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Year 10

Career Guide

A guide to help you choose the right subjects for senior school.


Help with career planning This Guide will help you with selecting your senior subjects and organising your Senior Education Training Plan (SET plan). Even if you are not thinking about university at this stage, it makes sense to choose subjects that offer more career choices when you finish school. The Guide sets out the various study areas at JCU with their degrees. Listed alongside are the senior school subjects or prerequisites* that you need for entry, plus career information.

What should I do now? • T hink about the study areas that interest you and the subjects that you enjoy or are good at. Explore study areas in this guide and see what degrees interest you. • M  ake an appointment with your school guidance officer. • T alk to family and friends about their careers and study backgrounds. • F or more information get a copy of JCU’s Courses & Careers: Undergraduate Study Guide from your school guidance officer or call JCU (see back page) for a copy. •  Find JCU course brochures online at www.jcu.edu.au/courses

What if I don’t have a specific career in mind? • J CU offers generalist degrees if you are not sure about a specific career. The Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Social Science are flexible degrees. Graduates gain skills in communication, research, analysis and problem solving, essential for today’s workforce. • O  nce you have a degree, you can do further study to gain specialist qualifications. For example, JCU’s Graduate Diploma of Education is available over one year, for teaching careers. • A  joint degree lets you combine two degrees in reduced time (generally four or five years). They equip you with skills from two study areas, increasing your career opportunities.

What if I don’t have the right subjects at the end of Year 12? Don’t panic! If you don’t get into your chosen course, there are alternative pathways. You can: • E nrol in another degree that can act as a stepping stone. If you do well, you may be able to transfer to your first choice after one year. • E nrol in a diploma course or Tertiary Access Course, to gain the skills and academic prerequisites for entry to many degrees. • E nrol in JCU bridging subjects (maths, physics and chemistry) if you don’t have the prerequisites for your chosen degree. • S tudy at a vocational college or TAFE to help you gain entry and even study credit towards some degrees.

What if I’m not sure I can afford to study? JCU offers a large range of scholarships, grants and bursaries up to $10,000 a year. This assistance is to enable students, regardless of background or financial circumstances, to access higher education and promote academic excellence. There are a limited number of scholarships in specific areas for higher amounts. Find out more at www.jcu.edu.au/scholarships

What if I don’t like what I’ve enrolled in? It’s okay to change your degree if you don’t feel it is right for you. You might also be eligible for study credit towards a new degree for completed subjects.

Where can I live while studying at JCU? There are many accommodation options while studying at JCU’s Cairns and Townsville campuses. Find out more from JCU’s Courses & Careers: Undergraduate Study Guide 2012 or visit www.jcu.edu.au/accommodation

* Prerequisites are Queensland year 11 - 12 subjects completed with an exit assessment of Sound Achievement or better over four semesters. Applicants also need to achieve the overall performance (OP) or selection rank for their chosen degree.

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JCU Cairns Campus

Campuses Our campuses are friendly and offer a great environment for students. The Townsville campus is our largest campus, with around 11,000 students. More than 1,200 students live on campus and there are great student amenities and sporting facilities. The campus is home to many of the health science, creative arts and marine science study areas.

The Cairns campus has around 3,500 students and is set alongside the rainforests of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Many study areas are available in Cairns. This campus is home to a new state-of-the-art Dental School, marine studies and many environmental study areas.

Why study at JCU? Choice and flexibility JCU offers over 150 courses – from accounting to zoology, biotechnology to tourism, digital media to sport and exercise science.

Real-world experience Many courses include field trips, practical sessions and work placements to give you the skills employers need.

A leading research university JCU is ranked as one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions in the world (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Academic Ranking of World Universities 2010). This is reflected in our highly qualified staff, modern facilities and quality courses.

International exchange opportunities JCU Townsville Campus

A word about OP and ranks As well as the prerequisites for your chosen course, you will need a Queensland Overall Position (OP) or equivalent rank (TER, UAI, or ENTER) high enough to be competitive for entry. For admission to tertiary courses from 2011, all States/Territories of Australia produce overall measures of their students’ achievements in a common index that allows for comparisons to be made across States/Territories and across time. This overall measure is known as

the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) in all States/Territories other than Queensland. As a regional and growing university, many JCU courses do not have restrictions on numbers, which means our OP or ranks are more accessible than those for capital-city universities. The OP/ranks for each course is shown in the tables. For further information about OPs and ranks, visit the QTAC website: www.qtac.edu.au

JCU students can spend six to 12 months at a partner university. We have more than 40 international partner universities for you to choose from in countries including Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Korea, Mexico, Norway, USA, and Slovenia.

Friendly campuses Our friendly campuses and student support services provide a positive learning environment. Services include study skills workshops, student mentors, careers advice, counselling, accommodation service, equity services and more.

A natural place for study JCU is located alongside two World Heritage environments – the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforests of the Wet Tropics. Not only do these environments present unique living laboratories for many courses, they also make northern Queensland a great place to live.

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR DEGREE With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

BUSINESS 2

see major

3

see major

19/62

Multidisciplinary program

English (Maths B desirable)

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

The Bachelor of Business is a flexible program with a wide range of specialisations. Employment opportunities are increased by combining two specialisations (majors). This multidiscipline option equips you with broad skills for careers in a wide range of business settings.

Accounting

English (Maths B desirable)

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Accounting graduates work in public and private sector finance, management, consulting, banking, advising, financial planning, tax, bankruptcy, insolvency and recovery. Career examples: accountant; manager; chief executive officer; financial analyst; stockbroker; merchant banker; policy advisor and financial planner.

