SCHEDULE B: UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE MINIMUM ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR DEAKIN COURSES

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1 SCHEDULE B: UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE MINIMUM ADMISSION CRITERIA F DEAKIN COURSES This Schedule is pursuant to the Admission Criteria and Selection (Higher Education Courses) procedure. Approved by Academic Board on 25 September Section A: sets out minimum admission criteria for UNDERGRADUATE courses. Section B: sets out minimum admission criteria for POSTGRADUATE coursework programs. NOTES: 1. Standard and course-specific minimum admission criteria are set for undergraduate courses and postgraduate coursework programs. Course-specific variations to the standard criteria require a strong rationale based on: a. prescriptive professional accreditation criteria b. academic considerations, including specific skills needed to participate in the course or where a course is specifically designed for students from a particular background c. strategic considerations, including attraction or enablement of particular student groups or alignment with particular industry needs. 2. Meeting the minimum admission criteria does not guarantee that an applicant will be offered a place in a course (refer clause 7). 3. Formal qualifications with equivalent learning outcomes and equivalent standards of achievement (where specified) to those listed will also be accepted as a basis for admission (refer clause 9). 4. Faculty Boards may specify: a. currency of formal qualifications listed as a basis for admission (refer clause 9) b. the nature of work and/or life experience that will be considered as evidence of ability to meet the demands of the course c. discipline areas that are related to the discipline of a course. 5. Standard and course specific minimum admission criteria must always be read in conjunction with English language criteria in Schedule A. (References are to clauses of Admission Criteria and Selection (Higher Education Courses) procedure.) Acronyms used in Schedule: Acronym AHPRA APAC ASIC ATAR FTE GPA MQP STAT STAT MC VCE VIT WAM Meaning Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Australian Psychology Accreditation Council Australian Securities and Investments Commission Australian Tertiary Admission Rank Full time equivalent Grade Point Average Masters Qualifying Program Special Tertiary Admission Test Special Tertiary Admission Test Multiple Choice Victorian Certificate of Education Victorian Institute of Teaching Weighted average mark

2 Section A: Undergraduate courses minimum course admission criteria To be eligible for a place in an undergraduate course, applicants must meet the minimum English language criteria set out in Schedule A of the Procedure, and the admission criteria set out below in: Table A1 Standard minimum admission criteria for undergraduate courses Table A2 - Course-specific minimum admission criteria for undergraduate courses (to apply in place of the standard minimum admission criteria in Table A1). Table A1: Standard minimum admission criteria for undergraduate courses Course type Notes for all course types: Minimum course admission criteria Faculty Boards are responsible for approving disciplines considered to be related and for determining the criteria for relevance of work experience. This information will be clearly communicated to prospective students via public web pages. For all courses, the criteria include other qualifications at an equivalent level to the Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications stated. Work experience must be relevant to the field and level of study (as approved by the Faculty Board) and may be part-time equivalent. Associate Degree Bachelor Degree or Integrated Honours 1 Bachelor Honours Degree (end-on) 2 Senior Secondary Certificate of Education Certificate III Evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent, including Vocational Education and Training or relevant work or life experience Senior Secondary Certificate of Education with ATAR of at least 50 or equivalent Certificate IV in a related discipline Diploma in any discipline or 50% completion of Diploma in a related discipline Successful completion of relevant study equivalent to at least two Deakin University units at an accredited higher education institution Evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent, including Foundation program approved by Faculty Board, or relevant work or life experience Bachelor Degree or major in a related discipline with a WAM of at least 65 in all level 3 and level 4 Deakin units (or in final year units for awards from other providers) Other evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent 1 Integrated Honours an Honours Degree may be integrated into a Bachelor Degree with entry (i) following completion of part of a related Bachelor Degree or (ii) directly into a Bachelor Honours Degree (see Course Design and Delivery procedure, cl 26). 2 Bachelor Honours Degree (end-on) - an independent course that students enter following completion of a Bachelor Degree in a related discipline.

