Courses for a changed world
2020 has been a challenging year that has stressed the need to do things differently. That’s why the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is launching a series of new courses in Teacher Education and Sustainability & Environment that will equip graduates with the skills, experience and adaptability not just for today, but for tomorrow and the long-term.
Secondary education that stacks up
What do you get when you combine a Bachelor’s degree in Science, Communication or Engineering Studies with a Master of Teaching in Secondary Education? A unique vertically-stacked Teacher Education course.
These courses are designed with the needs to both students and the education sector in mind. In as little as 4 years, students gain two UTS qualifications and multiple in-demand teaching specialisations to boost their employability. Industry-relevant and practical disciplinary study, 80 days of in-school experience and an emphasis on future-focused skills like digital learning prepare students to become confident and knowledgeable teachers in English, Maths and Science, or TAS.
Learn more about our new Secondary Education courses
The green economy is growing
Every sector of the economy is grappling with questions of sustainability – green investing, eco-tourism, environmental conservation and making health care environmentally sustainable – and industry and government need graduates who can think creatively and drive practical solutions. The new combined degrees in Sustainability & Environment provide both focused professional knowledge and a broad set of essential skills like project management, stakeholder engagement and data analysis to equip graduates to rise to this challenge. These 4-year courses leverage the most relevant research and teaching from across UTS and provide opportunities to work with industry and community partners on real-world challenges.
Learn more about our new combined degrees in Sustainability and Environment
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