Postgraduate courses by teaching area
Curtin's business and law courses can equip you with the skills and knowledge to pursue a variety of careers - from accounting, to tourism and events management, marketing and public relations.
Our graduates have the competence to work in the private, government, not-for-profit and small business sectors, as well as across a broad spectrum of industries such as oil and gas, mining, finance and banking, health and agriculture.
Faculty of Business and Law's Advisory Boards and Council are made up of business leaders in each of the disciplines of the faculty. This ensures our courses are current and relevant, and our graduates are job ready. As a result, our business and law alumni are highly valued by industry.
- Advanced Accounting
- Banking and Finance
- Graduate Certificate in Business
- Graduate Certificate in Procurement
- Graduate Diploma in Business
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration (Advanced)
- Master of Business Administration (Global)
- Master of Science (Mineral and Energy Economics), Master of Business Administration
- Business Research
- Human Resources
- Information Systems
- International Business
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Mineral and Energy Economics
- Professional Accounting
The Centre for Aboriginal Studies provides students with the skills and abilities they need to work in the community and actively promotes a positive sense of Aboriginal identity, culture and heritage. Courses cover indigenous health, community management and development, Indigenous Australian studies and indigenous media production - all designed to provide culturally appropriate education and to create new ways of learning and working in an inclusive Australia.
The Centre offers courses for Indigenous Australian, Torres Strait Islander and non-indigenous people.
The Faculty of Health Sciences offers internationally valued degrees and a supportive, student-focused learning environment, educating more health professionals than any other WA tertiary institution. Many of our courses are accredited nationally as well as being internationally recognised, allowing graduates to work in other countries around the world. Our courses have strong industry links, producing graduates that are highly regarded and job ready. Health Sciences' staff are actively involved in clinical practice and leading professionals from the healthcare sector also contribute to teaching our courses. A strong academic orientation ensures that we remain at the forefront of evidence-based practice. We are leaders in interprofessional education and are the first university in Australia to introduce an interprofessional education curriculum for all first year health science students.
- Biomedical Sciences
- Child and Adolescent Health Nursing
- Clinical Nursing
- Clinical Physiotherapy
- Environmental Health
- Food Science and Technology
- Health Administration
- Health Promotion
- Nursing - Nurse Practitioner
- Nursing Practice
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Occupational Therapy
- Public Health
- Speech Pathology
Curtin offers many courses for students looking for a degree that will allow your personality, creative thinking and imagination to flourish. Humanities courses are creative, practical and relevant to the society we live in today, and provide you with the intellectual and practical skills to take up a diverse range of employment opportunities.
- Applied Design and Art
- Applied Linguistics
- Development Planning
- Human Rights
- Information Management and Library Studies
- International Relations and National Security
- Internet Communications
- Master of Sustainability and the Built Environment
- Media and Communication
- Project Management
- Records Management and Archives
- Sustainability and Climate Policy
- Urban and Regional Planning
If you are thinking of studying Science or Engineering, you will find lots of exciting options at Curtin. The Faculty of Science and Engineering offers courses in areas as diverse as Mechatronic Engineering, Astronomy and Medical Imaging Science through to courses teaching Viticulture, Agribusiness and GIS.
Our revamped Bachelor of Science offers flexibility, practicality and solid theoretical science knowledge to produce graduates ready for industry or research.
The faculty's courses combine a solid foundation in theory with technical skills that are tailored to meet the current needs of industry, commerce and government. Scope for graduates is broad with high-calibre prospects available both nationally and internationally.
- Actuarial and Financial Science
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Corrosion Engineering
- Dryland Agricultural Systems
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Management
- Geographic and Geospatial Information Science
- Industrial Engineering
- Mathematical Sciences
- Petroleum Engineering
- Predictive Analytics
- Subsea Engineering
- Sustainability Management
- Sustainable Aquaculture