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  • Bachelor of Adult and Applied Learning

    Bachelor of Adult and Applied Learning students study educational practices and learning strategies which can be applied to their own particular area of expertise.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Ageing and Dementia Studies

    Bachelor of Ageing and Dementia Studies students learn to assess the needs and everyday care of those with dementia and the general ageing population. The degree focuses on the aged care system in Australia and how it fits within the healthcare and social care framework.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours)

    Bachelor of Agricultural Science students learn about plant and animal science, as well as elements of agribusiness and economics. Climate change, sustainability and animal welfare are some of the topics in this course.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Science)

    Bachelor of Applied Science gives students the chance to study various disciplines within the scientific world, new technologies and discoveries. A base education in all areas of science with a selected major is standard.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Electrical Engineering)

    Bachelor of Applied Science gives students the chance to study various disciplines within the scientific world, new technologies and discoveries. A base education in all areas of science with a selected major is standard.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering)

    Bachelor of Applied Science gives students the chance to study various disciplines within the scientific world, new technologies and discoveries. A base education in all areas of science with a selected major is standard.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Nautical Science)

    Bachelor of Applied Science gives students the chance to study various disciplines within the scientific world, new technologies and discoveries. A base education in all areas of science with a selected major is standard.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments

    Bachelor of Architectural Design students learn how building design impacts its surrounds. Students look at sustainability, climate factors and function. This course provides a pathway to being a registered architect.

    ​University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Arts (Ancient Civilisations)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    ​University of Tasmania
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