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Master of Health Services Management

Master of Health Services Management

The Master of Health Services Management is a great option if you’re a health professional looking to pursue leadership and management positions across the diverse health and ageing sectors. You will study a unique blend of health and business courses for a contemporary health management focus, and enjoy flexible study options so you can advance your career while you’re studying. Our emphasis on developing industry skills means you will complete a capstone course in Health Services Management, giving you the opportunity to deliver a project completed with an industry partner or your employer. As part of your management studies, you’ll also be learning at a Business School ranked in the top 1% worldwide1, and internationally recognised for excellence in teaching, education and research.
1UniSA Business School is one of just nine institutions in the country and 174 globally to be accredited by EQUIS. There are a total pool of 16,521 business schools worldwide, AACSB, May 2017

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours)

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours)

Get ahead of the crowd with a highly regarded honours degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology.
As part of the new honours component, a major part of your studies in third and fourth year will involve completing an honours level professional project related to clinical exercise physiology in partnership with an academic researcher or industry professional.
You will also be exposed to research and learning opportunities in our on-campus High Performance and Exercise Physiology Clinic.
Your honours degree will prepare you well for a career in industry or research.

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

Graduating with an honours degree in occupational therapy will ensure you have a competitive edge, equipping you with the knowledge, skills and attributes needed to become a competent and innovative occupational therapist.
As part of the new honours component, you will complete either a research stream or a professional stream. The research stream involves a research project, where you will work alongside experienced researchers. The professional stream includes a range of advanced courses where you will gain in-depth knowledge. You will graduate with industry experience and connections, and a higher level qualification than a bachelor degree, preparing you well for a career in industry or research.
You can also use your qualification as a pathway to further learning, including Masters by Research and doctoral studies.

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

From law enforcement, to the courts and corrections, the criminal justice system plays a crucial role in maintaining, enforcing and administering the law to help promote justice for individuals and the community, as well as reduce and prevent crime. Explore the inner workings of the Australian criminal justice system by studying our new 100% online Criminal Justice degree with UniSA Online from June 2018.

Graduate Certificate in Film and Television

Graduate Certificate in Film and Television

This one-of-a-kind qualification will provide you with an immersive handson experience guided by key industry professionals, including Matchbox Pictures and ABC Television, where you will develop professional skills to begin your film and television career.
You will learn all aspects of the industry and cover topics including: pre-production, production and post-production; pitching; copyright; creative idea generation; program development; raising finance; legal issues; sales and distribution.

Bachelor of Primary Education (Honours)

Bachelor of Primary Education (Honours)

Bachelor of Primary Education (Honours) is a new four-year professional degree solely focused on teaching, that will equip you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to thrive as a contemporary educator in junior primary and primary settings.
You will undertake placements in education settings within the first six months of the degree and continue to undertake placements during each year of study.
The addition of Honours offers a higher-level qualification, which will set you apart from your competitors and provide increased employment opportunities due to your ability to undertake research.
The Primary specialisation will be offered at our Magill, Mawson Lakes, Whyalla and Mount Gambier campuses.
More information coming soon.

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours)

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours)

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours) is a new four-year professional degree solely focused on teaching, that will equip you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to thrive as a contemporary educator in childcare, pre-school, and junior primary settings.
You will undertake placements in education settings within the first six months of the degree and continue to undertake placements during each year of study.
The addition of Honours offers a higher-level qualification, which will set you apart from your competitors and provide increased employment opportunities due to your ability to undertake research.
The Early Childhood specialisation will be offered at our Magill, Mawson Lakes, Whyalla and Mount Gambier campuses.
More information coming soon.

Sleep and Chronobiology Laboratory (SCBL)

Sleep and Chronobiology Laboratory (SCBL)

As one of Australia’s premier sleep research facilities, the SCBL is where the latest sleep research is born. Our researchers undertake studies to further extend an understanding and perception of human performance, sleep, fatigue and behaviour.

Samsung SMARTSchool

Samsung SMARTSchool

The Samsung SMARTSchool is one of the most technologically advanced teacher-training facilities in the Australia. Combining Samsung’s innovative technologies with UniSA’s own world-class research into teaching practice, the Samsung SMARTSchool will provide an enriched learning environment for students from reception to year 12.
The Samsung SMARTSchool incorporates Samsung technology including large-format display screens, interactive whiteboards, tablets, Galaxy S8 smartphones, Gear VR and Gear 360 virtual reality products.

Bachelor of Media Arts

Bachelor of Media Arts

From 2019, Bachelor of Media Arts students will have the opportunity to study the entire third year of their degree specialising in visual effects with Rising Sun Pictures. The entry is competitive and the courses will be taught at their Adelaide based studios, and will also offer career guidance, including resume and show-reel production and interview skills.

Bachelor of Arts (Screen Studies)

Bachelor of Arts (Screen Studies)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
Our new Screen Studies major allows you to gain a deep understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects in theatre, music and drama, as you develop the critical and practical skills required in the production, research and analysis of film, television and other screen media forms. You will be equipped with a foundation in film and media history, theory, production of experimental media artefacts and professional practice.

Bachelor of Arts (Social Media)

Bachelor of Arts (Social Media)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
In South Australia’s only social media major, and one of four nationally, you will learn how to develop social media campaigns and online content, and understand how to manage and interpret social media data, optimisations and metrics. You will also develop strong copy and digital content writing skills, learn how to align social media brands to audiences, and how to grow and manage online communities. You will also learn how to develop, edit and implement a range of assets for multi-digital platforms.

