Courses Available at UOW Bega
ARTS & HUMANITIES
Bachelor of Arts
Majors Available in Community, Culture and Environment, English Literatures, History, Indigenous Studies and Sociology.
Completion of full majors at the Bega campus is subject to availability at time of enrolment.
A Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is one of the most popular university degrees because of its versatility.
Advertiser | Communications Consultant | Defence Personnel | Diplomat | Editor | Foreign Affairs Officer | Industrial Relations Officer | Interpreter | Journalist | Manager | Marketing Consultant | Media executive | Personnel Officer | Politician | Public Relations Consultant | Publisher | Reporter | Researcher | Retail manager | Teacher | Town Planner | Tourism Worker | Translator | Youth Social Worker
* Some will require further study
Business is UOW's largest faculty, with students and teachers from all over the world. It involves the study how people interact with each other in a business context. This includes areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing and economics as well as other fields such as public relations, human resources and event management.
Career Opportunities *
Accountant | Advertiser | Auditor | Banker | Communications Consultant | Cost Adviser | Economic and Public Policy Planner | Financial Planner | Financial Systems Designer | Human Resources Manager | Industrial Relations Officer | Insurance Broker | Investment Analyst | Market Researcher | Marketing Manager/Consultant | Merchant Banker | Personnel Officer | Sales Representative | Small Business Owner/Manager Statistician | Stockbroker | Supply Manager | Taxation Consultant | Teacher | Tourism Manager | Trade Union Officer
* some may require further study
Successful completion of an Education degree will qualify you to develop a rewarding and productive career in the field of education, enabling you to work in the Australian national school system and throughout the world.
Are you passionate about Early Childhood Education?This innovative degree includes practical community engagement and professional experiences. Employment opportunities are very good as there is a shortage of specialist educators in the sector.
Flexible delivery available for Bega students from 2017.
Master of Teaching (Primary)
The Master of Teaching program aims to combine the practical and theoretical elements of teaching by immersing students in both classroom and university studies from the commencement of the program. Our quality programs strive to inspire you, to grow your passion and motivation for teaching and to provide a cutting-edge education that will prepare you fully for a contemporary career.
Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Early immersion into teaching and a focus on research to inform teaching practice is central to the program. As a graduate entry program, you must first have completed a Bachelor degree that meets the subject content requirements set by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES). The course provides students with up to 80 days of professional experience in local schools with options to apply for overseas professional experience.
Bachelor of Nursing
Registered Nurses have the opportunity to travel the world. work in diverse clinical areas and meet interesting people in interesting places. Nursing is a people-centred profession, and no two days - or people - are the same. From your first year, you will complete clinical placements, in hospitals, clinics, aged care facilities and health services. In these placements you will care for patients and clients, putting what you have learned in lectures and simulations to work.
Bachelor of Nursing Advanced
The Bachelor of Nursing Advanced is a four-year degree which meets the requirements to be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse in Australia. Students undertake a common core of advanced subjects as well as choosing from one of the available minors in Management and Leadership Mental Health and International Studies.
Whether it is in urban, rural or remote communities; a small or large public or private hospital; a developing country; a non-government organisation NGO; the Australian Defence Force or an individual’s home; Registered Nurses are required.
The Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of Wollongong provides graduates with the requisite knowledge, clinical skills and attitudes to respond to all areas of need.
FIRST YEAR PROGRAMS
Course you are looking for not listed above? There are also pathways to many of our Wollongong courses via the Bega Campus.
Students can commence first year study for a large range of courses and then transfer to Wollongong campus for completion.
Save money on accommodation and learn university study skills in a small environment to prepare for success.
FIRST YEAR PROGRAMS @ UOW BEGA
Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)
Bachelor of Arts (Environmental Humanities)
Bachelor of Arts (International Relations)
Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy)
Bachelor of Arts (Science and Technology Studies)
Bachelor of Arts (Writing and English Literatures)
Bachelor of Creative Arts - Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Communication and Media (Marketing and Advertising)
Bachelor of International Studies (International Relations)
Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law)
Bachelor of Commerce (Economics)
Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)
Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Planning)
Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resources)
Bachelor of Commerce (International Business)
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)
Bachelor of Commerce (Public Relations)
Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management)
Bachelor of Economics and Finance
Course you're looking for not listed here? Contact Bega campus to inquire about your pathway today - 02 6494 7035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UOW also offers a number of flexible postgraduate programs. Local UOW flexible students are also eligible to utilise the Bega Campus for study space and student support. To further enquire please contact UOW Bega on 6494 7035.