2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE

2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE

2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS

2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE

CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 4.2 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mlack_mlarchcswk.html < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < SECTION CONTENTS < CONTENTS < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < SECTION CONTENTS < CONTENTS Tap on this link to access additional information on the University website Tap on the left edge of the page to move to the previous page when viewing on iPad iBooks Tap on the right edge of the page to move to the next page when viewing on iPad iBooks Tap on this link to return to the main contents page Tap on this link to return to the contents page within each course section Tap on this link to return to this PDF navigation information page 2

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  • 3 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION CONTENTS 04 Why the University of Adelaide? 05 Architecture 15 Arts 29
  • Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences 32 Business 61 Computer Science / IT 69 Economics 73 Education 77 Engineering 86 Global Food and Resources 90 Health and Medical Sciences 117 Law 126 Mathematical Sciences 129 Music 136 Science and Agriculture
2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE

< PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION 4 < CONTENTS Produced 110 Rhodes Scholars Member of Group of Eight* Ranked in top 1% of universities worldwide^ Associated with 5 Nobel Laureates WHY THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE? Our legacy becomes your career advantage With a degree from a university consistently ranked in the top 1% globally and a 140-year tradition of preparing tomorrow’s leaders, University of Adelaide students graduate with a global career advantage.

Our students are highly regarded and professionally recognised around the world. Students are well prepared to take advantage of the opportunities this recognition can bring.Working closely with our world-class teaching staff, they acquire the skills, knowledge and experience to make a significant contribution in their chosen field. Adelaide has a long and proud tradition that instills confidence in our students.We are Australia’s third oldest university and have a history of excellence in education spanning more than 140 years. We are distinguished by an emphasis on equality and by our ongoing focus on delivering outstanding research for the benefit of society.The University of Adelaide has played a role in many of the world’s important discoveries and advancements, with our alumni having contributed significantly to shaping the educational, political and social arenas of their day.

With us, students are motivated to achieve their best and are supported by an inspiring educational community committed to helping them. ^ Times Higher and QS ranking. * A coalition of Australia’s leading research intensive universties.

2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE
  • 5 3 INDUSTRY PROFESSORS RECOGNISED BY 5 PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION BODIES 05 DOUBLE DEGREES* ARCHITECTURE < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS *
  • Master of Architecture with Master of Landscape Architecture, and Master of Planning (Urban Design) with Master of Landscape Architecture 14 Master of Property 12 Master of Planning (Urban Design) 11 Master of Planning 09 Master of Construction Management 10 Master of Landscape Architecture 08
  • Master of Architecture with Master of Landscape Architecture 13
  • Master of Planning (Urban Design) with Master of Landscape Architecture 07 Master of Architecture by coursework
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< PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS 6 < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS We specialise in delivering internationally recognised degrees in architecture, landscape architecture, planning, urban design, property and construction management. Students joining our school benefit from our biggerpicture view of the world. Our curriculum focuses on the built environment as a whole, not just its individual components.We specialise in three particular streams of the discipline: architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. To become a practising architect, students must complete a minimum five years’ study: a threeyear undergraduate degree in architectural design, followed by a two-year master degree.

The University of Adelaide is the only institution in South Australia to offer a double degree pathway at master level in architecture. Completing the double master degree requires only one extra year of study, and qualifies students in two disciplines, thereby enhancing their career prospects.

Features of our school We have invested in three industry professors. Each of whom is an award-winning professional in their own right.They bring a high degree of inspiration and reality to their teaching. Our internship program provides master degree students with professional work placements with Australian or overseas businesses and professional practices. Students have 24-hour access to our computeraided architectural design (CAAD) studio and state-of-the-art model-making laboratory, one of the best equipped architectural design labs at any Australian university.

Scholarships Our students have access to industry sponsored awards and scholarships in recognition of outstanding work.

