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Transport and Safety Sciences - Postgraduate Courses


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 transport and safety sciences. 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 online study 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.

Explore what’s available below, and be sure to check the intake dates on your course page of interest to see when you’re able to get started.



Get to know Tony

CQUni Knows Tony

More than anything, I just want to be able to feel confident that I’m equipped to have the tools available to find out what’s gone wrong.”

“Even though I had some experience, I went into the course with ‘an accident investigator’s approach’. It was really good to go through university and have lecturers that have worked in the aviation accident industry through to mining and hear their stories.”

“I was surprised because I’d never done distance learning before, but once you’ve navigated the online space, it all works really well. I never thought I’d be in a position to be a university student. I surprised a lot of people and I have surprised myself.”

Read more about Tony who completed a Graduate Diploma of Accident Investigation and is now working towards a Master of Accident Investigation at CQUniversity.


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.