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CONTENTS THE MONASH EXPERIENCE 1 CAREER SUCCESS 2 THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 4 OUR CAMPUSES 6 ACCOMMODATION 8 BUDGETING 10 COURSE STRUCTURE 11 DOUBLE YOUR OPTIONS WITH A DOUBLE DEGREE 12 SCHOLARSHIPS 14 ENTRY SCHEMES 15 PATHWAY PROGRAMS 16 OUR COURSES 18 ADMISSIONS AND APPLICATIONS 93 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES AT A GLANCE 94 DOUBLE DEGREE COURSES AT A GLANCE 98 GLOSSARY 102 ➤ ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE ➤  ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ➤ BUSINESS ➤ EDUCATION ➤ ENGINEERING ➤ INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ➤ LAWS ➤  MEDICINE, NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES ➤  PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES ➤ SCIENCE Monash offers one of the largest ranges of degree and double degree courses in Australia in the areas of: OUR COURSES Monash Business School is one of the few business schools across the globe, and the only one within the Group of Eight, with the esteemed ‘triple crown’ accreditation of AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

Our courses are accredited by professional bodies such as: 200+ types of scholarships awarded each year 5000+ scholarship recipients in 2017 MONASH AT A GLANCE partner universities 100+  MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA LOCATIONS: CLAYTON | CAULFIELD | PARKVILLE | PENINSULA MUMBAI, INDIA SUZHOU, CHINA KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA PRATO, ITALY STUDY ABROAD EXPERIENCES 900+ INCOMING TO AUSTRALIA OUTGOING TO PLACES AROUND THE WORLD 4000+ 16,000+ STAFF 22:1 STUDENT TO ACADEMIC STAFF RATIO STUDENTS FROM MORE THAN 170 COUNTRIES 330,000+ ALUMNI NETWORK ACROSS THE WORLD TOP 100 21 28 60 World’s Most International Universities Times Higher Education (2017) 78 68 QS World University Rankings 2017–18 Reuters Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities Academic Ranking of World Universities 2017–18 US News World Rankings 2017–18 Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017–18 RANKINGS 80 Adopt as your fundamental creed that you will equip yourself for life, not solely for your own benefit but for the benefit of the whole community.” Sir John Monash 77,000+ #57 GLOBAL UNIVERSITY EMPLOYABILITY RANKING 2017 (Times Higher Education 2017) EMPLOYABILITY

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CAREER SUCCESS At Monash, you’re at the centre of everything we do. We offer forward-looking education, focused on preparing you for the rapidly changing world of work. Our education leverages partnerships with industry, government and alumni, and we aim to provide you with an unprecedented breadth of opportunities to participate in work-integrated learning experiences and engage with industry. You’ll be immersed in excellent learning and teaching environments and supported by world-class educators. During your time at Monash, you’ll have the opportunity to develop your own unique employability narrative, learn to be enterprising, and to develop the capacity to be the ‘CEO of yourself’.

Through your academic program and the many other opportunities open to you at Monash, you’ll foster an appetite for lifelong learning, the capability to continually expand and deepen your employability skills, and develop a competitive edge in the graduate employment market. Career Success Coaching To enable you to develop an employability edge, Career Connect offers you access to our highly experienced and industry-based career success coaches. Our coaches deliver a range of employability workshops and facilitate small-group career conversations, and once you’re in your final year you can access one-on-one coaching.

Career Success Coaching enables you to develop the knowledge to effectively transition from study to work both in Australia and around the world, and supports you to build the skills and gain the insight needed to stand out to employers. We provide you with a range of online resources to support your career development, including building your LinkedIn presence, understanding interviewing techniques and how to navigate diverse employment markets around the world.

Whether you’re still deciding which career path to commence, or you know exactly where you want to go, Career Success Coaching provides individualised advice and support as to how you can use your Monash degree. monash.edu/career-connect/jobs/plan/coaching Student Futures By using the Student Futures platform, you’ll build a bank of real-life examples which demonstrate you have acquired skills employers look for. This platform will help you to reflect on the employability skills you are developing so that you can articulate your unique employability narrative when applying for jobs.

Student Futures celebrates the skills you are developing through your course and participation in co-curricular opportunities at Monash and in your everyday life, including paid work, family responsibilities and contributing to your community.

Winning the NAGCAS Best Practice in Careers Award in 2016 and the ATEM Best Practice in Innovation Award in 2017, the Student Futures platform gives you a competitive employability advantage which is unique to studying at Monash. Student Futures also features the ‘Voice of the Graduate’ series, showcasing profiles of recent graduates and global leaders who have studied at Monash, and the pathway they have taken to enable their career success. monash.edu/student-futures Student leadership development While completing your studies, you’re encouraged to develop your talents, explore your beliefs and values, and cultivate the skills most associated with effective leadership to enable you to have a positive influence on the University, your community and the world.

At Monash, we understand that anyone can learn to lead and that leadership capability can be developed in all who seek it. That’s why we provide a rich and diverse range of engaging leadership opportunities for you. We want to empower you to take on real-world leadership challenges. monash.edu/students/leadership Monash Talent: get matched with a job you’ll love When you’re ready to graduate, Monash Talent provides a graduate employment service that connects you with companies recruiting for employees just like you. Monash Talent uses an innovative online platform to match you with jobs that suit your skills and align with your passions.

With great employers, streamlined applications and neuroscience-based testing, Monash Talent makes it much easier to get a job you’ll love. monashtalent.com.au Multidisciplinary Industry-aligned qualifications Multidisciplinary Globally relevant Industry-aligned qualifications Multidisciplinary Solutions-focused Globally relevant Industry-aligned qualifications Multidisciplinary Solutions-focused Globally relevant Industry-aligned qualifications + + + 2 3 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

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Take a semester at the University of Warwick in the UK, travel to New York as part of the Monash Global Discovery Program, or complete a winter program in Prato, Italy. These are just some of the many opportunities to study abroad. Programs are supported by a generous scholarships and assistance program. Get ready to see the world Exchange opportunities Choose from more than 150 partner institutions in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, gaining credit towards your degree while seeing the world. Study tours and field trips Complete a Monash unit overseas in two to four weeks. You’ll learn alongside inspiring Monash academics and classmates in places as diverse as Fiji, France and Rwanda.

Placements and industry projects From rubbing shoulders with US Congress to interning with Oxfam in South Africa, placements and industry projects are offered as part of most degrees. THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE Summer and winter school abroad Make the most of your semester break. Enrol in a short study program in a vibrant city without interrupting your course load. Monash Malaysia Study part of your degree overseas at our Monash Malaysia campus. You'll also get the benefit of Monash funding packages and in‑country support services.

Monash Prato, Italy Choose from a wide range of programs, including Italian, law or criminology.

It costs less than you think When you apply for any overseas opportunity through Monash Abroad, you’re automatically considered for the Monash Abroad travel scholarship. Connect Connect with more than 330,000 alumni across the globe. Global Discovery Program Travel the world, build professional networks and enhance your student experience. The Global Discovery Program sends selected students overseas to meet prominent Monash alumni – find out how they went from studying at Monash University to becoming leaders in their fields. This program is sponsored by the Monash Global Leaders Group. Students have previously travelled to New York City and London as part of this program.

monash.edu/students/notices/global-discovery “Going to France for a semester and being immersed in the language and culture was just what I needed in order to gain more confidence when speaking French. It also made everything that I had studied about French culture clearer and more relevant. I can’t recommend highly enough going on an exchange.” LEAH BELL Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business (Management) and Diploma of Languages (Spanish) At Monash, our programs let you venture out into the world to meet people, build skills and gain perspective in ways that you would never imagine.

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EastLink T o M o r n i n g t o n P e n i n s u l a Princes Hwy M onash Fw y CL CA PE PA BRIGHTON MELBOURNECBD ST KILDA CHADSTONE PORT PHILLIP BAY Monash has four Melbourne-based campuses, specialised teaching locations in Melbourne’s CBD, as well as international campuses and study centres. Each Monash campus has its own personality, and all are friendly, respectful and welcoming communities where you will feel at home. We have a campus in Malaysia, a joint graduate school in China, a learning centre in Italy, and a research centre in India. We also deliver awards at other locations with partners such as Laureate International in South Africa.

monash.edu/campuses OUR CAMPUSES Parkville Parkville, our specialist pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences campus with more than 2000 students, is in the heart of Australia’s top health and biomedical precinct. Our neighbours include major hospitals, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, the Howard Florey Institute, CSL Limited, the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, and CSIRO’s Division of Health Sciences. Surrounded by parks, it’s a short tram ride from central Melbourne and within walking distance of the vibrant inner-city suburbs of Carlton and Brunswick, which have contributed much to Melbourne’s artistic and multicultural soul.

It’s also home to our research arms, the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety.

PA Caulfield Caulfield, our second-largest campus with more than 17,000 students, is a hive of collaboration and creativity for fine arts, design and architecture, business and journalism. It is also home to the Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA). Cafés, sporting facilities and a newly refurbished library surround the central Campus Green, a focal point for student gatherings. Next to the campus you’ll find a large supermarket and a variety of restaurants. Caulfield train station, a public transport hub, is just metres away, taking you to the city in less than 20 minutes.

CA Clayton Live, study and play at Clayton.

Designed to give you everything you need all in one place, Clayton is our largest campus with more than 36,000 students. You’ll learn alongside students from eight of Monash’s 10 faculties. You could be lunching with linguists or playing football with physicists. Make friends, find study partners, expand your mind. Beautiful natural features such as the Rainforest Garden or the Lemon- scented Lawn complement on-campus arts spaces, sporting facilities and a variety of food and drink outlets. With every amenity close by, Clayton is a university town.

CL Peninsula Monash University’s Peninsula campus is part of a vibrant, integrated health and education precinct, providing excellent education to approximately 4000 students and undertaking cutting-edge research with our partners, especially in the areas of allied health and primary care. Courses are offered by the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, the Faculty of Education, and the Monash Business School. PE DID YOU KNOW? Studying at Caulfield but want to take some units at Clayton? Most of our Melbourne campuses are connected via a network of free shuttle buses. Many students who study at Caulfield live on the Clayton campus.

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Off-campus accommodation Not interested in living on campus? There are plenty of off-campus options. For details, visit monash.edu/ accommodation/accommodation/off- campus-options If you need help deciding or advice on how to get started, give us a call on 1800 666 274 or send us a query online at ask.monash We’ll be happy to help you with any questions you may have – not just before you arrive, but throughout your entire time at Monash.

DID YOU KNOW? Living on campus is less expensive than comparable private rentals when you factor in all the inclusions. You get a fully-furnished apartment with all utilities and internet included. To view contract rates and dates, visit monash. edu/accommodation/accommodation/pricing To get the full university experience, live on‑campus at Monash. With everything close by, you can practically hop out of bed and go straight to your classes.

Want to go for a swim? The pool is next door. Grocery shopping? The supermarket is a five-minute walk away. Banks, cafés, restaurants, parks, libraries, sporting facilities and a cinema – they’re all within easy reach.* Living on-campus is a great way to experience university life. Make new friends, be part of the Monash community and take the stress out of searching for a place to live. Our residential support teams are always on hand to assist with your transition to campus living and help you make the most of your university experience. Monash on-campus accommodation is available at Clayton and Peninsula campuses.

Applying is free, so book early to secure your place. monash.edu/accommodation * Applies only to Clayton campus. ACCOMMODATION Sample studio room DID YOU KNOW? A number of accommodation scholarships are available to students living in regional or remote areas, those experiencing financial disadvantage, and those identifying as an Indigenous Australian. To see if you’re eligible, visit monash.edu/study/fees- scholarships/scholarships/find/accommodation-scholarships 8 9 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

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It’s a good idea to plan and prepare a budget before you go to uni, especially if you plan on living out of home. You can use these tables to help prepare a budget. However, these figures are only estimates; costs will vary depending on your location and lifestyle. Rent, for example, is more expensive in some areas of Melbourne than others. You may need to add other items to your budget, such as ongoing mobile phone and internet fees. All costs are subject to inflation. For more information about the cost of living, visit monash.edu/cost-of-living It doesn’t matter where you’re from, if you’ve just finished Year 12 or returning to study.

As long as you have the drive to pursue, question and achieve, we’ll help you get there. At Monash, our courses are designed for ultimate flexibility. If you have a profession in mind – such as becoming a doctor or engineer – you can specialise from day one. If you need more time to figure things out, you can explore various subjects first. You can choose from two types of undergraduate courses – comprehensive or specialist. Each offers distinct benefits, but both offer a world-class education. Alternatively, you can choose to study two courses at the same time with a choice of more than 140 double-degree combinations.

BUDGETING COURSE STRUCTURE ON-CAMPUS SINGLE LIVING* Costs Yearly (A$) Accommodation fees during academic year (based on 42 weeks at Clayton campus) 9863.70** International student health cover (OSHC) 380.00 Groceries 3800.00 Food (lunch Mon-Fri) 3600.00 Books, stationery and equipment 1200.00 Clothing 960.00 Miscellaneous (entertainment, personal items) 4200.00 Total yearly cost 24,003.70 OFF-CAMPUS LIVING (BASED ON RENTING A SHARE HOUSE WITH TWO OTHERS)* Costs One-off costs (A$) Yearly (A$) Bond (one month’s rent) 600.00 Telephone, internet and utilities connection fees 150.00 General establishment (furniture/linen) 1000.00 Average rent (52 weeks) 7800.00 Travel 3000.00 International student health cover (OSHC) 380.00 Groceries and bills 4200.00 Food (lunch Mon-Fri) 3600.00 Books, stationery and equipment 1200.00 Clothing 960.00 Miscellaneous (entertainment, personal items) 4200.00 Total yearly costs (including establishment) 27,090.00 *  These tables are provided as an approximate guide only and do not include tuition fees, mobile phone charges, internet service fees or motor vehicle expenses.

The figures are only estimates, are subject to inflation and will vary depending on location, lifestyle and preferences. **  Price will vary depending on the type of accommodation and campus location. To view costs for all accommodation and campuses, visit: monash.edu/accommodation/accommodation/pricing Comprehensive courses 3 years or 4 years (honours degree) In a comprehensive course, you can choose your major right away or wait until your second year to decide. You can then structure the rest of your course based on your interests – do two majors, an extended major or choose units from different fields.* Monash offers comprehensive courses in arts, business, commerce, information technology and science.

When you graduate, your testamur will include the major you’ve completed, with up to two being listed. For example, Bachelor of Arts with majors in journalism and politics. * You must satisfy the entry requirements for each elective unit. Specialist courses 3 years or 4 years (honours degree) If you have a specific career goal, such as to become an engineer, accountant, teacher or an architect, you can specialise from day one. Many of our specialist courses fulfil the academic requirements you’ll need to register with professional accreditation bodies. When you graduate, your degree will reflect your specialisation – for example, Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education.

Course advice Need help deciding on the right course for you? You can talk to a Monash course adviser today. Call 1800 MONASH (1800 666 274) or email future@monash.edu DID YOU KNOW? If you complete a four-year specialist or comprehensive course, you’ll graduate with an honours degree. Many students use this as a fast track to a master’s. If you choose to complete one more year of study, you’ll graduate with an expert master’s degree in the same field. 10 11 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

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DOUBLE YOUR OPTIONS WITH A DOUBLE DEGREE A Monash double degree course allows you to study towards two degrees at the same time.

What is a double degree course? Monash offers two types of double degrees: a double undergraduate degree and an undergraduate/graduate double degree. A Monash double undergraduate degree course allows you to study towards two degrees at the same time. This means you can keep your options open, develop expertise in different but complementary areas, or simply pursue two areas of interest in greater depth. You’ll be awarded with two testamurs, one for each degree completed. More than 140 double degree combinations are available.

Double undergraduate degree How long does it take? A double undergraduate degree course takes two years less to complete than studying towards the two degrees separately. This is because the required units in one course count as electives in the other. For example, if you decide to take a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce, it will take you five years instead of seven. Therefore, you would take all the common core units for engineering as well as your 18 units of specialisation. You’ll also take all the prescribed core units in commerce as well as eight units that make up your commerce major.

So not only will you save two years of time, you’ll also save two years of course fees. Sample course map Year 1 Semester 1 Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Semester 2 Engineering Engineering Commerce Commerce Year 2 Semester 1 Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Semester 2 Economics Commerce Commerce Commerce Year 3 Semester 1 Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Semester 2 Economics Economics Economics Economics Year 4 Semester 1 Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Semester 2 Economics Economics Economics Commerce Year 5 Semester 1 Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Semester 2 Engineering Engineering Commerce Commerce Entry requirements Some double degree courses may require you to study across two campuses in order to complete your course.

To be eligible for admission to a double degree course you will need to meet the academic entry requirements for both single degree courses. For example if you are applying for the double degree course Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Music you will need to satisfy the subject prerequisites for both courses as well as any range of criteria requirements that apply for either of the courses. The back tables in this brochure provide a guide to the overall score, or an estimate, required for admission in 2018. All scores are to be used as a guide only. See page 98 for full entry requirements. Architectural Design Arts Biomedical Science Business Business Specialist Commerce Commerce Specialist Computer Science Design Education Engineering Fine Art* Global Studies Information Technology Laws Media Communications Music Pharmaceutical Science Pharmacy Science Architectural Design n n Arts n n n n n n n n n n n Biomedical Science n n n n Business n n n n n n n Business Specialist n n Commerce n n n n n n n n n n n Commerce Specialist n Computer Science n n n Design n n n n ^ Education n n n n n n n Engineering n n n n n n n n n n Fine Art* n n n n Global Studies n n n Information Technology n n n n n n n n n Laws n n n n n n n Media Communication n n Music n n n n n Pharmaceutical Science n Pharmacy n Science n n n n n n n n n n *Visual arts specialisation only.

^ Communication design specialisation only. n Double undergraduate degree n Undergraduate/graduate degree Bachelor’s/master’s double degree courses Some double degree courses incorporate both an undergraduate and graduate element. After five years you’ll graduate with both a bachelor’s and a graduate master’s degree.

These courses, covered entirely by Commonwealth Support Place (CSP) funding, are: > > Bachelor of Architectural Design and Master of Architecture > > Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine > > Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and Master of Pharmacy. In addition, the Bachelor of Arts (page 27) and the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (page 49) offer accelerated master’s pathways that enable you to complete an expert master’s course with only one further year of study. Sample course map – double arts bachelor’s/arts master’s accelerated pathway Year 1* Semester 1 Arts Major Arts Minor 1 Arts Elective 1 Elective Semester 2 Arts Major Arts Minor 2 Arts Elective 2 Elective Year 2* Semester 1 Arts Major Arts Minor 3 Arts Elective 3 Elective Semester 2 Arts Major Arts Major Arts Minor 4 Elective Year 3* Semester 1 Arts Major Arts Major Master Part B Master Part B Semester 2 Arts Major Arts Elective 4 Master Part B Master Part B Year 4 Semester 1 Master Part C Master Part C Master Part C Master Part C Semester 2 Master Part C Master Part C Master Part C Master Part C * Under this arrangement Years 1 to 3, including the four master’s units, are covered by CSP funding.