Business Law (secondary major only, to be completed in conjunction with a primary major)

as per primary major

Communication Design (secondary major only, to be completed in conjunction with a primary major)

as per primary major

Economics

English (Maths B desirable)

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Depending on your primary Bachelor of Business major, graduates can find careers in administration of government departments, statutory authorities, policy, research and community education. Career examples: business consultant; human resource manager; banker and insurance advisor.

3

Townsville

19/62

Depending on your primary Bachelor of Business major, graduates can find careers in marketing, marketing communication, public relations and product design roles. Career examples: marketing consultant and product designer.

3

Townsville

19/62

Economics graduates work in government and non-government organisations and corporations in consulting, policy development, investment, trade, banking, natural resources, agricultural development, planning, research, universities and treasury in both Australia and overseas. Career examples: banker; economist; development officer; consultant; financial manager; financial advisor and regional economic planner.

Financial Management

English (Maths B desirable)

3

Townsville

19/62

Finance graduates have career opportunities in government and non-government organisations, senior management roles, policy development, finance, investment, trade, banking, and treasury. Career examples: financial planner; financial institution manager; fund manager; investment analyst; banker; stockbroker and financial researcher.

Human Resource Management English

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Graduates have career opportunities in personnel recruitment, training, management, advocacy and equity, performance evaluation, negotiation and workplace legislation. Career examples: human resources manager; industrial relations officer; remuneration consultant; and workplace health and safety officer.

International Business

English

3

Cairns

19/62

Graduates can work in foreign affairs, trade or managerial roles in import/export, international operations, business strategies and global product development. Career examples: operations manager; international management consultant; marketing and logistics manager.

Management

English

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Graduates find work in government and non-government organisations in management, consultancy, private businesses, strategic planning, public relations, advertising and finance. Career examples: chief executive officer; marketing consultant; entrepreneur; administrator.

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“I’ve always been fascinated with the different facets of marketing and how you can use the various tools to market services or products. It’s a field that can be combined with other areas like tourism and international business. I chose international business as my second major to broaden my employment opportunities.”

Maren Eibner

Bachelor of Business (Marketing and International Business majors), 2010

BACHELOR DEGREE With majors Marketing

Prerequisite subjects English

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Marketing graduates can pursue managerial roles in marketing, sales and customer service, as well as brand or product management, consulting, electronic and international marketing. Career examples: advertising executive; marketing consultant; public relations officer; market researcher and manager.

Public Relations Management (secondary major only, to be completed in conjunction with a primary major)

as per primary major

3

Townsville

19/62

Depending on your primary Bachelor of Business major, graduates can find careers in marketing, public relations and marketing communications roles. Career examples: public relations officer; marketing consultant, media adviser for politicians and public figures.

Sports and Events Management English

3

Townsville

19/62

Graduates manage teams, venues, concerts, conferences, conventions, festivals, community and corporate events, recreational and leisure clubs, marketing, sports administration, sports and entertainment law and non-profit organisations. Career examples: events manager; festival co-ordinator, sports administrator, recreational officer.

Tourism Management

English

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

The World Tourism Organisation recognises this course as a leader in Asia Pacific tourism education. Graduates work with state and federal tourism departments, tourism offices, marketing boards, visitor convention bureaus, hotels and resorts. Career examples: resort manager; theme park operator; travel and tourism operator; tourism officer.

Business & Environmental English, Maths B, Science Chemistry

3

Townsville

17/66

Graduates work as environmental advisers to businesses, natural resource advisers, consultants and academics. Career examples: environmental officer; natural resource officer; university lecturer.

Information Technology

2 Business Informatics

English

3

Cairns Townsville

17/65

Graduates work as analysts, project and e-business managers, designing databases, and developing applications. Career examples: IT manager; chief information officer; business manager; business analyst; information systems architect; project manager.

Computing & Networking

English

3

Cairns Townsville

17/65

Graduates work as business analysts, e-business managers, database designers, information system architects, application developers and project managers. Career examples: network designer; software developer; IT researcher; project manager.

Interactive Technologies & Games Design

English

3

Cairns Townsville

17/65

Career opportunities are available in developing and designing multimedia, simulations, software, web pages and programming. Career examples: project managers; web designer; software and game developers.

2 There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. Joint degrees enable you to study two degrees in reduced time.

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide CREATIVE ARTS Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

Cairns

19/62

Graduates find careers working in arts administration, exhibitions, event management, media arts, video arts and design.

Creative Industries Media Design

Performance

Visual Arts

English

English

English

3

3

3

Cairns

Cairns

19/62

19/62

Career examples: art director; arts education officer; graphic designer; arts retailer; community arts officer; cultural tourism officer. With a Graduate Diploma of Education graduates can become media and design teachers. Performance graduates can pursue work in performance art, theatre, arts administration and management. Career examples: performance artist; performance writer; director; theatre manager; arts administration officer; arts education officer; arts retailer; community arts officer; cultural tourism officer; exhibition and event manager. With a Graduate Diploma of Education, graduates can become drama teachers. Graduates work in arts related areas including arts practitioner, arts administration, arts education and retailing and community arts officers, Career examples: visual artist practitioner; gallery officer; cultural tourism officer; exhibition and events manager. With a Graduate Diploma of Education, graduates can become visual arts teachers.

