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2017 COURSE GUIDE

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Business, Accounting and Law | Creative, Performing and Visual Arts | Education and Humanities | Engineering
and BuiltEnvironment | Engineering Trades | English, Study and Work Preparation | Health | Information
Technology and Digital Media | Psychology, Social Work and Community Services | Science and Environment |
Service Industries | Transport and SafetySciences | Research

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VICE-CHANCELLORS
WELCOME
Thanks for taking the time to explore the many
options available at one of Australias greatest
universities. Im sure youll find we have a lot
to offer, including a wide range of courses,
a chance to study at locations right across
Australia and the world, and opportunities to
engage in work-integrated learning.
CQUniversity is a university like no other. We are one of Australias most engaged
and comprehensive universities when it comes to study options and geographical
presence, in fact we are Australias largest regional university. Most importantly
though, we are recognised as Australias most inclusive university, meaning we
pride ourselves on who we embrace and include.
CQUniversity is a leader in industry engagement, which allows us to incorporate
internship opportunities into many of our courses, so our students can gain
practical work experience and establish professional networks before graduation.
CQUniversity is also heavily focused on social innovation. This concept is
becoming more and more embedded within our curriculum, meaning all of our
students have a chance to engage with communities, innovate and give back. In
fact, so strong is CQUniversitys commitment to social innovation that we are the
first and only Australian university to be recognised as a prestigious Ashoka U
Changemaker Campus.
The time has never been better to explore your study or training options at
CQUniversity. I have no doubt that you will find a course that will suit your needs
and set you up for a satisfying, exciting and rewarding career.
Whats more, choosing CQUniversity will also mean you are choosing a
world-class university that is recognised within the top 600 universities worldwide
and among the top 150 universities under 50, by the Times Higher Education
World University Rankings. On top of this CQUniversity has also been rated five
stars for inclusiveness, internationalisation and distance/online learning by the
global QS Stars rating system*.
I look forward to welcoming you to this great university in 2017!

Professor Scott Bowman


Vice-Chancellor and President
CQUniversity Australia

Visit www.cqu.edu.au/reputation for ranking details.

VICE-CHANCELLORS WELCOME

Welcome to CQUniversity Australia.

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

04

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING
AND LAW

26

42

EDUCATION
AND HUMANITIES

ENGLISH, STUDY AND


WORK PREPARATION

Accounting

04

Childcare

26

Spoken and Written English

42

Bookkeeping

06

Education Support

27

Enabling

43

Business

06

Teaching

27

Communication

44

Business Administration

08

Training

29

Numeracy

45

Human Resource Management 09

Arts

29

Innovation

11

Journalism

31

International Business

11

Professional Communication

31

46

Management

12

Marketing and PublicRelations

14

Chiropractic

46

Project Management

15

Clinical Investigation

47

Property

16

Health Science

47

Retail

16

Nutrition

47

Supply Chain and Logistics

17

Occupational Therapy

48

Tourism

18

Oral Health

48

Justice

19

Pathology

48

Law

19

Physiotherapy

48

Podiatry

49

Speech Pathology

49

Aged Care

50

20

32

ENGINEERING AND
BUILTENVIRONMENT

HEALTH

CREATIVE, PERFORMING
AND VISUAL ARTS

Aviation

32

Community Care

50

Building Design

33

Disability

51

Creative Industries

20

Building Surveying

34

Health Care

51

Acting and Drama

21

Construction Management

34

Indigenous Health

52

Arts Production

22

Engineering

35

Dementia Studies

52

Dance

22

Music and Theatre

22

Maintenance and
AssetManagement

36

Domestic and Family


ViolenceStudies

53

Visual Arts

24

Project Management

37

Healthy Ageing Studies

53

Echocardiography

54

Medical Imaging

54

Sonography

55

Exercise and Sport Sciences

55

Fitness

56

Midwifery

56

Nursing

57

Paramedic Science

58

38

ENGINEERING TRADES
Automotive

38

Construction

39

Engineering Technology

40

03

Emergency Service

60

Healthy Ageing Studies

72

Environmental Health

60

Psychology

72

Health Promotion

61

Social Work

73

62

INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND
DIGITAL MEDIA

82

TRANSPORT AND
SAFETYSCIENCES
Accident Forensics

82

Emergency Service

83

Occupational Health andSafety 84


Aviation

85
86

Digital Media

62

Supply Chain and Logistics

Aviation

63

Information Systems

64

Information Technology

64

87

Project Management

66

68

74

RESEARCH

SCIENCE AND
ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture

74

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL
WORK AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES

Environmental Science

75

Horticulture

75

Laboratory Operations

76

Aged Care

68

Science

76

Community Care

69

Disability

69

Emergency Service

70

78

Health Care

70

Indigenous Health

70

Beauty

78

Dementia Studies

71

Hairdressing

79

Hospitality

80

Tourism

81

Domestic and Family


ViolenceStudies

71

SERVICE INDUSTRIES

Masters Degree by Research

87

Doctoral Degrees

88

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

04

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING
AND LAW

ACCOUNTING COURSES
Accounting
Accounting involves analysing, reporting and providing
advice on financial dealings for individuals and
organisations. Work in the accounting field may also
involve the preparation of financial statements, provision
of financial and taxation advice, funds management,
appraisal of cash flows and financial risks. Modern
professional accountants are multi-skilled and dynamic.
You can enjoy a wide range of career opportunities in
areas such as assurance services, consulting services,
forensic accounting, international accounting, strategic
management, taxation and financial planning.

FNS40615 - CERTIFICATE IV IN ACCOUNTING


Have you got the drive to succeed and want to develop
your entrepreneurial ambitions, business acumen or
organisational skills into a formal qualification? Are you
looking to gain the skills to set you up for a wide variety
of roles in local to international businesses? Our business
accounting and law courses will get you where you want
to go.
Build upon your existing interests and business acumen
by undertaking study to get your career started or propel
you tothe top.
The broad scope of business underpins every sector
of our economy and is fundamental to all industries. In
todays competitive employment market, formalised
business skills are in high demand.
Whether youre looking to develop expertise in a
specialist area such as accounting, business or law,
or to gain well-rounded business insights or core
administrative skills, well help you take your career to
the next level.

This course enhances your employability within the financial


services industry and equips you with a range of valuable
skills. Your studies will focus on developing skills enabling
you to undertake operational reporting, process financial
transactions and carry out business activity and instalment
activity statement tasks skills that are highly desired by
employers. This course has a practical focus to ensure you
are well prepared to start your career in accounting or move
into roles that require accounting support functions.

FNS50215 - DIPLOMA OF ACCOUNTING


This course equips you with the technical skills and
knowledge needed to provide professional financial services
and enhance your employability. Your training will focus on
enabling you to perform management and administrative
accounting functions. You will develop skills to effectively
use computerised accounting systems, prepare income
tax returns and establish business networks. Further study
opportunities include the Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
or Bachelor of Accounting. You may receive credit within
these degrees following completion of the Diploma
ofAccounting.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Bachelor of Accounting gives you the opportunity


to study a degree recognised by professional accounting
bodies throughout Australia and allows you to take
advantage of the exciting career opportunities that exist in
the modern business environment. If you like to analyse,
audit, organise and provide solutions for clients, a career in
accounting may be for you. You are required to complete
a total of 24 units including six compulsory core units,
12 accounting technical specialist units and six elective
units. This course is accredited by the three accounting
professional associations in Australia and leads to a
recognised professional qualification.

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (ACCOUNTING)


The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) is designed to develop
your business skills and give you the opportunity to pursue
a specialisation in accounting. You are required to complete
a total of 24 units including eight compulsory core business
units, eight accounting specialist units and eight elective units.
This course allows you to combine your accounting studies
with other business disciplines such as marketing, human
resource management, management, information systems,
supply chain management, public relations or property.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts provides you with a multidisciplinary
education by combining an eight course major from the
Bachelor of Business, such as accounting, with two majors
(eight units each) from humanities and social sciences.

CB68 - BACHELOR OF LAWS AND BACHELOR


OFACCOUNTING
This double degree will enhance your employability and equip
you with the technical skills needed for a career in accounting,
law and business. This four-year degree includes 36 units, of
which there are 24 law units and 12 accountingunits.

CQ91 - BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
Get the best of both worlds with this dual degree. Enhance
your employability and tailor your degree to suit your
individual needs by studying the Bachelor of Accounting/
Bachelor of Business. This four-year degree provides extra
depth of study in both accounting and business with 32 units
including 16 business units and 13 accounting units, plus
three electives.

CC38 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


PROFESSIONALACCOUNTING
If you have a degree in another discipline and are looking to
develop your skill set in accounting, this course is for you.
It involves four core units and is the first stage in a suite
of postgraduate accounting courses that will develop your
knowledge and skills in accounting. Upon completion of
this course you can proceed to the Graduate Diploma of
Professional Accounting.

CC35 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


PROFESSIONALACCOUNTING
If you are a graduate looking to redirect your career into
accounting, this course is for you. It includes eight units and
if you have already completed the Graduate Certificate in
Professional Accounting you will receive a credit transfer for
those units.

CC57 - MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING


This course enables you, as a graduate from a
non-accounting background, to qualify as an accounting
professional. This course is accredited by the three
accounting professional associations in Australia and leads
to a recognised professional qualification. There are 16 units
in this course with credit transfers if you have entered the
course via the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma of
Professional Accounting.

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

CQ01 - BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING

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BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

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Bookkeeping
Bookkeeping is a vital part of business administration in all
industries. Work in the field may involve the preparation
of summaries of financial transactions, receipting and
processing invoices, calculation and distribution of wages
or salaries, preparation of financial statements and
debtors listings and reconciliation of accounts.
Our bookkeeping courses will give you the formalised
qualifications to pursue a career in finance including
working as a clerk in accounts payable or receivable or
as a bookkeeper.

FNS30315 - CERTIFICATE III IN


ACCOUNTSADMINISTRATION
If you would like to pursue a career in finance or formalise
your existing practical experience this course may be for you.
Your studies will focus on developing valuable finance skills
that are highly sought after by finance departments. Enhance
your employability by gaining formal training in fundamental
office procedures such as checking and processing financial
data entry, accounts payable and accounts receivable, plus
much more. This course is the ideal platform if you choose
to increase your skill set and employment prospects by
undertaking further studies.

FNS40215 - CERTIFICATE IV IN BOOKKEEPING


The Certificate IV in Bookkeeping is designed to develop
your technical knowledge and bookkeeping and accounting
skills. This course will develop your skills in effectively
establishing and maintaining manual and computerised
accounting systems and compiling Business Activity
Statements (BAS). Your studies will provide you with a solid
foundation to continue your studies at a higher level, allowing
you to increase your employability.

BUSINESS COURSES
Business
The broad scope of business underpins every sector
of our economy and is vital to all industries. In todays
competitive employment market, business skills are
in high demand. A business career offers a number of
employment opportunities and the ability to advance
from an entry-level position to supervisor, manager,
consultant or senior executive within business,
government or non-profit organisations in the industry
of your choice. Entrepreneurs and business owners can
launch or further their success with strong foundations
in business skills and knowledge gained from study in
the field.

BSB20115 - CERTIFICATE II IN BUSINESS


Study the Certificate II in Business and equip yourself with
entry-level skills in business administration to enhance
your employability. Your studies will focus on developing
skills to effectively use Microsoft Word and Excel software,
and undertake a range of routine tasks such as processing
mail and filing. You will develop skills required to perform
routine tasks such as processing, maintaining, storing
and collecting workplace information. Your training will
include teamwork and communication, enabling you to
communicate effectively within an office environment
when you enter the workforce.

BSB30115 - CERTIFICATE III IN BUSINESS


Take the next step in your business career and equip
yourself with advanced office-related skills by studying the
Certificate III in Business. You will develop industry-relevant
skills and gain knowledge in computing technology, office
practices and finance skills that are highly desired by
employers. Graduate work ready and equipped to pursue a
business career in a variety of office administrative roles.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

BSB50415 - DIPLOMA OF
BUSINESSADMINISTRATION

If you are seeking employment in an office or business


environment, the Certificate III in Business Administration
may be for you. Your studies will focus on developing
business administration skills through the use of Microsoft
Word and other computer applications and software. Upon
completion you will have the skills required to undertake
common business-related tasks such as producing
documents, building customer relationships and financial
administration duties.

Equip yourself with valuable business administration skills


to enhance your employability with the Diploma of Business
Administration. Your studies will focus on developing
your knowledge and skills to plan, execute and evaluate a
range of tasks including problem solving and analysing and
evaluating information. Youll be prepared for roles in office
administration management.

BSB40215 - CERTIFICATE IV IN BUSINESS

The Diploma of Business Studies is ideal for you if you are


unable to devote the time to study a three year business
degree. This one-year course involves eight units including
the core units of accounting, economics, organisational
behaviour and marketing as well as four elective units from
the specialisation disciplines of accounting, human resource
management, management, marketing, property, public
relations, social innovation or supply chain management.
Units completed in this course can be transferred into the
Universitys Bachelor of Business (Specialisation).

If you enjoy being an administrator and would like to improve


your business skills, as well as advance your career, the
Certificate IV in Business may be for you. Learn how to oversee
an office, make decisions on administrative matters and provide
advice to colleagues and staff under your supervision. Your
studies will focus on developing administrative, organisational
and technological skills. You will gain skills required to perform
routine tasks such as report and business writing and general
occupational health and safety duties.

BSB40515 - CERTIFICATE IV IN
BUSINESSADMINISTRATION
Study the Certificate IV in Business Administration and equip
yourself with valuable administrative skills to enhance your
employability. Your studies will focus on developing a broad
skill set across a range of administrative contexts including
problem solving and analysing and evaluating information.
Youll be prepared for office administration and project
assistant roles. You may also choose to further your studies
and build on your skills with the Diploma of Business.

BSB50215 - DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS


If you want to further develop your skills across a wide
variety of business functions the Diploma of Business
may be for you. Your studies will focus on developing the
crucial skills needed to work in a senior administrative role
including how to effectively manage meetings, conferences,
human resources and your professional development needs.
Further study opportunities include the Bachelor of Business
(Specialisation) or Bachelor of Accounting. You may receive
credit within these degrees following completion of the
Diploma of Business.

CG01 - DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS STUDIES

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (SPECIALISATION)


The Bachelor of Business (Specialisation) offers you the
opportunity to concentrate your studies in one or more
business specialisations. You can choose to focus your studies
on marketing, management, human resource management,
public relations, property, accounting, social innovation or
supply chain management. The course is structured with eight
compulsory core business units that provide the foundation
of business knowledge and complements the eight-unit
specialisation and eight elective unit choices, which can come
from any of the discipline areas. This diverse range of study
options provides you with the opportunity to develop a broad
range of skills relating to the modern business environment.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts (Business) is structured so that
you have the opportunity to explore the traditional arts
disciplines of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literacy and cultural studies or social enquiry, as well
as choosing a professional specialisation from the business
disciplines of accounting, human resource management,
management,marketing, property, public relations, supply
chain management and social innovation. The combination
of arts and business majors will enable you to think deeply in
the arenas of humanities and social sciences in the context
of a career in business.

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

BSB30415 - CERTIFICATE III IN


BUSINESSADMINISTRATION

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BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

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CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS

CD60 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (BUSINESS


ANDINFORMATICS)

The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree


course will appeal to you if your career aspirations are best
served by combining a multidisciplinary degree course that
allows you to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas
of humanities and the social sciences with a professional
business course. The course contains 32 units, of which
eight are core business units and an additional eight
units represent a major in one of the business disciplines
of marketing, human resource management, general
management, social innovation, supply chain management,
property, public relations or accounting. There is also the
opportunity to study two majors from arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of


supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in a specific business discipline. Your research will
lead to the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant
original contribution to knowledge. This contribution
can be in the form of new knowledge or significant
and original adaptation, application and interpretation of
existingknowledge.

CQ91 - BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
Get the best of both worlds with this dual degree. Enhance
your employability and tailor your degree to suit your
individual needs by studying the Bachelor of Accounting/
Bachelor of Business. This four-year degree provides extra
depth of study in both accounting and business with 32 units
including 16 business units and 13 accounting units, plus
three electives.

CU47 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (SPECIALISATION)/


BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
This dual degree provides you with the opportunity to
combine the study of public relations and communication
with business specialisations. This four-year course includes
six public relations units, six communications units with an
industry placement, 16 business units, plus three electives.
The ability to combine a professional communications
focus with business disciplines such as marketing, human
resource management, general management, social
innovation, supply chain management, accountancy or
property shows the versatility of this dual course.

CA81 - MASTER OF BUSINESS


Undertake world-class research at CQUniversity with
the Master of Business. This two-year course involves
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in business, management or commerce. Your
research will lead to the submission of a thesis, which
makes a significant original contribution to knowledge in
your area of research.

Business Administration
Studying business administration with CQUniversity
will appeal to you as a business and management
processional if you wish to take the next step in your
career. If you have management experience and a
bachelors degree, the Master of Business Administration
will boost your career potential. If you have experience
but no formal qualification, the Graduate Certificate
and Graduate Diploma of Business Administration will
provide study opportunities that allow you to expand
your contemporary management knowledge.

CC51 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


BUSINESSADMINISTRATION
If you have a bachelors degree in a non-business
discipline and are looking to develop skills and knowledge
in organisational management this course is for you.
Alternatively if you have strong experience in the world of
business but no formal qualification this course offers you
the chance to get that formal recognition. Alternatively, you
may want to update your skills in evolving areas of business.
This four-unit course is the first of three postgraduate
business administration courses. You can study one course
or all, the choice is yours.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Build on the skills acquired during the Graduate Certificate


of Business Administration by completing the Graduate
Diploma of Business Administration an eight-unit
course that provides you with the opportunity to study
contemporary management practices. You will study a range
of topics relating to organisational management and develop
the creative, analytical and interpersonal skills needed for
successful business leadership. Benefit from credits given
for units completed within the CQUniversity Graduate
Certificate of Business Administration. The course allows
articulation into the Master of Business Administration
(MBA) or the Master of Management for Engineers.

CC58 - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


The Master of Business Administration (MBA) has recently
been redesigned to equip you with critical interpersonal skills
and the knowledge base to succeed in todays dynamic,
fast-paced and competitive global environment. During the
16-unit course you will cover a wide variety of contemporary
business content and develop a well-rounded knowledge
base in the modern world of business. Credit is given for
units completed within the CQUniversity Graduate Diploma
of Business Administration.

Human Resource
Management
Human resource management involves services and
strategy surrounding the recruitment and employment of
staff for an organisation. Human resource management
may involve the recruitment of staff, staff training,
performance management, implementing organisational
change, enterprise bargaining, and providing advice to
management and employees on policies and procedures.

BSB41015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN HUMAN RESOURCES


This course may be suitable if you have a desire to enter the
human resources (HR) industry or are an existing practitioner
wanting to expand your level of general HR knowledge.
During your studies you will explore a range of HR concepts
including HR functions, recruitment and selection, induction
of staff and workplace health and safety policies, plus much
more. You will study legislative requirements and industrial
relations procedures, as well as ways to establish effective
workplace relationships and support employees.

BSB50615 - DIPLOMA OF HUMAN


RESOURCESMANAGEMENT
Whether you are looking to commence work in the field
of human resources (HR), or would like to advance your
career, this course may be for you. Build on the foundations
of the Certificate IV in Human Resources and equip
yourself with a range of skills that will prepare you for a
management role within HR. Your studies will focus on
developing skills enabling you to effectively perform a
variety of duties such as recruitment and selection, and
developing performance management processes. You
will become confident in developing HR policies and
procedures, workforce planning and employee relations.
Further study opportunities include the Bachelor of
Business (Specialisation) at CQUniversity. You may receive
credit within this degree following completion of the
Diploma of Human Resource Management.

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

CC52 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


BUSINESSADMINISTRATION

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BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

10

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (HUMAN


RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)
The Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)
will develop your business skills and give you the opportunity
to pursue a specialisation in human resource management.
You will complete a total of 24 units including eight
compulsory core business units, eight human resources
management specialist units and eight elective units. The
human resource management specialisation will develop
your knowledge and expertise in planning, recruitment and
selection, and performance management. The versatility
of this course allows you to combine your HR studies with
other business disciplines such as accounting, marketing,
management, social innovation, supply chain management,
public relations orproperty.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts (Business) is structured so that you
have the opportunity to explore the traditional arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology, as well engage with
a professional major such as human resource management.
The combination of arts and business majors will enable you
to think deeply in the areas of humanities and social sciences
in the context of a career in human resource management.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business course will
appeal to you if your career aspirations are best served
by combining a multidisciplinary course that allows you to
pursue studies in the broad discipline areas of humanities
and the social sciences with a professional business course.
The four-year course contains 32 units, of which eight are
core business units and an additional eight units represent
a major in human resource management. There is also the
opportunity to study two majors from the arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL


COMMUNICATION (HUMAN
RESOURCEMANAGEMENT)
The Bachelor of Professional Communication (Human
Resource Management) is a versatile course that allows you to
combine the study of public relations and communications with
the business specialisation of human resource management.
You will be able to apply knowledge of issues associated with
human resource management with your communication skills
to work effectively to support people and foster a positive
culture within an organisationalsetting.

CU47 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (HUMAN


RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)/BACHELOR OF
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
This dual degree provides you with the opportunity to
combine the study of public relations and communication
with in-depth study of human resource management.
This four-year course includes six public relations units,
six communications units with an industry placement,
eight core business units, eight specific human resource
management units, plus three electives to provide further
versatility in discipline studies.

CH76 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT


If you have a bachelors degree in a field other than business
and are looking to progress your career into management,
this course is for you. Alternatively, if you do not have a
bachelors degree but have a strong background of work
experience, this course can help you gain a professional
qualification. This four-unit course also provides a pathway
into our masters courses, providing opportunities for further
study in a diverse range of business disciplines.

CC67 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF HUMAN


RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
If you have previously completed the Graduate Certificate
in Management and are looking to take the next step in
your career the Graduate Diploma of Human Resource
Management may be for you. Credit is given for units
completed within the CQUniversity Graduate Certificate in
Management. During this eight-unit course you will build
on the foundation created with the Graduate Certificate
in Management. You can continue your studies in human
resource management by progressing to the Master of
Human Resource Management at CQUniversity.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

CV88 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


SOCIALINNOVATION

The Master of Human Resource Management is the


most advanced study option available to you as a human
resource professional. During this 16-unit course you
will cover all areas of human resource management,
enabling you to facilitate critical evaluation of contemporary
theories and develop advanced skills and knowledge in
the field. The course examines human resource strategy,
training, recruitment, performance development, diversity
management and managing change. You will also gain
credit for units completed within the CQUniversity Graduate
Diploma of Human Resource Management.

This course will be of interest if you want to develop your


capacity for social entrepreneurship, intrapreneurial impact
and engendering a positive impact in the world. Social
innovation focuses on addressing the root causes of social
issues and works for systemic change. The foundation in
business strategies and social innovation will equip you with
the capacity to be an agent of change in all walks of life.

Innovation
Innovation is a concept that seeks to find creative and
sustainable solutions to social and practical needs or
problems. Work in social innovation includes social
project design and management, new social venture
development and design and development of teams
and team dynamics. Strategic innovation work focuses
on practical problem-solving techniques including
consulting and advising on business performance and
improvements, project design and management and
new venture development. Our innovation courses focus
on building your professional capacity as a manager or
entrepreneur providing applicable skills across corporate,
government and third (not-for-profit) sectors.

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS


(SOCIALINNOVATION)
The Bachelor of Business (Social Innovation) offers you
the opportunity to concentrate your studies in social
innovation. The course is structured with eight compulsory
core business units that provide the foundation of business
knowledge and complements the eight-unit specialisation
in social innovation and eight elective unit choices, which
can come from any of the discipline areas. Social innovation
involves studies in social change, entrepreneurship and
innovation and, when matched with electives from other
business disciplines, provides a unique platform for future
career opportunities.

