University of CanberraPrograms

Master of Business Administration (Innovation and Leadership)

With a focus on innovation and leadership, our MBA will provide the leaders of tomorrow (ie. you!) with an understanding of core business concepts and a diverse set of industry-focused skills through the application of holistic, real-world analysis and an exploration of current business theories. In this course, you will undertake a specialised research project as part of the Faculty of Business, Government & Law’s commitment to supporting work integrated learning, which will enhance your employability and ensure you’re armed with the right mix of skills and knowledge to take a super-confident leap into your future career. Career opportunities • Marketing manager • HR specialist • Health services manager • Financial manager • IT Director

Bachelor of Acting and Performance

The Bachelor of Acting and Performance is a conservatory-style training program that provides students with the skills and experience to engage professionally in the Performing Arts, as a stage and film actor, performing artist and performance maker. Students will interact in four foremost overall performance initiatives over the course of their studies. Those public productions provide students with the possibility to integrate their talents into the coaching and performance of a various body of work, Application Deadline: December, August

Bachelor of the Built Environment (Landscape Architecture)

Landscape architecture involves the planning and design of outdoor areas in both public and private settings, such as parks, gardens, campuses, commercial centres and waterfront developments. By studying at UC you’ll examine the complexities of urban and regional spaces across all layers of the landscape, while investigating topical issues in landscape architecture theory and practice. -Study a Bachelor of the Built Environment (Landscape Architecture) at UC and you will: • learn to read, interpret and analyse the landscape and built environment across a range of scales – from the suburban to the regional • develop and evaluate responses to issues that contextualise the Australian landscape and the built environment • draw on cultural, historical and theoretical frameworks to support your ideas • visually and verbally evaluate a range of design solutions • utilise digital technologies in a range of professional environments. Career opportunities • Landscape designer • Urban designer • Administrator • Policymaker • Landscape assessment officer

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