New Media Arts Contemporary Theatre

Illustration and Visual Media

Media Design

Music and Sound Media

Photomedia

English

English

English

English

English

3

3

3

3

3

Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

16/67

16/67

In the growing digital performance area graduates work performing and producing commercial and community festivals and events. Career examples: theatre performer; screen performer; voice-over performer; workshop facilitator; new media performance artist; production assistant and events coordinator. Graduates find careers in the digital visual arts workplace including design and layout for print, electronic publishing, illustration for books and other media and individual arts practice.

16/67

Career examples: web designer; graphic designer; media industry specialist; digital advertising producer; digital illustrator. Media design graduates work in the areas of multimedia design, web design, e-commerce, online information management, mobile device design, interactive content creation and animation production.

16/67

Career examples: graphic designer; film maker; commercial film and television producer; arts retailer; sales and marketing officer. Graduates pursue careers in the music and sound industry including working with recording studios, film making, theatre performances, animation and commercial film and television production and conferences.

16/67

Career examples: events manager; sound designer; online information manager. With a Graduate Diploma of Education, teaching. Career opportunities are available in Australia and overseas in the areas of photography, image manipulation, digital imaging and art making, print and online magazine production and advertising. Career examples: news and commercial photographer; photojournalist; advertising officer; e-publisher. With a Graduate Diploma of Education, teaching.

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“I got involved in education when I worked as an Indigenous dance instructor at a Cairns primary school. After 18 months I saw the positive influence I was having on the Indigenous children, and I loved working with them, so I applied to do a Bachelor of Education at JCU and was accepted.”

Nathan Schrieber

Studying Bachelor of Education (Primary)

EDUCATION Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisites

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

Education 2 Early Childhood

English

English (plus (Can specialise in: Arts; Business; other prerquisites English; Mathematics; Science; for your chosen Social Science; or Technologies) specialisation) Middle School

4

Townsville Cairns Thursday Island Flexible

16/67

4

Townsville Cairns

16/67

Physical Education (Primary/ Secondary)

English

4

Townsville Cairns*

16/67

Primary

English

4

Townsville Cairns

16/67

Primary – Special Needs

English

4

Townsville Cairns

16/67

Primary by RATEP

English

4

Flexible

16/67

Secondary

English (plus other prerquisites for your chosen specialisation)

4

Townsville Cairns

16/67

English (plus an appropriate vocational education qualification)

3

Townsville Cairns

(Can specialise in: Biology; Business; Chemistry; Drama; Economics; English; Film, Television and New Media; Geography; Health and Physical Education; History; Languages; Legal Studies; Marine Studies; Mathematics; Music; Physics; Science; Technologies; or Visual Arts) Secondary – Vocational Education

Graduates teach in schools from Prep to Year 3 and may also work in childcare centres, community development and family support services. Career examples: early childhood teacher; childcare worker/ administrator; community development officer. Graduates are eligible for Queensland teacher registration as middle school teachers. They can also work in businesses where program development, curriculum writing and trainers are required. Career examples: middle school teacher (Years 4 to 9); curriculum writer; community trainer . Graduates are eligible for Queensland teacher registration and are qualified as health and physical education teachers. They can also be employed in coaching and sports coordination, recreational planning and health promotion. Career examples: physical education teacher; sports coach; gym manager; fitness consultant; trainer; team manager; recreation officer. Teaching is a portable qualification and graduates are eligible for Queensland registration to teach in primary schools. They may also work in educational attractions, government departments, community, welfare and family agencies. Career examples: primary teacher; government educator. Graduates are eligible for Queensland teacher registration to teach in special needs centres and primary schools. They may also work in educational attractions, government departments, community, welfare and family agencies. Career examples: primary teacher; special needs teacher/advisor; disability support worker. RATEP graduates can teach Years 1 to 7. Indigenous teaching graduates have specific opportunities where understanding of Indigenous culture is required. Career examples: Primary teacher; remote area teacher. Teaching is a portable qualification and graduates are eligible for Queensland teacher registration to work in their chosen specialisation. Other careers exist in government departments, community development, welfare and family support agencies. Career examples: secondary teacher; program developer; trainer; workshop presenter; principal; guidance officer; special education teacher; Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander education worker; TAFE teacher.

prior Graduates are eligible for Queensland teacher registration and can study/74 teach in secondary schools and TAFE colleges. Career examples: secondary teacher, TAFE teacher.

JCU's Graduate Diploma of Education is a one-year course available to graduates of other bachelor degrees wanting to gain teacher qualifications. More information is available in our Courses & Careers: Undergraduate Study Guide.

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There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. * First year only Flexible = Flexible delivery including online learning with some compulsory residential periods on Townsville Campus. RATEP = community-based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teacher education program www.ratep.eq.edu.au

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide ENGINEERING Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Engineering 2 Chemical

Civil

Computer Systems

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

English

4

Townsville Cairns*

12/76

Engineers are professional problem solvers with skills to find practical solutions to industrial and environmental problems.

English; Maths B

4

Townsville Cairns*

12/76

Chemical engineers develop safe, efficient processes to convert raw materials into useful products. They work for industries by considering costs, transportation and environmental issues.

English; Maths B

English; Maths B

4

4

Townsville Cairns*

Townsville Cairns*

12/76

Career examples: chemical and combustion engineer; development consultant; chemical plant operator; mineral processor; metallurgist. Civil engineers work with government and non-government agencies and developers to design, construct and maintain buildings, roads, bridges, railways, dams, port facilities and water supplies.

12/76

Career examples: civil engineer; consultant; disaster relief advisor; civil and structural engineering associate. Graduates are employed worldwide by high-tech industries to service, manufacture and develop such things as computer services, products and games, medical and aviation instruments, sound and graphics for cinemas and digital systems.