The final fourth year is the standard full-fee master’s program.

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Bright minds from across Australia and around the world can experience a world‑class education at Monash University thanks to one of the most generous scholarship programs in the country. We offer more than 200 types of scholarships, including the premier suite of Sir John Monash Scholarships, which recognise excellence and promote equity. A Monash scholarship will help you make the most of every opportunity during your time at university. It can help with study and living costs, travel grants or course fee payments.

Some scholarships offer one-off payments while others continue for the length of your course. When awarding a Monash scholarship, we’re looking for the curious, the optimistic, the high achievers. Some scholarships take into account your individual circumstances, and could help you overcome any financial barriers preventing you from experiencing a Monash education. Get in touch to discuss your scholarship options – phone 1800 MONASH. Scholarships at a glance > > Guaranteed Monash Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement of $6000 p.a. for four years if you get an ATAR 99.90+ (85+ for Indigenous Australians) > > Guaranteed scholarship of at least $1000 in your first year at Monash if you have a low income > > Asylum Seekers Scholarship for students on a Bridging Visa A or E providing full tuition fees for the duration of your degree, plus $5000 p.a.

> > A range of scholarships for Indigenous Australians in recognition of academic achievement and leadership skills, and to assist with accommodation and relocation costs, and fees for both undergraduate and graduate courses and faculty-specific studies > > Accommodation and relocation scholarships of up to $6000 for one year > > Generous faculty and donor scholarships supporting you to study the course of your choice.

> > A $4000 Monash Community Leaders Scholarship, for which recipients are recognised for their academic excellence and desire to make a difference to their fellow students and community. To be considered for this scholarship, you must apply to become an Access Monash Mentor. For more information, visit monash.edu/access Check out our online scholarships finder to see which scholarships you could be eligible for: monash.edu/scholarships We can change a number so you can change your life. At Monash, we know that your ATAR might not accurately reflect your ability. By considering your circumstances as part of your application, we create a level playing field for everyone who aspires to an exceptional education.

We operate two schemes that can help you enter your preferred course, even if your ATAR is below the lowest ATAR to which an offer was made. The Monash Guarantee The Monash Guarantee can get you into a Monash course even if you don’t reach the course’s lowest ATAR to which an offer was made. You could be eligible for the Monash Guarantee if you: > > have a low income > > live in a low socio-economic area > > are an Indigenous Australian > > attend a Monash under-represented school. monash.edu/guaranteedentry Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) SEAS adjusts your ATAR in recognition of circumstances that may have affected your education.

This gives you a better chance of getting an offer for the course you want.

You’ll receive additional points depending on your personal circumstances. The points are added to your combined study scores and your ATAR is recalculated. Monash uses this adjusted ATAR during the selection process. Check out our SEAS calculator for an estimate of your SEAS-adjusted ATAR. monash.edu/seas SEAS Calculator Check out our SEAS calculator for an estimate of your SEAS-adjusted ATAR – visit monash.edu/seas SCHOLARSHIPS ENTRY SCHEMES “The news of the scholarship was overwhelming… to be accepted into my dream course and have the hard work of year 12 pay off was a really special moment.

The financial assistance has had a huge influence on my experience at Monash – it has made a difference in that I can afford textbooks and other essentials and has allowed me to focus more on the transition from high school to Monash.” HAMISH SWAYN Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for Excellence 15 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 14 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

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There’s more than one way to become a Monash student. A pathway can be a great way to get started if you don’t achieve the ATAR you need for your dream course, are returning to study after working or raising a family, or are transferring from TAFE or another university. monash.edu/domestic-pathways Diploma of Tertiary Studies (DoTS) If you completed Year 12 but didn’t quite meet the entry requirements for your dream course, DoTS might be the pathway for you. On successful completion, you can get up to one year of credit towards a range of degrees in business, business administration, education or nursing.

ATAR required: 50.00, or a 70 per cent average in a recognised graded TAFE/VET Cert IV, or a 60 per cent average in a recognised graded TAFE/ VET diploma. Applicants must also meet the English prerequisites and submit a VTAC personal statement. Diploma of Higher Education (DoHE) DoHE might suit you if you completed Year 12 but you didn’t quite meet the entry requirements for your preferred course, if you’re returning to study or would benefit from additional learning support. On successful completion, you can get up to one year of credit towards a range of degrees in education and science.

ATAR required: 60.00, or a 70 per cent average in a recognised graded TAFE/VET Cert IV, or a 65 per cent average in a recognised graded TAFE/ VET diploma.

Applicants must also meet the English prerequisites and submit a VTAC personal statement. Pathways to Law Our Pathways to Law are designed for students who have the talent and determination to succeed in our Bachelor of Laws but just miss out on the lowest ATAR to which an offer was made. If you identify as an Indigenous Australian, live in a low socio-economic area or have a low income you could be eligible.

You’ll begin studying towards the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or selected double degrees from day one. You’ll also receive mentoring opportunities with law academics. If you pass all first-year subjects with a credit (60 per cent) average in all four law units and a credit (60 per cent) average overall, you’re guaranteed a place in the second year of the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or selected relevant double degrees. ATAR required: 90.00, or a direct offer in the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science course for Indigenous students.

Monash Indigenous Entry Scheme The Monash Indigenous Entry Scheme provides an entry point for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into a range of Monash courses.

There are no special classes, extra requirements or time added to your course, and you’ll graduate with the same degree as all other Monash students. You’ll also be eligible for internal transfer into other Monash courses, including law and engineering, subject to transfer requirements. ATAR required: 50.00 (60.00 for Bachelor of Health Sciences – Radiation Sciences).

Monash Indigenous Access Program (MIAP) If you’re an Indigenous student and don’t meet the requirements for direct entry through VTAC, you can apply for the MIAP. The program helps you develop skills that enable you to succeed in a university environment. MIAP is a full-time fee-sponsored program that is ABSTUDY approved. ATAR required: None. Support for Indigenous students We offer a range of services and opportunities to support your success at Monash. The Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit offers individualised and responsive advice from the time you express interest in studying at Monash, through to graduation.

As an undergraduate Indigenous student at Monash, you’ll receive a support package valued at up to $36,000 for a three-year degree. This includes one-on-one and group academic tutoring, prescribed textbooks, mentoring, paid internship opportunities and a lifestyle program including a free Monash Sport gym membership. You’re also eligible to apply for a range of Indigenous scholarships. For further information, visit monash.edu/about/indigenous Monash Access Program (MAP) MAP is a part-time bridging course for mature-age students (21 or over). It will prepare you for university study and give you a solid foundation to progress into a range of bachelor’s degrees at Monash University.

There are no tuition fees, and priority is given to students who have experienced financial or other hardship.

ATAR required: None. Monash College Monash College offers accredited diploma programs that lead to the faculties of Arts, Art, Design and Architecture, Business, Education (double degree courses), Engineering, Information Technology and Science at Monash University. These diplomas provide the opportunity to enter the second year of selected Monash courses if you achieve the required academic standard. They are all full-fee-paying, however scholarships may be available for Australian students who have experienced educational disadvantage.

Monash College is owned and operated by Monash University.

ATAR required: 50.00–70.00, depending on chosen stream. TAFE/VET entry pathways We recognise vocational qualifications from providers across Australia, and have priority partnerships and formal articulation pathways with selected Victorian TAFE institutes. If you have successfully completed a certificate IV, diploma or the first year of an advanced diploma, you could qualify for a place at Monash and be eligible for some credit towards your course for any graded TAFE/VET studies you’ve completed.

ATAR required: varies. PATHWAY PROGRAMS “I chose the Commerce/Law pathway course as it was a way for me to study the areas of business, economics and management as well as the intricacies of how law is applied and interpreted. In the future, I would like to be able to find myself in a career where both of my degrees can be combined.” JENNIFER VU Bachelor of Commerce (Law Pathway) Monash Community Leaders Scholarship recipient 17 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 16 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Art, Design and Architecture Architectural Design 21 Design 22 > > Communication design > > Industrial design > > Spatial design > > Collaborative design Fine Art 24 > > Art history and curating > > Fine art > > Visual arts (only as a double degree) Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Arts 27 32 majors, 39 minors Criminology 29 Global Studies 30 > > Global cultural literacies > > Human rights > > International relations > > International studies Media Communication 32 > > Digital humanities > > Journalism > > Media > > Public relations > > Screen Music 34 > > Composition and music technology > > Ethnomusicology and musicology > > Music performance Business Business 37 10 majors, 10 minors Business Administration 38 5 majors, 4 minors Business Specialist 40 > > Accounting > > Banking and finance > > International business > > Marketing Commerce 41 10 majors, 10 minors Commerce Specialist 43 > > Actuarial science > > Economics — — Economics and economic policy — — Mathematical economics and econometrics > > Finance Education Education (Honours) 45 > > Early years and primary education > > Primary education (can be studied as a double degree) > > Primary and secondary education > > Primary and secondary inclusive education > > Primary and secondary health and physical education > > Secondary health and physical education > > Secondary education (studied as a double degree) Engineering Engineering (Honours) 49 > > Aerospace engineering > > Chemical engineering > > Civil engineering > > Electrical and computer systems engineering > > Environmental engineering > > Materials engineering > > Mechanical engineering > > Mechatronics engineering > > Resources engineering > > Software engineering Information Technology Computer Science 55 > > Advanced computer science > > Data science Computer Science Advanced (Honours) 57 Information Technology 58 5 majors, 14 minors Software engineering is studied as a specialisation of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).

See page 49 for more information. Laws Laws (Honours) 61 Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Biomedical Science 65 Health Sciences 67 Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine 68 Nursing 70 Nursing and Midwifery (Honours) 72 Nutrition Science 73 Occupational Therapy (Honours) 74 Paramedicine 75 Physiotherapy (Honours) 76 Psychology (Honours) 78 Public Health 79 Radiation Sciences 80 Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) 81 Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Science 83 > > Drug discovery biology > > Formulation science > > Medicinal chemistry Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours) 85 > > Drug discovery biology > > Formulation science > > Medicinal chemistry Pharmacy (Honours)/Master 86 Science Science 89 24 majors, 22 minors Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) 90 Science Advanced – Research (Honours) 91 OUR COURSES Choosing what to do at uni is an adventure.

It’s about discovery, passion and realising your dreams. At Monash, we offer a range of courses that allow you to fulfil these ambitions. Use the index below to find your course of interest. monash.edu/study Location Duration Specialist course Comprehensive course Intakes Professionally accredited Folio Interview Admissions test Audition Laws pathway Indigenous pathway Course information fast facts Look for these icons on each course page for key information. Supplementary Information Form + Bachelor/master’s accelerated double FA S T FA C T S O U R C O U R S E S 19 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 18 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Make a positive impact on people and society through a combination of creative vision, technical expertise and strategic thinking. Bachelor of Architectural Design followed by a Master of Architecture Take a hands-on, studio-based approach to learning, just as you would as a practising architect. Our Bachelor of Architectural Design is the first stage of a five-year qualification. You’ll be taught by industry experts in the latest facilities, developing strong technical skills and focusing on important issues in today’s world, including sustainability and the environment.

Working in small studio groups, you’ll tackle a variety of real-world design projects, such as low-cost energy efficient housing, improving high-density buildings or finding new ways to revitalise a suburban shopping precinct. On successful completion of your bachelor degree, you’ll automatically progress on to the Master of Architecture, gaining advanced knowledge of architecture's theories, practices and evolving construction systems. Enjoy the freedom to grow your expertise in the areas that interest you the most, from housing to urban design to digital design.

Our Master of Architecture is accredited by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA). Once you graduate, you’ll meet the academic requirements to apply for registration as an architect in Australia. Our graduates are vibrant, agile, spatial thinkers with the ability to apply their skills across a variety of creative mediums. Degree awarded > > Bachelor of Architectural Design, or > > Bachelor of Architectural Design and Master of Architecture. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL.

Specialist course Professionally accredited* Caulfield 3 years (bachelor’s degree) 5 years (bachelor’s followed by master’s) February DOUBLE DEGREES Architectural Design and Engineering (Honours) – civil engineering specialisation CAREER OPTIONS Registered architect, urban design and planning consultant, sustainable design consultant, disaster relief specialist, historic building conservationist, project architect, retail architect, interior design consultant, theatre and set designer, community development officer, property developer, town planner, architecture author, architecture critic.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Architectural Design 3 80 28 75 Architectural Design and Master of Architecture 5 80 28 75 Double degree with Engineering (civil engineering) 5 92 34 86 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Indigenous pathway DID YOU KNOW? Graduates interested in an urban design specialisation may apply for the Master of Urban Planning and Design. ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE COURSE CODE: F6003 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E A R C H I T E C T U R A L D E S I G N * Professional accreditation is only available on completion of the Master of Architecture. 21 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 20 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

DESIGN Communication design | Industrial design | Spatial design | Collaborative design In our rapidly changing world, designers must be responsive, dynamic, agile, and possess a broad set of skills.

Bachelor of Design Our interdisciplinary program will prepare you for the expansive design careers of the future. You’ll gain a solid foundation in design practice before moving into your area of specialisation. Guided by experts with a wealth of industry knowledge, you’ll explore design processes through challenging projects while being introduced to the latest design software and production technologies such as virtual reality and 3D printing.

We’ll help you to think like a designer. Design thinking is identified as one of the top skills demanded by employers of the future. Through studio-based practice and multidisciplinary collaborations, you’ll develop a solution-focused approach to creatively and critically tackle complex problems. Broaden your career options with a double degree or expand learning through a range of electives. And if you decide to change your specialisation, there’s an option to transfer after the first semester. You'll also have the chance to explore beyond the classroom. Go on a study exchange to Italy, or join a travelling design studio.

Graduate as a confident, future-focused design professional, ready to work across business and creative industries.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation. > > Bachelor of Communication Design > > Bachelor of Industrial Design > > Bachelor of Spatial Design > > Bachelor of Collaborative Design. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. DOUBLE DEGREES Communication design and: > > Business > > Information Technology (games or multimedia) > > Media Communication Industrial design and: > > Business > > Engineering (Honours) (mechanical engineering) > > Information Technology (games, multimedia or software design) CAREER OPTIONS Graphic designer, website designer, interior designer, fashion illustrator, textile designer, interior stylist, theatre and set designer, industrial designer, automotive designer, furniture designer, product packaging designer, mobile app developer, gaming designer, digital animator, marketing or communications professional, advertising art director.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Design 3 E:75 E:26 70 Communication design with Business 4 85.80 31 75 Information Technology 4 86 31 75 Media Communication 4 82.05 29 75 Industrial design with Business 4 85.80 31 75 Engineering (Honours) (mechanical engineering) 5 92.40 35 86 Information Technology 4 86 31 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses.

See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. Specialisations Communication design Communication design is a specialisation that combines human communication processes with a variety of creative media applications. You’ll gain an understanding of how visual messages are influenced by the application of the design process. You’ll learn to develop and employ creative design techniques that have the power to positively impact the world. Our course focuses on the theory and forms of visual communication across a variety of mediums including print, digital and interactive media design.

The skills and principles learned throughout this course will open the doors to many different career options in graphic design, visual communication and digital media. Industrial design Industrial designers combine design, technology and production knowledge to develop consumer products, systems, services and experiences. You’ll gain an understanding of materials, manufacturing and how people use products that improve society, enrich our culture and contribute to our economy – from the smallest medical device to the largest public transport operation. You’ll develop practical knowledge and technical skills required for a career as an industrial designer.

Spatial design Combine your creative flair and design thinking with leading building and construction technology. You’ll explore the different spatial elements to create functional, inspiring environments that bring people together. Explore different materials and consider how spatial elements such as lighting and furniture combine to create aesthetics, mood and function. As a spatial designer you’ll work alongside a broad range of professionals in a variety of settings, including commercial and residential buildings, entertainment venues, festivals, exhibitions, and theatre sets. Collaborative design Collaborative design is a true hybrid discipline combining elements from each of the design specialisations.

You’ll gain independent conceptual and practical design skills, and learn how to operate in agile environments. You’ll also build broader skills in leadership and project planning to ensure that you graduate as an adaptable design professional. Specialist course Caulfield 3 years February “The course is continuously evolving and I’ve been inspired by my tutors. I believe that my career path won't follow a standard route; I would love to push the boundaries of what this course could do for me.” ISABELLA WEBB Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) (now the Bachelor of Spatial Design) (2017) DID YOU KNOW?

Monash is ranked 34th for art and design in the 2017 QS World University rankings. Indigenous pathway COURSE CODE: F2002 FA S T FA C T S D E S I G N 23 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 22 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

FINE ART Art history and curating | Fine art | Visual arts Study with acclaimed artists and develop your artistic voice at one of the top fine art schools in Australia. Bachelor of Fine Art Our Fine Art course is one of the best in the country. Develop your artistic voice and learn from internationally-recognised artists, art historians and cultural commentators.

Access outstanding facilities, including a glass studio, 3D printers, photography labs and a bronze foundry. Working with traditional and emerging technologies, you’ll develop a broad range of technical skills, and the critical thinking to help you use them effectively.

We’re located in Monash’s unique creative precinct on the Caulfield campus. Enjoy being part of this vibrant creative community alongside Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), MADA Gallery, Ian Potter Sculpture Courtyard and our student galleries. Our cross-disciplinary foundation allows you to move between the studio, workshop and gallery to expand your outlook, collaborate on exciting projects, and connect with the art world and its communities. Take advantage of our global networks. Apply to study at Monash’s Prato Centre in Italy, and experience some of the world’s greatest art and the premier art event, the Venice Biennale.

Graduate ready to make your mark in the arts sector and creative careers across a variety of industries.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation. > > Bachelor of Art History and Curating > > Bachelor of Fine Art > > Bachelor of Visual Arts (as a double degree only). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Specialisations Art history and curating Our respected art history and curating specialisation is taught by expert researchers and teaching staff. Gain a knowledge of the historical significance of art and journey through the ages, including the Renaissance, Modernism and contemporary practice.

Develop your understanding of how art is made and learn how to curate and exhibit art. Our course includes units on modern Australian art, modern Asian art, Post-Modernisim and beyond. With a greater appreciation for cultural production, graduate ready to work in galleries, museums or a variety of creative careers. Fine art Be immersed in the studio and receive individual tuition from some of Australia's leading artists. Our rigorous structure will enable you to find and develop your artistic practice. Graduate with an enhanced visual language and the conceptual skills to pursue a career as a contemporary artist.

Visual arts double degree Expand your career options with a Visual Arts double degree. Explore the visual arts in today’s society, develop technical skills and an understanding of how to produce, interpret and present art. With a complementary degree in Arts, Business, Education or Information Technology, you’ll graduate ready to apply your creativity and passion across a diverse range of fields. Selection requirements Fine art specialisation You’ll be required to attend an interview and submit a copy of your folio.

Go to monash.edu/mada/apply to register. Your final ranking is based on a range of criteria – folio and ATAR or GPA.

Visual arts and art history and curating specialisations Selection is ATAR/GPA-based, with no interview or folio required. Please check monash.edu/study for up-to-date information before applying. DOUBLE DEGREES Visual Arts and: > > Arts > > Business > > Education (Honours) > > Information Technology (games and multimedia majors only) CAREER OPTIONS Contemporary artist, gallery or museum director, festival programmer, exhibition curator, art writer and critic, arts program manager, marketing professional, art collection manager, museum archivist, primary or secondary art teacher, freelance illustrator, commercial photographer.

