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Undergraduate Courses

Undergraduate Courses

Available in Semester 1, 2021

Commerce

Delivered in partnership with one of PUC’s Partner University’s you can now broaden your opportunities and build the foundations of your business career with this unique course structure featuring a management major and real-world case studies and scenarios.

With a Bachelor of Business you will be well equipped to meet the contemporary challenges of the business environment and depending on your chosen major/s there are a number of professional associations that you may be eligible to apply for.

The Bachelor of Business is a 3 year full time or 6 year part time program.  

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here.

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Education

(Early Childhood and Primary)

Build your teaching skills and confidence to graduate as an Early Childhood or Primary teacher with these very hands-on programs delivered in partnership with one of PUC’s Partner University’s.

The Early Childhood and Primary programs are fully supported with a two hour tutorial/workshop at the PUC for each unit of study.  Students also undertake assessed practicums in local schools throughout the program.

Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of WA.

The Bachelor of Education is a 4 year full time or 8 year part time program. 

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Engineering

(Associate Degree)

With major streams in Civil, Environmental or Mining Engineering, this Associate Degree will see you developing sought after industry skills in planning, design and construction.

This course is currently running by supported distance education with the option to run tutorials should sufficient student numbers enrol in any one unit at the same time. 

The Associate Degree of Engineering is 2 years full time or 4 years part time and provides credit* into a Bachelor of Engineering degree.

*Amount of credit will vary depending on the university

Graduates are eligible to register as Engineering Officers with Engineers Australia.

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here.

Nursing

Qualify as a Registered Nurse, and open up a professional career path in private and public institutions, in clinical, education, research and management roles.

With online lectures, face-to-face tutorials and laboratories, simulation and practical placements in local health institutions, this program provides many opportunities to develop nursing skills.  Graduates are eligible to apply for initial registration as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

The Bachelor of Nursing is a 3 year full time or 6 year part time program. 

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here.

Psychology

Begin the journey to a sound understanding of psychological principles and the critical-thinking skills necessary to gain a comprehensive overview of the scientific discipline of psychology and its applications.

The course is delivered in accordance with the foundational (level one) competencies for three-year undergraduate psychology programs as specified by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

The Bachelor of Psychological Science is a 3 year full time or 6 year part time program.

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here

Social Work

Develop an understanding of the practice methods, skills, knowledge and values of the social work profession. With an emphasis on problem-based learning, you will gain valuable experience in critical and reflective thinking and practice.

As a recognised professional you will be eligible for membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers.

The Bachelor of Social Work is a 4 year full time or 8 year part time program.

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here

Coastal and Marine Science

(Double Major)

This Double Degree Major provides students with the knowledge and practical skills to plan and manage human activities while conserving the coastal environment.

The course emphasis science and management techniques for the aquatic environment.  Study fields  include biology, aquatic animal production and management, environmental impact and assessment, aquatic resource management, geology and the physical environment of the coastal zone.

This double major is an opportunity to meet the need for increased research into the coastal environment while managing the sustainability of the current and future anthropogenic activities within the coastal zone.

This Bachelor of Science (Coastal and Marine) is a 4 year full time or 8 year part time program.

To find out more contact our friendly PUC staff here