Electrical and Electronic

English; Maths B

4

Townsville Cairns*

12/76

Mechanical

English; Maths B

4

Townsville Cairns*

12/76

Planning

English

4

Townsville Cairns

17/65

Career examples: computer engineer (software, telecommunications, audio, video) computer systems developer; programmer. Graduates work with electrical power utilities, mining companies and sugar mills, in telecommunications and medical engineering, with computer products and digital signal processing. Career examples: electrical and computer engineer; programmer. Mechanical engineers analyse and design mechanical products for such industries as aeronautical, manufacturing, agriculture and food. They also solve problems relating to transportation, manufacturing, refrigeration, aviation, power generation, shipbuilding, and mining industries. Career examples: mechanical engineer; aircraft maintenance engineer; product consultant. Planners interpret and advise on planning documents for shire councils, city councils, planning companies and regional and state departments. Career examples: town planner; policy officer; planning consultant; researcher; impact assessor.

* First year only

2 There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. Joint degrees enable you to study two degrees in reduced time.

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“As a child I always enjoyed designing things, constructing with Lego and watching my father, a qualified fitter and turner, build equipment for our sugarcane farm. I am fascinated by machinery and how it operates, so studying mechanical engineering at JCU was a logical choice for me.�

Jacob Zatta

Studying Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)-Bachelor of Science (Physics)

HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Arts 2 Anthropology

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

English

3

see major

19/63

Arts graduates work in the private and public sectors using their communication, problem solving, analysis and research skills.

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Anthropologists work in government and non-government organisations, advising on social policy, planning and development. Career examples: market researcher; museum project officer; researcher; foreign aid worker.

Archaeology

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Archaeology graduates work for government departments, local councils and communities as consultants and advisers in museums, forensic science laboratories, or on native title projects. Career examples: heritage officer; native title consultant; interpretive centre officer; researcher.

Criminology

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Graduates can work in criminal and social justice roles, in community-based agencies, police services, community departments and community organisations. Career examples: correctional services officer; parole officer; advocacy officer.

English

English

3

Townsville Cairns Flexible

19/63

English graduates pursue careers in journalism, editing and publishing, creative writing, research, public relations, advertising and script-writing. Career examples: editor; publisher; script-writer. With additional qualifications, teacher in schools or universities.

Environmental Studies

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Graduates work can in public and private organisations that require an understanding of the environment and society. Career examples: environmental education officer; environmental consultant.

Geography

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Geographers work for government and non-government agencies in such areas as area management and local, regional and disaster planning. Career examples: planning officer; researcher. With further study, school and university teacher.

History

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

History graduates can work in museums and archives, government policy and heritage departments. Career examples: management consultant; researcher. With further study, school and university teacher.

Human Services

English

3

Townsville Cairns Flexible

19/63

Graduates can work in government and non-government organisations in social policy, disaster relief, or with charities, aged, disability and youth services or community housing. Career examples: disability officer; youth worker; rehabilitation officer; corrective services officer.

Indigenous Australian Studies

English

3

Townsville Cairns Flexible

19/63

This course is designed for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people wishing to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Graduates work in government departments, Indigenous community organisations and the private sector. Career examples: policy and planning officer; researcher; social advocate; community engagement officer; cultural heritage manger; community welfare officer.

Political Science

English

3

Townsville Cairns Flexible

19/63

Graduates can pursue careers as politicians, diplomats, researchers or work in community development and with international aid organisations. Career examples: private consultants; lobbyists; journalists; public relations officer.

Flexible = Flexible delivery including online learning with some compulsory residential periods on Townsville Campus.

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES continued Bachelor degrees With majors Psychology

Prerequisite subjects English

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Townsville Cairns

19/63

Graduates of this three-year program can pursue careers where their analytical and behavioural science skills are valuable.

(see also Bachelor of Psychology below) Sociology

Career examples: market researcher; media researcher; public relations officer; human resource officer. English

3

Townsville Cairns Flexible

19/63

Sociology graduates work in government and non-government organisations in policy analysis, social change forecasting, human and community services. Career examples: market researcher; human resource officer.

PSYCHOLOGY 2

English

4

Townsville Cairns

14/71

Graduates work in government and non-government agencies, consumer research, marketing, human resources, tourism, health and human services and research institutions. Career examples: psychologist/counsellor; researcher; project officer. Applications can be made for conditional accreditation as professional psychologists in private practice.

Social Science

Asia-Pacific Governance & Development

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

Social Science gives students the flexibility to combine different fields of study to create a unique degree with multiple career options.

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

Graduates work in government and non-government agencies or in multinational corporations that interact with communities or businesses in the Asia Pacific region. Career examples: diplomat; disaster management officer; trans-border security officer; international aid officer.

Environment & Heritage

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

Graduates can work in government and non-government departments, community organisations, national parks and environmental management agencies, Indigenous representative agencies, museums and heritage attractions. Career examples: environment and heritage officers; national parks officers; interpretive officers.

Social & Criminal Justice

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

Tropical Health & Society

English

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

Graduates can pursue careers with juvenile justice departments, police services and community-based organisations. Career examples: correctional services adviser; police liaison officer. These skills are in demand by federal, state and local governments, research organisations, consulting companies and aid organisations such as the World Health Organisation. Graduates can work in Australia and overseas. Career examples: health policy development officer; health promotion officer; education and welfare services officer.