CV77 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


STRATEGICINNOVATION
The Graduate Certificate in Strategic Innovation teaches
practical and creative problem-solving techniques and
explores the creation of new opportunities through process,
disruptive, radical and continuous innovation for social,
digital, service and commercial contexts. The course
embodies design thinking; embracing logic, imagination,
intuition and systemic reasoning to explore possibilities
and create desired outcomes for both intrapreneurial and
entrepreneurial innovation.

International Business
International business focuses on contemporary
business practices in an international setting. In
this field you may work in specialty areas including
international marketing, law, finance and human
resource management with a focus on multi-national
enterprise and international business practices. An
international business career may include international
marketing executive, international finance executive,
business analyst, manager in international business or
international public relationsexecutive.

CH76 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE INMANAGEMENT


If you have a bachelors degree in a field other than
business and are looking to progress your career into
management, this course is for you. Alternatively, if you
have do not have a bachelors degree but have a strong
background of work experience, this course can help you
gain a professional qualification. This four-unit course also
provides a pathway into our masters courses, providing
opportunities for further study.

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

CC72 - MASTER OF HUMAN


RESOURCEMANAGEMENT

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CC68 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


INTERNATIONALBUSINESS

BSB42015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN LEADERSHIP


ANDMANAGEMENT

Enhance your international business skills, increase your


employability and build on the foundation created with
the Graduate Certificate in Management by completing
the eight-unit Graduate Diploma of International Business.
Credit is given for units completed within the CQUniversity
Graduate Certificate in Management. The Graduate Diploma
of International Business is your perfect pathway into the
Master of International Business at CQUniversity should
you choose to add additional depth to your knowledge of
international business.

If you are moving into a supervisory position or want formal


recognition for supervisory skills you have developed in the
workplace the Certificate IV in Leadership and Management
may be for you. Enhance your supervisory skills and
knowledge and develop valuable skills in leadership,
operational planning and workplace health and safety. Upon
completion you may be able to gain or enhance your career
in management.

CC73 - MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


The 16-unit Master of International Business provides you
with a wide variety of contemporary international business
content so that you can develop a well-rounded knowledge
base in the modern world of global business. Credit is given
for units completed within the CQUniversity Graduate
Diploma of International Business. During your studies you will
cover business strategy, the functional areas of management,
human resources management, marketing, law and finance
and contextual studies ofparticular regions and countries.

BSB51915 - DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP


ANDMANAGEMENT
If you would like to develop leadership management skills
and apply knowledge, practical skills and experience in
leadership and management across a range of enterprise
and industry contexts this course is for you. You will develop
skills and knowledge to plan, organise, implement and
monitor your workload and the workload of others. Upon
completion you will be able to design, apply and evaluate
solutions to problems, and identify, analyse and compare
information from a range of sources.

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT)

Management
The field of management is wide and varied.
Management may involve providing advice, statistics and
reports relating to key business functions, implementing
new systems and processes, consulting and project
management, supervising staff and working with
stakeholders to achieve objectives and targets. A
career in management offers a number of employment
opportunities including becoming an owner/manager
or the ability to advance from an entry-level position
to supervisor, manager, consultant or senior executive
within business, government or non-profit organisations
in the industry of your choice.

BSB42615 - CERTIFICATE IV IN NEW


SMALLBUSINESS
Study the Certificate IV in New Small Business and equip
yourself with the confidence, skills and knowledge required
to establish your own small business. Your studies will
explore areas including legal and risk management, finance,
marketing, small business planning and customer service.
This course guides you through everything you need to
know to set up a small business.

The Bachelor of Business (Management) is designed to


develop your business skills and give you the opportunity to
pursue a specialisation in management. You are required to
complete a total of 24 units including eight compulsory core
business units, eight general management specialist units
and eight elective units. The management specialisation
will develop your knowledge and expertise in areas such
as managing organisational change, management theory
and practice, quality management and production and
operations management. This versatile course allows you
to combine your management studies with other business
disciplines such as accounting, marketing, human resource
management, social innovation, supply chain management,
public relations or property.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Bachelor of Arts (Business) is structured so that you


have the opportunity to explore traditional arts disciplines
and major in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history,
liberal arts, literacy and cultural studies or sociology, as well
engage with a professional major such as management. The
combination of arts and business majors will enable you to
think deeply in the areas of humanities and social sciences in
the context of a career in management.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree
course will appeal to you if your career aspirations are best
served by combining a multidisciplinary degree course that
allows you to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas
of humanities and social sciences, with a professional
business course. The four-year course contains 32 units, of
which eight are core business units and an additional eight
units represent a major in management. There is also the
opportunity to study two majors from the arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

CB69 - BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT


The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is your gateway
to a career in this growth industry. This courseprovides
you with the opportunity to widen your career prospects
in hospitality management through exposure to studies in
business-related disciplines. If you have a TAFE diploma or
an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) recognised
diploma or equivalent then the Bachelor of Hospitality
Management has been specifically designed for you. You
will develop a broad range of hospitality management skills
in the areas of human resource management, management,
marketing, tourism, resort and hotel management skills
required for a successful and diverse career in hospitality.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL


COMMUNICATION (MANAGEMENT)
The Bachelor of Professional Communication is a
multidisciplinary course that allows you to combine the
study of public relations and communications with the
business specialisation of management. You will be able to
apply knowledge of issues associated with management
and your newly-acquired communication skills to work
effectively to support the development and implementation
of businessstrategy.

CU47 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT)/


BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
This dual degree provides you with the opportunity to
combine the study of public relations and communications
with in-depth study of management. This four-year course
includes six public relations units, six communications units
with an industry placement, eight core business units, eight
specific management units, plus three electives to provide
further versatility in discipline studies.

CH76 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT


If you have a bachelors degree in a field other than business
and are looking to progress your career into management, this
course is for you. Alternatively, if you do not have a bachelors
degree but have a strong background of work experience,
this course can help you gain a professional qualification. This
four-unit course also provides a pathway into our Masters
courses, providing opportunities for further study.

CH80 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN HOSPITAL AND


HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Certificate in Hospital and Health Services
Management is designed to meet the needs of current and
up and coming managers in middle to senior management
positions in a complex and dynamic health environment. This
course will equip you with the knowledge and practical tools
to manage a health program within the Australian health care
setting. Our direct workplace links will help you develop an
ability to apply your knowledge in a practical manner across
multidisciplinary health settings.

CC74 - MASTER OF MANAGEMENT FORENGINEERS


If you are an engineer wanting to develop your knowledge
and skills in business then the Master of Management
for Engineers has been designed for you. This course
helps you to identify and apply appropriate solutions to
the management of projects particularly in the areas
of leadership, people, organisations and operational
management, governance, project management, systems
theory, strategic integration, innovation and sustainable
business development, and accounting. An advantage of
studying at CQUniversity is the involvement of professionals
from other disciplines such as management, business,
marketing and accountancy, who use real-world engineering
examples as part of their teaching strategies.

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CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)

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Marketing and
PublicRelations
Marketing is about identifying and understanding your
customers needs and purchase decisions. A marketer
influences the design of products and services and
determines how to communicate to customers about
the merits and benefits of these products and services.
Public relations involves maintaining a positive public
image of a person, company or organisation. Public
relations professionals work in a variety of areas
liaising with media, producing news items, reports
and newsletters, organising and attending events and
leading social media strategies. There are many career
paths in marketing and public relations including sales,
digital marketing, data marketers, promotions, media
liaison, event management, research, communications
and graphicdesign.

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MARKETING)


(PUBLIC RELATIONS)
This course is designed to develop your business skills
and give you the opportunity to pursue a specialisation in
marketing or public relations. You will complete a total of
24 units including eight compulsory core business units,
eight marketing or public relations specialist units and eight
elective units. The marketing specialisation will develop
your knowledge and expertise in areas such as consumer
behaviour, market research, digital marketing, and customer
relationship management. This versatile course allows
you to combine your marketing or public relations studies
with other business disciplines such as accounting, human
resources management, management, social innovation,
supply chain management or property.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts gives you the opportunity to explore
traditional arts disciplines and major in Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander studies, writing, geography and environmental
studies, history, liberal arts, literacy and cultural studies or
social enquiry, as well engage with a professional major such
as marketing or public relations. The combination of arts and
business majors will enable you to think deeply in the areas
of humanities and social sciences in the context of a career
in marketing or public relations.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree course
will appeal to you if your career aspirations are best served by
combining a multidisciplinary degree course that allows you
to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas of humanities
and the social sciences, with a professional business course.
The four-year course contains 32 units, of which eight are core
business units and an additional eight units represent a major
in marketing or public relations. There is also the opportunity
to study two majors from the arts disciplines of Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing, geography and
environmental studies, history, liberal arts, literacy and cultural
studies orsociology.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF
PROFESSIONALCOMMUNICATION
The Bachelor of Professional Communication is a versatile
course that allows you to combine the study of public
relations and communications with a number of diverse
specialisations. There are specialisation options in the
business fields of management, marketing, human resource
management, digital media production or journalism.
The study of public relations is given a strong contextual
perspective that will enhance your career prospects as a
public relations professional.

CU47 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MARKETING)/


BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
This dual degree provides you with the opportunity to
combine the study of public relations and communications
with in-depth study of marketing. This four-year course
includes six public relations units, six communications units
with an industry placement, eight core business units, eight
specific marketing units, plus three electives to provide
further versatility in discipline studies.

CH76 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT


If you have a bachelors degree in a field other than business
and are looking to progress your career into management,
this course is for you. Alternatively, if you have do not have
a bachelors degree but have a strong background of work
experience, this course can help you gain a professional
qualification. This four-unit course also provides a pathway
into our masters courses, providing opportunities for
furtherstudy.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

BSB51415 - DIPLOMA OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

If you wish to enhance your marketing knowledge and skills


then this course may be for you. It is the second in a suite
of three marketing courses that will appeal to you if you
are wishing to extend your knowledge past the Graduate
Certificate in Management or hold an undergraduate
marketing degree and are looking to update your skills. This
eight-unit course covers strategic marketing, integrated
communications marketing, consumer behaviour, global
marketing and services marketing as well as contextual
business units. On completion you may choose to further
develop your career prospects by enrolling in the Master of
Marketing at CQUniversity.

Build upon your existing project management skills and


enhance your employability with the Diploma of Project
Management. You will develop the practical skills needed
to effectively manage all aspects of a project from start to
finish. This course has a strong focus on project integration
and leadership, ensuring you are equipped to achieve project
objectives. If you have existing project management skills and
would like to take the next step and pursue a management
role, then this course may be for you.

CC56 - MASTER OF MARKETING

This course is suitable if you have a bachelors degree and


are looking to develop your project management credentials.
It is also a contextual study pathway if you have Vocational
Education and Training (VET) qualifications in project
management combined with relevant industry experience
or if you have significant industry experience but no formal
qualifications. The four-unit course includes case studies
and practical material to illustrate how the concepts of
project management meet industry needs. It also adopts a
methodological approach to the application of project processes
and highlights the integration of different frameworks to
aproject.

The Master of Marketing is the pinnacle of CQUniversitys


postgraduate marketing courses. Its 16 units cover strategic
marketing, integrated communications marketing, consumer
behaviour, global marketing and services marketing, marketing
management and planning, and research, as well as contextual
business units. You will gain credit for units completed within
the CQUniversity Graduate Diploma ofMarketing.

Project Management
Project management involves planning, coordinating,
organising and managing project resources, timelines,
procedures and processes on a daily basis to achieve
set objectives and targets. The analysis of data and
information is key to the field of project management
along with motivating staff, managing stakeholders such
as contractors, and reporting on outcomes.

BSB41515 - CERTIFICATE IV IN PROJECT


MANAGEMENT PRACTICE
If you are working in a support role in project fields or would
like to acquire knowledge of the fundamentals of project
management this course may be for you. This course will equip
you with the project management skills that are fast becoming
essential for all managers and project support staff. You
will explore ways to apply project management techniques,
contribute to defining project scope, manage project schedules
and costs, ensure quality management and much more.

CC33 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


PROJECTMANAGEMENT

CV81 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


PROJECTMANAGEMENT
This course provides you with the opportunity to extend your
understanding of project management by establishing a deep
foundational knowledge base of the theoretical principles,
as well as the practical application, of project management.
The course explores the principles of project management
as based on recognised international standards, guidelines
and frameworks. Project management is examined from a
technical skills, human skills and systems perspective.

CV84 - MASTER OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


This course provides an opportunity for you to extend your
knowledge through both coursework and research into project
management. The conclusion of the course is a research
project that can be based on either your workplace or issues
that are important to the general project management
profession. All the unit materials have been aligned to the
Project Management Institute (PMI) global standards and core
bodies of knowledge.

BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING AND LAW

CC36 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF MARKETING

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Property

Retail

Property is the greatest single asset of any country.


The economic management of property assets is a
specialised area of business. There are a wide variety of
careers within the property industry including property
valuer, property consultant, property manager, asset
manager and facilities manager.

A career in retail will see you planning, coordinating and


supporting the operations of retail outlets. Retail outlets
include small specialty stores that may be independently
owned, fast food restaurants, outlet stores,
supermarkets and department stores. Retail involves
arrangement of store layout and merchandise displays,
provision of customer services, assisting with sales,
implementation of security procedures, coordinating and
conducting stocktake and managing stock levels.

CF56 - BACHELOR OF PROPERTY


If you are interested in developing your skills and knowledge
in property then this course will be of interest to you. You
will develop a working knowledge and understanding of
property law, contract law, business finance, property
economics, property and asset management, construction
and property investment and finance.

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (PROPERTY)


The Bachelor of Business (Property) is designed to
develop your business skills and give you the opportunity
to pursue a specialisation in Property. You will complete
24 units including eight compulsory core business units,
eight property specialist units and eight elective units. The
Property specialisation will develop your knowledge and
expertise in areas such as property law, property valuation,
property and asset management and property finance.
This versatile course allows you to combine your property
studies with other business disciplines such as accounting,
marketing, human resources management, general
management, social innovation, supply chain management
or public relations.

SIR20212 - CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL SERVICES


If you are working in retail or would like to equip yourself
with practical retail skills, embrace the opportunity to study a
range of topics and graduate work ready with the Certificate
II in Retail Services. You will have the opportunity to study
topics including how to operate retail equipment, interact
with customers and handle point of sales. This course
provides you with a solid retail foundation and has a strong
focus on preparing you for a career in retail store settings
such as specialty stores, supermarkets, department stores
and retail outlets.

SIR30212 - CERTIFICATE III IN RETAIL OPERATIONS


This course enhances your employability within the
fast-paced and diverse retail industry. Gain customer
focus and communication skills and develop your
sales, merchandising and stock management abilities.
Completing this course equips you with the knowledge
and industry-ready skills needed to pursue employment
in various retail store settings such as specialty stores,
supermarkets, department stores and retail fast food outlets.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (SUPPLY


CHAINMANAGEMENT)

Supply chain and logistics generally involves recording


and coordinating workflow and the transport of material
between departments or organisations, examining
orders and preparing production schedules. You
might be responsible for reconciling stock levels with
orders, checking purchase requests against inventory
records, preparing and processing purchase orders and
management of inventory and stock records.

The Bachelor of Business (Supply Chain Management) is


designed to develop your business skills and give you the
opportunity to specialise in Supply Chain Management.
You will complete 24 units including eight compulsory
core business units, eight supply chain management
specialist units and eight elective units. The specialisation
will develop your procurement and supply knowledge and
expertise in areas such as logistics, quality and inventory
management. This versatile course allows you to combine
your supply chain management studies with other business
disciplines such as accounting, marketing, human resources
management, general management, social innovation, public
relations orproperty.

TLI21810 - CERTIFICATE II IN LOGISTICS


Are you looking for a course that prepares you to pursue
a role in logistics operations support? The Certificate II in
Logistics could be the ideal option for you. During your
education and training you will focus on gaining the skills
needed to manage the flow of goods between organisations
and customers skills that will be beneficial when you enter
the transport and logistics industry.

TLI31610 - CERTIFICATE III IN


WAREHOUSINGOPERATIONS
If you would like to enhance your employability within the
warehousing and storage industry then this course may be
for you. Gain skills that will enable you to maintain effective
working relationships and health, safety and security within
your workplace. Upon completion you will be equipped
with the knowledge needed to effectively undertake
warehouse duties and functions.

TLI50410 - DIPLOMA OF LOGISTICS


Completing the Diploma of Logistics provides you with
the opportunity to develop the advanced skills required
for the integrated management of logistics. Acquire
underpinning knowledge and gain the essential skills needed
to autonomously plan, select appropriate equipment and
apply services and techniques for yourself and others.
On completion you will be well prepared to participate
in the development of strategic initiatives and complex
technicaloperations.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts (Business) is structured so that you
have the opportunity to explore traditional arts disciplines
and major in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literacy and cultural studies or social enquiry, as well as
a professional major such as supply chain management. The
combination of arts and business majors will enable you to think
deeply in the arenas of humanities and social sciences in the
context of a career in supply chain management and logistics.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree
course will appeal to you if your career aspirations are best
served by combining a multidisciplinary degree course that
allows you to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas
of humanities and the social sciences with a professional
business course. The course contains 32 units, of which
eight are core business units and an additional eight
units represent a major in one of the business disciplines
of marketing, human resources management, general
management, social innovation, supply chain management,
property, public relations or accounting. There is also the
opportunity to study two majors from arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

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Supply Chain and Logistics

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Tourism

CH77 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


SUSTAINABLETOURISM MANAGEMENT

Tourism is the collective range of activities, services


and areas that provide an experience for travellers.
This includes transport, accommodation, food and
hospitality, facilities and services. The tourism industry
is people-oriented and may involve general office
administration duties, the provision of customer
service to a range of stakeholders, and development
and implementation of strategies and initiatives that
encourage community involvement.

Our Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Tourism


Management will equip you with an advanced understanding
of global sustainable tourism practices. Tourism is one of the
worlds largest industries and this course applies the core
elements of sustainability to the development and ongoing
management of tourism businesses and destinations. You
may choose to continue your study towards a Master of
Sustainable Tourism Management.

CV89 - MASTER OF SUSTAINABLE


TOURISMMANAGEMENT
SIT20112 - CERTIFICATE II IN TOURISM
This course provides you with the ideal pathway to work
in multiple tourism industry facilities, travel agencies,
restaurants, theme parks, transportation, plus much more.
Your studies will focus on developing skills enabling you
to effectively interact with customers, display social and
cultural sensitivity and participate in safe work practices.
You will also gain valuable insights into sourcing and using
information within the tourism and travel industry, which
may help boost your employability.

SIT30112 - CERTIFICATE III IN TOURISM


If you are seeking a career where you can combine work
with your passion for travel then the Certificate III in Tourism
may be for you. Your studies will focus on developing a
range of tourism sales, operational and tour delivery skills.
This course has a practical focus, ensuring you graduate
work ready and are equipped with the skills needed to enter
the diverse and dynamic tourism industry.

The aim of the Master of Sustainable Tourism Management


is to provide you with an advanced understanding of the
sustainable tourism practices that are in place worldwide.
With a specific mission to ensure you collaborate and
engage with diverse communities, the course will focus
on the economic, environmental and socio-cultural aspect
of sustainable tourism management. It is based on social
innovation foundations and empowers you to liaise directly
with industry.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Justice
Justice studies is a broad topic that covers a number of
fields including law and ethics. Justice may involve the
study of laws, management practices, justice systems,
regulatory powers, rules and regulations, crime analysis,
punishments and victimology. You may also explore
processes and methods to communicate effectively
with clients on justice-related matters.

Law
A law degree will provide you with the qualifications
to pursue a number of careers in the field of law,
including solicitor, barrister, government legal officer,
judicial officer, law academic, company director,
in-house counsel, diplomat and politician. Our Bachelor
of Laws course may also be undertaken by industry
professionals looking to increase their knowledge of
law within their own profession. Many law graduates
work in a range of occupations and industries where the
knowledge and skills of a law degree are highly sought
after and valued.

CG98 - BACHELOR OF LAWS


39292QLD - CERTIFICATE IV IN JUSTICE STUDIES
Studying the Certificate IV in Justice Studies may be your
gateway to a career in the criminal justice system including
police, courts and corrections. You will gain valuable
knowledge of organisations, management practices and
legal fields. You will develop knowledge and skills in
research, analysis and presentation of information relevant
to the criminal justice system. Your studies will strongly
focus on communication, enabling you to communicate
effectively with clients on justice-related issues once you
enter the workforce.

39293QLD - DIPLOMA OF JUSTICE STUDIES


This course provides you with a mix of training, knowledge
and workplace skills, enabling you to pursue career
opportunities within the justice industry. Your studies will
focus on a range of areas including correctional services,
public service, regulatory powers, procedural and evidentiary
rules, criminal law and analysis of crime, punishment and
victimology issues. You will be prepared to work as a
justice professional in an administration, managerial or law
enforcement capacity within the justice industry.

The Bachelor of Laws course at CQUniversity is a three-year


full-time or four-year part-time undergraduate degree.
The course covers all the areas of law required to satisfy
professional accreditation and enables you to proceed to
practice as a legal practitioner after completing the required
professional training.

CH75 - BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONOURS)


Our Bachelor of Laws (Honours) course builds upon the
Bachelor of Laws course, opening up even more career
opportunities. This course will assist you to further enhance
your research expertise and writing skills as well as to
undertake work integrated learning, providing greater
career prospects and pathway opportunities for higher
degreeresearch.

CB68 - BACHELOR OF LAWS AND BACHELOR


OFACCOUNTING
This double degree will enhance your employability and equip
you with the technical skills needed for a career in accounting,
law and business. This four-year degree includes 36 units, of
which there are 24 law units and 12 accountingunits.

CB94 - BACHELOR OF LAWS AND BACHELOR


OFARTS
This double degree offers a multidisciplinary approach
by combining studies in law, humanities and the social
sciences. This four-year degree includes 36 units, of which
there are 24 law units and 12 arts units from the areas
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

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CREATIVE, PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

20

CREATIVE, PERFORMING
AND VISUAL ARTS

CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
COURSES
Creative Industries
Creative industries describes a broad range of roles and
tasks, that are often conducted in highly collaborative
work environments, which include but are not limited to
theatre, music, creative writing, editing, publishing, film,
television, animation, multimedia and the visual arts. Our
creative industries courses will enable you to develop
and improve your creative arts and performance practice
skills and give you a professional edge.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS

Now is the time to harness your creative and artistic


passion and let it lead you to the career of your dreams.
If youve got a love for music, performing arts or creative
industries CQUniversity will help you harness your
talent into formalised qualifications and give you the
foundation you need to forge a career in the arts at a
local, national or international level.
Delivered in a supportive and vibrant environment
of practice-based tuition and coursework, whether
on-campus or by distance (or a combination that suits
you), you can access the right mix of practice and theory
to give you the skills and knowledge to succeed in your
chosen career. Our modern facilities encourage you
to be innovative and visionary and provide the right
environment for you to hone your craft and learn about
the art form you are specialising in.
CQUniversity is home to the Central Queensland
Conservatorium (CQCM), a purpose-built facility at
CQUniversity Mackay Ooralea. This facility cements
our commitment to being a major performing arts
training centre that attracts students from all states of
Australia and overseas. In 2017 CQUniversity is excited
to introduce the new Bachelor of Creative Arts degree
available in Cairns.
CQUniversity creative and performing arts courses
have established industry partnerships with many of
Australias most experienced professional performers,
theatre directors and agents, as well as links with
international artists, producers, directors and performing
arts organisations, which further contributes to our
courses current national and international status.

