Masters Degree: provides a mastery or high-order overview of a relevant field of study or area of professional practice. Typically they involve two years of study after a Bachelor Degree, or one year of study after a Bachelor Degree (Honours). The Masters Degree may be offered in three formats:
Coursework Masters: consists of coursework, project work and research in varying combinations. Entry typically requires prior completion of a Bachelor Degree, a Bachelor Degree (Honours) or a Graduate Diploma.
Research Masters: consists of at least two-thirds research with a substantial thesis, which is often externally assessed. Entry normally requires a Bachelor Degree (Honours) or Masters preliminary year, a research-based Graduate Diploma or equivalent research experience.
Professional Masters: may consist of a work-based project. Entry requires a relevant qualification and professional experience, or extensive relevant professional experience.