If you are passionate about a particular subject, an Honours program will enable you to explore this area of study in greater depth, as well as build your research experience and further develop the skills from your undergraduate studies.
In most programs, Honours is an additional year of study (a fourth year) at undergraduate level, and includes some coursework units and a research thesis or project.
In certain four-year degrees, such as Engineering, dependent on the student's total weighted course average and the final year project mark, students may be automatically awarded an Honours degree.
An Honours year normally consists of:
Honours will give you the first big chance to 'stretch your legs' on your very own research project. Participating in research while you’re studying your Bachelor degree is an excellent opportunity to find out what's involved in Higher Degree by Research (HDR), such as Masters by Research or a doctoral qualification (PhD), and whether it suits your aspirations and career ambitions.
An Honours degree will:
Postgraduate coursework programs (e.g. Graduate Diploma and Master by Coursework courses) are valuable for professional development, career change and career development.
Entry to most postgraduate coursework programs usually require a undergraduate degree and/or industry experience.
Honours programs provide high calibre undergraduate students with an opportunity to develop and extend their research skills.
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A research-based course introducing students to the various methodologies associated with the collection, analysis and interpretation of both qualitative and quantitative data, focusing specifically on managerial issues within the arts industry.
Enables outstanding students to learn and apply practical, theoretical and research skills in either or both creative (choreographic or other media) and scholarly areas of dance.
A program for students who have demonstrated strong academic ability in their undergraduate Arts studies. It consists of coursework and the preparation of a thesis.
Designed to provide students with the opportunity to undertake research on a critical issue, developing knowledge and applying research methods in their discipline area.
This course consists of a fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Communications.
A fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, or equivalent.
This course consists of a fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Creative Industries.
Designed for those students who demonstrate strong academic abilities and who wish to pursue a career in academia or research within the field of criminology and justice.
Focuses on the application of knowledge from an understanding of how materials and chemicals interact, or can be converted in some way to a more useful form, as part of a processing, production or refining process.
Includes a range of studies in Civil Engineering combined with a special focus on the impacts that engineering projects have on the environment.
Civil engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the human-made environment, including buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, dams and other large physical structures.
Computer systems engineering is the synergistic combination of electronic engineering and computer science.
While specialising in the engineering discipline areas of electronic systems, computer systems and communication systems, this double degree broadens the overall knowledge of students in areas which are complementary to their engineering skills.
Electrical power engineering is a well-established engineering discipline encompassing electrical power generation, transmission and distribution, power electronics, electromechanical systems, and renewable energy.
This course combines the fundamental engineering disciplines of electronic systems and communication systems to provide graduates with skills in all aspects of analogue and digital circuit design, and communications systems development.
Instrumentation control and automation engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic and computing engineering, with control engineering for the development of intelligent systems to automate monitoring, processing, and production.
Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical components and moving systems.
Mechatronics engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic, and computer engineering with mechanical and industrial engineering enabling the development of intelligent machines and advanced manufacturing and processing systems.
This double degree program combines the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics) Honours course with the Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports) course.
This double degree program broadens the overall knowledge of students in areas which are complementary to their technical skills.
This double degree combines a full engineering degree with a full law degree program that satisfies the academic requirements for the admission of law graduates as legal practitioners in Western Australia.
This double degree program provides students with the opportunity to become qualified engineers with a strong background in a complementary branch of applied science.
Qualifies individuals to apply a body of knowledge in a public health context to undertake professional work, and provides a pathway for research and further learning.
A fourth year of study for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Information Technology, or equivalent. The course consists of two components, the first comprising of content units, while the second takes the form of a major project.
Provides music students with an introduction to research whilst focusing on advanced practical skills. The course prepares students for entry into the music profession or as a stepping stone to further postgraduate studies in music.
This Honours program is a fourth year of study at undergraduate level, typically including some coursework units and a research thesis or project.
This course comprises of coursework units and the completion of a thesis.
Allows students to develop an understanding of the factors that affect occupational performance in areas of self-care, education, work, social participation, play and leisure for individuals, groups and populations through the lifespan.
Allows the integration and participation of highly specialised Physics-trained students in the research programs of the University, and generates highly-skilled graduates to fulfil the future needs of Australian industry, academia and government.
A fourth year of study in which students complete a research project on an agreed topic.
Enables students to explore an area of study in greater depth, as well as build research experience and further develop the skills from their undergraduate studies.
Enhances students' knowledge and research skills which can be applied in the varied professional roles in community services.
Developed for students wishing to undertake a research thesis in an area of interest related to rural, regional and remote social work practice.
Provides students with the skills necessary to assess, plan and treat people with communication and swallowing disorders in a range of different contexts.