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Postgraduate course information

UTS: Transdisciplinary Innovation offers a range of master's degrees, graduate diplomas and graduate certificates by coursework. In addition, doctoral and research master's (by thesis) programs are also offered.

Further information and general inquiries on postgraduate course information is available from the UTS Student Centre.

Recognition of prior learning

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be granted on the basis of previous studies at another university or other recognised tertiary educational institution in the form of subject exemptions if the subjects previously studied are deemed by UTS: Transdisciplinary Innovation to be equivalent to those specified for their course.

RPL is not granted for subjects taken more than five years prior to the first session of study in the relevant UTS: Transdisciplinary Innovation course, unless there is evidence through work experience that the knowledge has remained current.

Students are to apply for RPL at enrolment in their first session of study. RPL is only granted in exceptional circumstances after this time.

Students should note that exemptions given in one course at UTS are not necessarily transferred to another course at UTS after a successful internal course transfer has occurred.

Graduate certificates

Exemptions are not permitted.

Graduate diplomas and master's degrees

A maximum of 12 credit points of unspecified exemptions may be considered under CBK91256 Elective (Data Science and Innovation). Exemptions are granted only on the basis of prior postgraduate study at an Australian university, or at a recognised overseas institution deemed to be equivalent to an Australian university. The maximum amount of credit allowed by UTS: Transdisciplinary Innovation for RPL is one third of the total course credit point requirement for a postgraduate course.

Progression

Postgraduate students may be excluded from further study at the university if they fail more than 50 per cent of the total number of enrolled credit points from the commencement of the course.

Postgraduate students may also be excluded from a course if they exceed the maximum time allowed for completion of the course. (see rule 10.5)

Electives

Students are not permitted to take an elective subject that covers substantially the same material as a required subject or a subject already undertaken. Postgraduate students may undertake a maximum of one approved undergraduate subject as an elective.