3 Table A2: Course-specific minimum admission criteria for undergraduate courses For full details regarding admission criteria for undergraduate courses, refer to Deakin public web pages. Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to all applicants unless specified Faculty of Arts and Education NOTE: English language criteria apply, refer to Schedule A: English language criteria for Deakin coursework programs. A221 A222 A223 A224 Diploma of Arabic Diploma of Chinese Diploma of Indonesian Diploma of Spanish Any of the standard admission criteria for Bachelor Degrees in Table A1, Current enrolment in a Bachelor Degree. E359 E377 B. Education (Primary) B. Health and Physical Education Recent secondary education: Senior Secondary Certificate of Education with ATAR of at least 70, AND for VCE entry, Units 1 and 2 of General Mathematics or Maths: Mathematical Methods or Maths: Specialist Mathematic, or Units 3 and 4 of Mathematics (any), AND completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes Other applicants: Completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes and either: other evidence of academic capability equivalent to ATAR of at least 70, Successful completion of STAT. E330 B. Education (Early Years) Recent secondary education: Senior Secondary Certificate of Education with ATAR of at least 70, AND for VCE entry: Units 1 and 2 of General Mathematics or Maths: Mathematical Methods or Maths: Specialist Mathematic, or Units 3 and 4 of Mathematics (any), AND completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes Other applicants: Completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes and either: Certificate IV in a related discipline, Diploma of Education and Care (or equivalent) with a minimum WAM of 60%, ungraded Diploma of Education and Care AND successful completion of STAT or UNITest, Other evidence of ability to meet the academic demands of the course AND successful completion of STAT or UNITest. A356 B. Creative Arts (Dance) Any of the standard admission criteria for Bachelor Degrees in Table A1, AND online audition of work presented to a satisfactory standard. A343 A345 A344 A352 A353 A359 A355 A306 A401 B. Design (3D Animation) B. Design (Digital Technologies) B. Design (Visual Communication) B. Creative Arts (Animation and Motion Capture) B. Creative Arts (Photography) B. Creative Arts (Visual Arts) B. Creative Arts (Visual Communication Design) B. International Studies (Global Scholar) B. Arts Advanced (Honours) Any of the standard admission criteria for Bachelor Degrees in Table A1, AND portfolio of work presented to a satisfactory standard. Successful completion of Senior Secondary Certificate of Education with ATAR of at least 80 or equivalent, Another of the qualifications listed in Table A1 with an equivalent standard of achievement.

4 Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to all applicants unless specified Faculty of Business and Law M312 B. Laws (LLB) Recent secondary education: See English language requirements in Schedule A. Higher Education studies: Successful completion of 4 credit points or more at an accredited higher education institution with a minimum WAM of 60 or equivalent, Achievement of at least 60% in the STAT (Multiple choice). M412 B. Laws (LLB) (Honours) Bachelor Degree or major in a related discipline with a WAM of at least 65 in all LLB units (for Deakin awards) or corresponding units (for awards from other providers), Other evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent. Faculty of Health NOTE: All Faculty of Health undergraduate courses require a STAT MC where the applicant has not completed senior secondary education (or equivalent) in the last ten years (from commencement date of the course applied for). The STAT is not required if the applicant has undertaken any tertiary study (minimum Certificate IV) within the last ten years (from commencement date of the course applied for). Applicants for nursing courses who are registered or eligible to register as an enrolled nurse are not required to sit the STAT MC. (This does not apply to end-on honours courses.) H413 B. Health and Medical Science (Honours) Any of the standard admission criteria for Bachelor Honours Degree (end-on) in Table A1, Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (H311) students who do not meet these criteria will require a minimum GAMSAT score of 60 and have successfully completed a minimum of 8 credit points of the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery. H309 B. Medical Imaging Any of the standard admission criteria for Bachelor Degrees in Table A1, PLUS: Recent secondary education: A study score of at least 25 in one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics; and a study score of at least 22 in one of Maths: Mathematical Methods (CAS) or Maths: Specialist Mathematics or a study score of at least 30 in Maths: Further Mathematics; Other applicants: Same as recent secondary education criteria (above) or equivalent, Higher Education studies: Completed bachelor degree in Mathematics, Science or Health Sciences. H421 B. Nursing (Honours) Bachelor of Nursing, AND a WAM of 65 in the final year of the degree. H430 B. Social Work (Honours) Bachelor of Social Work from Deakin, with a WAM of at least 65 in all level-3 units. H451 H452 B. Arts (Psychology) (Honours) B. Psychological Science (Honours) Bachelor degree with an approved three year major sequence in psychology obtained from Deakin with a minimum of a mid-credit (65%) in Research Methods B and ranked for selection on the basis of performance in their level-2 and level-3 Psychology core units, Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies obtained from Deakin. H455 B. Occupational Therapy (Honours) Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from Deakin, with a minimum WAM of 70 or equivalent in level-3 units. Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment S460 S461 S462 S463 S464 B. Civil Engineering (Honours) B. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honours) B. Mechanical Engineering (Honours) B. Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) B. Software Engineering (Honours) Standard admission criteria for integrated honours in Table A1, PLUS Recent secondary education: Study score of 20 in mathematical methods (any) or specialist mathematics (or equivalent). Other applicants: Other evidence of equivalent mathematical ability.

