Acoustics)
Master of Architectural Science (Illumination Design) (High Performance Buildings)
Master of Architectural Science (Illumination Design) (Sustainable Design)
Master of Architectural Science (Sustainable Design) (Audio and Acoustics)
Master of Architectural Science (Sustainable Design) (High Performance Buildings)
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Master of Architectural Science (Sustainable Design) (Illumination Design)


(A$) /1.0 EFTSL###
diploma available

(full time in years)

Year 1 tuition fee


IELTS Academic

2019 indicative
Commencing
certificate

semesters
Graduate

Graduate
available

Duration
Course name

Master of Design (Design Innovation and Strategic Design)  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 37,500

Master of Design (Design Innovation)  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

Master of Design (Strategic Design)  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

The suite of degrees within the Master of Design will provide you with specialist postgraduate training in the emerging fields of design innovation and
strategic design that can be applied across a wide range of disciplines. They will introduce you to the principles and methods for using design to achieve
innovation and strategic outcomes, and how to apply them in real-world design projects.

Master of Heritage Conservation   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 33,500

This degree allows you to develop specific skills in assessment, interpretation, management, formulation of policy, and documentation of culturally
significant places, including buildings, sites and cultural landscapes. You will be introduced to methods and practices of conservation, designing and
building new buildings in old settings, and the history, theory, law and policy of this unique area. This exciting field of study is much more than just the
simple preservation of existing buildings.

Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

The Interaction Design and Electronic Arts (IDEA) program is the first of its kind in Australia, created to infuse technological innovation with human-
centred design thinking. You will explore these technologies and their potential to solve critical problems in areas including biotechnology, sustainability,
social networking, urban informatics, wearable technology, health and responsive environments. Technology is becoming closely interwoven into everyday
life. How we create and design these interactions is crucial to their success and the positive impact they have on our lives. This understanding forms the
core of the IDEA program’s design philosophy: technology that is designed to delight its users.

Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 37,500
(Audio and Acoustics)

Postgraduate courses
This program offers students of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts an added specialisation in Audio and Acoustics. This will further differentiate your
skillset and enable you to work in the emerging area of interactive sound and audio design in entertainment, buildings and public spaces.

Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 37,500
(Illumination Design)
This program offers students of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts an added specialisation in Illumination Design. This will further differentiate your
skill set and enable you to work in the emerging area of interactive lighting in entertainment, hospitality, buildings and public spaces.

Master of Urban Design   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 33,500

This degree will develop your leadership and expertise in urban design and urbanism with a strong emphasis on sustainability, quantification and
implementation. A key feature of this degree is its multidisciplinary outlook and emphasis on communication and collaboration that emulates real-world
practice. The program’s core units will provide you with an appreciation and understanding of the historical and theoretical dimensions of urbanism and
design, urban morphology and the relationship between ecological processes and city form.

Master of Urban and Regional Planning   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 33,500

This degree is your pathway to the professional world of planning and is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia. You will be given the tools
and methodologies to work in planning-based roles both in Australia and globally, which you can experience during your degree through our extensive
international exchange network. Planning is a vibrant, challenging and rewarding career, infused with consideration for human welfare and social progress.

Master of Urbanism (Heritage Conservation) 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 33,500


The program introduces you to contemporary planning theories and debates while instilling professional expertise in key areas of heritage conservation
and policy. As a highly trained graduate, you will be differentiated through your broad knowledge of urbanism and deep specialisation in heritage to offer
your expertise across a range of urban conservation issues. The Heritage Conservation stream will allow you to choose core units designed to develop
skills in the assessment, interpretation, management, formulation of policy, and documentation of culturally significant places, including buildings, sites
and cultural landscapes.

Master of Urbanism (Urban Design) 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 33,500


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The program will introduce you to contemporary planning theories and debates while instilling professional expertise in key areas of urban design,
planning and policy practice. As a highly trained graduate, you will be in high demand from the planning industry, including both private sector and public
agencies including local and state government. The Urban Design stream will allow you to participate in the core Urban Design studio unit. It is designed to
develop your leadership and expertise in urban design and urbanism with a strong emphasis on sustainability, quantification and implementation.

Master of Urbanism (Urban and Regional Planning) 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 33,500

With a specialisation in Urban and Regional Planning, this degree will differentiate you as a highly qualified graduate who is eligible, subject to professional
experience requirements, for corporate membership of the Planning Institute of Australia. The program introduces you to contemporary planning
theories and debates while instilling professional expertise in key areas of planning practice. Developed in consultation with industry and the Planning
Institute of Australia, the study of urbanism is a pathway to specialisation as a professional urban planner, urban designer, heritage architect or consultant.

Research courses (Architecture, design and planning)

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture) 7.0 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 40,000


The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) may be undertaken across our five active research areas: Architectural Design; Architecture research
collaborative; Architectural Science; Design Lab; and Urbanism. This research degree is awarded for a thesis considered to be a substantial, original
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Master of Philosophy (Architecture) 7.0 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/​Oct 1–2 40,000


The research master’s degree allows a candidate to undertake research and advanced specialisation in any of the five research groups of Architectural
Design; Architecture research collaborative; Architectural Science; Design Lab; and Urbanism. Admission criteria include a bachelor’s degree with first or
second class honours in a relevant discipline. The final thesis for the conventional Master of Philosophy (Architecture), including those completing a thesis
with publications, is expected to be in the range of 30,000 to 60,000 words. The final thesis for a Master of Philosophy by creative works is expected to be
no more than 15,000 words, including a substantial creative body of work.

Arts and social sciences

Executive Master of Arts and Social Sciences 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000
An innovative, cutting-edge degree designed for those who aspire to professional leadership roles, display executive potential and who would like to
combine their professional aspirations with an interest in the arts and social sciences. This course has a strong emphasis on public policy analysis,
cultural awareness and sensitivity, ethical reasoning and critical analysis which, together with a focus on problem solving, leadership, legal strategy and
communication, equips you with a highly transferable and flexible skillset.

Master of Art Curating   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

Our Art Curating degree will provide you with a rich combination of core academic skills, historical knowledge, critical insight and community-engaged
experience, creating pathways to careers and professional development in art institutions of all types. You will explore and analyse traditional institutions
such as museums and galleries, as well as the expanding field of contemporary curating and its wide range of non-traditional exhibition spaces, including
artist-run and community art spaces, public art projects, festivals and commercial spaces.

