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Commonwealth supported: AUD $7,328.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $17,300.00
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Under this arrangement, the Australian Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees, called your 'student contribution'.
You are eligible to be Commonwealth Supported if you are studying:
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Domestic tuition fees (unsubsidised full fee amount) will be applicable to you if you are not eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place.
Domestic tuition fees also apply to non-award courses (courses or programs that do not lead to a higher education award, but are studied for general interest, professional purposes, or to gain entry to a degree program through an alternative pathway). More about non-award courses.
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Indicative tuition fee information for WAAPA VET courses can also be viewed on the Fees Calculator.
The changing nature of threats requires an understanding of the complex issues involved in countering the menace that is modern terrorism. This degree brings together the key aspects of national and international security with an emphasis on contemporary security issues.
By studying the core elements of terrorism, security and intelligence in the foundation year, students will be able to undertake specialised study in how to counter the terrorist threat, apply intelligence gathering techniques, think critically, analyse and understand criminal motivation.
Students will learn to utilise suitable technology to secure assets, protect critical and national infrastructure and employ security management techniques to achieve desired security outcomes.
This course is Commonwealth Government Supported for eligible students.
Graduates from this degree can access careers in national security, corporate security, defence, intelligence, government, policing and law enforcement, homeland security, justice, criminology, critical infrastructure protection, threat and risk assessment, security consultancy, corporate intelligence, counter terrorism, and security analysis.
Security Analyst, Security Manager, Intelligence Analyst, Counter Terrorism Consultant, Security Consultant, Security and Risk Manager, Intelligence Officer, Strategic Risk Analyst, Security Profiler, Intelligence Profiler
Students whose performance over the three years of the course is of a high standard may be eligible to enter the Bachelor of Science (Security) Honours degree.
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.