THE WORLD IS FACING GROWING CHALLENGES OF EXPLOSIVE POPULATION GROWTH. I CHOSE AN ARCHITECTURAL DEGREE, BECAUSE ARCHITECTS ARE UNIQUELY PLACED TO MEET THESE CHALLENGES HEAD ON.” Hayley Edwards Master of Architecture with Master of Landscape Architecture

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  • 7 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 4.2 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ march_marchcswk.html MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE BY COURSEWORK The Master of Architecture degree provides specialist advanced design education for entry into the contemporary architectural profession. A sequence of core design studios, each with a distinct focus, encompassing material cultures, urban landscapes, and complex buildings, forms the heart of the program. Courses in professional practice, construction technologies, as well as history and theory studies supplement the studios. Travelling studios and professional internships are provided as electives, while linkages to allied professions in the built environment, including landscape architecture, urban design and planning are embedded in the curriculum. The degree culminates in a research-led final design project, conducted in small studio groups under close supervision by academic staff.This allows students to develop and explore their own distinctive interests and possible career directions. Career opportunities
  • architect
  • project administrator
  • project manager Professional accreditation The Master of Architecture (coursework) is accredited by the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia. < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS
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  • 8 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 3 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 5.0 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ marml_marc/mlarc.html MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE WITH MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE The Master of Architecture with Master of Landscape Architecture double degree develops a deep understanding and appreciation of design’s significance and theoretical underpinnings, and the vital importance of a close relationship between the architecture and landscape architecture professions. Additionally, the interdisciplinary nature of practice is emphasised through close contact and shared courses with architecture and urban design students. The program provides deep engagement with both local and international issues. Students learn about, and participate in, multiple contemporary projects and debates about the environment, community, culture and society. Career opportunities
  • architect
  • landscape architect. Professional accreditation The Master of Architecture is accredited by the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia.The Master of Landscape Architecture is accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA).

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2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROSPECTUS - THE UNIVERSITY of ADELAIDE

9 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Graduate entry only. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mcmgt_mconmgt.html MASTER OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT The growth of infrastructure and building projects is a significant driver of the economy—both in Australia and throughout the world.There is growing demand to ensure these projects are delivered on time, within budget, and at a high level of quality, to satisfy stakeholders.

Graduates of this degree are well equipped, and fully qualified, to provide advice in these circumstances.

The degree is hosted by the School of Architecture and Built Environment. However, it also draws on business and project management expertise across the Faculty of the Professions to provide a holistic approach to the study of various aspects of construction management. Career opportunities Graduates of the Master of Construction Management will appeal to a wide range of employers including contractors, developers, government agencies, project management consultants and engineering consultants. Professional accreditation The Master of Construction Management program is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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10 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 4.2 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mlack_mlarchcswk.html MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE The Master of Landscape Architecture develops a deep understanding and appreciation of design’s significance and theoretical underpinnings, and the vital importance of a close relationship between the architecture and landscape architecture professions.

Additionally, the interdisciplinary nature of landscape architecture practice is emphasised, through close contact and shared courses with architecture and urban design students.

  • Students are encouraged to develop their own position in relation to current disciplinary and socio-political concerns, rather than follow trends or dogma.We require that they consider expanded possibilities—rather than secure definitions— regarding what constitutes landscape architecture as an effective and affective contemporary practice. Career opportunities
  • landscape architect
  • project administrator
  • project manager. Professional accreditation The Master of Landscape Architecture is accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA). Scholarship Oxigen Masters of Landscape Architecture scholarships.adelaide.edu.au/scholarship/pgcw/ professions/oxigen-masters-of-landscape-architecture The Oxigen Masters of Landscape Architecture Scholarship has been established by the School of Architecture and Built Environment to support postgraduate coursework students undertaking their first year of Master of Landscape Architecture study at the University of Adelaide. Applicants must be able to demonstrate genuine financial need. < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS

11 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 5.0 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mplan_mplanning.html MASTER OF PLANNING Urban planning is concerned with how we lay out, regulate and manage the cities, neighbourhoods and places in which we live.With cities becoming larger and more complex all around the world, it is important we manage their growth to: provide a good quality of life for all residents; ensure employment opportunities; protect their natural and historic built heritage; and ensure their resilience to natural disasters and climate change.

