This page provides information on how to select courses for your semester study abroad in Australia. Please start by reading the Important Notes, and then select your specific program for further instructions.

Important Notes

Read this first

  • For students that have already applied, the courses you pick at this stage are for pre-approval. You are not actually signing up at this time and you will not work with the university timetable until your arrival at orientation.
  • ALWAYS choose at least 6-8 courses in order to have enough to select from in the event you do not fulfill pre-requisites or that courses overlap on the timetable.
  • Make sure to review your course selections with your academic advisor in order to ensure that your credits will transfer back to your home university.

About the Courses (Units)

  • Courses are not set in stone. You will be able to make changes to your initial list throughout the enrollment process.
  • Although courses do not change tremendously from year-to-year, please be aware that you may need to make additional selections once units are officially published, past when courses are submitted.
  • Typical course load: 30-40 credit points (Most courses are 10 Australian credits / 3-5 US credits)
  • Normal courses enrolled in: 3 – 4 courses (30-40 Australian credits / 12 – 16 US credits)
  • According to student visa regulations, students are allowed to take only one online course. However, some US institutions do not allow study abroad students to take any online courses. You may also be ineligible for financial aid should you take an online class. Please check with your home university including the financial aid office prior to enrolling in an online class. TEAN does not recommend students enroll in an online course as your primary focus for the semester is academic prosperity and that is best accomplished with face to face lecture.

 Course Level

Generally when you view courses you’ll see them organized by 1000-4000 levels, however this can vary depending on the university.

  • 1000-level course is the equivalent of a 200-level/sophomore level US course.
  • 2000-level course is the equivalent of a 300-level/junior level US course.
  • 3000-level course is the equivalent of a 400-level/senior level US course. (Note: These 
courses require a high level of competency and you will most likely need to fulfill 
numerous pre-requisites.)
  • 4000-level + courses are graduate level and for the most part, are not open to study 
abroad students.

How to submit Your courses to TEAN

  1. Meet with an advisor at your home university to make sure your courses are approved.
  2. Email your TEAN Program Manager if you require any syllabi for pre-approval.
  3. Submit your course selections on your TEAN online application.

Bond University

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the Bond University online course catalog.
  2. 2. Select the term you are attending and “Display only Study Abroad subjects”
  3. Search by subject keyword or filter by study area.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Bond. Use the course codes listed to search for subjects in each field of study. To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the Bond online course catalog.

Actuarial Science – ACSC
Architecture and Built Environment – ARCH, SSUD
Business and Commerce – ACCT, BUSN, ECON, ENFB, FINC, IBUS, INFT, MGMT, MKTG, SPMT, STAT
Communication and Creative Media (and Language) – ADVT, CHNL, COMN, FITV, FRNL, GAME, JOUR, JPNL, MMDE, PUBR, SPNL
Health Sciences – BMED, HPER, NUTR, SPEX, SPMT
Hotel and Tourism – HTRM, SPMT,
International Relations and Humanities – AUST, INTR, PHIL,
Law – LAWS
Medicine – BMED, SPEX
Social Sciences, Psychology, Counseling – BVMT, CORE, COUN, CRIM, PSYC
Sport – SPEX, SPMT
Sustainability – SDEM


Popular Courses

Business
January Semester May Semester September Semester
ACCT11-100: Accounting Principles  ACCT11-100: Accounting Principles  ACCT11-100: Accounting Principles 
ECON11-100: Principles of Economics  ACSC12-200: Mathematical Statistics  ACSC12-200: Mathematical Statistics 
FINC11-101: Fundamentals of Finance  ECON11-100: Principles of Economics  ECON11-100: Principles of Economics 
FINC11-101: Fundamentals of Finance  ECON12-201: Markets and Corporate Behaviour 
HRTM12-214: Adventure Tourism  FINC11-101: Fundamentals of Finance 
HRTM12-220: Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Culture  IBUS12-250: International Business 
IBUS12-250: International Business  MKTG13-303: Market Research and Analysis  HRTM12-201: International Food and Beverage Management 
MKTG13-320: Strategic Marketing  HRTM12-214: Adventure Tourism 
MGMT13-305: Human Resource Management  SPMT11-126: The Business of eSports  IBUS12-250: International Business 
MGMT13-321: Negotiation  STAT11-111: Business Statistics 
MKTG13-301: International Marketing  MGMT11-201: Responsible and Sustainable Business 
MGMT13-305: Human Resource Management 
STAT11-111: Business Statistics  MGMT13-321: Negotiation 
  MKTG13-301: International Marketing 
  MKTG13-303: Market Research and Analysis 
 
  MKTG13-320: Strategic Marketing 
 
  SPMT11-126: The Business of eSports 
  SPMT12-103: Sport Communication 
  SPMT12-124: International Sport Business 
  STAT11-111: Business Statistics 
Communications & Media
January Semester May Semester September Semester
ADVT11-100: Introduction to Advertising  ADVT11-100: Introduction to Advertising  ADVT11-100: Introduction to Advertising 
COMN11-101: Introduction to Communication  COMN11-101: Introduction to Communication  ADVT13-101: Advertising, Branding and Popular Culture 
COMN11-102: Strategic Speaking and Writing  COMN11-102: Strategic Speaking and Writing  COMN11-101: Introduction to Communication 
COMN12-203: Mass and Popular Media  FITV11-110: Screenwriting Short Fiction  COMN11-102: Strategic Speaking and Writing 
COMN12-302: Digital Media and Society  FITV11-120: Image, Photography and Visual Design  COMN12-203: Mass and Popular Media 
FITV11-120: Image, Photography and Visual Design  FITV12-201: Directing Actors  COMN12-204: Intercultural Communication
FITV11-140: Live Television Broadcasting  FITV12-202: Cinematography Style and Design  COMN12-302: Digital Media and Society 
FITV12-203: Screen Editing  FITV11-110: Screenwriting Short Fiction 
FITV12-211: Sex, Love and the Movies  FITV11-120: Image, Photography and Visual Design 
JOUR11-101: Australian Media Futures 
FITV11-140: Live Television Broadcasting 
  FITV12-201: Directing Actors 
  FITV12-202: Cinematography Style and Design 
  FITV12-211: Sex, Love and the Movies 
  JOUR11-101: Australian Media Futures 
Health
January Semester May Semester September Semester
NUTR11-101: Food, Nutrition and Health  BMED12-123: Global Health Issues  BMED12-123: Global Health Issues 
NUTR11-101: Food, Nutrition and Health 
NUTR12-101: Sport and Exercise Nutrition 
SPEX11-104: Sport, Health and Exercise Psychology 
Humanities & Social Sciences
January Semester May Semester September Semester
COUN13-102: Understanding and Changing Human Behaviour  PSYC11-116: Love, Sex and Relationships  COUN13-102: Understanding and Changing Human Behaviour 
CRIM11-100: Introduction to Crime and Justice  PSYC12-202: Positive Well-Being  CRIM11-100: Introduction to Crime and Justice 
CRIM11-114: Media Criminology  PHIL11-101: Introduction to Philosophy   
PHIL11-101: Introduction to Philosophy  PHIL12-203: Buddhist Philosophy 
PHIL12-203: Buddhist Philosophy PSYC11-116: Love, Sex and Relationships 
PSYC11-116: Love, Sex and Relationships 
PSYC12-225: Cross-Cultural Psychology 
International Studies
January Semester May Semester September Semester
AUST11-103: Australia: Surviving Colonialism and Beyond  CHNL11-101: Chinese Language and Culture AUST11-103: Australia: Surviving Colonialism and Beyond 
AUST11-105: Australia: Culture and Identity  AUST11-105: Australia: Culture and Identity 
CHNL11-101: Chinese Language and Culture  CHNL11-101: Chinese Language and Culture 
INTR11-100: Introduction to International Relations  INTR11-100: Introduction to International Relations 
Science
January Semester May Semester September Semester
SPEX11-113: Functional Anatomy BMED11-206: Microbiology 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Deakin offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

January Semester May Semester September Semester
BUSN12-200: Responsible and Sustainable Organisations  ARCH10-126: Designing for Sustainable Futures BUSN12-200: Responsible and Sustainable Organisations 
HRTM12-220: Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Culture BUSN12-200: Responsible and Sustainable Organisations  MGMT11-201: Responsible and Sustainable Business 
SDES11-109: Marine and Coastal Environments (   SSUD11-102: Sustainable Development and Society 
SSUD11-102: Sustainable Development and Society    SSUD11-105: Land Economy and the Environment
SSUD11-105: Land Economy and the Environment   

Deakin University

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the Deakin University online course catalog.
  2. You can search by keyword for classes or by unit code or title (popular fields of study and unit codes are listed below).
  3. You can click on any of the classes to view more details and see when it’s offered. Confirm that your course is offered in your semester (Trimester 1 is March – June; Trimester 2 is July – 
October). Be sure that you also note if the course has any prerequisite requirements.
  4. Ensure you are taking courses offered at the Burwood campus. This is the main campus in Melbourne. Please note that Deakin’s Geelong Campus is approximately one hour away from the main campus.
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”. 

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Deakin. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the Deakin University online course catalog.

Business – MMM, MPM, MIS
Education and Teaching – ECA, ECE, EDU
Engineering and Design – SEV, SEMl, SIT, SEB
Food, Nutrition and Dietetics – HSN, SLE, ADS
Media, Communication and Creative Arts – AIS, ACO, ACX
Science – ESS, HSE, ECE
Sport – MMS, HSE, EEH


Popular Courses

Deakin has a list of classes that do not have prerequisites and are available to study abroad students. The list can be found here.

