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Found 6 related courses for University of New England Diploma Degrees
UNE-CWW-DIP | Undergraduate
Nurture individuals and communities
Follow, or build upon, your natural urge to protect and nurture those around you. Develop skills that form the core of care professions. Gain a pathway into a degree in nursing, social work or community services.
UNE-MDL-DIP | Undergraduate
Further your knowledge in a language
After first completing two subjects in Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian or Japanese, enter this course to gain a deeper understanding. Become proficient in the language and the culture of its people. Graduate with an advantage in the workforce globally.
UNE-INF-DIP | Undergraduate
Build a foundation in computing and boost your IT career
Your journey to becoming an IT professional starts here. Start with core subjects in programming. Then explore advanced topics including web, data science, and database management. Get the technical and professional skills needed in today’s IT careers.
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Expand your career opportunities
Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.
UNE-DSC-DIP | Undergraduate
Discover the basic methods, techniques, and tools of science
Engage your curiosity about the natural world with this online science course. Build a solid and broad foundation of scientific knowledge, starting with core subjects including physics and chemistry. Focus on a specialisation such as maths or biology.
UNE-PLS-DIP | Undergraduate
The professional pathway to a paralegal career
Become a paralegal, legal secretary, or law-related professional. Start with the basics of the Australian legal system and laws. Develop your professional skills including communication and research. Touch on business law and procedure law.
UNE-ART-DIP | Undergraduate
The first step in your journey through humanities, arts and social sciences
Explore humanity through the lens of culture, history, and society. This introduction to university studies includes academic research and writing, and your choice of subjects exploring human culture and achievement.