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University of Sydney Faculty of Science
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The Master in Environmental Science draws on a wide range of science-based disciplines and applications, from ecology to solar power, analytical chemistry to geomorphology. Read more
The Master in Environmental Science draws on a wide range of science-based disciplines and applications, from ecology to solar power, analytical chemistry to geomorphology. If you are a recent graduate wishing to obtain employment in the environmental field, or if you are already working and are interested in gaining either a formal qualification in environmental science or additional information about related areas of environmental science, then this course is suitable for you.

The course allows a large degree of flexibility in the depth at which studies are undertaken and the choice of subjects studied. Some of the major themes addressed include environmental sciences, environmental politics and law, project evaluation and assessment, decision-making and conflict resolution. Electives can also be taken in marine science, Australasian wildlife, sustainable development, law and the environment, geographic information science, and more.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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University of Sydney Sydney Medical School
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Bioethics is concerned with ethical questions that arise in the contexts of biological and health sciences. Social concern about such issues has grown with the advancement of biomedical and reproductive technologies, genetic engineering, cloning and stem cell research. Read more
Bioethics is concerned with ethical questions that arise in the contexts of biological and health sciences. Social concern about such issues has grown with the advancement of biomedical and reproductive technologies, genetic engineering, cloning and stem cell research.

The study of Bioethics has traditionally addressed issues such as abortion, euthanasia the relationships between health care providers and patients, research involving humans and animals and justice in the distribution of health resources. Emerging ethical issues are related to risk and health, nanotechnology and global public health.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Master of Art Curatorship provides candidates with a sophisticated awareness of the full range of cultural, theoretical, social, political and economic issues underlying the art gallery and museum system. Read more
The Sydney Master of Art Curatorship provides candidates with a sophisticated awareness of the full range of cultural, theoretical, social, political and economic issues underlying the art gallery and museum system.

A highly valued aspect of the course is the project-based internships supervised by industry professionals in local, national and international visual arts organisations which provide invaluable workplace experience, training and networking opportunities.

The Master of Art Curating is designed and taught collaboratively by the Department of Art History and Film Studies and Sydney College of the Arts. The course emphasises the skills required for curating in a variety of contemporary contexts.

The program will provide students with a rich combination of academic core skills, art-historical and art-critical knowledge and community-engaged experience, creating pathways to careers and professional development in art institutions of all types. Graduates will possess a strong foundation in the history of art museums and their cultural impact, and an awareness of the changing nature and role of curators in society and the current challenges they face.

The program provides critical insight into and practical knowledge of both traditional institutions, such as museums and galleries, and the expanding field of contemporary curating and its wide range of non‑traditional exhibition spaces. These include artist-run and community art spaces, public art projects, festivals and commercial spaces.

Graduates will develop specialist knowledge and understanding of major developments and issues in the field of the history of art, and to be able to apply these to the care, display, and interpretation of objects, performances and art practices in curatorial contexts.

The course brings students into major Sydney art institutions for seminars. It includes an internship placement and students may choose to complete a second internship as part of their studies.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Research in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences extends across a diverse range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, embracing traditional, emerging and cross-disciplinary subjects. Read more
Research in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences extends across a diverse range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, embracing traditional, emerging and cross-disciplinary subjects. Staff in the Faculty enjoy international reputations in their chosen fields, reflected in the high level of publications -books, articles, chapters and conference papers- generated by Faculty academics each year.

The Master of Arts (Research) is a two year full-time degree in which candidates complete supervised research and a 30,000-35,000 word thesis; one unit of study and a 28,000-30,000 word thesis, or two units of study and a 26,000-28,000 word thesis. Research can be undertaken in any one of the Faculty's schools (School of Economics, School of Letters, Art and Media, School of Languages and Culture, School of Philosophical and Historical Enquiry, and School of Social and Political Sciences).

