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University of Tasmania Courses

From 2018, all new students will undertake their studies with a specialisation in Applied Learning, through the
Entry Requirements

The University requires applicants for admission to the Bachelor of Education with Professional Honours (Applied Learning) to hold a an undergraduate degree offered by recognised tertiary education providers and are employed in a teaching or training role.

Duration
1 year full-time
Graduate Satisfaction
73.50%

Diploma

This program of study is provided for students who intend to embark on a career in the maritime industry as navigating (…
Entry Requirements

Pre Sea Deck

Satisfactory completion of:
Australian Year 12 (or equivalent) with a pass in Mathematics Applied (or equivalent)
Australian Year 12 (or equivalent) Physics or Chemistry or a Physical Science subject (Tasmania only).
Australian Year 10 pass in English (or equivalent)
International students require IELTS of 5.5 with a minimum of 5.0 in each band (or equivalent)Watchkeeper DeckCompletion of approved Pre Sea Deck training (or equivalent) including evidence of minimum of 6 months sea-time on vessels greater than or equal to 500GT on company letterhead AND evidence of completion of approved monitored on board training program. (Task and Guided Study workbooks)
International students require IELTS of 5.5 with a minimum of 5.0 in each band (or equivalent)
ORCompletion of Pre Sea Deck training (or equivalent) AND evidence of completion of approved monitored on board training program. (Task and Guided Study workbooks)
OR
Completion of 36 months sea-time as per Marine Order 71.
Duration
3.5 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
ATAR
60
Graduate Satisfaction
62.70%

Bachelor

Are you a high-achiever with a passion for science?

The Science Catalyst Program combines a

Entry Requirements

If you're interested in studying the Bachelor of Science with Honours Catalyst Program, you'll need to meet the General Entrance Requirements of the University, and any major-specific requirements.

Please note this course is for Year 12 school leavers only. If you're a mature age student you can apply for the Bachelor of Science (P3O), exactly the same degree that is in this program.

It is recommended that school leavers also include the Bachelor of Science (P3O) when applying.

An ATAR score of 90 or higher and, for students who wish to undertake one of the majors below, also successfully complete pre-requisite unit(s) at TQA3 level, or equivalent:

  • Biochemistry
    • Chemistry (CHM415115)
  • Chemistry
    • Chemistry (CHM415115)
  • Mathematics
    • Mathematics Methods (MTM415117)
  • Statistics and Operations Research
    • General Mathematics (MTG315115)
  • Physics
    • Mathematics Methods (MTM415117)
    • Physics (PHY415115)
  • Plant Science/Zoology
  • Computer Science
International Students

This program is currently not available to international students. If you wish to study science, you can apply for the Bachelor of Science (P3O) – exactly the same degree that is in this program. In addition, if you wish to explore extracurricular opportunities, the overseas exchange and Summer Research Scholarship can be applied for independently, should you wish to undertake them.

Duration
4 years full-time
Graduate Satisfaction
88.70%

Associate Degree

The Associate Degree in Applied Business (Specialisation) is for aspiring future leaders and managers in one of four are…
Entry Requirements

The Associate Degree in Applied Business is open to applicants from a broad range of backgrounds. You can gain admission to the Associate Degree in Applied Business in three ways. These are:

  1. College entry;
  2. Alternative entry; or
  3. General entry.

If you've just finished school, the following will apply to you:

College entrya minimum level of study undertaken in Year 11 and 12 at Level 2 or above. This includes Satisfactory Achievements (SA) in English and Mathematics, and SA results in three other Level 2 subjects at Year 11 and 12 standard, with awards spread across both years; or

General entry meet the broader general entry requirements for the University, which are SA results in at least four Tasmanian Qualifications Authority (TQA) level 3 accredited courses or a Year 11/12 ATAR.

For applicants with Year 11 and 12 College results or University academic records, UTAS will attempt to access these transcripts on your behalf. You will not need to provide any documentary evidence at this stage, and we will contact you if anything further is required.

If you're a mature age student or don't meet the above requirements, the following will apply to you:

Alternative entry – demonstrate through work experience, hobbies/interests, competencies, other studies that you are eligible for entry. For applicants who have other qualifications, high school studies, or work experiences, you may be required to provide some supporting documentation. This supporting documentation may include one or more of the following:

  • Tasmanian Qualifications Certificate (TCE)
  • Personal competency statement
  • Year 10 (term 4) report
  • TAFE of other VET or Recognised Training Provider academic records
  • Resume or CV
  • Statement on hobbies and other interests which demonstrate numeracy and/or literacy skills

It is likely you will need to submit some documentation to support your application. If you are not sure what documentation to provide, don't worry. An Admissions officer will review your application and will let you know if anything further is needed.

International students

This course is currently not offered to international students.

Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Graduate Satisfaction
76.70%

Diploma

This course is no longer open for Admission.
Entry Requirements

Applicants are expected to meet the normal requirements set by the University for entry to degree courses. There are also several categories of special Admission Requirements.

Duration
1.5 years full-time
Graduate Satisfaction
79.20%

Associate Degree

No new enrolments are being accepted into this course in 2017 until further notice.
Entry Requirements

The Faculty considers for admission students who have a broad academic background and a demonstrated interest in, commitment to and aptitude for design.

