Founded 1991 through the amalgamation of the South Australian Institute of Technology and several campuses of the South Australian College of Advanced Education.
- Business Department/DivisionFields of study: Labour and Industrial Relations, Labour Law, Leisure Studies, Real Estate, Private Law, Public Law, Sports Management, Leadership, Taxation, Criminal Law, Hotel Management, Banking, Human Resources, Business and Commerce, Administration, Tourism, Marketing, Finance, Law, Accountancy, Economics, Business Administration
- Telecommunications Research Research DivisionFields of study: Telecommunications Engineering
- Education, Arts and Social Sciences Department/DivisionFields of study: Art Management, Social Policy, Gender Studies, Cinema and Television, Behavioural Sciences, Social and Community Services, Social Welfare, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Performing Arts, Dance, Industrial Design, Multimedia, Interior Design, International Studies, Art History, Educational Sciences, Visual Arts, Special Education, Mass Communication, Linguistics, Media Studies, Theatre, Teacher Training, Journalism, Design, Social Work, Cultural Studies, Architecture, Fine Arts, Sociology, Modern Languages, Communication Studies, Political Sciences, Psychology, Education
- Health Sciences Department/DivisionFields of study: Health Sciences
- Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment Department/DivisionFields of study: Parks and Recreation, Water Science, Surveying and Mapping, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Production Engineering, Energy Engineering, Information Management, Materials Engineering, Statistics, Industrial Engineering, Environmental Studies, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics
- Human Resource Management Research DivisionFields of study: Human Resources
- Ian Wark Research DivisionFields of study: Polymer and Plastics Technology
- Water Management and Reuse Research DivisionFields of study: Water Management
- Admission details: Undergraduate entrants require senior secondary school (year 12) certificate or recognised foreign equivalent with appropriate grades and prerequisites. Postgraduate entrants shall normally hold a recognised University undergraduate degree or equivalent professional experience. The minimum English language entry requirements for international students who speak English as a foreign language are: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic - overall 6.0 obtained within the last two years or corresponding results from an equivalent test. Note that many programs have a higher IELTS (Academic) requirement, some of which include specific subscore requirements.