Health - Postgraduate Courses
START YOUR POSTGRADUATE STUDY WITH CQUNIVERSITY
If you’re looking to formalise your experience, change careers, or get the edge you need to advance in your current field, a postgraduate qualification from Australia’s largest regional university can help you get there.
Develop or broaden your skills with a graduate certificate, gain a high level of specialisation with a graduate diploma, or undertake in-depth study with a master’s course in health. Benefit from the flexibility of studying your way, with options to study full or part time, on campus at one of our many national locations or online via our renowned distance education mode. We’ve been ranked among the world’s best for our teaching and learning, so no matter how and where you choose to study, rest assured you’ll get a quality education from a uni that knows what you need to succeed.
A research higher degree (RHD) is a program of supervised research and study leading to the preparation and submission of a thesis, giving you the opportunity to specialise in an area of interest and make a significant contribution to knowledge and research. CQUniversity offers tuition-free RHD degrees at master and doctorate levels.
“I’ve always wanted to better understand victims’ help-seeking decisions in order to inform service delivery and community responses.”
“I joined CQUniversity in early 2016; the University was looking for someone to help develop a postgraduate course in domestic and family violence. At the time, there were no other institutions in Australia, and only a handful of small international institutions, offering a dedicated course focused entirely on this area, and the work we’ve carried out since has been truly ground breaking.”
“I’ve been very fortunate to find a job where I can directly apply my research and expertise to my teaching and work with students who are able to translate it into practice.”
Read more about Silke, a lecturer in Domestic and Family Violence Practice at CQUniversity.
CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING
If you’ve previously completed study or relevant work experience, you may be eligible to receive credit toward future study. This could help you meet the entry requirements of your course of interest, or reduce the number of units you are required to complete.