Social Work

English

4

Townsville Cairns Mackay Flexible

15/69

Social workers find careers in government and non-government agencies including family and child welfare agencies, hospitals, clinics, drug abuse centres, schools and prisons. Career examples: social worker. Specialist areas include aged care; public housing; drug addiction; child abuse; domestic violence; youth or mental health; policy officer; anti-discrimination officer.

Flexible = Flexible delivery including online learning with some compulsory residential periods on Townsville Campus.

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“At school I always knew I wanted a career in the media so I enrolled in a Bachelor of Journalism. By second year I’d really clicked with radio journalism, and had a keen interest in human-interest stories. My degree gave me the foundations to pursue a successful career in the industry.”

Gemma Bauman

Bachelor of Journalism, 2008 (now enrolled in Graduate Diploma of Creative Arts)

JOURNALISM, COMMUNICATIONS & LANGUAGES Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Arts 2 Chinese (Mandarin)

Communication & Cinema

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

English

3

see major

19/62

Arts graduates work in the private and public sectors using their communication, problem solving, analysis and research skills

English

3

Cairns

19/62

Mandarin Chinese is increasingly in demand worldwide. Graduates find employment within Australia and overseas in government and non-government organisations and businesses for trade negotiations, treaties, security, international aid and human rights.

English

3

French

English

3

German Italian Japanese

English English English

3 3 3

Journalism

English

3

Public Relations

Writing

English

English

3

3

Townsville

Cairns Townsville Townsville Cairns Cairns Townsville Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

19/62

19/62 19/62 19/62 19/62 19/62

19/62

19/62

English

4

see major

18/64

Chinese (Mandarin) French

English English

4 4

18/64 18/64

German Italian Japanese

English English English

4 4 4

English

3

Cairns Cairns Townsville Townsville Cairns Cairns Townsville Townsville

Languages 2

Multimedia Journalism

Career examples: interpreter; translator. With additional qualifications, careers in education; law; communications; journalism. Graduates can pursue careers in the media as well as cinema-related roles. Career examples: script writer; editor; film reviewer. With additional qualifications, journalist; public relations officer. Having a second language can expand your career opportunities. Graduates find work in Australia and overseas in defence and security roles, trade negotiations, business and tourism promotion. Career examples: interpreter; translator. With additional qualifications, teacher; communications officer; journalist. Journalism graduates can work as reporters or presenters for print and electronic media, information officers for businesses, community and government organisations and as researchers and writers. Career examples: journalist. Specialist areas; business; finance; arts; sports; features. Companies, government departments and most organisations employ public relations (PR) specialists to manage their communications. Career examples: public relations officer; event manager; marketing officer. Graduates can pursue careers as fiction or non-fiction writers, scriptwriters and media or cultural researchers. Career examples: editor; freelance writer; publisher; literary agent; news writer; feature writer; copywriter. Having a second language can expand your career opportunities with graduates working in Australia and overseas in defence and security roles, trade negotiations, business and tourism promotion. Career examples: interpreter; translator. With additional qualifications, teacher; communications officer; journalist.

18/64 18/64 18/64 17/65

Journalists work for government, private and community organisations and corporations producing print, multimedia, documentaries, advertising and PR material in the arts, science, finance, sports and music. Career examples: journalist; feature writer; proof-reader; publicity officer; columnist; news reporter; public relations officer; sub-editor; media presenter; writer; media liaison officer; television producer.

2

There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. Joint degrees enable you to study two degrees in reduced time.

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide LAW Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Arts 2 Criminology

English

Business 2 Business Law (Secondary major only, to be completed in conjunction with a primary major. See Business & Information Technology.)

as per primary major

Laws 2

English

Social Science Social & Criminal Justice

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Graduates can work in justice departments, police departments and community-based agencies concerned with social justice.

3

Cairns Townsville

19/62

Career examples: criminologist; correctional services officer; parole officer. Career outcomes will depend on your primary Bachelor of Business major but could include administration of government departments and statutory authorities. Career examples: policy officer; researcher; community educator; business consultant; human resource officer; insurance officer.

English

4

3

Cairns Townsville

Cairns Townsville

15/69

19/62

Graduates become solicitors and barristers working in business, government or private practice in the areas of commercial and environmental law, conveyancing, property, industrial or taxation law. Career examples: lawyer; solicitor; barrister; legal practitioner; university lecturer. Graduates can pursue careers with the police, justice and correctional services departments and community organisations. Career examples: juvenile justice officer; police liaison officer.

2

There are opportunities to combine this degree with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet.

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Year 10 Career Guide


“I wanted a degree that would open up employment opportunities. The law permeates every aspect of society – from the functioning of business to our behaviour towards one another – so a Law degree can be useful in almost any job.”

Sergey Kinchin

Bachelor of Laws (Honours), 2010

MEDICINE & HEALTH Bachelor degrees

Prerequisite subjects

Biomedical Sciences

English; Maths B; Chemistry

Dental Surgery †

Exercise Physiology (Clinical) †

Medical Laboratory Science †

Medicine/Surgery

Nursing Science (Pre-registration)

Nursing Science External (Pre-registration) Nursing Science/ MIDWIFERY

Occupational Therapy †

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Townsville

15/69

Biomedical scientists work in medical or veterinary laboratories, research establishments, pharmaceutical industries, disease control organisations, health promotion, administration, forensic science and food technology.

