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Study areas

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Agriculture, environment and sustainability

Our agriculture, environment and sustainability courses examine how we interact with, manage and protect the living world.

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Architecture and construction

Can you see the detail and beauty in structures and buildings, both inside and out? Our architecture and construction courses are about creating quality environments in which people live, work and play.

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Arts and creative industries

If you’re a creative person who wants to find an individual voice to make your mark on the world, our courses can help develop your skills and teach you to apply them in the working world.

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Business, management and law

Launch your career with a business, management or law degree from Curtin. Our courses are practical and applied, and benefit from direct input from industry leaders.

Culture, society and indigenous

Culture, society and indigenous

If you’re interested in culture, communication, languages or social sciences, these courses can give you knowledge and skills applicable to many areas of the working world.

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Are you passionate about helping others and making tomorrow better? Teachers have the power to inspire others and help them to fulfil their potential by passing on knowledge, skills, confidence and the ability to develop, grow and learn outside the classroom.

Engineering, mining and surveying

Engineering, mining and surveying

Develop your problem-solving skills and learn to design, construct and test machines, systems, structures, materials and processes. As a Curtin student, you’ll have access to outstanding, purpose-built facilities.

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Our health degrees will give you plenty of hands-on experience in fieldwork placements, our research centres and groups, and in our clinics.

Information technology

Information technology

Learn how to program computers, administer networks and create design software and multimedia, study computer games and learn how to develop them, or use artificial intelligence in real life situations.

Physical sciences, geoscience and mathematics

Physical sciences, geoscience and mathematics

Do you enjoy problem solving, critical analysis and scientific discovery? Science and mathematics are at the heart of new discoveries, inventions and technology.