The Faculty of Sciences offers postgraduate coursework programs across a variety of applied and specialised scientific fields from physics to agriculture, viticulture and oenology, biotechnology, and veterinary medicine.
Our graduates enter the workplace equipped with the skills necessary to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing and increasingly knowledge-based society. Students develop skills in problem solving,critical thinking, analytical methods, scientific communication, as well as a high level of expertise in their chosen scientific pursuit.
Please refer to Degree Finder to where you can search for postgraduate coursework degrees, subjects and careers.Underpinning the excellence of our programs is the integration of our cutting-edge research into the teaching curriculum.
As a graduate, you will be equipped with the up-to-date knowledge and skills required to meet the challenges of your rapidly changing field. Through your postgraduate study you will also benefit from the Faculty's extensive collaborations with industry at a local, national and international level, and the support that the Faculty receives from industry and government funding agencies.
Postgraduate Program Co-ordinators (Coursework)
Prospective postgraduate students should contact the appropriate Coordinator for the relevant School who will assist in making contact with specific researchers.
Enrolment for Postgraduate by Coursework Students
- Domestic Student
Applications for postgraduate coursework programs are made through the SATAC gradstart admissions portal.
Application closing dates, offer dates and commencement dates vary amongst postgraduate programs. Please refer the the SATAC website for details.
For more information, please download the University's Domestic Postgraduate Sciences Coursework flyer.
- International Students