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TAS-HLP-GCE | Postgraduate
Learn how to jump into action during a health crisis
If you work in healthcare or emergency services, then this timely course could be for you. Discover how to respond to public health incidents like COVID-19 outbreaks and bushfire smoke. Understand the science and regulations behind public health surveillance.
TAS-FSP-MAS | Postgraduate
Specialise in the corporate world and finance industry
In addition to developing a critical understanding of the complex field of finance, this Masters degree offers specialisations in business research, data management, and environmental management. Specialise and unlock your international career.
- Business Research - Major Project
- Business Research - Minor Project
- Data Management
- Environmental Management
TAS-FIN-MAS | Postgraduate
Prepare for a global career in the evolving finance industry
Develop a critical understanding of the complex field of finance. You’ll get to know Australian and international financial markets, and gain confidence with solid decision-making skills backed by data. Forge your professional career in finance.
TAS-FIN-GDI | Postgraduate
Start your career in money management
This course is ideal for those who are already qualified in another sector and want to move into finance. You'll get to know the fundamentals of corporate finance, economics and business. You can then use this knowledge to enrol in more advanced study.
TAS-FIN-GCE | Postgraduate
Get to know the financial side of business
This six-month course is a perfect introduction to finance. Increase your financial literacy for a current role or use your qualification as a path into further study. You'll explore four key subjects, including corporate finance and investment analysis.
TAS-ENR-DIP | Undergraduate
Get on track for a career in rail engineering
Dive into designing, constructing, commissioning, monitoring, maintaining and managing a section of track. Build skills to communicate and ensure the track meets standards.
TAS-EDS-ADG | Undergraduate
Guide students towards a supportive learning experience
Become the true hero of the classroom with skills to support and empower learners experiencing difficulties. Help those who lack confidence, motivation or who might be disengaged. Make a difference to teachers and learners alike.
TAS-ECO-DEG | Undergraduate
Gain a competitive advantage with an economics degree
Unlock careers in business and the broader community. Grow your mindset to solve problems faced by industry, government, and society. This degree teaches you the foundation principles in economic theory plus a specialisation of your choice.
- Industry, Policy and Business Strategy Major Subjects
- Society and Environment Major Subjects
TAS-DMC-GCE | Postgraduate
Find your place in the practices and systems of dementia care
Help to improve the lives of people with dementia and support their families and the community. Explore health science aspects and social issues. Begin to understand relevant neurobiology. Study public health policies and systems.
TAS-DEC-DIP | Undergraduate
Make a positive difference to the lives of people living with dementia
Develop a specialised understanding of dementia and explore the special type of care that’s required. This course is open to anyone interested in learning about dementia and presents pathways to rewarding careers within the growing aged care industry.
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