Business 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
  MAE203: The Global Economy 
 Communications & Media 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
AIS101: Intercultural Communication  ACC302: Advertising: Desire, Consumption, and the Attention Economy 
 Environment 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
HSN105: Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems  AIP245: Environmental Politics 
 Health 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
HSN307: Sports Nutrition: Theory and Practice  AST205: Sport, Bodies, Action 
HSE111: Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSH207: Socio-economic Status and Health 
  MMS201: Sport in Society 
 Humanities & Social Sciences 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
ASS204: Doing Urban Anthropology  ASC287: Love, Sex and Relationships 
ASP108: Critical Thinking  ASP129: Love, Sex and Death 
  HDS210: Diversity at Work 
 International Studies 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
AIX290: Australia Today: An Introduction to Australia  AIH288: Colonial Encounters: From Invasion to Federation 
AIR202: Australia and the Changing Asia-Pacific   
IND101: Introduction to Aboriginal Studies   
Visual, Performing Arts, & Design 
Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
ACI102: Digital Photography  ADD101: Design Thinking 
SET111: Sustainable Design   
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Deakin offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Trimester 1  Trimester 2 
ECE220: Science and Environmental Awareness for Young Children  SLE121: Environmental Sustainability 
HSH724: Healthy Cities and Urban Communities  AIP245: Environmental Politics 
MAE305: Energy, Environment and Sustainability   
SLE103: Ecology and Environment   
SLE107: Marine Environments   
SLE151: Biodiversity – A Global Perspective   

Griffith University

How to find Courses

  1. Visit the Griffith University online course catalog.
  2. On the left hand side, filter courses by: 
    1. Location: Gold Coast (or you may choose to attend GU’s Nathan campus – please let your program manager know if this is your preference)
    2. Level of study: Undergraduate
    3. Study mode: You may select courses listed as “Face to face”, “Mixed mode”, or “Blended”. Your student visa only allows one fully Online course, at most. Because the Blended study mode was newly added, there isn’t the option to filter, so you should leave this section unchecked.
    4. Commencing: Trimester 1 (February – June) or Trimester 2 (July – October)
  3. You can type a keyword into the search bar and press “search”.
  4. When you click on a subject, review the description and ensure you meet any prerequisite requirements and that the course is not restricted.
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Griffith. Use the course codes listed to search for courses in each field of study. To search for courses in these fields, refer back to the Griffith online course catalog.

Business and Government – AFE, THS, EHR, IBA, MKT, GBS, NRS
Criminology, Law and Political Science – CCJ, LAW, EHR, AFE, GIR, LHS, ENV, HSV, IBA
Education – EDN
Engineering and IT – ENG, ENV, NSC, ICT
Environment, Planning, and Architecture – ENV
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Languages – LHS, GFS, QCA, GFS, QCM
Medicine and Health – MED, MSC, NSC, PHM, AHS, NRS
Music – QCM
Science – NSC, MED, PHM, CCJ,
Visual and Creative Arts – GFS, QCA


Popular Courses

Business
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
3307AFE: International Economics  2201AFE: Corporate Finance 
1007GBS: The Future of Work  2281ENV: Economics and the Environment 
1008GBS: Business Decision-Making  1006THS: Tourism Systems 
1007THS: Tourism, Travel and Technology 
Communications & Media
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
1506LHS: Communication and Culture  1506LHS: Communication and Culture 
2506LHS: Global Journalism, Media and Communication  2508LHS: Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
Education
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
1399EDN: Education and Society  2305EDN: Understanding Adolescence and Adolescents 
Engineering
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
1701ENG: Creative Engineering  1022ENG: Engineering Design Practice 
2502ENG: Mechanical Engineering Design  1501ENG: Engineering Mechanics 
3101ENG: Structural Analysis  3113ENG: Civil Engineering Design Project 
Environment
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2315ENV: Urban Ecology and Biodiversity  1007ENV: Introduction to Marine Science 
3110MED: Climate Change and Public Health  2803ENV: Marine Chemical Ecology and Biotechnology 
3160MED: Environmental Health Management  2659QCA: Sustainable Environments 
1043SCG: Introduction to Environmental Sustainability 
 
Health
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2004AHS: Exercise, Health and Disease  2220AHS: Food Science 
2085EDN: Sport Psychology  2010PSY: Health Psychology 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2028IBA: Disruption in the 4th IR in Asia  2015CCJ: Gender, Crime and Justice 
3017IBA: Crime, Business and Politics in Asia  3008GIR: Human Rights in World Politics 
2101LHS: Australia and the World  2106LHS: Writing Across Cultures 
  2715LHS: Conflict, Displacement and Human Rights 
International Studies
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2032HSV: First Peoples and Social Justice  2034LHS: Aboriginal Political Histories 
2101LHS: Australia and the World 
Science
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
1006MSC: Foundational Anatomy and Physiology  2307ESC: Analytical and Statistical Mechanics 
2009CCJ: Statistics for Social Research  1042SCG: Genetics and Evolutionary Biology 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2663QCA: Creative Audio  1537QCA: Design Histories and Futures 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Griffith offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Trimester 1 (February-June) Trimester 2 (July-October)
2315ENV: Urban Ecology and Biodiversity 2015CCJ: Gender, Crime and Justice
2315ENV: Urban Ecology and Biodiversity 2281ENV: Economics and the Environment
2032HSV: First Peoples and Social Justice 2803ENV: Marine Chemical Ecology and Biotechnology
3110MED: Climate Change and Public Health 3008GIR: Human Rights in World Politics
3160MED: Environmental Health Management 2715LHS: Conflict, Displacement and Human Rights
1043SCG: Introduction to Environmental Sustainability 2659QCA: Sustainable Environments
Unique Opportunities

International College of Management, Sydney

How to find Courses

  1. The ICMS course handbook is not available online. However, you can review the following links that show courses and descriptions that may be available your semester. 
    1. https://www.icms.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/elective-100/ 
    2. https://www.icms.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/elective-200/ 
    3. https://www.icms.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/elective-300/ 
  2. When the course options for your specific semester are released, your program manager will email you this information. 

Popular Courses

Accounting Fundamentals – ACC100
Business Economics – ECO100
Entrepreneurship and Innovation – ENT210
Introduction to the Event Industry – EVT110
Event Production and Design – EVT200
Promotions and Sponsorship – EVT300
International Events – EVT320
Business Finance – FIN201
Hospitality Operations I – HOS100
Introduction to Hospitality – HOS110
Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management – HOS112
Rooms Division Operations – HOS120
Gastronomy – HOS230
Hotel Management Simulations – HOS320
Career Planning & Strategy – HRM220
Enterprise Systems & Supply Chain Management – ITM320
Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Design – LSC110
Managing People & Organisations – MGT101
Service Management – MGT200
Principles of Marketing – MKT100
Strategic Marketing Management – MKT300
Global Media and Communication – MMM200
Current Issues in Business Management – RES200
Integrated Marketing Communications – RET250
Player and Performance Management – SPO210
Risk Management in Sport – SPO213
Innovation in Sports Management – SPO230
Sports Promotion and Sponsors – SPO234
Sports Management Project – SPO310
Performance Management in Sport – SPO314
Sports Media Management – SPO346
Business Statistics – STA101
Destination Sales & Marketing – TOU110
Destination Management Issues – TOU200
Environmental Planning and Sustainability – TOU320

James Cook University (JCU)

How to find Courses

  1. Visit the James Cook University online course catalog.
  2. Select Townsville campus and Undergraduate level. Under Study Period or Trimester, select Teaching Period 1 or 2 (TP1 is Feb-June; TP2 is July-Nov).
  3. Search by subject code (see a list of common fields of study and the corresponding subject codes listed below) or you can search by keyword based on the course title.
  4. Check how the course is taught (internal, external, block, etc.). Internal means a traditional course that meets on-campus, external is mostly online, and limited is a combination of in-person and online. Block courses are typically not recommended for study abroad students as the subjects are taught for an intensive period of time (for example over mid-semester break), so they might not fit in with your schedule. Students are only allowed to take one external course.
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at JCU. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the JCU online course catalog.

Anthropology – AN
Aquaculture – AQ
Archaeology – AR
Anatomy – AT or BM
Business – BU or BX or LB
Biology/Ecology – BZ
Chemistry – CH
Communications– CU, JN
Engineering – CL, CS, EE
Environmental Science – EV
Information Systems – CP or CS
Earth Science – EA
Education – ED
History – HI
Health – HS
Mathematics – MA
Marine Biology – MB
Psychology – PY
Science – SC
Speech and Hearing Science – SL


Popular Courses

Business
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
BU1003: Principles of Economics 
BU1104: Introduction to Management Concepts and Application 
Environment
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
BS1007: Introduction to Biodiversity  BS2460: Fundamentals of Ecology 
BZ2725: Australian Terrestrial Diversity  EV1011: Introduction to Sustainability 
BZ3740: Wildlife Ecology and Management  MB1110: Introductory Marine Science 
EA2510: Earth Resources, Exploration and Environment  MB2080: Invertebrate Biology 
EV2401: Australian Landscape Processes and Evolution  MB3190: Coral Reef Ecology 
EV3011: Sustainability in Practice  MB3200: Marine Conservation Biology 
EV3201: Coastal and Marine Management and Conservation  MB3270: Coastal, Estuarine and Mangrove Ecosystems 
EV3406: Coral Reef Geomorphology 
MB2050: Functional Biology and Marine Organisms 
Health
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
BM1061: Anatomy and Physiology for Sport and Exercise Science 1  SP1002: Sport and Exercise Nutrition 
OT1011: Introduction to Occupation and Occupational Therapy  SP2009: Strength Training and Conditioning
PP2101: Medical Physiology 1  SP2207: Dynamics of Sport and Exercise Behaviour 
RH1002: Communication Skills for Health Professionals   
SP2200: Exercise and Sports Testing   
Humanities & Social Sciences
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
AN3008: Myth, Ritual and Religion  AN1001: Anthropology: Cultural Diversity in Global Perspective 
BA1001: Time, Truth and the Human Condition  HI2006: Australian and Pacific Exploration 
PY1101: Exploring Psychology: from Brain to Practice   
International Studies
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
IA1011: Indigenous Australians  IA1012: Indigenous People of North Queensland
SS1010: Australian People: Indigeneity and Multiculturalism  IA2023: Indigenous Continuity: Agency, Adaptation and Resistance 
Science
Teaching Period 1 (February-June) Teaching Period 2 (July-November)
AG1007: Introduction to Plants and Animals for Veterinary Science  BM1003: Biomedicine in the Tropics 
AQ2001: Introduction to Aquaculture  BM1111: Introduction to Health Sciences 
BC2013: Principles of Biochemistry  MI2021: Introductory Infectious Diseases and Immunobiology 
BC3101: Genes, Genomes and Development  
BM1000: Introductory Biochemistry and Microbiology   
MA2000: Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers   
MI2011: Microbial Diversity   
SC3010: Sensors and Sensing for Scientists 
 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. JCU offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Teaching Period 1 Teaching Period 2
BA1001: Time, Truth and the Human Condition EV1011: Introduction to Sustainability
EA2510: Earth Resources, Exploration and Environment AN1001: Anthropology: Cultural Diversity in Global Perspective
EV3011: Sustainability in Practice IA1012: Indigenous People of North Queensland
IA1011: Indigenous Australians IA2023: Indigenous Continuity: Agency, Adaptation and Resistance
SS1010: Australian People: Indigeneity and Multiculturalism

