Page 2 of 30, <small>Courses in Australia 2020/2021</small>
A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.
To become a master, students must complete a required number of courses at the graduate level. This degree typically takes about two years to complete as a full-time student. Choose among a wide range of topics, including engineering, art, and business.
Australia has seven of the top 100 institution of higher learning in the world! Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, placing eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.
Courses 16-30 (out of 436). Courses in Australia
Learn about the forensic technique of facial reconstruction from the experts involved in a real crime case.
Discover how psychology can help obtain evidence from eyewitnesses in police investigations and prevent miscarriages of justice.
What is a crime? How does criminal justice work in England and Wales? Find out more by following a case through the system.
Learn the basics of project planning and management so you can run effective projects at work or in daily life.
Find out what sustainability means for food and explore the challenges of our journey towards a more sustainable food future.
Explore how women are represented in the media and reflect on what it means for contemporary society and culture.
Learn how to research your family tree and share the results with this online genealogy course.
Have you ever had a digital problem that you didn't know how to solve? Get acquainted with the principle of human-centred design.
Get an introduction to agile product development and design thinking so you can build better digital products.
Discover how to set up and control your new Raspberry Pi, as well as how to use it for everyday tasks and to learn how to code.
Explore the key ethical theories surrounding global challenges and learn how philosophy can be used to address these problems.
Explore global disability and disability rights in relation to health, rehabilitation, development and humanitarianism.
Understand the role of medical peace work, and consider the role of healthcare workers in times of conflict and violence.
How can we think beyond GDP and build a prosperous economy that works better for people and the planet? Find out with this course.
Explore whether cultural, institutional and environmental differences can be overcome to create a more cooperative world.