From 2009 onward, CQUniversity launched a new strategic plan to grow student numbers and expand course offerings, especially within the health disciplines. New course offerings included physiotherapy,podiatry,occupational therapy,speech pathology, oral health sonography,and medical imaging. CQUniversity also delivers courses in discipline areas including apprenticeships, trades and training, business, accounting and law, creative, performing and visual arts, education and humanities, engineering and built environment, health, information technology and digital media, psychology, social work and community services, science and environment, and work and study preparation.
In 2014, CQUniversity merged with CQ TAFE to establish Queensland’s first dual sector university. CQUniversity is now the public provider of TAFE in the central Queensland region and also delivers vocational courses at other locations across Australia and online. Following the merger CQUniversity now delivers more than 300 courses from short courses through to PhDs.
Whether a new or current student, or a returning Alumni, we hope that your experience with the University has given you the opportunity to be all that you want to be. You can browse the student life section of the website to find the information you need as a CQUniversity student or as a Alumni looking to reconnect.
If you’re looking to formalise your experience, change careers, or get the edge you need to advance in your current field, a postgraduate qualification from Australia’s largest regional university can help you get there.
Explore what’s available below, and be sure to check the intake dates on your course page of interest to see when you’re able to get started.
CQUniversity has six schools, each of which are managed by specialist Deans.
The schools are:
- School of Education and the Arts
- School of Business & Law
- School of Engineering & Technology
- School of Medical and Applied Sciences
- School of Human, Health and Social Sciences
- School of Nursing and Midwifery