La Trobe University

How to find Courses

  • Visit the LaTrobe University online course catalog.
  • Click on “Advanced Search,” below the search function tool bar.
  • Click the “subjects” tool, and under “Year level” select levels 1, 2 and 3 UG
  • Under “campus” make sure you select “Melbourne (Bundoora)” 
  • In “teaching period” select your desired semester (Semester 1 is February – June and Semester 2 is July – November)
  • Under “study mode” select ”Day”
  • Under “year” select the year you will be studying abroad
  • From the list of subjects that are displayed, select the specific class you are interested in and view more details including the course description.
  • Confirm that you have met any prerequisite requirements that are listed. 
  • Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Popular Courses

Business 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MKT1MDP: Fundamentals of Marketing   MKT3SEM: Social Marketing  
MGT1IB: Introduction to International Business   FIN1FOF: Fundamentals of Finance  
MGT3LWM: Leadership    
Communications & Media 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
LIN1CLC: Communication, Language and Culture    
Environment 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ENV3EGL: Climate Change and Landscape Evolution    
ENV3EGL: Climate Change and Landscape Evolution    
Health 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
PHE3SEP: Sport and Exercise Psychology  

 

DTN1NHW: Introduction to Nutrition  
  PHE5BHC: Bioethics and Health Care  
Humanities & Social Sciences 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
HUS1DAU: Australia: The Myths that Made Us    
ENG2AULE: Australian Literature    
GSD1SGI: Sex, Gender and Identity    
PSY2COG: Cognition    
LST1LOJ: Law and (Dis)Order    
DST2CTD: Making Development Matter    
International Studies 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
PHI2MMW: Making of the Modern Western World View   GEG3001: Asia-Pacific Cities  

 

POL3IPC: International Politics of Climate Change    
Science 
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MIC2MI: Introductory Microbiology    
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. La Trobe offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Macquarie University

How to find Courses

  1. Visit the Macquarie University handbook. 
  2. Select “Advanced Search”.
  3. Along the top, select “Unit” (“courses” refer to degrees in Australia, while “units” refer to courses). 
  4. On the left, filter by the following: 
      1. Study level: Undergraduate 
      2. Unit level: 1000, 2000, and 3000 
        • Anything higher is honors or postgraduate 
      3. Study period: “Session 1” for Feb-June, OR “Session 2” for July-Nov 
      4. Location: North Ryde 
      5. Year: Most recent (may be the previous year because the catalog is not updated until closer to the beginning of the semester, but the offerings will be similar) 
  5. Use the search function at the top to sort by keyword. You can also narrow your search by filtering by Faculty (department). 
  6. Click on a course to see additional details. 
    1. Offerings: Ensure it is offered during the session you are attending, and pay close attention to whether it is offered on weekdays, weekends, intensive, etc. If In Person, the campus should be North Ryde. If Online, please note that as a requirement of your student visa to not take more than one online course (and be sure your home institution allows you to take an online course). Some courses will be listed as Online-flexible, which means there is an in-person component. 
    2. Requisites: Ensure that you meet all pre-requisite and other enrolment requirements. You may need to search the pre-requisite courses in the catalog and compare them to courses you’ve taken at your home institution. 
  7. To find syllabi, you can search the Unit Guides. If the course hasn’t been offered yet this year, you may need to look for previous years’ guides in Archived Unit Guides. 
  8. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”. 

Note: You may take a minimum of 3 courses; maximum 4 courses (5 only with special permission and additional fees required). 


Common fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Macquarie. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the Macquarie University handbook.
Aboriginal Studies – ABST
Business – BUS, BCM, MGMT, MKTG, ACCG, ECON
Engineering and IT – COMP, ELEC, ENGG, MECH, MATH
Environment – ENVS, GEOP, GEOS
Health Sciences – HLTH
Media, Creative Arts and Communication – MAS, CUL, ICOM, MECO
Science – BIOL, CBMS
Society, History and Languages – SOC, AHIS, ANTH, GEN, MHIS


Popular Courses

Communications & Media
Semester 1  Semester 2 
INTS3030: Visualising Cultures   
MMCC2100: Public Relations and Social Media: Foundations and Cases   
MMCC2080: Network Cultures   
Environment
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ENVS1018: Environmental Management for a Changing World  ENVS2115: Climate Change, Energy and our Future 
  ENVS1501: Indigenous Science 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ANTH1006: Drugs Across Cultures  GEOP1030: Sydney and the Great Australian Dream 
ENGL3020: Global Contemporary Literature: Australians and the World  GEND1020: Gender and Power 
PHIL1037: Critical Thinking   
PHIL3052: Social and Existential Questions   
PHIL2020: Philosophy, Technology, and the Future of Humanity   
PHIL1031: The Philosophy of Human Nature   
International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ABST1000: Introducing Indigenous Australia  ABST1000: Introducing Indigenous Australia 
INTS1000: Language and Communication: Cultural Contexts  MHIX3040: Who the Bloody Hell Are We? Story and Citizenship in Australian History 
  POIX2010: Contemporary Issues in Australian Politics: Race, Nation, Class and Gender 
  ABST2060: Indigenous Histories and Knowledges 
  INTS3040: Global Issues 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1  Semester 2 
  MMCC3023: Interactive and Digital Arts 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Macquarie offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1  Semester 2 
MGMT2031: Sustainability in International Business  ENVS1018: Environmental Management for a Changing World 
GEOP2050: Environment and Society  POIR2010: Contemporary Issues in Australian Politics: Race, Nation, Class and Gender 
ENVS3240: Environmental Change  ANTH3022: Gender, Sexuality and Global Health 
  POIR3970: Global Environmental Politics 
  ENVS2467: Australian Environmental Futures 

Unique Opportunities

Students on the verge of finishing their degrees can learn to apply their theoretical knowledge in a real-world context through Macquarie’s Professional and Community Engagement program (PACE). PACE units involve a significant practical or hands-on component to students, including Psychology, Environment, Biology, Media, International Communications.  If students are interested in this option, check Out of the Classroom webpage.

Monash University

How to find Courses

  • Visit the Monash University online course catalog.
  • Click on “Advanced Search,” below the search function tool bar.
  • Click the “units” tool to search classes by keyword. Make sure you select “Clayton” for the Location (campus).
  • In “teaching field” select your desired semester. (First Semester is February – June and Second Semester is July – November)
  • Select the specific class you are interested in and view more details including the course description.
  • Confirm that you have met any prerequisite requirements. You will see these listed above the ‘synopsis’ of the course description if applicable.
  • Alternatively you may want to browse courses by Study Abroad Specialisations, which highlight units in an interdisciplinary way, and allow students to navigate more easily to find unique units and/or study thematically. They can be found here.
  • Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Note: You may take a minimum of 3 courses; maximum 4 courses (5 only with special permission and additional fees required). 


Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Monash. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the Monash University online course catalog.

Australia in the World – ATS
Communication and Media Studies – AMG, APG, ATS
Criminology (ATS)
Film and Screen Studies – ATS
Games Design and Development – FIT
Human Rights – ATS, LAW
Indigenous Cultures and Histories – ATS, EDF
Ecology and Conservation Biology – BIO, GEN
Zoology – BIO, GEN


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MGX3991: Leadership Principles and Practices  MKF3881: Digital Marketing 
Communications & Media
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ATS1305: Introduction to Film Studies  ATS2529: Australian Film and Television: Local and Global 
  ATS2199: Intercultural Encounters: Communication, Misunderstandings and Conflict Resolution 
Environment
Semester 1  Semester 2 
EAE3342: Environmental Cycles on Our Living Planet  EAE3132: Future Climates: Projections, Impacts and Adaptation 
ATS3229: Cities and Sustainability   
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ATS1255: Encountering Cultures: Introduction to Anthropology   
ECC2800: Prosperity, Poverty and Sustainability in A Globalised World   
ATS1261: Understanding Human Behaviour   
ATS2625: Mobile Worlds: Borders, Displacement and Belonging   
ATS1371: Life, Death and Morality (Introduction To Philosophy A)   
 International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ATS1254: Culture, Power and Difference: Indigeneity And Australian Identity  ATS1250: Social Justice and Indigenous Australians 
ATS2355: Race and Power: Imagining Indigenous Australia  SCI2030: Indigenous Science: Science Through the Eyes of Australia’s First Peoples 
/td> ATS3543: Australia’s Ancient Indigenous Past: A 65,000 Year Archaeological Odyssey 
ATS2269: Exploring Contemporary Australia: People, Events, Ideas 
Science
Semester 1  Semester 2 
BIO3091: Biology of Australian Vegetation  BIO3132: Biology of Australian Vertebrates 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Monash offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

 

Semester 1  Semester 2 
ECC2800: Prosperity, Poverty and Sustainability in A Globalised World  EAE2322: Environmental Earth Science 
BIO2011: Ecology and Biodiversity  ATS3639: Poverty, Climate Change and International Justice 
ATS2628: Power and Poverty: International Development In A Globalised World  ATS3466: Sex, Gender and Crime 
ATS2560: Gender, Theory and Society  ATS3730: Sustainability and Society 
EAE2011: Environmental Problem Solving and Visualisation 

Murdoch University

How to find Courses

  1. Visit Murdoch University’s online course catalog.
  2. Select the “Units” tab along the top.*
  3. On the left hand side, filter by the following:
    • Unit Level: 100-300
    • Location: Murdoch
    • Teaching Period: Semester 1-S1 (Feb – June) or Semester 2-S2 (July – Nov)
    • Attendance Mode: Internal
    • Year: Select your program year
    • You may also filter by Owning College or Owning Discipline to browse particular subjects, or use the search function at the top of the page to search by keyword.
  4. When you click on a subject, review the description and ensure you meet any prerequisite requirements, restrictions, and enrolment rules. 
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

*Tips for decoding Murdoch’s Aussie vocabulary:

  • “Classes/courses” are called “Units”
  • “Degree programs” are called “Courses”
  • “Departments” are called “Faculties”

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Murdoch. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the Murdoch course handbook.

