university technology sydney

Faculties and Schools at

UTS is based in CBD Sydney, NSW. Enrollment  is approximately at 20,000 undergrad and 9000 postgrad students The list of courses below is incomplete, it offers a quick view of academic topics available at the University of Technology, Sydney UTS. Please visit faculty webpages shown here for updated and comprehensive list of courses on offer at undergraduate Bachelor, Master, Ph.D, Doctorate level courses. For other degree courses, click the HOME link.


  • Accounting
  • Graduate School of Business
  • Finance and Economics
  • Management
    Bachelor of Arts in Adult Education and Community Management 
    Bachelor of Business
    Bachelor of Management in Events and Leisure
    Bachelor of Management in Tourism
    Bachelor of Management in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Marketing
  • Leisure, Sport and Tourism



  • Journalism
  • Information and Knowledge Management
  • Information and Media
  • Communication Management
  • Media Arts and Production
  1.  information and media
  2. media arts and production
  3. public communication
  4.  journalism
  5. social inquiry
  6. sound and music design
  7. writing and cultural studies
  • Social Inquiry
  • Sound and Music Design
  • Public Communication
  • Writing and Cultural Studies / Writing

Design, Architecture and Building

* Undergraduate courses:

  • Architecture
  • Construction Project Management
  • Property Economics
  • Design

* Postgraduate courses:

  • Architecture
  • Animation
  • Design
  • Planning
  • Property Development
  • Project Management


*Undergraduate course:

  • Adult Education
  • Organisational Learning
  • Primary Education

*Postgraduate course:

  • Secondary Education
  • Literacy &  Numeracy
  • Adult Education
  • TESOL and Applied Linguistics
  • Masters programs
  • Higher research degrees

Eight majors are offered:

  • General
  • Civil Engineering with specializations in:
    • Structural
    • Construction
  • Civil and Environmental
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Information & Communication Technologies Engineering (ICT Eng) with specialisations in:
    • Computer Systems,
    • Software Engineering or
    • Telecommunications
  • Innovation (taken in conjunction with one of  other majors)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering


  • Environmental Sciences
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Chemistry and Forensic Science
  • Medical and Molecular Biosciences
  • Physics and Advanced Materials

Information Technology

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice
  • Bachelor of Mathematics and Computing.

International Studies


Nursing, Midwifery and Health

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