The Bachelor of Arts is a study option if you are interested


in creative industries. You can choose to specialise in
creative options including writing or literary and cultural
studies or customise your course to suit your interests. In a
writing specialisation you will learn to identify the differing
requirements of media and creative writing and develop
writing skills that will enable you to apply different techniques
as required for different writing purposes. If you choose to
pursue literary and cultural studies you will learn to apply
critical thinking and textual analysis to a broad range of texts,
genres and media. You also have the opportunity to combine
your writing or literary and cultural studies with majors from
humanities and social sciences.

CC24 - BACHELOR OF DIGITAL MEDIA


The Bachelor of Digital Media will prepare you for a
professional career within the high-demand and highly
collaborative digital media industries. At the core of the
course you will learn practical skills and relevant theory that
can be applied to a variety of fields associated with design,
technology and media. The flexible structure of the course
allows you to focus on your interests and pursue minors in
graphic design, interactive media, video and animation or a
combination of these areas.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Whether you are currently in the creative industries field and


looking to specialise or advance your skills and qualifications,
or wanting to enter this exciting and varied field, the
Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries can be tailored
to suit your individual needs. You will complete three units
focused on projects of your choice, beginning with project
development, then creative and performing arts project one
and creative and performing arts project two. The creative
practice specialisation offers you the option to develop and
create a specialised discipline-specific or interdisciplinary
project in the area of creative and performing arts.

CREATIVE AND PERFORMING


ARTS COURSES
Acting and Drama
Acting and drama courses at CQUniversity provide the
opportunity to harness your creativity into a professional
qualification. A career in acting and drama may include
live or recorded performance work or may lead to
teaching opportunities at a variety of levels.

CH72 - BACHELOR OF CREATIVE ARTS (ACTING)


CQUniversitys Bachelor of Creative Arts (Acting) allows you to
gain a professional qualification in acting, while also providing
the opportunity to undertake a minor in popular music,
contemporary dance or arts management. You may also
choose to customise your course to suit your needs.

CG72 - BACHELOR OF THEATRE (DRAMA)


(MUSICTHEATRE)
If you are looking for a role on the stage, the Bachelor of
Theatre, with specialisation in drama and musical theatre
can help you launch your career. Our carefully designed and
performance-integrated structure will see you complete
core studies in the first year followed by the specialisation
of drama and musical theatre in the remaining years. On
completion you will be a highly skilled and motivated
creative performer who is job ready.

CREATIVE, PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

CB82 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


CREATIVEINDUSTRIES

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Arts Production

Music and Theatre

Arts production includes working to design, create,


operate and manage productions in a range of visual
and performing arts environments. Career opportunities
include leading, or working as a part of a team of artists
towards the creation of productions or events.

Music and theatre are two exciting performing arts


study options at CQUniversity. A career in music may
see you become a professional musician, recording or
sound engineer, artist or composer. Many professional
musicians also share their passion for performing with
music teaching careers. A career in theatre may see you
on stage acting, performing, singing or dancing or in
roles such as a director, designer, theatre technician or
theatremanager.

CG72 - BACHELOR OF THEATRE


(TECHNICALTHEATRE)
If you are looking for a role behind the scenes, the Bachelor
of Theatre (Technical Theatre) can help you launch your
career. You will complete core studies in your first year,
providing you with a sound understanding of theatre studies
before completing specialisation units where you will
explore the production process through practical projects.
On completion you will be a highly skilled and motivated
theatre technician who is job ready.

Dance
CQUniversitys dance courses provide industry relevant
practical training to assist you in pursuing a career
in dance. A career in dance may see you become a
professional dancer or choreographer. You may also
choose to share your love for dance by pursuing a career
in teaching.

CH72 - BACHELOR OF CREATIVE ARTS


(CONTEMPORARY DANCE)
CQUniversitys Bachelor of Creative Arts (Contemporary
Dance) allows you to gain a professional qualification in
dance, while also providing the opportunity to undertake a
minor in popular music, arts management or acting. You may
also choose to customise your course to suit your needs.

CC41 - DIPLOMA OF MUSIC


If you are looking to enter the music industry or prepare for
further tertiary study in music, the Diploma of Music provides
you with the opportunity to develop fundamental musical
knowledge and performance. On successful completion of
the Diploma of Music you may be able to articulate into the
second year of the Bachelor of Music(Specialisation).

CG51 - BACHELOR OF MUSIC (SPECIALISATION)


Designed for the music enthusiast, the Bachelor of Music
(Specialisation) provides the opportunity for you to choose
to specialise in jazz and popular music, creative music
technology or contemporary music and be involved in
a conservatoire-style environment that offers intensive
individual training with professional musicians. This will allow
you to gain valuable performance experience to become a
musician. You can also choose general music studies, which
is available in distance mode and gives you the opportunity
to build your understanding of music as part of the broader
community through studies that include music theory,
composition and arranging and the investigation of the
practice of music in historical and contemporary contexts.

CH72 - BACHELOR OF CREATIVE ARTS


(POPULARMUSIC)
CQUniversitys Bachelor of Creative Arts (Popular Music)
allows you to gain a professional qualification in music, while
also providing the opportunity to undertake a minor in arts
management, contemporary dance or acting. You may also
choose to customise your course to suit your needs.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

If you are looking for a role on the stage or behind the


scenes, the Bachelor of Theatre, with specialisations in
music theatre or theatre studies can help you launch your
career. Our carefully designed and performance-integrated
structure will see you complete core studies in the first year
followed by the specialisation of your choice in the remaining
years. On completion you will be highly skilled and motivated
creative performer who is job ready.

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CG72 - BACHELOR OF THEATRE (MUSIC THEATRE)


(THEATRE STUDIES)

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CUV40111 - CERTIFICATE IV IN VISUAL ARTS

VISUAL ARTS COURSES


Visual Arts
Visual arts explores the conception, creation and
response to a visual representation, impression or idea.
Visual arts can involve key concepts such as painting,
drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics,
glassworks and more.

CUV20111 - CERTIFICATE II IN VISUAL ARTS


The Certificate II in Visual Arts allows you to develop the
basic creative and technical skills that underpin visual arts
and crafts practice. The course is a foundation to explore
the world of visual communication. You will acquire practical
art skills including drawing, printmaking and video art. In
addition, you will explore information and ideas and learn
ways to apply these areas to your art. During your studies
you will learn to apply the course theory using modern
techniques and media in appropriate and innovative ways.

CUV30111 - CERTIFICATE III IN VISUAL ARTS


The Certificate III in Visual Arts provides you with the
opportunity to explore a wide variety of art techniques and
methods. The course is designed to enhance your individual
skills and knowledge in drawing, two and three dimensional
forms, ceramics, digital images, glassworks, painting,
photographic images, prints, sculpture, textile, fibre glass,
plus much more. The Certificate III in Visual Arts allows you
to further develop your interest in visual art.

The Certificate IV in Visual Arts will provide you with the


opportunity to refine your creative talent. This qualification
will prepare you for skilled work at a pre-professional level,
where you can continue developing your own artistic voice.
The course aims to develop your level of creative skill by
bringing together technical proficiency and critical awareness
in a broad range of areas.

CUV50111 - DIPLOMA OF VISUAL ARTS


A Diploma of Visual Arts will provide you with the
opportunity to develop skills and techniques relevant
to employment within the visual arts or other creative
industries. You will experience a wide range of studio-based
studies and cover competencies in visual culture and
professional practice. In addition, you will gain technical
skills and aesthetic awareness, combined with a sound
knowledge of contemporary art issues.

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EDUCATION
AND HUMANITIES

EDUCATION COURSES
Childcare
Childcare studies focus on a range of childcare
arrangements and settings and explore the planning
and development of activities designed to improve
the physical, emotional and intellectual development
of children. Elements of childcare include the
development and behaviour of children, nutrition,
learning and socialisation.

CHC30113 - CERTIFICATE III IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


EDUCATION AND CARE

Sharing your knowledge and skills to help others achieve


their own goals is one of the most rewarding career
pursuits. If youre passionate about helping people
achieve their potential, or sharing your own specialised
skills with others in your industry, our education courses
will help you harness this potential and provide the
formal qualifications you need to succeed. Our courses
have a focus on integrating practice with theory, giving
you the tools you need to pursue a successful career in
education and make a genuine difference.
Gain the skills to work in a range of support, teaching,
specialist or leadership roles in the vibrant and growing
education sector. Our courses offer you the choice of all
levels of education from early childcare through to adult
training and higher education.
If youre looking for flexibility to tailor your study to
suit your interests our humanities courses are the right
choice for you. Take advantage of the opportunity to
explore a variety of areas with the option to combine
a selection of majors, minors and units in humanities,
social sciences and professional disciplines.

This course will equip you with the essential skills required for
a role in a range of early childhood education settings. During
the course you will learn how to work within organisational
policies and procedures. Develop an understanding of how to
use individual childrens profiles to plan activities and provide
care and education to children, as well as the skills needed
to facilitate leisure and play. Upon completion, you will be
qualified to work within the requirements of the Education
and Care Services National Regulations, as well as the
National Quality Standard.

CHC50113 - DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD


EDUCATION AND CARE
The Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care provides
you with the essential skills and qualification required for
a career in one of the fastest growing sectors in Australia.
On completion, you will be equipped to work as a qualified
childcare worker. You will learn how to plan, implement
and manage early childhood programs in accordance with
quality assurance, licensing and duty of care requirements.
As a graduate of this course you may choose to undertake
additional study and enrol in a Bachelor of Education, where
you will gain credit for your Diploma of Early Childhood
Education and Care.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Teaching

Education support explores a variety of support services


available within the education sector. This involves areas
such as assistance with the implementation of educational
courses or activities, working effectively with students and
colleagues, and supporting the development of student
literacy, numeracy and language skills.

Current and future educators have a desire to make a


difference in the lives of the students they teach and to
share their passion for learning. Teaching is an important
and respected profession within our community that offers
a rewarding and challenging career. Teaching options
include early childhood (Preparatory level to Year 6),
primary (Year 1 to 7) and secondary (Year 7 to 12).

CHC30213 - CERTIFICATE III IN


EDUCATIONSUPPORT
This course will give you a head-start if you want to work as
a teachers aide or education support worker. You will gain a
basic working knowledge of the role of educational support
workers and be equipped with the skills required to support
students from Preparatory level to Year 12. During your studies
you will learn how to support children and contribute to their
education. You will also cover the competencies needed to
deliver training in an industry area and learn how to conduct
competency-based assessments in a range of contexts.

CC10 - DIPLOMA OF SECONDARY


SCHOOLTEACHING
The Diploma of Secondary School Teaching is suitable if you
are a primary school teacher looking to transition into junior
secondary teaching, or a secondary teacher either looking to
improve your discipline content knowledge within a current
teaching area, or wanting to gain discipline knowledge in
order to add a new teaching area. You will benefit from a
unique model of supported on-site school and distance
education involving expert school-based teaching staff
on-site and university staff online. You will study two core
units and five units in your chosen major of either English
and history or mathematics and science.

CC14 - BACHELOR OF EDUCATION


(EARLYCHILDHOOD)
The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) will qualify
you for provisional registration as a teacher throughout
Australia. A mix of theory and practice will see you job
ready upon graduation. Benefit from 125 days of planned
teaching practice in schools and other learning sites and an
additional 20 days diploma practicum, 10 of which must be
spent with children in the birth to 2 years group. A unique
feature of this course is the opportunity for you to gain a
nationally recognised Diploma of Early Childhood Education
and Care within the early stages of the course, meaning you
will be qualified as an Early Childhood Educator and may
commence working in the industry for the remainder of your
studies and beyond.

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CC12 - BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY)


Qualify for provisional registration as a teacher throughout
Australia by completing the Bachelor of Education (Primary).
Through a combination of theory and practice, this course
provides you with the skills required to teach primary
students to Year 6, and Years 7 to 9 in junior secondary
schools. The structure of the course will see you undertake
frequent and meaningful work experience in the form of
125 days of planned teaching practice in schools and other
learning sites. This course offers the Diploma of Early
Childhood Education and Care as an optional interim award,
which will qualify you to practise as an early childhood
educator for the remainder of your studies and beyond.

CC13 - BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SECONDARY)


Successful completion of this course makes you eligible
for registration as a secondary teacher with secondary
schools in two teaching areas. The course includes 125
days of planned teaching practice in secondary schools with
a period of familiarisation time in an educational setting to
prepare you for 10 weeks of full-time professional practice.
Choose from the discipline areas of accounting, biology
(including Year 7 to 10 science), business, chemistry
(including Year 7 to 10 science), English, geography, health
and physical education (HPE) (including Year 7 to 10 HPE
and Year 11 to 12 physical education), history, home
economics and hospitality, industrial technology and design
and mathematics.

CG68 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


TERTIARYEDUCATION
Take your role as a tertiary educator to new heights with this
work-based professional development course. Through a
focus on reflective practice and innovation you will enhance
your learning and teaching practices and further develop
your capacity for scholarship and research through project
engagement that spans four units and incorporates a
balance of theory and practice.

CV76 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


RELIGIOUSEDUCATION
This qualification is necessary if you wish to teach in
Catholic schools in Australia. You must already be a
registered teacher to participate in this course. The course
comprises four units that develop your professional
knowledge, practice and identity as an educator in religion
and religious practices and with significant partners of
Christian faith communities in Catholic schools.

CH82- GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN BRAIN


BASEDEDUCATION
CQUniversitys Graduate Certificate in Brain Based Education
is an Australian first and is designed to meet the professional
development needs of teachers and other relevant
professions. Brain Based Education is a specialised domain in
the field of education. It focuses on the theory and practice
of memory and learning from a neuroscience perspective.

CH83 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


EDUCATIONALLEADERSHIP
The Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership
is delivered by CQUniversity in partnership with the
Queensland Association of State School Principals. This
course is tailored specifically to the needs of Queensland
State School principals and is available if you have a relevant
undergraduate degree and/or significant experience in a
leadership position within the education sector.

CV09 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF LEARNING AND


TEACHING (SECONDARY)
If you have a bachelors degree in an unrelated discipline and
would like to pursue a passion for teaching, then this course
provides you with a career path to become a secondary
school teacher. As a graduate you will have the essential
professional knowledge and skills required for secondary
school teaching. These new skills will complement your
previous university-level studies, enabling you to teach in
two distinct teaching areas and providing you with eligibility
to apply for provisional registration with the Queensland
College of Teachers. You will complete eight core units
including a graduate internship to ensure you have the right
mix of theory and practical training.

CC45 - MASTER OF TEACHING (PRIMARY)


If you wish to pursue a career as a primary school teacher
then the Master of Teaching (Primary) could be for you.
You must have a bachelors degree in a non-education
related field and suitable depth of discipline knowledge in
a designated learning area. This postgraduate pre-service
teacher education course meets professional registration
requirements of the Queensland College of Teachers. After
graduating you will be qualified to teach from Year 1 to 6.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Doctor of Education is a four-year doctoral course of


supervised research and tasks designed for professional
educators. The course comprises of structured research
tasks, proposal development and a thesis component.

CD61 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ARTS,


HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION)
The Doctor of Philosophy is a four-year course of supervised
research focused on a particular area of interest you have
in education and teaching. Your research will lead to the
submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

Training
Training involves the planning, development,
implementation and evaluation of training needs, packages
and courses. Explore concepts such as instructing
individuals, groups and organisations in a range of areas,
supporting clients with their learning needs through
training frameworks, analysing training needs through
research and information gathering and employee
induction and development sessions.

TAE40110 - CERTIFICATE IV IN TRAINING


ANDASSESSMENT
This course is suitable if you are new to the vocational
education and training industry or in a training role and
would like to gain a formal qualification. The Certificate IV
in Training and Assessment provides you with the skills
required to plan, design, conduct, assess and review
training and assessment. You will gain a solid foundation
and have the opportunity to build on or pursue employment
opportunities in a range of roles such as vocational education
teacher or industry trainer.

HUMANITIES COURSES
Arts
If you are interested in developing a knowledge and
understanding of the human experience as well as
critical thinking, analysis and communication skills, then
studying an arts degree will provide you with a broad
and flexible place to start.

CF36 - DIPLOMA OF ARTS


The Diploma of Arts provides you with a multidisciplinary
education in a combination of humanities and social
sciences disciplines and professional specialisations. You
will complete four arts-specific discipline units and four
units chosen from a number of different professional areas.
The arts discipline choices can be made from Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing, geography and
environmental studies, history, literary and cultural studies.
Professional discipline study options are chosen from
business, journalism, language and digital media. Successful
completion of this course means guaranteed entry into the
Bachelor of Arts with credit for completion of the Diploma
ofArts.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS


Complete this course and gain a multidisciplinary education
in a combination of humanities and social sciences
disciplines and professional specialisations. Study the way
humans recognise, record and debate human practices,
meanings and values and develop a contemporary
understanding of the human condition and how society
operates. You will study two arts specialisations selected
from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literary and cultural studies or social enquiry. Professional
discipline study options involve eight units, which can be
chosen from business, journalism, language, digital media
and psychology disciplines.

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CA44 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)


An honours degree provides you with the opportunity to
continue undergraduate studies at a higher level, specialising
in a particular area of interest. The purpose of the Bachelor
of Arts (Honours) is to prepare talented students for future
postgraduate study in a particular area and applications
at masters or doctoral level. This course aims to develop
advanced knowledge in specialist areas and skills required
for fundamental research and/or industrial applications.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business course will
appeal if you want a multidisciplinary degree that allows
you to pursue studies in the areas of humanities, social
sciences and professional business. The four-year course
contains 32 units, of which eight are core business units and
eight units represent a major in marketing, human resource
management, management, social innovation, supply chain
management, property, public relations or accounting. There
is also the opportunity to study two majors from the arts
disciplines of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

CB94 - BACHELOR OF LAWS AND BACHELOR


OFARTS
This double degree offers a multidisciplinary approach
by combining studies in law, humanities and the social
sciences. The four-year degree includes 36 units, of which
there are 24 law units and 12 arts units from the areas
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or social enquiry.

CA45 - MASTER OF ARTS


Undertake world-class research at CQUniversity with the
Master of Arts. This is a two-year course that involves
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have. Your research will lead to the submission of a
thesis, which makes a significant original contribution to
knowledge in your area of research.

CD61 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ARTS,


HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in a humanities discipline. Your research will lead to
the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the form
of new knowledge or of significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

CU56 - DOCTOR OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


The Doctor of Professional Studies is a research-integrated,
workplace-engaged degree for the 21st century. It will
provide you with a course of supervised research and study
that focuses on creativity, innovation and enterprise, allowing
you to generate and apply new knowledge and skills in a
range of professions and occupations. You will already have
a solid education background but now find yourself dealing
with more complex issues and demands.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Professional Communication

If you are interested in telling the news and current


affairs to the general public then journalism is the
career for you. Journalism involves creating content
and disseminating information across news platforms.
Journalists need strong communication skills, as well
as technical proficiency in the digital age and a depth
of general knowledge and understanding about a wide
variety of topics. CQUniversity has a number of options
to studying journalism that will match your area of
interest and ability.

Effective communication is integral to organisational


success. The ability to convey appropriate and
contextual messages across different media channels
to achieve specific outcomes is an essential skill in the
digital and information age. Organisations depend on
public relations and communications professionals to
devise and implement strategies for effective creation
and maintenance of an appropriate public profile,
employee relations, reputation and crisis management.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (JOURNALISM)


Equip yourself with a multidisciplinary education in a
combination of humanities and social sciences disciplines
and a professional specialisation in journalism by completing
the Bachelor of Arts. You will explore disciplines that
study the way humans recognise, record and debate
human practices, meanings and values. This will aid you in
developing a contemporary understanding of the human
condition and how society operates. Study two arts majors
selected from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literary and cultural studies or social enquiry and eight
units from the professional discipline of journalism.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL


COMMUNICATION (JOURNALISM)
The Bachelor of Professional Communication (Journalism)
is a multidisciplinary course that allows you to combine
the study of public relations and communications with
journalism. The journalism specialisation involves eight units
and will prepare you for a career in journalism and media
relations. Be introduced to journalism within the broader
contextual framework of media industries and engage in
debates about journalistic practice. You will also cover news
and narrative writing for a range of journalism genres, and
the associated requirements for research, analysis, and
conduct within legal and ethical frameworks associated with
journalistic practice.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF
PROFESSIONALCOMMUNICATION
The Bachelor of Professional Communication is a
multidisciplinary course that allows you to combine
the study of public relations and communications with
either a business, journalism or digital media production
specialisation. Business specialisation options exist in human
resource management, marketing or management.

CU47 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS/BACHELOR OF


PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
This dual degree provides you with the opportunity to
combine the study of public relations and communications
with in-depth study of business. This four-year course of 32
units includes six public relations units, six communications
units, an industry placement, eight core business units, eight
discipline-specific business units and electives to provide
further versatility in discipline studies.

CU37 - MASTER OF COMMUNICATION


The Master of Communication is a research higher degree
course. It involves supervised research and study in either
communication, communication technologies or journalism and
leads to the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant
original contribution to knowledge in your area of research.

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ENGINEERING AND
BUILTENVIRONMENT

AVIATION COURSES
Aviation
Our aviation course can provide you with the skills
needed to undertake a range of careers in the aviation,
aerospace and information technology industries. You
will gain a thorough understanding of the theories
and practices in aviation technology and explore the
associated ethical, legal and security issues in this
field. With options for practical flight training within our
courses, you may also choose to pursue testing for a
range of pilot licenses.

CG08 - DIPLOMA OF AVIATION THEORY


An interest in math, science, design, construction or
technology can be the first step towards a rewarding
career in engineering and built environment industries.
Whether youre interested in building things, or figuring
out how they work, CQUniversitys engineering and built
environment courses will help you turn your passion into
a diverse career in a continually evolving industry.
Our courses will give you the skills to either start your
career or to improve your progression opportunities
with further knowledge and formal qualifications. Our
strong partnerships with leading private companies and
public organisations mean our courses have strong links
with industry and our focus on work-integrated learning
will give you the practical skills to graduate work ready
with a practical understanding of the latest industry
innovations, codes and practices.

The Diploma of Aviation Theory provides you with an


introductory understanding of the theories and practices
involved in aviation technology. The course acts as a
pathway into the Associate Degree in Aviation or Bachelor of
Aviation (Technology) and will prepare you for employment
opportunities with major airline organisations. With
additional flight training you may also become a qualified
civilian or defence force pilot.

CB83 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF AVIATION


If you want to pursue a career in aviation and aerospace
the Associate Degree in Aviation will provide you with the
skills and confidence to do just that. It also acts as a direct
pathway into the Bachelor of Aviation (Technology). Equip
yourself with an understanding of theories and practices
and explore associated ethical, legal and security issues. On
completion, you will have the theoretical knowledge required
to undertake the testing for a pilot licence. You will also be
introduced to recreational flying and complete 20 hours of
flight training.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Bachelor of Aviation (Technology) will prepare you for a


range of management and operational careers in the aviation,
aerospace and Information Technology (IT) industries.During
this course you will study aviation topics such as
aerodynamics, aircraft systems and meteorology; develop
an understanding of engineering such as engines, turbo
and supercharging, and propeller systems; and build skills in
IT and business management, making you a well-rounded
graduate. With additional flight training you may also choose
to become a qualified civilian or defence force pilot.

BUILT ENVIRONMENT
COURSES
Building Design
Building designers design buildings that can range from
a family home to a multi-storey commercial complex
according to their experience and licence classification.
As a building designer you will prepare working
drawings and assemble other documents required for
necessary approvals and construction. You will also
be ready to provide advice and assistance with town
planning and other regulations relevant to projects.

CC01 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF BUILDING DESIGN


If you have a keen interest in the building and construction
industry and like planning and designing then the Associate
Degree of Building Design may be for you. By studying this
course you will equip yourself with the skills required to
plan and design buildings, ranging from residential homes to
medium-rise commercial buildings. This includes restoration,
renovation, unit development and extension work. Upon
completion, you may choose to continue your building
design studies by enrolling in the Bachelor of Building
Design. You will receive credit for study undertaken in the
Associate Degree of Building Design.

