Physical Education and Outdoor Education
Courses suited to recreational and elite sportspeople and all who are interested in the theory and practice of sports. Physical Education overview of courses, Exercise Science, Outdoor Education.
See Other Opportunities at the bottom of this table for links to special PE programs: Adventure Plus, Elite Sports Program
Outdoor Recreation C 2019.pdf ( 1.1 MB)
ESP Sports Development 2019.pdf ( 1.3 MB)
Sport Recreation & Leadership 2019.pdf ( 788.7 KB)
PE Studies 2019.pdf ( 1.0 MB)
Health & Wellbeing 2019.pdf ( 444.6 KB)
Outdoor Education ( 921.8 KB)
Exercise Science 2019 ( 391.6 KB)
Technology, including IT, Applied Studies, Tourism
Vocational and theoretical courses in a wide range of technologies including Metal Engineering A, Hospitality Industry C, Food for Life A, Automotive Technology A, Furniture Making A, Design and Emerging Technologies, Textiles and Fashion, IT, Business Services A, Tourism & Event Management A.
Hospitality C ( 767.6 KB)
Design Technology & Graphics Industrial Design ( 583.8 KB)
Design Technology & Graphics Architecture ( 658.5 KB)
Social & Community Work A ( 1.1 MB)
Food For Life A ( 657.0 KB)
Tourism & Event Management A ( 641.4 KB)
Business Administration A ( 494.9 KB)
Information Technology (IT) A/T ( 982.4 KB)
Metal Engineering A ( 528.0 KB)
Furniture Construction C ( 790.7 KB)
Automotive A ( 582.3 KB)
English, Languages, History and ESL
English A, English T, English as another Language or Dialect (ESL), Geography, Global Studies, and History, courses for students at all levels of ability plus choose other Language courses from Spanish, Japanese or Chinese.
Traditional science courses - Biology T, Chemistry T, Physics T, - plus broad based Earth and Environmental Science T.
Human Biology 2019.pdf ( 472.2 KB)
Sociology ( 615.3 KB)
Psychology ( 555.2 KB)
Senior Science A ( 1.1 MB)
Earth & Environmental Science ( 441.8 KB)
Physics ( 772.7 KB)
Chemistry ( 510.0 KB)
Biology ( 422.6 KB)
Five Mathematics courses, with four offered at university preparation level - Mathematics T - and two Mathematics A courses - allow for all ability levels in this subject.
The Arts faculty offers the performing arts including Drama, Dance and Music. Also offered are creative arts such as Visual Art, Media and Photography.
Commerce, Legal and Social Sciences
Commerce courses include Accounting, Business and Economics T.
Social Science courses include Geography, Legal Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Social & Community Work A.
Programs and activities which can enhance college experiences and create opportunities for the future include: international conferencing with Global Classroom, work readiness with Vocational Courses, using athletic training as learning in the Elite Sports Program (by application), working with highly motivated peers in the Sustainability program and extending Outdoor Education through Adventure PLUS (by application).
H Courses are offered to students via the ANU extension program. Subjects in 2020 include: Astrophysics, Biodiversity, Chemistry, Discovering Engineering, Physics, Japanese Language, Continuing Chinese, Performing Indonesian Language, Specialist Mathematics.
Global Classroom ( 119.6 KB)
Adventure Plus ( 638.9 KB)
Elite Sports Application ( 333.3 KB)
Elite Sports Program ( 1.3 MB)
Vocational Education ( 229.6 KB)
VET ( 91.6 KB)
Student Services Overview ( 215.7 KB)