Charles Strut University Programs

by / Sunday, 28 February 2016 / Published in Charles Sturt University (STUDY GROUP)

Charles Strut University Programs List

Agricultural and Wine Sciences

Course and session of intake Major fields of study IELT

Score

Further study
Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Agribusiness
Farm management
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Sustainable Agriculture
Doctor of Philosophy
Other Masters degrees by coursework or research – refer to: www.csu.edu.au/courses/agricultural-wine-sciences
Master of Sustainable Agriculture
Graduate Diploma of Sustainable Agriculture
Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Sustainable Agriculture 6 (W-6) Doctor of Sustainable Agriculture

Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Bachelor of Equine Science
Session 1 (Feb) / session 2 (JULY)
Equine Science,
including Exercise Physiology and Locomotion,
Equine Reproduction, Horse Health and Welfare,
Horse Management, Science
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Animal Science
Master of Animal Science
Postgraduate Diploma of Animal Science [exit point only] Postgraduate Certificate in Animal Science [exit point only] Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Animal Science 6 (W-6) Doctor of Philosophy – Science
Doctor of Sustainable Agriculture
Master of Philosophy

Business

Bachelor of Accounting
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Accounting 6 Master of Accounting Practice
Master of Applied Finance
Master of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business (Management)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Management 6 Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Leadership
Master of Commerce
Master of Management
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July) / SESSION 3 (nov)*
Marketing 6 Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Leadership
Master of Commerce
Master of Marketing
Bachelor of Business Studies
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Accounting
Business Management
Finance
Human Resource Management
International Business Management
Marketing
Tourism Management
6 Master of Commerce
Master of Professional Accounting

Communication and Creative Industries

Bachelor of Communication (Advertising)
Session 1 (Feb)// Session 2 (Jul)
Advertising,
Creative Development, Integrated Marketing Communications,
Digital and Social Media, Channel Communication, Client Management,
Strategic Planning
6.5 (6) Bachelor of Communication (Honours)
Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Newsgathering and Writing,

Convergent Storytelling, Data Mining and Research,

Specialist Reporting, Cross-platform Journalism,

Multi-platform Publishing and the Law, Long Form Journalism,
Multimedia Content Management

6.5 (6) Bachelor of Communication (Honours)
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Animation and Visual Effects)               Session 1 (Feb)/Session 2 (Jul) 6
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design   (Graphic design and Photography)         Session 1 (Feb)/Session 2 (Jul) 6
B of Sports Studies/B of Communication (Journalism)                                                 Session 1 (Feb)/Session 2 (Jul)

Environmental Science and Outdoor Recreation

Bachelor of Applied Science
(Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Indigenous and Cultural Heritage
Outdoor Recreation (Adventure)
Wildlife and Conservation
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Applied Science
Master of Environmental Management
Master of GIS and Remote Sensing
Master of Natural Resource Management
Master of Water Resource Management
Bachelor of Applied Science
(Parks, Recreation and Heritage)
Associate Degree in Applied Science
(Parks, Recreation and Heritage) [exit point only] Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Indigenous and Cultural Heritage
Visitor Services and Open Space
Wildlife and Conservation
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Applied Science
Master of Environmental Management
Master of GIS and Remote Sensing
Master of Natural Resource Management
Master of Water Resource Management
Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
includes integrated honours
Environmental Science, including Conservation Biology,
Earth Science,Ecology,

Environmental Issues, Human Interactions with the Environment, International Issues, Water Resource Management,

Wildlife and Vegetation Ecology

6 Bachelor of Environmental Science
and Management (Honours)
Graduate Diploma of Ornithology
Master of Environmental Management
Master of GIS and Remote Sensing
Master of Natural Resource Management
Master of Water Resource Management

Exercise and Sports Sciences

Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Teaching (Secondary) in Movement Science, Personal Development / Health / Physical Education 6 Master of Education (with specialisations)
Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Exercise Science
Health Education / Promotion
Movement Science
Sociocultural Studies
6 Bachelor of Exercise Science (Honours)

Humanities, Social Work and Human Services

Bachelor of Arts
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Art History
English
History
Indigenous Studies
Philosophy
Politics
Psychology
Sociology
6 Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)
Postgraduate degrees by coursework and research – refer to: www.csu.edu.au/courses/humanities-social-sciences

Information Technology, Computing and Mathematics

Bachelor of Computer Science
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Computer Science
Games Programming
6 Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)
Master of Information Technology
Master of Systems Development
Bachelor of Information Technology
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July) / session 3 (NOV)*
Information Technology Management
Network Engineering
Online Systems
Software Design and Development
Systems Administration
Systems Analysis
6 Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)
Graduate Diploma of Information Technology
Master of Information Technology
Bachelor of Science – Mathematics major
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Mathematics
Other majors available in:
Analytical Chemistry
Conservation Biology
Microbiology
Plant Science
Spatial Science
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)

Medical Science and Dentistry

Bachelor of Clinical Science
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Biomedical Sciences
Research Design and Analysis
Social and Ethical Issues in Health
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Medical Science
Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Imaging) (Conversion) 6.5 (6)
Bachelor of Medical Science
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Biotechnology
Clinical Physiology
Pathology
6 Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Master of Medical Science with specialisation

Psychology

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Psychology 6 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours)

Science

Bachelor of Science
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Analytical Chemistry
Conservation Biology
Mathematics
Microbiology
Plant Science
Spatial Science
6 (5.5) Bachelor of Science (with specialisations) (Honours)
Masters degrees by coursework or research
– refer to: www.csu.edu.au/courses

Teaching and Education

Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Teaching (Secondary) in Movement Science or Personal Development /
Health / Physical Education
R, W – 6.5; L,S – 7.5 Master of Education (with specialisations)
Bachelor of Education (K-12)
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July) – Primary and Secondary school settings
Teaching (Primary)
Teaching (Secondary) in Business Studies,English,

Mathematics,
Modern History or Science

R, W – 6.5; L,S – 7.5 Master of Education (with specialisations)

Theology and Religious Studies

Bachelor of Theology
Associate Degree in Theology [exit point only] Diploma of Theology [exit point only] Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (July)
Biblical Studies
Church History
Practical Theology
Systematic Theology
6 Bachelor of Theology (Honours)
Master of Arts (Pastoral Counselling)
Master of Ministry
Master of Theology
Graduate Diploma of Theology
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Theology 6 (W-6) Master of Theology
Master of Ministry
Graduate Diploma of Ministry [exit point only] Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Ageing and Pastoral Studies
Church Leadership and Management
Christian Education
Cross Cultural Ministry
Institutional Chaplaincy
Ministry Studies
Mission and Evangelism
Pastoral Counselling
Research in Ministry
6 (W-6) Doctor of Ministry
Doctor of Philosophy – Arts
Master of Theology
Session 1 (Feb) / Session 2 (Jul)
Theology 6 (W-6) Doctor of Philosophy – Arts

For more details – Charles Strut University International course matrix – July’16

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