This flexibly-structured online course provides specialist study for those involved or interested in the production and distribution of timber and wood products or the design, construction, maintenance and management of timber-rich buildings and structures.
It focuses strongly on the requirements of sustainable construction and production practice, especially practice relevant to Australian conditions.
It can be completed part-time and largely online, from work or home. Each unit has an introductory block followed by 10 weeks of lectures, tutorials and assignments.
Thinking of applying?
A brochure answering Frequently Asked Questions about this four-unit course is attached. Please circulate it or this email to interested staff and colleagues.
This is a Commonwealth-supported course. Fees for domestic students studying in 2011 are approximately $1,000 per unit. Fees for international students are higher. A domestic student is a student who is an Australian citizen, a New Zealand citizen or the holder of a permanent Visa.
How to apply
The preferred means of applying to the University of Tasmania for domestic students is via the Apply-by-web facility at: www.futurestudents.utas.edu.au/index.asp.
Developing this course had support from Forest and Wood Products Australia.
Contact: UTAS School of Architecture & Design
T. 03 6324 4488 | E. [email protected]