Education - The Future is Here!
The Faculty of Education has moved into their new home at the Clayton campus – the Learning and Teaching Building.
Positioned as the gateway to the Clayton campus from Wellington Road, this visually inspiring, world-class environment has been designed to accommodate and enhance new styles of learning experience.
With more than 60 state of the art teaching spaces, this innovation hub provides a collaborative focus for our students to engage in learning.
At the undergraduate level, the Faculty of Education offers the following courses at the Clayton campus:
Bachelor of Education (Honours) in:
– Primary and Secondary Education
– Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education
– Primary Education double degrees in Arts, Business, Commerce, Fine Art, Information Technology, Music and Science
– Secondary Education double degree in Arts, Business, Commerce, Fine Art, Information Technology, Music and Science.
Please note, some inter-campus travel may be required for some double degrees.
For a virtual tour of the Learning and Teaching Building, please visit monash.edu/lt-building
We look forward to welcoming your students to our new home in 2018 through our range of course information sessions and interactive workshops.
Information Technology - IT v's Computer Science v's Software Engineering
The Faculty of Information Technology offers both breadth and depth, giving students an excellent choice of courses and units in our undergraduate programs. The hardest decision can be choosing between courses. Here’s a summary to assist your students.
■■ Application of computer-based technologies and systems to meet individual and organisational information needs
■■ Highly practical: use, develop and manage IT based systems
■■ Focus on a wide range of aspects of IT: from technical computing, games, interactive media to information and business related themes
■■ Choose from 5 majors and 14 minors
■■ Theory and practice of applying computers and software to problem solving
■■ Design algorithms (instructions for computers) and data structures (ways to store information)
■■ Acquire practical programming skills to implement these in efficient software that solves real-world problems
■■ Choose a specialisation from Advanced Computer Science or Data Science
■■ Apply engineering principles to systematically analyse, develop and improve software to ensure it runs effectively, safely and securely
■■ Learn how to program on a large scale – build complex systems across large teams to formally validate and verify the code
■■ Prepares students to be good at three main areas of Software Engineering: quality, process and design
There is some overlap within these three areas. Essentially, they exist in subsections of the same discipline, allowing students to perform varied tasks that complement their study areas.
Engineering - ENGenuITy Change the World with Engineering and IT
CALLING ALL YEAR 10 GIRLS!
■■ Want to make the world a better place in the future?
■■ Love maths, science and tech?
■■ Enjoy tackling challenges and solving problems?
Applications are now open for Monash University’s fun and inspiring school holiday workshop for Year 10 girls – ENGenuITy – Change the World with Engineering and IT!
Hosted by Australia's #1 ranked Engineering school in conjuction with iyr faculty of Information Technology, your students will havbe the chance to learn about the huge variety of career options for engineers and IT specialists. They'll also hear stories from women with successful engineering careers including Elizabeth Croft, Monash Dean of Engineering and Marissa Thomas, founder of The STEAM Engine Co and former President of Monash University’s Robogals.
Your students will even build, code and take home their own robot! They’ll take part in games, experiments, activities at the IT and Engineering Expo, and discover the diverse range of courses Monash has to offer.
Who: Female Year 10 students
Date: Tuesday 10 July 2018
Time: 9.15am – 3.45pm
Location: New Horizons, 20 Research Way, Clayton campus
Cost: Free! Morning tea and lunch provided
All attendees will be given an attendance certificate.
To secure a place, students will need to tell us in 50 words or less why they want to come!
For more information, email Leanne Waller at [email protected]
Change the World with Engineering and IT is proudly supported by Arconic Fastening Systems.
Business - Choice & Flexibility
At Monash Business School, we pride ourselves on having lots of choice and flexibility to support our students who have many different interests and career aspirations. We understand that so much choice can be a bit daunting to navigate, so to make things easier, we have simplified our course structure – but don’t worry, we’ll still be offering a full compliment of diverse business and commerce courses as well as a wide range of degree combinations!
All courses will be known simply by their specialist name – they will no longer be tagged under Business or Commerce (specialist):
■■ Bachelor of Accounting
■■ Bachelor of Banking and Finance
■■ Bachelor of International Business
■■ Bachelor of Marketing
■■ Bachelor of Actuarial Science
■■ Bachelor of Economics
■■ Bachelor of Finance
Our comprehensive degrees still include:
■■ Bachelor of Business Administration
■■ Bachelor of Business
■■ Bachelor of Commerce
This will make it much easier to find when filling out VTAC preferences.
DOUBLE DEGREE CHOICES
Double degrees are a great way to develop breadth and depth. Students can keep their options open, develop expertise in different but complementary areas, or simply pursue two areas of interest in greater depth. There are 24 double degree combinations.
For more information, visit monash.edu/ business/future-students/undergraduate- study-options
MNHS - Campus Tours and Revision Lectures
Winter and Spring Break Campus Tours
Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences will be opening its doors to prospective students this winter break. They will get the opportunity to tour our advanced clinical facilities, comfortable study spaces and take a peek at everything else Monash University’s largest research faculty has to offer.
Each tour begins at 11am on the following dates:
■■ Monday 2 July (Clayton)
■■ Thursday 10 July (Peninsula)
■■ Tuesday 25 September (Clayton)
■■ Thursday 27 September (Peninsula)
Take a look at our website for event and registration details: monash.edu/medicine/ news/events/events/winter-and-spring-break-campus-tour-medicine
Free VCE Psychology and Health and Human Development Revision Lectures
We’ll also be running revision seminars for students studying Units 3 and 4 VCE Psychology and Health & Human Development.
Dates: Tuesday 25 September at 10am and Wednesday 26 September at 3pm Venue: Monash University, Clayton campus
For further information and to register, go to monash.edu/medicine/news/events/ events/free-vce-revision-lectures