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Bachelor of Business
The Bachelor of Business replaces the Bachelor of Management in 2018. This course is designed to encourage students to learn through real experiences, which help integrate knowledge, consolidate skills, tackle real problems, and reflect on the experience to develop a professional identity. Specialisations include: event management, film and television, people management, property and real estate, retail management.
Bachelor of Criminology / Cyber Security
From 2018 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Cyber Security or the Bachelor of Criminology/ Bachelor of Cyber Security will benefit from a compulsory industry-based placement. Students complete a minimum 100-hour placement with an approved organisation, ensuring that graduates have relevant industry experience.
Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)
Students will now be required to complete a minimum of 60 days with an approved organisation so as to provide them with increased opportunities to apply and consolidate their knowledge and build professional networks prior to graduation.
Bachelor of Computer Science
The Bachelor of Computer Science will from 2018 have 17 core units including a compulsory industry-based placement unit and six general electives. Students will be equipped with the skills and competencies needed to design and develop data-driven computing solutions to existing and emerging problems in areas like data analytics, robotics, intelligent systems, and so on.
Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
From 2018, the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science will have a new structure and redeveloped subjects to meet the new Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) national standards. All graduates will be eligible for accreditation with ESSA as an Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES).
All students will be able to choose at least one of five majors to complement their degree – applied sport science, exercise physiology, physical activity and exercise for health, sport coaching, and strength and conditioning. Other majors are available such as sports nutrition and psychology.