TAFE NSW Degrees are now available! Accounting is on offer at Ourimbah and Newcastle Campuses, Early Childhood at Glendale Campus and Engineering at Newcastle Campus. Our strong links with industry mean that these courses give you practical, career-oriented knowledge to prepare you for professional practice.
Students studying the Associate Degree of Accounting will develop practical skills and comprehensive knowledge in accounting, tax, finance, statistics, marketing and law. This Degree is delivered both at Ourimbah Campus on the Central Coast and Newcastle Campus in Tighes Hill.
The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) offers the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in early childhood theory and pedagogy; professional practice and leadership; curriculum content development and design; care and wellbeing of the child within a social context; and society and culture. This Bachelor Degree is delivered in our state-of-the-art facility at Glendale Campus, purpose built for early childhood education.
The Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to design, develop, install, commission, maintain, repair and/or decommission renewable/sustainable energy technology solutions. While the program covers the range of technologies across the renewable energy spectrum, students will choose to specialise in either electrical or mechanical/civil engineering.
Fees for students enrolled in TAFE NSW Degrees are charged on a per-subject basis for domestic students and on a per-year basis for international students. The fees charged vary between courses so it is important that you read your course information carefully before registering. FEE-HELP is also available for TAFE NSW Degrees. Please read the FEE-HELP Information booklet for full details.
For more information about credit arrangements, visit the TAFE NSW website. You can also refer to the Career Pathways booklet.