CU65 - BACHELOR OF BUILDING DESIGN


Equip yourself with the skills needed to provide creative,
practical and sustainable construction designs for clients
by studying the Bachelor of Building Design. This course
will provide you with an understanding of construction,
structures, building materials and services, sustainability,
professional practice and communication, ultimately
preparing you to become a confident and capable building
industry professional. The Bachelor of Building Design is
accredited by the National Alliance of Building Designers.
Further information is available from the Queensland Building
and Construction Commission.

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Building Surveying

Construction Management

A career in building surveying will appeal to you


if you are interested in interpreting and applying
building legislation, technical codes and construction
standards. As a building surveyor you may conduct
building inspections to ensure compliance with building
regulations and public safety.

By studying construction management you will learn


about coordinating building construction. This includes
the development of large projects such as hotels,
offices, schools, hospitals, residential developments and
more. Construction management explores a range of
methods and procedures, supply of labour and material,
managing contractors and subcontractors, building
regulations and building operations.

CB99 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF


BUILDINGSURVEYING
As a graduate of the Associate Degree of Building Surveying
you will be capable of assessing building documentation
for code and standards compliance and inspecting staged
works for domestic and residential buildings. The Associate
Degree of Building Surveying is regularly reviewed by the
Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.

CC61 - BACHELOR OF BUILDING SURVEYING AND


CERTIFICATION (HONOURS)
This bachelor course will prepare you to become a building
surveyor and enable you to certify buildings of all classes
in the residential and commercial sectors. You can assess
building documentation for codes and standards compliance
and inspect staged works on all classes of buildings, as
defined by the Building Code of Australia (BCA). The
Australian Institute of Building Surveyors regularly reviews
this course for industry compliance.

CPC40110 - CERTIFICATE IV IN BUILDING


ANDCONSTRUCTION
The Certificate IV in Building and Construction prepares
you for a career in building and construction management.
During this course you have the opportunity to develop
the skills and knowledge needed for a career as a builder
or manager of small to medium-sized building businesses.
Please note that builder licensing varies across states and
territories and additional requirements to attainment of this
qualification may be required.

CH74 - BACHELOR OF CONSTRUCTION


This course enables you to complete a certificate III
qualification, simultaneously to a bachelor qualification. The
Bachelor of Construction provides you with an alternative
and practical pathway to obtain construction industry
licences in Queensland; it provides you with the theoretical
knowledge which when combined with the appropriate
work experience gives you eligibility to apply for Queensland
building licences. After the successful completion of the
first 1.5 years of study you will be eligible for receiving the
Certificate III in Carpentry and an interim or exit award of a
Diploma inConstruction.

CC62 - BACHELOR OF CONSTRUCTION


MANAGEMENT (HONOURS)
This course has a strong focus on construction
management and planning, services, building
maintenance, and materials and structures ensuring
you graduate work ready and capable of managing
and coordinating complex construction projects. Upon
completion of the Bachelor of Construction Management
(Honours) you will satisfy the academic requirements for
membership with the Australian Institute of Building.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Engineering
Engineering is about turning ideas into reality and finding
innovative scientific and technical solutions to a variety
of challenges. The work of an engineer is diverse and
may include design, development, maintenance or
project management. Discipline choices are available in
a range of engineering areas including civil engineering,
electrical engineering, mechatronics, mining engineering
and engineering geology. As a professional engineer
you can be a driver of change in society and be not
only responsible for technological change, but also
the impact it has on communities, society and the
environment in general.

CC02 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF ENGINEERING


The Associate Degree of Engineering allows you to develop
the skills required to become an engineering associate and
gain knowledge of engineering principles relevant to the
testing, inspection, drawing, adaptation, commissioning,
management or operation of on-site equipment, plant and
systems. There is the opportunity to tailor your studies
to your areas of interest by selecting from specialisations
in civil, electrical, mechanical or mining engineering or
engineering geology. Upon completion of the Associate
Degree of Engineering you will satisfy the academic
requirements for membership with Engineers Australia as an
Engineering Associate.

CC31 - BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS)


If you want to become a qualified engineer then the
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) may be for you. This
course consists of a common first year, after which you
can choose to specialise in civil, electrical, mechanical,
mechatronic or mining engineering. This provides benefit
from project-based learning and the opportunity to learn in
both formal and informal environments such as workshops,
classes and project studios. Teamwork and problem-solving
skills are learnt alongside technical content in real-world
engineering contexts. This course is accredited by
Engineers Australia and upon graduation you will satisfy the
requirements for membership of Engineers Australia.

Like the Bachelor of Engineering, studying the Bachelor of


Engineering and Diploma of Professional Practice (Co-op
Engineering) will enable you to become a qualified engineer.
In addition, this program features 48 weeks of paid work
placement as well as project-based learning, allowing you
to graduate with relevant and recent industry experience.
You can choose civil, electrical, mechanical or mechatronic
engineering as your specialisation after a common first year
of engineering studies. This degree will satisfy the academic
requirements for membership of Engineers Australia as a
Professional Engineer.

CG21 - BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


As a Bachelor of Engineering Technology student, you will
develop technical knowledge and skills in civil, electrical
or mechanical engineering, enabling you to become
an engineering technologist. You can specialise in civil
(structural), civil (municipal/transportation), mechanical
(process), mechanical (energy), mechanical (design),
electrical (electrical power) or electrical (control). This course
may be used as a pathway into the Bachelor of Engineering
(Honours). You will study many of the same units as
Bachelor of Engineering students but in a narrower discipline
area. This course is accredited by EngineersAustralia.

CV86 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ENGINEERING


If you are a three or four-year qualified engineer from
Australia, the Graduate Certificate in Engineering provides
you with an opportunity to develop further skills and
knowledge either in your current engineering discipline
or in related discipline areas. You will study four units
chosen from topics including sustainability, mining, project
management and rail, as well as a range of civil, electrical
and mechanical engineering units. You may also choose
to continue your study towards a Graduate Diploma of
Engineering or Master of Engineering.

CV87 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING


Continue your professional development as a qualified
engineer from Australia with the Graduate Diploma of
Engineering. This eight-unit course will provide you with an
opportunity to develop additional skills and knowledge either in
your current engineering discipline or in related discipline areas.
You may also choose to continue your study towards a Master
of Engineering.

ENGINEERING AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT

ENGINEERING COURSES

CC32 - BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS)


AND DIPLOMA OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
(CO-OP ENGINEERING)

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CV82 - MASTER OF ENGINEERING


This Master of Engineering provides a pathway for three or
four-year qualified engineering graduates both from Australia
and overseas to achieve Engineers Australia Stage1
Competency Standards for Professional Engineers. This
course incorporates the units from the Graduate Certificate
and Graduate Diploma of Engineering in addition to
completion of a major research project that will demonstrate
your ability to work as a professional engineer.

CC74 - MASTER OF MANAGEMENT FORENGINEERS


If you are an engineer wanting to develop your knowledge
and skills in business then this course has been designed
specifically for you. This course helps you to identify
and apply appropriate solutions to the management of
projects, particularly in the areas of leadership, people,
organisations and operational management, governance,
project management, systems theory, strategic integration,
innovation and sustainable business development, and
accounting. An advantage of studying at CQUniversity is
the involvement of professionals from other disciplines such
as management, business, marketing and accountancy,
who use real-world engineering examples as part of their
teaching strategies.

CD62 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (SCIENCES,


ENGINEERING AND HEALTH)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in an engineering discipline. Your research will lead to
the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

Maintenance and
AssetManagement
If you currently work in asset and maintenance
management then CQUniversitys suite of courses in
this area will be of interest to you. These courses are
relevant only to people working within the industry as
they are designed to integrate your experience as a
maintenance practitioner and build on that foundation by
introducing theories and concepts that will develop your
professional skills, knowledge and abilities, as well as
enhance your career opportunities.

CC19 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ASSET AND


MAINTENANCEMANAGEMENT
Enhance your career prospects by completing the Graduate
Certificate of Asset and Maintenance Management a
course that allows you to learn about maintenance systems
and strategies, and resource allocation in just four units. This
course is innovative and practical in its approach, providing
you with the ability to excel in the field of maintenance,
reliability and engineering management. Upon completion
you have the opportunity to receive credit towards the
graduate diploma and master courses in this suite if you
choose to undertake additional education and training.

CC20 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF ASSET AND


MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Diploma of Asset and Maintenance
Management builds on the foundation of systems, strategies
and resource allocation that was introduced in the Graduate
Certificate of Asset and Maintenance Management.
During this second of three courses in the suite, you have
the opportunity to learn about leading in a maintenance
environment. Customise your course with a choice of units
in areas including maintenance audits, condition monitoring,
reliability, shutdowns and materials management. Credit is
given for this course towards the masters course in this suite.

CC18 - MASTER OF ASSET AND


MAINTENANCEMANAGEMENT
The Master of Maintenance Management provides you,
as a graduate of the Diploma of Asset and Maintenance
Management, with the opportunity to apply the knowledge
you have gained to a relevant and contextual research
project. You will investigate and resolve a significant real-life
issue affecting the maintenance of an organisation.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

CC33 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


PROJECTMANAGEMENT

Project management involves planning, coordinating,


organising and managing project resources, timelines,
procedures and processes on a daily basis to achieve
set objectives and targets. The analysis of data and
information is key to the field of project management
along with motivating staff, managing stakeholders such
as contractors, and reporting on outcomes.

This course is suitable if you have a bachelors degree


and are looking to develop your project management
credentials. It is also a contextual study pathway if you
have Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications
in project management combined with relevant industry
experience or if you have significant industry experience
but no formal qualifications. The four-unit course includes
case studies and practical material to illustrate how the
concepts of project management meet industry needs. It
also adopts a methodological approach to the application of
project processes and highlights the integration of different
frameworks to a project.

BSB41515 - CERTIFICATE IV IN
PROJECTMANAGEMENT PRACTICE
If you are working in a support role in project fields or would
like to acquire knowledge of the fundamentals of project
management this course may be for you. This course will equip
you with the project management skills that are fast becoming
essential for all managers and project support staff. You
will explore ways to apply project management techniques,
contribute to defining project scope, manage project schedules
and costs, ensure quality management and much more.

BSB51415 - DIPLOMA OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Build upon your existing project management skills and
enhance your employability with the Diploma of Project
Management. You will develop the practical skills needed
to effectively manage all aspects of a project from start to
finish. This course has a strong focus on project integration
and leadership, ensuring you are equipped to achieve project
objectives. If you have existing project management skills and
would like to take the next step and pursue a management
role, then this course may be for you.

CV81 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


PROJECTMANAGEMENT
This course provides you with the opportunity to extend your
understanding of project management by establishing a deep
foundational knowledge base of the theoretical principles,
as well as the practical application, of project management.
The course explores the principles of project management
as based on recognised international standards, guidelines
and frameworks. Project management is examined from a
technical skills, human skills and systems perspective.

CV84 - MASTER OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


The Master of Project Management provides an opportunity
for you to extend your knowledge through both coursework
and research. The conclusion of the course is a research
project that can be based on either your workplace or issues
that are important to the project management profession. The
course material has been aligned to the Project Management
Institute (PMI) global standards and core bodies of knowledge
to ensure industry relevance.

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ENGINEERING TRADES

ENGINEERING TRADES
(PRE-APPRENTICESHIP AND
POST-TRADE) COURSES
Automotive
The automotive industry focuses on the operation
of cars, heavy vehicles, outdoor power equipment,
bicycles, marine craft and motorcycles. Work in this
area may involve servicing, repairing or inspecting
mechanical and electrical components of automotive
vehicles. Our automotive courses will give you the skills
to pursue a career as an automotive service person,
mechanic, trades assistant, service assistance or
automotive trainee.

If you enjoy work thats hands-on, our engineering


trades courses will provide you with a range of
skills and choice to get you started or enhance your
career. With options available in electrical, fabrication,
instrumentation, mechanical and plumbing, no matter
what your interests are, we have an engineering trade
qualification to suit you.
There is constant demand for workers with skills in the
engineering trades, and our courses can help you take
advantage of these opportunities.
Our pre-apprenticeship career entry courses will
provide you with options to enhance your qualifications
and employability skills. We also offer school-based
engineering trade courses delivered as part of the VET
in Schools (VETiS) program.
Our post-trade and skill development courses offer
you the opportunity to develop advanced knowledge
in current and emerging technologies to further
yourcareer.
We also offer a number of courses that may be of interest
to employers as a viable training option for apprentices.
Please visit www.cqu.edu.au/apprenticeships for
more information on our apprenticeship courses.

AUR20212 - CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE AIR


CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY
This course is designed as an extension to a trade
qualification and covers the skills and knowledge required to
perform a range of tasks related to servicing and repairing
air conditioning components and systems of cars and heavy
vehicles within an automotive service and repair business.
Upon completion, you will have a range of employability
skills including communication, teamwork, problem
solving, initiative and enterprise, planning and organising,
self-management and hands on skills relevant to the
automotive air industry.

AUR20512 - CERTIFICATE II IN AUTOMOTIVE


SERVICING TECHNOLOGY
This course covers the skills and knowledge required to
perform a range of servicing operations on light vehicles,
heavy vehicles and/or motorcycles within an automotive
service or repair business. The Certificate II in Automotive
Servicing Technology is designed to prepare new employees
or recognise and develop existing workers who are
performing servicing and maintenance of vehicles in an
automotive service or repair business.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The construction industry is vital to the growth of


the Australian economy and skills in this area are
consistently required. Work may cover a variety of
specialties including bricklaying/blocklaying, carpentry,
plumbing and cabinetmaking. A career in construction
may include hands on trade work in these areas or
supervisory and construction management roles.

CPC40110 - CERTIFICATE IV IN BUILDING


ANDCONSTRUCTION
The Certificate IV in Building and Construction will prepare you
for a career in building and construction management. This
course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed
for a career as a builder or manager of small to medium-sized
building businesses. Please note that builder licensing varies
across states and territories and additional requirements to
attainment of this qualification may be required.

CH74 - BACHELOR OF CONSTRUCTION


This course enables you to complete a certificate III
qualification, simultaneously to a bachelor qualification. The
Bachelor of Construction provides you with an alternative
and practical pathway to obtain construction industry
licences in Queensland; it provides you with the theoretical
knowledge which when combined with the appropriate
work experience gives you eligibility to apply for Queensland
building licences. After the successful completion of the
first 1.5 years of study you will be eligible for receiving the
Certificate III in Carpentry and an interim or exit award of a
Diploma inConstruction.

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Engineering Technology

MEM50212 - DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING


TECHNICAL

Engineering Technology courses are the first step to a


career in engineering. Our certificate and diploma-level
courses will give you both theoretical and semi-technical
skills to help you towards a career in mechanical,
mechatronic, manufacturing and maintenance fields.
Work may include welding, fabrication, heating and
cutting and use of workshop equipment. With the skills
developed you may choose to pursue an apprenticeship.

The Diploma of Engineering qualification will provide you


with theoretical and semi-technical skills and knowledge. It
is most relevant to you if you are presently or intending to
be employed in mechanical, mechatronic, manufacturing
and maintenance fields at a para-professional level. This
course emphasises the transfer of theoretical concepts to
practical real-world applications. You will study engineering
safety, mathematics, materials science, quality assurance,
engineering drawing and computing, as well as management
and maintenance strategies.

MEM10105 - CERTIFICATE I IN ENGINEERING


This is a pre-apprenticeship course that offers you an
excellent entry-level qualification for the engineering industry.
Successful completion of this course will give you direct
and indirect skills associated with apprenticeship trades
relevant to the engineering industry. Topics covered include
basic welding, fabrication, heating and cutting and use of
workshop equipment. This course is designed to give you
skills including communication, teamwork, problem solving,
initiative and enterprise, planning and organising, selfmanagement and hands on skills relevant to theindustry.

MSA20208 - CERTIFICATE II IN
MANUFACTURINGTECHNOLOGY
The Certificate II in Manufacturing Technology offers you
a taste of a range of trades including light automotive,
construction, manufacturing and fabrication. While
undertaking this course you will acquire a Working in
Construction White Card and undertake two weeks
of vocational placement with local industries. Career
opportunities in the manufacturing and engineering industry
may include roles such as designer, metal fabrication worker,
diesel fitter, fitter and turner, sheet metal worker, technical
officer and more.

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PREPARATION

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
COURSES
Spoken and Written English
Our English language courses can assist you to
develop your language skills to participate in a range
of community contexts. There are numerous study
options available in written and spoken English that will
improve your communication skills. Acquire vital skills in
basic everyday transactional needs, listening, speaking,
reading and writing, through to skills to effectively
engage in work, community and further studies.

10361NAT - COURSE IN PRELIMINARY SPOKEN AND


WRITTEN ENGLISH
If youre looking to develop your English language skills
or to boost your skills in communication and numeracy,
our English, work and study preparation courses will
help you.
Our courses provide options to help you prepare for
further study or to get the skills you need to enter the
workforce. With a variety of levels available we can
cater to your needs and help you build the confidence
and skills to succeed in whatever career you choose.
Whether English isnt your first language, youre looking
to prepare for tertiary study, youre still in school and
looking for a head start or youre looking for a course
that embraces your Indigenous heritage, weve got the
right fit for you.

If you have just started learning English language and literacy


or have minimal exposure to English then this course may
be for you. You will develop your language and literacy skills,
allowing you to effectively engage in work, the community
and further studies. You will develop basic English skills
including decoding words and smiple sentences, engaging
in short exchanges, giving basic personal information,
understanding time and money and writing words and
simple sentences.

10362NAT - CERTIFICATE I IN SPOKEN AND


WRITTEN ENGLISH
Take that next step towards using and understanding English
in everyday situations by completing the Certificate I in Spoken
and Written English. If you have just started learning English
language and literacy then this course may be for you. In this
course you can choose from electives providing a range of
skills including the ability to comprehend written and spoken
information and instructions, understand and leave telephone
messages, comprehend the metric system, compose
written recounts and informal texts and perform addition and
subtraction with decimal whole numbers.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English provides


you with general knowledge and skills in English language
and literacy, making you more versatile and better prepared
to use and understand English in everyday situations.
During this course you will choose from a range of electives
providing you with skills including the ability to comprehend
and participate in routine conversations, perform
multiplication and division, use fractions and decimals,
participate in interviews, and understand and compose a
range of texts including for the purpose of job seeking.

10364NAT - CERTIFICATE III IN SPOKEN AND


WRITTEN ENGLISH
Develop your existing English language and literacy skills and
enhance your employability by completing the Certificate III
in Spoken and Written English. This course will equip you
to understand and compose multiple-step calculations and
complex texts, understand and give complex instructions,
apply and interpret mathematical information and develop
language skills for job seeking.

CQUENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTRES COURSES


CQUniversity provides courses for international and local
students in general English, International English Language
Testing Systems (IELTS) Preparation and English for
Academic Purpose (EAP). English classes are suitable if you
are a beginner or a migrant wanting to improve your English
skills. Higher-level general English classes are a good starting
point for IELTS Preparation and EAP. EAP classes are suitable
if you want to learn English and focus on referencing, essay
writing, presentations, information literacy and note taking.
For more information on CQUEnglish courses visit
www.cqu.edu.au/cquenglish.

STUDY PREPARATION
COURSES
Enabling
Whether youre still in school or a mature age student, our
enabling courses will give you the head start you need
to progress your study. These study options develop the
skills and confidence necessary to embark on tertiary
study. Courses can be tailored to suit your study needs
and help you reach your career goals.

CG41 - START UNI NOW (SUN)


Start Uni Now (SUN) is a study option if you are a high
school student about to finish year 10, or in Year 11 or
12 and wish to study university units as part of your
Queensland Certificate of Education. This pathway allows
you to develop skills and knowledge, enabling you to
transition comfortably from high school to university. You
will complete university units from within your degree of
choice and become familiar with many university systems
and practices within the university environment. You will
receive credit for the units you have successfully completed
and in most cases gain direct entry into the course that your
SUN units were studied from.

CT02 - TERTIARY ENTRY PROGRAM (TEP)


The Tertiary Entry Program (TEP) embraces your Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander background to prepare you for
successful participation in undergraduate and postgraduate
university degree courses. When you successfully complete
the full course you will gain a Tertiary Entry Rank (TER),
which gives you access to undergraduate courses at
Australian universities. Throughout the course you will
participate in learning experiences that are personally
and culturally affirming. We value the skills, knowledge
and experience you bring when you come to study
atCQUniversity.

ENGLISH, STUDY AND WORK PREPARATION

10363NAT - CERTIFICATE II IN SPOKEN AND


WRITTEN ENGLISH

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CZ01 - SKILLS FOR TERTIARY EDUCATION


PREPARATORY STUDIES (STEPS)
Skills for Tertiary Education Preparatory Studies (STEPS) is a
pre-university enabling course that prepares you for further
study. STEPS is a viable option if you are 18 or over in the year
of enrolment, and are an Australian or New Zealand citizen
or hold permanent resident or a humanitarian visa. STEPS is
designed to instil in you the skills and confidence necessary to
embark on tertiary study and covers academic communication,
mathematics, computing, science, independent learning skills,
study skills and library and information literacy skills.

WORK PREPARATION
COURSES
Communication
Communication is a foundational skill required in all
industries. Our courses can help you enhance your
employability by developing your communication
skills. Options are available for a variety of levels, from
preliminary to intermediate, giving you the skills needed
for further training or employment opportunities.

39279QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMUNICATION
(PRELIMINARY)
Completing the Course in Core Skills for Employment and
Training Communication (Preliminary) provides you with
a range of underpinning communication skills, enabling you
to progress into further training or gain employment. This
course will equip you to respond to spoken English related
to immediate everyday needs, use simple spoken English
words and phrases in familiar contexts and write basic
personal information. You will also develop a knowledge of
basic signs and short texts.

39280QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMUNICATION
(BASIC)
If you would like to improve your communication and
numeracy skills then this course may be for you. You will
learn to respond to short, simple spoken English texts,
identify learning strategies to achieve immediate goals,
participate in short explicit spoken English exchanges and
write simple texts. You will also develop a knowledge of
personally relevant information in familiar texts.

If youd like to improve on your basic communication skills,


this course may be for you. You will develop skills to respond
to spoken English information and interactions, use spoken
English in familiar contexts, write short familiar texts and
plan and implement simple learning strategies. This course
will also equip you to apply simple learning strategies
and demonstrate a knowledge of simple texts in familiar
predictable contexts.

39282QLD - CERTIFICATE I IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMUNICATION
The Certificate I in Core Skills for Employment and Training
Communication will help you progress into further training
or pursue employment opportunities. This course will enable
you to respond to routine spoken English and use spoken
English in familiar, and some unfamiliar contexts as well as
to write routine English texts. This course will also equip you
to demonstrate a knowledge of routine texts and to plan,
implement and adjust strategies to achieve learning goals.

Numeracy
Numeracy is a key skill required in many different career
fields including business, information technology,
engineering and science. Increase your employability by
developing your numeracy skills. Options are available
for a variety of levels, from preliminary to intermediate
giving you the ability you need for further training or for
employment opportunities.

39285QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING NUMERACY
(PRELIMINARY)
This course will develop a range and numeracy skills that
may help you progress into further training or pursue
employment opportunities. This course will equip you to use
simple number skills in familiar real life contexts, arrange
familiar data in simple displays, use everyday language to
compare length, mass, area and capacity, identify 2D shapes,
respond to simple directions and use everyday language
related to time.

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39286QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING NUMERACY (BASIC)

ENGLISH, STUDY AND WORK PREPARATION

39281QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMUNICATION
(INTERMEDIATE)

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Progress into further training or enhance your employment


opportunities by completing the Course in Core Skills for
Employment and Training Numeracy (Basic). During this
course you will learn essential numeracy skills including how to
perform calculations using whole numbers in real life contexts,
use simple tables, charts and graphs in familiar contexts,
use length, mass, area and capacity to compare and order
objects, perform simple calculations using money, use shapes,
space and directions in everyday contexts and demonstrate a
knowledge of time, simple timetables and calendars.