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
Our new Pyschology major provides an understanding of psychological science in diverse areas including psychology, mental health, social services and human resources. This major will enhance the second major selected, providing a broader understanding of concepts across the degree.

Bachelor of Arts (English Language)

Bachelor of Arts (English Language)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
The new English Language majors allows you to develop proficiency in English language and gain intercultural expertise to undertake professional work in local and global contexts.

Bachelor of Arts (Cultural Studies)

Bachelor of Arts (Cultural Studies)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
In the new Cultural Studies major, you will explore the complex and diverse economic, cultural, social, historical and political legacies that influence modern-day society.

Bachelor of Arts (History and Global Politics)

Bachelor of Arts (History and Global Politics)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
In the new History and Global Politics major, examine the global contexts of politics and history, understanding Australia’s role domestically and within the broader currents of regional and global politics.

Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing and Literature)

Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing and Literature)

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be expanding its offerings from six to 12 new majors.
The new Creative Writing and Literature majors allows you to explore historical and contemporary fiction, non-fiction, poetry, autobiographies, essays and plays. Undertake courses in creative writing, literary studies, or a combination of these, depending on your area of interest.

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Flexible Entry)

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Flexible Entry)

Unsure of which engineering specialisation is right for you? The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Flexible Entry) will give you a chance to experience key engineering concepts for a year, before you decide which type of engineering you’d like to study in the future. You can then transfer with credit into one of our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) programs and still complete your degree in four years.
Once you’ve decided where you’d like to focus your engineering degree, you’ll go on to experience real-world engineering projects through a 12-week industry placement and there are options to study overseas with our student exchange program.

Law double degree combinations

Law double degree combinations

Did you know we offer more than 100 double degree combinations with Law? You can now pair the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) with almost any other UniSA degree and tailor your qualification to your career interests. For more information about application processes, contact Future Student Enquiries.

Diploma in Health (Mount Gambier)

Diploma in Health (Mount Gambier)

The Diploma in Health (Mt Gambier) is a guaranteed pathway into the Bachelor of Nursing (Mt Gambier). There are still entry requirements for this diploma, but they are set lower than those of the bachelor degree. In the two year Diploma in Health program, you will study courses in anatomy, human physiology and biology.

3+1 Pathway to Masters

3+1 Pathway to Masters

For select degrees, you can complete a bachelor and masters qualification in just four years. This unique offering allows youto fast-track your studies and graduate with greater expertise and career opportunities.

International Master of Business Administration (Advertising and Brand Management)

International Master of Business Administration (Advertising and Brand Management)

Are you an early-career professional looking to advance your career in an international context? This specialised MBA will develop your expertise in global marketing with a focus on the design and planning of effective media, and brand management strategy. You will graduate with the skills and confidence to address complex digital media issues and design successful marketing and branding strategies.

Bachelor of Business (Real Estate Practice)

Bachelor of Business (Real Estate Practice)

This degree will provide you with the skills to manage available resources, and foundation knowledge of management and marketing systems for real estate. You will gain an understanding of agency and property development, building, planning and land use, as well as real estate law and investment. You will graduate prepared for a career as a real estate agent or property manager in residential, commercial and industrial property.

Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning)

Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning)

Financial planning is a dynamic and rapidly growing component of the financial services industry. With a strong industry focus, this degree will provide you with the skills to prepare financial plans. You will also learn how to develop financial and legal documentation that comply with regulatory requirements, and assist clients to meet their short and long-term financial goals.

Bachelor of Business(Design and Marketing)

Bachelor of Business (Design and Marketing)

The Bachelor of Business (Design and Marketing) combines two complementary fields to equip you for a specialist marketing career in digital and print design. You will gain foundation knowledge in design and evidence-based marketing and learn how to apply design principles across a range of marketing activities. You will also learn about the creative elements of advertising and how to work collaboratively with graphic designers to create high quality marketing materials.

New campus food vendors and social spaces

New campus food vendors and social spaces

Over the last few months we have had a flurry of construction across all metropolitan campuses as we prepare for a range of new food operators, refurbished campus shops, social space upgrades and café-style dining facilities. We have an exciting line up of food operators on each campus including Phat Buddha Rolls, Abbots & Kinney, Brightside Deli and Mr Wuhu.

UniSA Student Accommodation by urbanest

UniSA students will have access to brand new student accommodation facilities centrally located on North Terrace in the heart of the Adelaide CBD. The accommodation options include fully furnished rooms, studios and apartments to suit a range of budgets.

MOD.

MOD.

Be inspired by this futuristic museum of discovery offering immersive experiences within dynamic and changing exhibition programs with seven dedicated gallery spaces, a café and lecture theatre.

Trading Lab

Trading Lab

A state-of-the-art finance trading room for students, researchers and industry to engage with the global derivatives trading industry through financial market simulation programs as part of the $5 million refurbishment of the Yungondi Building at City West campus.

Community Clinics

Community Clinics

UniSA has over 10 community clinics including the new Marketing Clinic and Health and Medical Clinic offering learning opportunities to students and services to the community.

Health Innovation Building

University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute

This $247 million building is located in SA’s health and biomedical precinct in the Adelaide CBD and will create new opportunities for research, teaching and community services.

Pridham Hall

Pridham Hall

This will become the new heart of the University featuring a flexible event and graduation space, public sports complex and swimming pool.

Areas of study and research

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