Animal Science – ANS
Biology – BIO
Business – BUS
Engineering – ENG
Environmental Studies – ENV
Exercise Science – EXS
Information Technology/Computers – ICT
Psychology – PSY


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BUS103: Business Analytics Fundamentals  BUS124: Global Marketing 
BUS124: Global Marketing  BUS210: Marketing Research and Analysis 
BUS212: Introduction to International Finance  BUS221: Entrepreneurial Strategy 
TOU221: Sustainable Tourism  BUS230: Change Management 
TOU232: Festivals and Events  TOU102: Travel and Tourism in Society 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
COM201: Social, Games and Mobile Media  COM101: Social Media  
COM202: Content Creation  COM204: Global Media and Culture 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ENG202: Engineering Thermodynamics  ENG109: Engineering Computing Systems 
ENG225: Circuits and Systems I  ENG192: Energy, Mass and Flow 
ENG300: Environmental Technology for Sustainability 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BIO103: Environmental Biology  BIO257: Australian Biodiversity 
ENV242: Atmospheric and Climate Science  BRD203: Carbon and Climate: A Wicked Problem 
ENV243: Water and Earth Science  ENV278: Nature-Based Tourism 
ENV245: Global and Regional Sustainability  POL203: Climate Change, Natural Resources and Conflict 
ENV246: Protected Area Management and Planning  SUS100: Introduction to Sustainable Development 
SUS100: Introduction to Sustainable Development   
Health
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EXS201: Sport and Exercise Psychology  BRD: Drugs in Society 
EXS203: Health, Fitness and Performance Assessment  EXS205: Acquisition of Skills and Motor Control 
FSN200: Principles of Nutrition  FNS202: Nutrition and Disease 
SOC313: Healthy Lifestyles 
 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
AST312: Anthropology, Society and Culture  BJU100: Australian Legal System 
BJU100: Australian Legal System  CRM100: Introduction to Criminology 
CRM100: Introduction to Criminology  EGL235: Australian Literature and Film 
POL161: Understanding International Politics  PHL216: Wellbeing and the Good Life 
POL298: International Political Economy  PSY285: Psychology: Social Bases of Behaviour 
PSY251: Psychology: Biological Bases of Behaviour   
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ANS105: Agricultural Science and Food Production  ANS221: Animal Structure and Function 
BIO152: Cell Biology  BIO152: Cell Biology 
BIO180: Introduction to Marine Biology  CHI108: Human Anatomy I 
MAS183: Statistical Data Analysis  ENV241: Ecology 
  MAS183: Statistical Data Analysis 
VET101: Sustainable and Ethical Animal Management 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
GAD241: Animation  GRD118: Introduction to Graphic Design 
PHO124: Photography 1  PHO124: Photography 1 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Murdoch offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 Semester 2
ENV242: Atmospheric and Climate Science BIO257: Australian Biodiversity
ENV245: Global and Regional Sustainability BRD203: Carbon and Climate: A Wicked Problem
ENV246: Protected Area Management and Planning ENV278: Nature-Based Tourism
SUS100: Introduction to Sustainable Development POL203: Climate Change, Natural Resources and Conflict
SUS100: Introduction to Sustainable Development

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

How to find Courses

  1. Visit the QUT online handbook.
  2. You may select “Explore all units” to search through the entire handbook, browse QUT’s pre-selected “Professional experience and study packages”, or look at all the units in a particular study area grouped together.
  3. In the All Units section, filter by:
    1. Study level: Undergraduate
    2. Approval: Some courses have been pre-approved for study abroad students, while some require additional approval from QUT. You may select courses from either option and submit to TEAN as normal. QUT will review your selections later in the process.
    3. Semester: Choose the semester corresponding with the month you start your program (Semester 1 is Feb-June; Semester 2 is July-Nov)
    4. You may also filter by School/discipline and/or search for Keywords.
  4. Click on course to review the unit outline (syllabus) and prerequisite requirements (under “Guide to previous .
  5. When you click on a course, review the description and unit outline (syllabus). Under the “Guide to previous study requirements” tab ensure you meet any prerequisite requirements and that the course is not restricted.
  6. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at QUT. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study. To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the QUT online handbook.

Architecture – DAB
Business – AMB, AYB, BSB, EFB, AYN, EFN, MGN
Design – DXB, DNB, DTB
Media and Communication – KCB, KJB
Education – EAB, LCB, SRB, EDB
Health – LQB, LSB, XNB, NSB, PYB, PUB, PUN
Information Technology – IAB, IFB, IGB
Law – LLB, JSB
Literary Studies – KWB
Mathematics – MXB, MZB
Science – BVB, CVB, ERB, EVB, PCB, SEB
Engineering – EGB, ENB, ENN, BEB, USB, UXB


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BSB111: Business Law and Ethics  BSB111: Business Law and Ethics 
EFB201: Financial Markets  EFB201: Financial Markets 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
AMB120: Bridging Cultures  AMB120: Bridging Cultures 
CCB101: Media Issues and Debates  CYB102: Introduction to Media and Entertainment Industries 
CDB101: Managing Media and Entertainment  CYB104: Managing Social Media 
CYB102: Introduction to Media and Entertainment Industries  KPB121: Screen Business 
Education
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EUB303: Technologies  EUB105: Introduction to Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment (Primary) 
EUB344: Professional Experiences: Informing Professional Practice  EUB106: Introduction to Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment (Early Childhood) 
EUB107: Introduction to Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment (Secondary) 
EUB112: Child and Adolescent Learning and Development 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EGB111: Foundation of Engineering Design  EGB123: Civil Engineering Systems 
EGB262: Process Principles  EGB160: Process Principles 
SEB200: Communicating Science and Mathematics to Diverse Audiences 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BVB305: Microbiology and the Environment  DFB104: Fashion Sustainability 
ERB102: Evolving Earth 
EVB302: Environmental Pollution 
PUN465: Environmental Protection 
Health
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
HLB001: Health Needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians  PYB007: Communication for Health Professionals 
NSB102: Professional Practice and Cultural Safety  XNB151: Food and Nutrition 
NBS202: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Well-being 
PUB104: Australian Health Care Systems 
PYB007: Communication for Health Professionals 
XNB151: Food and Nutrition 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EUB250: Australian Geographical Studies  CWB113: Writing Australia 
EUB252: Australian Society and Culture  JSB174: Forensic Psychology and the Law 
EUB451: Australia, Britain and America  LLB101: Introduction to Law 
JSB170: Introduction to Criminology and Policing  LLB141: Introduction to International Law 
KWB117: Australian Voices: Writing and Practice  PYB100: Foundation Psychology 
LLB101: Introduction to Law 
LWS008: Entertainment Law 
PYB100: Foundation Psychology 
SWB105: Contemporary Human Rights 
International Studies
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EUB103: Culture Studies: Indigenous Education  KKB190: Yatdjuligin – Cultural Safety in Indigenous Australian Context 
KKB191: Am I black enough? Indigenous Australian Representations  KKB193: Indigenous Knowledge: Research Ethics and Protocols 
KKB192: Smash the Act – Indigenous Australian Politics 
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CAB201: Programming Principles  CAB201: Programming Principles 
IAB260: Social Technologies  IAB303: Data Analytics for Business Insight 
LQB182: Cell and Molecular Biology  LSB231: Physiology 
LQB187: Human Anatomy  MXB107: Introduction to Statistical Modelling 
MXB101: Probability and Stochastic Modelling 1  SEB104: Grand Challenges in Science 
SEB104: Grand Challenges in Science 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
DYB122: Design Visualisations  DYB122: Design Visualisations 
KMB223: Music and Media  KMB222: Music and Culture 
KNB125: Animation History and Context  KPB101: Introduction to Screen Production 
KPB101: Introduction to Screen Production  KPB121: Screen Business 
KVB113: Australian Art and Identity 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. QUT offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 Semester 2
BSB111: Business Law and Ethics BSB111: Business Law and Ethics
EUB103: Culture Studies: Indigenous Education DFB104: Fashion Sustainability
EVB312: Soils and the Environment ERB102: Evolving Earth
SEB104: Grand Challenges in Science EVB302: Environmental Pollution
SWB105: Contemporary Human Rights PUN465: Environmental Protection
  SEB104: Grand Challenges in Science

Unique Opportunities

Business Advantage Program is open to students studying within the QUT Business School (including study abroad business majors taking classes in the business school) . The goal of the program is to help students develop skills through interaction, discussion, cooperation and debate with other students, and business, government, education and community leaders. Students are able to select the modules that interest them before they arrive on campus. You will then be given a schedule of the different modules and sessions being offered. Some examples of past modules are: Making a Social Impact, Public Speaking, LinkedIn and Career Preparation, Entrepreneurship, etc. If you complete all of the sessions in your selected module, you will receive a certificate of completion.

QUT Foundry is available to students with an entrepreneurial focus who are looking to develop their next big idea. No matter what topic you’re studying, you’ll gain access to a community of like-minded individuals open to collaboration, networking, and entrepreneurial discussion. Take advantage of QUT Orbit, a digital platform for in-depth entrepreneur resources, in addition to coaching support from community managers, entrepreneurs-in-residence, and mentors.