Master of Creative Writing   7.0 (6.0 R/L/S; 7.0 W) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree invites you to explore and develop your skills in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and more. Throughout your studies, you will gain a deep
understanding of theories and histories of writing. This degree offers intimate access to Sydney’s literary life, including major literary and cultural events
and institutions with which the University has close ties, such as the Sydney Writers’ Festival.
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Master of Crosscultural and Applied Linguistics   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2.0 37,500

This degree offers exciting opportunities to deepen your knowledge of linguistics and cross-cultural communication, and develop new skills as you put
this knowledge into practice. Analyse the forms and functions of language, both spoken and written, and study how language connects with visual contexts
– gesture, image, film and sound, and digital platforms. You will develop a critical awareness of the connections between language, culture and society.
Gain experience and skills in professional practice relating to the application of cross-cultural and linguistic knowledge and skills, and pursue research as a
foundation for higher degree research.

Master of Cultural Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

The only Master of Cultural Studies on offer in Australia, this degree covers diverse topics of popular culture, media, gender, sexuality, globalisation,
cultural policy, the politics of health, embodiment and consumer culture. Using real-world examples, you will learn to analyse cultural forms and debate
their significance in context. You will also engage critically with culture in its manifest expressions and gain insight into identity, self‑expression and
embodiment.  

Master of Development Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree sheds light on the challenges in achieving sustainable economic development on a local, national and global scale. Bringing together critical
theories from across the social sciences, this expansive cross-disciplinary program allows you to specialise in topics such as international relations,
political economy, human rights, peace and conflict studies, anthropology, linguistics, public health, human geography, economics and sociology. The
degree offers exciting opportunities to put your development knowledge into practice, including chances to participate in a research project on a
community-based organisation in Sydney or take internship electives at local or international organisations.

Master of Digital Communication and Culture   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

A unique degree that offers a flexible program of study in multiple aspects of digital communication and culture, including the latest developments
in internet platforms, social media, research tools, digital audiences, mobile media, online governance, cross-media creative and games. This degree
provides a comprehensive platform from which to engage with digital technologies and their cultural contexts. You will gain an understanding of the recent
literature on technological change and its cultural contexts.
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Master of Economic Analysis   7.0 (6.5) Feb/Aug 1.5 46,500

This degree is designed for students who already have a strong background in economics. Built around a core of advanced training in economic theory
and econometrics, with access to electives across a wide range of applications of economics, the Master of Economic Analysis is focused on the skills
required to be a professional economist or economic analyst in the public and private sector. It is also suitable if you are seeking a path to a PhD in
economics.

Master of Economics   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 46,500

This degree provides you with the training and knowledge for a wide range of careers and focuses on advanced coursework in economics and data
analysis – critical skills in today’s workforce. Designed to be relevant to new graduates as well as professionals seeking further training in economics for
career progression or a career change, the Master of Economics encourages you to apply your training in practical ways to address major challenges in
business and policy.

Master of English Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree is designed for research students from Australia and overseas, secondary school teachers and those interested in studying English literature
at an advanced level. Through your studies, you will bring together contemporary critical theory with literary narratives and investigate how and why
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Master of Health Communication   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 40,000

This degree will provide you with the core media skills to become an effective communicator across health and medicine, public affairs, public relations,
community relations and journalism. Designed for aspiring and experienced communicators, health advocates, public relations specialists, media experts,
and healthcare professionals, this course encourages development of skills in clear communication of public health campaigns and policy topics; creation of
public education programs that nurture a more healthcare-literate population; the ability to raise awareness of, and advocate for, specific healthcare matters;
and management of communication technology, including social media, to ensure information accuracy and uphold ethical standards.

Master of Health Security   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 46,500

This degree aims to train a new generation of professionals, policymakers, government officials and security sector personnel to manage complex health
events and their wider social and economic consequences. In this intellectually rigorous and flexible multidisciplinary program of study and research, you
can draw on diverse areas of study, including agriculture, health sciences, medicine, nursing, public health, political science, law and business.

Master of Human Rights   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree provides you with an understanding of how human rights apply in various political, social, economic and environmental contexts. You will
develop critical skills in the effective use of human rights tools and language to achieve specific changes in the world while gaining skills to apply to real
situations and create workable solutions. Obtain vital knowledge of international and regional human rights systems and investigate areas including
sociology and social policy, political science and political economy, philosophy, history and human geography.

Master of International Relations   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000

Learn how to better understand and address the world’s most pressing challenges: war and peace; social and economic justice; poverty; development;
and environmental sustainability. You will study relations among states and between states and non-state actors, including the history, nature, and
evolution of the international system. We unite political, economic, social, security and cultural dimensions to study international affairs.

Postgraduate courses
Master of International Security   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000

Through this degree, you will develop an understanding of both traditional and emerging security challenges and apply theories to real-world situations
and current policy debates. Engage with a wide range of complex and interconnected issues, including the causes and consequences of war between
states; ethnic, religious and ideological conflicts; and threats to security and the stability of states from environmental degradation, infectious diseases,
climate change, nuclear proliferation, and the activities of non-state actors.

Master of International Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000

This degree will provide you with skills and knowledge in the study of globalisation, development, democracies, processes of state formation, international
organisations, theories of international relations, international political economy and security, global environmental politics, and Asia-Pacific and
Northeast Asian politics. Gain broad-based, flexible, tailor-made training with a focus on regional studies and comparative politics that may lead to further
research or employment within government, diplomacy, development, defence, intelligence, business, risk management, journalism, humanitarian and
non-government organisations.

Master of Media Practice   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 40,000

This degree focuses on media content production in a global context. You will enhance and strengthen your written and verbal communication skills, and
develop production skills in print, broadcast and online media. This course will provide you with a sophisticated understanding of the media, audiences
and global media environments to keep you relevant in an ever-changing and dynamic industry.

Master of Moving Image 6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 36,000

This degree offers a hands-on education in contemporary moving image production by teaching you how to develop a film project from concept to
screen. It is ideal for professionals pursuing a career in the film and digital media sector, and for anyone wishing to engage with contemporary filmmaking
and interactive media. You will have the flexibility to tailor the degree to your preferred pathway, be it research or professional practice, including the
option of undertaking a placement that interfaces directly with the moving image industry.

Master of Museum and Heritage Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree will equip you with a contextual understanding of core historical and theoretical developments in museum and heritage studies. You will learn
the frameworks for managing collections and sites and develop a practical understanding of the modes of interpretation used in the museum and heritage
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sector. You will undertake object and site research, significance assessment, archival research and exhibition development and contribute to heritage
studies and conservation management plans.

