Eligible short courses can provide a pathway to UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance postgraduate courses.
How does it work?
- Potentially up to two thirds of the total credit point requirements of our postgraduate courses can be met through recognition of prior learning from completion of eligible short courses (for example up to two subjects in a Graduate Certificate course).
- You have to successfully complete the short course and its assessment component to be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning.
- A successfully completed eligible short course is equivalent to one postgraduate subject (six credit points).
Successful completion of any of our eligible short courses (below) enables you to apply for credit towards these postgraduate courses:
- Master of Local Government
- Graduate Diploma in Local Government Management
- Graduate Certificate in Local Government Leadership
- Graduate Certificate in Development Assessment
Please seek our advice on the right choice of short courses to apply for credit towards these postgraduate courses:
Eligible short courses that can count towards postgraduate study include:
- Strategic Planning
- Organising and Managing in Local Government
- Comparative Local Governance
- Social Planning and Community Development
- Enhancing Local Government Service Delivery
- Contemporary Local Government Leadership
- Community Leadership Project
- Building Regulation
- Advanced Building Regulation
- Planning for Bushfire Prone Areas
- Advanced Development Assessment
- Development Assessment
- Research in Local Government
- Local Government Principles and Practice
- Team Building and Leadership
For more information about our postgraduate courses and Recognition of Prior Learning please contact the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance Academic Programs Officer on 02 9514 1659 or at email@example.com.