RMIT University

How to find Courses

  1. Click on RMIT’s online course catalog for study abroad students
  2. Search for courses by keyword or course code. You will find a list of popular fields of study and corresponding course codes below.
  3. Select “Undergraduate” for level of study and the appropriate semester (Semester 1 is February – June  and Semester 2 is July – November).
  4. RMIT students are able to take courses at the City campus and the Brunswick campus. Please note the Brunswick campus is approximately 20 minutes via public transportation from the city.
  5. After you have searched by keyword or course code and are looking at your course options, take note of the comments section. Often there will be information about early start dates and prerequisites. If a course has prerequisites it will be listed as “Conditional: requires additional academic assessment from RMIT”.
  6. After using RMIT’s online course catalog, you should have a list of courses that interest you.  For more detailed information on these courses visit the RMIT Course Handbook and search by a specific course code or course title.
  7. Be sure to confirm the course is offered to study abroad students.
  8. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”. 

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at RMIT. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the RMIT online handbook.

Art, Design, and Architecture – VART, ARCH, GRAP
Business – BUSM, ISYS, OMGT
Media and Communication – COMM, GRAP, OART
Computing, Games, and Information Technology – COSC, ISYS, INTE


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MKTG1100: Marketing Management  MKTG1100: Marketing Management 
ISYS1051: Digital Business Design & Innovation   
ISYS2452: Design Thinking & Digital Startup   
Communications & Media
Semester 1  Semester 2 
  COMM1033: Australian Cinema 
Environment
Semester 1  Semester 2 
BIOL2255: Marine Biology  ENVI1048: Indigenous Peoples & the Environment 
ENVI1051: Environmental Economics  ENVI1212: Climate Change Responses 
ENVI1153: Sustainable Futures   
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
HUSO1182: Race and Racism  HUSO2164: Self, Identity and Agency 
  BESC1072: Psychology of Social Life 
International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
HUSO1207: Australian Society in a Global Context  SOCU2080: Global Diplomacy 
SOCU1031: Global Careers  HUSO2105: Introduction to Australian Society 
HUSO2105: Introduction to Australian Society   
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1  Semester 2 
VART3511: Art and Photography  VART3511: Art and Photography 
VART3590: Photography 101  VART3473: 3D Printed Objects 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. RMIT offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1  Semester 2 
PROC2086: Environmental and Hazard Analysis  HUSO2092: Gender Dev and Globalization 
PROC2086: Environmental and Hazard Analysis   
ENVI1137: Communicating Sustainability   
ENVI1038: Environmental Studies   
ENVI1041: Environmental Ideas and Action   
HUSO1296: Indigenous Studies   
BUIL1229: Managing for Sustainability   
BESC1441: Psychology of Gender   

University of Melbourne

How to find Courses

    1. Click on University of Melbourne’s online course catalog. 
    2. Next to “Show only”, select “Subjects” (in Australia, “courses” refer to degrees and “subjects” refer to courses). 
    3. On the right side, filter by the following: 
      1. Version: Current handbook (the most recent one may be for the previous year because they are not updated until closer to the beginning of the semester, but the offerings will be similar) 
      2. Subject Levels: Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 
      3. Study Periods: “Semester 1” for Feb-June, OR “Semester 2” for July-Nov (not Early-Start or Extended) 
      4. Areas of Study: Filter as needed to narrow the subject areas 
      5. Campuses: Parkville and/or Dual Delivery
        • Parkville is the main campus. Many courses are now offered as Dual-Delivery, meaning there are in-person and online components. You may be permitted to take up to one fully Online course if your home university allows it. If you are interested in taking more than one Online course, please consult your TEAN program manager, as there may be visa restrictions. 
      6. Click “View advanced fields”, and under “Only show subjects that:” select “Are available to exchange or study abroad students” 
    4. You can click on a subject (course) to view more information. On the left, you can click “View full page” to open all sections. In the Overview section, confirm that the course is offered in the semester that you’re attending. In the Eligibility and Requirements section, confirm that you meet the prerequisite and background knowledge requirements. In the Further Information section, confirm that the course is available to study abroad students. 
    5. Study Abroad students are encouraged to enroll in Breadth Subjects. These are taught by a variety of professors/faculty members. It is an excellent way to take interesting courses outside your major while also meeting local students. From the home page of the course catalog, select “Breadth Track” to see the different topics, and click one to see the courses associated with that track. Alternatively, while searching Subjects, use the “Breadth in Courses” filter to see the options for a particular study area. You can also find out whether a course is a Breadth Subject in its course description, in the Further Information section. 
    6. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN portal under “TEAN Course Selection”. 

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at University of Melbourne. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study. To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the University of Melbourne online course catalog.

History – HIST, EURO, POLS, ANCW, CLAS
Australian Indigenous Studies – AHIS, MULT, AIND
Psychology – PSYC, MECM, PHIL
Film and Television – CLTV, SCRN, CHIN
Animation – FLTV, SCRN, MUSI
Media and Communications MECM, MULT, AIND


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MGMT30013: Managing for Competitive Advantage  MKTG10001: Principles of Marketing 
MKTG20006: Brand Management  ECON20007: Globalisation and the World Economy 
  MKTG30010: Advertising and Promotions 
Environment
Semester 1  Semester 2 
ZOOL20004: Australian Wildlife Biology  BIOL10001: Biology of Australian Flora & Fauna 
EVSC20004: Blue Planet-Intro to Marine Environments   
Health
Semester 1  Semester 2 
  PHYS20008: Human Physiology 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MUSI20149: Music Psychology  PSYC30020: The Integrated Brain 
PSYC30014: The Psychopathology of Everyday Life  PSYC20009: Personality and Social Psychology 
POLS20011: The Politics of Sex  PSYC20007: Cognitive Psychology 
LING10002: Intercultural Communication   
International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
POLS30019: Australian Foreign Policy  MULT20013: Australia Now 
UNIB20018: Going Places – Travelling Smarter  UNIB20018: Going Places – Travelling Smarter 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1  Semester 2 
CCDP20001: Street Art  CCDP20001: Street Art 
 Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. University of Melbourne offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1  Semester 2 
UNIB10009: Food for a Healthy Planet  GEOG20008: Inside the City of Diversity 
POLS30015: International Gender Politics  GEOG20008: Inside the City of Diversity 
UNIB30002: Global Health, Security & Sustainability  GEOG20008: Inside the City of Diversity 
GEOG30019: Sustainable Development  GEOG20008: Inside the City of Diversity 

University of New South Wales

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the UNSW online handbook.
  2. Make sure you are looking at courses offered at the Kensington Campus, and at the undergraduate level.
  3. Select the option “Teaching Period One” for U.S. Spring semester courses, “Teaching Period Two” for U.S. Summer semester courses, or “Teaching Period Three” for U.S. Fall semester courses. Ignore the options with A, B, or C listed after the name.
  4. This page gives you each Subject Area in alphabetical order. Click on the Subject Area of interest, then the specific course you want to view.
  5. On each course page you can verify the teaching period, course instructor, meeting times, etc. You can also click on “Online Handbook Record” in the upper right hand corner of the page to view a description of the course.
  6. UNSW has a number of campuses. The main campus is Kensington (Sydney). Do not choose the UNSW Canberra Campus as it is 3 hours from Sydney. Many Art courses will be offered on the Paddington Campus, which is a few bus stops away from the main Kensington Campus. There is a free shuttle.
  7. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection.”

Note: Students will enroll in a maximum of 3 courses. We encourage each student to confirm with their U.S. university that each UNSW course transfers back as 4 U.S. credits, totaling a full-time semester of 12 U.S. credits. Students with a GPA of 3.7 and above can take four courses during the standard program dates, with special permission and an added fee. Students with a GPA below 3.7 and/or students who receive 3 U.S. credits per course should contact their program manager to discuss options.


Important course info

  • The UNSW course enrolment process is very layered. Your courses must be approved by UNSW before you can be enroled in them, and it can take 4-6 weeks for courses to be approved. We highly advise students have 6-8 courses approved by BOTH your home university and UNSW before the enrolment period begins a couple months before departure.
  • Courses will be approved by UNSW once TEAN submits your application materials for review. The courses upload into your TEAN Course Selection form are preliminary; they are not binding in any way. The sooner you can complete your TEAN form, the sooner UNSW can review your selections.
  • It is highly encouraged that you choose courses for approval you will ACTUALLY take. Since the enrolment process at UNSW can take some time, you’ll want to ensure the courses you’d like to take are already approved once enrolment begins to save yourself a significant amount of time.
  • Please do not solely consult any list of approved courses you may have from your home university, friends who have attended the program, etc., as these lists are very likely out of date and inaccurate. You must look online at UNSW’s course handbook first. You can then use any list you have as a secondary filter for course selection.
  • In order to comply with your student visa, you may only take one online course during the semester.

Common Fields of Study

School of the Arts & Media (Humanities) – ARTS
Indigenous Programs – ATSI
Built Environment (Architecture, Building Construction, Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Development – BENV
Biological Science (Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences) – BIOS
Computer Science – COMP
Criminology – CRIM
General Education – Faculty of Law – GENL
Finance (School of Banking & Finance) – FINS
Marketing – MARK
Marine Science – MSCI
Psychology – PSYC
Art – SART
Taxation and Business Law – TABL

Please note: All MDIA, LAWS and PPEC courses are not available to study abroad students. Often times, HESC and ANAT will be closed to study abroad students as well. Courses in the School Of Medical Sciences are often not approved for study abroad students, so please pick several suitable back-ups when considering these courses.


