Would you like to graduate sooner? Need to catch up on some subjects? Or are you just wanting to try out university life? Our Summer Intensive Program is where it's at.
Our Summer Intensive Program gives you the chance to study a subject online during a nine-week period.
STARTS: 5 January 2022
ENDS: 4 March 2022
If you're a current Charles Sturt University student and these subjects are related to your course, you can add them through Online Administration
If these subjects are not related to your course, you can still apply. Your subjects will count towards a related full degree if you decide to pursue it later.
If you're studying at another University or TAFE and would like to study a subject or two at Charles Sturt University, welcome!
Our aim is to admit any applicant we believe can undertake study with a reasonable prospect of success.
When we take a look at your admission, we'll consider your previous studies and/or other attainments and experience. Many of our courses use a range of selection criteria other than (or in combination with) your ATAR or equivalent.
This subject provides and outline of the structure and function of biological macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids); the major metabolic and bioenergetics pathways within cells; and practical experience in common techniques used in biochemistry.
|RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL||Wagga Wagga Campus 4 days. Dates TBA.|
|START||5 January 2022|
|END||4 March 2022|
Fees for our Summer Intensive Program are charged per subject (Single Subject Study). Fees are payable upfront. We'll send you details about payment options with your letter of offer.
Please note: if you're a current Charles Sturt University student and enrolled in the related course as a HECS place, your fees will come under your HECS fees.
If you need help paying your fees, we offer a number of student loans. You may also be eligible for Government assistance.
“I enjoyed the flexibility offered by the summer semester subjects and like that it gives students an opportunity to catch up or get ahead. I chose to take Pathophysiology & Pharmacology 1 during the summer semester because I didn’t want to fall behind the rest of my cohort. Science is my weakest subject area and since I did pass, I wound up in a much better position for my second year.
I would recommend that people take a summer subject if they want to get ahead or if they are behind.”
“CSU was my first and only choice for university. I’m in my second year of the Bachelor of Nursing and took Human Bioscience 2 in summer semester 2015/16. The weekly tutorials and supportive lecturer were great, and passing the subject was certainly a highlight for me.
I found the summer semester to have less distractions and I would recommend it to other students.”
“The summer semester subjects are a great way to catch up if you find yourself falling behind, I took Human Bioscience in summer 2015/16 after not passing the subject in the previous semester. The content was easier to comprehend and the subject is taught by people in the nursing field.
Becoming a Registered Nurse has always been a dream of mine, and it’s slowly becoming a reality, thanks to Charles Sturt University.”