Apart from the University's general admission requirements, there are no additional prerequisities for the AssocDegFurnDes. HSC/TCE subjects preferably should not be restricted to a narrow discipline, but rather span two or more areas (e.g. art and science).

A limited number of quota places is available to applicants who do not meet the normal University entry requirements. Such applicants will be required to attend an interview and present a folio of creative work and/or demonstrate skills and knowledge that suggest they could successfully undertake the course.

Duration
2 years full-time
Graduate Satisfaction
62.70%

Associate Degree

The Associate Degree in Applied Health and Community Support has been developed in consultation with the health, disabil…
Entry Requirements

The admission criteria for the Associate Degree in Applied Health and Community Support is open to applicants from a broad range of backgrounds. You can gain admission to the Associate Degree in the following ways:

  1. ATAR Entry
  2. College entry
  3. TAFE entry
  4. General Entry
  5. Alternative Entry
  6. Capability statement

If you've just finished school, the following will apply to you:

ATAR entry. An ATAR result of 40 or greater.

College entry. A minimum level of study undertaken in Year 11 and 12 at Level 2 or above. This includes Satisfactory Achievements (SA) in English and Mathematics, and SA results in three other Level 2 subjects at Year 11 and 12 standard, with awards spread across both years.

TAFE entry. A TAFE certificate III or higher (related or unrelated).

General entry. Meet the broader general entry requirements for the University, which are SA results in at least four Tasmanian Qualifications Authority (TQA) level 3 accredited courses or a Year 11/12 ATAR.

For applicants with Year 11 and 12 College results or University academic records, UTAS will attempt to access these transcripts on your behalf. You will not need to provide any documentary evidence at this stage, and we will contact you if anything further is required.

If you're a mature age student or don't meet the above requirements, the following will apply to you:

Alternative entry. Demonstrate through work experience, competencies, or previous education that you are eligible for entry.

Capability statement. Prospective students who have been employed full or part-time in a related area may submit a statement and resume for review by the relevant Course Coordinator.

Applicants need to be aware that in order to be employed in the health and community services industry, they will need to meet certain compliance and regulatory requirements, such as working with vulnerable people registration and police records checks.

It is likely you will need to submit some documentation to support your application. If you are not sure what documentation to provide, don't worry, an Admissions Officer will review your application and will let you know if anything further is needed.

International students

This course is currently not offered to international students.

Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Graduate Satisfaction
76.10%

Bachelor

This is an alternative final year of the Bachelor of Education course, which is offered to eligible students.
Entry Requirements
Students in year three of the Bachelor of Education course are able to express their interest in undertaking the final year as an honours student. Such students who have attained a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 5.50 on their complete year 3 results as well as having demonstrated high proficiency in teaching practice may then be invited to join the honours program. In addition, students should have gained a Credit result or better in the research method unit ESP318 in semester 2 of year 3. It should be noted that the minimum GPA may be raised at the discretion of the Head of school
Duration
4 years full-time
Graduate Satisfaction
73.50%
There is an increasing demand for highly trained individuals to lead and work in the sport, physical activity and recrea…
Entry Requirements

Normal minimum University admission requirements apply.
International students will require an overall international English Language Testing System (IELTS) average of 6.5 with no band lower than 6.0 and Direct Entry Academic Program (DEAP) overall 65% (60% writing).

Duration
3 years full-time
ATAR
65
Graduate Satisfaction
76.10%

Associate Degree

The Associate Degree in Applied Technologies is a new pathway to a career in two exciting high-tech fields: Cyber Securi…
Entry Requirements

The Associate Degree in Applied Technologies is open to applicants from a broad range of backgrounds. You can gain admission to the Associate Degree in three ways. These are:

  1. College entry;
  2. Alternative entry; or
  3. General entry.

If you've just finished school, the following will apply to you:

College entrya minimum level of study undertaken in Year 11 and 12 at Level 2 or above. This includes Satisfactory Achievements (SA) in English and Mathematics, and SA results in three other Level 2 subjects at Year 11 and 12 standard, with awards spread across both years; or

General entry meet the broader general entry requirements for the University, which are SA results in at least four Tasmanian Qualifications Authority (TQA) level 3 accredited courses or a Year 11/12 ATAR.

For applicants with Year 11 and 12 College results or University academic records, UTAS will attempt to access these transcripts on your behalf. You will not need to provide any documentary evidence at this stage, and we will contact you if anything further is required.

If you're a mature age student or don't meet the above requirements, the following will apply to you:

Alternative entry – demonstrate through work experience, hobbies/interests, competencies, other studies that you are eligible for entry. For applicants who have other qualifications, high school studies, or work experiences, you may be required to provide some supporting documentation. This supporting documentation may include one or more of the following:

  • Tasmanian Qualifications Certificate (TCE)
  • Personal competency statement
  • Year 10 (term 4) report
  • TAFE of other VET or Recognised Training Provider academic records
  • Resume or CV
  • Statement on hobbies and other interests which demonstrate numeracy and/or literacy skills

It is likely you will need to submit some documentation to support your application. If you are not sure what documentation to provide, don't worry. An Admissions officer will review your application and will let you know if anything further is needed.

International students

This course is currently not offered to international students.

Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Graduate Satisfaction
62.70%