A planner’s overarching objective is ensuring our cities are both attractive places to live and work now, and sustainable into the future.

  • The Master of Planning provides a broad-based education in planning, covering urbanisation, policy, theory, practice and planning law.The urban development process is a central area for study. Career opportunities
  • urban and regional planning
  • environmental planning. Professional accreditation The Master of Planning is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA). < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS

12 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 5.0 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mpud_mplanud.html High quality urban design is a very important aspect of city development as it creates the places we all experience. Urban design focuses on the space between buildings, improving on the context the buildings provide to make spaces that are attractive, usable, safe, enhance community and draw people to them.These are the areas experienced on a daily basis by residents, workers, shoppers and visitors. Urban design applies tried and tested approaches to the design and improvement of:
  • streets and circulation spaces
  • public squares and meeting places
  • pedestrian areas
  • semi private space around buildings. Within the broad context of urban development and planning, the Master of Planning (Urban Design) prepares graduates to understand how to design better places and spaces. Career opportunities
  • urban designer
  • planner
  • project administrator
  • project manager. Professional accreditation The Master of Planning (Urban Design) is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA). MASTER OF PLANNING (URBAN DESIGN) < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS

13 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 3 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 5.0 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus portfolio of work and CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mpmla_mlarcmplan.html The Master of Planning (Urban Design) with Master of Landscape Architecture double degree qualifies graduates to apply for registration and practise as both planners and landscape architects.

  • While the location of Planning within the School of Architecture and Built Environment ensures an emphasis on the importance of the design of spaces and places, the program also provides deep engagement with local and international issues. Students learn about, and participate in, multiple contemporary projects and debates about the environment, community, culture and society. Career opportunities
  • landscape architect
  • planner
  • project manager
  • project administrator
  • urban designer. Professional accreditation The Master of Planning (Urban Design) is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA). The Master of Landscape Architecture is accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA). MASTER OF PLANNING (URBAN DESIGN) WITH MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE < ARCHITECTURE CONTENTS
  • 14 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a 5.0 out of 7.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher, plus CV. ENQUIRIES architecture.enquiries@ask.adelaide.edu.au FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mprop_mproperty.html As the world becomes more urbanised, the role of property developers is increasingly critical. All countries are witnessing a huge amount of public and private investment in land, buildings, offices, housing, retail and recreation facilities; and it is developers who ensure these developments are safe, productive, sustainable, provide high-quality accommodation for occupiers, and deliver a return on investment for sponsors. The degree is hosted by the School of Architecture and Built Environment. However, it also draws on business and project management expertise across the Faculty of the Professions to provide a holistic approach to the study of property. Career opportunities
  • property analyst
  • property development adviser
  • property investment adviser
  • property manager. Professional accreditation The Master of Property program is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. RICS is an internationally recognised professional standard which allows graduates to work in the property industry in many countries around the world.

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  • Graduate Certificate in Environmental Policy and Management 19 Graduate Diploma in Art History 20
  • Graduate Diploma in Environmental Policy and Management 21
  • Graduate Diploma in Interpreting,Translation andTranscultural Communication 23 Master of Arts 26
  • Master of Arts (Interpreting,Translation and Transcultural Communication) 27 Master of Environmental Policy and Management 24 Master of Arts (Curatorial and Museum Studies) 25 Master of Arts (Studies in Art History) 17 Graduate Certificate in Art History ARTS < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS ACADEMIC STAFF OF INTERNATIONAL DISTINCTION WORLD-CLASS RESOURCES AND FACILITIES 22
  • Graduate Diploma in Media (Strategic Communication) 28 Master of Media (Strategic Communication)

16 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS < ARTS CONTENTS Nurture your desire to fulfil your personal and professional potential with postgraduate studies in the Arts. Become an expert in your field Develop specialist knowledge and skills that extend you beyond your undergraduate degree while learning from leading researchers and practitioners. You will sharpen your analytical thinking and research skills, providing you with academic depth that sets you apart from others and enhances your career opportunities.

