There are many different options for further study that will enhance your career prospects, or enable you to enter a specific profession. Many postgraduate programs only require an undergraduate degree in any discipline, but others require a degree in a particular area such as social and behavioural sciences (e.g., education, psychology, human services). Check out your current university’s website, or talk to someone who is working in the field you are interested in and find out what additional study they did.

Business

  • Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management.
  • Graduate Certificate in Employment Relations.
  • Graduate Certificate in Marketing.
    • Any Bachelor degree(minimum 4.0 GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate in Research Studies in Business.
    • Related Bachelor degree (minimum 5.0 GPA).
    • Progress to the Graduate Diploma in Research Studies in Business.
  • Graduate Diploma in Research Studies in Business provides alternative entry into a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) if you do not meet the entry requirements for direct admission.

Criminology & Criminal Justice

  • Graduate certificate or Master of Forensic Mental Health.
    • Any Bachelor Degree or Related Bachelor degree (minimum 4.0 GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate or Master of Criminology & Criminal Justice.
    • Any Bachelor Degree or Related Bachelor degree (minimum 4.0 GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate In Sexual & Violent Offender Treatment.
    • Any Bachelor Degree.

Humanities

  • Graduate Certificate in Crisis Communication.
    • Any bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate in Communication.
    • Any bachelor degree (minimum 4.5 GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate in Journalism.
    • Any Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate in Policy Analysis.
    • Any Bachelor degree (4.5 GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate in Safety Leadership.
    • Any Bachelor degree.

Health

  • Graduate Certificate in Case Management.
    • Any Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate or Master of Health Services Management.
    • Health-related  Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Diploma of Health Research.
    • Health related Bachelor degree (minimum GPA).
    • Provides alternative entry into a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) if you do not meet the entry requirements for direct admission.
  • Graduate Certificate in Disability Inclusion.
    • Any Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate or Master of Human Services.
    • Related Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate or Master of Mental Health Practice.
    • Related Bachelor degree (minimum 4.5GPA).
  • Graduate Certificate In Suicide Prevention Studies or Master of Suicidology.
    • Any Bachelor Degree or Related Bachelor degree.
  • Master of Rehabilitation Counselling.
    • Related Bachelor degree and interview.
  • Master in Public Health.
    • Health-related Bachelor degree.
  • Master of Social Work.
    • Related Bachelor degree (except Social Work).
  • Master of Speech Pathology.
    • Any Bachelor Degree (except Speech Pathology) and interview (minimum 5.0 GPA).
  • Master in Public Health.
    • Health-related Bachelor degree.

Education

  • Graduate Diploma of Education – Secondary*.
  • Master of Teaching – Primary*.
    • Any Bachelor degree (except Teaching; minimum 4.0 GPA).
  • Master of Training & Development.
    • Any Bachelor degree.
  • Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies or Master of Autism Studies.
    • Any Bachelor degree (minimum 4.5 GPA) or Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies (minimum 4.5 GPA).
  • * Guidance Counselling  Mandatory requirements in QLD are 
    • Current full/provisional registration as a teacher in Queensland AND
      A minimum of two (2) years full-time, supervised experience working with children and/or young people in an education, child protection or counselling environment.
    • At least 1 year full-time (or part-time equivalent) coursework masters, majoring in guidance and counselling; OR
    • Full registration (or eligibility) as a psychologist within Queensland OR
    • Qualifications relevant to the role, which in the opinion of the Director-General of Education, Training and Employment are acceptable.

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