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Clinical psychology can be studied as either a standalone coursework program, the Master of Clinical Psychology (MCP) or as a postgraduate double degree incorporating coursework and research, the Master of Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy (MCP and PhD). Read more
Clinical psychology can be studied as either a standalone coursework program, the Master of Clinical Psychology (MCP) or as a postgraduate double degree incorporating coursework and research, the Master of Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy (MCP and PhD). The MCP and PhD provides psychology graduates with clinical and doctorate-level research training in clinical psychology that is consistent with international standards of professional psychology.

The programs adopt a scientific and evidence-based approach to clinical psychology. The treatment model is based on a cognitive-behavioural approach, and the introduction of alternative models of therapy in the second year ensures both a depth and breadth to your clinical training.

The MCP and PhD involves four and a half years of full-time study and includes three components: academic coursework, supervised clinical placements and research.

Qualified clinical psychologists provide you with supervised clinical practice in an internal on-campus psychology clinic, as well as a variety of external teaching hospitals and clinics. The programs include a minimum of 1200 hours of clinical placement experience. The research component in the MCP and PhD requires you to produce a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) research thesis.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Cultural Studies investigates the changing meanings of culture in our everyday world. It explores the studying of culture not as a monolithic, self-evident construct, but as a constantly shifting field through which life is experienced and negotiated. Read more
The Master of Cultural Studies investigates the changing meanings of culture in our everyday world. It explores the studying of culture not as a monolithic, self-evident construct, but as a constantly shifting field through which life is experienced and negotiated. You will gain insight into the ideologically charged meanings of identity, self‑expression and embodiment.

Our Cultural Studies program allows you to engage critically with culture in its manifest expressions. Using real-world examples across the topics of popular culture, media, gender, sexuality, globalisation and consumer culture, you will analyse cultural forms and debate their significance in relation to given contexts.

Cultural Studies will lead you to question identity, community, representation, power, values and the practice of everyday life. The course draws on diverse critical perspectives as you gain the theoretical tools to understand how culture is produced, circulated and lived.

The Master of Cultural Studies is the only specialised program in Australia. Housed in the internationally recognised Department of Gender and Cultural Studies – a leading centre for research into gender and culture – you will critically engage in a dynamic postgraduate community and learn under the guidance of esteemed researchers in the field.

An optional cultural studies internship also gives you the opportunity to undertake cultural research in a business, government or non-governmental body, enhancing your appreciation of applied cultural work.
The Master of Cultural Studies assumes no background in the field; however those familiar with the discipline are also welcome to extend their knowledge.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Development Studies sheds light on the challenges in achieving sustainable economic development on a local, national and global scale. Read more
The Master of Development Studies sheds light on the challenges in achieving sustainable economic development on a local, national and global scale. Bringing together critical theories from across the social sciences, this expansive cross-disciplinary program allows you to specialise in topics such as international relations, political economy, human rights, peace and conflict studies, anthropology, linguistics, public health, human geography, economics and sociology.

With a grounding in such wide‑ranging areas of study, you will leave this program with a comprehensive awareness of the development industry and its real-world applications in poverty reduction, project design and international organisations.

As a Master of Development Studies candidate, you can take advantage of the region’s greatest concentration of esteemed and active researchers in the developing world, while building on the insights from a diverse international student body.

The program provides hands-on experience in Development Studies as you train to become an effective administrator and planner. Our program offers exciting opportunities to put your development knowledge into practice, including chances to participate in a research project on a community- based organisation in Sydney, internship electives at local or international non-government organisations and a field trip to Indonesia.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The Educational Psychology specialisation allows you to focus on the educational psychology of human learning, thinking, motivation and development. You will improve your understanding of educational psychology and learn how to apply this knowledge in educational contexts. Please note that the specialisation in educational psychology is not accredited by any psychological organisation and is not designed for those intending to become psychologists or school counsellors.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