* Folio and interview for the fine art specialisation only. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Art History and Curating 3 78 28 75 Fine Art 3 E:70+RC E:25+RC 70 RC Visual Arts** See double degrees table Double degrees with Arts 4 76.10 27 75 Business 4 E:82+ E:29 75 Education (Honours) Primary Education 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Education (Honours) Secondary Education 4.25 82.70+RC 30+RC 75+RC Information Technology (games and multimedia majors only) 4 E:80+ E:28+ 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. ** Double degrees are only available with the visual arts specialisation.

Specialist course Folio* Interview* Caulfield 3 years February “Monash encouraged me to consider my creative position on a critical level. This enabled me to hone in on my artistic interest and I am most grateful for this.” ALYRA BARTASEK Artist and Contemporary Jeweller Bachelor of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Arts (2013), Fine Art (Honours) (2014) DID YOU KNOW? Monash is ranked No.1 in Visual Arts and 'above world-standard' for Art History by the Australian Government Excellence in Research for Australia 2015 Report. Indigenous pathway COURSE CODE: F2002 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E F I N E A R T 25 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 24 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

ARTS Learn to think critically, apply reason and solve complex problems. Bachelor of Arts Arts at Monash is a comprehensive gateway to a wide range of interesting and challenging areas of study across the arts, humanities and social sciences. You’ll learn to take an innovative approach in tackling world issues while fostering a global perspective. You’ll also develop the leadership and research skills, advanced discipline knowledge and self-reliance to acquire information, assess evidence and convey complex ideas in speech and writing in order to answer complicated questions. With the scope to choose from almost 40 areas of study, and with so many opportunities to take an internship or overseas study program, you’ll develop an informed critical awareness of the fields about which you’re most interested, laying the groundwork for a wealth of exciting careers.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Arts. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash# Guarantee Course Arts (Clayton) 3 81 28 75# Arts (Caulfield) 3 76.15 26 75# Double degrees with Business 4 83.60 30 75 Business Specialist 4 85.15 31 75 Commerce 4 92.50 35 86 Education (Honours) Primary Education 4.25 83.25+RC 30+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 4.25 82.05+RC Engineering (Honours)* 5 E:92+ 35 86 Fine Art 4 76.10 27 75 Information Technology 4 81.70 29 75 Laws (Honours) 5.25 98 40 94 Music 4 E:81+RC E:31+RC 75+RC Science 4 85.05 31 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. * Not available with all specialisations. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. # This guarantee does not apply to the Law Pathway, which requires an ATAR of 90+. Accelerated pathways to master's If you’re a high-achieving student you can take the challenge to package your undergraduate degree and a master’s into one program and complete both in just four years.

We have the largest offering of bachelor/ master’s double degrees in Australia, and you can graduate with a Bachelor of Arts and a master’s degree in one of the following: > > Applied Linguistics > > Communications and Media Studies > > Cultural and Creative Industries > > International Development Practice > > International Relations > > International Sustainable Tourism Management > > Interpreting and Translation Studies (4.5 years) > > Journalism > > Tourism. You’ll need to maintain strong grades, a 70 per cent average, to be eligible for the master’s component. You’ll graduate with two degrees, save time and reduce your fee costs by one third.

You’ll complete the first three years of the course with a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), followed by the final year of the master’s studies on a graduate fee-paying basis. Contact the faculty for further information. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Business > > Business Specialist > > Commerce > > Education (Honours) > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Fine Art > > Information Technology > > Laws (Honours) > > Music > > Science * This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Communications, corporate and tourism sectors, diplomacy, directing, editing, education, film, foreign affairs, gallery curating, human rights, Indigenous affairs, international development, international relations, journalism, linguistics, management, marketing and advertising, media, multicultural affairs, policy writing, politics, public relations, scriptwriting, social justice, sustainability, theatre, trade, translating and interpreting, and much more. Comprehensive course Laws pathway Indigenous pathway Bachelor/master’s accelerated double Caulfield, Clayton 3 years February and July ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSE CODE: A2000 FA S T FA C T S A R T S 27 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 26 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Languages, literature, culture and linguistics Extended major Major Minor Bachelor's/master's double degree Clayton Caulfield Chinese studies n n n n n English as an international language n n n n n French studies n n n n n German studies n n n n n Global Asia n n n n Indonesian studies n n n n n Italian studies n n n n n n Japanese studies n n n n n n Korean studies n n n n n Linguistics n n n n n Literary studies n n n n n Spanish and Latin American studies n n n n n Ukrainian studies n n Media, film and journalism Communications and media studies n n n n n Digital humanities n n n n Film and screen studies n n n n n Journalism n n n n Philosophical, historical and international studies Extended major Major Minor Bachelor's/master's double degree Clayton Caulfield Archaeology n n n Bioethics n n n History n n n n n n Holocaust and genocide studies n n n Human rights n n n n n Indigenous cultures and histories n n n International studies n n n n n Islamic studies n n Jewish studies n n n Philosophy n n n n n Religious studies n n n Music and performing arts Music n n n Performance n n Theatre n n n n Social sciences Anthropology n n n n Behavioural studies n n n Criminology n n n n Human geography n n n n International relations n n n n n Politics n n n n n Psychology n n n n n Sociology n n n n PATHWAYS TO LAW If you want to study law and you identify as an Indigenous Australian, live in a low socio-economic area or have experienced financial hardship, you could be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts Law Pathway.

ARTS CRIMINOLOGY Improve responses to crime and criminality. Bachelor of Criminology Criminology is the study of crime and social control. Crime, how we define it, how we understand its causes, and the ways we respond to it provides a window into a society’s challenges, values and aspirations. This course offers students a world-leading program delivered by a team of outstanding teachers and researchers. You’ll consider the local, national and global aspects of crime and justice, and become familiar with a range of lenses for understanding and assessing the efficiency and impact of society’s changing understandings and responses.

You’ll gain an understanding of victimisation and perpetration, inequality and its impacts, and approaches to understanding crime and difference. You’ll learn about crime committed by individuals, groups, organisations and states, and the mechanisms of the criminal justice system including police, courts and corrections. Options are available to develop specialist knowledge of specific criminal concerns, including hate crime, serious and violent crime, cybercrime, and transnational and organised crime.

You’ll have the opportunity to travel internationally to meet criminal justice experts across Asia, Europe and the Americas, and throughout the course you’ll be challenged to apply abstract knowledge to real-world problems of crime and justice, and develop solutions. Degree awarded Bachelor of Criminology. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. DOUBLE DEGREES Contact the Faculty for advice on double degree options.

CAREER OPTIONS Police, courts, corrections, Department of Justice, anti-corruption organisations, government, community legal centres, human rights organisations, international criminal justice organisations. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Criminology 3 E:75 E:26 70 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Specialist course Clayton 3 years February and July MAJORS AND MINORS The Global Immersion Guarantee As a student in the Bachelor of Arts you'll have access to the Monash Arts Global Immersion Guarantee – a guaranteed* funded overseas experience to Italy, Indonesia or Malaysia.

A new benchmark in globally-focused education, you'll have the opportunity to spend two weeks studying overseas, with airfares and accommodation all covered as part of the degree. *Eligibility requirements apply: First year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Studies students (and relevant double degrees) in good academic standing, who have undertaken 24 points of credit (including a minimum of 12 points Arts) and have passed all their Arts units. COURSE CODE: A2008 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E C R I M I N O L O GY 28 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 29 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

GLOBAL STUDIES Global cultural literacies | Human rights | International relations | International studies Devise innovative solutions to global problems. Bachelor of Global Studies How can we conceptualise the most important challenges confronting our global communities, devise innovative solutions to these challenges, and effectively communicate these solutions? This course has been designed to answer those questions. You’ll be able to apply your learning in practical and professional ‘real-life’ contexts in one of four specialisations: > > Global cultural literacies > > Human rights > > International relations > > International studies.

Integral to the course is overseas study that can be completed across a full semester or taken intensively. You could take units offered at a Monash international location, join one of our many study tours, or study at one of our prestigious partner universities. On graduation you’ll be deeply informed on current challenges facing the global community and have developed outstanding skills as a leader and communicator.

This will place you in an exceptional position to pursue a career in fields such as politics and government, the environmental sector, international development, foreign affairs, international relations, trade, defence, or with non-government organisations (NGOs). Degree awarded Bachelor of Global Studies. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Commerce > > Laws (Honours) > > Science CAREER OPTIONS Defence, environment, foreign affairs, government, intelligence, international development, international relations, journalism, media, non-government organisations, policy analysis, politics, trade, translation.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Global Studies 3 90.05 33 85 Double degrees with Commerce 4 92.95 35 86 Laws (Honours) 5.25 98 40 94 Science 4 90.15 33 85 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. Specialist course Clayton 3 years February Specialisations Global cultural literacies Global cultural literacies is an interdisciplinary field that fosters awareness of language, cultural interaction and negotiation, conflict and cooperation.

You’ll deepen your cross- cultural skills and knowledge through intensive language study and will benefit from the most comprehensive language program available in the country.

By focusing on incorporating cultural literacies as you develop your language skills, you’ll build intercultural communication skills and apply your knowledge in real-world contexts. Language choices are Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. Human rights In the era of globalisation, one of the most important concepts in international affairs is human rights. You’ll examine the history and the nature of human rights, and address basic issues such as: What are human rights? Are human rights culturally relative? How can human rights be justified? You’ll examine how these issues relate to pressing practical problems; for instance, how an understanding of human rights helps to address issues such as global poverty, unequal access to medicine, refugees, terrorism, warfare, children’s rights, humanitarian intervention, torture, surveillance and more.

International relations International relations examines the dynamics of global politics and economics, including the relationships between political institutions, international organisations, and governmental and non-governmental bodies. It uses evidence- based explanations to study war and conflict, development, financial and other crises at the global level. International studies It’s important to understand the ideas and beliefs of our neighbours and trading partners. International studies is an interdisciplinary field focusing on the ‘lived’ experience of people in a variety of social and cultural settings.

It will foster your critical thinking about the effects of globalisation across cultures.

Shannon Kay is currently working in Istanbul, Turkey, home to more refugees than any other country in the world. Monash has supported and enabled Shannon to carry out much-needed work through a Monash international internship, after which she has stayed on as co-director of Small Projects Istanbul (SPI), helping those displaced from Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Yemen through offering educational, social and livelihood support to families and children rebuilding their lives. Visit smallprojectsistanbul.org to find out how you can get involved or support SPI.

SHANNON KAY Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) 2017 The Global Immersion Guarantee As a student in the Bachelor of Global Studies you'll have access to the Monash Arts Global Immersion Guarantee – a guaranteed* funded overseas experience to Italy, Indonesia or Malaysia.

A new benchmark in globally-focused education, you'll have the opportunity to spend two weeks studying overseas, with airfares and accommodation all covered as part of the degree. *Eligibility requirements apply: First year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Studies students (and relevant double degrees) in good academic standing, who have undertaken 24 points of credit (including a minimum of 12 points Arts) and have passed all their Arts units. COURSE CODE: A2001 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E G L O B A L S T U D I E S 31 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 30 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

MEDIA COMMUNICATION Digital humanities | Journalism | Media | Public relations | Screen Understand the role of media in our contemporary social, cultural and economic life. Bachelor of Media Communication Get ready for a career in media communication across a broad range of industries. Understand the role of media in our contemporary social, cultural and economic life while you develop professional skills in communication. You’ll take a core program of professional communication practice based in the Monash Media Lab, culminating in a final-year media project or industry internship, taken either locally or overseas.

Along the way, you’ll build your expertise in one of five specialisations: > > Digital humanities > > Journalism > > Media > > Public relations > > Screen. Degree awarded Bachelor of Media Communication. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Business > > Design (communication design specialisation only) CAREER OPTIONS Video producer, media content coordinator, journalism, public relations professional, digital communications coordinator, director of social media, researcher, media educator and more. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Media Communication 3 80.05 28 75 Double degrees with Business 4 83.05 30 75 Design 4 82.05 29 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. Specialisations Digital humanities Digital humanities is an innovative, multidisciplinary specialisation at the intersection of the study of human culture and digital technologies of the disciplines of the arts, humanities and computing. It utilises a variety of critical approaches that make use of new digital technologies to research and understand media communication.

Rather than taking digital technologies as simply objects of study, digital humanities employs them as tools for making sense of the media- saturated world in which we live and the cultural transformations that are taking place with their development. By combining the expertise of the faculties of Arts, IT, and Art, Design and Architecture, you’ll develop the necessary skills to create and evaluate digital media content, use digital technologies to analyse complex problems and creatively express yourself, and to work both independently and collaboratively with others across discipline boundaries.

The specialisation will prepare you for professional media practices such as data journalism, data visualisation, data archiving, social media analysis and other computer- mediated communication analysis, and interactive experience design. Journalism Be prepared for the professional practice of high-quality journalism. You’ll gain knowledge relating to all production technologies for journalism: digital, print, video and audio. The specialisation will give you advanced skills in research and communication for professional practice, and is founded on the principle that robust and accurate journalism is an essential component of a democratic society.

You’ll also explore foundational and contemporary scholarship about the context and practice of journalism in Australia and internationally, with extensive use of media examples and case studies.

Specialist course Caulfield 3 years February and July Media The media specialisation will give you a strong, grounded understanding of contemporary media. You’ll gain in-depth knowledge of media studies as a discipline, and develop skills in media analysis that have applications across a wide range of professional contexts – from social media strategy in organisations to media management and communication and media policy. You’ll develop an understanding of the transition from ‘broadcast’ to ‘networked’ media systems, and of the social, economic and political disruptions this transition has brought around the world.

The specialisation introduces principles for making critical and ethical judgements relevant to professional practice in the new media environment. It offers an international approach, providing opportunities to position yourself as a responsible global citizen. Public relations In this specialisation you’ll learn the theories of public relations and communication, understand the importance of the management of stakeholder relationships and reputation, acquire skills in public opinion analysis, learn to identify and manage organisational issues, and develop a crisis management plan. This course also provides you with the skills required to research, plan and implement a strategic public relations campaign, from objectives, stakeholder identification and strategies and tactics, to budgeting and evaluation.

You’ll gain an understanding of how globalisation and new media impacts public relations practices, and learn about the legal and ethical frameworks for the profession.

Screen Screen industries, technologies and cultures are changing faster than ever. This specialisation gives you the knowledge to understand these transformations, navigating how film, television and newer screen formats have led to and function within contemporary media ecologies. You’ll study an extensive range of units covering historical, analytical and practical approaches to screen content and formats from around the world. In this, you’ll consider current academic debates concerning the shift from local to global and analogue to digital economies, and also address issues relating to the representation of gender, race and class on screen.

The screen specialisation also combines conceptual and practical video production skills relevant to a broad range of media platforms and screen cultures. After overseas study opportunities in Norway and Finland, as part of the Global Environmental Journalism Initiative, learning from his professional idols such as Mike Sheahan and classes with industry personalities such as Jay Mueller, Joel turned his degree into his dream job. Now the Social Media Manager at Tennis Australia, Joel has written articles which have appeared to millions, been a part of the most successful Australian Open in recent history, and combined his love of sport with his passion for journalism and marketing.

“The media landscape is changing and I’m changing with it.” JOEL SMITH Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) 2010 COURSE CODE: A2002 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E M E D I A C O M M U N I C AT I O N M E D I A C O M M U N I C AT I O N 32 33 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Composition and music technology | Ethnomusicology and musicology | Music performance Advance your practical skills, collaborate with international artists, and study with accomplished teaching staff. Bachelor of Music Whether you see a future in performance, are passionate about music technology, or drawn to exploring the nature of music as culture, music at Monash will harness your creative potential. You’ll advance your practical skills, collaborate with international artists, and study with accomplished teaching staff. You’ll engage with the historical, creative, technical and cultural aspects of music, broaden your perspectives on music in the world, and lay the foundations for a career in music.

As you progress you’ll build expertise in one of three specialisations: > > Composition and music technology > > Ethnomusicology and musicology > > Music performance (classical, jazz, popular voice). Degree awarded Bachelor of Music. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. MUSIC DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Commerce > > Education (Honours)* > > Laws (Honours) > > Science *This double degree isn't available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Accompanist, artist manager, audio engineer, audio-visual production, composer, conductor, critic, editor, festival producer, film scoring, marketing and communications, mastering, music journalism, music publishing, music therapist, music writer, performance, producer, publisher, social media, teaching and much more. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Music 3 E:70+RC E:25+RC 70 RC Double degrees with Arts 4 E:81+RC E:31+RC 75+RC Commerce 4 E:90+RC E:33+RC 86+RC Education (Honours)* 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Laws (Honours) 5.25 E:98+RC E:40+RC 94 RC Science 4 E:85+RC E:31+RC 75 RC ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria.*Not available with all specialisations. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

Selection requirements You must complete an audition/composition. For more information, visit artsonline.monash. edu.au/music-auditions Specialist course Audition Clayton 3 years February and July Insert text here Specialisations Composition and music technology Become a music creator of the future. In this specialisation you’ll develop skills in composition for acoustic and electronic instruments, songwriting and music for other media such as film and video games. You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with performance students, write for international visiting artists and make your own recording projects.

In addition to testing composition techniques in performance scenarios, you’ll learn how to engage with the variety of music technology in the industry for composing, recording, mixing, mastering, interactive music and software programming. Through our partnership with the Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MESS), you’ll have access to vintage electronic equipment, and the School provides a state-of-the-art studio and recording space. Our ongoing program of local, national and international visiting artists and workshops means you’ll create established contacts with the industry and will be prepared for global career opportunities.

Ethnomusicology and musicology Study music in its social, historical and cultural contexts to investigate not only what music is, but why it exists, what it means, and how it shapes and impacts our world. You’ll study the music of different cultures, considering Western classical and popular forms as well as those from Africa and Asia. You’ll investigate the role of music in society, music history, philosophical and aesthetic aspects of music, and performance practice. You’ll also explore the richness and scope of humanity’s interplay with musical expression, and broaden your knowledge of music and the integral role it plays within different cultures.

Music performance (classical, jazz, popular voice) Available to those with strong musical aptitude in classical or jazz performance or popular voice, this specialisation offers you the rigour and richness required to put you on the path to professional music performance success. You’ll acquire an assured instrumental or vocal technique and perform in a variety of ensembles, in addition to solo work. There’s opportunity to take part in one of our study tours to New York, or to Italy at the Monash Prato Centre, immersing yourself in international music and culture.

“In the four years I studied at Monash, I was presented with unequalled musical opportunities to grow as a composer/musician and to work and learn from some of the finest creative artists our industry has to offer. Since the release of my debut album The Last Sanctuary, I have been awarded the Bell Award for the Young Australian Jazz Artist of the Year (2015) which has helped to propel my career forward in ways I couldn’t have imagined. I now have regular opportunities to write, work and play with some of the greatest musical artists and ensembles from all over the world, including recently working with the legendary Vince Mendoza and the Metropole Orkest in Amsterdam.

