Why study online?
We understand that studying on campus doesn't suit everyone's lifestyle. Access your course materials and assessment anytime, from anywhere.
A real-world education
Studying online doesn't mean you sacrifice quality. Graduate with the same high quality degree as our on-campus students.
Keep up with a changing world and the contemporary workforce. Evolve with technology and study our up-to-the-minute courses.
Questions about study? Get help when you need it. Access student advice and some of our support services seven days a week.
Fully online degrees
Our online courses have the same course content as those we offer on campus, but with the benefit of studying where and when you like. You'll still learn from the best, complete industry-relevant assessment, and focus your studies on real-world problem-solving.
Master of Project Management
Get advanced knowledge and skills to lead and manage large and complex projects in diverse work settings. Learn creative problem solving, effective collaboration, and leadership and management skills to get a competitive edge in your career.
Master of Health Management
Stand out from the crowd with a combination of skills in leadership, complex problem solving and stakeholder management. Direct your career in the right direction with a specialisation in emergency and disaster management, health law, health policy and planning, or quality and patient safety.
Graduate Diploma in Business (Financial Planning)
Take the next step in your career and lead the industry as a professional financial planner. Get the skills you need to confidently present comprehensive financial solutions to clients, and be prepared to tackle complex and unpredictable financial decisions.
Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence
Learn to apply risk assessment tools in actual cases, and learn more about the impact of domestic violence on victims, carers and the community. Build skills in trauma prevention and care, and gain important insight to support your work in the law, counselling or enforcement.
Graduate Diploma in Health Management
Health care managers focus on coordinating health services in order to provide better outcomes for patients and local communities. If you are interested in ensuring that health care is accessible and delivered in an efficient and socially responsible manner, then a career in health management may be for you.
Graduate Certificate in Project Management
A qualification in project management will allow you the flexibility to work in a range of industries, and is also an ideal first step on the path towards a project management career in your preferred industry. You'll graduate with a solid foundation of project management theory as well as skills that translate across industries.
Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication
Develop new skills in social media, data analytics, artificial intelligence and visualisation, all the while investigating how constantly-evolving technologies disrupt various industries. Learn about what can be done to minimise this disruption and how best to harness the potential of emerging communication technologies.
Graduate Diploma in Digital Communication
Build upon a working knowledge of modern technology and master the emerging digital communication technologies of the future. You'll graduate with a practical skills toolkit that will guide you through periods of technological change and industry disruption.
Master of Digital Communication
If having the flexibility to work across many industries appeals to you, a career in digital communication may be an excellent fit. You will learn new skills that are applicable to various media forms, including social media, data analytics, artificial intelligence and visualisation.
Study a short course for professional or personal development. These short courses are offered online.
CT anatomy for radiation therapy
This course, designed for radiation therapists, will teach you to interpret CT images.Explore this course
Principles of ophthalmic nursing
This course, designed for ophthalmic nurses, provides contemporary knowledge and skills to treat people with a variety of eye disorders.Explore this course
Creating apps in the classroom
Teachers can learn how to tailor apps for students' needs, and how to integrate them into teaching and learning.Explore this course
Teaching students who've suffered complex trauma
During this course, teachers will examine how to apply trauma-aware practices at a classroom and whole-school level.Explore this course
Trainee solicitor program (TSP) and supplementary training
For trainee solicitors, this course will help you complete the required approved training needed to satisfy the legal practitioner admissions rules.Explore this course
Physics bridging course
Successfully completing this course will give you the assumed knowledge in physics for QUT courses and meet the science prerequisite for our Bachelor of Education.Explore this course
Open online learning
Open online learning offer free online courses (massive open online courses, or MOOCs). Anyone can study these courses with no cost and no obligation.
Explore interesting new fields like robotics, social media analytics, and big data.
Partially online courses
Some of our courses have online components, and might even be mostly online. However, you'll still need to come to campus occasionally. We call this 'flexible delivery'.
While you'll be able to access most of your lectures and course materials online, you might have to be on campus for labs and practical learning, intensive study blocks, industry placement or exams.