This is an ideal specialisation for those who are either working in or aspiring to work in the field of international education. Tackling issues such as the processes and outcomes of globalisation in education, internationalising institutions and systems and inter-cultural education, you will gain skills and experience that are valuable for planners, officials, NGO employees and those who work in national or international organisations.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The Special and Inclusive Education specialisation is designed to help you develop the skills, knowledge and values needed to specialise in the teaching of children with special-education needs, or to qualify for appointments as leaders. You will tackle the challenges of students with special education needs, early language and learning issues, preventing disruptive behaviour, and teaching students with learning difficulties. The Master of Education (Special and Inclusive Education) is recognised by the NSW Department of Education and Communities as a formal qualification in Special Education.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Education (Sports Coaching) has been designed for elite-level coaches and experienced elite athletes seeking to become coaches. Read more
The Master of Education (Sports Coaching) has been designed for elite-level coaches and experienced elite athletes seeking to become coaches. Candidates will build on their technical expertise by developing skills in communicating ideas clearly to athletes, organising training sessions for maximum impact, giving and receiving feedback, using technology as a coaching tool, planning training programs, and remaining up-to-date with coaching trends.

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The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. Read more
The Master of Education by coursework is designed to develop and support the careers of trained teachers who are teaching professionals, educational administrators, researchers and policymakers. The course does not lead to a professional teaching qualification. If you're seeking a professional teaching qualification and hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline, please refer to the Master of Teaching.

The TESOL specialisation explores a range of issues relating to language teaching and learning, applied linguistics and sociocultural contexts of education. It also develops themes relating to the practical issued of language teaching and learning in a second foreign language context, and investigates the theoretical basis of these issues in the light of recent research developments.

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The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program. Read more
The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program.
The Master of Engineering will allow you to build on your existing engineering undergraduate degree by developing specialised technical knowledge in your chosen major.
Course structure
This program comprises core units of study along with electives to broaden your knowledge. You will complete a sequence of specialist units that comprises a major in your chosen field. It has a strong focus on project work to enhance self-directed learning.
Professional engineering management subjects will enhance your leadership and commercial capabilities, providing you with greater opportunities to advance your career. They include:

sustainable design, engineering and management
entrepreneurship for engineers
project process planning and control
safety systems and risk management.


Research pathways are available within all majors, allowing you to complete a research project as preparation for a research degree.
Course duration
1.5 years full time
Depending on the level and type of your prior studies, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning. This will reduce the length of your degree.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program. Read more
The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program.
The Master of Engineering will allow you to build on your existing engineering undergraduate degree by developing specialised technical knowledge in your chosen major.
Course structure
This program comprises core units of study along with electives to broaden your knowledge. You will complete a sequence of specialist units that comprises a major in your chosen field. It has a strong focus on project work to enhance self-directed learning.
Professional engineering management subjects will enhance your leadership and commercial capabilities, providing you with greater opportunities to advance your career. They include:

sustainable design, engineering and management
entrepreneurship for engineers
project process planning and control
safety systems and risk management.


Research pathways are available within all majors, allowing you to complete a research project as preparation for a research degree.

Depending on the level and type of your prior studies, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning. This will reduce the length of your degree.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program. Read more
The program is designed to help qualified engineers strengthen their management capability and technical expertise. Qualified engineers looking to specialise or update their skills could also consider this program.
The Master of Engineering will allow you to build on your existing engineering undergraduate degree by developing specialised technical knowledge in your chosen major.
Course structure
This program comprises core units of study along with electives to broaden your knowledge. You will complete a sequence of specialist units that comprises a major in your chosen field. It has a strong focus on project work to enhance self-directed learning.
Professional engineering management subjects will enhance your leadership and commercial capabilities, providing you with greater opportunities to advance your career. They include:

sustainable design, engineering and management
entrepreneurship for engineers
project process planning and control
safety systems and risk management.
Research pathways are available within all majors, allowing you to complete a research project as preparation for a research degree.

Depending on the level and type of your prior studies, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning. This will reduce the length of your degree.

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