Degree courses on offer at the Shoalhaven campus include the list below. Each degree can be fully completed at the Shoalhaven Campus unless otherwise stated in the key.
Law, Humanities & the Arts
- Bachelor of Arts
Majors in*: Community, Culture and Environment; English Literatures; History; Indigenous Studies; Sociology
*completion of full majors at Shoalhaven campus is subject to availability at time of enrolment.
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Commerce (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Commerce - TAFE Advanced Diploma
- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Economics and Finance
- Bachelor of Social Science
- Bachelor of Social Science (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Master of Teaching (Primary)
- Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Science, Medicine & Health
** For the first 18 months, students can be placed at the Shoalhaven Campus.
There are many preparation and pathway programs that will develop the necessary skills to get you into university. It doesn't matter whether you have recently completed year 12 and gained an ATAR, have completed alternative studies or have limited previous study experience. No matter what your background, there is a pathway to UOW for you.
University Access Program at the Shoalhaven Campus
The University Access Program (UAP) Shoalhaven is a 14 week part-time preparation program designed by the Wollongong College Australia (WCA) for students who want to enter University.
Vocational Qualification at the Shoalhaven Campus
The Certificate IV in Ageing Support will provide you with skills to complete specialised tasks and functions in aged services; either in residential, home or community based environments. This qualification will enable you to work in residential facilities, carry out activities to maintain personal care for people in an aged care setting, demonstrate leadership and have limited responsibility for the organisation and the quantity and quality of outputs of others within limited parameters, take responsibility for your own outputs within defined organisational guidelines and maintain quality service delivery through the development, facilitation and review of individualised service planning and delivery.
The Certificate IV in Community Services will provide you with skills to design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/or groups and provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual clients, groups or communities across a range of services. This qualification will enable you to work in a community development framework in a range of community settings, case work or case management contexts and may involve counselling, effective communications, implementing community interventions, advocating for clients and delivering programs that enrich the wellbeing of individuals and groups. The Certificate IV in Community Services will also enable you to work autonomously with limited responsibility within established parameters and may enable you to supervise and lead other workers in projects or teams.
- Spring Seminar Lit Review - Arts / Soc / Bus / SOWK
- Spring Seminar Writing Creatively - Arts / Bus / Bus / SOWK
- Spring Seminar Notes 6- Nursing
- Spring Seminar Notes 7- Nursing
- Spring Seminar Notes 8 - Nursing
- Developing a Critical Argument
AIME Mentoring Program
For more information contact:
Layne Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org