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Architect

Architect

A good architect combines creativity, flair, design, attention to detail and project management skills in their pursuit of the best solution to meet a client’s brief.

The Bachelor of Design in Architecture/Master of Architecture is a five-year pathway to a career as an architect. It will allow you to register in NSW, and is recognised by the relevant national bodies. Another option is a five-year Bachelor of Design in Architecture/Bachelor of Laws combined degree.

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Engineer

Engineer

An engineer is a problem solver, who may use machinery, computers or other materials and equipment to improve the way things work. You can choose a major from a wide range of engineering specialisations, from aeronautical, civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, mechatronics and power to biomedical and project management. These courses can be combined with other degrees, such as arts, science, commerce, law, design in architecture, or medicine.

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Information Technology Specialist

Information Technology Specialist

As a specialist in information technology (IT) you will play an important role in helping businesses build infrastructure, develop products, manage data, reduce wastage, analyse trends, strategise, communicate and conduct research. IT offers a wide range of excellent career options. You could build or manage business applications, websites, communication systems, or IT infrastructure; or work as a computer programmer, systems administrator or IT manager.

To graduate with a highly respected qualification, in-depth knowledge and hands-on practical experience, look no further than the Bachelor of Information Technology or Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology.

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