5 Section B: Postgraduate coursework programs - minimum course admission criteria To be eligible for a place in a postgraduate coursework program, applicants must meet the minimum admission criteria set out below in: Table B1 Standard minimum admission criteria for postgraduate coursework programs Table B2 - Course-specific minimum admission criteria for postgraduate coursework programs (to apply in place of the standard minimum admission criteria in Table B1). Table B1: Standard minimum admission criteria for postgraduate coursework programs Course type Minimum course admission criteria* Notes for all course types: Faculty Boards are responsible for approving disciplines considered to be related and for determining the criteria for relevance of work experience. This information will be clearly communicated to prospective students via public web pages. For all courses, the criteria include other qualifications at an equivalent level to the Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications stated. Bachelor Degree in a related discipline includes a Bachelor with a major in a related discipline. Work experience must be relevant to the field and level of study (as approved by the Faculty Board) and may be part-time equivalent. For entry from a 4 year Bachelor Degree, the specified work experience may include experience acquired as part of the degree. Graduate Certificate Bachelor Degree or higher two years relevant work experience Graduate Diploma Bachelor Degree or higher two years relevant work experience Masters Degree (Coursework) or (Extended) Professional Practice courses 3 8 credit point Masters: Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or higher in a related discipline Bachelor Honours Degree or higher in a related discipline Bachelor Degree or higher in a related discipline AND two years relevant work experience 12 credit point Masters: Bachelor Degree or higher in a related discipline Bachelor Degree or higher in any discipline AND two years relevant work experience 16 credit point Masters: Bachelor Degree or higher in any discipline Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma: five years relevant work experience Master: Bachelor Degree in any discipline AND five years relevant work experience Associated Graduate Certificate of Professional Practice 3 Professional Practice courses include the attainment of credentials that recognise achievement of learning through professional experience (see Course Design and Delivery procedure, cl 25).