Master of Peace and Conflict Studies   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

One of only a handful of degrees of its kind in the world, the Master of Peace and Conflict Studies provides a distinctive qualification in a growing field and
can be tailored to your interests. In addition to a core program of peace and conflict studies units, you can pursue electives from a range of disciplines,
including development studies, human rights, political economy, international relations and security studies. From justice and reconciliation after mass
violence to the role of religion in war and peace, a broad range of subjects is on offer.

Master of Political Economy   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 40,000

Learn to view economic questions in their social and political context, and from different perspectives. You will gain a deep understanding of issues such
as power and inequality, globalisation and its impact on national economic policy settings, and the trade-offs between the free market and broader social
concerns. This degree provides extensive knowledge of key trends underlying the global economy and its transformation.

Master of Publishing   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

This degree will equip you with the latest skills required for the dynamic world of book, magazine, digital and online publishing. You will receive both
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professional training with direct vocational applications, as well as a scholarly approach to the history of publishing, its cultural significance and changing
directions. You will study book, magazine and online editing, manuscript preparation, making magazines, print and website production, publication design,
the book production and publishing business and marketing.
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Master of Public Policy   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 40,000

Gain a critical and multidisciplinary perspective on the global, national and local levels of a rapidly changing policy environment, with growing public
scrutiny, shrinking resources, and new trans-boundary challenges. Explore the opportunities and constraints stemming from political, social, economic,
civil and technological factors at both the national and global levels. During this degree, you will study migration, corruption, crisis management,
governance and the environment.

Master of Strategic Public Relations   7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 37,500

Acquire an understanding of public relations theory and practice at a time when new styles of management and the democratisation of workplaces
demand higher proficiency in communication skills from practitioners. You’ll gain the critical and strategic thinking skills to engage stakeholders in priority
initiatives in a complex media environment where the boundaries between information, entertainment, image and politics are increasingly blurred.

Research courses (Arts and social sciences)

Doctor of Arts 6.5 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 37,500


The Doctor of Arts allows you to pursue a higher degree of rigorous scholarship while advancing your professional practice. The professional doctorate
is designed to respond to the rapid changes taking place in the professional workplace which create demands on professionals such as journalists,
creative writers, anthropologists, linguists, policy advisers, managers, and others to upgrade their qualifications. Further training at the upper levels of the
discipline such as that offered to professional doctorate candidates can develop the applied knowledge and skills that are increasingly in high demand.

Doctor of Philosophy (Arts and Social Sciences) 6.5 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 37,500
Lead innovative and transformative research. This degree is a rigorous research program in which you will write a thesis of 80,000 words on an approved
topic of your interest under the supervision of a senior academic, developing invaluable research, critical analytical and professional skills.

Doctor of Philosophy (Visual Arts) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 3–4 36,000


The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) provides you with a critical and intellectual focus to explore a single proposed research topic full time over three to four
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years. Your research may reflect a critical exploration of the history, theory and practice of contemporary art; the development of new materials or
technologies; the relationship between contemporary art and society; or the relationship between contemporary art and other disciplines.

Doctor of Social Sciences 6.5 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 37,500


The Doctor of Social Sciences allows you to pursue a higher degree of rigorous scholarship while advancing your professional practice. The professional
doctorate is designed to respond to the rapid changes taking place in the professional workplace which create demands on professionals such as
journalists, creative writers, anthropologists, linguists, policy advisers, managers, and others to upgrade their qualifications.

Master of Arts (Research) 6.5 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 1-2 37,500


This degree is designed to meet the needs of students who would like to extend their studies beyond their undergraduate degree, primarily by thesis, but
do not have an undergraduate honours degree or other qualification that would allow entry into a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or Doctor of Philosophy
(PhD). The MA (Research) is a qualification for admission to higher degree research candidature. You cannot upgrade to a PhD without completing the
master’s. The MA (Research) can be taken in a range of subject areas, by research and thesis only, or a combination of thesis and coursework.

Master of Fine Arts 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 2 36,000


The Master of Fine Arts by research gives you the opportunity to develop your art practice within the structure of a research culture. You will build on
your practice by investigating a proposed area of research, and will be encouraged to produce work of an original and speculative nature. Your research
supervisor will provide personalised and dedicated attention to the development of your research outcomes.

Master of Philosophy (Arts and Social Sciences) 6.5 (6.0) Jan/Mar/Jul/Oct 1–2 37,500
Candidates for the degree of Master of Philosophy (MPhil) with research and write a thesis of 40,000 to 60,000 words on an approved topic under the
supervision of a member of the academic staff. Research can be undertaken in any one of the faculty’s schools (Economics; Letters, Art and Media;
Languages and Culture; Philosophical and Historical Inquiry; and Social and Political Sciences). Research in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences extends
across a diverse range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, embracing traditional, emerging and cross-disciplinary subjects.

Business
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Master of Business Administration 7.0 (6.0) Aug 1.5 50,000


(Leadership and Enterprise)
Our full-time MBA (Leadership and Enterprise) is taught over 18 months at our Sydney CBD campus and has a precise limit on class size. The program is
delivered in an intensive format, where students complete two units of study at a time over a seven to eight week period. You will `learn by doing' through
workshops with industry leaders; intensive group work; and tackling real world issues with a diverse cohort. You will graduate with the skills and knowledge
to build and lead future enterprises in a digital, hyper-connected world from tech start-ups to major corporations.
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Master of Commerce  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 46,500

This degree offers great choice and flexibility, allowing you to develop the knowledge and skills to advance your career in a wide range of specialisations
including Accounting; Banking; Big Data in Business; Business Information Systems; Finance; International Business; Logistics and Supply Chain
Management; Marketing; People, Management and Organisations; Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship; and more. Our program will give you
an applied understanding of core business concepts and practices. High achieving students have the option to take a work placement in Australia or
overseas.

Master of Human Resource Management and  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 46,500
Industrial Relations
This program will give you an understanding of key employment issues and the skills to respond to the rapid changes reshaping local and international
work practices and policies. You will graduate as an ethically aware, highly skilled practitioner in the field of human resources and employee relations.

Master of International Business 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.15 46,500


This degree will give you the skills to devise and implement strategic decisions that facilitate sustainable, global corporate growth. You will have the
opportunity to engage in a real-life, mini-consulting project for a company’s current or prospective international operations either in Australia or
overseas.

Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 46,500

This course is taught at the University’s Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, recognised by the Australian Government as a key centre of excellence
in transport and logistics research and education. You will learn to apply the concepts and techniques at the heart of logistics and supply chain
management and benefit from placement opportunities with leading companies. Upon graduation, you will be in demand.

Master of Management (CEMS) 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 46,500

Postgraduate courses
If you are fluent in a second language, the Master of Management (CEMS) will open doors for you internationally. We are the only university in Australia to
offer this prestigious program, which enables you to complete the CEMS Master’s in International Management program as part of your degree. You will
spend at least one semester overseas at a top university belonging to the exclusive CEMS network.

Master of Management 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.15 43,500


Ranked Number 1 in Australia by the Financial Times, The Economist and QS, the Master of Management will dramatically increase your employment
prospects. In just one year, recent graduates or early career changers will develop the skills that businesses demand, regardless of your previous
experience or undergraduate area of study.

Master of Professional Accounting  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 46,500

The Master of Professional Accounting offers you the opportunity to develop the knowledge and expertise you need for a rewarding career in accounting,
starting with associate membership of professional accountancy bodies. You will undertake advanced learning in both theory and professional practice
and learn to solve accounting and business problems in innovative ways.

Research courses (Business)

Doctor of Philosophy (Business) 7.0 (6.5) Mar/Jul 3–4 46,500


The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at the University of Sydney Business School may be undertaken within all disciplines, or in a research centre,
and in association with one of our dynamic research groups. The degree requires the satisfactory completion of six coursework units of study and a
research thesis of 80,000 words on an approved topic, under the supervision of an academic panel.

Master of Philosophy (Business) 7.0 (6.5) Mar/Jul 1–2 46,500


The University of Sydney Business School has an outstanding reputation for the quality of its research across a wide range of academic disciplines. The
Master of Philosophy takes at least one year of full-time study to complete, during which candidates undertake approved research and write a thesis of up
to 50,000 words.

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Graduate Certificate in Human and Community Services 6.5 (6.0) Aug 0.5 20,000
(24 credit
points)∞

Understand and appreciate the latest developments in policy and its application, practice and research in this vital and growing sector. Strengthen your
professional knowledge and specialise in your preferred sector, including community work policy and practice, mental health practice standards, and
policy responses to domestic violence in Australia.
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Master of Education   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

If you are a trained teacher, the Master of Education offers advanced learning in a dynamic climate of change and innovation. Designed for leaders and
future leaders of education, it enhances your knowledge and practical skills and deepens your understanding of educational theory and research. This
degree is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and
policymakers. You can complete the degree with units of study that suit your interests, including educational management and leadership, educational
psychology, international education, special and inclusive education, sports coaching, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL).

Master of Education  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000


(Educational Management and Leadership)
The Master of Education (Educational Management and Leadership) examines concepts in educational administration and management, from theories
and models of organisational behaviour to understanding change processes and their effects on organisations. You’ll research a range of human resources
development and management issues and their relationship to other developments in education, the economy and society.

Master of Education (Educational Psychology)  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

If you aspire to develop a deep understanding of learning, motivation, human development, thinking skills and individual differences, to apply to your
career in education or human resource management, the Master of Education (Educational Psychology) is the degree for you.

Master of Education (Special and Inclusive Education)  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

Develop the specialised skills and knowledge to teach children with special education needs, and for leadership, consultancy and resources roles in
special and inclusive education. This degree will equip you to tackle the real-world challenges that teachers face in the classroom every day. You will
explore how to work with students who have special education needs, how to prevent disruptive behaviour and teach students with learning difficulties.
You’ll gain a broad perspective on the issues, practices and philosophies in special and inclusive education.

Master of Education (Sports Coaching)  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

This degree will equip you to apply a significant range of coaching principles and complex techniques across a wide variety of coaching situations. You’ll
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acquire the capacity to apply professional and academic knowledge in developing and implementing effective learning experiences in the field of sports
coaching, examine the technological resources available to support the implementation of specific strategies in coaching athletes and teams, and develop
an integrated model with the right mix of training activities, coaching pedagogy and sports science to optimise athletic performance.

Master of Education (TESOL)   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

Develop the skills and knowledge to successfully face the practical challenges of English language teaching in a second language context. Using the latest
research, this degree investigates the theoretical basis of issues relating to applied linguistics and sociocultural contexts of education. This degree will
develop your professional expertise and knowledge in the areas of applied linguistics and English language education whether you are, or are aspiring to
become, an English language teacher of children, adolescents or adults. (Note: this degree does not in itself lead to a professional teaching qualification.)

Master of Learning Sciences and Technology  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000


(Professional)
This degree gives you unparalleled insight into the design, management and research of technology-supported learning. The professional pathway will
appeal if you’re looking to work as a learning and development manager, an instructional designer, a multimedia learning designer or a learning strategist.
The faculty’s Centre for Research on Computer-Supported Learning and Cognition (the CoCo Research Centre) offers specialised technologies and
facilities, including a combination of virtual and physical spaces equipped with the latest learning technology.

Master of Learning Sciences and Technology (Research)  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

The design and management of e-learning systems is a complex task that requires specialist skills and an understanding of how people and organisations
learn. This research pathway will suit you if you want to conduct research in ICT-supported learning or if you’re planning to progress to a higher research
degree. If you pursue the research pathway, you’ll complete a dissertation (12 credit points) on a topic chosen in consultation with your supervisor along
with core units of study in psychology and the design of technology-supported learning, emerging educational technologies and research frontiers.

Master of Social Work  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

This degree invites you to reflect on your practice, appraise alternative practices and theories, and assess your clients’ needs in new ways. You'll have the
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opportunity to critically evaluate your existing practice and provision, and gain skills to promote change, improve services and affect outcomes in the lives
and situations of your clients.

Master of Social Work (Qualifying) 7.5 (7.0) Feb 2 40,000

Become an accredited social worker by completing the Master of Social Work (Qualifying). You’ll advance your career and be ready for social work roles in
health and community services. This degree equips you to take on leadership roles in social work, the health and community services sector and related
fields of practice. If your ambition is to make a positive difference in mental health, women’s services, corrections, disability support, child and family
services, migrant and refugee services or international development, this is the program for you.

Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) 7.5 (7.0 R/W; 8.0 L/S) Feb 2 40,000
The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) enables you to qualify to teach children from birth to five years. You will develop the knowledge and skills to
become an outstanding early childhood teacher, professional decision maker, ethical leader, and theoretical and practical thinker.

Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education) 7.5 (7.0 R/W; 8.0 L/S) Feb 2 40,000
This degree will give you the knowledge, skills and practical experience to teach personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE) in
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secondary schools. With a strong focus on practical workplace training, your coursework is enhanced by more than four months of practical experience.
You’ll learn first hand how to tackle everyday teaching challenges as well as school visits and a nine week internship in a high school. As part of the final
internship, you will also complete a professional research project.
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Master of Teaching (Primary) 7.5 (7.0 R/W; 8.0 L/S) Feb 2 40,000
This degree prepares you to teach all primary school subjects from kindergarten to Year 6 (K-6). As well as learning about the policy frameworks that
shape teaching in NSW, Australia and internationally, you will attend lectures and complete assignments about issues in teaching, learning and curriculum
in all school years, from Kindergarten to the Higher School Certificate.

Master of Teaching (School Counselling) 7.5 (7.0 R/W; 8.0 L/S) Feb 2 40,000
Make a positive difference to the lives of children and adolescents through the Master of Teaching (School Counselling). This degree you to become an
accredited school counsellor as well as a teacher in one area of the secondary school curriculum. In New South Wales, accredited school counsellors are
qualified teachers who also have postgraduate qualifications in psychology (honours or the equivalent of a fourth year of study in psychology) sufficient
for eligibility for registration with the Psychology Board of Australia. On completion of this degree, you may choose to complete the necessary additional
requirements to become a registered psychologist, which includes a period of supervised practice.

Master of Teaching (Secondary) 7.5 (7.0 R/W; 8.0 L/S) Feb 2 40,000
Specialise in either one or two teaching areas at secondary education level, depending on your areas of interest. If your ambition is to teach science,
mathematics or languages, you can study one of these as a `double method’ teaching area, and you won’t need to study a second area. Alternatively you
can choose to study two `single method’ teaching areas, potentially broadening your future employment options.

Research courses (Education and social work)

Doctor of Philosophy (Education) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 3–4 40,000


Lead educational transformation and change. In the Doctor of Philosophy (Education), you will design and undertake an independent research project
under the guidance of a senior academic and an associate supervisor, culminating in an 80,000-word thesis. Cultivate research expertise and specialist
knowledge as you enhance your professional and academic opportunities.

Postgraduate courses
Doctor of Philosophy (Social Work) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 3–4 40,000
Lead transformational and life-changing research. In this degree, you will design and undertake an independent research project under the guidance of a
supervisor and an associate supervisor, culminating in an 80,000-word thesis. Cultivate research expertise and specialist knowledge as you enhance your
professional and academic opportunities.

Doctor of Social Work 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 3–4 40,000


The Doctor of Social Work (DSW) is a professional higher degree that involves directly relevant coursework, practice-development research at a high
standard, and a research thesis of 50,000 words that links the other two components. The DSW allows you to review and develop theoretical approaches
to the changing context of welfare. It also enables experienced practitioners in social work to develop excellence in field-based research and practice.
Graduates are equipped to lead in social work research as well as in instructing and mentoring social workers.

Master of Education (Research) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 1–2 40,000


This degree offers advanced training in education research and provides a research path to doctoral study in education. It is designed for people who
wish to undertake a research degree, but not one of the length and scale of a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy. It is also applicable for
those who in the future, wish to enrol in a PhD or Doctor of Education degree, but lack either an honours year or a degree that would permit them direct
admission. It is also an opportunity to enrol in a higher degree that contains some coursework, but not the amount required by the current Master of
Education (coursework) program.

Master of Philosophy in Education 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 1–2 40,000


Become a leader in research and education. In this degree, you will design and undertake a supervised research project, culminating in a 30,000-word
thesis, while developing invaluable research skills as you enhance your career and open pathways to further research.

Master of Philosophy in Social Work 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul 1–2 40,000


Transform social work through innovative research. In this degree, you will design and undertake a supervised research project, culminating in a 30,000-
word thesis. Cultivate invaluable research skills as you enhance your career and open pathways to further research.

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Graduate Diploma in Computing 6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.0 43,500

Our Graduate Diploma in Computing provides the ideal pathway to master's level study for those without a background in IT. Non-IT graduates wishing to
upskill or enhance their existing career with technology-based qualifications will gain a strong foundation in information technologies. They will also learn
to design specialist systems, and develop skills integral to a wide range of disciplines such as business, health, engineering and science.

Master of Complex Systems  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 43,500

Complex systems such as smart cities, mega-projects, power and data grids, ecosystems, and communication and transport networks, are composed of
numerous diverse interacting and interdependent parts. This degree will give you the expertise to design and manage such systems. You'll learn to model,
analyse and design resilient technological, socioeconomic and socio-ecological systems, and develop strategies for crisis forecasting and management.

Master of Data Science  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 43,500

The Master of Data Science is a professional degree for people who are passionate about drawing meaningful knowledge from data to drive business
decision-making or research output. It will develop your analytical and technical skills to use data science to guide strategic decisions in your area of
expertise. It also offers the flexibility to tailor learning to your professional and personal interests. Data is a vital asset to any organisation. It holds valuable
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insights into areas such as customer behaviour, market intelligence and operational performance. Data scientists build intelligent systems to manage,
interpret, understand and derive key knowledge from big data sets.
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Master of Engineering   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 44,500

If you are a qualified engineer seeking to move into a management role or to specialise or update your skills, this degree will build on your engineering
undergraduate degree by developing specialised technical knowledge in your chosen area. See the Master of Engineering specialisations below for more
information.

Master of Engineering (Automation and Manufacturing Systems)


By learning about automation and manufacturing systems, you'll be able to apply engineering principles to understand, modify or control the
manufacture, delivery and maintenance of technology components.

Master of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering)


Biomedical engineering develops technology to monitor physiological functions and assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

Master of Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)


You’ll develop specialised technical knowledge in chemical and biomolecular engineering, focusing on the design and management of industrial
processes guided by economic, environmental and societal considerations.

Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)


Develop specialised skills for planning, designing and testing structures within the built environment including dams, bridges, pipelines, roads, towers
and buildings.

Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)


Receive technical knowledge in electrical engineering, and learn about designing and building systems that generate, transmit, measure, control and
use electrical energy.

Master of Engineering (Fluids Engineering)


Develop specialised technical knowledge in fluids engineering, learning about fluid mechanics and engineering systems associated with the fluid
environment.
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Master of Engineering (Geomechanical Engineering)


Geomechanical engineering involves learning how to examine soil and rock layers and determine their physical and chemical properties to design
foundations and earthworks structures.

Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)


Mechanical engineering provides an advanced understanding of the design of mechanical components, whole machines, mechanical systems and
mechanical processes.

Master of Engineering (Power Engineering)


Power engineering develops advanced skills to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain power systems and equipment.

Master of Engineering (Risk Management)


Risk management provides an understanding of the standards applied to manufacturing and processing industries through project management,
industrial processing and risk management operations in an engineering context.

Master of Engineering (Software)


Software engineering develops specialised technical knowledge covering all aspects of software production from strategy and design to coding, quality
and management.

Master of Engineering (Structural Engineering)


Structural engineering gives an understanding of how structures and buildings resist and transfer natural and other forces to the ground.

Master of Engineering (Sustainability and Environmental Engineering)


Sustainability and environmental engineering explores the development of sustainable products and processes that maximise efficiency and minimise
environmental impact.
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Master of Engineering (Telecommunications Engineering)


Telecommunications engineering covers the design, construction and management of systems that carry out wireless transmission and broadcasting
of information.

Master of Health Technology Innovation  6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 43,500

If you are a health practitioner, engineer, IT professional or scientist, this unique program will equip you with the skills to deliver improved health
outcomes for patients through the innovative use of health technologies. Recognising the changing healthcare landscape, this degree will help you bridge
the gap between the technical and clinical arenas. Healthcare solutions are increasingly dependent on the innovative use of modern technologies. If you
are seeking to broaden your career options and take advantage of exciting opportunities in this emerging field, this professional degree is for you.

Master of Information Technology   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 43,500

This degree is designed for IT professionals looking to update and extend their technical knowledge of advanced computing subjects, or move into a new
IT specialisation. Internationally recognised, it can help advance your career in diverse fields such as software engineering, health, telecommunications and
more. The program is also an excellent retraining opportunity for professionals who want to specialise in a different area of IT.
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Master of Information Technology Management   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 43,500

If you are an IT professional or technically skilled graduate aiming to make the transition into management, this degree will help you develop the skills
to manage the design, delivery and operation of business technologies effectively. It will equip you with an in-depth understanding of key areas such as
data analytics, business intelligence, IT strategy and IT project management, to prepare you to succeed in managing areas that use technology to expand
business endeavours.

Master of Information Technology and   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 43,500


Master of Information Technology Management
If you are an IT professional or graduates wanting to develop both technical and management skills specifically related to technology, this combined
degree will improve your understanding of the latest advancements in IT and how to use them to drive organisational transformation. The degree’s
accelerated two-year structure gives you the opportunity to undertake specialist study in a range of IT-related disciplines along with a program in IT
management. It will deepen your technical knowledge of complex IT environments while developing your ability to manage the design, delivery and
operation of business technologies. The combined degree is accredited by the Australian Computer Society as a professional-level course.

Master of Professional Engineering 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 3 44,500

Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 2 44,500

If you are looking to make the transition from a science, IT or mathematics-based career to become an engineer, the Master of Professional Engineering
offers an accredited qualification that will enable you to practise in Australia and overseas. Alternatively, if you have an engineering degree but want to
change paths to a different specialisation (eg, Civil to Electrical), this degree is for you. In addition to the technical knowledge taught, it will allow you to
develop the communication, management and decision-making capabilities to interpret and discuss complex issues in your area of specialisation.
The two-year accelerated degree provides a shorter path for applicants with an undergraduate engineering degree who want to obtain an accredited
Australian degree in a related field of engineering. The following specialisations are available for both degrees:

Postgraduate courses
Master of Professional Engineering (Aerospace) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Aerospace)
The aerospace specialisation covers spacecraft and satellite design, aerodynamics, aircraft design analysis, and smart materials.

Master of Professional Engineering (Biomedical) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Biomedical)


The biomedical specialisation covers biomaterials engineering, applied tissue engineering, advanced engineering materials and computational fluid
dynamics.

Master of Professional Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Chemical
and Biomolecular)
The chemical and biomolecular specialisation explores industrial processes in which material in bulk undergoes physical or chemical changes.

Master of Professional Engineering (Civil) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Civil)


The civil specialisation will teach you about planning, designing and testing structures within the built environment, including dams, bridges, pipelines,
roads, towers and buildings.

Master of Professional Engineering (Electrical) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Electrical)


The electrical specialisation covers designing and building systems that generate, transmit, measure, control and use electrical energy.

Master of Professional Engineering (Fluids) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Fluids)


The fluids specialisation will teach you about fluid mechanics and engineering systems associated with the fluid environment.

Master of Professional Engineering (Geomechanical) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Geomechanical)


In the geomechanical specialisation, you’ll learn to examine soil and rock layers and determine their physical and chemical properties to design
foundations and earthworks structures.

Master of Professional Engineering (Mechanical) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Mechanical)


The mechanical specialisation will provide you with an advanced understanding of the design of mechanical components, whole machines, mechanical
systems and mechanical processes.
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Master of Professional Engineering (Power) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Power)


The power specialisation will provide you with advanced skills to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain power systems and equipment.

Master of Professional Engineering (Software) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Software)


The software specialisation addresses all aspects of software production from strategy and design to coding, quality and management.

Master of Professional Engineering (Structural) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated) (Structural)


The structural specialisation is concerned with the design of high-rise buildings, industrial complexes, bridges, stadiums, and sporting and exhibition
centres.

Master of Professional Engineering (Telecommunications) or Master of Professional Engineering (Accelerated)


(Telecommunications)
The telecommunications specialisation covers the design, build and management of systems that carry out the transmission and broadcasting of
information using wireless signals.
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Master of Project Leadership   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 44,500

Acquire the skills to establish and tailor sophisticated interdependent project frameworks, and develop an understanding of high-level concepts of
open-systems innovation, dynamic social networks and design thinking. This program is designed for experienced project managers and senior managers
seeking to develop the critical complex thinking and communication skills required for successful project leadership. An innovative and challenging
program, it will develop your strategic thinking capability and broaden conventional concepts of leadership, management, governance, risk, resilience and
sustainability.

Master of Project Management   6.5 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1.5 44,500

This degree will provide you with the advanced project management skills you will need for hands-on project management. This course is an ideal
complement to your on-the-job experience and will equip you with the fundamental methodologies, modelling and analytical techniques for the design
and implementation of projects across a wide range of industries. You will have the opportunity to work in small groups, sharing your industry knowledge
and expertise with fellow professionals.