English; Maths B; Chemistry (Biology desirable); + JCU application

5

English; plus one of Maths B, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education or Health Education

4

English; Maths B; Chemistry

4

English; Maths B; Chemistry; + JCU application

English (Maths B, Biology or Chemistry desirable) English (Maths B, Biology or Chemistry desirable) English (Maths B, Biology or Chemistry desirable)

English; plus one of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education

6

Cairns

Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

SER

Career examples: research assistant; pharmaceutical researcher; medical laboratory scientist; pathology service scientist. Qualified dentists can work in private practice, in government public health positions, school dental clinics, the defence force or as locums.

16/67

Career examples: dentist; dental surgeon registered with the appropriate Dental Board. Clinical exercise physiologists work in rehabilitation centres, public and private hospitals, sports medicine clinics, health and fitness centres, sporting organisations, personal training centres, corporate health and fitness and the health insurance industry.

15/69

SER

3

Townsville Cairns

19/62

3

Flexible

15/69

4

Townsville

4

Townsville

12

14/72

Career examples: exercise physiologist; medical insurance case manager; occupational workplace health and safety officer; rehabilitation officer; health and fitness manager; research officer. Medical laboratory scientists find careers in hospitals, biomedical and scientific institutions, medical pathology laboratories, veterinary and teaching laboratories. Career examples: laboratory technician; forensic scientist; toxicologist; hospital laboratory scientist. With postgraduate qualifications graduates can pursue careers in medical research. Medical graduates work as doctors in private practice, public health, academia, aid organisations, the defence force, hospitals, community health centres and research centres. Career examples: hospital doctor; aid worker; community health doctor; general practitioner. Specialisations include anaesthetist; psychiatrist; ophthalmologist; paediatrician; general practitioner; surgeon; obstetrician/gynaecologist; pathologist; physician. Nurses work in hospitals, health clinics, nursing homes, public health authorities, schools, the defence force, in health administration and health promotion. Career examples: medical practice nurse; public and private hospital nurse; aged care worker; nurse educator; occupational health nurse; home care worker. Specialisations include intensive care nursing.

Graduates can register with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia to become both a registered nurse and midwife. Midwives provide a continuity of care to women through pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal period. Career examples: nurse (working in intensive care, emergency, neurology, orthopedics, radiology, paediatrics, etc...); midwife. Occupational therapists work in public and private hospitals, medical rehabilitation units, home care services, retirement homes, psychiatric clinics, schools and tertiary education centres, pharmacies, workplace health and safety units, independent living centres and private practice. Career examples: occupational therapist registered with the Occupational Therapists Board of Queensland.

Indigenous Health Careers Program (IHCP) option available for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants www.jcu.edu.au/ihu Flexible = Flexible delivery including online learning with some compulsory residential periods on Townsville Campus. SER = Special Entry Requirements

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide MEDICINE & HEALTH continued Bachelor degrees

Prerequisite subjects

Occupational Therapy Flexible

English; plus one of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education

4

English; Maths B; Chemistry; + JCU application

4

Pharmacy †

Physiotherapy †

Psychology

Speech Pathology †

Sport & Exercise Science†

2

Veterinary Science

English; Maths B; plus one of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education; + JCU application English

Years (fulltime)

4

Campus

Administered from Townsville

Townsville

Townsville

OP/ RANK SER

Career information

Occupational therapists work in public and private hospitals, medical rehabilitation units, home care services, retirement homes, psychiatric clinics, schools and tertiary education centres, pharmacies, workplace health and safety units, independent living centres and private practice.

SER

Career examples: occupational therapist registered with the Occupational Therapists Board of Queensland. Pharmacists work in community or hospital practice, medical or pharmaceutical research and development, manufacturing industries, marketing, drug regulation and education.

SER

Career examples: pharmacist registered with the Pharmacists Board of Queensland. Physiotherapists work in hospitals, rehabilitation units, community health centres, schools, research positions, aged care services, private practice, sports medicine clinics or as advisors in educational or government institutions. Career examples: physiotherapist registered with the Physiotherapists Board of Queensland.

4

English; plus one of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education

4

English; (Maths B, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education desirable) English; Maths B; Chemistry; (Biology highly desirable); + JCU application

3

Cairns Townsville

Townsville

Cairns Townsville

14/71

13/74

18/64

Graduates work in government and non-government agencies in human services, consumer research, marketing, human resources, tourism, and research institutions. Career examples: psychologist; counsellor; researcher; project officer. Graduates can apply for conditional accreditation as professional psychologists in private practice. Speech pathologists work in preschools, kindergartens, schools, government agencies, child guidance, community health centres, rehabilitation units, hearing centres for the intellectually impaired and private practice. Career examples: speech pathologist; speech therapist registered with the Speech Pathologists Board of Queensland. Graduates work in gymnasiums, sporting organisations, private practice and in workplace health and safety. Career examples: sport and exercise scientist; fitness leader; gym instructor; health promotion officer; personal trainer; fitness instructor; sporting manager/administrator; sport development officer; sports trainer; rehabilitation officer.

5

Townsville

SER

Graduates work as vets in private practice or with federal and state government departments involved with animal disease control, animal production, livestock inspection, quarantine services, research, agricultural industries or research. Career examples: small animal or rural vet; disease control specialist; quarantine officer; livestock inspector; animal production specialist; human health researcher.

Indigenous Health Careers Program (IHCP) option available for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants www.jcu.edu.au/ihu Flexible = Flexible delivery including online learning with some compulsory residential periods on Townsville Campus. SER = Special Entry Requirements

2 There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. Joint degrees enable you to study two degrees in reduced time.