6 Table B2: Course specific minimum admission criteria for postgraduate coursework programs For full details regarding admission criteria for postgraduate courses, refer to Deakin public web pages. Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to applicants who have undertaken previous Higher Education studies Faculty of Arts and Education NOTE: English language criteria apply, refer to Schedule A: English language criteria for Deakin coursework programs. E552 Grad. Cert. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Education) M. Specialist Inclusive Education E734 A540 A540F A552CD A652CD A752CD A723CD A729CD Grad. Cert. Humanitarian Leadership Grad. Cert. Humanitarian Leadership (Francophone) Grad. Cert. Strategic Studies Grad. Dip. Strategic Studies M. Arts (Strategic Studies) M. Arts (International Relations) (CDSS) M. Politics and Policy (CDSS) A759 M. Creative Arts Bachelor degree in a related discipline. E757 E554 E756 M. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Grad. Cert. Languages Teaching M. Languages Teaching Any Bachelor or Masters degree in the field of Education that is a recognised initial teacher qualification for the purposes of registration as a primary or secondary teacher in Australia. Bachelor degree (or equivalent) or higher in any discipline PLUS five years work experience in the humanitarian sector PLUS three years management experience. Foreign language proficiency requirements Grad. Cert. Humanitarian Leadership (Francophone) (A540F): DELF B2 or DALF C1 The French equivalent of IELTS is the benchmark (French language band is DELF B2 or DALF C1) and will be the standard of proficiency in the foreign language as a condition of entry. See also Any of the standard admission criteria for the relevant course type in Table B1, PLUS enrolment at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies (CDSS) (Department of Defence). Bachelor degree in Education, Bachelor degree with a major sequence in the field of Education, whether or not it is an initial teacher qualification, Bachelor degree in a related discipline in language studies, including linguistics, English language studies, or translation. Any Bachelor degree in the field of Education that is a recognised initial teacher qualification for the purposes of registration as a primary or secondary teacher in Australia, AND sufficient prior study in the language for meeting specialist area guidelines of the VIT. VIT guidelines: three quarters of a year of successful full-time higher education study in the language (major sequence in the language), or a statement of equivalence from an approved university. E590 Grad. Cert. Education Research Bachelor degree or higher in the field of Education, Bachelor degree or higher in any discipline PLUS three years relevant work experience. E730 E765 E763, E763T M. Applied Learning and Teaching M. Teaching (Primary and Secondary) M. Teaching (Secondary) Bachelor degree in a different discipline including successful completion of Major and Minor studies in at least two curriculum areas recognised by Australian schools, AND completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes. E762 M. Teaching (Primary) Bachelor degree in a different discipline, AND completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes. E761 M. Teaching (Early Childhood) Completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes and either: Bachelor degree in a different discipline, Bachelor degree in Primary or Secondary Teaching.

7 Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to applicants who have undertaken previous Higher Education studies (Faculty of Arts and Education continued) E764 M. Teaching (Primary and Early Childhood) Completion of an additional selection tool for non-academic attributes and either: Bachelor degree in a different discipline, Bachelor degree in Secondary Teaching. Faculty of Business and Law M720 M696 M. Professional Accounting Grad. Dip. Professional Accounting Bachelor Degree, major or other qualification at a higher AQF level in a related discipline, with a minimum WAM of 60, Bachelor Degree in any discipline with a minimum WAM of 60, PLUS two years relevant work experience, Successful completion of MQP* (or MQP Extended) (with a minimum overall average of 60 in the discipline units), PLUS two years relevant work experience. M794 M. Professional Accounting and Finance Bachelor Degree or other qualification at a higher AQF level in any discipline, Successful completion of MQP* (or MQP Extended) (with a minimum overall average of 60 in the discipline units and a pass grade in the communication and academic skills instruction unit). M649 Grad. Dip. Professional Accounting and Law Bachelor Degree, major or other qualification at a higher AQF level in any discipline, Successful completion of MQP* and two years relevant work experience. M749 M. Professional Accounting and Law Bachelor Degree, major or other qualification at a higher AQF level in a related discipline, and a minimum WAM of 60, Bachelor Degree in any discipline and a minimum WAM of 60, PLUS two years relevant work experience, Successful completion of MQP* (or MQP Extended) (with a minimum overall average of 60 in the discipline units), PLUS two years relevant work experience. M780 M. International Accounting Bachelor Degree or other qualification at a higher AQF level in any discipline and a minimum WAM of 65, Successful completion of MQP* (or MQP Extended) (with a minimum overall average of 70, and a minimum score of 65 in each discipline based unit). M540 Grad. Cert. Financial Planning Bachelor Degree in any discipline, At least three years relevant professional work experience that demonstrates comprehensive knowledge in a financial planning environment. M640 Grad. Dip. Financial Planning Bachelor Degree in any discipline, Graduate Certificate in any discipline, At least three years relevant professional work experience that demonstrates comprehensive knowledge in a financial planning environment. M630 Grad. Dip. International Finance Bachelor Degree in any discipline, Graduate Certificate in any discipline, At least three years relevant work experience in business or other related field, Successful completion of the MQP* (or MQP Extended). M750 M. International Finance Bachelor Degree or other qualification at a higher AQF level in any discipline, Successful completion of the MQP* (or MQP Extended), Other evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent. M511 M633 M751 M631 Grad. Cert. Property Grad. Dip. Property M. Business Administration (International) Grad. Dip. Business Administration (international) Bachelor degree in a different discipline**, Two years relevant work experience. ** Completion of a major sequence in property or real estate will classify the degree as the same discipline. Bachelor Degree or other qualification at a higher AQF level in any discipline, with a minimum WAM of 65, Successful completion of MQP* (or MQP Extended) (with a minimum overall average of 65 in the discipline units).

