New Courses for 2015

Flinders is excited to announce our brand new suite of courses, ready for study in 2015.

We’re opening up new combinations and qualifications for science, partnering with TAFE SA for a range of creative courses, and getting innovative in science and health.

If you’re interested in more information about these changes for 2015, or you have questions, please contact us.


Creative Arts – Fashion

The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Fashion) will prepare you to be a professionally qualified fashion industry participant able to fulfil a broad range of career opportunities in fashion and related industries.


Creative Arts – Visual Arts

The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts) will develop your skills to work as a practising artist, craft person, or in allied work. It focuses on the development of practical skills in a workshop studio environment.


Tourism Management 

The Bachelor of Tourism Management will prepare you to operate as a senior manager within the tourism and travel industry by providing you with specialised managerial skills and in-depth knowledge of tourism, marketing, and issues surrounding the tourism industry.


Psychological Science/Business (Human Resource Management)

In this Psychological Science/Business combined degree you will learn the core knowledge of psychological theory and research regarding the factors influencing human behaviour and experience, and receive skills for the application of this knowledge. You will also learn all aspects of human resource management.


Design and Technology Innovation

This unique Design and Technology Innovation degree blends design, technical and business skills and provides opportunities to design, develop and commercialise advanced technology products or services. The blending of these skills is attractive to potential employers given the changing nature of advanced manufacturing in South Australia and internationally.





Rehabilitation Counselling

This course promotes the philosophy that people with disabilities should be fully included in community life. Completing the Rehabilitation Counselling major in your fourth year of Disability and Developmental Education will allow you to become a member of relevant professional associations, therefore providing access to additional career opportunities.


Engineering courses – Honours

All our engineering courses are now at Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) level 8 Bachelor Honours Degree.

This means that your study is consistent with a full honours degree and you will graduate with honours. You will have advanced knowledge and skills for professional or highly skilled work and/or further learning.

Our engineering degrees have a nationally recognised 20-week industry placement program with more than 100 local, national and international organisations supporting the program. This means you will graduate with on-the-job experience and many of our students go on to work full-time with the company that provided their placement, or with another in the same industry.

See all our engineering degrees.


New science combined degrees 

With our new range of combined degrees in science, engineering and maths you can tailor your study to suit your interests and graduate with increased employment prospects. See suggested Science and engineering combined degrees (PDF 2MB) or ask us about a combination.



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