39287QLD - COURSE IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING NUMERACY
(INTERMEDIATE)
Equip yourself with the underpinning communication and
numeracy skills needed to progress into further training and
employment opportunities by completing the Course in Core
Skills for Employment and Training Numeracy (Intermediate).
This course will equip you to perform calculations using
monetary amounts and whole numbers in real life situations,
construct simple tables, charts and graphs where scales and
axes are provided, compare order and represent common
fractions, decimals and percentages, use simple instruments
graduated in familiar units of measurement and apply time
measurement, calendars and timetables in familiar activities.

39288QLD - CERTIFICATE I IN CORE SKILLS FOR


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING NUMERACY
Completing the Certificate I in Core Skills for Employment
and Training Numeracy may be your stepping stone to
further training or employment opportunities. This course
will equip you to perform calculations with large numbers,
fractions, decimals and percentages, construct tables,
charts and graphs using routine scales and axes, use
standard measuring instruments in routine contexts, draw
2D and 3D objects, use routine maps and plans to give
directions and solve time-based problems which include
24-hour format.

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ALLIED HEALTH COURSES


Chiropractic
Chiropractic is a health care discipline that promotes
wellbeing by diagnosing and treating problems related
to the nervous system and the skeletal system, in
particular the spine and pelvis. To qualify as a registered
chiropractor it is necessary to complete a five-year
university degree. CQUniversity offers a three-year
Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) followed by a
two-year Master of Clinical Chiropractic.

CB77 - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CHIROPRACTIC)

If nurturing is part of your nature, then our extensive


range of health courses can help you help others, by
building your expertise to forge a career in your area of
interest. Pursue your passion and develop your skills in
a specialised area or start your career in an industry that
gives you a genuine opportunity to improve the quality
of life of others.
Our strong focus on workplace-integrated learning gives
you the opportunity to take on course work in real-life
workplaces so you can put your learning directly into
practice. Graduate at the forefront of your respective field
and be part of a learning community that continues to
contribute to and work with industry and thecommunity.
Study one of the many exciting health courses on offer
at CQUniversity and help make a real difference to
community health and wellbeing.

This course aims to develop clinical skills in the diagnosis


and management of patients presenting for care. You
will develop a range of spinal and patient assessment
procedures and basic therapeutic approaches to common
musculoskeletal presentations. You will learn to manage
patients from a wellness perspective and will cover the
history, philosophy, principles and theories of chiropractic
and relevant chiropractic psychomotor skills, as well as
gain knowledge of basic science. Completion of the course
will qualify you as a chiropractic assistant. Full registration
as a chiropractor requires completion of the Master of
ClinicalChiropractic.

CC71 - MASTER OF CLINICAL CHIROPRACTIC


As a graduate of CQUniversitys Bachelor of Science
(Chiropractic) the two-year Master of Clinical Chiropractic
will enable you to complete the educational requirement
for accreditation as a professional chiropractor. While
the CQUniversity Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) is
specifically sequenced for optimal articulation, other
accredited bachelors courses will also be considered. During
this course you will develop knowledge, skills, values and
behaviours necessary to become a primary care chiropractic
practitioner capable of delivering patient-centredcare.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Clinical Investigation involves diagnostic physiological


measurement, particularly in the respiratory,
cardiovascular and neurophysiology discipline areas.
Careers include working as a health professional or
within biotechnology in support industries.

CG93 - BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SCIENCE


(CLINICALINVESTIGATION)
Develop your ability to apply knowledge of clinical investigation
to clinical practice in a health professional role by completing
the Bachelor of Medical Science. The course has a common
first year with subsequent years being devoted specifically to
specialisation options. Clinical investigation involves diagnosing
disease and fine-tuning therapeutic management of already
established disease by performing physiological tests such
as electrocardiography (ECG) and 24-hour halter monitoring.
Upon completion, you will be ready to pursue a role as a
medical scientist in clinical measurement laboratories.

Health Science
Health Science is a multidisciplinary approach to health
care and provides a broad foundation of knowledge
to allow flexibility in career and postgraduate study
choices. Career opportunities exist in health promotion,
public health, health research and articulation into other
health education. You will also have the opportunity to
pursue further postgraduate study options in areas such
as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry and
speech pathology.

CB66 - BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCE


(ALLIEDHEALTH)
Prepare yourself for a diverse and rewarding career within
emerging health roles by studying health science. This is
a practical course designed to develop well-rounded skills
and provide you with a foundation learning opportunity.
Your studies will focus on human body systems, the role of
allied health practitioners and health care in contemporary
society. Completion of this course is the ideal pathway
for progression into specialised postgraduate or graduate
entry courses in areas such as physiotherapy, occupational
therapy, podiatry, speech pathology or public health.

CQ17 - MASTER OF HEALTH SCIENCE


Undertake world-class research at CQUniversity with the
Master of Health Science. This is a two-year course that
involves supervised research focused on a particular area of
interest you have in health science. Your research will lead to
the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge in your area of research.

CD62 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (SCIENCES,


ENGINEERING AND HEALTH)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in health science. Your research will lead to the
submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

Nutrition
The study of nutrition will help you pursue a career in
food and nutrition industries and nutrition related health
promotion and will provide a pathway for progression
into postgraduate study of food, nutrition or dietetics.

CG93 - BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SCIENCE


(NUTRITION)
Develop your ability to apply knowledge of nutrition to clinical
practice in a health professional role by completing the
Bachelor of Medical Science specialising in Nutrition. The
course has a common first year with subsequent years being
devoted specifically to specialisation options. Work-integrated
learning courses are included in each specialisation to facilitate
work readiness.

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Occupational Therapy

Pathology

Occupational therapy is a rewarding career that allows


you to work with people experiencing barriers in their
everyday lives as the result of impairment, disability or
disadvantage. You will work across diverse situations
including aged care, disabilities, occupational health and
rehabilitation, paediatrics and mental health.

The study of pathology will prepare you for employment


in diagnostic medical laboratories where haematological,
biochemical, microbiological and histological analysis of
human blood, urine and tissue samples is conducted.

CB84 - BACHELOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY


(HONOURS)
The Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) equips you
with practical skills, enabling you to use specific activities to
help patients participate in life roles. The course is designed
to ensure you are equipped with underpinning knowledge in
professional practice, human body systems, psychology and
contemporary health care. You will develop highly desired
skills in areas such as assessment, service development,
evaluation and critical thinking, enabling you to graduate
work ready. The course focuses on practical learning
experiences so you benefit from industry placements across
a range of practice areas including the purpose-built allied
health clinic at CQUniversity Rockhampton North.

Oral Health
Studying an oral health degree will qualify you to work
as an oral health therapist, dental therapist and dental
hygienist. You will work alongside dentists to provide
routine dental care for patients and promote oral health
within the community.

CB29 - BACHELOR OF ORAL HEALTH


Completing the Bachelor of Oral Health at CQUniversity
enables you to apply to the Dental Board of Australia for
registration as an oral health therapist, dental therapist and
dental hygienist. You will develop skills to effectively perform
preventive and operative dentistry for patients and provide
specialist dental practices. The course has a strong focus on
work-integrated learning in pre-clinical and clinical settings
such as our purpose-fit oral health laboratory and dental
clinic at CQUniversity Rockhampton North. This allows you
to gain valuable practical experience while also increasing
your employability.

CG93 - BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SCIENCE


(PATHOLOGY)
Develop your ability to apply knowledge of pathology to
clinical practice in a health professional role by completing
the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology). The course has
a common first year with subsequent years being devoted
specifically to specialisation options. Pathology involves the
haematological, biochemical, microbiological and histological
analysis of human blood, urine and tissue samples.

Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy involves the assessment, diagnosis,
treatment and prevention of disease, disability and
injury through physical means. Career opportunities
for physiotherapists include working within the public
and private health sectors with opportunities existing in
specialist fields such as disability or sports injury.

CB85 - BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (HONOURS)


If you are interested in pursuing a career in the high-demand
industry of physiotherapy, this course may be for you.
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) provides high
quality contemporary education including opportunities for
work-integrated learning and will enable you to be eligible
for registration with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia
as a physiotherapist. On completion of this course you may
find employment in a variety of healthcare settings including
hospitals, community health centres, private practices and
schools and sporting teams.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Speech Pathology

Podiatrists are health professionals who deal with the


prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation
of medical and surgical conditions of the feet and
lower limbs. CQUniversity offers two study options
for qualifying as a podiatrist. You can study an
undergraduate degree or if you already hold a degree in a
related discipline you can fast track with a graduate entry
postgraduate qualification.

Speech pathologists are health professionals who deal


with the diagnosis, management and treatment of
individuals who are unable to communicate effectively
or who have difficulty with feeding and swallowing.
Speech pathologists can work in diverse settings in
urban, rural and remote areas and may include hospitals
(public and private), community centres, rehabilitation
centres, kindergartens, schools, aged care facilities and
private practice.

CB86 - BACHELOR OF PODIATRY PRACTICE


(HONOURS)
Study the Bachelor of Podiatry Practice (Honours) at
CQUniversity and equip yourself with the knowledge and
skills required to practice as a podiatrist. Your education and
training will explore a variety of health sciences topics such as
anatomy, physiology, microbiology and psychology, plus much
more. You will benefit from completing clinical placements
at the newly established, purpose-built allied health clinic at
CQUniversity Rockhampton North, as well as in a variety of
external clinical settings. This course is an approved course of
study in accordance with the National Board and has received
accreditation from the Australian and New Zealand Podiatry
Accreditation Council.

CC75 - MASTER OF PODIATRY PRACTICE


This course is a graduate-entry course whereyou are
required to have completed an undergraduate degree
from a recognised tertiary education institution prior
to entry. Graduates with the appropriate qualifications
will be provided a means of entry to the profession of
podiatry by undertaking an accelerated unit of study.
Completed over five subsequent academic terms, starting
in Term 3 (November) each year, this course emphasises
the integration of previous skills and knowledge with
the principles and practice of podiatry. The course is
demanding and requiresyou to be focused on intensive
study and also be available for associated clinical placement
betweenterms.

CB87 - BACHELOR OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY


(HONOURS)
The Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) offers
you the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge of
communication and swallowing disorders in the varied
settings in which speech pathologists practice. To
facilitate the high level of independent clinical decision
making required of graduates, the course uses a range of
contemporary teaching approaches. The course offers an
emphasis on interprofessional education to equip you to
work effectively with your fellow health professionals in
todays work environment.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES
COURSES
Aged Care
Aged care involves providing support and care for
the ageing population. Career opportunities exist in
both the public and private sector including within
residentialfacilities.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (AGEING)
This course provides you with the foundation needed to
pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC43015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN AGEING SUPPORT


The Certificate IV in Ageing support gives you the skills
needed to perform specialised tasks and functions in aged
care services, either in residential, home or community
based environments. Youll become equipped to provide
quality service through the development, facilitation and
review of individualised service planning and delivery.

Community Care
The study of community care focuses on the skills and
knowledge needed to assist and encourage community
groups and individuals to participate in activities and
programs. Planning, development, maintenance and
evaluation of community resources, courses, activities
and networks are key elements to community services.
Career options include case worker, health education
officer, welfare worker, home care worker, community
development worker and support worker.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE - HACC)
This course provides you with the foundation needed to
pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC32015 - CERTIFICATE III IN


COMMUNITYSERVICES
The Certificate III in Community Services provides the ideal
pathway to start your career in the community services
sector. The course is designed to provide you with the
skills and confidence to provide support to both individuals
and groups and make a real difference in your community.
You will gain the skills to provide day-to-day support
to individuals in community settings or to support the
implementation of specific community-based programs.

CHC42015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN
COMMUNITYSERVICES
If youre seeking a career that allows you to make a
difference in the lives of others then the Certificate IV in
Community Services Work may be for you. This course
equips you with the knowledge and skills required to be an
effective support and case worker. You will learn how to
design and deliver programs as well as to provide support,
advocacy or intervention methods to individuals and groups.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Health Care

The study of disability care focuses on the provision of


training and support to people with disabilities enhancing
their ability to achieve greater levels of independence,
self-reliance and community involvement. You will be
able to work in community organisations, clients homes,
residential homes, day respite centres, open employment
services and outreach services.

Health care involves promoting, preventing, diagnosing,


treating and assisting individuals and communities with
their physical and mental health and wellbeing. The
study of health care may cover areas such as allied
health, nursing, Indigenous health and health support
services. You may also explore the health care industry,
systems, administration and regulation, support services
and health care delivery.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (DISABILITY)
This course provides you with the foundation needed to
pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC43115 - CERTIFICATE IV IN DISABILITY


The Certificate IV in Disability equips you with the skills
required to support and enable people with disabilities
to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance,
community participation and wellbeing. On completion of
this course you will be prepared to pursue employment in
roles without direct supervision and where you are required
to supervise and coordinate other workers.

HLT33115 - CERTIFICATE III IN HEALTH


SERVICESASSISTANCE
This course will help you start your career as an assistant
health professional. While studying this varied course you
will gain underpinning knowledge enabling you to assist
professional health care workers such as nursing staff and
ward clerks to provide care for clients. Your training will
focus on developing skills so that you can confidently work
directly with clients on a daily basis.

CHC43415 - CERTIFICATE IV IN LEISURE


ANDHEALTH
Equip yourself with a broad range of skills and enhance your
employability within community care settings by studying the
Certificate IV in Leisure and Health. Your studies will focus
on developing skills to effectively design, implement and
evaluate leisure and health activities and programs for clients
in a variety of settings. You will graduate work ready and
capable of delivering recreational and leisure activities and
therapy in residential facilities, community agencies and day
care centres.

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Indigenous Health
Indigenous health involves the care of individuals, families
and communities. Roles in this area will work with
patients to assist with the coordination and provision of
health care in Indigenous communities and clinics.

HLT30113 - CERTIFICATE III IN ABORIGINAL AND/OR


TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
If you want to pursue a career that allows you to care
for others and make a difference in your community, the
Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Primary Health Care may be for you. The course provides
you with introductory skills and knowledge required to
provide health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander people.

CONTEMPORARY HEALTH
ISSUES COURSES
Dementia Studies
Dementia care involves providing professional care to
people with dementia and their significant others. If
youre currently working in the healthcare or welfare
sector or wish to obtain specialised skills and insight
to provide care to clients with dementia, our dementia
studies courses will suit you. This rewarding field of study
can help you progress your career in health care services
working in private or public hospitals, aged care services
and centres or health promotion and care organisations.

CV73 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


DEMENTIASTUDIES
The Graduate Certificate in Dementia Studies focuses on
issues surrounding dementia. It provides an introduction to
dementia care concepts that can be immediately applied in
practical situations when caring for a person with dementia and
their significant others. It also provides insights into the impact
of dementia nationally and globally, ensuring that you graduate
with the knowledge and skills to apply a holistic approach to the
care of people with dementia, regardless of the community in
which they reside.

CV78 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


DEMENTIASTUDIES
The Graduate Diploma of Dementia Studies examines
complex dementia care concepts that can be immediately
applied in practical situations when caring for a person
with dementia and their significant others. It builds on
the body of work delivered in the Graduate Certificate in
DementiaStudies.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

A career in domestic and family violence prevention


allows you to positively contribute to change in your
community. Our courses equip you with advanced
industry-related knowledge, skills and competencies to
respond to domestic and family violence. The knowledge
and skills you will gain through completing our courses
are transferable across a wide range of professions and
occupations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors,
where workers respond to domestic and family violence.

Healthy Ageing Studies


The requirement for the provision of quality care to an
ageing population is rapidly growing, providing an increasing
need for health professionals with skills in this area.
You will develop skills and understanding in the areas of
preventable diseases, health promotion and active ageing
enhancing your ability to provide holistic care to your clients
and community. Our healthy ageing courses equip you for
a career that involves dealing with the ageing population
which may include roles such as council planning positions,
education providers, administration workers, tourism
workers and health care or welfare workers.

CH81 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FACILITATING


MENS BEHAVIOUR CHANGE

CV75 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


HEALTHYAGEING

This course is designed to help you build the skills needed


to work with male perpetrators of domestic and family
violence. The course is delivered within the Queensland
Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research and
allows graduates to develop industry-related knowledge,
skills and competencies to work with users of domestic and
family violence to effect change.

The Graduate Certificate in Healthy Ageing will provide


you with the opportunity to obtain a qualification in healthy
ageing, enabling you to venture into the rapidly growing
market for health services that provide quality care to the
ageing population. You will focus on healthy ageing concepts
such as preventable diseases, health promotion and active
ageing to ensure that you graduate with the knowledge and
skills to apply a holistic approach to the care of your clients
andcommunity.

CV74 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DOMESTIC AND


FAMILY VIOLENCE PRACTICE
The Graduate Certificate in Domestic and Family Violence
Practice enables you to develop specialised industry-related
knowledge and skills to respond to domestic and family
violence. Key practice areas in relation to domestic and family
violence are reflected in course electives covering child
safety, mens behaviour change and working with victims
and survivors. The knowledge and skills you will gain by
completing this course are transferable across a wide range
of professions and occupations where workers encounter
domestic and family violence.

CV79 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF DOMESTIC AND


FAMILY VIOLENCE PRACTICE
The Graduate Diploma of Domestic and Family Violence
Practice provides the opportunity for you to develop advanced
industry-related knowledge, skills and competencies to
respond to domestic and family violence. You will be able
to enhance your learning in key specialist practice areas in
relation to domestic and family violence. Units related to
responding to victims and perpetrators, and leadership and
management are available to you in this course.

CV80 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF HEALTHY AGEING


The Graduate Diploma of Healthy Ageing focuses on issues
surrounding healthy ageing. It examines complex concepts
that can be immediately applied in practical situations when
caring for anyone who is interested in healthy ageing. It
encourages critical investigation into the impact of the rapidly
expanding ageing population nationally and globally and
ensures that you graduate with advanced knowledge and
skills to apply a holistic approach to the care of ageing people,
regardless of the community in which they reside.

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DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
COURSES
Echocardiography
Echocardiographers are in demand in many public
and private health facilities, and are likely to remain in
demand into the future due to the ageing demographic
of both patients and the existing workforce. Our
echocardiography courses will help you develop
knowledge of cardiac physiology and measurement
science as well as practical echocardiographic scanning
skills in the diagnostic setting. Work will include
the use of a range of diagnostic means, including
ultrasonic equipment, to produce diagnostic images,
video loops, laboratory data and 3D/4D volumes of
cardiovascularanatomy.

CV68 - BACHELOR OF CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGY


This three-year full-time degree leads to a career in the field
of cardiac physiology and clinical measurement science. A
cardiac technologist and measurement scientist is a health
professional who uses a range of diagnostic means to produce
images and laboratory data demonstrating cardiovascular
anatomy and function.

CV69 - BACHELOR OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY


(CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGY)/GRADUATE DIPLOMA
OFECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
An Echocardiographer (or cardiac sonographer) is a health
professional who uses a range of diagnostic tools, including
ultrasonic equipment, to produce diagnostic images, video
loops, laboratory data and three dimensional and four
dimensional volumes of cardiovascular anatomy. You will
undertake a four-year full-time course of study, comprising
of a three-year undergraduate Bachelor of Echocardiography
(Cardiac Physiology) and a one-year Graduate Diploma of
Echocardiography. You will be able to apply your knowledge
of cardiac physiology, measurement science and practical
echocardiographic scanning skills in the diagnostic setting.

CV83 - MASTER OF MEDICAL ULTRASOUND


As a qualified medical sonographer or echocardiographer
the Master of Medical Ultrasound provides you with the
opportunity to undertake professional development in the form
of coursework. This course is a natural top-up qualification to
the Graduate Diploma of Medical Sonography or Graduate
Diploma of Echocardiography, enabling you to study areas of
advanced practice and/or specialisations. This practice includes
advanced communication, business and research, together
with such specialisations as advanced musculoskeletal scans,
paediatric ultrasound and foetal hearts.

Medical Imaging
Medial Imaging (radiography) is a discipline consistently
in demand in both the public and private sector.
Diagnostic radiographers are responsible for providing
safe and accurate imaging examinations in a wide range
of clinical environments using a variety of imaging
modalities and techniques, such as x-ray, so that
appropriate management and treatment of patients and
clients can proceed. In a rapidly changing technological
field, our courses will give you the skills you need to be
adaptable and committed to lifelong learning.

CG92 - BACHELOR OF MEDICAL IMAGING


CQUniversitys Bachelor of Medical Imaging will prepare
you to work as a radiographer and enable you to provide
safe and accurate imaging examinations in a wide range
of clinical environments. You will be trained in a new
state-of-the-art, purpose-built environment and use the
latest technology to ensure you graduate work ready. By
focusing on developing key competencies, you will become
confident in digital technology, community engagement and
remote and rural innovation. By completing extensive work
placements you will gain practical experience and be able to
apply your skills and knowledge in a real-world setting. This
course is approved by the Medical Radiation Practice Board
of Australia.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

A rapidly developing field, sonography offers strong


employment opportunities that are continuing to
grow in both the private and public sector. You will
develop ultrasound skills in specific areas including
superficial structures, abdominal, renal, male and
female pelvic, obstetric, paediatric, general vascular and
musculoskeletal. As a medical sonographer you will
develop a career as a health professional using ultrasonic
equipment to produce diagnostic images, scans, videos
or 3D and 4D volumes of anatomy and diagnostic data.

CG91 - BACHELOR OF MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY AND


GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY
The Bachelor of Medical Sonography and Graduate Diploma of
Medical Sonography is a unique four-year combined bachelors
degree and postgraduate diploma course designed to develop
your clinical skills. Your training incorporates extensive clinical
experience, allowing you to apply your skills and knowledge in
a real-life environment. The course is taught in state-of-the-art,
purpose-built environments using the latest digital technology
and simulated learning clinics to ensure you graduate work
ready. On completion you will be recognised as a high-calibre
practitioner and accredited sonographer. You will be ready to
perform all the major types of ultrasound examinations.

FITNESS AND SPORT


SCIENCES COURSES
Exercise and Sport Sciences
The exercise and sport sciences industry focuses on
human movement as it applies to human fitness, elite
performance, family and community health, lifestyle
management and personal health. Employment
opportunities exist in regional and state sporting
organisations, corporate health and fitness, government
agencies associated with exercise, sport, physical
activity and health, sports institutes and academies,
professional sports training, coaching and development,
strength and conditioning, rehabilitation clinics and
hospitals, private business in personal training and
rehabilitation, and in universities and colleges with
involvement in education and research.

CG85 - BACHELOR OF EXERCISE AND


SPORTSCIENCES

If youre a qualified healthcare professional this course


provides you with the opportunity to extend your field of
expertise to include the production and interpretation of a
specific range of diagnostic ultrasound images. Specialisation
options allow you to undertake postgraduate qualifications in
medical ultrasound within your field of expertise.

Study the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Sciences and


discover the diverse world of human movement a field
that applies to human fitness, elite performance, family
and community health, lifestyle management, occupational
health and safety and personal health. The course will equip
you with practical skills and give you the opportunity to
explore exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor control,
exercise and sport psychology and anatomy. You will have
the flexibility to pursue an area of interest, with your choice
of a minor from Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA)
Accreditation, physical education, occupational health and
safety, sport management or liberal studies.

CV83 - MASTER OF MEDICAL ULTRASOUND

CU90 - MASTER OF HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE

As a qualified medical sonographer or echocardiographer


the Master of Medical Ultrasound provides you with the
opportunity to undertake professional development in the form
of coursework. This course is a natural top-up qualification to
the Graduate Diploma of Medical Sonography or Graduate
Diploma of Echocardiography, enabling you to study areas of
advanced practice and/or specialisations. This practice includes
advanced communication, business and research, together
with such specialisations as advanced musculoskeletal scans,
paediatric ultrasound and foetal hearts.