8 Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to applicants who have undertaken previous Higher Education studies (Faculty of Business and Law continued) M531 Grad. Cert. of Business Administration (International) Bachelor Degree in any discipline, with a minimum WAM of 65, At least two years of relevant work experience. M701 M703 M. Business Administration M. Business Administration (Healthcare Management) Bachelor degree in any discipline and three years relevant work experience, Successful completion of a MQP* and three years relevant work experience, Graduate Certificate in a related discipline and five years relevant work experience, Graduate Diploma equivalent (professional pathways). M601 Grad. Dip. Business Administration Bachelor degree in any discipline and three years relevant work experience, Successful completion of a MQP* and three years relevant work experience, Graduate Certificate in a related discipline and five years relevant work experience. M501 Grad. Cert. Business Administration Bachelor degree in any discipline and three years relevant work experience, Five years of relevant work experience. M706 Executive M. Business Administration Bachelor degree or equivalent or a higher qualification in any discipline and four years relevant work experience. Work experience must include at least three years managerial/professional experience. Foreign language proficiency requirements: Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) Level 4 with a minimum score of 210, HSK Level 5, Completed three years high school in Chinese, Completed at least four years higher education in Chinese M729 Juris Doctor Bachelor degree in different discipline with minimum WAM of 65, Bachelor degree in a different discipline with minimum WAM of 60 and two years relevant work experience, Masters degree in a different discipline. M726 M. Laws An Honours Degree or equivalent in the same discipline, Bachelor Degree or equivalent in the same discipline PLUS two years relevant work experience. * For international applicants only Faculty of Health H517 Grad. Cert. Public Health Nutrition Bachelor degree in same discipline, Graduate Certificate in same discipline, At least three years of relevant work and/or life experience. H520 Grad. Cert. Diabetes Education Bachelor degree in a related discipline. H541 Grad. Cert. Health Research Practice Bachelor degree in related discipline with a WAM of at least 65 in all level-3 and level-4 units (for Deakin awards) or final year units (for awards from other providers). Bachelor degree: should include training in research methods. H603 Grad. Dip. Psychological Science Bachelor degree in any discipline. H650 Grad. Dip. Psychology Bachelor degree with an approved three year major sequence in psychology with a minimum of a mid-credit (65%) in Research Methods B (or an equivalent unit) and a minimum WAM of 65 in all level-2 and level-3 Psychology core units (or their equivalents).

9 Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to applicants who have undertaken previous Higher Education studies (Faculty of Health continued) H644 Grad. Dip. Psychology (Pre-practice) Bachelor degree from a discipline other than psychology and two pre-requisite first year units HPS111 and HPS121 (or equivalent from another professionally accredited psychology program). H744 M. Professional Psychology Four year tertiary program with a psychology major from an APAC accredited program completed in the last 10 years with a minimum of a Honours 2A average or equivalent, AND eligibility for registration as a provisional psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. H750 H752 M. Psychology (Clinical) M. Psychology (Organisational) Four year tertiary program with a psychology major from an APAC accredited program completed in the last 10 years with a minimum of a Honours 2A average or equivalent, AND eligibility for registration as a provisional psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. Applicants with international qualifications must have these assessed as equivalent by the Australian Psychological Society. H703 M. Social Work Bachelor degree in a related discipline, with two units in human behaviour and two units in study of society. H508 Grad. Cert. Disability and Inclusion Any of the standard entry requirements for Graduate Certificate in Table B1, Certificate IV in Disability with at least three years work experience in the disability sector. H718 M. Dietetics Applicants must hold a three year Bachelor's degree or equivalent in a relevant cognate area (for example: science, health sciences, nutrition, food science, exercise science, biomedical science, allied health or nursing) within the last 10 years. Students who have completed an undergraduate degree