Master of Project and Program Management  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 44,500

Designed for project managers with a minimum of two years’ work experience, this professional degree will help you to develop your strategic thinking
capability and gain the organisation skills to manage larger projects and program portfolios.

Research courses (Engineering and information technologies)

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering and IT) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 46,500
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program involves preparing a thesis that will make a substantial and original contribution to the specific subject area.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies focuses on multidisciplinary research centred on various key themes: field robotics; agricultural
engineering; biomedical engineering and technologies; human-centred technology; complex systems; materials and structures; food processing;
clean, intelligent energy networks; and water and the environment. This degree is awarded if your thesis is considered to be a substantial and original
contribution to the subject concerned.
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Master of Philosophy (Engineering and IT) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul/Oct 1–2 46,500
The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) program involves preparing a thesis that will make an original contribution to the specific subject area. The Faculty of
Engineering and Information Technologies focuses on multidisciplinary research centred on various key themes: field robotics; agricultural engineering;
biomedical engineering and technologies; human-centred technology; complex systems; materials and structures; food processing; clean, intelligent
energy networks; and water and the environment.

Law

Juris Doctor 7.5 (7.0) Feb 3 46,500


Embark on your next journey and learn from some world-renowned experts in law. One of Australia’s most reputable graduate entry degrees, the Juris Doctor
develops your skills of analysis, research, writing and advocacy. Join us to prepare for legal practice in the modern global age. The JD program includes study
of all the required areas of knowledge for admission to practise in Australia. The curriculum focuses on international, comparative and transnational aspects
of law. Whether you are planning to undertake further postgraduate study or research, or pursue a career as a solicitor, at the bar or in government service,
industry or the not-for-profit sector, your JD will equip you with the analytical, ethical and problem-solving skills you will need to excel.

Master of Administrative Law and Policy 7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500


The Master of Administrative Law and Policy is designed to develop your understanding of the relationship between law and the analysis and
implementation of public policy. It examines the values inherent in administrative law and those of public administration, together with the practical
aspects of the application of the law.

Master of Business Law  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

This specialist qualification in business law and regulation offers you an opportunity to choose from the entire range of units of study offered through
Sydney Law School’s commercial law, corporate, securities and finance law, international business law, international taxation and taxation programs. This
degree reflects the growing importance of legal literacy and business law expertise among non-lawyers working in business, finance, commercial and
corporate environments. It also provides a master’s-level qualification that builds on the completion of professional accountancy qualifications.
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Master of Criminology  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 40,000

Gain a critical understanding of criminology through a broad selection of interdisciplinary units delivered by some of Australia’s leading criminologists.
Designed for anyone with an interest in crime, punishment and criminal justice, the criminology program addresses contemporary questions about crime
and control within theoretical and policy contexts.

Master of Environmental Law  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

The unique and innovative Climate and Environmental Law program at Sydney Law School is at the forefront of contemporary issues in climate and
environmental law. It has been designed to meet the needs of both Australian environmental specialists and those from other countries. Climate and
environmental law form one of the most rapidly expanding areas of specialisation in the law. At Sydney Law School, this expansion is reflected in the
abundance and variety of units available in the study of this field.

Master of Health Law  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

Sydney Law School offers one of the nation’s leading postgraduate programs in health and medical law. The Master of Health Law is a flexible, specialist
postgraduate qualification providing wide-ranging interdisciplinary coverage of contemporary legal and social issues in health care.
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Master of International Law  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

An acknowledged leader in international law, Sydney Law School offers a unique program that focuses on core areas of international law with a variety of
specialisations. Our program allows you to undertake units of study with a comparative focus, or those that examine the international rules governing the
world as a whole.

Master of Jurisprudence  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

One of Sydney Law School’s key strengths, jurisprudence comprises the teaching of legal theory with a focus on the philosophical and sociological
aspects of law. The Master of Jurisprudence is an interdisciplinary program suitable if you are interested in the principles and operations of legal systems
or interdisciplinary research methodology. The course is designed to expose you to the importance of legal theory in its broad sense, which includes
philosophical reflection, sociological theory and comparative enquiry.

Master of Labour Law and Relations  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

Sydney Law School offers a rare and flexible program in employment and labour law that allows law graduates to pursue specific units in labour law,
employment law, discrimination law and dispute resolution. The Master of Labour Law and Relations is a sought-after qualification for people with or
without a law degree that merges the expertise of Sydney Law School with the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies (part of the University
of Sydney Business School) and the Department of Political Economy.

Master of Laws  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

The University of Sydney’s Master of Laws (LLM) program is one of the leading postgraduate coursework programs in law in Australia. It is a flexible and
highly sought-after degree that caters specifically for the needs of the legal profession. We cater to more than 20 areas of specialisation as well as offering
a number of specialised units of study, with units taught by our own experts as well as by international visitors. As a law graduate, you may choose from
the entire range of units of study offered through Sydney Law School’s postgraduate coursework program, allowing you to tailor an LLM program that suits
your academic and professional needs.

Postgraduate courses
Master of Taxation  7.0 (6.0) Feb/Aug 1 46,500

The Master of Taxation is a specialist qualification in Australian tax law, drawing upon the Sydney Law School’s taxation program, one of the world’s most
respected and established. The curriculum has been designed to meet professional requirements at a national and international level and is relevant to
those in the Australian tax profession, whether as lawyers, accountants, public administrators or academics, who wish to build on their experience and
attain a high level of specialist tax expertise. Sydney Law School is internationally renowned for tax education.

Research courses (Law)

Doctor of Philosophy (Law) 7.0 (6.0) Mar/Jul 3–4 46,500


The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at Sydney Law School equips you for careers in advanced research, policy development, public service, tertiary teaching
or professional leadership. You will benefit from a vibrant and dynamic research culture and engage with internationally renowned faculty members who
are experts across a range of fields. Student will submit a thesis of approximately 80,000 words.

Master of Criminology - Research 7.0 (6.0) Mar/Jul 1–2 46,500


The Master of Criminology by Research enables you to further explore aspects involving criminal law, forensic psychiatry, drug policy and the law, gender
and race relations, youth and crime, policing in society, and other social and cultural aspects of criminal justice. Your 50,000‑word supervised thesis must
make a substantial contribution to the knowledge of the subject concerned. Candidates are also required to undertake the compulsory research-support
unit of study, LAWS6077 Legal Research 1.

