As a result of recent Government funding for regional students new teaching and information technology courses are being made available on the Dubbo Campus, increasing the number of study programs on offer from four to eight.
The new study programs are the:
- Bachelor of Information Technology;
- Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood);
- Bachelor of Teaching / Bachelor of Information Technology (double degree); and
- Bachelor of Teaching / Bachelor of Science (double degree).
Head of the Dubbo Campus Dr Peter Hodgson said the new study programs would provide increased opportunities for school leavers and mature age students to study in Dubbo.
“Demand for graduates from these courses is very high, and we are pleased to be able to offer them in Dubbo from next year,” Dr Hodgson said.
Dean of the Faculty of Education, Professor Bob Meyenn said graduates of the double degree programs would be “almost guaranteed” employment on completing their studies.
“There is a critical shortage of teachers in the mathematics and information technology areas, which is why these graduates will be highly sought after,” Professor Meyenn said.
Prospective students and their families and friends are welcome to attend the free course information evening to find out more about these and other CSU courses. For further information about the course information evening, please contact (02) 6884 7209.