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An Honours degree is a fourth year of study at undergraduate level. Honours will typically include some coursework units and a research thesis or project, with entry to the program based on your performance in your undergraduate course plus your aptitude for research and independent study.
Coursework postgraduate courses are great if you have completed an undergraduate degree and want either to extend your expertise in a particular area or acquire new knowledge in another field.
Many of our postgraduate coursework programs articulate, allowing you to progress from Graduate Certificate to Masters level in natural stages.
Research courses are great if you are interested in contributing to the knowledge and understanding of a particular field.
Your postgraduate research studies may lead into employment within academia, research & development or as a specialist in industry.
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