Master degrees

Master degrees

Double trouble: how two friends stuck together to score their dream jobs

Good friends Rahul Ravindranathan and Aniruddha Deshpande didn’t know one another until they found themselves on the same journey from India to Canberra to study a Master of Energy Change. Now they’ve graduated from ANU, but the journey continues for both of them – with jobs in the local renewable energy sector.

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The Master of Biotechnology is designed with a broad range of specialist subjects, allowing you to tailor the program to suit your knowledge, interests and skills. Your studies will include topics like Molecular Gene Technology, Advanced Research Techniques and Research Project preparation skills.

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The Master of Climate Change equips you with the knowledge and understanding to tackle one of the world’s most vital challenges. It is the ideal degree if your current role intersects with climate issues and you are seeking to broaden and deepen your knowledge to move up to the next career level.

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The Master of Earth Sciences (Advanced) is a two year program that provides you with the opportunity to consider the breadth and diversity of research topics within earth sciences to find a study area you are passionate about.

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The Master of Energy Change is an interdisciplinary coursework program that allows you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests, skills and aspirations in the area of energy change. A major key to addressing climate change is the need for a worldwide change to carbon-free forms of energy production.

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The Master of Environment helps you develop the skills and knowledge to work on big environmental problems facing the world today. Delve into the complex systems and processes that shape our planet, at Australia’s leading academic research institution for Earth sciences.

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The Master of Environmental Science expands and deepens your knowledge of biological, earth and environmental or ecological environmental sciences. You will be prepared for work in research, resource management or policy roles.

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The Master of Forestry provides a unique opportunity to learn about the science, economy and society of forested landscapes and their management.

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The Master of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) enables you to upgrade your expertise in the mathematical sciences, either as a route to further study of mathematical sciences, or to upgrade your quantitative skills in areas that are rapidly becoming more reliant on advanced techniques from the mathematical sciences.

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The Master of Neuroscience is your opportunity to learn more about biology, biotechnology and policy roles in clinical medicine, biomedical science and education.

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During the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) you will work with increased independence, under the direction of a supervisory panel of experts in the field. Your research will make an original and important contribution to human knowledge, research and development.

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The Master of Science Communication combines theoretical and practical aspects of science communication, including courses on science in the media, science communication on the web, including social media, ethics, issues and consequences of science, science and public policy, and cross-cultural science communication.

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With a Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation you will have the skills required to solve the complex challenges facing the world.

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The Master of Science in Astronomy & Astrophysics covers a broad range of areas including astrophysical techniques and computing, planetary science, stellar astrophysics, galaxies and cosmology.

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The Master of Science in Biological Sciences is a versatile program that allows you to explore different fields in Biology. You can also explore related topics such as biological anthropology, ethics, health and disease, innovation and public policy, environmental change, and contemporary perspectives in environmental science.

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You will study courses from different earth science disciplines including computational geosciences, data sciences, analytical techniques, biogeochemistry, experimental petrology, geobiology, geochemistry, geochronology, geology, geophysics, ocean and climate change and planetary sciences.

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The Master of Science in Materials Science is a two year full-time (or equivalent part-time) degree that can equip you with the knowledge and skills in materials chemistry.

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In this program you can study a variety of courses tailored to your own interests and needs, ranging from pure mathematics to mathematical modelling, computational mathematics and applications of mathematics to many research areas.

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The Master of Science in Nuclear Science covers the basics of nuclear science, nuclear energy and medicine, materials analysis and dating techniques.

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The Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation & Measurement is a mix of coursework and projects, both individual research as well as group-based. You can study topics such as noise and measurement, photonic sensing systems, electronics and data analysis, scientific computing, leadership and influence, unravelling complexity, innovation, and science public policy.

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The Master of Science in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics is a two year program for those with a special interest in worlds of Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology and Statistics and how these disciplines powerfully combine.

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The Master of Science in Quantum Technology explores the frontier of quantum technology, covering topics such as unbreakable cryptography, faster computers and quantum phenomena.

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You will discover the breadth of theoretical physics, including understanding how non-linear dynamics can be applied to complex problems like understanding how neural networks work, developing crack proof quantum encryption or designing night-vision technology.

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