What do you want to study?
Geology looks at the rocks that make up the Earth’s solid crust and the processes through which the Earth evolves
Geophysical techniques and theory are applied to fulfil societal needs such as lessening natural hazards, locating mineral resources and protecting the environment.
German includes studying the language from beginners to advanced levels, as well as studying German literature, film and cultural history.
Glass Design looks that the different ways that glass can be shaped, formed and decorated for practical and decorative use.
Graphic Design is concerned with the way in which ideas and visual information are conveyed through layout, typography, illustration, photography and moving image.
In this subject you will learn the language of ancient Greece and use this knowledge to analyse literature.
You will learn to style hair creatively, the people skills and confidence to deal sensitively with clients, and the professional skills required in a modern salon.
Health Sciences looks at health policy and how current health systems function, as well as biological and social origins of ill health.
Historical study is all about people and seeks to understand the whys and wherefores of the past and shed some light on its mysteries.
Horticulture is the study of art, science and business in the manufacture, marketing, use and developments of fruits, flowers, vegetables and ornamental plants.
A tertiary qualification in Hospitality involves learning about the ‘front of house skills’ you need to work in any hospitality outlet.
Hospitality Management involves learning both the hospitality and management skills you will need to step into a leadership position in the hospitality industry.
Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations aims to understand how people behave at work, how to retain employees and how to attract the best talent.
Industrial Design is concerned with improving the look, design and usability of products through innovative design.
Information Management is concerned with data storage, data retrieval and internet technologies
Information Systems deals with the application of computer technology to business and society. It looks as how and why information technology is used in business.
Information Technology is concerned with the technologies used to collect, process, store and distribute information.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship courses focus on teaching you the knowledge, skills and practical ability to form new businesses, or to help businesses grow and develop.
Interior Architecture links practices of architecture with art and visual technology.
Interior Design is the art of turning interior spaces into settings for the ranges of activities that are to take place there.