We offer a range of qualifications to hone specific areas of interest, and to develop advanced transferable skills relevant to the workplace or research environment.

Expand your career Postgraduate surveys reveal that 86.4% of humanities and social sciences postgraduates rated the skills and knowledge gained in their award as significant for their full-time employment. Postgraduate salaries are shown to be higher than the equivalent salaries for bachelor degree graduates in every employment sector. In 2015, the median salary for humanities postgraduates in full-time employment was $75 000. Furthermore, postgraduates are more likely to be in permanent or long-term employment than bachelor degree graduates (85.4% compared to 66.8%).* Personal and professional growth Further study in the Arts offers personal development and career opportunities for: recent graduates seeking a promotion who are looking to enhance their career options; midcareer professionals extending or updating their knowledge in a changing industry; or someone branching out into a completely new field for any number of personal or professional reasons.

Postgraduate Destinations 2015 - www.graduatecareers.edu.au “ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ISSUES CAN BE COMPLEX. THIS DEGREE WILL GIVE YOU SKILLS AND PERSPECTIVES TO CONSIDER ALL THE ISSUES AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO THE COMMUNITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT.” Michelle Jones Master of Environmental Policy and Management

17 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 6 months full-time / 1 year part-time INTAKE February FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent. Selection into level of program is based on academic achievement. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gcarh_gcarthis.html GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ART HISTORY This degree offers students with a bachelor degree in an unrelated discipline an introduction to the study of art and visual culture for pleasure or professional development.

Learn how to analyse and interpret works of art and explore the making and meaning of diverse images and objects from painting and sculpture to street art and digital media. Research-active art historians teach courses on Renaissance art, eighteenth-century European art, Australian art, and Contemporary art, which are enriched by the collections of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Course are available to study on campus or online.

Students complete one core and one elective course. Career opportunities Graduates are equipped with transferable knowledge and skills in art historical methods and theories, and critical thinking, writing, and speaking, as a pathway for careers in private and commercial galleries and museums, marketing and communications, auction houses, arts journalism, arts policy development, and a creative foundation area for primary and secondary teaching. < ARTS CONTENTS

18 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 6 months full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent. Selection into level of program is based on academic achievement. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gcepm_gcenvp&m.html Develop a deeper understanding of the principles and practice of environmental policy, planning and governance. Responding effectively to environmental problems involves far more than the application of scientific knowledge, or the ‘top-down’ regulation of people and their environments. Government policies must be negotiated with, and implemented through, diverse private-sector agents and a differentiated civil society. Managing environmental problems therefore entails a new set of approaches, including government, public-private partnerships, economic tools and incentives, democratic decentralisation and risk management. The degree addresses how the signature environmental issues of our time are to be managed; now and into the future. It is targeted at three distinct audiences:
  • recent graduates seeking a career in environmental management
  • mid-career professionals looking to update their knowledge in the fast-changing domain of environmental governance and management
  • students who would like to undertake further research on these topics.

Students complete the core course Environmental Planning and Governance, and an elective chosen from a select list, such as: Environmental Impact Assessment or Community Engagement, as an example. Career opportunities Graduates of the degree will be well equipped to take up senior policy roles in government and a variety of roles in environmental management for government agencies, industry and the not-for-profit sector. GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT < ARTS CONTENTS

19 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time INTAKE February FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent, or Graduate Certificate in Art History.

ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gdarh_gdarthist.html This degree offers students with a bachelor degree in an unrelated discipline an introduction to the study of art and visual culture for pleasure or professional development. Learn how to analyse and interpret works of art and explore the making and meaning of diverse images and objects from painting and sculpture to street art and digital media. Research-active art historians teach courses on Renaissance art, eighteenth-century European art, Australian art, Contemporary art, and online exhibition development, which are enriched by the collections of the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Courses include independent study projects and are available to study on campus or online. Students complete one core and three elective courses. Career opportunities Graduates are equipped with transferable knowledge and skills in art historical methods and theories, and critical thinking, writing, and speaking, as a pathway for Masters coursework in art historical research or curatorial and museum studies, as well as careers in public, private and commercial galleries and museums, marketing and communications, auction houses, arts journalism, arts policy development, and a creative foundation area for primary and secondary teaching.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ART HISTORY < ARTS CONTENTS

