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Students who want to further their education after obtaining a bachelor’s degree may want to pursue a Master. This advanced degree is available in a wide range of areas such as science, business, technology, arts and humanities.
Australia is an island country and continent of the southern hemisphere, in the SW Pacific, a member state of the Commonwealth.
Australian Capital Territory (abbreviated ACT) is the smallest self-governing internal territory in Australia. In the 2006 census the population of the ACT was 333,000.
Master 16-25 (out of 25). Masters in Australian Capital Territory in Australia
If you are keen to address some of the key challenges facing education and help develop professional learning communities across Australia and around the world, then this course is an outstanding springboard for an impressive leadership career within the education sector.
Designed especially for those with no formal IT study or employment background, this course addresses the key areas of the ‘Skills Framework for the Information Age’ and will fire up your motivation for becoming a professional in the field.
Consider yourself a bean counting extraordinaire but need an accounting major? Then this course will help you negotiate that cash-generating career ladder by giving you a sound theoretical knowledge base, allowing you to perform high-level financial transactions and nimbly navigate your way through an increasingly complex global business environment.
Consider yourself the next Steve Jobs or Lorna Jane? This course provides high-level managers and would-be entrepreneurs with a strong business knowledge base and a range of varied and expert communication skills, which will enable you to thrive in the business world – whether it be in the domestic, international or legal arenas.
The Master of Communication specialises in exploring contemporary communication theories, strategic planning and social media, and asks you to apply these in the context of a major research project.
If you are an engineering graduate looking to gain an advanced qualification in your field, then you really can’t go past our master’s degree.
This program is designed to give you both theoretical and practical knowledge of the modern concepts in neuroscience and the methodologies employed. You will be taught by leading Australian neuroscientists and have opportunities to gain first-hand experience of neuroscience research at The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). This degree will pave the way for further studies in neuroscience and related fields such as for a PhD. You can also use your skills to forge a career in policy-making, the pharmaceutical industry, consulting, as well as scientific research organisations.
This degree enables students to upgrade their expertise in the mathematical sciences, either as a route to further study or to upgrade their quantitative skills in areas that are rapidly becoming more reliant on advanced techniques from the mathematical sciences, such as the biological and computational sciences. Graduates find careers in academia, government and consulting.
The Master of Energy Change offers a breadth of courses that allows you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests, skills, and aspirations in the area of energy change. A major key to addressing climate change is the need for a worldwide change to carbon-free forms of energy production and this degree will help you contribute to these complex issues. Depending on the area of study and specialization, our graduates find work in government, policy, scientific research, development and aid organizations, multi-national companies, and many other exciting fields.
The Master of Biological Sciences allows you to specialise in areas such as biomedical sciences, ecology and evolution, genetics, plant sciences and biochemistry. This degree provides you with the skills to pursue a career in plant laboratory science, agriculture, environmental policy or further study.
Earth science deals with complex systems and processes that shape our planet. Pressing issues such as the safe supply of water, resources and energy, climate change, sea level rise as well as natural hazards are all intimately related to Earth sciences. The Master of Earth Sciences provides the opportunity to gain a wide range of knowledge and skills that are relevant for employment in industry, government agencies, education as well as further university studies.
The degree can be tailored to suit your interests and can include astrophysical techniques, astrophysical, computing, planetary science, stellar astrophysics, galaxies, and cosmology. When you graduate, you may find yourself working as a hydrology modeller, instrument scientist, web analyst, scientist at Geoscience Australia, software engineer, or government and defence scientist.
Researchers in the biological sciences at ANU work on issues of global importance, including food security in both Australia and the developing world, new treatments for cancer and type 2 diabetes, and fighting malaria drug resistance.
The Master of Environment allows you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests and skills in environment and sustainability. As part of this degree, you will study topics like environmental science and management as well as climate change policy and economics.
With a Master of National Security Policy, you will gain a unique, in-depth understanding of the security challenges that confront countries in our region and the world.