|Campus||Course code||Fee type||Pattern of |
|Course start date|
|City||609605||CSP||3F/EqP||84.80||19 Feb 2018|
Assumed knowledge: Any two units of English.
Areas of study: Technological fluency and computational thinking, creating value in problem solving and inquiry, inter-and transdisciplinary practices, resilient practices within complex systems, imaginative and ethical citizenship.
Practical experience: Students complete an internship in the second year of the course that provides opportunities for mentored professional experience and sustained engagement in an industry context. This is additional to the integrated real-world projects and industry exposure provided throughout the course.
Career opportunities: Technology policy analyst, research assistant/analyst for think tanks, researcher or analyst for non-government organisations (NGOs), technical advisor, creative technologist, systems designer, application designer, digital experience designer, project manager, technical developer, social entrepreneur, innovation change manager.
Graduates of this course can engage in a broad range of technology-related careers. This degree is also for students who have the desire to become strategic influencers in technology-related roles.
Additional information: This course prepares students interested in the imaginative development, and novel application of digital technology for a range of roles in creative, management and technical fields.
Offered for the first time in 2017, this degree is a direct response to industry demand for graduates working at the intersection of technology, creativity and innovation.
Students explore past, present and future technology scenarios from social, technical and creative perspectives and work with industry partners to tackle complex, real-life projects. Working on diverse challenges, students develop proficiency in sense-making, critical thinking, dealing with complexity, creative problem solving and persuasive story‑telling.
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An Australian first, the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation (FTDi) offers degrees that encompass critical and creative thinking, problem solving, data and digital technologies, invention, innovation and entrepreneurship. Transdisciplinary practices are characterised by learning or research that transgresses disciplinary practice, and creates new synergies with participants from different disciplines, collaborating to generate innovative and novel approaches to complex applied problems.
Designed for radical and curious thinkers, the FTDi degrees are a direct response to industry demand for graduates working at the intersection of technology, creativity and innovation. Courses are based on extensive research into the economy of the future and consultation with industry, ensuring that students gain the adaptability, resilience and entrepreneurial spirit they need to thrive in their future careers. Students will benefit from collaborative learning and will have the opportunity to engage with real world client briefs and live projects. Students will also complete an internship as a component of both the BCII and BTI degrees.
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UTS cross-faculty and combined courses
UTS offers many cross-faculty courses and combined courses in the areas of Arts and Social Sciences, Business, Design, Engineering and Information Technology, Health, Law and Science.
UTS also offers a B Creative Intelligence and Innovation and a B Arts in International Studies in each discipline area.
UTS offers courses in the following discipline areas:
– Arts and Social Sciences (Communication, Education, International Studies)
– Design, Architecture and Building
– Engineering and Information Technology
– Transdisciplinary Innovation.