20 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1 year full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent, or Graduate Certificate in Environment Policy and Management. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gdepm_gdenvp&m.html Develop a deeper understanding of the principles and practice of environmental policy, planning and governance. Responding effectively to environmental problems involves far more than the application of scientific knowledge, or the ‘top-down’ regulation of people and their environments. Government policies must be negotiated with, and implemented through, diverse private-sector agents and a differentiated civil society. Managing environmental problems therefore entails a new set of approaches, including government, public-private partnerships, economic tools and incentives, democratic decentralisation and risk management. The degree addresses how the signature environmental issues of our time are to be managed; now and into the future. It is targeted at three distinct audiences:
  • recent graduates seeking a career in environmental management
  • mid-career professionals looking to update their knowledge in the fast-changing domain of environmental governance and management
  • those wishing to undertake further research on these topics. Students complete the core course Environmental Planning and Governance and then choose three elective courses from a select list, such as: Environmental Impact Assessment, Regional Planning, or Community Engagement, to name a few. Career opportunities Graduates of the degree will be well equipped to take up senior policy roles in government and a variety of roles in environmental management for government agencies, industry and the not-for-profit sector. GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT < ARTS CONTENTS

21 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1 year full-time INTAKE February FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gdttc_gdttc.html For students fluent in both Chinese and English who seek a career as a professional interpreter and/or translator, this degree will provide you with skills and knowledge in cultural and social studies, cross-cultural communication and practical skills in interpreting and translation.The degree is endorsed by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).

Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to undertake the Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator tests conducted by NAATI.

The Graduate Diploma in Interpreting, Translation and Transcultural Communication is an AQF Level 8 qualification with a standard full-time duration of 1 year. Career opportunities There has been a significant increase in the demand for Chinese-speaking, transcultural and transnational professionals in the global market. The program complements this demand by providing you with the skills and knowledge to work and communicate effectively in an environment requiring translation and cross-cultural communication expertise. The degree prepares you for a career as a professional translator working in a range of fields, such as government, business, commerce, law, international relations and other specialised areas.

Professional accreditation The degree is endorsed by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to undertake the Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator tests conducted by NAATI.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INTERPRETING, TRANSLATION AND TRANSCULTURAL COMMUNICATION < ARTS CONTENTS

22 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS Nowhere is multi-skilling more valuable than in the media industry. Broadcasters, communications agencies, large organisations and government are all looking for professionals who can identify and execute strategic messaging across the board—through digital and social media, PR and brand communication. With our new Graduate Diploma in Media (Strategic Communication), you’ll be ready to play a senior role. What will you do? Conducted over one year full-time, the degree will prepare you to take on significant responsibility in strategic communication planning, management and execution. You will graduate with enhanced skills in:
  • strategic thinking and strategic media engagement, in local, national and global contexts
  • creating and tailoring strategic messaging across different industries and sectors, and all key media channels, including digital and social media
  • communicating for change
  • strategic media leadership
  • risk and crisis communication. Where could it take you?

You’ll graduate well equipped to shape strategic communications for organisations of all kinds, and to achieve all objectives: marketing, business development, community engagement and positive social change.You’ll also have the opportunity to continue your studies with the Master of Media (Strategic Communication). GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MEDIA (STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION) CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1 year full-time INTAKE February and September FACULTY Arts ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ gdms_gdmedsc.html < ARTS CONTENTS

23 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ marts_marts.html The Master of Arts degree consists of core research courses, including a thesis, and specialisations that work much as majors do in the Bachelor of Arts.The degree offers specialisations in:
  • Creative Practice in Music (extension pathway only)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Global Media
  • International Relations. Students will be challenged to think, grow and perform at new levels, and will develop an enviable suite of transferable skills. Career opportunities Graduates from the Creative Practice in Music stream have various performance opportunities in public and private practice, and often undertake teaching in the private studio. Environmental Studies graduates will be well equipped to take up senior policy roles in government and a variety of roles in environmental management for government agencies, industry and the not-for-profit sector.