Undertake world-class research at CQUniversity with the


Master of Human Movement Science. This is a two-year
course that involves supervised research focused on a
particular area of interest you have in exercise and sports
science. Your research will lead to the submission of a
thesis, which makes a significant original contribution to
knowledge in your area of research.

CH86 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN CLINICAL


ULTRASOUND (SPECIALISATION)

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Fitness
The fitness industry is a growing sector providing tools
for the community to develop healthy lifestyle practices.
Work includes planning, conducting and evaluating
exercise training. Careers in fitness include personal
trainer, exercise specialist and fitness instruction and
can involve working at gyms, fitness centres, pools,
community facilities and open spaces.

SIS30315 - CERTIFICATE III IN FITNESS


Study the Certificate III in Fitness and become a fully
qualified and effective gym instructor. You will develop the
skills required to become confident in a range of exercise
instructions and activities, allowing you to graduate work
ready. Your training will focus on providing you with
foundational knowledge so you are equipped to pursue
employment opportunities at a fitness centre or gym. You
will enjoy a rewarding career that comes from motivating
people to become fit and healthy.

SIS40215 - CERTIFICATE IV IN FITNESS


Open the doors to a rewarding and diverse career as a
personal trainer by completing the Certificate IV in Fitness.
While studying this practical course you will develop a
broad range of skills, enabling you to become an effective
professional within the fitness industry. Your training will
equip you to work independently in a range of fitness
settings such as gyms and community facilities. You will
gain the skills needed to become confident in assisting
clients to achieve their fitness goals.

NURSING AND
MIDWIFERYCOURSES
Midwifery
Midwifery is a specialised field of nursing required
in a variety of public or private health care settings,
maternity and neonatal care settings, academia/
teaching, research, rural and remote health and aid
organisations. Our courses will give you the theoretical,
practical and research knowledge required to be a
competent and effective midwifery professional.

CK30 - BACHELOR OF MIDWIFERY


(GRADUATEENTRY)
Designed as an educational pathway for registered nurses,
the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) will enable you
to apply for registration as a midwife with the Australian
Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). The course
provides you with an opportunity to gain a midwifery
qualification, which will equip you with necessary skills and
knowledge in the areas of antenatal, childbirth and postnatal
care. This course uses use innovative teaching strategies
that meet Australian standards. As a CQUniversity midwifery
student, you will benefit from a mix of practical experience
and theoretical knowledge.

Nursing involves the assistance and provision of care


in hospitals, aged care facilities, community facilities
and other settings. The study of nursing may explore a
range of topics such as health assessments and patient
health, observation, measurement and recording of
patient conditions, attending to patients, assisting with
emergency situations, wound care and rehabilitation
activities. CQUniversity has a nursing study option for
both career entry as well as career development.

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HEALTH

Nursing

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

If you are an international student who has a Bachelor of


Nursing degree which is not deemed to be equivalent to an
Australia university qualification, or if you have completed a
domestic or international non nursing bachelors degree, this
course is a pathway for you to obtain an Australian nursing
qualification. This accelerated program consists of 12 units to
be completed over five terms and will provide you with the
theoretical, practical and research knowledge required to be a
competent and effective registered nurse.

CH79 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN NURSING


(RE-ENTRY)
HLT51612 - DIPLOMA OF NURSING
(ENROLLED-DIVISION 2 NURSING)
Completion of the Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled-Division 2
Nursing) enables you to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery
Board of Australia in accordance with the Australian Health
Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for registration as
an Enrolled Nurse. Within this course there are mandatory
on-and off-the-job training components. On-the-job
training is a clinical placement. This placement is unpaid
work experience undertaken at a set time at the end of
each semester at a relevant health facility. Off-the-job
training is the theoretical component of this course. Further
study opportunities include the Bachelor of Nursing at
CQUniversity. You may receive credit within this degree
following successful completion of the Diploma of Nursing
(Enrolled-Division 2 Nursing).

CQ23 - BACHELOR OF NURSING


The Bachelor of Nursing provides you with the theoretical,
practical and research knowledge required to become a
competent and effective Registered Nurse. On completion
of the Bachelor of Nursing you will be eligible to apply for
registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) General with
the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.Your education
and training will incorporate a combination of online interactive
learning, face-to-face teaching and clinical placements to
ensure you graduate highly employable and work ready. You
will have access to fully equipped laboratories replicating a
real hospital ward, develop a broad range of skills and learn
from a team of experienced educators.

If you are a registered nurse whose registration has lapsed


(for a period of five years, but not greater than 10 years),
this course will enable you to regain your full registration
while also assisting you to build your skills and experience,
enhancing your career prospects.

CH80 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN HOSPITAL AND


HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Certificate in Hospital and Health Services
Management is designed to meet the needs of current
and up-coming managers in middle to senior management
positions in a complex and dynamic health environment. This
course will equip you with the knowledge and practical tools
to manage a health program within the Australian health care
setting. Our direct workplace links will help you develop an
ability to apply your knowledge in a practical manner across
multidisciplinary health settings.

CC69 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF MENTAL


HEALTHNURSING
If you are a Registered Nurse looking to develop your career
then this course will be of interest to you. The Graduate
Diploma of Mental Health Nursing will prepare you at the
professional level of clinical practice to apply advanced
knowledge and skills in mental health nursing across a range
of mental health practice settings. Upon completion of this
eight-unit course and 200 hours of clinical supervision, you will
be eligible to apply to the Australian College of Mental Health
Nurses to become a credentialed Mental Health Nurse.

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CG95 - BACHELOR OF PARAMEDIC SCIENCE

PARAMEDICINE COURSES
Paramedic Science
Paramedics provide pre-hospital emergency care,
treatment and specialised transport for patients. They
are often the first response health care provider to
incidents like motor vehicle accidents and medical
emergencies. They work closely with members of other
emergency services such as firefighters, police and the
state emergency services.

HLT51015 - DIPLOMA OF PARAMEDICAL SCIENCE


The Diploma of Paramedical Science can assist you in
gaining employment as an ambulance officer, ambulance
paramedic or ambulance transport attendant. This
course will help you develop the skills to conduct clinical
assessments, deliver clinical care and to communicate in
complex or difficult situations. On completion you will be
prepared to work for state ambulance authorities as well as
non-emergency transport companies, providing emergency
and non-emergency client care and transport services.

CC30 - BACHELOR OF PARAMEDIC SCIENCE


(PREHOSPITAL CARE)
Designed for those currently employed in the ambulance
service, this course will provide you with an opportunity to
advance your clinical knowledge and skills, whilst also updating
your current Diploma of Paramedic Science qualification. The
Bachelor of Paramedic Science (Prehospital Care) provides
a distinct pathway for current ambulance service employees
to advance their clinical knowledge and skills by gaining an
understanding of disease processes. In addition, your training
will also place importance on enhancing clinical skills through
the most up-to-date high fidelity simulation equipment.

The Bachelor of Paramedic Science at CQUniversity


is designed to equip you with the skills to become a
paramedic. You will develop foundational knowledge in
science and human body systems, as well as study and
research skills and paramedic practise. In addition, your
training will focus on disease processes and emergency
treatment, and include practical placements in paramedic
care, enabling you to graduate work ready and be highly
sought after byemployers.

CC70 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF PARAMEDIC


SCIENCE (CRITICAL CARE)
This course allows you to operate in the increasingly
complex environment faced by paramedics on a daily
basis. This career development course will suit if you are
currently an intensive care paramedic or hold a previous
Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification and
wish to deepen your knowledge. Alternatively, if you are
an advanced care paramedic wanting to practice as a
critical care paramedic (or state equivalent) this qualification
provides a pathway for you to do so.

CH87 - MASTER OF PARAMEDIC SCIENCE


(PARAMEDIC PRACTITIONER)
Designed to meet industry needs, the Master of Paramedic
Science (Paramedic Practitioner) will equip you to take on
the leadership role of a paramedic practitioner who can
provide essential services in the critical care or aeromedical
setting and also in the non-emergency, out-of-hospital, low
acuity or primary health settings.

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PUBLIC HEALTH AND


EMERGENCY SERVICE COURSES
Emergency Service
Emergency service workers include firefighters,
paramedics, police and others called to scenes of crisis or
crime. Emergency service workers provide assistance to
those individuals at the scene and work to reduce risk to
property and the community.

CC60 - BACHELOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICE


The Bachelor of Emergency Service is relevant if you work
in emergency services, have successfully completed a
relevant Vocational Education and Training (VET) emergency
service qualification and wish to deepen your professional
knowledge. Credit will be given for your completion of a
diploma or advanced diploma. Your degree studies will
include core units supported by the option of selecting
contextual minor study areas in safety science, community
safety or management, which will prepare you for specialist
roles in your emergency service career.

CC27 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EMERGENCY


AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster
Management recognises the changing nature of emergency
and disaster management in Australia and the important role
research and evidence-based practice plays in underpinning
contemporary perspectives and approaches. During this
course you will draw on the interdisciplinary nature of
emergency and disaster management to explore current and
emerging trends and national and international approaches,
as well as the key concepts and perspectives that underpin
contemporary practice. This course may suit you if you work
in emergency service agencies or private, government,
non-government and community-based organisations that
play a role in emergency and disaster management.

Environmental Health
Environmental health refers to a collection of disciplines
that share a common aim to prevent disease, promote
health and improve wellbeing among the population
as a whole rather than focusing on individuals. Career
opportunities exist in government departments, public
health systems, international aid organisations and other
non-profit organisations.

CC44 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH


(ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
The Associate Degree of Public Health (Environmental
Health) offers you the option to develop a broad
understanding of evidence-based strategies to address
existing, evolving and re-emerging health risks and achieve
higher standards of health and wellbeing. This course
represents the first two years of the Bachelor of Public
Health and provides a foundation of generalised public policy
theory and then specialised study in environmental health.
Upon completion of the course you can continue your safety
studies by enrolling in the Bachelor of Public Health and
receive credit for units completed.

CC59 - BACHELOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH


(ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
Develop broad skills and knowledge in public health and
specialised expertise in environmental health by completing
the three-year Bachelor of Public Health (Environmental
Health) at CQUniversity. Environmental health is
concerned with the promotion of good health, hygiene
and environmental practices and is critical to the health
and wellbeing of the community. Environmental health
officers develop, regulate and enforce laws and regulations
governing public health, building and environmental
management. There is also the option to study electives
in health promotion, occupational health and safety,
environmental science, Indigenous studies or business to
complement your environmental health focus.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Health promotion involves enabling communities


and individuals to increase control over, and improve,
their health. This involves working in government
departments, public health systems, international aid
organisations and other non-profit organisations to
reduce inequalities in health care access and outcomes,
with a focus on preventative measures.

CC44 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH


(HEALTH PROMOTION)
The Associate Degree of Public Health (Health Promotion)
offers you the option to develop a broad understanding of
evidence-based strategies to address existing, evolving
and re-emerging health risks and achieve higher standards
of health and wellbeing. This course represents the first
two years of the Bachelor of Public Health and provides
a foundation of generalised public policy theory and a
specialisation in health promotion. Upon completion of the
course you can continue your safety studies by enrolling
in the Bachelor of Public Health and receive credit for
unitscompleted.

CC59 - BACHELOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH


(HEALTHPROMOTION)
Develop broad skills and knowledge in public health
and specialised expertise in environmental health by
completing the three-year Bachelor of Public Health (Health
Promotion) at CQUniversity. Health promotion is concerned
with equipping communities and individuals to increase
control over, and improve, their health. With a focus on
prevention, health promotion officers work in a variety of
settings including not-for profit organisations, government
departments, international aid organisations and public
health systems. There is also the option to study electives
in environmental health, occupational health and safety,
environmental science, Indigenous studies or business to
complement your health promotion focus.

HEALTH

Health Promotion

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AND DIGITAL MEDIA

DIGITAL MEDIA COURSES


Digital Media
Digital media refers to text, graphics, animation, audio
and video content that has been digitally encoded,
allowing it to be manipulated and rendered by
computers, and transmitted over computer networks.
Career opportunities in digital media include web
design, graphic design, publishing, photography,
illustration, animation, game and software development,
audio production, video production, film and television
post production, visual effects, advertising, marketing,
journalism and corporate communications.

CC25 - DIPLOMA OF DIGITAL MEDIA


Information Technology and Digital media qualifications
provide a growing wealth of opportunity in a field that is
at the forefront of future development. If youre drawn
to develop, create and innovate using digital mediums
our courses will build your skills and provide you with
the professional qualification you need to advance your
career in this sector.
Flexible course options in digital media allow you to
specialise in creative areas of interest including film,
photography, web development, game development
and graphic design while also providing the opportunity
to cultivate both technical and creative skills.
If youre intrigued by working in the more technical area
of information systems or information technology, our
courses provide the competence you need whether
youre looking to get started in the field or hone your
knowledge and skills to become an industry expert.

The Diploma of Digital Media will prepare you to work within


the digital media industries by providing practical skills and
relevant theory that can be applied in a variety of fields
associated with design, technology and media. Working
within multimedia computer laboratories and production
studios, you will learn how to create digital media works
using industry-standard software development tools and
techniques. This course will equip you with the skills to think
critically, solve problems, communicate effectively and work
independently in response to digital media project demands.

CC26 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF DIGITAL MEDIA


The Associate Degree of Digital Media will develop your
skills in the areas of design, technology and media, providing
you with employment opportunities in the high demand
digital media industries. The flexible structure of this course
allows you to pursue your desired specialisation in the areas
of graphic design, interactive media, video and animation,
journalism or a combination of these areas. On completion
of this course you may choose to further your skills with the
Bachelor of Digital Media.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Bachelor of Digital Media prepares you for a professional


career within the high-demand and highly collaborative
digital media industries. At the core of the course you
will learn practical skills and relevant theory that can be
applied to a variety of fields associated with design, digital
production, animation and media. The flexible structure of
the course allows you to focus on your interests and pursue
minors in graphic design, interactive media, video and
animation, journalism or a combination of these areas.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (DIGITAL MEDIA)


This course provides you with a multidisciplinary education
in a combination of humanities and social science disciplines
and a professional specialisation in Digital Media. Explore
disciplines that study how humans recognise, record and
debate human practices, meanings and values. This will
aid you in developing an understanding of both the human
condition and how society operates. There is a requirement
to study two majors selected from Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander studies, writing, geography and environmental
studies, history, liberal arts, literary and cultural studies or
social enquiry. Professional discipline study options involve
eight units focused on digital media.

CG04 - BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL


COMMUNICATION (DIGITAL MEDIA)
The Bachelor of Professional Communication, specialising in
Digital Media, is a multidisciplinary course that allows you to
combine the study of public relations and communications with
eight introductory and advanced technical units in digital media
production such as web design, video and audio, illustration and
visualisation and design perspectives.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COURSES
Aviation
Our aviation courses can provide you with the skills
needed to undertake a range of careers in the aviation,
aerospace and information technology industries. You
will gain a thorough understanding of the theories
and practices in aviation technology and explore the
associated ethical, legal and security issues in this
field. With options for practical flight training within our
courses, you may also choose to pursue testing for a
range of pilot licenses.

CG08 - DIPLOMA OF AVIATION THEORY


The Diploma of Aviation Theory provides you with an
introductory understanding of the theories and practices
involved in aviation technology. The course acts as a
pathway into the Associate Degree in Aviation Technology
or Bachelor of Aviation (Technology) and will prepare you for
employment opportunities with major airline organisations.
With additional flight training you may also become a
qualified civilian or defence force pilot.

CB83 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF AVIATION


If you want to pursue a career in aviation and aerospace
the Associate Degree in Aviation will provide you with the
skills and confidence to do just that. It also acts as a direct
pathway into the Bachelor of Aviation (Technology). Equip
yourself with an understanding of theories and practices
and explore associated ethical, legal and security issues. On
completion, you will have the theoretical knowledge required
to undertake the testing for a pilot licence. You will also be
introduced to recreational flying and complete 20 hours of
flight training, helping you to develop a strong understanding
of the practical elements of the aviation theory delivered
throughout this course.

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CC24 - BACHELOR OF DIGITAL MEDIA

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CU51 - BACHELOR OF AVIATION (TECHNOLOGY)

CC53 - MASTER OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS

The Bachelor of Aviation (Technology) will prepare you for a


range of management and operational careers in the aviation,
aerospace and Information Technology (IT) industries.During
this course you will study aviation topics such as
aerodynamics, aircraft systems and meteorology; develop
an understanding of engineering such as engines, turbo
and supercharging, and propeller systems; and build skills in
IT and business management, making you a well-rounded
graduate. With additional flight training you may also choose
to become a qualified civilian or defence force pilot.

If you have a bachelors degree in any discipline or have


graduated from the CQUniversity Graduate Diploma of
Information Systems, then this course may be for you.
The 16-unit Master of Information Systems allows you to
develop your business analysis and project management
skills. Credit is given for units completed within the
CQUniversity Graduate Diploma of Information Systems.

Information Systems
Information systems focuses on the use of technology
and the creation, storage, manipulation and
dissemination of information. Information systems are
integral to helping organisations improve productivity
and achieve performance objectives. CQUniversity has a
number of options for studying information systems at a
postgraduate level.

CC29 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


INFORMATIONSYSTEMS
If you are looking to expand your professional knowledge
and skills in information systems, then this course may be
for you. This course is also suitable if you have experience in
information systems but no formal qualification, have a degree
in an unrelated discipline, or want to refresh your knowledge
and skills. You will cover programming, information systems
analysis and project management and professional skills. This
four-unit course is the first of three postgraduate information
systems courses and is the ideal pathway for entry into the
Graduate Diploma of Information Systems.

CC47 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


INFORMATIONSYSTEMS
The Graduate Diploma of Information Systems is an
eight-unit course that builds on the foundation developed
during the graduate certificate. Databases, information and
communications technologies management, e-business,
networks and web design are some of the additional topics
that are available in this course. On completion of the course
you may wish to continue your information systems studies
by continuing on to the Master of Information Systems and
receive credit for units studied so far.

Information Technology
Information Technology (IT) is the study of
computer-based information systems. IT is a combination
of tools, processes and methodologies that are used to
collect, process and present information. IT is concerned
with computer science, networks programming and
software design, databases and the Internet.

ICT10115 - CERTIFICATE I IN INFORMATION, DIGITAL


MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY
The Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology
enables you to take your first step towards digital literacy.
The course will provide you with the necessary skills and
knowledge required to perform basic tasks using a computer
and a range of software and devices. On completion of the
Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology you
will have skills that are useful in many occupations and may
provide a pathway for you to progress into further study such as
the Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology.

ICT20115 - CERTIFICATE II IN INFORMATION,


DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY
This course will build on the foundation developed in the
Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology.
You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge required
to work effectively in an environment that utilises standard
IT systems. During this course you will develop basic IT
skills and gain experience in Microsoft Office applications
including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. You will
also learn skills in multimedia, social media, computer
maintenance and security. Upon completion, you may
choose to further your study with a certificate III in this area.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

CG99 - BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


(CO-OP)

If you are pursuing self-sufficiency as an advanced


Information and Communications Technology (ICT) user or
wanting to progress to higher-level IT qualifications then
this course could be for you. This course builds on the
CertificateII in Information, Digital Media and Technology
and will provide you with the skills required to perform
introductory ICT technical functions and support information
activities. You will develop a variety of IT skills, including the
skills required to be an efficient IT technical support or help
desk officer.

The Bachelor of Information Technology (Co-op) allows you


to benefit from real-world experiences through project-based
learning and a six-month paid work placement. Tailor
your studies through your choice of major in application
development, business analysis or network security. The
application development major prepares you for a career in
the development of web and mobile application functionality.
The Business Analysis major will help provide you with
the ability to identify, define and design a solution to solve
business problems. The Network Security major focuses
on the technologies that are used to create and secure the
networks that connect us. On completion, you will be ready
to enter the ICT industry.

ICT50115 - DIPLOMA OF
INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY
If you are interested in using a wide range of Information
and Communication Technologies (ICT) and gaining
employment in small to medium enterprises, the Diploma of
Information Technology could be for you. During the course
you will develop skills in ICT areas such as networking,
IT support, database development, programming and
webdevelopment.

CG36 - DIPLOMA OF INFORMATION AND


COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
The Diploma of Information Technology combines
theoretical and practical approaches, providing you with the
confidence to pursue a career in this growth industry. Topics
such as programming fundamentals, systems analysis,
networked infrastructures and database design are some
of the content covered in this course. The eight-unit course
is the equivalent of one year of the Bachelor of Information
Technology and provides an entry pathway into that course
should you be interested in further study.

CA99 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF


INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY
The Associate Degree of Information Technology will provide
you with a solid grounding in IT. This course represents the
first two years of the Bachelor of Information Technology.
You will complete eight core units and have the ability to
select four electives. Upon completion of the course you
can continue your IT studies by enrolling in the Bachelor of
Information Technology where you will receive credit for
units completed.

CQ18 - BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


The Bachelor of Information Technology provides you
with the opportunity to become a skilled and work-ready
professional in the ICT industry. You have the choice to
major in application development, business analysis or
network security. The application development major
prepares you for a career in the development of web and
mobile application functionality. The business analysis
major will help provide you with the ability to identify, define
and design a solution to solve business problems. The
network security major focuses on the technologies that
are used to create and secure the networks that connect
us. On completion of the course you may be eligible for
membership with the Australian Computer Society at a
professional level.

CC28 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY
If you are looking to expand your professional knowledge
and skills in IT then this course could be for you. You may
have a degree in another discipline or it may have been
some time since you graduated with your undergraduate IT
degree and you want to update your skills. This course will
also suit if you have strong experience in IT but no formal
qualification. You will study programming, information
systems analysis and design, ICT management and
project management. This four-unit course is the first of
three postgraduate IT courses. CQUniversitys Graduate
Certificate in Information Technology is the ideal pathway
into the Graduate Diploma of Information Technology.

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ICT30115 - CERTIFICATE III IN INFORMATION,


DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY

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CC46 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY

Project Management

The Graduate Diploma of Information Technology is an


eight-unit course that builds on the foundation developed
during the graduate certificate. Professional skills,
databases, data structure, networks and web design are
the additional topics that are available in this course. On
completion of the course you may wish to continue your
IT studies by continuing on to the Master of Information
Technology and receive credit for units studied so far.

Project management involves planning, coordinating,


organising and managing project resources, timelines,
procedures and processes on a daily basis to achieve
set objectives and targets. The analysis of data and
information is key to the field of project management
along with motivating staff, managing stakeholders such
as contractors, and reporting on outcomes.

CC54 - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


This course is suitable if you have a bachelors degree in any
discipline or have graduated from the CQUniversity Graduate
Diploma of Information Technology. The 16-unit Master of
Information Technology allows you to specialise in either
software design and development, network and information
security or mobile application development. Credit is given
for units completed within the CQUniversity Graduate
Diploma of Information Technology.

CD60 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (BUSINESS


ANDINFORMATICS
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in information technology and related disciplines.
Your research will lead to the submission of a thesis, which
makes a significant original contribution to knowledge.
This contribution can be in the form of new knowledge
or significant and original adaptation, application and
interpretation of existing knowledge.

BSB41515 - CERTIFICATE IV IN PROJECT


MANAGEMENT PRACTICE
If you are working in a support role in project fields or would
like to acquire knowledge of the fundamentals of project
management this course may be for you. This course will equip
you with the project management skills that are fast becoming
essential for all managers and project support staff. You
will explore ways to apply project management techniques,
contribute to defining project scope, manage project schedules
and costs, ensure quality management and much more.