Popular Courses

Business
Term 1  Term 3 
MARK2060: Event Management and Marketing    FINS1612: Capital Markets and Institutions 
FINS1612: Capital Markets and Institutions    FINS2624: Portfolio Management   
FINS2624: Portfolio Management    FINS2643: Wealth Management   
FINS2643: Wealth Management    FINS3616: International Business Finance 
FINS3616: International Business Finance    MARK2051: Consumer Behavior   
MARK2051: Consumer Behavior    MARK2052: Marketing Research   
MARK2052: Marketing Research     
Communications & Media
Term 1  Term 3 
ARTS1090: Media, Culture & Everyday Life    ARTS1091: Media, Society, Politics   
  ARTS2093: Social Media  
Humanities & Social Sciences
Term 1  Term 3 
ARTS1010: The Life of Words    ARTS1362: Critical Thinking for Today’s World   
ARTS1271: History of the Present: The World since 1900    ARTS1691: The Use of Language   
ARTS1870: Rethinking the Social    ARTS2876: Understanding the Self   
CRIM3022: Public Health and Corrections    GENL1022: Women and Religion   
PSYC2061: Social and Developmental Psychology    CRIM1010: Criminology: An Introduction   
CRIM1010: Criminology: An Introduction    PSYC1022: Psychology of Addiction 
PSYC1022: Psychology of Addiction    PSYC1023: Abnormal Psychology 
PSYC1023: Abnormal Psychology    PSYC1025: Psychology of Work 
PSYC1025: Psychology of Work    PSYC1027: Forensic Psychology: Crime, Courts and Corrections 
PSYC1027: Forensic Psychology: Crime, Courts and Corrections     
International Studies
Term 1  Term 3 
ATSI1011: Indigenous Australia    ATSI1012: Aboriginal Sydney   
  ATSI2011: Indigenous Political History   
Science
Term 1  Term 3 
COMP1511: Introduction to Programming    COMP1511: Introduction to Programming   
COMP1531: Software Engineering Fundamentals    COMP1531: Software Engineering Fundamentals 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Term 1  Term 3 
DART1120: Painting 1: Foundations    DART1250: Interactive Media 1   
DART1130: Photography 1: Foundations    DART1120: Painting 1: Foundations   
  DART1130: Photography 1: Foundations   
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. UNSW offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Term 1  Term 3 
ARTS1240: Environment and Society    ARTS1241: Environmental Advocacy and Activism   
ARTS2240: Environment, Sustainability, and Development    ARTS1753: Culture, Experience, and Change   
ARTS2698: Intercultural Interaction    ARTS1811: Contemporary Issues in Government and Global Politics   
ARTS3242: Environmental History    ARTS1900: Gendered Worlds: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies   
ARTS3750: Development, Community and Environment    ARTS2150: The Making of Trump’s America   
ECON1107: Elements of Environmental Economics    ARTS2243: Waste and Society   
BIOS1301: Ecology and Sustainability    ARTS2244: The Animal: Worker, Wild, Extinct?   
  ARTS2455: Gender in China   
  ARTS2818: Australian Politics   
  ARTS2871: Power and Powerlessness   
  CLIM1001: Introduction to Climate Change   
  MARK2071: International and Global Marketing   
  MGMT2726: Business Ethics and Sustainability   
  PLAN1003: Urban Society, History, Theory   
  BIOS2123: Ecosystem Conservation and Management   

Unique Opportunities

Study abroad students may be eligible to enroll in one of the internship opportunities for academic credit in either business (FINS3201) or communications (MDIA3007). Assessment will consist of meeting the minimum amount of required hours (100-150), work sample, reflection essay, summative feedback report. You can find your own internship placement with assistance from UNSW or TEAN will help source you a placement for an added fee.

University of Newcastle

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the University of Newcastle’s online course catalog.
  2. On the left hand side, filter courses by: 
    • Key: Course is available
    • Availability: Semester 1 (February – June) or Semester 2 (July – November)
    • Location: Callaghan (this is your main campus)
      • You may also select courses at the Newcastle City campus, which is about 15 minutes from the Callaghan campus by free shuttle bus
    • Level: 1000-3000 (do not choose Enabling or levels 4000-6000)
  3. Use the Search function at the top of the page to sort by keyword, or scroll to browse by subject.
  4. Confirm that you have met any “Assumed knowledge” and/or “Requisite” requirements for each course.
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at Newcastle. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the handbook.

Indigenous Studies – ABOR
Biological Sciences – BIOL
Chemical Engineering – CHEE
Communication and Media Studies – CMNS
Health Sciences – HLSC
Psychology – PSYC


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
TOUR2001: Tourism and Cultural Heritage (Newcastle City)  LEIS1000: Leisure Behaviour and Organisation (Newcastle City) 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CMNS2016: Social and Interactive Media (Newcastle City)  CMNS1240: Mobile Media Making (Newcastle City)  
FMCS1000: Film, Media, Culture 
FMCS2100: Music and Culture 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ENGG2100: Engineering Risk and Uncertainty  ENGG2500: Sustainable Engineering Practice 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ENVS1004: Social Development and the Environment  ENVS1003: Environmental Values and Ethics 
ENVS2006: Ecology and Management of Australian Wildlife  ENVS2005: Management of Australian Flora 
ENGS3005: Animal Behaviour  ENVS2008: The Sustainable Society 
HEalth
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
HLSC2240: Nutrition in Childhood 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
AHIS2370: Magic and Witchcraft in Greece and Rome  CRIM1020: Victimology 
CRIM2010: Media Criminology 
ENGL3045: Indigenous Australia in Literature: Listenin’ Up 
ENGL2011: Children’s Literature 
PSYC1020: Psychology Introduction 2 
HIST1051: The Australian Experience 
PSYC2400: Biological Psychology 
PSYC1010: Psychology Introduction 1 
PSYC2600: Personality and Social Psychology 
PSYC2300: Cognitive Psychology 
 
PSYC2500: Introduction to Mental Health and Mental Disorders 
 
SOCA2020: Society, Space and Power 
 
International Studies
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ABOR1110: Introduction to Aboriginal Studies  ABOR1110: Introduction to Aboriginal Studies 
LING2001: Indigenous Languages of Australia and the Pacific  ABOR1390: Australian Aboriginal People and Human Rights 
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BIOL2001: Molecular Laboratory Skills for Biological Sciences  BIOL1002: Organisms to Ecosystems 
PHYS2100: Introduction to Astronomy  STAT1070: Statistics for the Sciences 
STAT1070: Statistics for the Sciences   
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (January-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
MUSI1901: Songwriting (Newcastle City)  ARBE3101: Performance and Sustainability of the Built Environment 
MUSI2002: Intro to Keyboard (Newcastle City)   CAPA2410: Australian Theatre and Performance (Newcastle City)  
MUSI1901: Songwriting (Newcastle City)  
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Newcastle offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 Semester 2
ARBE3101: Performance and Sustainability of the Built Environment ABOR1390: Australian Aboriginal People and Human Rights
ENVS1004: Social Development & the Environment ABOR1390: Australian Aboriginal People and Human Rights
ENVS3006: Surviving the Anthropocene: Sustainability in the 21st Century BIOL1002: Organisms to Ecosystems
SOCA2020: Society, Space and Power ENVS1003: Environmental Values and Ethics
  ENVS2008: The Sustainable Society
  ENGG2500: Sustainable Engineering Practice

University of Queensland

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit University of Queensland’s online course catalog.
  2. On the left hand side, filter by the following:
    • Campus: St Lucia
    • Delivery mode: Internal
    • Study Level: Undergraduate
    • Course Semester: Semester 1 (Feb – June) or Semester 2 (July – Nov)
      • Sometimes individual courses haven’t been updated for your semester yet. If the course was offered the previous year (i.e. was offered Fall 2021 and you are looking for Fall 2022 courses) it will likely be offered again. You can look at previous semesters to see course details and subject outline (syllabus).
    • You can filter by courses that are pre-approved for Study Abroad students, but you are not limited to the pre-approved courses. If you are interested in courses that are not on that list we will submit your request to UQ for approval.
    • You may also filter by Faculty to browse particular subjects, or use the search function at the top of the page to search by keyword.
  3. When you click on a subject, review the description and ensure you meet any prerequisite requirements and that the course is not restricted.
  4. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at UQ. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the University of Queensland course catalog.

Architecture – ARCH
Business – MGTS, FINM, ADVT, IBUS, MKTG
Economics – ECON
Law – LAWS
Engineering – ENGG
Environmental – ENVM
Health and Behavioral Sciences – NUTR, FOOD, BIOM, PUBH
Humanities – HUMN, PHIL, ANCH, WRIT, ARTT, DRAM, ENGL, HIST, MUSC, RELN
Psychology – PSYC
Social Sciences – ANTH, POLS, SOCY, SOSC
Science – CHEM, BIOL, AGRC, ANIM


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ECON1310: Introductory Statistics for Social Sciences  ECON1310: Introductory Statistics for Social Sciences 
MGTS1301: Introduction to Management  MGTS1301: Introduction to Management 
MKTG3504: Applied Market Research  MKTG2508: Brand Management 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
COMU1120: Media and Society  COMU1120: Media and Society 
COMU1140: Multimedia  COMU1130: Data and Society 
COMU1140: Multimedia 
JOUR2221: International Journalism and Mass Communication 
MSTU2006: Australian Film and Television 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CHEE4002: Risk in Process Industries  BIOE4305: Biomaterials: Materials in Medicine 
CIVL2135: Introduction to Environmental Engineering  MECH3250: Engineering Acoustics 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ANTH2060: Ecology, Culture and Field Research  BIOL3215: Marine Ecology and Conservation 
BIOL3340: Fish, Fisheries and Aquaculture  ENVM2100: Foundations of Sustainable Development 
ERTH1000: Planet Earth: The Big Picture  ERTH1000: Planet Earth: The Big Picture 
GEOS1100: Environment and Society  ERTH3212: Coral Reefs: Past, Present and Future 
MARS2001: Applied Marine Science  GEOS1100: Environment and Society 
MARS1001: Living Oceans 
Health
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
FOOD2000: Food Science  INDH1005: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health 
NUTR3011: Understanding Population Nutrition  PUBH2004: Understanding Health Behaviours 
SPCG1000: Sport Coaching: Learning, Talent and Performance 
 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ANTH1008: Being Human: Cultural Diversity and Experience  ANTH1008: Being Human: Cultural Diversity and Experience 
AUST2000: Australian Popular Culture  AUST1000: Contemporary Australia 
CRIM1000: Introduction to Criminology  AUST2000: Australian Popular Culture 
PSYC2040: Social and Organisational Psychology  CRIM1000: Introduction to Criminology 
PSYC2381: Positive Psychology  HIST1201: The Australian Experience 
PSYC2000: Psychology of Sport and Exercise 
PSYC2040: Social and Organisational Psychology 
International Studies
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ABTS1000: Introduction to Aboriginal Studies  ABTS1000: Introduction to Aboriginal Studies 
ARTT2103: Australia Pacific Indigenous Arts  ANTH2010: Critical Anthropology and Indigenous Australians 
POLS1201: Introduction to International Relations  POLS1201: Introduction to International Relations 
RELN1000: World Religions and Spiritualities 
 