These are achievements I truly doubt I could have achieved without the support and inspiration of the sensational department at the Sir Zelman Cohen School of Music.” JAMES MUSTAFA Bachelor of Music (2015) COURSE CODE: A2003 FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E M U S I C 35 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 34 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

BUSINESS A successful career starts with strong business skills. Bachelor of Business The world of business is challenging, fast- paced and constantly evolving. Whether you're interested in working for a large corporation, managing a business or starting your own, you need to know how to thrive in a competitive business landscape. From finance to fashion, education to entertainment, every industry needs graduates with business skills. This degree is designed to give you broad business knowledge. The core units cover business fundamentals including accounting, management, economics, business statistics and finance.

With a wide range of single and double degree options and a choice 10 majors, the Bachelor of Business is designed for maximum choice and flexibility. A degree from Australia’s largest and most internationally-recognised business school will deliver employment opportunities nationally and internationally.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Business. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 22 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics or at least 25 in Further Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 4 in Math Studies SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL.

DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Business Specialist > > Design > > Education (Honours) > > Fine Art > > Information Technology > > Media Communication CAREER OPTIONS Accounting, account management, business development, marketing, tax advice, human resource management, banking, data analysis, consulting, business strategy.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Business 3 82.05 29 75 Double degrees with Arts 4 83.60 30 75 Business Specialist Accounting 4 84.05 30 75 Banking and Finance 4 85 31 International Business 4 83.65 30 Marketing 4 83.70 Design 4 85.80 31 75 Education (Honours) Primary Education 4.25 83.95+RC 30+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 4.25 82.75+RC Fine Art 4 E:82+ E:29+ 75 Information Technology 4 84 30 75 Media Communication 4 83.05 30 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC - Range of criteria. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

Comprehensive course Indigenous pathway Professionally accredited Caulfield 3 years February and July Major Minor Accounting and finance Accounting n n Banking and finance n n Economics and econometrics Business statistics n n Economics and business strategy n n Business law and taxation Business law n n Taxation n n Marketing Marketing n n Management Business management n n Human resource management n n International business International business n n BUSINESS MAJORS AND MINORS BUSINESS COURSE CODE: B2000 FA S T FA C T S B U S I N E S S 37 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 36 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Practical skills to operate effectively in business environments. Bachelor of Business Administration Every organisation needs people with strong business skills to help solve problems and improve day-to-day operations. Graduates with business administration skills have the confidence to tackle a host of workplace issues – from human resources, operations and managing people through to marketing and communications, which ultimately leads to a broad range of job prospects. Learning opportunities outside the classroom include internships, volunteering, studying abroad with partner universities, as well as a host of career-ready programs.

Put your learning into practice and achieve qualifications with a global perspective.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Business Administration. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 1 and 2: a satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics; or Units 3 and 4: any mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 3 in any mathematics subject. CAREER OPTIONS Accounting, marketing, project management, business administration, corporate finance, auditing, financial analysis.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Business Administration 3 71.25 25 70 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Comprehensive course Professionally accredited Indigenous pathway Peninsula 3 years February and July BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MAJORS AND MINORS Major Minor Accountancy n n Business administration studies n Economics and business decisions n Finance and economics n Management practice n n Marketing and communications n n "I didn’t take any business-related subjects in high school, so it was a big shock to my family, friends and even myself when I decided to undertake a business degree.

During VCE I studied product design and technology, and as part of it we briefly covered marketing one day. It really clicked for me, so I looked into studying marketing within a business degree. What’s great about my course is that all first-year classes teach students from step one, so I was able to keep up with all my classes without any prior knowledge.” NATALYA BANKS Bachelor of Business DID YOU KNOW?

Many learning opportunities are available outside the classroom, all designed to get you career-ready: internships and industry projects, volunteering, studying abroad with partner universities, and employability programs. COURSE CODE: B2007 FA S T FA C T S B U S I N E S S A D M I N I S T R AT I O N 39 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 38 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Major Minor Accounting and finance Accounting n n Finance n n Business law and taxation Business law n Econometrics and business statistics Actuarial studies n n Business analytics n n Econometrics n n Economics Economics n n Behavioural commerce n Sustainability n n Marketing Marketing science n n Management Management studies n n COMMERCE Think commercially to influence change.

Bachelor of Commerce If you’re intrigued by finding solutions to problems and consider ideas conceptually, studying commerce will teach you to apply your thinking in a commercial capacity. Commerce is integral to all aspects of the economy. It encompasses the diverse and rapidly changing activities of the world, including leadership, innovation and policy development. Through this course you’ll develop broad commercial knowledge and acquire expertise in one of 11 commerce majors. You also have the option of a double degree, with 11 combinations on offer.

Learning opportunities outside the classroom include internships, international study tours and studying abroad, as well as a host of career-ready programs. Put your learning into practice and achieve qualifications with a global perspective. Degree awarded Bachelor of Commerce. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL.

Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Biomedical Science > > Commerce Specialist > > Computer Science > > Education (Honours)* > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Global Studies > > Information Technology > > Laws (Honours) > > Music > > Science * This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Business analysis, marketing coordination, accounting, entrepreneurship, policy advice, data science. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash# Guarantee Course Commerce 3 90.35 33 86# Double degrees with Arts 4 92.50 35 86 Biomedical Science 4 95.10 37 88 Commerce Specialist Actuarial Science 4 93.90 36 86 Economics 4 92 34 86 Finance 4 92 34 86 Computer Science 4 91.70 34 86 Education (Honours)* 4.25 E:90+RC E:33+RC 86+RC Engineering (Honours)* 5 92 34 86 Global Studies 4 92.95 35 86 Information Technology 4 91.50 34 86 Laws (Honours) 5.25 98 40 94 Music 4 E:90+RC E:33+RC 86+RC Science 4 91.10 34 86 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. * Not available with all specialisations. # This Guarantee does not apply to the law pathway, which requires an ATAR of 90+. Comprehensive course Laws pathway Clayton 3 years February and July COMMERCE MAJORS AND MINORS BUSINESS SPECIALIST Accounting | Banking and finance | International business | Marketing Specialist knowledge for the world of business.

Bachelor of Business Specialist Businesses need professionals with specialist skills to improve operations and revolutionise business practice. Develop the acumen to make a real difference in the business world, while also building expertise from day one. Choose to specialise in either accounting, banking and finance, international business or marketing to develop in-depth business skills. Learning opportunities outside the classroom include internships, volunteering, studying abroad with partner universities, as well as a host of career-ready programs.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation.

> > Bachelor of Accounting > > Bachelor of Banking and Finance > > Bachelor of International Business (city location only) > > Bachelor of Marketing. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score at least 22 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics or 25 in Further Mathematics.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 4 in Math Studies SL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 3 in Mathematics HL. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Business CAREER OPTIONS Digital media, market research, advertising, supply chain management, corporate finance, banking, accounting, taxation, auditing, international business. * International business specialisation only. **  2 years’ accelerated progression for international business. #  For international business, intakes are February, June and November.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Business Specialist Accounting 3 82.95 29 75 Banking and Finance 3 82.75 29 75 International Business 2** 81.05 29 75 Marketing 3 83.40 29 75 Double degrees with Arts 4 85.15 31 75 Business Accounting 4 84.05 30 75 Banking and Finance 4 85 31 International Business 4 83.65 30 Marketing 4 83.70 30 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses.

See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. ** 2 years' accelerated progression for International Business.

Specialist course Professionally accredited Caulfield, city* 3 years or 2 years** February and July# Specialisations Accounting Accountants are increasingly being called upon to provide advice about the strategic direction of their organisation. You’ll learn how to solve problems, analyse complex information, build strong client relationships and communicate effectively at all levels of business. Depending on elective choices, you may meet the accreditation requirements of CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, the Institute of Public Accountants, and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Banking and finance The banking and finance specialisation develops skills to manage money in institutional settings, such as banks, investment houses or superannuation companies. You’ll learn about key banking and finance concepts, how to assess the financial needs of companies, governments and individuals, and inform policy development. International business Learn how to apply practical and theoretical knowledge and skills to areas such as international relations, trade, investment, politics and culture. You can choose a stream in international business or professional accounting. This course is run on a trimester basis, meaning you can graduate within two years.

It also offers two study abroad programs – to China or Japan – and it’s also available as a double degree with either Business or Arts.

Marketing Marketing professionals understand how consumers think, and thrive on strategic planning and creativity. A career in marketing is about delivering value to an organisation and its stakeholders and customers. Through this course you’ll gain the analytical, creative and strategic skills to be a specialist marketer and make decisions that drive value for business. DID YOU KNOW? If you want to study law and you identify as an Indigenous Australian, live in a low socio-economic area or have experienced financial hardship, you could be eligible for the Bachelor of Commerce Laws Pathway.

See p.16 for more information.

COURSE CODE: B2003 COURSE CODE: B2001 FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S B U S I N E S S S P E C I A L I S T C O M M E R C E 40 41 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

COMMERCE SPECIALIST Actuarial science | Economics | Finance Apply your knowledge to commercial environments. Bachelor of Commerce Specialist Choose from a specialisation in actuarial science, economics or finance, and apply your knowledge to commercial environments. You’ll also have the opportunity to develop a global perspective and gain work-ready skills through our internship and study- abroad programs.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation. > > Bachelor of Actuarial Science > > Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Finance. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. DOUBLE DEGREE > > Commerce CAREER OPTIONS Superannuation, risk management, financial consulting, investment banking, environment and sustainability, foreign exchange and bond trading. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Commerce Specialist Actuarial Science 3 91.40 34 86 Economics 3 90 34 Finance 3 E:90 E:33 Double degrees with Commerce Actuarial Science 4 93.90 36 86 Economics 4 92 34 86 Finance 4 92 34 86 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. Specialisations Actuarial science Actuaries manage risk. They combine analytical skills, business knowledge and an understanding of human behaviour to help companies plan for the future. In this specialisation you’ll learn how to solve complex business problems using mathematical and econometric models. A career in actuarial science will lead you to forecast real-life scenarios and manage risks that affect calculations, such as insurance premiums and financial investments.

Depending on the units you choose, you may achieve Part I of the Actuaries Institute of Australia professional qualification, which you’ll need to work as a professional actuary.

Economics By specialising in economics you’ll understand how the relationship between people, industry and resources leads to a functioning economy. From the consumption of goods and services to changes in employment rates or effects on living standards, economics is at the heart of how our society operates. This specialisation covers the analytics of financial investments, production, taxes and government expenditures that form economic policy. In this specialist course you’ll have the choice of two streams: > > Economics and economic policy – focus on economic theories and analytical tools to learn how to identify and communicate the effects of government policies in both domestic and international environments.

> > Mathematical economics and econometrics – focus on the numerical and analytical aspects of economics to learn how to analyse and interpret econometric and mathematical data. Finance Finance professionals make decisions about cashflow, asset and risk management, capital markets, stock portfolios, international finance and more. You’ll develop the high-level skills required to manage, organise and invest money, learn how to develop financial policies and products, and be able to solve complex financial problems using mathematical models. Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 3 years February and July “I’ve known from the very start that I wanted to do a degree in commerce and statistics, which is why I chose to study a Bachelor of Actuarial Science.

But I also wanted to learn more broadly about commerce, so chose to do a double degree. What I found really great about my commerce degree was that I could keep my options open and get a taste of different subjects in my first year before deciding on a major. As part of my degree, I’m also hoping to embark on a semester abroad.” TYLER BRADLEY Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Actuarial Science COURSE CODE: B2004 FA S T FA C T S C O M M E R C E S P E C I A L I S T 43 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 42 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

EDUCATION Education makes the world a better place. Bachelor of Education (Honours) Are you passionate about education with the ideas and desire to engage and inspire? Choose to specialise in early childhood, primary or secondary education – or a combination of these – and graduate ready for a successful career. A degree in education is not just about becoming a teacher – you'll learn to communicate effectively to audiences and build your confidence to be able to step into any career, inside or outside of the classroom. You'll learn how to pull together your knowledge of the school curriculum with the needs of your students, to become an effective and inspiring teacher.

Whichever specialisation you choose, you'll also graduate with an honours degree, putting you ahead of the game.

Professional experience – local or global We understand that aspiring educators need more than just theoretical learning. That’s why we give you the chance to gain practical skills by completing professional experience through placements in Australia and overseas. You’ll complete a minimum of 80 days’ supervised professional experience as part of your specialisation. International opportunities are available in China, Cook Islands, England, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation.

Bachelor of Education (Honours) in: > > Early Years and Primary Education > > Primary Education (can be studied as a double degree) > > Primary and Secondary Education > > Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education > > Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education > > Secondary Health and Physical Education > > Secondary Education (studied as part of a double degree). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion of two units (any study combination) of General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods; or Units 3 and 4: any mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 3 in any mathematics subject. Note: If you choose a double degree course you must also meet the prerequisites of the partner degree. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Business > > Commerce > > Fine Art (visual arts specialisation) > > Information Technology > > Music > > Science You can combine your primary education or secondary education specialisation with a second degree.

If you’re specialising in secondary education, you’ll qualify as a subject specialist teacher in two secondary teaching areas. If you’re specialising in primary education you’ll be qualified to teach across the school curriculum, with particular expertise in one or two fields.

CAREER OPTIONS Teaching, school leadership, corporate training, student welfare, curriculum development, community education, outdoor education, health and fitness coaching. Studying a double degree also leads to a wide range of careers depending on your choice of partner degree. #  This is a 4.25-year course taken as an accelerated course where you will do the equivalent of 4.25 years of study in four calendar years. Specialist course Professionally accredited Indigenous pathway Admissions test See specialisations 4 years# February EDUCATION COURSE CODE: D3001 FA S T FA C T S E D U C AT I O N 45 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 44 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Extra requirements CASPer – Non-academic selection for initial teacher education Anyone can learn – but not everyone can teach. It takes gifted, hard-working people, who are just as passionate about inspiring young people as they are about educating them. All applicants will now need to complete a non-academic selection component when applying for the Bachelor of Education (Honours), including double degrees. You’ll be required to complete a mandatory online 90-minute computer-based test – CASPer. To find out more, visit monash.edu/ education/future-students/courses/ teacher-education/casper To see an example of the test structure, schedule your test or take CASPer on your chosen test date, please visit takeCASPer.com Working with Children Check Before participating in a professional experience placement in any educational setting, you must meet specific security clearances that apply to the state or territory where the placement is being undertaken.

Literacy and Numeracy Test The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership requires all students of initial teacher education courses to successfully complete the National Literacy and Numeracy Test before graduating. EDUCATION – SPECIALISATIONS Teach pupils aged Specialisation Description Location 0-12 years Early years and primary education This dual-sector qualification offers you multiple options as a graduate, ensuring your skills remain in demand across a range of learning environments and community contexts. You’ll be qualified to teach infants and children in childcare, kindergartens, preschools and primary schools.

Peninsula 5-12 years Primary education You’ll develop your knowledge of the primary curriculum areas, including English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. You can choose to enhance your career options by studying this course as a double degree. Clayton (double degrees) Peninsula 5-18 years Primary and secondary education Offering multiple career pathways, this dual-sector qualification will ensure you have the skills and knowledge to be in demand in both primary and secondary schools, and a range of community contexts.

Clayton Primary and secondary inclusive education Increased demand for teachers with the skills and knowledge to take the lead in inclusive and special education settings make this specialisation the gateway to a range of fulfilling and rewarding careers. Clayton Primary and secondary health and physical education Turn your passion for a fit and healthy lifestyle into a productive and rewarding career. This specialisation will allow you to work in a wide range of educational and community settings, inspiring young people to grow and develop physically and academically. Peninsula 12-18 years Secondary health and physical education Qualify as a secondary health (including human development) and physical education teacher.

You'll also be able to choose a third teaching area which could be outdoor education and environmental studies, biology, business, geography, mathematics or social education. Peninsula Secondary education^ ^  Only studied as a double degree. Studied as a double degree, you’ll be able to follow your passion for a particular subject area and combine it with a highly respected education degree. Choose a second degree in Arts, Business, Commerce, Fine Art (visual arts specialisation), Information Technology, Music or Science.

Clayton PATHWAYS INTO EDUCATION There are many ways to gain entry to Monash Education if you miss out on direct entry. > > Diploma of Tertiary Studies > > Diploma of Higher Education > > Monash Access Program See page 16 for more information. DID YOU KNOW? At Monash you can choose a dual-sector qualification that allows you to teach across two school sectors. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Education (Honours) Early Years and Primary Education 4.25 75.30+RC 26+RC 70+RC Primary Education 4.25 75.30+RC 26+RC Primary and Secondary Education 4.25 78.20+RC 28+RC Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education 4.25 E:75+RC E:26+RC Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education 4.25 75.95+RC 27+RC Secondary Health and Physical Education 4.25 76.35+RC 27+RC Secondary Education Refer to double degrees Double degrees with Arts Primary Education 4.25 83.25+RC 30+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 82.05+RC Business Primary Education 4.25 83.95+RC 30+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 82.75+RC Commerce Primary Education 4.25 E:90+RC E:33+RC 86+RC Secondary Education Fine Art Primary Education 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 82.70+RC 30+RC Information Technology Primary Education 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Secondary Education Music Primary Education 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Secondary Education Science Primary Education 4.25 E:85+RC E:31+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 86.90+RC 31+RC ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

“Monash was one of the few universities that offered a double degree in Education and Arts, including an honours qualification. Participating in the International Professional Experience Program in Sharjah, UAE, was a personal highlight. Being able to teach overseas to such diverse students improved my teaching experience tenfold, plus it was an extremely enjoyable opportunity.” ALYSSA JOHN Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) E D U C AT I O N 47 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 46 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

ENGINEERING COURSE CODE: E3001 ENGINEERING Monash is a global leader in engineering, attracting outstanding academics and featuring innovative research facilities to support you while completing your studies.

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Engineers solve problems, figure out how things work and create solutions. They’re key to solving the challenges faced by our world and have forged some of the greatest developments in modern society. Clean water, advances in medical equipment and the increased quality of food supplies are all a result of their work. As an engineer, you’ll apply maths and science in a practical way, and work collaboratively to develop new technologies and improve existing ones.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) has a common first year, allowing you to better understand engineering and its specialisations before deciding which to pursue from level two. You can choose from aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical and computer systems, environmental, materials, mechanical, mechatronics, resources or software engineering. On graduation, you’ll be highly sought-after across many industries, known for your creative thinking, problem-solving and ability to excel in team-based environments. As a Monash engineering graduate, you’ll leave prepared for leadership, success and – most importantly – life.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation.

> > Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Resources Engineering (Honours) > > Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours). Accelerated pathway to master’s If you’re a high-achieving student, you can accelerate your studies.

In just five years, by maintaining strong grades and by accessing master’s-level units while completing the elective components of your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), you’ll be able to complete the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) as well as the Master of Advanced Engineering*. Accelerating your master’s through a bachelor's/master's double degree reduces graduate fee costs.

