The University of Western Australia UWA has been offering science communication qualifications since 2002.
Courses cover a broad range of topics including writing, presenting, performing, media, creating displays, consulting and practical work experience.
Offerings: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
Most courses can be undertaken in a flexible part time format to fit around work or other commitments. Students may enrol in the following programs:
Undergraduate Bachelor of Science (with a major in Science Communication)
Bachelor of Science Honours Degree Bachelor of Science (Science Communication)
Postgraduate Graduate Certificate in Science Communication
Graduate Diploma in Science Communication
Master of Science Communication and Education (Graduates are qualified to teach science in high school or work in any science-related organisation that has an education mandate. People who have completed a Graduate Diploma of Education or equivalent can apply for up to one year of credit towards this degree.)
Master of Science Communication (by research and coursework)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
For more information: http://www.science.uwa.edu.au/science_communication
Contact: Associate Professor Nancy Longnecker, Program Coordinator | nancy.longnecker [at] uwa.edu.au | +61 8 6488 3926