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Year 10 Career Guide


“Dentistry offers an opportunity to use my fine motor skills, so I can combine my passion for working with my hands in a career that hopefully will afford me great opportunities.�

Louise Hanrahan

Studying Bachelor of Dental Surgery

SCIENCE Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

Biotechnology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

17/65

Business & Environmental Science

English, Maths B, Chemistry

3

Townsville

17/66

Geology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

17/65

Marine Science

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

10/81

Biotechnology graduates work in government departments and research laboratories in genetic engineering, cell culture, molecular biology and agriculture, as well as the food, health, veterinary and pharmaceutical industries. Career examples: consultant; Department of Primary Industries biotechnician; CSIRO research scientist; biotechnology researcher. Graduates can work as environmental advisers to businesses and government departments. Career examples: natural resource advisers; consultants and academics. Geologists work for governments and industries to locate reserves of energy and minerals and to determine ways to extract these resources and to rehabilitate sites. Career examples: geologist in mining and natural resources. Marine scientists work with private and government agencies in conservation policy, environmental management, impact assessment, tourism and education.

Planning

Science 2 Aquaculture

Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

Chemistry

Ecology & Conservation

Environmental & Marine Geosciences

English

4

Cairns Townsville

see major

3

see major

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

English; Maths B; Chemistry

English; Maths B; Chemistry

English; Maths B; Chemistry

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

3

3

3

Cairns* Townsville

Cairns* Townsville

Cairns Townsville

Cairns Townsville

17/65

see major 16/67

16/67

Career examples: marine management consultant; fisheries manager; oceanographer; interpretive officer. With further study, researcher or university teachers. Graduates interpret planning documents and legislation for local, state and federal government agencies and development companies. Career examples: town planner; policy officer; planning consultant; researcher; impact assessor. The Bachelor of Science is a flexible degree with a wide variety of majors to choose from. Graduates can pursue careers as business managers, policy developers or government administrators in commercial fish farms, public and private hatcheries and aquaculture support industries. Career examples: fisheries biologist; fisheries manager; environmental conservation officer. Graduates can work in government departments, pathology and hospital laboratories and pharmaceutical industries.

16/67

Career examples: researcher; biologist. With higher qualifications, university academic. Chemistry underpins many other specialisations with graduates working in the manufacturing, processing, mining, pharmaceutical, agriculture, and food industries with state and federal government agencies

16/67

Career examples: forensic scientist; customs officer; health-industry worker; researcher. With higher qualifications, university teacher. Graduates find work within government departments and consulting companies involved with conservation and environmental management .

16/67

Career examples: biologist; conservation officer; researcher. With further study, university teacher. This degree is focused on understanding and dealing with earthsurface processes, deposits and land forms, including those in the marine and coastal realm. A wide variety of fieldwork is included in this course. Career examples: geomorphologists; soil scientists; hydrologists; marine geoscientists; research scientists.

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide SCIENCE continued Bachelor degrees With majors Environmental Science

Prerequisite subjects English; Maths B; Chemistry

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Cairns Townsville

16/67

Graduates work for government agencies and the private sector in the agricultural, mining and conservation industries managing site rehabilitation, environmental education and pollution. Career examples: environmental scientist; agricultural scientist; rehabilitation consultant.

General Program

English

3

Cairns Townsville

16/67

This flexible option allows students to complete bridging Mathematics and Chemistry and progress to other Bachelor of Science majors.

Genetics & Genomics

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

16/67

Graduates find work in plant, animal and human genetics.

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

16/67

Geography

Career examples: gene technologist; biotechnology researcher; lab technician. With futher training, genetic counsellor; patent attorney; secondary school teacher. Geographers study patterns and processes in land use working in government and non- government agencies. Career examples: Environmental Protection officer; CSIRO officer; nature conservation officer. With further study, researcher; teacher.

Geology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

16/67

Marine Biology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

16/67

Geologists work for governments and industries to locate reserves of energy and minerals and to determine ways to extract these resources and to rehabilitate sites. Career examples: geologist in mining and natural resources. Graduates work in private and public agencies in conservation policy and environmental management. Career examples: marine biologist; environmental management officer; interpretive tourism officer. With higher qualifications, researcher; university teacher.

Marine Biology Advanced

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

6/90

Graduates are prepared for advanced careers in marine biology with agencies such as the Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), CSIRO, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA), the World Conservation Society, the World Wildlife Fund, and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Career examples: researcher; university teacher; environmental resource management officer; conservation officer.

Mathematics

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

16/67

Mathematics graduates work in areas of applied research where data needs to be organised, managed and analysed, these include operations, econometrics, biometrics, market research and mathematical modelling. Career examples: market researcher; oceanographer; data systems analyser, meteorologist; teaching.

Microbiology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

16/67

Microbiologists work in the areas of veterinary and health sciences including food and beverage manufacture, research and quality control, biotechnology, pollution monitoring and control, manufacture of pharmaceuticals, paints and cosmetics, minerals extraction, agriculture and forestry industries. Career examples: food technician; quality control officer; biotechnician; researcher.

Pharmacology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

16/67

Graduates work in the pharmaceutical industry, in biomedical research and with hospital laboratories. Career examples: pharmacologist. With higher qualifications, research officer with universities.

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Year 10 Career Guide


“The appeal of studying geology was sparked after studying Earth Science at high school and joining the Australian Mineral Venture, which involved visiting mine sites throughout Queensland. When I finish my degree I’ll probably work at a mine site, then move into exploration when I’m more experienced.”

