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For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field of study options may vary widely, allowing students to tailor their education to their needs.
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Manage the business side of the music industry: take your knowledge to the next level.
Your Bachelor of Music in Arts Management Will Speak Volumes.
Create, Perform, Produce: Craft Your Individual Sound for Tomorrow's Music Scene.
Master your musician skills. Perfect your performance as a solo and collaborative artist.
From Unlimited Potential to Professional Excellence. Take your performance to the next level.
Calling All Aspiring Sound Engineers, Music Producers and Audiophiles!
Sustainable business is highly topical, generating a huge amount of political and social interest. With USQ’s Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Sustainable Business) you will focus on business operations, as well as gain an understanding of the science that underpins the need for sustainable practices and the knowledge to find effective and practical solutions to the issues that face business. Areas that are covered include environmental studies, biodiversity, conservation, environmental law, sustainable economies, sustainable business and sustainable accounting and finance.
Are you fascinated by the universe? Interested in science and the physics at work in the world around us? USQ’s Bachelor of Science (Astronomical and Space Sciences) combines the fascination of astronomy with the opportunity to develop in-demand expertise in physics, mathematics, statistics, computing and data science.
If you are seeking a career in law, USQ’s 3-year Bachelor of Laws degree will get you there sooner. Accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board as an academic qualification for admission as a lawyer in Queensland, USQ’s Bachelor of Laws is one of only a few degrees which can be completed in 3 years.
If you know you want a career in IT but don’t want to narrow your focus too early, the Information Systems Development major is ideal. You will gain a broad range of skills with the aim of helping you become a versatile and adaptable employee, equally adept at addressing both technical and business issues.
USQ’s Bachelor of Information Technology (Information Technology Management) is a career-oriented degree designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge you will need to work in ICT - a sector worth 4.6% of Australia’s GDP. You will start your specialization in your first year and have numerous opportunities to put your learning into practice through an industry-based learning experience or project.
The Networking and Security major will equip you with state-of-the-art skills in network design, management, security and systems development, and administration. You will become familiar with problem-solving in computer networks, VoIP, video conferencing, network services administration, and gain the professional skills to apply them in the communication sector, healthcare, government institutions, and IT firms. After completing the major courses, you will gain the knowledge and skills required for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) industry certification.
Our Applied Computer Science major is all about giving you the skills to solve computer-related problems. With rapid advances in technology and new applications being developed constantly, it is hard to say what those problems will be. One thing is for sure, though, it is going to be exciting finding out.
With constant advances in technology, internet speed, and social media, professionals are facing the challenge of capturing, storing, transferring and organizing large quantities of data. USQ’s Bachelor of Information and Technology (Data Analytics) will equip you with cross-disciplinary skills to capture, process and interpret large volumes of data and communicate the valuable information to the intended audience.
Do you want to work as a psychologist? You’ve come to the right place. USQ’s Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) is developed specifically for those of you who wish to become practitioners. As such the program places a heavy emphasis on developing both research and professional skills including a deep understanding of the ethical principles that inform psychological practice. In each semester from your first at USQ, you will be involved in research projects and in activities that foster psychological professional skills.