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Western Sydney University degrees are designed for success. They offer flexibility, practical skill development and the theoretical knowledge you need to become a career-ready graduate.

The International Student Fee Schedules provides a summary of courses available to international students and fees:

Once you have selected a course, use the Western Sydney University Course Search Engine (opens in a new window) to find out specific details about the course you want to apply to including academic entry requirements, course structures and subject descriptions.


Bachelor degrees - undergraduate study

Arts

Bachelor of Arts,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

Bachelor of Arts (Interpreting and Translation) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Birth-5/ Birth-12 years) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Primary) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Secondary) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of International Studies (opens in a new window)

Business

Bachelor of Business,(opens in a new window) in one of the following majors:

Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Advanced Business Leadership) (opens in a new window)

Communication, Design and Media

Bachelor of Communication,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Music (opens in a new window)

Engineering and Built Environment

Bachelor of Building Design Management (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Construction Management (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Construction Management Studies

Bachelor of Construction Technology (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Design and Technology (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Engineering,(opens in a new window) in one of the following key programs:

Bachelor of Engineering Advanced (Honours),(opens in a new window) in one of the following key programs:
  • Civil
  • Construction
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Robotics and Mechatronics
Bachelor of Engineering Science,(opens in a new window) in one of the following key programs:
  • Civil
  • Construction
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Robotics and Mechatronics

Bachelor of Industrial Design (opens in a new window)

Forensics, Policing and Criminology

Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminology (opens in a new window)

Health Sciences and Sport Sciences

Bachelor of Health Science,(opens in a new window) in one of the following key programs:

Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Health Science (PDHPE) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine) (opens in a new window)

Information Technology and Computing

Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Computer Science,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

  • Systems Security
  • Networked Systems
  • Systems Programming

Bachelor of Information Systems (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information Systems (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Health Information Management) (opens in a new window)

Law

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Laws (Non-Graduate Entry) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Business and Commerce/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Advanced Business Leadership)/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Communication/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of International Studies/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Social Science/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Laws (Combined Studies - Arts, Communication and Social Sciences)

Bachelor of Construction Management Studies/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminology/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Medicine

Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Psychology and Social Sciences

Bachelor of Social Work (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Community Welfare (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Humanitarian and Development Studies (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Policing (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Psychology (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Social Science,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

Bachelor of Social Science (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminology (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Tourism Management (opens in a new window)

Interpreting and Translation

Tourism and Urban Planning

Bachelor of Social Science,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

Bachelor of Planning (Pathway to Master of Urban Management and Planning) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Tourism Management (opens in a new window)

Science

Bachelor of Medical Science,(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Medicinal Chemistry

Bachelor of Medical Science (Advanced),(opens in a new window) with majors available in:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Medicinal Chemistry

Bachelor of Natural Science (Advanced) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Natural Science (Animal Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Natural Science (Environmental Management) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Natural Science (Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Sciences) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Forensic Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Food Sciences) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Zoology) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science (Advanced Science) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science - Pathway to Teaching (Secondary) (opens in a new window)

Teaching and Education

Double Degrees (except Law and Medicine programs)

Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Social Science (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Communication (with majors available in Public Relations or Advertising)/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (majors in Accounting or Property not available) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Communication/ Bachelor of International Studies (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice/ Bachelor of Social Work (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology/ Bachelor of Arts (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Accounting) (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of International Studies/ Bachelor of Laws (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of International Studies/ Bachelor of Social Science (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Arts (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (opens in a new window)

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of International Studies (opens in a new window)

Masters degrees - postgraduate study

Arts and Humanities

Master of Arts in Literature and Creative Writing (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Literature and Creative Writing

Graduate Certificate in Literature and Creative Writing

Master of Arts in Cultural and Creative Practice (opens in a new window)

Master of Art Therapy (opens in a new window)

Master of Creative Music Therapy (opens in a new window)

Master of Research (opens in a new window)

Business

Master of Business Administration (opens in a new window), offered in the following specialisations:

  • Finance and Investment
  • Property
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Human Resource Management
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Sustainable Business

Master of Commerce (Financial Planning) (opens in a new window)

Master of Business Administration/ Master of Applied Finance (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (opens in a new window)

Executive Master of Business Administration (opens in a new window)

Master of Business (Marketing) (opens in a new window)

Master of Business (Operations Management) (opens in a new window)

Master of Commerce (Human Resource Management) (opens in a new window)

Master of Applied Finance (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance (opens in a new window)

Master of Finance (opens in a new window)

Master of Accountancy (opens in a new window)

Master of Professional Accounting (opens in a new window)

Master of Commerce (Property Investment and Development) (opens in a new window)

Communication, Design and Media

Master of Convergent Media (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Convergent Media (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Convergent Media (opens in a new window) 

Engineering and Built Environment

Health Sciences and Sport Sciences

Master of Health Science (opens in a new window), in one of the following specialisations:

