Masters of Data Science & Innovation
|2019 - 2021||6.87 / 7.0||MDSI||Soon…|
The UTS Master of Data Science and Innovation is a ground-breaking program of study. It’s the first transdisciplinary data science degree offered in Australia where creativity and innovation are integral components. The MDSI equips students with the skills and expertise they’ll need for a rewarding career in data science and analytics.
Taking a transdisciplinary approach, the course utilises a range of perspectives from diverse fields and integrates them with industry experiences, real-world projects and self-directed study, equipping graduates with an understanding of the potential of analytics to transform practice. The course is delivered in a range of modes, including face-to-face learning and contemporary online experiences in UTS’s leading-edge facilities.
|36100||2019-Aut||Data Science for Innovation||D||DSI|
|36106||2019-Aut||Data Algorithms and Applications||HD||DAM|
|36101||2019-Spr||Leading Data Science Initiatives||HD||LDSI|
|36103||2019-Spr||Statistical Thinking for Data Science||HD||STDS|
|36104||2020-Aut||Data Visualisation and Narratives||HD||DVN|
|36114||2021-Feb||Advanced Data Science for Innovation||HD||ADSI|
|94693||2021-Aut||Big Data Engineering||HD||BDE|
Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking
|2017 - 2019||6.0 / 7.0||BALCT||Open|
Awards & Activities
- Academic Engagement Award (2017)
- Recipient of the Citizens Scholar Award (2017)
- Deans Merit List (2017)
- Participant of the WYSE International Leadership Programme in Italy (2017)
- Member of the Golden Key International Honours Society (2017)
The Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking (BALCT) is not a stand-alone degree, but is designed to be undertaken in combination with any bachelor degree. It focuses on ethical leadership, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation, capacity to deal with complexities, relationship and critical thinking skills. The Academy’s three pillars of academic rigour, professional and personal development and community engagement provide the perfect base upon which to offer this innovative degree. These characteristics and aptitudes are what the employer of tomorrow will be seeking in a graduate. Students enrolled in this degree will think from multiple perspectives, see and create opportunities, and bring creative, cooperative, empathetic and ethical leadership to his or her future role in the workplace – even if that role is, as yet, unimagined.
|36100||2015-Aut||Leadership in a Complex World||HD||LCW|
|36106||2016-Spr||Logic, Rhetoric and Argumentation||C||LRA|
|36101||2017-Sum||Internship and Community Engagement||D||ICE|
|36104||2017-Aut||Creativity, Innovation and Design Thinking||D||CIDT|
|36103||2017-Aut||Introduction to Critical Thinking||D||ICT|
Bachelor of Business and Commerce: Advanced Business Leadership (Management)
|2012 - 2017||6.235 / 7.0||BBC-ABL(MGMNT)||Open|
Awards & Activities
- Deans Medal for Outstanding Scholarship (2016)
- Deans Merit List (2013, 2014, 2015)
- Member of the Golden Key International Honours Society (2012)
- International Internship: Human Resources Assistant with Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (2013)
- Participant at the University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Cambodia (2014)
- Research Assistant with the University’s project for the Skills Shortage in Western Sydney (2015)
The Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Advanced Business Leadership) degree is a broadly based, multi-discipline undergraduate course offering flexibility and choice through a range of nine different Majors, each of which reflects a particular business discipline. The Major I have chosen is Management. The degree seeks to equip its students with a sound understanding of business issues, complemented by a high level of knowledge relevant to a specific business discipline. The Management discipline has a capstone unit called Contemporary Management Issues. This unit allowed me to graduate ‘business ready’, and has prepared me to deal with real world business issues and problems and generate real world business solutions. The intention of the course is to provide a foundation for the development of Australia’s future business leaders.
