• Master By Coursework Degree



    Masters degree by coursework

    A masters degree enhances your professional skills and understanding of a specific area of knowledge. One of the advantages of a masters by coursework is the support and guidance you receive in tutorials, from tutors and other students.

    Entry: Applicants normally require a bachelor degree, honours degree or graduate diploma for entry into a masters. If you do not have formal qualifications but possess relevant academic or professional experience, you may qualify for admission to a masters upon completion of a preliminary program.

    Duration: A masters requires three to four semesters of full-time study.

    A master's degree recognises your thorough understanding of a research field or area of professional practice.

    Graduates possess a range of academic and vocational attributes, such as:

    • advanced knowledge of a specialist body of topics
    • high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation and / or professional application through the planning and execution of project work or a piece of scholarship or research
    • creativity and flexibility in the application of knowledge and skills to new situations
    • ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently.

    Master's degrees by coursework, administered by various faculties an be either:

    • coursework – coursework is 100 per cent of the degree requirements.
    • coursework and dissertation – the dissertation component represents less than 66.6 per cent of the degree requirements.

    Learning pathways

    Many of the postgraduate programs offer a pathway or full articulation between courses. This means a graduate certificate provides one semester’s credit towards a graduate diploma, which in turn provides two semesters’ credit towards a masters degree by coursework.




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    Last Updated: 15 January 2013
    Editor: Nina Zarabi
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