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  • Produce a career in content and design

    Write and edit content to publish online. Craft diverse writing styles and genres from features to speeches for personal and commercial audiences. Explore how people network and connect using the internet. Design websites and online experiences.

  • Design your interactive future

    Visualise and communicate your talent for designer concepts. Create a digital footprint networking with technology. Critique the complex interaction between people and the internet. Network and browse the human dimensions of online communities.

  • Diploma of Counselling

    TAS-COU-DIP | Undergraduate

    Enhance wellbeing in yourself and others

    Gain an introduction to a range of topics including mental health, the impact of chronic health conditions on quality of life, mental health first aid, and applied counselling skills.

  • Get ready to work in health, disability, and aged care

    Learn to support individuals and engage communities to live well. Study online and graduate with a formal qualification and portfolio of work. Launch or boost your career in health and community services, delivering positive health and wellbeing.

  • Ground your students’ love of geography

    Boasting a new course structure, this degree promises to hone your skills as a geography teacher. Gain the skills needed to teach Geography in Years 7-12 with new subjects and a chance to take on professional experience subjects throughout. 

  • Master of Rehabilitation Counselling

    GRF-RHC-MAS | Postgraduate

    Understand rehabilitation in theory and practice

    Work as a rehabilitation counsellor, perhaps in government, insurance, private or not-for-profit rehabilitation services. Put your theory into practice through fieldwork, and applied counselling and research methods.

  • Upgrade your online communication skill set

    Build on your existing understanding of online culture. Choose from topics such as online gaming, writing for the web, the digital economy and website development. Harness emerging technology and see how digital culture engages with everyday life.

  • Compose your artistic career

    Critically interact with fine art traditions considering the visual and social needs of society. Contribute to the artistic aesthetic. Design ways to network and connect to people and places. Draw on your strengths of self-criticism and self-discipline.