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University of the Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast University was established in 1994. Now the University at Sippy Downs has grown to have many students including overseas students. We are striving to provide students with high quality programs and campus facilities and to satisfy individual needs. It was accredited as the new institution in 1998 and became the University of the Sunshine Coast. The original reason that it was established was to suit the needs of the broader Sunshine Coast community, which is one of Australia’s fastest improving regions. On 1 July 1994, Queensland Parliament acknowledged The Sunshine Coast University College Act. The University is improving with qualified staff and passionate students.

About Us

The Sunshine Coast University is one of the fastest improving universities. We are always striving to offer high quality courses and diverse programs. It is located within a beautiful nature. Recently, the University was selected as the world-qualified college. That’s why we are gaining good reputation internationally. We have been grown fast to accommodate more than 5,000 students since establishment. We have specifically considered community engagement, high quality courses and individual approach to the different needs.

Courses

International Foundation Pathway

The International Foundation Pathway (IFP) is a foundation pathway for students who do not meet USC’s English language requirements.

IFP students must achieve at least a Pass grade in each of the two foundation-level courses and a grade of Satisfactory in Academic English.

Please note that there is no advanced standing towards a University award program on the basis of completed International Foundation Pathway studies.

Entry requirements

To gain entry to the IFP, students must satisfy the University’s undergraduate academic entry requirements and have English proficiency of IELTS 5.5 (with no less than 5 on any subtest), TOEFL 525 (paper-based text) or 193 (computer-based test), or equivalent.

Tertiary Preparation Pathway

The Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP) is a foundation pathway for students who do not meet USC’s academic admission requirements.

Successful completion of four foundation-level courses (or subjects) over one full-time semester, enables TPP students direct entry into most USC award programs.

The TPP program structure includes two required courses in academic skills and computer literacy, and two courses from a choice of Bioscience, Mathematics, Statistics, Introduction to Aboriginal Studies, or Contemporary Australia.


Please note that there is no advanced standing towards a University award program on the basis of completed Tertiary Preparation Pathway studies.

Entry requirements

To gain entry to the TPP, students must satisfy the University’s English language requirements. If you do not meet these requirements, you might like to enrol in USC’s International Foundation Pathway, which incorporates both University and English languages courses.

Undergraduate degree programs 2009

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)
Bachelor of Arts (Design and Communication)
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
Bachelor of Communication
Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations)
Bachelor of Design
Bachelor of Human Services
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Justice and Legal Studies
Bachelor of Regional and Urban Planning
Bachelor of Social Science
Bachelor of Social Science (Community Work)
Bachelor of Social Science (Counselling)
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Social Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours)

Faculty of Business

Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning)
Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)
Bachelor of Business (Information Systems)
Bachelor of Business (International Business)
Bachelor of Business (Management)
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Bachelor of Business (Property and Asset Management)
Bachelor of Business (Tourism)
Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology
Bachelor of Software Engineering
Bachelor of Business (Honours)

Faculty of Science, Health and Education

Bachelor of Biotechnology
Bachelor of Coastal Studies
Bachelor of Engineering (Construction Management)
Bachelor of Engineering (Water and Sustainable Resource Management)
Bachelor of Exercise Science
Bachelor of Health (Health Promotion)
Bachelor of Nursing Science
Bachelor of Nursing Science: Graduate Entry
Bachelor of Nutrition
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)
Bachelor of Science (Environment and Health)
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science)
Bachelor of Science (Sport and Exercise Science)
Bachelor of Sport and Industry
Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Combined programs

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Design and Marketing)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Indonesian and International Business)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Japanese and International Business)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Marketing Communication)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Psychology and Human Resource Management)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Health (Human Services and Health Promotion)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (Science Communication)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (Planning and Environmental Science)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Exercise Science)
Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Science (Sport Management)
Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Arts (Special Education and Psychology)
Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Science

Postgraduate students

On campus - Postgraduate coursework programs

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Graduate Certificate in Communication
Graduate Certificate in Creative Writing
Graduate Diploma in Communication
Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing
Graduate Diploma in Journalism
Graduate Diploma in Public Relations

Master of Communication

Faculty of Business

Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Certificate in Management
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Graduate Diploma in Management
Master of Business Administration
Master of Management
Master of Professional Accounting


Faculty of Science, Health and Education

Graduate Certificate in Climate Change Adaptation
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Change Management
Graduate Certificate in Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Graduate Certificate in Professional Learning
Graduate Certificate in Professional Learning (TESOL)
Graduate Certificate in Special Education
Graduate Certificate in Wetlands Management
Graduate Diploma in Climate Change Adaption
Graduate Diploma in Education
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Change Management
Graduate Diploma in Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Master of Climate Change Adaptation
Master of Environmental Change Management
Master of Health Promotion
Master of Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Master of Midwifery
Master of Mental Health Nursing
Master of Professional Learning

On campus - Higher degrees by research programs

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Master of Arts
Master of Creative Arts
Master of Social Work
Doctor of Creative Arts
Doctor of Philosophy (Arts)

Faculty of Business

Master of Business
Master of Information Technology (Research)
Doctor of Business Administration
Doctor of Philosophy (Business)

Faculty of Science, Health and Education

Master of Climate Change Adaption by Research
Master of Education
Master of Environmental Change Management by Research
Master of Integrated Coastal Zone Management by Research
Master of Science
Master of Wetlands Management by Research
Doctor of Philosophy (Science)

Online postgraduate coursework programs


-Faculty of Business

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education


Study Abroad students


Semester 2, 2008 (July-November)


-Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

-Faculty of Business

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Science courses

Please note: Some courses may also include a compulsory field trip, requiring payment of an additional fee, and may be held outside of the regular teaching week ie. on weekends or during semester break.

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Education courses

Semester 1, 2009 (February-June)

-Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

-Faculty of Business

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Science courses

Please note: Some courses may also include a compulsory field trip, requiring payment of an additional fee, and may be held outside of the regular teaching week, ie on weekends or during semester break.

Semester 2, 2009 (February-June)
Course offerings are subject to change.

-Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

-Faculty of Business

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Science courses

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Education courses

Semester 1, 2009 (February-June)
Course offerings are subject to change.

-Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences


-Faculty of Business


-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Science courses

Semester 2, 2009 (February-June)
Course offerings are subject to change.

-Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

-Faculty of Business

-Faculty of Science, Health and Education - Science courses

Location

Our campus is located at Sippy Downs, on the Sunshine Coast. USC facilities are also equipped in Noosa and on Fraser Island. The campus is near from Brisbane, Queensland/s capital city, situated within 100km away.
Major centres such as Maroochydore, Mooloolaba, Caloundra and Noosa are very near also by a car. Our buildings are known for well-organized and beautiful ones. Also, wildlife like kangaroos are roaming around the campus!

Accommodation

The Sunshine Coast University offers international students broad range of affordable accommodation options; student accommodation complexes, Homestay and other accommodation.

-Student accommodation

totally-furnished
is comfortably located next to the University
operated independently of USC
Varsity Apartments and UniCentral are linked by pathways to the campus
Shopping centre within easy reach

- Homestay (English Language Program students only)

There are several Homestay in various locations, including near the beach. You will be supplied with:
a single, furnished, private bedroom with study facilities
breakfast and dinner during the week and breakfast, lunch and dinner on the weekends

-Other accommodation

sharing accommodation or renting a unit or house with friends.

To find out course fees, intake dates, entry requirements and more details about courses and the Institute please click on the Enquiry button and complete our form.



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