The program is available for students doing the following specialisations: > > Aerospace engineering > > Chemical engineering > > Civil engineering > > Electrical and computer systems engineering > > Materials engineering > > Mechanical engineering > > Mechatronics engineering. *See monash.edu/study for entry requirements. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Architectural Design > > Arts > > Biomedical Science > > Commerce > > Computer Science > > Design > > Information Technology > > Laws (Honours) > > Pharmaceutical Science > > Science * Double degrees are not available with all specialisations; see table on page 52 or monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Nanotechnology, advanced manufacturing, aerospace, software systems and IT services, biomedical engineering, renewable energy, research and development, design and construction, infrastructure, defence, traffic and transport, robotics and automation systems, water management and recycling, sustainable resources, energy and power generation, environment and sustainability, management consulting, financial services, tunnelling, unconventional resources. Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 4 years February and July FA S T FA C T S E N G I N E E R I N G 49 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 48 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry or Physics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. Science: At least 4 in Chemistry SL or 3 in Chemistry HL or 4 in Physics SL or 3 in Physics HL.

Specialisations Aerospace engineering Join a thrilling profession in developing the next generation of flight vehicles.

The Airbus A380, A350, A400M and the Boeing 787 are just some of the astounding advances being led by aerospace engineers. Aerospace engineering is concerned with the design, development and maintenance of flight vehicles. It involves aerodynamics, aerostructures, avionics, propulsion, materials engineering and computational simulation. As an aerospace engineer, you’ll have the chance to tackle many of tomorrow’s global challenges. You may be involved in the creation of a more environmentally friendly passenger aircraft, or even help build a vehicle capable of exploring our solar system, and beyond.

Chemical engineering Chemical engineers invent, design and develop processes that convert raw materials into products with minimal environmental impact. They’re also involved with pollution control, protection of the environment, and energy conservation and conversion. Many everyday items involve chemical engineering during some stage of their production – computer chips, mobile phones, petrol, paper and coffee, to name just a few.

You could develop products or catalysts for chemical reactions, design plants for international manufacturers, or develop alternative fuels and energy sources. Chemical engineering blends chemistry with engineering and other fields including biological science, environmental science, nanotechnology, mathematical modelling, management and economics. Civil engineering Civil engineers improve systems and processes that allow humans and nature to coexist with minimal impact. Modern society could not function without them.

We need civil engineers to design and build higher-capacity transportation systems.

We need them to construct larger commercial and industrial complexes. We need them for water supply and pollution control. And we need them to repair or replace roads, bridges and other structures. As a civil engineer, you can be involved in: > > Structures – design and oversee construction of buildings, bridges, airports, railways, commercial complexes, towers, offshore platforms and tunnels. > > Water – plan and manage water supply and drainage systems for communities, agriculture and industry.

> > Transport – plan for future travel needs and investigate transport technologies to improve road and traffic systems. > > Geomechanics – advise on foundation design, support structures, stability of slopes, tunnel design and construction, as well as the suitability of materials for infrastructure projects. Electrical and computer systems engineering Electrical and computer systems engineering is an extremely diverse field, encompassing biomedical, computer systems, electronics, electrical power, robotics and telecommunications. Electrical and computer systems engineers investigate, plan, design, develop, construct, test, market and maintain a wide range of products and systems.

As an electrical and computer systems engineer you might design and develop digital products such as smartphones, virtual reality systems or computer games, or maybe robotic medical devices to assist in surgery and rehabilitation. Environmental engineering All Monash Engineering specialisations consider sustainability, but as an environmental engineering student, it’ll be your priority. Environmental engineering involves the implementation and management of solutions that are in harmony with the principles of sustainable development. It’s concerned with reducing energy and minimising waste, while providing the community with the development opportunities it needs to grow.

With demand on the rise for engineering graduates with environmental expertise, this will allow you to stand out from the crowd. Materials engineering Materials engineering is all about making new materials and improving existing ones. It’s about making things stronger, lighter and more functional, sustainable and cost-effective. It underpins much of engineering – if we want to make things, we need to have materials with the right properties.

Whether it’s a next-generation jet engine, a biodegradable tissue scaffold to grow organs from stem cells, or new types of solar cells and batteries, the structure, properties and processing of materials are crucial to the final product. As a materials engineer, you’ll have the opportunity to play a significant role in almost every industry. Mechanical engineering As a mechanical engineer, you might design automatic control systems, or create efficiently heated and cooled buildings, manage the water supply for a whole state, design wind turbines or Formula One cars, work with the medical profession to create robots that can operate with greater precision than a human, or be at the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing using 3D printers to create aircraft parts with elegance and function.

Mechanical engineering is about the efficient use of energy for the design and function of all types of mechanisms, from the simplest to the most complex. It builds on physics, chemistry, materials, mathematics and biology to achieve this goal. If an engineering solution moves, you’ll find mechanical engineering at the heart of its design. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Engineering (Honours) 4 91.05 34 86 Double degrees with Architectural Design Civil Engineering 5 92 34 86 Arts* 5 E:92+ E:35+ 86 Biomedical Science* 5 95 37 88 Commerce* 5 92 34 86 Computer Science* 5 92.25 34 86 Design* 5 92.40 35 86 Information Technology 5 E:92+ E:35+ 86 Laws (Honours)* 6.25 98 40 94 Pharmaceutical Science* 5 92.15 34 86 Science* 5 92 34 86 Engineering (Honours – master’s accelerated pathway) 5 94.10 36 88 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

*Only available for some specialisations, see monash.edu/study for full details. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

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Mechatronics engineering Mechatronics is where mechanical and electrical engineering meet, employing computer control systems to make devices smarter and more efficient. As a mechatronics engineer you could create planetary exploration rovers or robots for medical applications. Or you might take a household product and turn it into a truly clever device. Or you might design the programs that control those devices. You’ll learn how to handle vast amounts of data and design systems that make sense of data in real time so that, for example, a fully automated manufacturing facility can operate safely and efficiently, or a car can drive autonomously.

Resources engineering Resources engineering has essential disciplines such as mining, geological, oil and gas, and renewable energy to meet the ever changing global challenges and demands of industry. You will develop expertise in your stream of choice. This include skills such as leadership, management, and have the ability to transfer your skills overseas. Graduates will take a leading role in solving complex engineering problems. The skills you will learn are also very transferable to a range of positions across all these streams. Software engineering Software is everywhere. It does everything from dispensing medicine to controlling flight paths, to monitoring and shaping our shopping habits.

Our world’s major companies, governments and organisations depend on smartly-designed and well-built software. And they rely on the expertise of skilled software engineers to make it happen.

As a software engineer, you’ll apply engineering principles to systematically analyse, develop and improve software to ensure it runs effectively, safely and securely. You’ll acquire high-level programming expertise, but software engineering goes well beyond writing code. Most modern IT systems are so complicated that teams of people must work together to create them. This specialisation’s emphasis on collaborative studio-based learning gives you strong skills in teamwork, project management and communication – highly sought-after in industry. You have a huge choice of IT electives, from cybersecurity to games programming to business information systems.

You can apply for the highly-regarded IT Industry Based Learning (IBL) program to do a half-year placement with leading Australian and global organisations. Placements count towards your course and are supported by a $17,000 scholarship. Double degree combinations The following table shows double degree combinations and the Engineering specialisations with which they’re available: Architectural Design Arts Biomedical Science Commerce Computer Science Design* IT Laws (Honours) Pharmaceutical Science** Science Aerospace n n n n Chemical n n n n n n Civil n n n n n n Electrical and computer systems n n n n n n n Environmental n n n Materials n n n n n Mechanical n n n n n n Mechatronics n n n Software n n n n n * Industrial design only.

** Formulation science only. Note: No double degrees are available with the geological, mining, oil and gas, renewable energy engineering specialisations. “I’ve always been a very inquisitive and curious individual – always questioning how things work and how things are put together. Mathematics has also always been one of my favourite subjects, alongside visual communication and design. Finding this double degree was the perfect combination of the two. I love that I can use my engineering skills and design skills in order to develop creative solutions. Monash always offers the most incredible opportunities to its students, including the opportunity to work with real industry partners whilst undertaking units.” MARINA ABDELMALEK Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Architectural Design PA G E N A M E E N G I N E E R I N G 53 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 52 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE CODE: C2001 COMPUTER SCIENCE Advanced computer science | Data science Computer scientists and their creations are everywhere. Bachelor of Computer Science Computer scientists drive everything from search engines to daily weather reports, animation, cybersecurity and scientific discoveries. You’ll graduate with the skills to design data structures (to organise information), develop algorithms (as instructions for computers), and create software to solve real-world computational challenges. Build expertise through a specialisation in either advanced computer science or data science.

Imagine a career that can take you anywhere. No other career pushes the boundaries of innovation more than computer science. Apply for our Industry Based Learning program which gives you a competitive edge and provides valuable professional experience that counts towards your degree.

Degree awarded The degree you’re awarded will reflect your chosen specialisation. > > Bachelor of Computer Science > > Bachelor of Computer Science in Data Science. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: A study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: A study score of at least 25 in either Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL.

DOUBLE DEGREES > > Commerce > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Science * This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Specialist programming, IT consulting, data analytics, data science, data modelling, chief information officer, database administration, scientific research, technical analysis. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Computer Science 3 84.10 30 75 Double degrees with Commerce 4 91.70 34 86 Engineering (Honours)* 5 92.25 34 86 Science 4 85.50 31 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). *Not available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

Specialisations Advanced computer science Building on your core computer science knowledge, you’ll construct, manipulate and analyse the performance of advanced algorithms and data structures. A study of object-oriented design, programming paradigms and parallel computing will allow you to create software solutions to real-world problems. You’ll also have a choice of approved electives in areas such as graphics, mobile apps programming and intelligent systems. Data science Data science explores the capture, management and use of the huge volumes of data generated by government, commerce and science, and Monash has the greatest collection of expertise in data analytics of any university in the Asia- Pacific region.

If you want to tackle the big-data challenges in fields as diverse as marketing, medicine or finance, then data science is for you.

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COURSE CODE: C3001 COMPUTER SCIENCE ADVANCED Discover the world of digital research and development. Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours) This honours version of the Bachelor of Computer Science is for high-achieving students with a research focus. It offers you all the benefits of the advanced computer science specialisation, plus a stream of hands-on projects that engage you in research.

Apply for our Industry Based Learning program which gives you a competitive edge. Gain hands- on professional experience with an industry placement that counts towards your degree. Monash’s IT research strengths range from artificial intelligence to bioinformatics to cybersecurity. You’ll develop the exceptional programming and analysis skills and the research capabilities needed for graduate study or a career in the expanding world of digital research and development.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: A study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: A study score of at least 25 in either Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. CAREER OPTIONS Digital research, specialist programming, scientific research, IT services management.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Computer Science Advanced (Honours) 4 95.15 37 90 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 4 years February “I chose Monash because it has excellent facilities and the ideal environment where students can thrive and achieve their best. The academic staff are extremely helpful and supportive, and the University has a very welcoming aura. For my Computer Science degree, I majored in computational science. This covers the technical aspect of IT, as well as combining the analytical and theoretical/logical aspects. It has equipped me with analytical skills that are widely applicable, and enabled me to look at programming languages differently, as I was able to learn the theoretical/logical aspect behind their creation.” AADEEBA MOU Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computer Science This course has been accredited by the Australian Computer Society.

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COURSE CODE: C2000 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Drive the way we communicate and experience the world. Bachelor of Information Technology IT is everywhere, but its power comes from the experts who create the IT systems on which we all rely. This highly practical course gives you the problem-solving skills to drive the ongoing revolution in the way we communicate, conduct business and experience the world. You’ll learn from the best, develop your strengths and explore new areas through our comprehensive range of majors, minors and double degrees.

Imagine a career that can take you anywhere.

No other career pushes the boundaries of innovation more than IT. Apply for our Industry Based Learning program which gives you a competitive edge. Gain hands-on professional experience with industry placements that count towards your degree. Through real-world industry projects or placements, and with generous scholarships available, you’ll hit the ground running towards a successful career. Degree awarded Bachelor of Information Technology. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion of two units (any study combination) of General Mathematics, Mathematical Methods, or Specialist Mathematics; or Units 3 and 4: any mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 3 in any mathematics subject. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Business > > Commerce > > Design* > > Education (Honours)* > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Fine Art* > > Science *  This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations and majors; see monash.edu/study for full details. CAREER OPTIONS Business analysis, systems analysis, network administration, cybersecurity consulting, IT management, project management, web design, games and multimedia development.

Comprehensive course Professionally accredited Indigenous pathway Clayton 3 years February and July ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Information Technology 3 80 28 75 Double degrees with Arts 4 81.70 29 75 Business 4 84 30 75 Commerce 4 91.50 34 86 Design* 4 86 31 75 Education (Honours)* 4.25 E:82+RC E:29+RC 75+RC Engineering (Honours)* 5 E:92+ E:35+ 86 Fine Art* 4 E:80+ E:28+ 75 Science 4 85.35 31 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

*This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations and majors; see monash.edu/study for full details. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJORS AND MINORS Insert text here “IT is so intertwined with everything we do that we are no longer limited to keeping our skills within just the IT industry. If you are passionate about another area, it's definitely worth checking out how you can be involved through IT. I’m currently studying the software development major, where there has been a great focus on web and mobile applications, IT and algorithms.

This has really challenged me in an intellectually stimulating way, which I've really enjoyed.” SOPHIA HUYNH Bachelor of Information Technology Extended major Major Minor Business information systems n n n Computer networks and security n n n Computer science n Cybersecurity n Data science n Digital humanities n Games design n Games development n n Interactive media n n n IT for business n Mobile apps development n Software development n n n Software engineering n Web development n This course has been accredited by the Australian Computer Society. FA S T FA C T S I N F O R M AT I O N T E C H N O L O GY 59 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 58 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

LAWS COURSE CODE: L3001 Pathways to Law If you have the talent and determination to succeed in our Bachelor of Laws but just miss out on the clearly-in ATAR, you could be eligible for Pathways to Law. If eligible, you’ll be admitted to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Science, and will study four units from that course and four Law units. Maintain a credit average (60 per cent) in the four law units and overall, and you’ll have the option to transfer to the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) course or the double degree course with Arts, Commerce or Science.

To be eligible you must meet the following requirements: > > satisfy requirements for home location, low income or identify as an Indigenous Australian > > be studying an Australian Year 12 or IB > > achieve at least a minimum ATAR of 90.00 or equivalent > > satisfy all prerequisites and extra requirements > > be an Australian or a New Zealand citizen, or holder of an Australian permanent resident or permanent humanitarian visa.

monash.edu/domestic-pathways Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) Already have a bachelor degree in another discipline? The Monash JD is specifically designed for graduates from non-law backgrounds. Monash JD graduates are equipped with the knowledge and academic requirements for admission as a legal practitioner.

monash.edu/law/future-students/jd DID YOU KNOW? You could also gain entry to Law at Monash through an internal transfer. To apply for a transfer into Law you must have completed at least one full year of study in a recognised Monash undergraduate course and achieved at least a 70 per cent average overall. Entry is competitive, with applicants ranked based on university results. LAWS Guaranteed experience with real clients on real cases. Bachelor of Laws (Honours) A Monash Law degree offers you a realistic way to make a difference in the world. In this practical course, you’ll gain real legal experience and have the chance to complement your law studies with another bachelor's degree.

In your first year, you’ll begin mastering the concepts, procedures and reasoning underpinning the Australian legal system. Alongside this rigorous training in the basics, you’ll benefit from a range of specialist law electives as diverse as negotiation and conflict resolution, media law or animal law, and the freedom to craft a course that matches your interests and aspirations.

Factor in the prestige that comes with a degree from a leading law school, and you’ll have the ideal foundation for a lifelong career. Degree awarded Bachelor of Laws (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Biomedical Science > > Commerce > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Global Studies > > Music > > Science *  This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Barrister, solicitor, in-house counsel and a range of legal/non-legal roles across the corporate, government and community sectors. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Bachelor of Laws (Honours) 4.25 98 40 94 Double degrees with Arts 5.25 98 40 94 Biomedical Science 5.25 Commerce 5.25 Engineering (Honours)* 6.25 Global Studies 5.25 Music 5.25 E:98+RC E:40+RC 94 RC Science 5.25 98 40 94 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. * Only available with some specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

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Clinical legal education guarantee We are the first law school in Australia to guarantee our students a place in a clinical legal education program, giving you the practical experience, applied knowledge and confidence wanted by employers of the future. Monash is a pioneer in experiential learning, and our clinical legal education program empowers you beyond the confines of a classroom, into the real world where you can put theory into action.

Working with real clients on real cases under the supervision of expert legal professionals, you can enhance your professional skill set and ethical awareness while receiving credit towards your degree and practical experience for your resume. Professional practice Work on real cases with real clients, including representing them in court. At one of our three Monash Law clinics, put everything you've learnt into practice under the expert supervision of legal practitioners, and develop professional skills including: > > how to interview clients > > legal diagnosis and same-day advice > > negotiation and influencing > > mediation and arbitration > > advocacy > > professional ethics.

The Family Law Assistance Program Give back to the community and advise clients going through family law mitigation. Use your knowledge on family law procedure, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution, under the expert supervision and guidance of a practicing lawyer. Gain knowledge and appreciation of access to justice and community issues and intercultural competence, and gain experience practicing in challenging and complex situations. Clinical externships Our Australian-first clinical guarantee offers you superior clinical placements and unrivaled practical experience, all for credit towards your degree.

In addition to Professional Practice and the prestigious Family Law Assistance Program, we offer you exclusive gold-standard, practical legal training within a particular field in industry- specific externships. These include: Monash/Ashurst Corporate Governance and Responsibility Clinic Provide advice on corporate governance and social responsibility issues to not-for-profits and/or ASX-listed companies.

Supreme Court of Victoria Externship Shadow judges at the Supreme Court of Victoria. County Court of Victoria Clinic Assist judges in drafting speeches, preparing case summaries and legal research on some of Victoria’s most prominent cases. Monash and King and Wood Mallesons Corporate Governance and Responsibility Clinic Make a difference to the environment by working in the Corporate Social Responsibility teams of ASX-listed companies. Environmental Protection Authority, Victoria Provide legal advice that protects our environment for future generations. Human Rights Clinic Work in conjunction with the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Holding Redlich in general civil litigation.

Carlton and United Breweries Clinic Give in-house legal advice within a team of talented and driven professionals, helping to bring people together. Public Transport Ombudsman Victoria Achieve fair and efficient outcomes and support your clients through this independent, free and accessible service. Transport for Victoria Work with the Victorian Government team on economic development, jobs, transport and resources. JobWatch Clinic Give employment law advice to workers in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania through an accredited community legal centre. Family Violence Clinic Help victims of family violence with the Magistrates’ Court Duty Lawyer, including making victims of crime applications to the Victims of Crime Tribunal.

Joint Sexual Assault Clinic Work sensitively with highly vulnerable clients at the South-East Centre Against Sexual Assault at Monash Law Clinic Springvale. “I completed the Professional Practice and Clinical Externship placements at Monash Law Clinic Springvale. These were absolutely the highlight of my Laws degree. The opportunity to translate theory to practice, and realise that law is about people not textbooks, is a crucial learning curve all students should experience. I learned how to think on my feet, communicate empathetically with vulnerable clients, and work collaboratively with supervising lawyers and other students.

