If you have completed a degree or relevant work experience and want to do further study, UTS has a wide range of postgraduate courses to expand your career opportunities.
Postgraduate qualifications from UTS are highly respected. Some people invest in further study because it is required for career progression. Others have reached their preferred level but similarly want to increase their depth of knowledge and experience so they can take on work that is more challenging, stimulating and ultimately, rewarding.
Masters vs Grad Cert
For many, a Masters degree is the qualification that will help you achieve your goals. The 12 subject course provides you with the requisite skills for high level roles like Health Services Planner, Clinical Nurse Consultant or Governance Manager.
For others, the focus is specialisation where a Graduate Certificate in an area like Diabetes Education and Management or Clinical Teaching can help you focus your expertise.
Flexible exit and entry points
Our Masters degrees offer maximum flexibility. Complete subjects in the required order (outlined in your study plan when you enrol) and you can exit after four subjects with a graduate certificate in your chosen specialty, or exit after eight subjects with a graduate diploma.
Generally, you can upgrade your graduate certificate to a graduate diploma or masters by completing additional subjects. This can be a quick progression, rolling up from one to another, or after a period of absence
Inspired learning for busy professionals
Our unique approach to learning reengineers subjects to enable students to experience a seamless integration of the best of online and face-to-face on campus learning.
Read more about how UTS makes postgraduate study an enriching and inspiring experience for students.