What is a Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies?
A diploma at university is an undergraduate qualification and is the perfect introductory degree to give you a taste of university life. A Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies is more detailed than a certificate but less comprehensive and faster to complete than an associate degree or bachelor degree.
At UniSQ, you can choose from eight different specialisations.
Business and Commerce – Begin your introduction to business studies and develop your English, analysis and mathematics skills. Select your courses based on your personal and career goals and choose to study marketing, accounting, economics, law or finance.
Construction – Develop your knowledge and skills in construction management, engineering and the built environment. Continue your studies and use your Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies qualification as a stepping-stone into UniSQ’s Bachelor of Construction (Honours).
Creative Arts – Sample Creative Arts specialisations such as Music, Theatre, Creative Media and Visual Arts courses, all while developing transferable skills in writing, mathematics and IT.
Engineering – Discover what studying engineering is like at the university education level. An Engineering specialisation within the Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies will enable you to strengthen your skills in problem solving, math and physics.
Indigenous Community Development – Commence your career in social services by gaining an understanding of the key issues, principles and theories that impact Indigenous communities. Choose to study a variety of courses within history, Indigenous literacies, anthropology or community welfare.
Science – A science diploma at university will introduce you to bite-size courses in a variety of fields to help you decide which science specialisation is right for you. At UniSQ you can sample four courses from a number of science areas including astronomy, biology, maths and psychology. You can even use your Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies qualification to gain direct entry into the Bachelor of Science.
Social Science – Explore social sciences, ethical issues and human rights, psychology or anthropology during your Diploma of Multidisciplinary Studies. If you choose to expand your knowledge further after completing your Social Science diploma, you will be eligible for entry into UniSQ’s Bachelor of Human Services.
Spatial Science – Enhance your understanding of Spatial Science at the university level by exploring exciting courses focused on Surveying, Urban and Regional Planning and Engineering and Spatial Science applications.
Still unsure what specialisation is best for you? Get in touch with one of our iconnect support staff to talk through your options.