Master of Laws - Research 7.0 (6.0) Mar/Jul 1–2 46,500


The Master of Laws by thesis equips candidates for careers in advanced research, policy development, public service, tertiary teaching or professional
leadership. It will enable you to acquire and develop sophisticated research and analysis skills, honed through work on a topic of your choice that expands
legal thinking and understanding. Your 50,000-word supervised thesis must make a substantial contribution to the knowledge of the subject concerned.
Candidates are also required to undertake the compulsory research-support unit, LAWS6077 Legal Research 1.

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Master of Diagnostic Radiography 7.0 (6.0 R/L; 6.5 W/S) Feb 2 51,500
This course prepares graduates for clinical practice in the profession of diagnostic radiography with a commitment to lifelong learning and evidence-
based practice. The course is a graduate-entry program (students are required to have completed an undergraduate degree prior to entry), however it is
designed to accommodate all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their previous discipline. As the course leads to eligibility to practise, you will be
assisted with achieving prescribed professional competencies through practical and theoretical skill acquisition and clinical placements.

Master of Exercise Physiology 7.0 (7.0) Feb 2 46,500


This course is designed to produce graduates who possess the knowledge, competencies and clinical experience required for safe and effective clinical
exercise practice. You will explore metabolism and physiology, human motor learning and control, the principles of exercise programming, nutrition and
pharmacology, and musculoskeletal principles of exercise. Integrated clinical practice instruction, practicums, and case studies will provide the advanced
skills and experience essential for professional practice. Clinical placements are undertaken in both the public and private sectors.

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This course prepares graduates for clinical practice in the profession of occupational therapy. Occupational therapists work with their clients to overcome
barriers that may be preventing them from participating more fully in life. This might involve teaching alternative techniques to achieve a given task,
or facilitating improvement of skills. Occupational therapists collaborate with family and carers where needed, and typically work in teams with other
health professionals. The course is a graduate-entry program (you are required to have completed an undergraduate degree prior to entry), however it is
designed to accommodate all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their previous discipline.
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Master of Physiotherapy 7.0 (7.0) Feb 2 56,000


This course prepares graduates for professional practice as physiotherapists. Physiotherapists use highly-developed clinical reasoning skills to assess,
diagnose and treat people with movement problems caused by a wide variety of joint, muscle, nerve and metabolic disorders. They use a range of
drug-free techniques to treat and prevent injuries, and assist their clients to maintain fit and healthy bodies. The focus of physiotherapy is upon patient-
centred care. The core areas of the course are introductory and advanced musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy, applied to
patients across the lifespan.

Master of Rehabilitation Counselling  6.5 (6.0) Feb 2 46,500

This course prepares graduates for professional practice as rehabilitation counsellors. Graduates attain professional status as a rehabilitation counsellor
and are qualified to provide specialist counselling, rehabilitation and case management services to people who have experienced injury, disability or
social disadvantage. You will gain the information and skills you need to assist people to attain maximum participation in employment and community life
through appropriate assessment, counselling, service provision and support.

Master of Speech Language Pathology 7.0 (7.0) Feb 2 56,000


The Master of Speech Language Pathology prepares graduates for professional practice as speech pathologists. Speech pathologists work with children
and adults who have communication and speech difficulties, including problems with speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, voice problems and
stuttering. They also work with children and adults who have swallowing difficulties or need alternative ways to communicate. The curriculum for this
master's degree has been designed to enable students to learn in a way that resembles the clinical practice of speech pathology.

Research courses (Allied Health)

Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences) 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul/Oct 3–4 46,500

The Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences) provides an opportunity for intensive research training across our broad priority research areas of cancer
diagnosis and rehabilitation, communication and sciences disorders, disability and mental health, musculoskeletal health and physical activity, lifestyle,
ageing and wellbeing. As a doctoral student, you will engage with a community of world-class research scholars to develop your expertise through
seminar presentations and collaborative relationships with government, industry and international organisations. Over the 3-4 year period, you will gain
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advanced research and critical thinking skills that will see you publish work in journals and influence health policy that will culminate in the completion of
a significant thesis of work.

Master of Applied Science - Research 6.5 (6.0) Mar/Jul/Oct 1–2 46,500


This course allows you to conduct high-impact, multidisciplinary research that spans the broad areas of cancer diagnosis and rehabilitation,
communication and sciences disorders, disability and mental health, musculoskeletal health and physical activity, lifestyle, ageing and wellbeing. You
will work individually on your research project under the direction of a supervisor who is a leader in the allied health field. Across the 1-2 year research
period, you will gain advanced research and critical thinking skills that will see you publish work in journals, influence health policy and expand your career
prospects.

Dentistry

Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry 7.0 (7.0) Jan 1 67,000


(Advanced Restorative)
The Advanced Restorative course will provide you with a high level of knowledge and advanced skills in the areas of advanced restorative dentistry,
prosthodontics and oral implants. Building on the foundation of the graduate certificate, this graduate diploma provides more intensive theoretical and
clinical work, which can then be followed by the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Prosthodontics) or a higher degree by research in this field.

Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry 7.0 (7.0) Jan 1 67,000


(Surgical Dentistry)
This course provides the opportunity for dentists registered in Australia to develop skills and acquire knowledge essential for oral surgery through a
comprehensive curriculum of theoretical and clinical studies. It has a foundation of evidence-based practice, will enable the provision of a range of oral
surgery services including appropriate oral surgical management of medically compromised patients, and will include oral medicine and oral pathology
components as well as implants. You will also complete a research project in the field of oral surgery under the supervision of an academic staff member.

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The Oral Medicine program will develop your skills in the non-surgical management of the full range of oral diseases as well as for the care of medically
compromised patients in hospital and non-hospital settings. You will learn about the diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of diseases of the oral mucosa
and salivary glands, facial pain and oral manifestations of systematic diseases such as HIV. This course will give you an understanding of the oral healthcare
needs of medically compromised patients, including transplant recipients, in close cooperation with the medical and surgical units of Westmead Hospital.
Diagnostic oral and general pathology form integral parts of the course. You will also complete a research project in the field of oral medicine and oral
pathology under the supervision of an academic staff member.

Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) 7.0 (7.0) Jan 3 67,000


The Orthodontics program provides the opportunity for you to develop skills and acquire knowledge essential for specialisation in orthodontics through
a comprehensive curriculum of theoretical and clinical studies. Technique instruction is based on fixed appliance therapy, comprising Begg and Edgewise
philosophies, including a self-ligating bracket technique. As a capstone to your studies, you will complete a research project in the field of orthodontics