Louise Schoneveld

Studying Bachelor of Geology

SCIENCE continued Bachelor degrees With majors Physics

Prerequisite subjects English; Maths B; Chemistry; Physics (or Maths C in lieu of Physics)

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Career information

3

Townsville

16/67

Physics graduates can work in industrial, scientific and educational occupations including health and medicine, meteorology, environmental monitoring, energy production, telecommunications, computing, astronomy, marine physics, electromagnetic remote sensing and gaseous electronics. Career examples: physicist; remote sensor; telecommunications specialist; molecular scientist. With higher qualifications, research careers in universities or research organisations.

Physiology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

16/67

Physiology graduates find work in biomedical research laboratories and sports academies. Career examples: physiologist; project officer; sports scientist. With higher qualifications, careers in universities and research organisations.

Zoology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

16/67

Graduates work in ecological, educational and conservation-related fields including national park management, faunal assessment, species conservation, pest and disease control, museum collecting, zoo and wildlife park management and as consultants. Career examples: zoologist; wildlife manager; pest and disease controller; interpretive tourism officer. With further study, university teaching; researcher.

SCIENCE (Advanced)

see major

3

see major

6/90

Aquaculture

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Chemistry

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Ecology & Conservation

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

6/90

Environmental & Marine Geoscience

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

6/90

Environmental Science

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

6/90

Genetics & Genomics

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Geography

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

6/90

Geology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Mathemtics

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Graduates have a high level of understanding and practical application in their chosen specialisation, and an appreciation of the role science plays in our modern world. Career examples: scientist in specialist area; project officer; researcher; university teacher.

* first year only

Enquiries 1800 246 446 ~ www.jcu.edu.au

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Year 10 Career Guide SCIENCE continued Bachelor degrees With majors

Prerequisite subjects

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

Microbiology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

6/90

Pharmacology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns* Townsville

6/90

Physics

English; Maths B; Chemistry; Physics (or Maths C in lieu of Physics)

3

Townsville

6/90

Physiology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Townsville

6/90

Zoology

English; Maths B; Chemistry

3

Cairns Townsville

6/90

English

3

Cairns

TBA

SUSTAINABILITY (NEW) Business Science Social Science

Career information

Graduates have a high level of understanding and practical application in their chosen specialisation, and an appreciation of the role science plays in our modern world. Career examples: scientist in specialist area; project officer; researcher; university teacher.

This course is multifaceted, incorporating conservation, ecology, planning, resource management, tourism, agriculture, ecology, environmental science, social science and business. Graduates will have the opportunity to take on strategic and policy roles in both government and private industry. Career examples: cultural and natural heritage managers; land and water managers; environmental consultants; evironmental researcher; impact assessor.

* first year only TBA = to be announced

2

There are opportunities to combine these degrees with others. See the ‘Joint degree’ tables at the back of this booklet. Joint degrees enable you to study two degrees in reduced time.

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Year 10 Career Guide


“After high school I considered studying medicine, but as I had many other interest areas, including a love of English and writing, I didn’t want to commit to a six-year degree if I wasn’t sure. So I enrolled in Arts majoring in English as well as a Science degree majoring in pharmacology.”

Peter Fisher

Studying joint degree Bachelor of Arts (English)-Bachelor of Science

DIPLOMAS Diploma courses are one-year study programs (or longer if taken part-time) designed for students who may not meet the academic requirements for their preferred degree. These are sometimes refered to as ‘pathway programs’. Diplomas

Prerequisite subjects

Arts Business Creative Arts Health Science Information Technology Introductory Engineering Studies Science

none none none none none English none

Years (fulltime) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Campus

OP/ RANK

Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville

20/61 20/61 20/61 N/A 20/61 14/72 20/61

N/A = not applicable

JOINT BACHELOR DEGREES Joint degrees combine two degrees in reduced time, generally four to five years, and prepare graduates with expertise from two study areas. Joint degree graduates enjoy enhanced career prospects. For entry to joint degrees, you must meet the necessary entry requirements to both degrees. Bachelor of

Prerequisite subjects

Arts-Business Arts-Laws Arts-Science^

English English English (plus other subjects required for chosen Science major) English English (Maths B desirable) English (Maths B desirable) English English English English English English (plus other subjects required for chosen Science major) English; Maths B English; Maths B (plus other subjects required for chosen Science major) English (plus other subjects required for chosen Science major) English (Maths B, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education desirable) English (Maths B, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Physical Education or Health Education desirable)

Arts-Social Work Business-Laws Business (Accounting)-Laws Business-Psychology Education (MIDDLE SCHOOL)-Arts Education (Secondary)-Arts Education (Primary)-Languages Education (Secondary)-Languages Education (Secondary)-Science^ Engineering-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Engineering-Science^ Science-Laws Sport & Exercise Science-Business

Sport & Exercise Science-Education

Years (fulltime)

Campus

OP/ RANK

4 5 4

Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville

19/60 15/69 19/60

5 5 5 5 4.5 4.5 5 5 4.5

Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville Townsville Cairns, Townsville

15/69 15/69 15/69 14/71 16/66 16/66 16/66 16/66 16/66

5 5

Cairns, Townsville Cairns, Townsville

12/76

5

Cairns, Townsville

15/69

4

Cairns, Townsville

16/66

Townsville

16/66

4.5

* first year only ^ not all science majors are available as a joint degree option Please note: Honours programs are available for most JCU bachelor degrees. The minimum duration for an Honours degree is four years of full-time study.

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A Guide to pre requisite subject requirements for entering Undergraduate ciurses at James Cook University

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