BSB51415 - DIPLOMA OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Build upon your existing project management skills and
enhance your employability with the Diploma of Project
Management. You will develop the practical skills needed
to effectively manage all aspects of a project from start to
finish. This course has a strong focus on project integration
and leadership, ensuring you are equipped to achieve
project objectives. If you have existing project management
skills and would like to take the next step and pursue a
management role, then this course may be for you.

CC33 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


PROJECTMANAGEMENT
This course is suitable if you have a bachelors degree and
are looking to develop your project management credentials.
It is also a contextual study pathway if you have Vocational
Education and Training (VET) qualifications in project
management combined with relevant industry experience
or if you have significant industry experience but no formal
qualifications. The four-unit course includes case studies
and practical material to illustrate how the concepts of
project management meet industry needs. It also adopts a
methodological approach to the application of project processes
and highlights the integration of different frameworks to
aproject.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

This course provides you with the opportunity to extend your


understanding of project management by establishing a deep
foundational knowledge base of the theoretical principles,
as well as the practical application, of project management.
The course explores the principles of project management
as based on recognised international standards, guidelines
and frameworks. Project management is examined from a
technical skills, human skills and systemsperspective.

CV84 - MASTER OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


This course provides an opportunity for you to extend your
knowledge through both coursework and research into project
management. The conclusion of the course is a research
project that can be based on either your workplace or issues
that are important to the general project management
profession. All the course materials have been aligned to the
Project Management Institute (PMI) global standards and core
bodies of knowledge.

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CV81 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


PROJECTMANAGEMENT

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AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

COMMUNITY SERVICES
COURSES
Aged Care
Aged care involves providing support and care for
the ageing population. Career opportunities exist in
both the public and private sector including within
residentialfacilities.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (AGEING)

Being part of a thriving community is a powerful thing


and being able to contribute positively to your community
in your career is extremely satisfying. Our psychology,
social work and community services courses provide you
with the tools you need if you want to help others and
inspire positive change in your community.
If youre intrigued by human behaviour, our psychology
courses can give you the insight youre after
whether youre looking for foundational knowledge
to enhance your career, or you want to become an
accreditedpsychologist.
If you have an interest in empowering individuals,
families, groups, organisations, neighbourhoods, and
communities to address social exclusion and social
injustice, our social work course can help you to
helpothers.
Equally rewarding are options in aged care, disability and
health care where our courses are closely linked with
practical field experience meaning youll graduate work
ready and prepared for further study options.

This course provides you with the foundation needed to


pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC43015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN AGEING SUPPORT


The Certificate IV in Ageing Support gives you the skills
needed to perform specialised tasks and functions in aged
services, either in residential, home or community based
environments. Youll become equipped with the skills to
provide quality service through the development, facilitation
and review of individualised service planning and delivery.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Disability

The study of community care focuses on the skills and


knowledge needed to assist and encourage community
groups and individuals to participate in activities and
programs. Planning, development, maintenance and
evaluation of community resources, courses, activities
and networks are key elements to community services.
Career options include case worker, health education
officer, welfare worker, home care worker, community
development worker and support worker.

The study of disability care focuses on the provision of


training and support to people with disabilities, enhancing
their ability to achieve greater levels of independence,
self-reliance and community involvement. You will be
able to work in community organisations, clients homes,
residential homes, day respite centres, employment
services and outreach services.

CHC32015 - CERTIFICATE III IN


COMMUNITYSERVICES
The Certificate III in Community Services provides the ideal
pathway to start your career in the community services
sector. The course is designed to provide you with the
skills and confidence to provide support to both individuals
and groups and make a real difference in your community.
You will gain the skills to provide day-to-day support
to individuals in community settings or to support the
implementation of specific community-based programs.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE - HACC)
This course provides you with the foundation needed to
pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC42015 - CERTIFICATE IV IN
COMMUNITYSERVICES
If youre seeking a career that allows you to make a
difference in the lives of others then the Certificate IV in
Community Services Work may be for you. This course
equips you with the knowledge and skills required to be an
effective support and case worker. You will learn how to
design and deliver programs as well as to provide support,
advocacy or intervention methods to individuals and groups.

CHC33015 - CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL


SUPPORT (DISABILITY)
This course provides you with the foundation needed to
pursue a career in a community or residential setting and
provide person-centred care to those needing support due to
ageing, disability or for other reasons. You will be equipped
with factual, technical and procedural knowledge as well as
practical experience in providing person-centred care.

CHC43115 - CERTIFICATE IV IN DISABILITY


The Certificate IV in Disability equips you with the skills
required to support and enable people with disabilities
to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance,
community participation and wellbeing. On completion of
this course you will be prepared to pursue employment in
roles without direct supervision and where you are required
to supervise and coordinate other workers.

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Emergency Service

Health Care

Emergency service workers include firefighters,


paramedics, police and others called to scenes of crisis
or crime. Emergency service workers provide assistance
to those individuals at the scene and work to reduce risk
to property and the community.

Health care involves promoting, preventing, diagnosing,


treating and assisting individuals and communities with
their physical and mental health and wellbeing. The
study of health care may cover areas such as allied
health, nursing, Indigenous health and health support
services. You may also explore the health care industry,
systems, administration and regulation, support services
and health care delivery.

CC60 - BACHELOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICE


The Bachelor of Emergency Service is relevant if you work
in emergency services, have successfully completed a
relevant Vocational Education and Training (VET) emergency
service qualification and wish to deepen your professional
knowledge. Credit will be given for your completion of a
diploma or advanced diploma. Your degree studies will
include core units supported by the option of selecting
contextual minor study areas in Safety Science, Community
Safety or Management, which will prepare you for specialist
roles in your emergency service career.

CC27 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EMERGENCY


AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster
Management recognises the changing nature of emergency
and disaster management in Australia and the important role
research and evidence-based practice plays in underpinning
contemporary perspectives and approaches. During this
course you will draw on the interdisciplinary nature of
emergency and disaster management to explore current and
emerging trends and national and international approaches,
as well as the key concepts and perspectives that underpin
contemporary practice. This course may suit you if you work
in emergency service agencies or private, government,
non-government and community-based organisations that
play a role in emergency and disaster management.

HLT33115 - CERTIFICATE III IN HEALTH


SERVICESASSISTANCE
This course will help you start your career as an assistant
health professional. While studying this varied course you
will gain underpinning knowledge enabling you to assist
professional health care workers such as nursing staff and
ward clerks to provide care for clients. Your training will focus
on developing skills so that you can confidently work directly
with clients on a daily basis.

CHC43415 - CERTIFICATE IV IN LEISURE


ANDHEALTH
Equip yourself with a broad range of skills and enhance your
employability within community care settings by studying the
Certificate IV in Leisure and Health. Your studies will focus on
developing skills to effectively design, implement and evaluate
leisure and health activities and programs for clients in a
variety of settings. You will graduate work ready and capable
of delivering recreational and leisure activities and therapy in
residential facilities, community agencies and day care centres.

Indigenous Health
Indigenous health involves the care of individuals, families
and communities. Roles in this area will work with
patients to assist with the coordination and provision of
health care in Indigenous communities and clinics.

HLT30113 - CERTIFICATE III IN ABORIGINAL AND/OR


TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
If you want to pursue a career that allows you to care for
others and make a difference in your community, this course
may be for you. The course provides you with introductory
skills and knowledge required to provide health care services
to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Dementia Studies
Dementia care involves providing professional care to
people with dementia and their significant others. If
youre currently working in the healthcare or welfare
sector or wish to obtain specialised skills and insight
to provide care to clients with dementia, our dementia
studies courses will suit you. This rewarding field of
study can help you progress your career in health care
services working in private or public hospitals, aged
care services and centres or health promotion and
careorganisations.

CV73 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


DEMENTIASTUDIES
The Graduate Certificate in Dementia Studies focuses on
issues surrounding dementia. It provides an introduction to
dementia care concepts that can be immediately applied in
practical situations when caring for a person with dementia and
their significant others. It also provides insights into the impact
of dementia nationally and globally, ensuring that you graduate
with the knowledge and skills to apply a holistic approach to the
care of people with dementia, regardless of the community in
which they reside.

CV78 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


DEMENTIASTUDIES
The Graduate Diploma of Dementia Studies examines
complex dementia care concepts that can be immediately
applied in practical situations when caring for a person
with dementia and their significant others. It builds on
the body of work delivered in the Graduate Certificate in
DementiaStudies.

Domestic and Family


Violence Studies
A career in domestic and family violence prevention
allows you to positively contribute to change in your
community. Our courses equip you with advanced
industry-related knowledge, skills and competencies
to respond to domestic and family violence. The
knowledge and skills you will gain through completing
our courses are transferable across a wide range of
professions and occupations in the public, private
and not-for-profit sectors, where workers respond to
domestic and family violence.

CH81 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FACILITATING


MENS BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
This course is designed to help you build the skills needed
to work with male perpetrators of domestic and family
violence. The course is delivered within the Queensland
Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research and
allows graduates to develop industry-related knowledge,
skills and competencies to work with users of domestic and
family violence to effect change.

CV74 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DOMESTIC AND


FAMILY VIOLENCE PRACTICE
The Graduate Certificate in Domestic and Family Violence
Practice enables you to develop specialised industry-related
knowledge and skills to respond to domestic and family
violence. Key practice areas in relation to domestic and family
violence are reflected in course electives covering child
safety, mens behaviour change and working with victims
and survivors. The knowledge and skills you will gain by
completing this course are transferable across a wide range
of professions and occupations where workers encounter
domestic and family violence.

CV79 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF DOMESTIC AND


FAMILY VIOLENCE PRACTICE
The Graduate Diploma of Domestic and Family Violence
Practice provides the opportunity for you to develop advanced
industry-related knowledge, skills and competencies to
respond to domestic and family violence. You will be able
to enhance your learning in key specialist practice areas in
relation to domestic and family violence. Units related to
responding to victims and perpetrators, and leadership and
management are available to you in this course.

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Healthy Ageing Studies


The requirement for the provision of quality care to an
ageing population is rapidly growing, providing an increasing
need for health professionals with skills in this area. You will
develop skills and understanding in the areas of preventable
diseases, health promotion and active ageing enhancing
your ability to provide holistic care to your clients and
community. Our healthy ageing courses will equip you for
a career that involves working with the ageing population
which may include roles such as council planning positions,
education providers, administration workers, tourism
workers and health care or welfare workers.

CV75 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


HEALTHYAGEING
The Graduate Certificate in Healthy Ageing will provide
you with the opportunity to obtain a qualification in healthy
ageing, enabling you to venture into the rapidly growing
market for health services that provide quality care to the
ageing population. You will focus on healthy ageing concepts
such as preventable diseases, health promotion and active
ageing to ensure that you graduate with the knowledge and
skills to apply a holistic approach to the care of your clients
andcommunity.

CV80 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF HEALTHY AGEING


The Graduate Diploma of Healthy Ageing focuses on issues
surrounding healthy ageing. It examines complex concepts
that can be immediately applied in practical situations when
caring for anyone who is interested in healthy ageing. It
encourages critical investigation into the impact of the rapidly
expanding ageing population nationally and globally and
ensures that you graduate with advanced knowledge and
skills to apply a holistic approach to the care of ageing people,
regardless of the community in which they reside.

PSYCHOLOGY COURSES
Psychology
If you have an inquisitive mind, enjoy working with people
and want diversity in your job, then a career in psychology
could be for you. Psychology is the study of human
behaviour and the factors that influence and shape it.
Not everyone with a psychology degree goes on to work
as a psychologist. People with a psychology degree are
employed in a wide and diverse range of areas including
management, industry, clinical work, counselling,
neuropsychology, child development, education, forensic,
health and coaching. In order to use the title psychologist,
you must first complete six years of accredited education
and training. CQUniversity has the study pathway to
achieve this professional qualification, as well as provide
generalist knowledge in the discipline of psychology.

CC43 - BACHELOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE


This course provides you with a comprehensive overview of
psychology. On completion, you will have a broad knowledge of
psychology and its applications including theoretical perspectives
within the discipline. After completing this three-year course you
can decide to continue your studies by enrolling in the Bachelor
of Psychological Science (Honours) course, which will progress
you along the study pathway to registration as a psychologist.
Alternatively, you can graduate with a qualification that is
universally acknowledged as an indication of competence and
achievement in understanding human thought and behaviour, and
accredited by the Australian Psychology AccreditationCouncil.

CC42 - BACHELOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE


(HONOURS)
This course is suitable if you have completed an accredited
three-year course in psychology, such as the Bachelor of
Psychological Science at CQUniversity, and wish to complete
an accredited fourth year of study to become eligible for
provisional registration as a psychologist in Australia. The
course introduces you to applied and professional uses of
psychology. You will learn about professional ethics and
develop an appreciation for the social and cultural contexts
of psychological research and professional practice. Upon
completion, you may wish to continue on to the Master
of Clinical Psychology and study the fifth and sixth year of
education required for registration as a psychologist.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Equip yourself with a range of theoretical perspectives and


enhance your knowledge in the discipline of psychology by
completing this course. If you have completed a degree in
another field and wish to pursue a career in psychology this
course may be for you. This is a three-year course, however
you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning, in which
case you will only be required to complete a number of core
psychology units. Completing this course may make you
eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Psychological Science
(Honours) which will progress you along the study pathway
to registration as a psychologist. The Bachelor of Science
(Psychology) is nationally accredited by the Australian
Psychology Accreditation Council.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (PSYCHOLOGY)


The Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) provides you with an
education in a combination of humanities and social science
disciplines and a professional specialisation in psychology. In
contrast to the Bachelor of Psychology, this program places
less emphasis on statistical and research methods and
more emphasis on an understanding of human thought and
behaviour from both theoretical and practical perspectives.
If you wish to complete the psychology specialisation you
will complete eight psychology courses plus two majors
selected from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literary and cultural studies or sociology.

CH84 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


POSITIVEPSYCHOLOGY
This is a four-unit course design to equip you to develop
and implement positive interventions aimed at improving
the mental health of the population in a variety of contexts.
The applied nature of the course will enhance your career
prospects and employability by helping you to use positive
psychology principles learned during the course within
existing or future professional settings.

CG17 - MASTER OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY


This course is a fifth and sixth year psychology coursethat,
upon completion, allows you to apply for registration asa
generalist psychologist and enrolment in the relevant
registrar courses forendorsement as a clinical psychologist.
Completionof this course provides you with the opportunity
formembership with the Australian Psychological
Society (APS). The Master of Clinical Psychology is an
intensive two-year course currently offered on-campus
at CQUniversity Rockhampton North. The first year of
the course is centred around the Universitys psychology
clinic. In thesecond year of the course you extend your
clinicalpractice skills with two externalplacements.

SOCIAL WORK COURSES


Social Work
Social work is a profession committed to social justice
and respect for human rights. Social workers provide
a range of services including counselling, group work,
mediation, advocacy, social support, legal reports, crisis
intervention and referral advice. They also contribute to
policy development and advise governments on specific
welfare issues and as such can influence how services
are delivered and how society responds to social issues.

CC48 - BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK (HONOURS)


Complete the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) and
become a professionally qualified social worker that has
fulfilled the practice standards of the Australian Association
of Social Workers (AASW) and is eligible for membership
with the AASW. The Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)
is integrated into a four-year course, with the final year of
the course focussing on research knowledge and project
requirements for social work scholarship and advanced
practice skills and knowledge. You will gain knowledge of
social work theory, utilise technical skills to design and use
research in a project in your final year and develop skills in
research design and methods.

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ENVIRONMENT

SCIENCE COURSES
Agriculture
Studying agriculture involves learning about the practice
of farming such as cultivating soil, growing crops and
rearing livestock to produce foods and fibres. These
products help sustain communities and enhance the life
we live.

CV85 - BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE

Take your passion for science in areas such as the


environment or agriculture to the next step and choose to
study one of our science and environment courses which
provide you with the skills and knowledge to pursue a
career in your area of interest.
Our science and environment courses, are designed
to reflect the latest developments in industry practices
and provide you the opportunity to tailor your studies to
suit your interests, allowing you to specialise in the area
closest to yourheart.
Benefit from practical experiences such as field trips
and laboratory sessions built in to many of our courses,
allowing you to put theory into practice and graduate
work ready.

This course provides you with the opportunity to study


agriculture, with a focus on discipline areas such as animal
and plant production, business, science and future business
and production development capabilities. You complete an
embedded diploma in first year, with honours offered in year
four. The course also provides you with the opportunity to
apply your knowledge and skills via industry placements
throughout the course.

CV90 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PERMACULTURE


The Graduate Certificate in Permaculture Design provides
practical responses to the growing global need to adapt
sustainably to social and environmental changes. This course
consists of four units and will provide you with an introduction
to permaculture. You will experience the integrated study of
sustainable food production, building design, engineering,
resource management and social, cultural and legal systems.
Developed in response to the recognised need for sustainable
food production, the course reflects the emergence of
permaculture as an integrated professional discipline.

CH85 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


PERMACULTUREDESIGN
The Graduate Diploma of Permaculture Design will enable you
to develop advanced skills in various professional disciplines.
This course will equip you to apply advanced practices and
principles of permaculture to your discipline or profession,
or to pursue a career pathway into professional practice as a
permaculture designer, consultant or educator.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Horticulture

Environmental scientists measure and record features of


the environment and study, assess and develop methods
of controlling or minimising the harmful effects of
human activity on the environment. Career opportunities
exist with public and private sectors for example local
catchment authorities, the Commonwealth Scientific
and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), state and
federal government departments involved in natural
resource management and environmental protection,
the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA),
environmental consulting firms, local councils and
miningcompanies.

The study of horticulture involves the identification


of different plants and soil types, site assessments
to correct deficiencies in soil, the preparation and
maintenance of growing sites, weeds, pests and
diseases that may affect plants, plant support and
protection and more. In addition, the field of horticulture
typically extends to include paving projects, stone, metal
or water structures and features, retaining walls and
other elements that you see in private or public gardens,
parks, playing fields or even golfcourses.

AHC20410 - CERTIFICATE II IN HORTICULTURE


CA42 - BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
If you want to play a key role in environmental monitoring,
management and ecologically sustainable development the
Bachelor of Environmental Science will equip you with the
knowledge and skills to turn your passion into a career. You
will benefit from a combination of theoretical and practical
work, including hands-on laboratory sessions and field
work. You also have the opportunity to tailor your course
to an area of interest by choosing a minor in environmental
geography, land management, occupational health and safety
or watermanagement.

If youre a budding horticulturist then the Certificate II in


Horticulture may be for you. Throughout this course youll
learn how to identify plants and soil types. You will also
learn about potting and pruning, customer service and
communication helping you gain a solid grounding in your
career. This course underpins a range of work functions and
job roles that can lead to a horticultural trade qualification.

AHC30710 - CERTIFICATE III IN HORTICULTURE


If you have a green thumb and enjoy working outdoors
then you may be interested in studying the Certificate
III in Horticulture. This course provides you with general
knowledge and skills in amenity horticulture. Amenity
horticulture generally focuses on the care and growth of
plants for recreational or ornamental purposes. This course
may lead to roles such as horticulture worker, horticulture
assistant orgardener.

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Laboratory Operations

Science

Laboratory operations involves the collection and


preparation of samples, coordination of experiments,
taking measurements using scientific equipment, and
the recording and analysing of results. Roles may be
available in laboratories, production lines or in the field.

Science is a vastly broad field with many different areas


of specialisations including environmental science,
agricultural science, medical science, biological science,
biotechnology, food research and industrial science.
Scientists are highly sought after for both their technical
skills, such as being able to conduct laboratory tests or
field-work assignments, and transferable skills such as
problem solving and critical thinking.

MSL20109 - CERTIFICATE II IN SAMPLING


ANDMEASURING
This course offers entry-level training for sampling and
measurement skills applied across a range of industries. You
will develop skills and knowledge in sampling and measuring
within the construction, manufacturing, resources and
environmental industry sectors for laboratory, production or
field operations.

MSL30109 - CERTIFICATE III IN LABORATORY SKILLS


The Certificate III in Laboratory Skills is designed to
provide you with the essential skills and knowledge to
work effectively in a laboratory. The course will provide
you with the underpinning knowledge to perform basic
laboratory analysis, maintain equipment, calibrate test
equipment and process and record data. The course also
covers communication and teamwork. This course offers
entry-level technical training in laboratory operations across
a range of industries.

MSL40109 - CERTIFICATE IV IN
LABORATORYTECHNIQUES
Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge required to
perform a range of laboratory techniques and conduct tests
and sampling across a variety of industries by completing
the Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques. You will learn
how to perform a wide range of sampling and testing, as
well as apply technical skills and scientific knowledge. You
will cover topics such as environmentally sustainable work
practices, laboratory and field workplace safety, planning and
conducting laboratory and field work, and processing and
interpreting data.

CU18 - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE


The first year of the Bachelor of Science will prepare you
to major in agricultural and food science, analytical and
molecular science or ecology and conservation biology
and will provide you with a foundation for a career in the
biological, analytical and agricultural sciences. You will
benefit from field trips to a variety of destinations including
coral reefs, intertidal and terrestrial ecosystems, main land
vegetation communities, agricultural enterprises, mine and
other land degradation sites and freshwater and estuarine
environments. You will also have the option to undertake
a work placement as part of your studies, allowing you to
network professionally while completing your course.

CG84 - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS)


If you have completed a relevant undergraduate degree or
equivalent, the Bachelor of Science (Honours) will enable
you to enhance your professional skills acquired in your
undergraduate degree. Such skills include problem analysis
and research, allowing you to study more rigorously the links
between theory and practice.

CA40 - MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE


The Master of Applied Science is a two year research higher
degree course. It involves supervised research and study in
a wide variety of scientific disciplines including agriculture,
biology, chemical sciences, earth sciences, horticulture
and viticulture, mathematical science and physics and
astronomy. Your study will lead to the submission of a
thesis, which makes a significant original contribution to
knowledge in your area of research.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four year course of


supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in science disciplines. Your research will lead to the
submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

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CD62 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (SCIENCES,


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BEAUTY COURSES
Beauty
Working in the beauty industry involves the provision
of advice about skin care and cosmetics and the
application of treatments and body care packages. The
study of beauty may include performing massages
and aromatherapy treatments, analysing skin needs
and providing advice about skin care, providing advice
to clients about cosmetic and body care needs, and
providing beauty services for clients such as manicures,
pedicures, eyelash extensions or tinting, brow shaping
and nail care.

SHB20116 - CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETICS


A constantly in-demand sector, services industries
incorporate a wide range of career options including
beauty, hairdressing, hospitality and tourism.
Whether youre passionate about pampering and
making people look and feel good, creating food and
beverage masterpieces and working restaurants and
bars, or being a part of the fast paced tourism industry,
CQUniversity has a course that can get help you pursue
your passion.
With opportunities for any level well help you get your
foot in the door or build your skills to progress your
career. We pride our courses on providing practical
experiences in state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring youll
be work ready upon graduation.

This course provides you with the basics of retail operations


relevant to skin care products and cosmetics. You will learn
about applying make-up, demonstrating make-up and skin
care products, nail science and much more. If you would like
to become a retail cosmetic assistant then this course may
be for you.

SHB30115 - CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES


This course is ideal if you would like to work in the beauty
sector. It equips you with important skills to provide
manicure and pedicure services, lash and brow treatments
including eyelash perming, temporary epilation/bleaching
treatments, designing and applying make-up, spray tanning
and interacting with customers in beauty reception.

SHB40115 - CERTIFICATE IV IN BEAUTY THERAPY


If you have completed the Certificate III in Beauty, and
would like to study further in this field, this course may
be for you. You will gain knowledge and skills in Swedish
massage, facial treatments, and advanced facials. This
course has been designed to provide you with extensive
practical skills and theoretical knowledge in the provision of
a diverse range of beauty therapy services and treatments,
including lash and brow treatments, waxing and facial
treatments and body massage.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

This is an ideal course for you if you would like to become a


beauty therapist and are interested in gaining the skills and
knowledge in a broad range of beauty therapy treatments
and services. This includes facial treatments, Swedish body
massage, hair removal, hot stone massage, Indian head
massage, microdermabrasion, lash and brow treatments,
manicures, pedicures, make-up, aromatherapy, providing
advice on beauty treatments and services, selling retail skin
care and cosmetic products and co-ordinating a work team.