in a relevant cognate area must demonstrate learning in Human Biosciences and Food and Nutrition Science as described below: Biochemistry content with Chemistry (0.25 EFTSL) followed by Biochemistry (0.25 EFTSL); Human Physiology content with Human Biology (0.25 EFTSL) followed by Human Physiology (0.25 EFTSL) Applicants are also required to have completed at least 4 units (equivalent to 4 Deakin credit points) of nutrition and food science study covering content relating to principles of nutrition, lifespan nutrition diet and disease and food science. H911 D. Medicine Domestic applicants A relevant Bachelor qualification completed not more than 10 years before the course commencement date, with a final GPA (weighted) of 5.0 or greater, as calculated by the Graduate Entry Medical School Admissions System, and a minimum score of 50 in each of the three sections of the Graduate Medical Schools Admission Test (GAMSAT). The score on the GAMSAT must be obtained within two years preceding the year of application. A minimum overall score of 50% at Multi-Mini Interview and scoring at least 2 out of 10 on each station. Indigenous Entry Stream applicants A relevant Bachelor or Bachelor and higher-level Postgraduate degree completed not more than 10 years before the course commencement date, and a final GPA (weighted) of 5.0 or greater. A higher level Postgraduate program may also be considered towards the GPA calculation. A minimum overall score of 50% at interview. International applicants A relevant Bachelor degree completed not more than 10 years before the course commencement date, with a final GPA (weighted) of 5.0 or greater and either: GAMSAT - A minimum score of 50 in each of the three sections of the GAMSAT, MCAT - A score of 125 or greater in each of the four sections of the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) The score on the MCAT or GAMSAT must be obtained in the two years preceding the year of application. A minimum overall score of 50% at interview.

10 Code Course title Minimum admission criteria applies to applicants who have undertaken previous Higher Education studies (Faculty of Health continued) H710 M. Optometry Bachelor of Vision Science. H743 M. Clinical Exercise Physiology Bachelor degree in relevant area with eligibility for Exercise Scientist accreditation from Exercise and Sports Science Australia and completion of 140 hours of exercise science service delivery for apparently healthy clientele. H707 M. Applied Sport Science Bachelor degree in Exercise and Sport Science or equivalent. H676 Grad. Dip. Midwifery Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent and must be a registered nurse registered with AHPRA. H771 M. Nursing Practice Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent, AND registration with AHPRA, with no conditions or restrictions. Applicants must ideally have 12 months recent clinical experience. H773 M. Nursing Practice (Nurse Practitioner) Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent, AND registration with the AHPRA, with no conditions or restrictions, and five years (FTE) experience as a registered nurse in a specialty area, and one year at an advanced practice level in the relevant specialty area of practice. Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment (SEBE) S791 S792 M. Construction Management M. Construction Management (Professional) Bachelor degree in related discipline, Bachelor degree in any discipline PLUS five years relevant work experience. S751 M. Engineering (Professional) Four year bachelor degree in related discipline (engineering), Membership of Engineers Australia, or equivalent professional body. S700 M. Architecture Bachelor degree in architecture (accredited) with a WAM (or equivalent average grade indicator) of 60, Portfolio of relevant work. S701 S711 M. Architecture (Design Management) Combined Bachelor degree in architecture (accredited) and construction management with a WAM (or equivalent average grade indicator) of 60, Portfolio of relevant work. S677 Grad. Dip. Data Analytics Bachelor degree in a related discipline. S779 S735 S535 M. Information Technology (Professional) M. Cyber Security (Professional) Grad. Cert. Cyber Security Bachelor degree in related discipline, Graduate Certificate of Information Technology or equivalent. S703 M. Landscape Architecture Bachelor degree in related discipline; with a minimum WAM of 60 Portfolio of relevant work. S772 S721 S521 M. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics M. Sustainability Grad. Cert. of Research Management Bachelor degree in related discipline with a WAM (or equivalent average grade indicator) of 60, Graduate Certificate in related discipline, Bachelor degree in any discipline PLUS three years relevant work experience.