Graduate Diploma in Health Science (opens in a new window), in one of the following specialisations:
  • International Health
  • Health Planning
  • Aged Care Management
  • Health Services Management
  • Health Promotion
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Research Studies
  • Generic option also available

Graduate Certificate in Health Science (opens in a new window)

Master of Public Health (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Public Health (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Public Health (opens in a new window)

Master of Chinese Medicine (opens in a new window)

Information Technology and Computing

Master of Data Science,(opens in a new window)

Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced),(opens in a new window) in one of the following specialisations:

  • Web and Mobile Computing
  • Networking
  • Distributing Computing
  • Health Informatics
  • Management

Master of Information and Communications Technology,(opens in a new window) in one of the following specialisations:

  • Web and Mobile Computing
  • Networking
  • Distributing Computing
  • Health Informatics
  • Management

Graduate Diploma in Information and Communications Technology (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Information and Communications Technology (opens in a new window)

Law

Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) (opens in a new window)

Master of Nursing,(opens in a new window) in one of the following specialisations:

  • Clinical Leadership
  • Clinical Teaching
  • Aged Care
  • Primary Health Care
  • Research Studies

Research Studies

Master of Research (opens in a new window)

Social Sciences and Psychology

Master of Social Science,(opens in a new window) in one or two of the following specialisations:

  • Development, Security and Sustainability
  • Difference and Diversity
  • eResearch and Social Analytics
  • International Criminology
  • Religion and Society

Graduate Diploma in Social Science (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Social Science (opens in a new window)

Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma of Psychology (opens in a new window)

Master of Professional Psychology (opens in a new window)

Master of Psychotherapy and Counselling (opens in a new window)

Teaching and Education

Master of Teaching (Birth-5 years/ Birth-12 years) (opens in a new window)

Master of Teaching (Primary) (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (Primary)

Master of Teaching (Secondary) (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (Secondary)

TESOL, Interpreting and Translation

Master of Arts (TESOL) (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in TESOL (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in TESOL (opens in a new window)

Master of Interpreting and Translation (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Translation (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Interpreting (opens in a new window)

Graduate Certificate in Interpreting and Translation (opens in a new window)

Master of Arts Translation and Interpreting Studies (opens in a new window)

Master of Translation and TESOL (opens in a new window)

Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies 

Graduate Diploma in Interpreting Studies

Therapeutic Studies and Counselling

Master of Art Therapy (opens in a new window)

Master of Creative Music Therapy (opens in a new window)

Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (opens in a new window)

Master of Psychotherapy and Counselling (opens in a new window)

Research degrees

Master of Research

The Master of Research (opens in a new window) enables you to complete a PhD in three years by providing a foundation of research preparation.

In the first year, you will be exposed to a unique combination of advanced methods and disciplinary coursework while concurrently developing a research proposal and improving your academic literacy skills. The course is also structured so that you will engage with issues associated with research ethics and integrity.

In the second year you will undertake a supervised research project and complete a 20,000-25,000 word thesis (or equivalent). There will also be a non-assessable structured learning component.

Doctoral research programs

Require the completion of a major original research project in a chosen academic field.

The program is conducted independently, under academic supervision. Candidates are expected to uncover new knowledge either by the discovery of new facts, the formulation of theories, or the innovative re-interpretation of known data and established ideas.

The outcome of the research project is presented by way of thesis and is expected to make a significant original contribution to knowledge in the chosen field.

The Doctoral programs support further development of research skills and experience and candidates are expected to present academic papers within professional for a and to publish academic papers.

For more information, visit the Graduate Research School.(opens in a new window)

Pre-university pathways to Western Sydney University

The College (opens in a new window) is wholly-owned by Western Sydney University and is the University's preferred provider of University Foundation Studies, Diploma programs, and English language courses.

Diplomas

Diplomas are equivalent to the first-year undergraduate programs in disciplines at Western Sydney University. Upon successful completion of the Diploma, students enter the second year of the Western Sydney University degree with advanced standing of one year.

Diplomas are offered in the following fields:

  • Arts
  • Business and Commerce
  • Construction Management
  • Engineering
  • Health Science (HP, HSM & TR)
  • Health Science (PDHPE)
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Science
  • Social Science
For more information, visit the The College Diploma Program page.(opens in a new window)

University Foundation Studies

This program prepares students for university study, by offering courses that are an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed for an undergraduate degree at Western Sydney University.

University Foundation Studies are available for entry into the first year of a Bachelor degree at Western Sydney University or students may choose to continue at The College to undertake a Diploma.

For more information, visit the The College University Foundation Studies page.(opens in a new window)

English Language courses

Academic English for Tertiary Studies has been specifically designed to develop student's English proficiency to the standard required for entry to Western Sydney University.

English Language Program graduates can progress to The College University Foundation Studies or Diploma courses, and to undergraduate and postgraduate studies at Western Sydney University.

For more information, visit the The College English for tertiary studies page.(opens in a new window)