UTAS Cradle Coast Campus offers a range of courses through face to face and distance study modes, with the flexibility of full and part-time study options.
If you need some help in choosing a course, or finding out more details about university study, please contact UTAS Cradle Coast Campus for an appointment with a Student Information Officer:
The Associate Degree in Engineering is currently under review.
Please contact Dayna Broun on 6430 5293 for more information.
Duration: 3 years
A Bachelor of Arts offers widely relevant skills in thinking, research and writing with a broad understanding of culture and society. Career opportunities for Arts Graduates include journalism, marketing, communications, social policy, research, and work in government and community sectors.
Students can incorporate another area of academic interest if desired. First year face to face units at Cradle Coast Campus include: Aboriginal Studies; History; Psychology; Sociology; Geography; and Environmental Studies.
Majors from Cradle Coast Campus:
Aboriginal studies; Ancient Civilisations; Ancient Greek; History; Sociology; English; Criminology: Philosophy: Political Science; Public Policy; International Relation
Duration: 3 years
The Bachelor of Behavioural Science is a degree with a broad vocational orientation. It allows students to undertake a major in psychology and a subsequent major in a related discipline e.g. Human Resource Management, Criminology or Health Science.
First year face to face units offered at Cradle Coast Campus: Psychology, Geography and Environmental Studies, Aboriginal Studies, Sociology plus some Human Resource and Business Management subjects.
Duration: 3 years
A Bachelor of Business from the University of Tasmania business degree has wide application for careers in management, finance and corporate governance in all industries. Graduate Certificate or Diploma programs may be available for direct entry depending on previous qualifications and/or experience.
Students must complete one major within the Faculty of Business. Students can choose to complete a second major within the Faculty of Business or from another Faculty within the University. Majors offered from the Cradle Coast campus include Accounting, Business Logistics, Corporate Governance and Organisational Management. Other majors available on other campuses or by cross-institutional distance study. Please enquire for more information about these options.
First year of the Bachelor of Economics introduces students to the interplay of forces such as market supply and demand, finance and investment, natural resources and government policy, and how these can influence social, national and corporate wealth.
Duration: 4 years
Fully available at Cradle Coast campus and on-line for distance learning.
The Bachelor of Education (Primary) is a pre-service teaching program intended to provide teaching practice, theory and skills to enable the beginning teacher to embrace the early years of teaching (Kindergarten to Grade 8) and to lay a foundation for further professional development in both theory and practice of education.
The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) provides existing and potential early childhood providers with higher levels of knowledge and skills to facilitate the provision of educationally sound programs for children from birth to eight years of age.
Honours program available for those students wishing to pursue a higher degree by research.
First year Bachelor of Law units are available face to face at Cradle Coast Campus.
Duration: 3 years (1st year only at Cradle Coast Campus with limited 2nd and 3rd year offerings - degree completion in Launceston or Hobart).
First year units offered at Cradle Coast Campus towards a Bachelor of Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies include Geography and Environmental Studies, Sociology and History. Distance subject options: Philosophy, Government and Antarctic Studies.
Duration: 3 years
You can start your Bachelor of Science at UTAS Cradle Coast Campus with units including Geography and Environmental Studies, Psychology and Maths.
Duration: 2 years
Entry requirements into the Bachelor of Social Work are completion of two years of a degree including study in Sociology and Psychology subjects. Generous credit is given to applicants who have completed a Diploma of Community Welfare (polytechnic).
The Graduate Certificate in Business units offered at the Cradle Coast Campus focus on innovation and development and will lay the foundation for you to take a leading role in shaping your region’s economic and social prosperity.
The Graduate Certificate in Business
Working in regional centres across Australia, in no matter what capacity, requires an intimate knowledge of process and place, key relationships and the drivers which underpin local economies, and ultimately, local livelihoods.
Why study this course in particular?
The Graduate Certificate in Business Units offer students the chance to put their own work and/or life experiences into action. Students can draw on their own career or life milestones to use towards assessment items in certain units. The course also recognises that your time is precious, with several units delivered via intensive mode and/or small workshop groups, helping to provide more flexibility towards work and life commitments.
Where will it take you?
The course has been designed to respond directly to the needs of professionals working in the public and private sector, and helps to build knowledge and skills in areas including global perspective, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, collaboration, teamwork and inter-disciplinary thinking and working.Students will not only strengthen their current job skills and knowledge to use in their workplace, but enhance their future career development and employment opportunities. For more information click here (pdf).
How do I apply?
It is recommended that in the first instance you contact Aleisha Cross at the Institute for Regional Development, to enquire about available places in upcoming Graduate Certificate in Business courses:
Institute for Regional Development
UTAS Cradle Coast Campus
Phone: (03) 6430 4902
Duration: 2 years
The Master of Social Work is for individuals who have already completed a three year degree (with some social and behavioural science content) and who want to obtain a professional qualification in social work.
Duration: 2 years on-line distance learning
The Master of Teaching course is designed to build upon experience and previous tertiary qualifications enabling students to complete a primary or secondary teaching qualification in two years. The secondary specialisation requires students to choose from two curriculum (teaching) areas, determined from studies undertaken in the student’s undergraduate degree. Secondary Specialisations: Drama, English-literacy, Information Technology, Mathematics, Music, General Sciences, Social Sciences, Design & Technology, Visual Art, Multi-media, LOTE.
The new Diploma of University Studies is a pathway qualification for students wishing to study in the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Education or the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology.
UPP is for anyone wanting to acquire or develop academic skills and confidence to prepare for tertiary study.
Authorised by the Director, Cradle Coast campus
15 August, 2012