What Can I Study?
We offer a broad range of Postgraduate Coursework degrees, in a range of disciplines and specialisations. The programs cater for increasing industry and business requirements for career development and qualifications upgrading.
Many of our programs are unique nationally and globally. You can search all of our degrees using our Degree Finder.
- Areas of Study
Find postgraduate coursework programs by study area:
- Planning (Urban Design)
- Applied Linguistics
- Art History
- Environmental Policy & Management
- Translation & Transcultural Communication
- Global Food, Agricultural and Wine Business
- Computer Science
- Computer Science & Innovation
- Software Engineering
- Advanced Economics
- Applied Economics
- Marine Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation & Innovation
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Project Management
Health & Medical Sciences
- Addiction, Mental Health, Alcohol & Drug Studies
- Dentistry, Oral Health & Forensic Odontology
- Health Economics & Policy
- Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Public Health
- Business Law
- Comparative Laws
- Legal Practice
- Music Teaching
- Performance & Pedagogy
Science & Agriculture
- Veterinary Medicine
- Viticulture & Oenology
- Coursework Qualifications
There are a number of different types of Postgraduate Coursework qualifications available.
A Masters by Coursework degree is defined as a program of study that has a coursework component of two thirds or more. It provides the opportunity to master a specific field of study or professional practice through a combination of coursework and research.
Graduate Diplomas and Certificates are coursework awards offered by many areas in the University. They may provide a professional qualification or they may be of an introductory nature, providing a pathway for further studies in a particular area.
Professional Certificates are short academic degrees available in many specialist disciplines that may articulate with other awards. The qualification covers a wide range of specialised needs ranging from initial and ongoing professional development to preparation for further postgraduate study.
- Nested Qualifications
Postgraduate degrees within the same discipline area are often nested (or articulated), enabling a seamless progression from one qualification to the next.
For example, if you complete a Graduate Certificate, you may receive full credit for that qualification toward the appropriate Graduate Diploma.
Or, if you enrol in a Master's but do not complete that degree - but do complete the nested Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma - you may exit with the lower degree.