About Honours

If you are looking to improve your career prospects, start your pathway to a PhD or further academic study, or simply indulge your passion for your field, then honours is your next step.

An honours year is a widely recognised and highly regarded additional year of undergraduate study available to you after you complete your undergraduate course. It's a unique opportunity for you to explore your research potential and put the theory from your undergraduate studies into practice.

The specialist knowledge and skills developed and applied in an honours year are highly sought after by potential employers.

Visit sydney.edu.au/honours for more information on undertaking honours at the University of Sydney.

Bachelor of Project management (Honours)

Students who have qualified for the Bachelor of Project Management degree with a Weighted Average Mark of 65 or above may apply to enter the Bachelor of Project Management Honours program.

The Bachelor of Project Management Honours is an adjunct program, requiring an additional 48 credit points (one year) of study from the Honours Table in the Faculty of Engineering and IT Handbook, as prescribed by the Head of School.

For more information on the Bachelor of Project Management Honours program visit sydney.edu.au/engineering/current-students/honours/project-management.shtml