These practical experiences, without doubt, were the ‘foot in the door’ to my legal employability – they helped me secure a paralegal role at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, a Castan Centre Global Internship in New York, and clerkships at Russell Kennedy and the Office of Public Prosecutions.” GEMMA HALLETT Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (2017) L AW S 62 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 63 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

MEDICINE, NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES COURSE CODE: M2003 DID YOU KNOW? Applicants to the Bachelor of Biomedical Science and the Bachelor of Biomedical Science scholars programs may apply to be considered for a place in the course via the Dean's Rural List. ‘Rural areas’ in this instance means rural areas in east and west Victoria only. For more information, visit med.monash.edu.au/biomed/bms- drl.html BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE Make a global difference in people’s lives. Bachelor of Biomedical Science Biomedical sciences help us understand disease – how it occurs, what happens, and how we can control, cure and prevent it.

Breakthroughs in biomedical science improve the quality of people’s health and lives. Our multidisciplinary approach to teaching, presence in major hospitals and international links will give you access to an exciting world of possibilities and prepare you to make a global difference in people’s lives. Degree awarded > Bachelor of Biomedical Science, or > Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Scholars Program).

Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths or Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics or Physics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths or Science: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 4 in Physics SL or 3 in Physics HL.

Science: At least 4 in Chemistry SL or 3 in Chemistry HL.

DOUBLE DEGREES* > >Commerce > >Engineering (Honours)# > >Laws (Honours) > >Science^ * Not available with the Scholars Program. ^  Some majors not available with Biomedical Science double degree. #  This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details. CAREER OPTIONS Medical research, graduate medicine, allied health, working in industry. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Biomedical Science 3 92 34 88 Biomedical Science Scholars Program 3 98.55 41 NA Double degrees with Commerce 4 95.10 37 88 Engineering (Honours)* 5 95 37 88 Laws (Honours) 5.25 98 40 94 Science 4 95.05 37 88 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

*This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

Specialist course Clayton 3 years February Scholars Program for high achievers High-achieving students can apply to access to our Scholars Program, which provides a range of extracurricular opportunities to engage with research staff and the advanced technical facilities used for research. Scholars will receive a Biomedicine Discovery Scholarship to the value of $15,000. A VCE study score of 35 (or equivalent) is required for Chemistry and Mathematical Methods, Specialist Mathematics or Physics for entry into the Scholars Program.

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HEALTH SCIENCES Choose your own path in health. Bachelor of Health Sciences This course will give you a sound foundation in health science and a broad overview of health care, and skills in identifying, investigating, analysing and assessing health issues. This foundation provides the opportunity for you to tailor your degree to pursue a variety of career paths in the health sciences. Through our graduate pathway, this degree is a gateway to a variety of clinical careers in dietetics, nursing, social work and occupational therapy. The common thread is the commitment to an evidence-based approach to delivering quality health care efficiently and effectively.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Health Sciences. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. CAREER OPTIONS Clinical research, dietetics, government, forensic sciences, health care marketing, health education, health promotion, nursing, occupational therapy, public health, social work. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Health Sciences 3 74.45 26 70 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). COURSE CODE: M2014 Caulfield 3 years February Specialist course Indigenous pathway “The most enjoyable aspect of Biomedical Science has been the hands‑on practical classes which make up a crucial component of the course.

Whether it’s studying cadavers, discussing case studies or analysing microbes, I’ve found the real-life applications of biomed utterly fascinating.” MASARRAT MAHERA Bachelor of Biomedical Science FA S T FA C T S B I O M E D I C A L S C I E N C E A DVA N C E D 67 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 66 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

COURSE CODE: M6011, M6018 Direct entry selection requirements UMAT/ISAT To be considered for direct entry, you must undertake the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) (for Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents) or the ISAT (for international students). If you think that your citizenship status may change during the selection process, you need to undertake both the UMAT and ISAT. You must register by 5.00pm AEST 1 June 2018 to sit the UMAT, which will be held on 25 July 2018. acer.edu.au Interview You may be invited to attend an interview based on your UMAT and ATAR results for domestic applicants, and your ISAT results for international applicants.

The interview format is a multiple mini interview (MMI).

You must attend an interview to remain eligible for entry into the program. Interviews for domestic students will be held in January 2019. Interviews for international applicants are held at various locations throughout the year. We also offer an alternate entry to Medicine at Monash via our graduate entry program: med.monash.edu.au/medicine/admissions/ grad-entry/index.html Note: Only applicants who have at least one of the Medicine course codes in their VTAC (vtac.edu.au) preferences by the close of VTAC timely applications will be eligible to be considered for this course. The course cannot be added to an applicant’s VTAC preferences list after this date.

If the course is removed it cannot be reinstated into a preference list.

Extra requirements Upon enrolment you'll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements. You'll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. It’s highly recommended that you hold or attain, by the end of first semester of the course, a current Provide First Aid certificate. After two years studying Medicine at Monash’s Clayton campus, Tanzina has returned to her home town of Mildura for her first year of clinical training at Monash Rural Health Mildura, as part of the University’s Extended Rural Cohort (ERC) stream.

“Monash does a really good job in Mildura – they invite year 11 and 12 students for workshops and an information night. We feel we have a really good connection with them. It’s a great community feeling here.” TANZINA KAZI Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Honours) (now the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine) MEDICINE Access to the largest health care provider network in Australia. Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine Monash is the only Victorian university to offer two entry points for students considering a career in medicine – one directly from school and a graduate entry pathway.

Both allow students to engage with our renowned researchers and medical clinicians, as well as have access to our connections with the largest health care provider network in Australia. These include Monash Medical Centre, The Alfred (Melbourne’s major casualty hospital), Eastern Health, and health services in rural and regional Victoria and outer metropolitan Melbourne. The course is designed as an integrated curriculum, with units taught in an interdisciplinary fashion and in a wide range of learning environments, both campus and clinical sites.

For school-leaver entry, the first two years are largely campus-based, although some city and rural clinical placements are possible.

Interdisciplinary units introduce the basic medical and behavioural sciences of anatomy, biochemistry, genetics, immunology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, physiology, psychology and sociology. The graduate entry program is open only to those who’ve completed a Monash University degree in biomedical science (including those undertaking double degrees), pharmacy, physiotherapy or science (with the completion of specific units).

Degree awarded Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in Chemistry. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. Chemistry: At least 5 in Chemistry SL or 4 in Chemistry HL. CAREER OPTIONS Cardiology, pathology, emergency medicine, dermatology, general practice, obstetrics, gynaecology, ophthalmology, paediatrics, psychiatry, radiology, surgery. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Medicine 5 RC RC 94 RC ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria.

The direct entry program is only available to current Year 12 students (or equivalent) or applicants who have completed Year 12 no more than two years prior. Applicants who have commenced tertiary study (including at Certificate IV level) are ineligible for the direct entry program. Specialist course Admissions test (UMAT) Interview (MMI) Professionally accredited Clayton 5 years February DID YOU KNOW? Applicants to the Medicine course may apply to be considered for a place in the course via the Dean's Rural List (DRL) or Dean’s Indigenous List (DIL). ‘Rural areas’ in this instance means rural areas in Australia only.

Dean’s Rural List (DRL): med.monash.edu.au/medicine/ admissions/direct-entry/drl.html Dean’s Indigenous List (DIL): med.monash.edu.au/medicine/ admissions/direct-entry/dil.html FA S T FA C T S M E D I C I N E 68 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 69 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

COURSE CODE: M2006 “My favourite thing about the Peninsula campus is that many of the academics who design our courses are based here, and so we are guided really well throughout our learning." CAROLINE YAP Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours) NURSING Vibrancy and currency in research, and links to major teaching hospitals.

Bachelor of Nursing Monash nursing graduates are sought after worldwide. Acquire the skills to become a registered nurse who can provide leadership and care across the age spectrum, and gain the ability to provide care in multiple settings, including acute care, primary health care and health promotion.

You’ll be prepared for increasingly complex health care situations in Australia and internationally, gaining invaluable skills in clinical decision- making, client care, communication and research, developed through extensive clinical experience in various settings. This is underpinned by Monash’s links to renowned medical researchers and major teaching hospitals. Degree awarded > > Bachelor of Nursing, or > > Bachelor of Nursing (Scholars Program). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of General Mathematics, Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics; or Units 3 and 4: any mathematics.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 3 in any mathematics subject. Diploma pathway Successful completion of the Diploma of Tertiary Studies (DoTS) or a VET diploma can help you qualify for a place in the Bachelor of Nursing. Go to monash.edu/study for more information. CAREER OPTIONS Acute hospital care, nurse, mental health, rehabilitation, aged care, community-based care.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Nursing (Clayton) 3 75.30 26 70 Nursing (Peninsula) 3 70.50 25 70 Nursing Scholar’s Program 3 E:90+ E:33+ NA ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements. You’ll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check.

Nursing students must be aware of their legal responsibilities regarding the administration and storage of drugs in keeping with the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 (Vic), and the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Regulations 2006 (Vic). Monash Nursing and Midwifery has formulated a policy, and students should be aware of the drug administration policy relevant to their particular year of study. Refer to the faculty’s clinical placement information webpage. Specialist course Professionally accredited Indigenous pathway Clayton, Peninsula 3 years February FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E N U R S I N G 71 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 70 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

COURSE CODE: M3007 COURSE CODE: M2006 NUTRITION SCIENCE Address the complex problems of human nutrition. Bachelor of Nutrition Science Today, the need for nutritionists who can explain to the public the science underpinning the relationship between diet and disease is more important than ever. In this course you’ll explore the multi-faceted discipline of human nutrition and gain an appreciation of the broad scope of food in society, in-depth knowledge of nutritional and biomedical science, and the role of nutrition in health and disease. As you progress through the degree you’ll have the opportunity to undertake a work placement in a nutrition-related industry, work alongside nutrition researchers on a nutrition research project, or apply for the opportunity to study nutrition overseas at a partner university.

The Bachelor of Nutrition Science at Monash is the only program in Australia accredited with the UK Association for Nutrition (AfN). Graduates are eligible to register as an associate nutritionist in the UK, and recognised in the UK and Europe for employment. Graduates are also eligible to apply for membership of the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA). Scholars Program for high achievers High-achieving students can apply for access to our Scholars Program, which provides a range of extracurricular opportunities to engage with research staff and the advanced technical facilities used for research.

A VCE study score of 35 (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL (or equivalent) is required for English for entry into the Scholars Program. Bachelor of Nutrition Science Scholars Program students who complete their degree with an average grade of credit or above are guaranteed entry into a dietetics program accredited by the Dietitians Association of Australia. Degree awarded > > Bachelor of Nutrition Science, or > > Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Scholars Program). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry or Biology.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Science: At least 4 in Chemistry or Biology SL or 3 in Chemistry or Biology HL. CAREER OPTIONS Food industry, nutrition research, government and non-government agencies, dietetics, public health nutrition, food science, sports nutrition. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Nutrition Science 3 75.25 26 70 Nutrition Science (Scholars Program) 3 90.35 33 NA ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 3 years February PATHWAY TO DIETETICS The Bachelor of Nutrition Science provides a pathway to our Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) accredited Master of Dietetics, enabling graduates to apply for accreditation as dietitians.

Scholars who complete the Bachelor of Nutrition Science with an average grade of credit or above are guaranteed entry into the Master of Dietetics in 2022. Graduates of this combined 4.5-year program will be awarded a Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Scholars Program) and the Master of Dietetics. Students who don’t qualify for the Scholars Program will still be eligible to compete for entry into the 1.5-year Master of Dietetics. NURSING AND MIDWIFERY Become a versatile and multi-skilled health practitioner. Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours) Nurses and midwives are among the most valued members of any community.

Health care professionals with these qualifications play a crucial role in the provision of health care, the promotion of health and wellbeing, and maternity care.

Completing the joint Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours) degree means you’re eligible to apply for registration as a nurse and midwife – a highly capable individual who’s qualified to work in collaboration with the inter-professional team in general nursing and midwifery practice settings. The versatility of the nurse and midwife is increasingly important in Australian and international health services. This joint qualification makes you highly employable in many practice settings, including rural and remote areas where being a multi-skilled practitioner is highly valued.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours).

Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion in two units (any study combination) of General Mathematics, Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics; or Units 3 and 4: any mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 3 in any mathematics subject. CAREER OPTIONS Acute hospital care, mental health, rehabilitation, aged care, community- based care, midwifery including antenatal, birth and postnatal care.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Nursing and Midwifery (Honours) 4 85.15 31 80 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements. You’ll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. Nursing and Midwifery students must be aware of their legal responsibilities regarding the administration and storage of drugs in keeping with the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 (Vic), and the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Regulations 2006 (Vic).

Monash Nursing and Midwifery has formulated a policy, and students should be aware of the drug administration policy relevant to their particular year of study. Refer to the faculty’s clinical guidelines webpage. Specialist course Professionally accredited Peninsula 4 years February FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S N U T R I T I O N S C I E N C E N U R S I N G A N D M I D W I F E RY 72 73 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

# First year will be studied at a combination of Peninsula and Caulfield campuses; with the majority at Peninsula campus.

Second and third years will be solely at Peninsula campus. Indigenous pathway PARAMEDICINE We link the classroom and the clinical workplace. Bachelor of Paramedicine Paramedics are at the forefront of medical care in the community. They provide unscheduled health care for people experiencing health emergencies, initiating care and determining appropriate referral of patients to enable continuing care.

Paramedics are also required to cooperate effectively with other emergency services to respond to mass-casualty and disaster incidents in a range of situations. The Bachelor of Paramedicine will develop knowledge and skills you need to practise as a paramedic within national, international and private ambulance services, or in the community sector. You’ll study the structure and function of the human body, human development across the life span, disease processes, and learn about the Australian health care system and the role paramedics play within it. You’ll also study foundation research skills and develop an awareness of the important role research plays in evidenced-based paramedic practice.

You'll also develop core knowledge and skills to treat cardiovascular, respiratory, mental health, traumatic and medical emergency presentations, as well as learn specific care of maternal, neonatal, geriatric and paediatric patients. You’ll also learn about emergency management and the role of paramedics in mass-casualty disaster incidents. The underlying theory of these clinical units will be complemented by large practical components where you’ll participate in scenario-based exercises.

The on-campus learning is strengthened by a significant clinical placement component spread over the three years of the course, allowing you to put learning into context and practice. This course is challenging and dynamic, and offers successful graduates the potential for a rewarding and satisfying career in out-of- hospital emergency care. Degree awarded Bachelor of Paramedicine. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 22 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics, or 25 in further mathematics.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 4 in Math Studies SL. CAREER OPTIONS Paramedic in national and international ambulance services, private services, industry or community-based emergency health services. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Paramedicine 3 75.30 26 70 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements. You’ll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. You’ll need to comply with the stipulations of Ambulance Victoria that a medical and fitness examination be completed as a specific prerequisite for clinical placements. You will have to meet all associated costs. Go to the Ambulance Victoria website for more details: www.ambulance.vic.gov.au Specialist course Peninsula# 3 years February OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Experience practical fieldwork in a variety of settings.

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) Occupational therapists help people take part in self-care, play, leisure, education, work, sleep or social participation activities to their fullest potential, as well as promote health and wellbeing.

Occupational therapy practice involves working with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to improve their engagement in daily occupations. Drawing on the latest knowledge and evidence in the occupational, behavioural, social and biomedical sciences, the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) program is an internationally-recognised and nationally- accredited course that combines traditional and scenario-based learning methods and teaching techniques. As well as completing academic studies, you’ll complete 1000 hours of practical fieldwork in a variety of community, educational and clinical settings.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. While not prerequisite subjects, it is recommended that you undertake VCE Units 3 and 4 of at least two of the following: Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Health and Human Development, Psychology or Physical Education. CAREER OPTIONS Public health, rehabilitation, early intervention programs, education, private practice, aged care, mental health.

Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements. You’ll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Occupational Therapy (Honours) 4 82.50 29 78 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Specialist course Indigenous pathway Peninsula 4 years February “Each semester, occupational therapy and physiotherapy students have lessons together during interprofessional education week to share techniques and skills.

I’ve used different equipment for physiotherapy and learned communication skills with other health care professionals.” CHRISTY LAM Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) COURSE CODE: M3001 COURSE CODE: M2011 FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E PA R A M E D I C I N E O C C U PAT I O N A L T H E R A P Y 75 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 74 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

“Initially there were so many areas of physiotherapy, such as cardiorespiratory and neurological physiotherapy, that I wasn’t aware of. This course allowed me to explore each domain. Throughout my clinical placements in third and fourth year, I’m really hoping that I will find a particular area that really interests me. After I graduate, I would love to work within the hospital system.” LOUISA XIE Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) PHYSIOTHERAPY One of the most in-demand health care professions. Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) Prepare to flourish in one of the most versatile and in-demand health care professions.

A degree in physiotherapy prepares you to work independently or as part of a team of health care professionals. You’ll receive intensive training in relevant clinical environments such as public and private hospitals, health centres, rehabilitation centres and private practices, and the chance to study with expert physiotherapists and leading researchers.

You’ll gain the skills to practise as a physiotherapist, using exercise, movement analysis, manual therapy and specialist techniques to restore, improve and promote health. Degree awarded Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in two of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics or Physics. IB English: A score of at least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL.

Science: At least 4 in Standard Level (SL) or 3 in Higher Level (HL) in two of: Biology, Chemistry, Further Mathematics (HL only), Mathematics or Physics. CAREER OPTIONS Public health, private practice, sports physiotherapy, rehabilitation, paediatrics, research. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Physiotherapy 4 E:94 E:36 TBA ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements.

You’ll also be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. Specialist course Professionally accredited Peninsula 4 years February COURSE CODE: M3002 FA S T FA C T S P H Y S I O T H E R A P Y 77 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 76 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Indigenous pathway PUBLIC HEALTH Pursue a variety of public health career paths. Bachelor of Public Health Public health focuses on populations and communities rather than individuals, from promoting good health, through to preventing disease and managing illness and disability. This course builds on your interest in health and human development. It focuses on developing, implementing and evaluating programs and policies to promote health and prevent disease and injury, as well as undertaking public health research. It has a global orientation, examining both Australian and international health challenges.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Public Health. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 & 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 & 4: a study score of at least 22 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics, or a score of at least 25 in Further Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 4 in Math Studies SL.

CAREER OPTIONS Health promotion, disease prevention, clinical research, practice and policy, health planning and management, non- government organisations, government services, social work.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Bachelor of Public Health 3 75.50 26 70 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Specialist course Caulfield 3 years February PSYCHOLOGY For those with a passion for understanding human cognition and behaviour.