|200336||2012-Aut||Business Academic Skills||D||BAS|
|200101||2012-Spr||Accounting Information for Managers||D||AIM|
|200032||2013-Aut||Statistics for Business||HD||SfB|
|200184||2013-Aut||Introduction to Business Law||P||IBL|
|200587||2013-Spr||Principles of Economics||HD||PoE|
|200586||2014-Aut||Cross Cultural Management||HD||CCM|
|200588||2014-Aut||Global Operations and Logistics Management||D||GOLM|
|200157||2014-Spr||Management of Change||D||MoC|
|200570||2014-Spr||Organisational Learning and Development||D||OLD|
|200863||2015-Aut||Leadership and Entrepreneurship||HD||L&E|
|200568||2015-Spr||Contemporary Management Issues||HD||CMI|
|200572||2016-Aut||Advanced Business Seminars||HD||ABS|
|200574||2016-Aut||Frontiers of Business Theory and Analysis||D||FBTA|
|200158||2016-Spr||Business, Society and Policy||D||BSP|
Diploma of Management
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are engaged to manage the work of others or to add value to or review management practices. Their role may be in any industry or organisational setting. Typically people in these roles will have considerable experience in their respective industries or vocational areas and combine an informed perspective of specific work requirements with their managerial approaches. The qualification requires a sound theoretical knowledge base and managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate own work or the work of a team.
|200336||2011-Aut||Manage Quality Customer Service|
|200101||2011-Aut||Develop a Workplace Learning Environment|
|200032||2011-Aut||Manage People Performance|
|200184||2011-Aut||Facilitate Continuous Improvement|
|200525||2011-Aut||Ensure a Safe Workplace|
|200587||2011-Aut||Manage Personal Work Priorities and Professional Development|
|200586||2011-Aut||Ensure Team Effectiveness|
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
This qualification reflects the roles of individuals delivering training and assessment services in the vocational education and training (VET) sector. Achievement of this qualification or an equivalent by trainers and assessors is a requirement of the Australian Quality Training Framework Essential Standards for Registration (Standard 1 as outlined in Appendix 2 of the Users' Guide to the Essential Standards for Registration). This qualification, or the skill sets derived from units of competency within it, is also suitable preparation for those engaged in the delivery of training and assessment of competence in a workplace context, as a component of a structured VET program.
|200336||2011-Spr||Make a Presentation|
|200101||2011-Spr||Contribute to Assessment|
|200032||2011-Spr||Plan Assessment Activities and Processes|
|200525||2011-Spr||Participate in Assessment Validation|
|200587||2011-Spr||Provide Work Skill Instruction|
|200586||2011-Spr||Plan, Organise and Deliver Group-Based Learning|
|200586||2011-Spr||Plan, Organise and Facilitate Learning in the Workplace|
|200586||2011-Spr||Design and Develop Learning Programs|
|200586||2011-Spr||Use Training Packages and Accredited Courses to Meet Client Needs|
Lean Six Sigma: Continuous Improvement
Lean Six Sigma is a method of improving business performance that relies on a collaborative team effort to improve operational efficiency by systematically removing waste and reducing variation.
- Green Belt: 2017
- Yellow Belt: 2016
Paul Harris Fellow
For significant assistance given for the furtherance of understanding and friendly relations among peoples of the world.
- Awarded: 2018
- 1st Sapphire: 2020
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
RYLA is a transformational 7-day leadership program targeted at young Australians aged between 19 and 27, and is delivered by Rotary International. As a Facilitator on this program, I helped to run the program, and to challenge and enrich the experience of our participants.
- Facilitator: 2016, 2019, 2020
- Participant: 2015
Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)
RYPEN is an intensive residential weekend, designed for young people aged approximately 14 to 16. As a Facilitator/Mentor, I helped to deliver the program, and to motivate and inspire our participants.
- Facilitator: 2015-2019 (Summer)
- Mentor: 2015-2019 (Winter)
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
The Award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young Australians aged 14-24 to explore their full potential and find their purpose, passion and place in the world, regardless of their location or circumstance.
- Gold: 2009
- Silver: 2007
- Bronze: 2006