Master of Science (Geophysics)
|Study method||Full-time or part-time|
|Duration||2 year full-time|
This course offers a solid grounding and practical training in a wide range of geophysical exploration methods, including data acquisition, processing, and interpretation. During your study you will have hands-on experience using industry standard equipment and software. You will also become more familiar with recent geophysical developments through a range of coursework units and investigative projects. After successful completion of the first year you can exit with a Graduate Diploma in Geophysics.
This course is not eligible for Commonwealth Support, however additional Australian government income support may be available for eligible students. Please refer to the Study Assist website and contact the Student Services team for more details.
Entry requirements for Australian and New Zealand students
You must have a bachelor degree in science and have achieved competency in geophysics or a related discipline to the level of second year tertiary study.
Please note: this course is not suitable for students who have completed the Bachelor of Science (Geophysics) (Honours) at Curtin.
Fees for Australian and New Zealand students
|2017||Domestic fee paying Domestic fee-paying - A domestic fee-paying place is a place at university which is not Commonwealth supported, that is, not subsidised by the Australian Government. Domestic fee paying students will be charged tuition fees and may be eligible for FEE-HELP assistance for all or part of those tuition fees.||$26,900*|
Fees are indicative first year only.
* Based on a first-year full-time study load of 200 credits. 400 credits are needed to graduate from this course. The total cost will depend on your course options (i.e. units selected and time taken to complete).
The Commonwealth Public Service Board accepts this course as satisfying its requirements for appointment as a professional geophysicist. A degree in geophysics satisfies the academic requirements for membership to the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, theAustralasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (USA) and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers.
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