Global Media graduates will be well equipped with both applied and theoretical understandings of media in a global environment, and ready to take on careers in a wide range of media-focused industries.The growing and diversified nature of these industries opens up a broad range of opportunities for graduates to utilise their skills and knowledge. International Relations graduates find successful careers in numerous roles such as security adviser, political analyst, political reporter, foreign affairs reporter, intelligence analyst and within international organisations such as the United Nations.

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24 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1.5 years full-time INTAKE February FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Honours 11A or higher in Art History, or Graduate Diploma in Art History with distinction average ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ macm_martcms.html The Master of Arts (Curatorial and Museum Studies) equips students with specialised knowledge and practical training for careers in curatorship or related professional roles in the global museum and gallery sector.

Develop a rigorous understanding of fundamental methods and theories of curatorial and museum studies, collection and exhibition development, conservation and heritage, museum and gallery management, public programs, marketing and copyright, registration, and experience with databases and digital tools used in a range of cultural organisations. Hands-on teaching and mentoring, which is delivered by University of Adelaide academic staff in cooperation with the Director and Curators of the Art Gallery of South Australia, complements a formal work placement in a state or national institution.

Students complete two core courses, two research projects, and an internship (four weeks).

Career opportunities Graduates have built successful careers in national and international museums and galleries as curators and related professional roles in public programs, publications, registration, copyright, and collection management. MASTER OF ARTS (CURATORIAL AND MUSEUM STUDIES) < ARTS CONTENTS

25 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS This degree consists of a minor thesis under supervision that enables you to extend knowledge of an area of art historical specialisation gained during the Graduate Diploma in Art History.The degree offers advanced research, analytical, and communication skills, with experience working on an independent project.The minor thesis is designed to qualify you for higher degrees by research (Master of Philosophy or Doctor of Philosophy).

Career opportunities Graduates are equipped with transferable knowledge and skills in art historical methods and theories, and critical thinking, writing, and speaking, as a pathway for higher research degrees in Art History or careers in public, private and commercial galleries and museums, marketing and communications, auction houses, arts journalism, arts policy development, and a creative foundation area for primary and secondary teaching.

MASTER OF ARTS (STUDIES IN ART HISTORY) CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 1 year full-time or 1.5 years part-time INTAKE February FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Honours 11A or higher in appropriate field of study, or Graduate Diploma in Art History with distinction average. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ maah_mastarth.html < ARTS CONTENTS

26 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree with credit average or equivalent.

ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mattc_martttc.html This degree is for students fluent in both Chinese and English seeking a career as a professional interpreter and/or translator. It provides you with skills and knowledge in cultural and social studies, cross-cultural communication and practical skills in interpreting and translation. You will undertake either a 9 unit or 12 unit (extended) research dissertation. The 12 unit dissertation can lead to admission to a Doctor of Philosophy program.

The degree is endorsed by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to undertake the Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator tests conducted by NAATI. The Master of Arts (Interpreting, Translation and Transcultural Communication) is an AQF Level 9 Masters Extension qualification with a standard full-time duration of 2 years. Career opportunities There has been a significant increase in the demand for Chinese-speaking, transcultural and transnational professionals in the global market.

The program complements this demand by providing students with the skills and knowledge to work and communicate effectively in an environment requiring translation and cross-cultural communication expertise. The program prepares students for a career as a professional translator working in a range of fields, such as government, business, commerce, law, international relations and other specialised areas.

The substantial research component in this program makes it possible for aspiring graduates without an honours qualification from an Australian university to undertake PhD study, thereby providing a career path for them to pursue research careers at a global level. Professional accreditation The degree is endorsed by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to undertake the Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator tests conducted by NAATI.