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Designed for those with a passion for understanding human cognition and behaviour, this course provides a comprehensive education in human psychology – from normal to abnormal psychology, and from the genetic/molecular level to the individual and group-behavioural level. The study of human psychology is ever-growing and changing, and our program provides you with the latest thinking on our understanding of the human brain, thought and behaviour. The knowledge gained in this course will lay the groundwork for you to make your own scientific discoveries, help to promote mental health, and to influence how those in the community think about mental health and the workings of the human mind.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. CAREER OPTIONS Clinical psychology, educational psychology, organisational psychology, protective services, health services, social services, research, human resources and management. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Psychology (Honours) 4 85.45 31 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Students must normally complete 144 credit points and achieve a minimum of a distinction average (70 per cent) in PSY3041, PSY3051, PSY3032 and PSY3062 in order to proceed to the fourth year of study. Students who successfully complete the first three years (144 points) of the course but don’t meet the academic standard hurdle for the fourth year will graduate with the Bachelor of Psychological Science. You may then apply for other fourth-year psychology programs at Monash, in particular the Graduate Diploma in Professional Psychology or the Graduate Diploma in Psychology Advanced.

Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 4 years February COURSE CODE: M3005 COURSE CODE: M2012 FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S P U B L I C H E A LT H P S YC H O L O GY 78 79 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

RADIOGRAPHY AND MEDICAL IMAGING We link the classroom and the clinical workplace, ensuring that Monash graduates are job-ready. Bachelor of Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) This degree is designed to develop expert skills to become a registered radiographer, enabling patient diagnosis and management by using X-rays – including CT scanning, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – to create diagnostic images for analysis and interpretation.

Radiographers are also responsible for implementing best-practice imaging protocols. The program is designed to allow closely related integration between the classroom and the clinical workplace.

The practical skills you acquire will be reinforced by placements in a variety of clinical institutions, from Victorian rural and regional hospitals, to metropolitan Melbourne hospitals and private radiology practices, including limited interstate placements. Completing the course qualifies you to apply for registration as a radiographer with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia. As a graduate, you’ll also be able to apply for a Statement of Accreditation from the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy. Degree awarded Bachelor of Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours).

Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Biology or Physics. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. Science: At least 4 in Physics or Biology SL or 3 in Physics or Biology HL. CAREER OPTIONS Radiography, sonography, nuclear medicine, public health, private practice. Enrolment requirements Non-school-leavers and current Monash students will be required to submit a supplementary form.

Extra requirements Upon enrolment you’ll be asked to comply with the mandatory immunisation requirements in readiness for clinical/fieldwork placements, and be required to obtain a National Police Records Check (annual requirement) and a Working with Children Check. You’ll also need to undertake a level one first aid course (including CPR) before undertaking clinical placements. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) 4 E:94 E:39 92 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Specialist course Professionally accredited Clayton 4 years February RADIATION SCIENCES Combine science and technology with health and patient care, and start your journey to becoming a registered radiation therapist with our Bachelor of Radiation Sciences. Bachelor of Radiation Sciences Radiation therapy is an exciting and engaging health care field that uses ionising radiations for the treatment of cancer and benign conditions. The equipment used is increasingly sophisticated, and a comprehensive knowledge of its function, operation and computer interfacing is fundamental. Studying Radiation Sciences at Monash will enable you to combine scientific and technical knowledge with studies in health and patient care, and prepare you to enter an 18-month graduate master’s program in radiation therapy.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Radiation Therapy. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics, or a score of at least 30 in Further Mathematics. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 5 in Math Studies SL.

CAREER OPTIONS Challenging and fulfilling opportunities await those who successfully complete the program.

There’s an increasing demand for adaptable radiation therapists in response to the ageing population, expansion of services in regional Australia, and organic growth of the industry. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Radiation Therapy 3 83.75 30 75 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Specialist course Clayton, Caulfield 3 years February Indigenous pathway “My studies in the Bachelor of Radiation Sciences will allow me to apply for the Masters of Radiation Therapy, which will help me qualify as a radiation therapist.

Once I have finished my studies at Monash, I hope to go on and work inside a radiotherapy center in a major hospital or treatment center and help people in their fight against cancer.” SEAN FINN Bachelor of Radiation Sciences COURSE CODE: M2013 COURSE CODE: M3006 FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S PA G E N A M E R A D I O G R A P H Y A N D M E D I C A L I M A G I N G R A D I AT I O N S C I E N C E S 81 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 80 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE Drug discovery biology | Formulation science | Medicinal chemistry Research and develop more effective treatments. Acquire the skills to improve human health by researching and developing more reliable, accessible and effective treatments. Learn about the chemistry, biology, biomedicine and delivery technology of medicines, and gain the hands- on technical and professional skills that enable you to put your knowledge to work in practice. Our strong relationships with industry ensure you’ll graduate equipped for a successful career in one of Victoria’s fastest-growing sectors: pharmaceuticals and biomedical research.

The first two years provide you with cross- disciplinary knowledge and the key skills relevant to pharmaceutical science. In your third year, you’ll be able to select a specialisation. A research or industry placement in the last semester of the course will give you an insight into real-world applications of your studies and prepare you for the next step, be that employment or further studies. Degree awarded Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. Science: At least 4 in Chemistry SL or 3 in Chemistry HL. DOUBLE DEGREES Engineering (Honours) * Double degree only offered with chemical engineering specialisation.

CAREER OPTIONS Biomedical research, biotechnology, clinical trials, drug analysis, pharmaceutical industry, regulatory affairs, toxicology.

Specialist course Parkville 3 years February ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Pharmaceutical Science 3 84 30 75 Double degrees with Engineering (Honours)* 5 92.15 34 86 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). *Only available with chemical engineering specialisation. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites.

Specialisations Drug discovery biology This focuses on the biomedical science and pharmacology of drug discovery. You’ll learn about the biotechnological aspects of drug design that lead to: > > discovering and evaluating new targets for testing drugs > > investigating the biological effects of drug candidates > > translating outcomes into pharmaceutical products. You’ll develop expert knowledge of biological drug targets and their modulation by different types of active drug compounds, a dynamic at the core of innovative drug discoveries. Formulation science Formulation science enables you to understand the principles of making finished products from a blend of individual ingredients.

Drawing on the pharmaceutical industry, you’ll learn to apply the same principles to industry-relevant problems in other areas of formulation science, such as consumer products and cosmetics.

Medicinal chemistry Medicinal chemistry represents the intersection of biology and chemistry, and involves the development of pharmaceutical agents from conception through to their clinical use. You’ll study how drugs work, and how they’re designed and made. By applying the principles and techniques of organic chemistry, medicinal chemists discover and develop compounds that prevent, treat or cure disease. PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES COURSE CODE: P2001 FA S T FA C T S P H A R M A C E U T I C A L S C I E N C E 83 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 82 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE ADVANCED Drug discovery biology | Formulation science | Medicinal chemistry Equip yourself for a research career with a global leader.

Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours) This advanced version of the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science has been tailored for high-achieving students. It culminates in an honours year that gives you the chance to undertake original research, under the guidance of researchers, from one of the world’s leading institutes of pharmaceutical sciences. You’ll learn how to develop reliable, accessible and effective medicinal products, and translate new drug targets into treatments for patients. You’ll begin by developing your understanding of the foundations of pharmaceutical science.

In your third year, you'll choose a specialisation. This specialisation year includes an extended placement in one of the pharmaceutical research groups.

Our strong relationships with industry ensure you’ll graduate ready for a successful career in one of Victoria’s fastest-growing sectors: pharmaceuticals and biomedical research. Degree awarded Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry.

IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL.

Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. Science: At least 4 in Chemistry SL or 3 in Chemistry HL. CAREER OPTIONS Biomedical research, biotechnology, clinical trials, drug analysis, pharmaceutical industry, regulatory affairs, toxicology, academia, research and development. Specialisations Drug discovery biology This focuses on the biomedical science and pharmacology of drug discovery. You’ll learn about the biotechnological aspects of drug design that lead to: > > discovering and evaluating new targets for testing drugs > > investigating the biological effects of drug candidates > > translating outcomes into pharmaceutical products.

You’ll develop expert knowledge of biological drug targets and their modulation by different types of active drug compounds, a dynamic at the core of innovative drug discoveries. Formulation science Formulation science enables you to understand the principles of making finished products from a blend of individual ingredients. Drawing on the pharmaceutical industry, you’ll learn to apply the same principles to industry-relevant problems in other areas of formulation science, such as consumer products and cosmetics.

Medicinal chemistry Medicinal chemistry represents the intersection of biology and chemistry, and involves the development of pharmaceutical agents from conception through to their clinical use. You’ll study how drugs work, and how they’re designed and made. By applying the principles and techniques of organic chemistry, medicinal chemists discover and develop compounds that prevent, treat or cure disease. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours) 4 90 33 84 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Specialist course Parkville 4 years February “Learning from world-leading researchers has been an incredible experience. I had the opportunity to spend 12 weeks working on a therapy to improve cancer patients’ quality of life. On campus, there’s a strong sense of community and support. The course is focused on career development, providing students with job and people-essential skills to enter the workforce.” ILENIA DI STEFANO Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science COURSE CODE: P3002 FA S T FA C T S P H A R M A C E U T I C A L S C I E N C E A DVA N C E D 85 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 84 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

“The training that we receive from Monash is second to none. The faculty places strong emphasis on communication because as pharmacists we need to be coherent and concise when delivering important information about medication to patients and other health care professionals. We also have workshops that provide a safe space to not only ask questions and receive feedback, but to close the loop on the content that was covered in the lectures, and this serves to reinforce understanding.” DANSON MURIMI Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and Master of Pharmacy PHARMACY Help build healthier communities.

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and Master of Pharmacy The world needs pharmacists. As the experts in medicines, pharmacists play a vital role in improving the health of their communities. The global population is growing larger and getting older, and medicines are becoming more complex. This means the need for skilled pharmacists will only intensify. Monash has long been considered the leading pharmacy program in Australia. In 2017 we were named No.2 in the world, with only Harvard in the US ranking higher. In part, this is because we believe the world doesn’t just deserve more pharmacists; it deserves better pharmacists.

That’s why in 2017 we launched an innovative course: the combined Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons)/Master of Pharmacy. The first of its kind in Australia, this bachelor's/master's double degree means our graduates will go out into the world equipped not only with knowledge but also with the skills needed to improve health care. You’ll learn about how the body works, how medicines work, what pharmacists do, and how to provide comprehensive care as part of a team of health professionals. You’ll practise this during experiential placements in community pharmacies, hospitals and other health care settings, mentored by some of the best practitioners in Australia and the world.

Same duration, higher qualification The pathway to registration as a pharmacist in Australia generally takes five years. Traditionally, this has been structured as a four-year bachelor degree plus a one-year paid internship. At Monash, our program takes the same amount of time, but instead you’ll earn two degrees – a bachelor’s and a master’s. And when you arrange your (paid) internship, this will be supported by the network of our prestigious Intern Foundation Program and Intern Training Program. This intensive combination of learning and working prepares you for registration as a pharmacist and opens doors to you in a wide variety of pharmacy fields.

For Australian students, the entire program, including the master’s year, is subsidised by the government, so fees are lower. Scholars Program We acknowledge high-achieving students by offering access to our Scholars Program. This provides exclusive learning opportunities, including: > > extra academic and professional mentoring from pharmacy graduates > > leadership training through the ambassador program > > a dean’s scholarship. Degree awarded Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and Master of Pharmacy.

Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL.

Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in Chemistry. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. Maths: At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL. Science: At least 4 in Chemistry SL or 3 in Chemistry HL.

CAREER OPTIONS Community pharmacy, government, hospital pharmacy, pharmaceutical industry, public health, regulatory bodies, research and clinical trials. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Pharmacy and Master of Pharmacy 5 90.10 33 84 Pharmacy and Master of Pharmacy (Scholars Program) 5 98 40 NA ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Specialist course Professionally accredited Parkville 5 years February Extra requirements Because pharmacists are health professionals, they are required to have some additional safeguards in place to protect themselves and the patients with whom they work.

Our experiential placements in community pharmacies and hospital settings begin in year one, by which time all students must: > > satisfy the immunisation requirements specified by the faculty > > hold a valid Working with Children Check (one time) > > complete a National Police Records Check (annually).

COURSE CODE: P6001 FA S T FA C T S P H A R M A CY 87 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 86 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

SCIENCE Offering choice and depth across a huge range of science disciplines, you’ll graduate with a degree tailored to your interests and career aspirations. Bachelor of Science Study science at Monash and learn from leading experts whose research is influencing the world’s future. We offer a choice of 24 majors, and extended majors and minors, to provide you with a broad education and allowing you to explore your interests before specialising in one or two areas that most inspire you.

Your science experience at Monash will take place in the latest dynamic teaching and learning spaces designed with you in mind, including: > > a new chemistry building > > an innovative teaching facility for physics and astronomy > > purpose-built spaces for the study of maths, biology and earth, atmosphere and environment > > a science-student-only lounge > > on-campus outdoor classrooms, such as the new Earth Sciences Garden and the Jock Marshall Reserve.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Science. Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL. Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. IB English: At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL. Science: At least 4 at Standard Level (SL) or 3 at Higher Level (HL) in one of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies (SL only), Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

DOUBLE DEGREES > > Arts > > Biomedical Science > > Commerce > > Computer Science > > Education (Honours) > > Engineering (Honours)* > > Global Studies > > Information Technology > > Laws (Honours) > > Music *  This double degree isn’t available with all specialisations; see monash.edu/study for full details.

CAREER OPTIONS Biochemistry, genetics, forensic science, weather and climate science, business/ finance analysis, environmental geoscience, industrial physics, food chemistry, biomedical, finance industries. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash# Guarantee Course Science 3 85 31 75# Double degrees with Arts 4 85.05 31 75 Biomedical Science 4 95.05 37 88 Commerce 4 91.10 34 86 Computer Science 4 85.50 31 75 Education (Honours) Primary Education 4.25 E:85+RC E:31+RC 75+RC Secondary Education 86.90+RC 31+RC 75+RC Engineering (Honours)* 5 92 34 86 Global Studies 4 90.15 33 85 Information Technology 4 85.35 31 75 Laws (Honours) 5.25 98 40 94 Music 4 E:85+RC E:31+RC 75 RC ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

RC – Range of criteria. *Not available with all specialisations. For double degree courses you must meet the prerequisites for both courses. See page 98 for a full list of double degree prerequisites. # This guarantee does not apply to the Laws pathway, which requires an ATAR of 90+. Science subject bonus If you’re studying more than one eligible science subject in Year 12, you may qualify for subject bonus. This could improve your ranking and eligibility into the course.

Science law pathway If you want to study law and identify as an Indigenous Australian, live in a low socio- economic area or have experienced financial hardship, you could be eligible for the Bachelor of Science Laws Pathway. See page 16 for more information. Comprehensive course Indigenous pathway Clayton 3 years February and July SCIENCE COURSE CODE: S2000 Laws pathway FA S T FA C T S S C I E N C E 89 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 88 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

SCIENCE ADVANCED– RESEARCH Make a difference in the world through the advancement of scientific research.

Bachelor of Science Advanced – Research (Honours) This course is a four-year advanced version of the Bachelor of Science for high-achieving students who intend to pursue careers as research scientists. The degree allows you to progress more quickly to higher-level units; gives you more flexibility in your choice of units; and provides opportunities to participate in research, embedded in a Monash research team. With access to exclusive enrichment programs and research mentoring by leading scientists, your career as a scientist will take off. You’ll be studying in our new Science Advanced- student-only common room, learning from academics conducting inspiring research.

And you’ll graduate with an advanced degree from one of Australia’s leading science faculties. On completion of this course you may be eligible to apply directly into a PhD.

Degree awarded Bachelor of Science Advanced – Research (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL. Maths: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in Mathematical Methods (any). Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in two of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. Maths: At least 5 in Mathematics SL or 4 in Mathematics HL or 4 in Further Mathematics HL.

Science: At least 5 in Standard Level (SL) or 4 in Higher Level (HL) in two of: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies (SL only), Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

Note: Mathematics or Further Mathematics can only be used if not counted towards the maths prerequisite. CAREER OPTIONS Medical research, academia, nuclear physics, space science, earth sciences, research and development management, optical physics, biostatistics/data analysis, biomedical sciences. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Science Advanced – Research (Honours) 4 95 37 90 ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E).

Comprehensive course Clayton 4 years February and July SCIENCE ADVANCED– GLOBAL CHALLENGES The first degree of its kind in Australia, pushing the boundaries of science to solve the world’s biggest challenges: climate change, conflict, obesity and an ageing population. Bachelor of Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) The Bachelor of Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) includes all the elements of a Bachelor of Science, and much more. In addition to studying the scientific discipline of your choice – from the broad range available in science – you’ll receive high-level training in leadership, persuasive communication, entrepreneurship, policy, ethics and corporate social responsibility.

The pinnacle of your experience will be a year-long project in which you’ll tackle a problem of real-world significance. Mentored by successful external leaders, you’ll work in small teams to develop innovations and solutions to approach an issue from scientific, policy, social and business perspectives. If you love science, and you’re curious, adventurous, creative and prepared to challenge the status quo, then this course is for you. Degree awarded Bachelor of Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours). Prerequisite studies VCE English: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL.

Science: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in one of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. IB English: At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL. Science: At least 5 in Standard Level (SL) or 4 in Higher Level (HL) in one of: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies (SL only), Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. CAREER OPTIONS Entrepreneurship, policymaking, corporate social responsibility, consultancy, business, government and non-government organisations.

Selection requirements You’ll be required to complete a written submission and, if shortlisted, attend an interview in person. For further information, visit monash. edu/admissions/personal-statements ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Duration (years) Indicative^ ATAR Indicative^ IB score Monash Guarantee Course Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) 4 E:90+RC E:33+RC 85+RC ^ The scores provided are to be used as a guide only, and are either the lowest selection rank to which an offer was made in 2018 or an Estimate (E). Comprehensive course Interview Supplementary Information Form + Clayton 4 years February COURSE CODE: S3001 COURSE CODE: S3002 FA S T FA C T S FA S T FA C T S S C I E N C E A DVA N C E D – R E S E A R C H S C I E N C E A DVA N C E D – G L O B A L C H A L L E N G E S 90 91 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

How to apply Semester 1 entry – apply through VTAC If you’re aiming for semester 1 entry into undergraduate courses at Monash, you must apply via the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) at vtac.edu.au, unless specified in this course guide. VTAC applications open in August each year. Semester 2 entry – apply to Monash University If you're applying for mid-year entry (April, July or October intakes), you must apply directly to Monash. monash.edu/admissions/apply/online Requirements To apply for undergraduate courses, you need to meet Monash’s entry and course-specific requirements, as well as the English language minimum prerequisites.

Some parts of these, such as VCE study scores and extra requirements, are subject to change, so check the Monash website for the most up-to-date information on the course for which you’re applying.

study.monash/courses Deferment At Monash, you’ll generally be offered deferment of an offered place for up to one academic year, unless you intend to study elsewhere. In that case, the faculty will decide whether your deferment is appropriate. Deferment for longer than a year may be considered in exceptional circumstances. Applications for deferment need to be made on the Web Enrolment System or on a Deferment Application Form and lodged with the relevant faculty before the end of the specified enrolment time.

monash.edu/get-started Fees In the Australian higher education system, Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or holders of an Australian permanent visa are classified as domestic students.