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ANAT1020: Systematic Anatomy  BIOL1100: Evolutionary Perspectives on Modern Society 
BIOL1100: Evolutionary Perspectives on Modern Society  BIOL2204: Zoology 
BIOC2000: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology  COMP3702: Artificial Intelligence 
MICR3002: Virology  MICR2000: Microbiology and Immunology 
  PHYS2082: Space Science and Stellar Astrophysics 
  SCIE2020: CSI UQ: Introduction to Forensic Science 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ARCH1140: Buildings in History and Culture  ARCH3241: Aboriginal Architecture 
DECO2200: Graphic Design  MUSC1700: Introduction to Popular Music Studies: The Rock Era 
MUSC1300: Introduction to Music Psychology 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. UQ offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 Semester 2
ANTH2060: Ecology, Culture and Field Research BIOL3215: Marine Ecology and Conservation
BIOL3340: Fish, Fisheries and Aquaculture ENVM2100: Foundations of Sustainable Development
CIVL2135: Introduction to Environmental Engineering ERTH1000: Planet Earth: The Big Picture
ERTH1000: Planet Earth: The Big Picture ERTH3212: Coral Reefs: Past, Present and Future
GEOS1100: Environment and Society GEOS1100: Environment and Society
MARS1001: Living Oceans

University of Sydney

How to Find Courses

  1. Review and search the University of Sydney Undergraduate Subject List.
  2. Click the link in column K for more course details
  3. Check that the course is offered during the semester you will be on campus. The February-June term will be listed as Semester 1. The July-November term will be listed as Semester 2.
  4. Pay attention to the unit of study level indicated in the course codes. The first number in each course code corresponds to if it is a first, second, third, or fourth year course. E.g. ARHT1002 is a first year unit, while ARHT2616 is a second year unit. As a study abroad student, you are eligible to take 1st, 2nd, 3rd year UG (undergraduate) units with the exception of some 4000-level courses.
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at University of Sydney. Use the course codes listed to search for units in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the University of Sydney University of Sydney Undergraduate Subject List.

Agriculture & Environment – AGEN, AGRO, HORT, ENSY
Arts and Social Sciences – ANHS, ANTH, ARHT, ENGL, GCST, GOVT, HSTY
Business – ACCT, FINC, IBUS, MKTG, WORK
Education and Social Work – EDEC, EDGU, EDSE, EDUF, SCWK
Engineering – AERO, AMME, CHNG, CIVL, COMP, ELEC
Health Science – BACH, BIOS, EXSS, HSBH
Media & Communications – MECO
Music – CMPN, EMUS, ENSE, MCGY, MUSC
Veterinary Science – ANSC, AVBS
Visual Arts – CADR, CAEL, CAPA, CASC


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1  Semester 2 
MKTG2112: Consumer Behaviour  MKTG2112: Consumer Behaviour 
FINC2011: Corporate Finance I  FINC2011: Corporate Finance I 
IBUS1102: Cross-Cultural Management  IBUS1102: Cross-Cultural Management 
INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation  INFS1000: Digital Business Innovation 
CLAW1001: Foundations Of Business Law  CLAW1001: Foundations Of Business Law 
IBUS2101: International Business Strategy  IBUS2101: International Business Strategy 
ECON1002: Introductory Macroeconomics  ECON1002: Introductory Macroeconomics 
ECON1001: Introductory Microeconomics  ECON1001: Introductory Microeconomics 
ACCT2019: Management Accounting  ACCT2019: Management Accounting 
MKTG1001: Marketing Principles  MKTG1001: Marketing Principles 
IBUS2104: Entrepreneurship and Innovation   
WORK3201: International Human Resource Management   
Education
Semester 1  Semester 2 
EDUH4052: Learning in Outdoor Education  EDUH4052: Learning in Outdoor Education 
EDUH4058: Sport and Learning in Australian Culture  EDUH4058: Sport and Learning In Australian Culture 
Health
Semester 1  Semester 2 
EDUH4052: Learning in Outdoor Education  EDUH4052: Learning in Outdoor Education 
EDUH4058: Sport and Learning in Australian Culture  EDUH4058: Sport and Learning In Australian Culture 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
EDUF3034: Australian Theatre, Film and Learning  PHIL1012: Introductory Logic 
GOVT1641: Introduction to Politics  PSYC2017: Personality and Social Psychology 
WRIT1001: Writing and Rhetoric: Academic Essays  SCLG1002: Introduction to Sociology 2 
  PHIL2647: Philosophy of Happiness 
  PSYC3020: Applications pf Psychological Science 
  EDUF3034: Australian Theatre, Film and Learning 
  GOVT1641: Introduction to Politics 
  WRIT1001: Writing and Rhetoric: Academic Essays 
International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
INDG1001: Introduction to Indigenous Cultures  INDG1002: Introduction to Indigenous History 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1  Semester 2 
CAEL2042: Photography and The Darkroom 

 

ARHT1002: Shock of The Now: Global Art Since 1900 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. University of Sydney offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1  Semester 2 
GCST1602: Sex, Gender, Culture  GCST1604: Race, Diversity, Difference 
GCST2605: Representing Race and Gender  INDG1002: Introduction to Indigenous History 
GCST3631: Gender, Communities and Belonging   
GOVT2228: Environmental Politics   
INDG1001: Introduction To Indigenous Cultures   
INDG2001: Indigenous Land and Culture   
SCPL2601: Australian Social Policy   

Unique Opportunities

The University of Sydney offers an internship program to study abroad students, with the opportunity for a work placement either in industry or academic research, across a variety of subject areas. An internship at USYD involves 120 hours in the workplace or lab. Opportunities are available with organizations ranging from major companies to small start-ups. In addition to the 120 working hours, the internship also involves academic components including submission of journals and a final project report, academic readings and participation in eight hours of professional development. Students interested in an internship opportunity can read more here. If you would like to participate in an internship, you should list ARTS2600 as one of your course selections in your TEAN portal.

University of Western Australia

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the University of Western Australia online course catalog.
  2. Select “Listing by school/sub-section”, then select the sub-sections you are interested in to see courses from that section.
    1. You can also use the “Search by unit code or unit name” feature by using keywords or specific course codes from the common fields of study section below, and filter them according to the rules in Step 3.
  3. Click a course code to open the unit details/course description and review the following:
    1. Course code:
      1. Must be in the 1000-4000 levels, otherwise it is a graduate course.
      2. 4000 level courses are often honors courses and not open to study abroad students.
    2. Offering: 
      1. Availability: Ensure the course is offered during your semester abroad (“Semester 1” is Feb-June; “Semester 2” is July-Nov)
      2. Location: “UWA (Perth)”
      3. Mode: “Face to face”
    3. Unit rules:
      1. Review this section to ensure you meet any prerequisites and the course is not restricted.
  4. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Below are some common fields of study at UWA. Use the course codes listed to search for units (courses) in each field of study.  To search for classes in these fields, refer back to the UWA course handbook.

Accounting – ACCT
Anatomy & Human Biology – ANHB
Earth – EART
Environment – ENVT
Finance – FINA
Geography- GEOG
History – HIST
Indigenous Studies – INDG
Management – MGMT
Marketing – MKTG
Physiology – PHYL
Psychology – PSYC
Sports Science, Exercise and Health – SSEH


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BUSN1103: Foundations of Global Business  BUSN2102: Changing the World: Social Innovation, Finance and Enterprise 
MGMT2341: International Management  ECON2245: Business Economics 
MKTG2305: Marketing Research  MKTG2305: Marketing Research 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
COMM1001: Power, Participation and Meaning  COMM1002: Cultures, New Media and Communications 
COMM2001: Media Influence
Education
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EDUC1102: Learning Effectively: Improving Your Learning and Teaching  EDUC1104: A World of Mobile Learning 
EDUC2206: Education for a Global Knowledge Society  EDUC2205: International Learning for the Professions 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CHPR2006: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics  CHPR2007: Heat and Mass Transfer 
CIVL2551: Civil Engineering Practice  CIVL2008: Structural Analysis 
ENSC2004: Engineering Mechanics  ENSC2004: Engineering Mechanics 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BIOL2261: Conservation Biology  ANTH2701: Culture, Ecologies, Extinction: Environment and Society in a Time of Crisis 
EVNT1104: Environmental Science and Technology  EART1104: Discovering Earth 
ENVT2220: The Climate System  EART3353: Geological Mapping 
GEOG1103: Urbanisation and Sustainability  ENVT2251: Hydrology and Water Resource Management 
GEOG1106: Climate Change: Environment and Society  ENVT3362: Environmental Dynamics 
GEOG1104: Disasters! 
HIST1901: Environmental History 
Health
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
PUBH1101: Health and Illness in Human Populations  PUBH1102: Health and Globalisation 
SSEH3301: Exercise Prescription and Nutrition for Health and Fitness  SSEH3375: Psychology of Sport 
SSEH3345: Lifespan Motor Development  SSEH3385: Motor Development and Dysfunction 
SSEH3355: Biomechanical Principles  SSEH3389: Exercise Rehabilitation 
SSEH3365: Sport Physiology   
SSEH3389: Exercise Rehabilitation   
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
GEND1901: Beyond ‘Gender Wars’  ANTH1002: Global Change, Local Responses 
HIST2015: Looking for Australia: From the Deep Past to Federation  ENGL3300: Australian Literature and Cinema 
PSYC2203: Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology  PHIL2009: Global and Environmental Justice 
  POLS1102: Understanding Global Politics 
  PSYC2212: Psychology and Social Behaviour 
International Studies
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ANTH3601: Indigenous Australia  INDG1160: Boodjar Moort Katitjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge 
INDG1150: Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard 
 