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27 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor degree or equivalent, or Graduate Diploma in Environmental Policy and Management with a credit average. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ menpm_menvp&mgt.html Develop a deeper understanding of the principles and practice of environmental policy, planning and governance. Responding effectively to environmental problems involves far more than the application of scientific knowledge, or the ‘top-down’ regulation of people and their environments.

Responding to contemporary environmental problems in the complex, multi-jurisdictional domain of environmental management, government policies must be negotiated with, and implemented through, diverse private sector agents and a differentiated civil society. Managing environmental problems therefore entails a new set of approaches, including government, public-private partnerships, economic tools and incentives, democratic decentralisation and risk management. The program addresses how the key environmental issues of our time - global warming, water shortages, deforestation and the like, are to be managed now and into the future.

Students have the option of a research or coursework specialisation depending on their personal and professional goals. In both specialisations, students complete core courses including Research Design and Methods and Environmental Planning and Governance. A range of elective courses are also available, followed by a research project. MASTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT < ARTS CONTENTS

28 < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS Organisations of all kinds are becoming increasingly mediasavvy. Competition for audiences’ attention is ever more intense.The need for keenly targeted and strategically effective communication has never been greater—and demand for highly-skilled professionals with the judgement to lead it across multiple channels is following suit. What will you do? Conducted over two years full-time, our new Master of Media (Strategic Communication) will equip you to lead strategic communication planning, management and execution across all key channels: digital and social media, TV, radio and press.

You will graduate with:
  • significantly enhanced strategic thinking, problem-solving and decision-making ability
  • highly advanced skills in creating and tailoring strategic messaging for all key media channels
  • deep understanding of the principles underlying media relationship-building
  • awareness of key media channels’ unique consumption drivers
  • insight into current and forecast global media trends. Where could it take you? You’ll graduate with the knowledge, skills and depth of insight to lead strategic communication in any sector, anywhere in the world—from advanced manufacturing to professional services, and NGOs to FMCGs.You’ll be well equipped to guide the achievement of all organisational objectives: marketing, business development, community engagement and positive social change. MASTER OF MEDIA (STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION) CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Arts ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mmesc_mmesc.html < ARTS CONTENTS

29 BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS WORLD-CLASS RESOURCES AND FACILITIES 31 Master of Biotechnology (Biomedical) * QSWorld University Rankings 2018 Biological Sciences # biotechinstitute.org 2017 ^ adzuna.com.au 2017 90% JOBS CREATED IN PAST 10 YEARS# TOP 100 WORLD RANKING* MEDIAN CURRENT SALARY: $83,727^

30 Study at the forefront of discovery in science and use the latest advancements in technology to solve world problems. World-class graduates, global careers The biomedical sciences and biotechnology fields are amongst the fastest-growing in the world, offering huge potential for research and postgraduate careers.

More than 90% of jobs within this sector have been created in the past 10 years. Our biomedical sciences and biotechnology programs have a strong history of producing talented, experienced professionals who are ready to make a mark on the world. Our graduates learn from leading researchers who are world-recognised for their contributions to industry, and access advanced technologies including the revolutionary gene editing technology at SAGE, the first genome editing facility in Australia.

  • A career in biotechnology, specialising in biomedical sciences offers global career opportunities. Graduates may find themselves working in government or in the private sector, at the leading edge of research, and helping to solve some of the world’s biggest problems such as finding long-term solutions for prevention and treatment of cancer and other diseases. Scholarships Our students have access to industry sponsored awards and scholarships in recognition of outstanding work. For more information on scholarships please visit: scholarships.adelaide.edu.au “I’VE GAINED WORLD-CLASS SKILLS, INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING WITH THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES FROM MY STUDIES WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, WHICH HAVE HELPED ME TO RAPIDLY INTEGRATE INTO MY CURRENT ROLE AT A CONTRACT RESEARCH ORGANISATION BASED IN SHANGHAI, CHINA.” Yunyu Lao Master of Biotechnology (Biomedical) < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS <
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31 CAMPUS North Terrace DURATION 2 years full-time INTAKE February and July FACULTY Sciences SCHOOL Biological Sciences ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Relevant bachelor degree in appropriate field of study or satisfactory evidence of fitness to undertake degree. ENQUIRIES www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries FURTHER INFORMATION Including fees and degree structure www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/ mbib_mbibiom.html The Master of Biotechnology (Biomedical) is an innovative postgraduate degree based on the clear convergence and rapid development of technology platforms in biotechnology, and the maturing sector.The program spans discovery, research, and development activities.

