Single subjects for you to consider
LAW532 Negotiation and Managing Conflict
Explore negotiation styles used in business environments and put these to the test to manage conflict and focus on beneficial outcomes.
BMS240 Human Molecular Genetics
Examine the broad field of genetics. You'll learn about standard Mendelian genetics, our modern understanding of molecular genetics and the central dogma.
WEL418 Case Management
Explore contemporary case management and its increasing application to diverse human service settings and organisations.
SSS077 Essay Writing 1 – Style
Develop your formal writing skills through a focus on style. Learn the basics of grammar, formality and developing complexity in academic writing, punctuation and APA referencing.
How to apply
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Collate your supporting documentation (if you need it)
If your course requires extra documentation, here's what you'll need.
- A copy of your academic transcript (if there are prerequisites).
- Evidence of Australian citizenship or permanent residency if you were born outside of Australia.
- Evidence that you meet Charles Sturt University's English Language Proficiency requirements.
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How much will it cost?
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Single Subject Study gives you flexibility without the commitment of a full degree. The program allows you to:
- study subjects that require no prerequisites, prior knowledge, or experience
- sample university, or test out a subject area
- update your professional qualifications
- build your skills or explore your passions
- prove to yourself that you are capable of university study
2020 tuition fees
Tuition fees for the Single Subject Study program are charged per subject and are the same cost for on campus or online study. Fees are payable upfront and cannot be deferred through the Australian Taxation Office HELP scheme. You will receive advice about payment options when you receive a letter of offer into the subject.
Undergraduate subject level - 1xx, 2xx, 3xx, 4xx
The domestic student undergraduate fee for each subject falls within one of three bands. These bands indicate what the cost of a subject will be.
Domestic Undergraduate Students only – determine your subject band
Start typing the subject name or subject code in the box below and select your subject from the resulting list.
Bands Cost per 8 point subject Domestic Students Band 1 $1,130 Band 1 - PSY101, PSY102 $1,130 Band 2 $1,800 Band 3 $2,010 Band 3 rate used - PSY1xx, (exclude PSY101,102 above) PSY2xx, PSY3xx, PSY4xxx $2,120 International Students International Students - All Faculties UG $3,250 Study Group Domestic Undergraduate $3,528 Study Group Domestic Undergraduate BIT $3,712
*Faculty of Education Practice Teaching subjects requiring supervision in a school environment incur an additional fee of $500.
Postgraduate Subject level - 5xx & 6xx
The Postgraduate Student Fee is based on the subject level and the Faculty in which the subject is offered.
Faculty Cost per 8 point subject Domestic Students *Arts / Education $3,000 Business & Justice Studies $3,350 Business - Study Group $3,632 Science $3,500 **Science Clinical Placement subjects $3,900 International Students All Faculties $3,550 Study Group $3,992
* Faculty of Education Practice Teaching subjects requiring supervision in a school environment incur an additional fee of $500.
** Faculty of Science Includes Clinical Placement subjects incur an additional fee of $400 (per 8 pt subject).
The published fees are for 2020 only. Fees may be adjusted in future years. Above fees are for each 8 point subject for domestic students only. Fees should be doubled for 16 point subjects.