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
SCIE2204: Marine Systems  BIOL1131: Plant and Animal Biology 
STAT1520: Economic and Business Statistics  STAT1520: Economic and Business Statistics 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ARLA1040: Techniques of Visualisation  ARLA1030: Structures and Systems 
HART1000: Great Moments in Art  MUSC1350: Popular Music in Global Perspective 
MUSC1351: Women in Music 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. UWA offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 Semester 2
BIOL2261: Conservation Biology ANTH1002: Global Change, Local Responses
EVNT1104: Environmental Science and Technology ANTH2701: Culture, Ecologies, Extinction: Environment and Society in a Time of Crisis
ENVT2220: The Climate System EART1104: Discovering Earth
GEOG1103: Urbanisation and Sustainability EART3353: Geological Mapping
GEOG1106: Climate Change: Environment and Society ENVT2251: Hydrology and Water Resource Management
INDG1150: Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard GEOG1104: Disasters!
  INDG1160: Boodjar Moort Katitjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge
  HIST1901: Environmental History
  PHIL2009: Global and Environmental Justice

Unique Opportunities

The University of Western Australia offers a study abroad/internship combination semester. This opportunity allows students of Kinesiology and Sports and Exercise Science backgrounds to take three upper level kinesiology courses while participating in a semester-long part-time internship, which counts as their fourth course. Please let your program manager know if you’re interested in this opportunity. 

University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit the University of Technology, Sydney online handbook.
  2. Select the course area of your interest (i.e. Business, Communication, Science).
  3. Select “Subjects”. (At UTS classes are referred to as subjects.)
  4. Scroll down the “Alphabetical lists of subjects” to view a list of courses offered in that particular subject area/faculty.
  5. Alternatively, students may access a full alphabetical list of all available subjects.
  6. Select the subject you are interested in for a description of the course.
  7. Some subject pages will have a section labeled “Typical Availability” so you can determine which semester the course is generally offered. The February-June term will be listed as Autumn. The July-November term will be listed as Spring. If you cannot find the typical availability, you can use the UTS Timetable Planner here to determine when subjects are offered.
  8. Verify that the course is offered on the City Campus.
  9. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

Common Fields of Study

Common fields of study are broken down into helpful PDF Guides by UTS. They have a list of courses in each. 

Business
Communication
Design, Architecture, and Building
Education
Electives
Engineering
Informational Technology
International Studies
Law
Science
Sport and Exercise


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1  Semester 2 
24736 Marketing Communications  24736 Marketing Communications 
21440 Management Skills  24730 Management Strategy 
21649 Olympic Games and Sport Mega-Events  21658 Australian Sport System 
21924 Start-up Bootcamp  21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability 
  20400 International Marketing 
Engineering
Semester 1  Semester 2 
48230 Introduction to Engineering Projects  48230 Introduction to Engineering Projects 
Environment
Semester 1  Semester 2 
91107 The Biosphere   
91116 Australian Wildlife and Management   
91369 Biodiversity Conservation   
20107 Sustainable Enterprise   
Health
Semester 1  Semester 2 
21655 Sport and Society    
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1  Semester 2 
92578 Diversity and Culture   
International Studies
Semester 1  Semester 2 
13992 Aboriginal Sydney Now   
 Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1  Semester 2 
88805 Intro to Photography  88805 Intro to Photography 
85503 Thinking Through Design   85503 Thinking Through Design 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. UTS offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1  Semester 2 
91107 The Biosphere  11225 Thermal Design and Environmental Control 
23570 Economics of the Environment  91123 Nature and Evolution 
16656 Sustainable Construction and Development Management  21636 Developing Sustainable Destinations 
10052 Environmental Sustainability Education  16266 Sustainable Urban Design and Development 

University of Wollongong

How to Find Courses

  1. Visit University of Wollongong’s online course catalog.
  2. Select the “Subjects” tab along the top.*
  3. On the left hand side, filter by the following:
    • Award Type: Undergraduate
    • Session: Autumn (Spring in the U.S./Feb-June) or Spring (Fall in the U.S./July-Nov)
    • Subject Level: 100-300
    • Delivery Method: On-Campus
    • Delivery Location: Wollongong
    • Year: Select your program year
    • You may also filter by Faculty or Study Area to browse particular subjects, or use the search function at the top of the page to search by keyword. Please note that some subjects (including many business courses) will show up when the corresponding Faculty is selected, but not the Study Area, so if you are having trouble finding something, try changing or removing some filters and using the search bar instead. If the course code is three letters instead of four, you will need to type a space between the letters and numbers.
  4. When you click on a subject, review the description and ensure you meet any prerequisite requirements and that the course is not restricted. 
    • The prerequisite section may list a number followed by “cp”. This stands for “credit points”. The typical number of credit points per UOW course is 6, so you can use this to estimate how many courses or semesters of college you must have completed in order to take the course (24 credit points = about one semester).
  5. Once you identify 6-8 courses that match your criteria, enter them into your TEAN application under “TEAN Course Selection”.

*Tips for decoding UOW’s Aussie vocabulary:

  • “Classes/courses” are called “Subjects”
  • “Degree programs” are called “Courses”
  • “Departments” are called “Faculties”

Common Fields of Study

Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities – AUST, BCM, CACS, CAVA, ENGL, GEOG, HAS, HIST, INDS, PHIL, POL, PSYC, SOC, STS

Business and Law – ACCY, BALA, BUS, COMM, ECON, FIN, MGNT, MARK

Engineering and Information Sciences – BMEG, CIVL, CSCI, CSIT, ECTE, ENGG, ENVE, ISIT, MATH, MECH, PHYS

Science, Medicine and Health – BIOL, CHEM, EESC, EXSC, GEOS, ME


Popular Courses

Business
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ACCY121: Accounting for Decision Making  ACCY121: Accounting for Decision Making 
ECON100: Economic Essentials for Business  ECON100: Economic Essentials for Business 
FIN111: Introductory Principles of Finance  FIN111: Introductory Principles of Finance 
MARK343: International Marketing 
Communications & Media
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
BCM222: Global Media and Social Justice  BCM333: Hollywood and Beyond: Film festival and genre in global context 
ELL230: Communication Across Cultures  ELL230: Communication Across Cultures 
Education
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EDSO101: Education and Society 
Engineering
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
ENGG105: Engineering Design for Sustainability  ENGG100: Engineering Computing and Analysis 
Environment
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
EESC101: Planet Earth  EESC101: Planet Earth 
EESC203: Biogeography and Environmental Change  EESC331: Changing Global Environments 
BIOL240: Biodiversity of Marine and Freshwater Organisms  PHIL256: Environmental Philosophy: Animals, Nature and Ethics 
STS302: Climate Change Policy, Possible Futures  STC100: Environment, Technology and Culture 
STC216: Environmental Sustainability, Risk and Governance 
Health
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
HAS350: Social Determinants of Indigenous Health  HAS135: Global Health Perspectives on Infectious Diseases 
MEDI150: Fundamental Concepts in Food and Nutrition  HAS350: Social Determinants of Indigenous Health 
MEDI113: Physiology of Sport, Exercise and Physical Activities 
Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CST120: Culture and Society  CST130: Cultures in Context 
GEOG121: Life in a Globalising World  CST361: Feminisms: Love, Rage and Activism 
HAS200: Social Justice in a World of Inequality  ENGL131: Australian Fiction and Film 
PSYC231: Personality  GEOG123: Indigenous Geographies: Questioning Country 
SOC238: Happiness: Investigating its Causes and Conditions 
GEOG222: Society and Environment: Resources, Challenges, Futures 
  POL221: Australian Politics 
  PSYC241: Developmental and Social Psychology 
  SOC208: Cities, Communities and Families 
International Studies
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
INDS150: Introduction to Indigenous Australia  AUST102: Locating Australia: International Perspectives 
INDS205: Indigenous Peoples and the Environment  INDS130: Indigenous Knowledge in Global Contexts 
INDS207: Indigeneity in the Contemporary World 
 
Science
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
MARE200: Introduction to Oceanography  BIOL241: Biodiversity of Terrestrial Organisms 
STAT291: Engineering Statistics  STAT101: Introduction to Statistics 
Visual, Performing Arts & Design
Semester 1 (February-June) Semester 2 (July-November)
CAPF204: Music and Culture  CAPF204: Music and Culture 
CAPF232: Contemporary Australian Theatre and its Context  CAPF232: Contemporary Australian Theatre and its Context 
CAVA124: Introduction to Photography 1  CAVA125: Introduction to Photography 2 
Choose Earth

At TEAN, “Choose Earth” encompasses not only environmental sustainability but also social justice and cross-cultural awareness. Wollongong offers a range of courses that will expose you to global issues, solutions and understanding. If you would like to participate in our Choose Earth Certificate program, consider one of the subjects below to complete the course requirement.

Semester 1 (UOW Autumn/US Spring) Semester 2 (UOW Spring/US Fall)
BCM222: Global Media and Social Justice BIOL241: Biodiversity of Terrestrial Organisms
BIOL240: Biodiversity of Marine and Freshwater Organisms EESC331: Changing Global Environments
EESC203: Biogeography and Environmental Change GEOG123: Indigenous Geographies: Questioning Country
ENGG105: Engineering Design for Sustainability GEOG222: Society and Environment: Resources, Challenges, Futures
GEOG121: Life in a Globalising World PHIL256: Environmental Philosophy: Animals, Nature and Ethics
HAS200: Social Justice in a World of Inequality STC100: Environment, Technology and Culture
INDS205: Indigenous Peoples and the Environment STC216: Environmental Sustainability, Risk and Governance
MARE200: Introduction to Oceanography

Unique Opportunities

University of Wollongong offers two different internship opportunities that are available to study abroad students. These include internships in the field of communications/business or science research.  Participation in either internship program requires a competitive interview process prior to the start of the semester. (Interviews are held via Skype).