The degree has an experimental focus and exposes students to individual technology platforms, as well as developing competitive laboratory and research skills. Students will also be exposed to the many interlinked issues in contemporary biotechnology research: translation and development (including compliance and regulatory issues); high throughput screening; project management; and team skill development and exploitation.

Specialist biotechnology course content will focus on biomedical research and applications. Career opportunities Biotechnology is one of the fastest growing global industries, helping to develop better methods of diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of diseases.There are very strong career opportunities for graduates, particularly those who possess strong laboratory skills combined with an understanding of research and product development. Related degrees:
  • Graduate Certificate in Biotechnology (Biomedical)
  • Graduate Diploma in Biotechnology (Biomedical) MASTER OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (BIOMEDICAL) < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS <
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  • < PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS 32 BUSINESS 34
  • Professional Certificate in Self-Managed Superannuation Funds 35
  • Graduate Certificate in Self-Managed Superannuation Funds 37 Master of Accounting 38 Master of Accounting and Finance 39 Master of Accounting and Marketing 40 Master of Applied Finance 44 MBA 52 Master of Commerce 53 Master of Finance 54 Master of Finance and Business Economics 56 Master of International Management 57
  • Master of InternationalTrade and Development 58 Master of Marketing 59 Master of Professional Accounting 60 Master ofWine Business AACSB ACCREDITED 1ST AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY TO OFFER BUSINESS PROGRAMS (1902) 01 WINE BUSINESS PROGRAMS 45
  • Master of Business Administration (Entrepreneurship) 46
  • Master of Business Administration (InternationalTrade and Development) 47
  • Master of Business Administration (Marketing) 51 Master of Business Research 48
  • Master of Business Administration (Project Management) 49
  • Master of Business Administration (Wine Business) 50
  • Master of Business Administration (Emerging Leaders) 36
  • Graduate Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation 41
  • Master of Applied Innovation and Entrepreneurship 42 Master of Applied Project Management 43
  • Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) 55 Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

< PDF NAVIGATION INFORMATION < CONTENTS 33 Combining both cutting-edge research and realworld experience, our business degrees test students’ initiative, encourage creativity and teach skills applicable to any profession. Our range of postgraduate degrees fit the needs of anyone with an undergraduate degree looking to start, broaden or diversify a career in business. The Adelaide Business School’s degrees are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide, and is only achieved by 5% of universities globally.We are the only university in South Australia to have earned this badge, reflecting our commitment to offer a quality business education, today and into the future.

The Business School has close affiliations with professional bodies to ensure our degrees are practical and relevant in the real world. The Postgraduate Career Readiness course This course will provide students with a professional assessment of their personal profile and career competencies. It will also provide students with direct contact and learning experiences delivered by industry professionals on-site. During these industry visits students will have the opportunity to learn about workplace etiquette, problem solving, time management and the importance of creativity in the workplace.

As an outcome of this course, students will develop the skills expected by employers to increase their competitive employment advantage and achieve their career goals. Peer mentoring program The Postgraduate Mentor Program is a social support network for students aimed at providing a smooth transition into postgraduate tertiary study. It enhances the student experience by developing professional networks with peers, academics and potential employers.

Scholarships For a full list of all scholarships, please visit: scholarships.adelaide.edu.au < BUSINESS CONTENTS “I CONSIDER ADELAIDE TO BE THE PERFECT PLACE TO STUDY WINE BUSINESS. THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE OFFERS A WIDE RANGE OF COURSES FROM VITICULTURE TO SENSORY STUDY AND WINE BUSINESS.” Diago Okawa Master of Wine Business

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