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TAS-SUS-DIP | Undergraduate
Help our planet last longer
Think about your experiences as an individual, consumer and citizen in terms of sustainability at a range of scales; regional, nationally and globally. Discover tools to bring sustainability to life. Consider social justice, equity and diversity.
TAS-CAH-DIP | Undergraduate
Combine arts with health
Discover how creative arts interventions in health care settings can have a positive impact on people’s lives. Learn through case studies, data and neuroscience. Explore your own creativity and ties to community. Advocate creativity.
TAS-GLM-DIP | Undergraduate
Start your future in managing exports, imports and more
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Expand your career opportunities
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TAS-USP-DIP | Undergraduate
Get a head start on your psychology degree
Combine preparatory subjects with foundational psychology subjects, and you get a pathway to a Bachelor of Psychology. Set yourself up for success with skills in academic writing and numeracy. Be introduced to the fascinating study of human behaviour.
TAS-USB-DIP | Undergraduate
Get a head start on your business degree
Combine preparatory subjects with foundational business subjects, and you get a pathway to a Bachelor of Business. Set yourself up for success with skills in academic writing and numeracy. Pick business electives from marketing to management and more.
TAS-AGS-DIP | Undergraduate
Support and care for the ageing population
Learn to work with older adults and their families in the aged care, health and social systems. Explore the biological aspects of ageing. Learn about dementia from health and social perspectives. Get set to join a critically important workforce.
TAS-FAM-DIP | Undergraduate
Discover the secrets of your family’s past
What does your family history entail? In today’s age, it’s possible to find out a lot about our ancestors. You just need to know where to look, and what to do with information. Build skills in finding, interpreting, storing and sharing information.