based on 4 students ratings
I was looking for a college to join after my high school and pursue the field of Literature in Australia but most of the private universities were very costly while this university is relatively cheap and has a good retention rate and also the course curriculum is very good. So I filled up the application and I did not pay any cost for the application form.
The course is focused on making us understand various cultural heritages through the study of English literature and writing. My course also teaches me the critical thinking, atheistic evaluation and the art of verbal expression.
Online with a mixture of on campus. So if I miss a class I can catch up online opposed to missing out altogether and falling behind. For example, if I'm working late I can go home and listen to my recorded class.
It's okay. I don't really have an opinion since it's changed. The previous content was terrible and felt unstructured. Although the new content feels rushed and constructive feedback is not wanted. It needs improvement.
The University of Southern Queensland was the closest uni to my hometown that offered the astronomy course, the next closest was Canberra and I wasn't ready to move that far away from home. Other places like Griffith and UQ only offered physics degrees.
The course curriculum so far for astronomy is really good. The courses you are required/recommended to undertake are always related to some field of astronomy, so you are never doing anything that you don't particularly like.
I chose this university because of the proximity to my parents (same town), because it was cheaper than other schools, and because it has the highest graduate employment rate in the state. Also, the program I enrolled in looked awesome. And it is.
The current course curriculum is very good as it is highly varied and broad, with sections of specialization. For example, in anthropology, each subject covers a broad topic, such as the study or religions and beliefs, and within that, there are specific case studies.