Monash University offers eligible domestic students* a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). The Australian government requires students in a CSP to contribute to the cost of their education. This means that students pay a proportion of the cost of their course (through a Student Contribution Amount) and the government funds the balance. The indicative Student Contribution Amounts for course commencement in 2018 can be found online at study.monash/courses; 2019 fees will differ. Students enrolled at Monash University are also required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee. monash.edu/fees Entry schemes and pathway programs See pages 15 and 16 to find out if you could be eligible.

ADMISSIONS AND APPLICATIONS MAJORS AND MINORS Earth and environmental sciences Extended major Major Minor Atmospheric science n n Environmental science n Earth science n n n Geographical science n n n Mathematical and computational sciences Applied mathematics n n Computational science n n n Financial and insurance mathematics n Mathematical statistics n n n Mathematics n n n Pure mathematics n n Physics and Chemical Sciences Astrophysics n n n Chemistry n n n Materials Science n n Physics n n n Biological and life sciences Extended major Major Minor Ecology and conservation biology n n n Environmental science n Genetics n n n Plant sciences n n Zoology n n Biomedical and behavioural sciences Biochemistry n n n Developmental biology n n Human pathology n Immunology n n n Microbiology n n n Molecular biology n Pharmacology n n Physiology n n Psychology n n n “I enjoy my Monash Science degree for its practicality, from the content we learn, to labs and fieldwork.

Many of my units have a real conscience – we don’t just learn the theory; there’s a big focus on how we can use it to do good in the world. The degree’s flexibility lets you discover and pursue your interests. If it weren’t for Monash, I wouldn’t have realised my lifelong dream of going on a dinosaur dig.” ASTRID DUNKLEY Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts SCIENCE 93 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 92 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 94) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash Guarantee Page English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE Architectural Design I 5 ■ Bachelor of Architectural Design and Master of Architecture CA 80 28 75 21 Design I 3 ■ Bachelor of Communication Design CA E:75 E:26 70 22 Bachelor of Industrial Design Bachelor of Spatial Design Bachelor of Collaborative Design Fine Art I 3 ■ Bachelor of Art History and Curating CA 78 28 75 24 Bachelor of Fine Art CA E:70+RC E:25+ RC 70 RC Bachelor of Visual Arts (only available as part of a double degree) CA2 See page 98 for double degree entry requirements ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Arts M I L 3 ■ Bachelor of Arts (see page 28 for majors available) CA CL 76.15 81 26 28 75# 27 Criminology 3 ■ Bachelor of Criminology CL E:75 E:26 70 29 Global Studies 3 ■ Bachelor of Global Studies CL 90.05 33 85 30 Media Communication 3 ■ Bachelor of Media Communication CA 80.05 28 75 32 Music 3 ■ Bachelor of Music CL E:70+RC E:25+RC 70 RC 34 BUSINESS Business I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business (see page 37 for majors available) CA 82.05 28 75 37 Business Administration I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business Administration PE 71.25 25 70 38 Business Specialist 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Accounting CA 82.95 29 75 40 Bachelor of Banking and Finance CA 82.75 29 75 2 ■ ■ Bachelor of International Business4 City 81.05 29 75 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Marketing CA 83.40 29 75 Commerce 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce (see page 41 for majors available) CL 90.35 33 86# 41 Commerce Specialist 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Actuarial Science CL 91.40 34 86 43 Bachelor of Economics 90 34 86 Bachelor of Finance E:90 E:33 86 EDUCATION Education I 4.253 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Years and Primary Education PE 75.30+RC 26+RC 70+RC 45 Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education PE 75.30+RC 26+RC 70+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Education CL 78.20+RC 28+RC 70+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education CL E:75+RC E:26+RC 70+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education PE 75.95+RC 27+RC 70+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Health and Physical Education 76.35+RC 27+RC 70+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education (studied as part of a double degree) CL See page 98 for double degree entry requirements 1.  Duration is based on a standard full-time load of 48 credit points per annum.

2.  Study at other campuses may be required depending on your choice of double degree. 3.  The Bachelor of Education is an accelerated course where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in Year 2 and/or Year 3 in order to complete the course in four calendar years.

4.  This course is an accelerated course, where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in order to complete the course in two calendar years. ^ Indicative – The provided score is the 2018 lowest ATAR to which an offer was made. # – This Guarantee does not apply to the Law Pathway which requires an ATAR of 90+. RC – Range of Criteria. E – Estimated: the provided score is estimated and is to be used as a guide only. CL –Clayton. CA – Caulfield. PE – Peninsula. PA – Parkville. M Master's accelerated pathway I Indigenous entry pathway L Law pathway UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ATA GLANCE Art, Design and Architecture95 Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

95 Business95 Education95 Engineering96 Information Technology 96 Laws96  Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences96 Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences97 Science97 Pathway programs If you don’t quite meet the entry requirements for your choice of course at Monash then you may be able to apply for one of our diploma pathway programs.

These diplomas are designed to give you the skills and qualifications to gain entry into a range of degree courses. Pathway programs Duration (Years)1 English Level 1 Location Page Diploma of Higher Education 1 ■ Clayton 16  Diploma of Tertiary Studies Business 1 ■ Peninsula Education Nursing monash.edu/admissions Academic prerequisite subjects All Monash undergraduate courses require you to have previously studied and achieved required standards in certain specified subjects. The table below outlines the requirements, and the course listing tells you which categories apply to each course.

Note that some courses have special requirements such as folios, special admissions tests or interviews. Make sure you check if this applies to your course of choice in the courses section of this guide. English Mathematics Science ■ Level 1 ■ Level 2 ■ Level 1 ■ Level 2 ■ Level 3 ■ Science approved list* VCE Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion in 2 units (any combination) of General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 22 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics, or a score of at least 25 in Further Mathematics Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Science approved list, unless otherwise stated IB At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL At least 3 in any mathematics subject At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 4 in Math Studies SL At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL At least 4 at Standard Level (SL) or 3 at Higher Level (HL) in Science approved list unless otherwise stated * Science approved list: VCE: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

IB (SL or HL): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies, Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. U N D E RG R A D U AT E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E Q U I C K F I N D 94 95 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 94) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash Guarantee Page English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified MEDICINE, NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCE (CONTINUED) Paramedicine I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Paramedicine PE 75.3 26 70 75 Physiotherapy 4 ■ Two of Biology, Chemistry, Maths Methods (any), Specialist Maths or Physics Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) PE E:94 E:33 TBA 76 Psychology 4 ■ Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) CL 85.45 31 75 78 Public Health I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Public Health CA 75.5 26 70 79 Radiation Sciences I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Radiation Sciences CL6 83.75 30 75 80 Radiography and Medical Imaging 4 ■ ■ Biology or physics Bachelor of Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) CL E:94 E:39 92 81 PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES Pharmaceutical Science 3 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science PA 84 30 75 83 Pharmaceutical Science Advanced 4 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours) 90 33 84 85 Pharmacy 5 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and Master of Pharmacy 90.10 33 84 86 Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) (Scholars Program) and Master of Pharmacy 98 40 NA SCIENCE Science I L 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Science (see page 92 for majors) CL 85 31 75# 89 Science Advanced – Global Challenges 4 ■ A study score of at least 30 in one Science approved list Bachelor of Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) (see page 92 for majors) E:90+ RC E:33+ RC 85+RC 90 Science Advanced – Research 4 ■ 30+ in Maths Methods A study score of at least 30 in two of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology Bachelor of Science Advanced – Research (Honours) (See page 92 for majors) 95 37 90 91 M Master's accelerated pathway I Indigenous entry pathway L Law pathway ^ Indicative – The provided score is the 2018 lowest ATAR to which an offer was made.

RC – Range of Criteria.

# – This Guarantee does not apply to the Laws pathway which requires an ATAR of 90+ E – Estimated: the provided score is estimated and is to be used as a guide only. CL –Clayton. CA – Caulfield. PE – Peninsula. PA – Parkville. *  Science approved list: VCE: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. IB (SL or HL): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies, Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 94) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash Guarantee Page English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified ENGINEERING Engineering M 4 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) CL 91.05 34 86 49 Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Resources Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) Bachelor's Honours/Master's Pathway CL 94.10 36 88 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Computer Science 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Computer Science CL 84.10 30 75 55 Bachelor of Computer Science in Data Science Computer Science Advanced 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours) 95.15 37 90 57 Information Technology I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Information Technology (see page 59 for majors) 80 28 75 58 LAWS Laws 4.252 ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) CL 98 40 94 61 MEDICINE, NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCE Biomedical Science 3 ■ ■ or 25+ in Physics 25+ in Chemistry Bachelor of Biomedical Science CL 92 34 88 65 35 + in Math Methods or Specialist Maths or Physics 35 + in Chemistry for VCE Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Scholars Program) 98.55 41 NA Health Sciences I 3 ■ Bachelor of Health Sciences CA 74.45 26 70 67 Medicine 5 ■ 30+ in Chemistry Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine CL RC RC 94 +UMAT conditions apply 68 Nursing I 3 ■ ■ Bachelor of Nursing CL 75.30 26 70 70 PE 70.50 25 Bachelor of Nursing (Scholars Program) CL, PE E:90+ E:33+ NA Nursing and Midwifery 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours) PE 85.15 31 80 72 Nutrition Science 3 ■ Chemistry or Biology Bachelor of Nutrition Science CL 75.25 26 70 73 Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Scholars Program) 90.35 33 NA Occupational Therapy I 4 ■ Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) PE 82.50 29 78 74 1.  Duration is based on a standard full-time load of 48 credit points per annum.

2.  The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is an accelerated course where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in Year 2 and/or Year 3 in order to complete the course in four calendar years.

3.  The Bachelor of Education is an accelerated course where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in Year 2 and/or Year 3 in order to complete the course in four calendar years. 4.  The first three semesters of this course you will study on the Monash Caulfield campus. After this, you will study the remainder on the Monash Peninsula campus. 5.  The first three semesters of this course you will study on the Monash Caulfield campus. After this, you will study the remainder on the Monash Clayton campus. 6. First part of study commences in Caulfield, and then moves to Clayton.

M Master's accelerated pathway I Indigenous entry pathway L Law pathway U N D E RG R A D U AT E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E U N D E RG R A D U AT E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E 96 97 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 98) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash guarantee English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified Design / Business 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Communication Design and Bachelor of Business CA 85.80 31 75 Bachelor of Industrial Design and Bachelor of Business Design / Information Technology 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Communication Design and Bachelor of Information Technology CL, CA 86 31 75 Bachelor of Industrial Design and Bachelor of Information Technology Design / Media Communication 4 ■ Bachelor of Communication Design and Bachelor of Media Communication CA 82.05 29 75 Education / Arts† 4.25 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Arts CL 83.25+RC 30+RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Arts 82.05+RC Education / Business 4.252 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Business CL, CA 83.95+RC 30+RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Business 82.75+RC Education / Commerce 4.252 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Commerce CL E:90+ RC E:33+ RC 86+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Commerce Education / Fine Art 4.252 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Visual Arts CL, CA E:82+ RC E:29+ RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Visual Arts 82.70+ RC 30+RC Education / Information Technology 4.252 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Information Technology CL E:82+ RC E:29+ RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Information Technology Education / Music 4.252 ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Music CL E:82+ RC E:29+ RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Music Education / Science 4.252 ■ ■ ■ Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education and Bachelor of Science CL E:85+ RC E:31+ RC 75+RC Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education and Bachelor of Science 86.90+ RC 31+RC Engineering / Architectural Design 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Architectural Design CL, CA 92 34 86 Engineering / Arts† 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts CL E:92+ E:35+ 86 Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts Engineering / Biomedical Science 5 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science CL 95 37 88 Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science ^ Indicative – The provided score is the 2018 lowest ATAR to which an offer was made.

RC – Range of Criteria. E – Estimated: the provided score is estimated and is to be used as a guide only. CL –Clayton. CA – Caulfield. PE – Peninsula. PA – Parkville. † Depending upon your Arts major you may take the Arts component at Clayton or Caulfield. *  Science approved list: VCE: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

IB (SL or HL): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies, Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. DOUBLE DEGREE COURSES AT A GLANCE Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 98) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash guarantee English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified Arts / Fine Art † 4 ■ Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Visual Arts CA 76.10 27 75 Arts / Music † 4 ■ Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music CL E:81+RC E:31+RC 75+RC Business / Arts † 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Arts CA 83.60 30 75 Business / Business Specialist 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Accounting CA 84.05 30 75 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Banking and Finance CA 85 31 75 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of International Business CA 83.65 30 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Marketing CA 83.70 30 Business / Information Technology 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Information Technology CL, CA 84 30 Business / Media Communication 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Media Communication CA 83.05 30 Business Specialist / Arts † 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Accounting and Bachelor of Arts CA 85.15 31 75 Bachelor of Banking and Finance and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Marketing and Bachelor of Arts Commerce / Arts † 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts CL 92.50 35 86 Commerce / Biomedical Science 4 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Biomedical Science CL 95.10 37 88 Commerce / Commerce Specialist 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Actuarial Science CL 93.90 36 86 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics 92 34 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Finance 92 34 Commerce / Computer Science 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Computer Science CL 91.70 34 86 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Computer Science in Data Science Commerce / Global Studies 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Global Studies CL 92.95 35 86 Commerce / Information Technology 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Information Technology CL 91.50 34 86 Commerce / Music 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Music CL E:90+RC E:33+RC 86 RC Commerce / Science 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science CL 91.10 34 86 1.

Duration is based on a standard full time load of 48 credit points per annum. 2.  The Bachelor of Education is an accelerated course where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in year 2 and/or year 3 in order to complete the course in four calendar years.

English Mathematics Science ■ Level 1 ■ Level 2 ■ Level 1 ■ Level 2 ■ Level 3 ■ Science approved list* VCE Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English other than EAL Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in English other than EAL Units 1 and 2: satisfactory completion in 2 units (any combination) of General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 22 in Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics, or a score of at least 25 in Further Mathematics Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Mathematical Methods (any) or Specialist Mathematics Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Science approved list, unless otherwise stated IB At least 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in English B SL or 4 in English B HL At least 5 in English SL or 4 in English HL or 6 in English B SL or 5 in English B HL At least 3 in any mathematics subject At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL or 4 in Math Studies SL At least 4 in Mathematics SL or 3 in Mathematics HL or 3 in Further Mathematics HL At least 4 at Standard Level (SL) or 3 at Higher Level (HL) in Science approved list unless otherwise stated * Science approved list: VCE: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

IB (SL or HL): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies, Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. D O U B L E D E G R E E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E D O U B L E D E G R E E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E 98 99 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

1. Duration is based on a standard full-time load of 48 credit points per annum. 3.  The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is an accelerated course where you will be required to undertake more than the Standard Annual Load of 48 credit points in year 2 and/or year 3 in order to complete the course in four calendar years. ^ Indicative – The provided score is the 2018 lowest ATAR to which an offer was made. † Depending upon your Arts major you may take the Arts component at Clayton or Caulfield. RC – Range of Criteria. E – Estimated: the provided score is estimated and is to be used as a guide only.

CL –Clayton. CA – Caulfield. PE – Peninsula. PA – Parkville.* Science approved list: VCE: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematical Methods (any), Specialist Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

IB (SL or HL): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Societies, Further Mathematics (HL only), Geography, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 98) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash guarantee English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified Engineering / Commerce 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce CL 92 34 86 Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor Commerce Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce Engineering / Computer Science 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Computer Science CL 92.25 34 86 Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Computer Science Engineering / Design 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Industrial Design CL, CA 92.40 35 86 Engineering / Information Technology 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology CL E:92+ E:35+ 86 Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology Engineering / Pharmaceutical Science 5 ■ ■ Chemistry Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science CL, PA 92.15 34 86 Engineering / Science 5 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science CL 92 34 86 Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Science Fine Art / Business 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Business CA E:82+ E:29+ 75 Fine Art / Information Technology 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Information Technology CL, CA E:80+ E:28+ 75 Information Technology / Arts † 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Arts CL 81.70 29 75 Information Technology / Science 4 ■ Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Science CL 85.35 31 75 Laws / Arts † 5.253 ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts CL 98 40 94 Laws / Biomedical Science 5.253 ■ ■ or 25+ in Physics Chemistry Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science CL 98 40 94 Laws / Commerce 5.253 ■ ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce CL 98 40 94 Course Duration (Years) 1 Prerequisites (refer to table on page 98) Degree awarded Location Indicative ^ ATAR Indicative ^ IB score Monash guarantee English Mathematics Science Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Approved list or specified Laws / Engineering 6.253 ■ ■ Chemistry or Physics Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) CL 98 40 94 Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Materials Engineering (Honours) Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) Laws / Global Studies 5.253 ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Global Studies CL 98 40 94 Laws / Music 5.253 ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Music CL E:98+RC E:40+RC 94 RC Laws / Science 5.253 ■ ■ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Science CL 98 40 94 Nursing / Midwifery 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours) PE 85.15 31 80 Science / Arts † 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts CL 85.05 31 75 Science / Biomedical Science 4 ■ ■ or 25+ in Physics Chemistry Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Biomedical Science CL 95.05 37 88 Science / Computer Science 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computer Science CL 85.50 31 75 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computer Science in Data Science Science / Global Studies 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Global Studies CL 90.15 33 85 Science / Music 4 ■ ■ Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Music CL E:85+RC E:31+RC 75 RC D O U B L E D E G R E E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E D O U B L E D E G R E E C O U R S E S AT A G L A N C E 100 101 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

Graduate courses Further study completed after you graduate with a bachelor’s degree. Elective A unit where you choose what unit to study. The choice may be from a specified list of units or it may be a free elective where you can choose any unit within Monash providing you have the necessary entry requirements and there are no restrictions on enrolment in the unit. Specialist course A structured course usually focused on developing the knowledge and skills needed for professional practice in a specific field or profession. Specialisation Taken in specialist courses, a specialisation is a minimum of 12 units in a particular discipline, and provides an in-depth education in your chosen field.

You must choose your specialisation when you enrol. Honours Honours may be an extra year of study at the end of your undergraduate degree. All of our four-year undergraduate courses include honours in their structure.

Universities use some words you might not be familiar with. So to make sure nothing is lost in translation, we’ve put together a list of explanations. Undergraduate course The first level of tertiary studies at university, including diploma or bachelor degree courses. Comprehensive course These courses allow you to select from a wide range of subjects within a broad field of study. You have the option to choose your major immediately or later, and you’ll try a range of subjects in your first year before narrowing your focus in year two – while still having the opportunity to try new things – before finally committing to your major area of study.

Major The main area(s) of study chosen in a comprehensive course, study in a single discipline, totalling 48 credit points (eight units) taken sequentially over three years. You don’t need to declare your major when you enrol. Extended major An extended version of your major requiring you to study 72 credit points (12 units) over three years. Minor Study in a single discipline, totalling 24 points (four units). Prerequisites Previous study or other criteria required to gain admission into a particular course or unit.

Double degree courses Two courses studied concurrently with required units in one course being counted as elective units in the other.

A double degree takes less years to complete than if you studied both one after the other. Degree The academic title you get when you complete a course of study. For example: Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business. Units Subjects that make up your course are known as units. GLOSSARY 102 103 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 2019

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