HAIRDRESSING COURSES
Hairdressing
Study hairdressing and learn about a range of services
provided in the hair industry such as styling, colouring,
bleaching, cutting (including style cuts and trims),
applying treatments, shampooing, conditioning and
rinsing hair. Hairdressing also involves reception duties
such as making appointments and the provision of
customer service and advising clients on hair care and
their requirements.

SIH20111 - CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING


This course provides you with the skills to work as a salon
assistant. You will be prepared for communicating in the
workplace, interacting with and providing service to clients
and assistance to colleagues. You will work under direct
supervision and as part of a hairdressing team. Upon
completion, you may choose to progress to the Certificate III
in Hairdressing.

SIH30111 - CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING


If you wish to pursue a career as a hairdresser, this is the
course for you. Although usually undertaken as part of an
apprenticeship, you can complete this course to fast track
your pathway to employment in a hairdressing salon, or an
apprenticeship. You will develop the skills needed to work
as part of a team in a hairdressing salon as well as how to
consult with clients, sell products and services and design
and apply a broad range of technical hairdressing services
including treating, cutting, colouring and styling hair.

SERVICE INDUSTRIES

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HOSPITALITY AND
TOURISMCOURSES
Hospitality
The field of hospitality is wide and varied. The study of
hospitality may involve aspects from front and back of
house in a range of settings such as restaurants, motels,
hotels, clubs, pubs, cafs, and coffee shops where
food and beverage is prepared and served. Your studies
may include a range of kitchen, function, cooking and
hospitality operations, planning, preparing and cooking
food, development of menus, food safety and hygiene
regulations, operating commercial kitchen equipment
and more.

SIT20213 - CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY


Study the Certificate II in Hospitality and learn basic skills
and knowledge in a range of activities and functions required
in hospitality. Upon completion you may work in various
hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels,
catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafs and coffee shops
using your practical and basic industry knowledge. This
course may be completed as part of a traineeship.

SIT30713 - CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY


The Certificate III in Hospitality equips you for a role as a
skilled operator that possesses a range of well-developed
skills in hospitality. Throughout this course you will develop
the ability to use discretion and judgement and upon
completion will possess sound knowledge of industry
operations. This course leads to roles in the hospitality
industry that may provide operational advice and support
to team members while working under limited supervision.
Potential job opportunities include roles such as function
attendant, restaurant host, food and beverage attendant,
espresso coffee machine operator and more.

SIT30813 - CERTIFICATE III IN


COMMERCIALCOOKERY
This course provides you with the practical skills and
knowledge needed to work as a qualified commercial
cook in a commercial kitchen. Upon completion you will
be equipped to work as a commercial cook in restaurants,
hotels, clubs, pubs, cafs, cafeterias, event catering
organisations, airlines, hospitals, student accommodation
areas, industry cafeterias and corporate organisations. The
knowledge and skills you gain through completion of this
course are highly regarded within the hospitality and tourism
industry nationally and internationally. If you undertake the
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery and wish to qualify
for a Trade Certification the process of qualifying with trade
equivalence may take up to three years. If you are employed
throughout this time in the industry you may be able to fast
track this process.

SIT20312 - CERTIFICATE II IN KITCHEN OPERATIONS


The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations equips you with skills
and knowledge in a range of kitchen functions and activities.
Employment opportunities are present in a range of settings
such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, clubs, pubs
and cafeterias where food is prepared and served. Study
this course and gain basic cookery skills to work as a cooks
assistant, kitchen hand or an apprentice chef. If you would
like to undertake an apprenticeship in the trade of cookery,
and you are seeking a pathway to be a commercial cook,
then this pre-apprenticeship course could provide you with
a pathway to the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery. The
Certificate II in Kitchen Operations can also be completed as
part of a traineeship.

SIT50313 - DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY


If you would like to join one of the fastest growing industries
in Australia then the Diploma of Hospitality is for you. You
will learn valuable skills and knowledge in food and beverage
operations, housekeeping, front office and management and
finance through work-based sessions. Studying this course
provides you with sound knowledge of industry operations
and a broad range of managerial skills to coordinate
hospitality operations.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

SIT30112 - CERTIFICATE III IN TOURISM

The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is your gateway


to a career in this growth industry. This courseprovides
you with the opportunity to widen your career prospects
in hospitality management through exposure to studies in
business-related disciplines. If you have a TAFE diploma or
an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) recognised
diploma or equivalent then the Bachelor of Hospitality
Management has been specifically designed for you. You
will develop a broad range of hospitality management skills
in the areas of human resource management, management,
marketing, tourism, resort and hotel management skills
required for a successful and diverse career in hospitality.

If you are seeking a career where you can combine work


with your passion for travel then the Certificate III in Tourism
may be for you. Your studies will focus on developing a
range of tourism sales, operational and tour delivery skills.
This course has a practical focus, ensuring you graduate
work ready and are equipped with the skills needed to enter
the diverse and dynamic tourism industry.

Tourism
Tourism is the collective range of activities, services
and areas that provide an experience for travellers.
This includes transport, accommodation, food and
hospitality, facilities and services. The tourism industry
is people-oriented and may involve general office
administration duties, the provision of customer
service to a range of stakeholders, and development
and implementation of strategies and initiatives that
encourage communityinvolvement.

SIT20112 - CERTIFICATE II IN TOURISM


This course provides you with the ideal pathway to work
in multiple tourism industry facilities, travel agencies,
restaurants, theme parks, transportation, plus much more.
Your studies will focus on developing skills enabling you
to effectively interact with customers, display social and
cultural sensitivity and participate in safe work practices.
You will also gain valuable insights into sourcing and using
information within the tourism and travel industry, which
may help boost your employability.

CH77 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN SUSTAINABLE


TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Our Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Tourism
Management will equip you with an advanced understanding
of global sustainable tourism practices. Tourism is one of the
worlds largest industries and this course applies the core
elements of sustainability to the development and ongoing
management of tourism businesses and destinations. You
may choose to continue your study towards a Master of
Sustainable Tourism Management.

CV89 - MASTER OF SUSTAINABLE


TOURISMMANAGEMENT
The aim of the Master of Sustainable Tourism Management
is to provide you with an advanced understanding of the
sustainable tourism practices that are in place worldwide.
With a specific mission to ensure you collaborate and
engage with diverse communities, the course will focus
on the economic, environmental and socio-cultural aspect
of sustainable tourism management. It is based on social
innovation foundations and empowers you to liaise directly
with industry.

SERVICE INDUSTRIES

CB69 - BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

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TRANSPORT AND
SAFETYSCIENCES

SAFETY SCIENCES COURSES


Accident Forensics
Develop advanced skills that allow you to systematically
breakdown the factors leading to an accident and make
the necessary findings and conclusions for prevention.
CQUniversity has a suite of study options in accident
forensics and investigation that allows you to select a
course that meets your learning needs, now and into
thefuture.

CB67 - BACHELOR OF ACCIDENT FORENSICS

When it comes to career prospects, transport and


safety science is an industry with growing opportunity.
Our accident forensics courses are designed for
those intrigued by accident causation and provide
the opportunity to explore causes and prevention in
our state-of-the-art, purpose-built Forensic Accident
Investigation Crash Laboratory.
For a career where the sky is the limit, our aviation
courses have you covered. Pursue your dream career
in aviation and aerospace including the opportunity
to incorporate practical recreational flight training into
your studies.
Make a positive change to keep people safe at work by
undertaking study in the growing field of occupational
health and safety an industry that is important for
all businesses, providing endless career paths and
opportunities for progression.

Complete the Bachelor of Accident Forensics and develop


expertise in the investigation and analysis of the factors
that lead to accidents and the interventions required to
prevent their recurrence.The course provides core studies
in accident phenomenology, investigation methods,
forensic engineering accident analysis, human factors
investigation and occupational health and safety. You also
have an opportunity to complete authentic learning tasks
in the state-of-the-art, purpose-built Forensic Accident
Investigation Crash Laboratory, which is the only one of its
kind in Australia.

CC63 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN


ACCIDENTPHENOMENOLOGY
If you are a professional wanting to develop your knowledge
and skills in safety accident investigations, already have
an unrelated degree or have experience as a safety
science practitioner, then this is the ideal course for you.
During the course you will learn about safety and accident
phenomenology and principles of accident investigation. You
also have the opportunity to complete authentic learning
tasks in the state-of-the-art, purpose-built Forensic Accident
Investigation Crash Laboratory. Upon completion of this
course you can continue your accident investigation studies
with the Graduate Diploma of Accident Investigation.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

CC79 - MASTER OF SAFETY SCIENCE


(SPECIALISATION)

This program will be of interest to you if you have completed


a Bachelor of Accident Forensics or Graduate Certificate of
Advanced Accident Investigation Practice as it offers you the
opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in safety
science. Choose two advanced specialisations from accident
investigation including rail safety investigation, air safety
investigation, road safety investigation, industrial safety
investigation, human factors investigation and occupational
health and safety. In this program it is possible to negotiate
other specialisations where there is staff capacity to deliver,
for example, victim pathology.

The Master of Safety Science (Specialisation) allows you


to contextualise your studies to your area of interest in
road, rail, air and industrial accident investigation. The
preferred pathway into this course is via the Graduate
Diploma of Accident Investigation, for which you will
receive credit. Gain crucial lifelong and generic skills in
critical thinking and problem solving, and benefit from
the opportunity to complete authentic learning tasks
in the state-of-the-art, purpose-built Forensic Accident
Investigation Crash Laboratory.

CC50 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF


ACCIDENTINVESTIGATION
Enhance your accident investigation career by completing
this specially designed course. If you have completed
the Graduate Certificate of Accident Phenomenology, a
degree in an unrelated field, or have experience as a safety
practitioner and want to further develop your career, then
this course will be of interest to you. Undertaking core
studies in the principles of accident investigation, accident
phenomenology, accident forensics, accident analysis and
human factors investigation will enhance your skill set. Upon
completion of the course you can continue your studies with
the Master of Safety Science (Specialisation).

CC76 - MASTER OF ADVANCED SAFETY


SCIENCEPRACTICE
This course will be of interest to you if you have completed
a Bachelor of Accident Forensics or Graduate Certificate of
Advanced Accident Investigation Practice as it offers you the
opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in safety
science. Choose two advanced specialisations practice
areas from both occupational health and safety or accident
investigation disciplines. There are five occupational health
and safety specialisations including risk engineering, human
factors engineering, accident forensics, transport safety
management or emergency services safety. The accident
investigation specialisation options include rail safety, air
safety, road safety and industrial accidentinvestigation.

Emergency Service
Emergency service workers include firefighters,
paramedics, police and others called to scenes of crisis
or crime. Emergency service workers provide assistance
to those individuals at the scene and work to reduce risk
to property and the community.

CC60 - BACHELOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICE


The Bachelor of Emergency Service is relevant if you work
in emergency services, have successfully completed a
relevant Vocational Education and Training (VET) emergency
service qualification and wish to deepen your professional
knowledge. Credit will be given for your completion of a
diploma or advanced diploma. Your degree studies will
include core units supported by the option of selecting
contextual minor study areas in safety science, community
safety or management, which will prepare you for specialist
roles in your emergency service career.

CC27 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EMERGENCY


AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
The Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster
Management recognises the changing nature of emergency
and disaster management in Australia and the important role
research and evidence-based practice plays in underpinning
contemporary perspectives and approaches. During this
course you will draw on the interdisciplinary nature of
emergency and disaster management to explore current and
emerging trends and national and international approaches,
as well as the key concepts and perspectives that underpin
contemporary practice. This course may suit you if you work
in emergency service agencies or private, government,
non-government and community-based organisations that
play a role in emergency and disaster management.

TRANSPORT AND SAFETY SCIENCES

CC65 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED


ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PRACTICE

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Occupational Health
andSafety
Occupational health and safety is important for all
businesses. Study in this area may explore workplace
hazards, management systems, health and safety
courses and training, risk assessments, legislation and
regulations, roles and responsibilities, and identification
of health and safetyhazards.

CQ26 - BACHELOR OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH


ANDSAFETY
The Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety is designed
to develop your expertise in the identification of occupational
health and safety hazards in the workplace. Upon
completion you will be prepared to facilitate, educate and
promote health and safety in the workplace. Your studies will
equip you with knowledge, skills and initiatives in the areas
of occupational health and hygiene, ergonomics and human
factors, accident investigation and occupational health and
safety management.

BSB41415 - CERTIFICATE IV IN WORK HEALTH


ANDSAFETY

CC49 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED


SAFETY SCIENCE PRACTICE

Completing the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety


opens the doors to a career in workplace health and
safety, and also provides formal qualifications to those
already working in the industry. Your studies will focus
on developing a broad knowledge base so you can apply
workplace health and safety principles in a wide variety of
contexts. The course has a strong focus on problem solving
and you will learn how to analyse and evaluate information.

This course will be of interest to you if you have


graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Health and
Safety as it offers you the opportunity to further develop
your knowledge and skills. You can choose from four
specific safety specialisations including in the areas of
risk engineering, human factors engineering, transport
safety management or emergency services safety. Upon
completion, you can continue your studies with the Master
of Advanced Safety Science Practice.

BSB51315 - DIPLOMA OF WORK HEALTH


ANDSAFETY
Enhance your skills in workplace health and safety and
increase your employability by studying the Diploma of
Work Health and Safety. You will develop practical skills
to effectively coordinate and maintain workplace health
and safety programs. The course introduces you to a
range of safety topics, measures and initiatives so you can
become confident in controlling conditions within the work
environment that may be harmful to the health and safety
ofothers.

CG48 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN OCCUPATIONAL


HEALTH AND SAFETY
The Associate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
is designed to create your credentials as an industry
paraprofessional with specifically applied knowledge,
attitudes, skills and initiatives in the safetyscience. This
course represents the first two years of the Bachelor of
Occupational Health and Safety and covers the topics of
ergonomics and human factors, accident investigation
and occupational health and safety management. Upon
completion of the course you can continue your studies by
enrolling in the Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety
and receive credit for units completed.

CC78 - GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FATIGUE


RISKMANAGEMENT
Develop a comprehensive set of skills and knowledge
relating to managing the risks associated with fatigue by
completing this course. During the course you will learn
about safety and accident phenomenology, human factors
and fatigue risk management. Upon completion, you can
continue your safety studies by enrolling in the Graduate
Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety.

CC77 - GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF OCCUPATIONAL


HEALTH AND SAFETY
This course is suitable if you have a degree in an unrelated
discipline and are looking to enhance your career by
developing occupational health and safety skills, or if you
have experience in safety but no degree. You will study
safety and accident phenomenology, human factors and
fatigue risk management, hazard management, occupational
health and safety practice and safety legislation and
regulations. On completion, you can continue your studies
with the Master of Safety Science (Specialisation).

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

This course will be of interest to you if you have completed


the Bachelor of Accident Forensics or Graduate Certificate
in Advanced Safety Science Practice as it offers you the
opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in safety
science. Choose two advanced specialisations practice
areas from both occupational health and safety or accident
investigation disciplines. There are five occupational health
and safety specialisations including risk engineering, human
factors engineering, accident forensics, transport safety
management or emergency services safety. The accident
investigation specialisation options include rail safety, air
safety, road safety and industrial accidentinvestigation.

CC79 - MASTER OF SAFETY SCIENCE


(SPECIALISATION)
The ability to contextualise your occupational health and
safety studies to your area of interest in risk engineering,
human factors engineering, accident forensics, transport
safety management or emergency services safety
management is the appeal of the Master of Safety Science
(Specialisation). The preferred pathway into this course is via
completion of the Graduate Diploma of Occupational Health
and Safety for which you will receive credit.

TRANSPORT COURSES
Aviation
Our aviation courses can provide you with the skills
needed to undertake a range of careers in the aviation,
aerospace and information technology industries. You
will gain a thorough understanding of the theories and
practices in aviation technology and explore the associated
ethical, legal and security issues in this field. With options
for practical flight training within our courses, you may also
choose to pursue testing for a range of pilot licenses.

CG08 - DIPLOMA OF AVIATION THEORY


The Diploma of Aviation Theory provides you with an
introductory understanding of the theories and practices involved
in aviation technology. The course acts as a pathway into the
Associate Degree in Aviation Technology or Bachelor of Aviation
(Technology) and will prepare you for employment opportunities
with major airline organisations. With additional flight training you
may also become a qualified civilian or defence force pilot.

CB83 - ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF AVIATION


If you want to pursue a career in aviation and aerospace the
Associate Degree in Aviation will provide you with the skills and
confidence to do just that. It also acts as a direct pathway into
the Bachelor of Aviation (Technology). Equip yourself with an
understanding of theories and practices and explore associated
ethical, legal and security issues. On completion, you will have
the theoretical knowledge required to undertake the testing for
a pilot licence. You will also be introduced to recreational flying
and complete 20 hours of flight training.

CU51 - BACHELOR OF AVIATION (TECHNOLOGY)


The Bachelor of Aviation (Technology) will prepare you for a
range of management and operational careers in the aviation,
aerospace and Information Technology (IT) industries.During
this course you will study aviation topics such as aerodynamics,
aircraft systems and meteorology; develop an understanding
of engineering such as engines, turbo and supercharging,
and propeller systems; and build skills in IT and business
management, making you a well-rounded graduate. With
additional flight training you may also choose to become a
qualified civilian or defence force pilot.

TRANSPORT AND SAFETY SCIENCES

CC76 - MASTER OF ADVANCED SAFETY


SCIENCEPRACTICE

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Supply Chain and Logistics

CA01 - BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (SUPPLY


CHAINMANAGEMENT)

Supply chain and logistics generally involves recording


and coordinating workflow and the transport of material
between departments or organisations, examining
orders and preparing production schedules. You
might be responsible for reconciling stock levels with
orders, checking purchase requests against inventory
records, preparing and processing purchase orders and
management of inventory and stock records.

The Bachelor of Business (Supply Chain Management) is


designed to develop your business skills and give you the
opportunity to specialise in supply chain management.
You will complete 24 units including eight compulsory
core business units, eight supply chain management
specialist units and eight elective units. The specialisation
will develop your procurement and supply knowledge and
expertise in areas such as logistics, quality and inventory
management. This versatile course allows you to combine
your supply chain management studies with other business
disciplines such as accounting, marketing, human resources
management, general management, social innovation, public
relations orproperty.

TLI21810 - CERTIFICATE II IN LOGISTICS


Are you looking for a course that prepares you to pursue
a role in logistics operations support? The Certificate II in
Logistics could be the ideal option for you. During your
education and training you will focus on gaining the skills
needed to manage the flow of goods between organisations
and customers skills that will be beneficial when you enter
the transport and logistics industry.

TLI31610 - CERTIFICATE III IN


WAREHOUSINGOPERATIONS
If you would like to enhance your employability within the
warehousing and storage industry then this course may be
for you. Gain skills that will enable you to maintain effective
working relationships and health, safety and security within
your workplace. Upon completion you will be equipped
with the knowledge needed to effectively undertake
warehouse duties and functions.

TLI50410 - DIPLOMA OF LOGISTICS


Completing the Diploma of Logistics provides you with
the opportunity to develop the advanced skills required
for the integrated management of logistics. Acquire
underpinning knowledge and gain the essential skills needed
to autonomously plan, select appropriate equipment and
apply services and techniques for yourself and others.
On completion you will be well prepared to participate
in the development of strategic initiatives and complex
technicaloperations.

CA10 - BACHELOR OF ARTS (BUSINESS)


The Bachelor of Arts (Business) is structured so that you
have the opportunity to explore traditional arts disciplines
and major in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies,
writing, geography and environmental studies, history, liberal
arts, literacy and cultural studies or social enquiry, as well as
a professional major such as supply chain management. The
combination of arts and business majors will enable you to
think deeply in the arenas of humanities and social sciences
in the context of a career in supply chain management
andlogistics.

CB06 - BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR


OFBUSINESS
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree
course will appeal to you if your career aspirations are best
served by combining a multidisciplinary degree course that
allows you to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas
of humanities and the social sciences with a professional
business course. The course contains 32 units, of which
eight are core business units and an additional eight
units represent a major in one of the business disciplines
of marketing, human resources management, general
management, social innovation, supply chain management,
property, public relations or accounting. There is also the
opportunity to study two majors from arts disciplines
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, writing,
geography and environmental studies, history, liberal arts,
literacy and cultural studies or sociology.

Find the latest course details online cqu.edu.au

Masters Degree by Research


A Masters Degree by Research is usually required for
an academic career or a professional career in research,
either at a university or elsewhere in the research and
development sector. In addition, many discipline-specific
employers recognise that the skills developed through a
research degree are applicable in the workplace. Masters
Degrees by Research can be undertaken four years full
time or eight years part time and lead to the submission of
a thesis, which makes a significant original contribution to
knowledge in your area of research.
The Masters Degree by Research is available in the
disciplines listed below.

CA40 - MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE


CA45 - MASTER OF ARTS
CA81 - MASTER OF BUSINESS
Whether you come from an academic, government or
industry/practitioner background, CQUniversity Australia
has a research higher degree that will provide you with
the opportunity to learn and consolidate your research
skills, and apply them in practical, real-world settings.
CQUniversity offers a strong sense of research
community, as well as generous project funding, training
and support, so that you can thrive as a researcher.
Our researchers undertake world-class research in a
number of areas. Our focus is to emphasise research
with relevance to the region, involving aspects of
regional development, growth in resource industries,
environmental management, issues associated with
quality health care in rural and regional communities,
and education delivery specifically through use of
modern technology.
Our personalised learning support and collaborative
partnerships provide pathways for people from all walks
of life and different learning styles to achieve, thrive,
and succeed.
Visit www.cqu.edu.au/research for more information.

CU37 - MASTER OF COMMUNICATION


CA73 - MASTER OF EDUCATION
CQ17 - MASTER OF HEALTH SCIENCE
CU90 - MASTER OF HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
CU36 - MASTER OF INFORMATICS

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Doctoral Degrees

CD60 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY


(BUSINESSANDINFORMATICS)

CQUniversity offers three types of doctoral degrees:


Doctor of Philosphy (PhD), Doctor of Education (EdD)
and Doctor of Professional Studies. All of these options
provide you with the opportunity to develop highly
specialised knowledge in your area of interest.

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of


supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in a specific business discipline. Your research will
lead to the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant
original contribution to knowledge. This contribution
can be in the form of new knowledge or significant
and original adaptation, application and interpretation of
existingknowledge.

CQ16 - DOCTOR OF EDUCATION


The Doctor of Education is a four-year doctoral course of
supervised research and tasks designed for professional
educators. The course comprises of structured research
tasks, proposal development and a thesis component.

CD61 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ARTS,


HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION)
The Doctor of Philosophy is a four-year course of supervised
research focused on a particular area of interest you have
in education and teaching. Your research will lead to the
submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

CD62 - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (SCIENCES,


ENGINEERING AND HEALTH)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a four-year course of
supervised research focused on a particular area of interest
you have in an engineering discipline. Your research will lead to
the submission of a thesis, which makes a significant original
contribution to knowledge. This contribution can be in the
form of new knowledge or significant and original adaptation,
application and interpretation of existing knowledge.

CU56 - DOCTOR OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


The Doctor of Professional Studies is a research-integrated,
workplace-engaged degree for the 21st century. It will
provide you with a course of supervised research and study
that focuses on creativity, innovation and enterprise, allowing
you to generate and apply new knowledge and skills in a
range of professions and occupations. You will already have
a solid education background but now find yourself dealing
with more complex issues and demands.

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