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  • Griffith University

    GRF-CAT-GDI | Postgraduate

    Make a difference with a career in river conservation

    Learn how to preserve our river basins through science and data. Understand water resource management, and how to plan for disturbances through modelling. When you graduate, you can enrol in the world’s only catchment-focused Masters Degree.

  • Edith Cowan University

    Become an environmental decision-maker

    Would you like to lead an organisation towards better decisions for the environment? This course will show you how. Consider the greater context of ecosystems as you make choices based on impact and risk using management systems and auditing. 

  • University of Notre Dame Australia

    Biomedical and health science for the non-scientific professional

    Achieve an understanding of human health together with an applied intro to medical sciences. Enhance your scientific communication skills and get to know clinical research. Enhance your career prospects or grasp the opportunity for a pathway to medicine.

  • Griffith University

    Explore new opportunities in the water sector

    This course is designed for those who already work in the water management field and would like to take a step up in their career. Learn how to plan and lead projects on an urban, regional or national scale with guidance from The International WaterCentre. 

  • Griffith University

    GRF-DHR-GDI | Postgraduate

    Explore new territory in your health discipline

    A postgraduate research degree that builds on your undergraduate health studies or prepares you for entry to a Masters. Establish the foundations of research so you can conduct your own. Learn to apply statistical methods and use statistical software.

  • Curtin University

    An internationally and nationally accredited degree

    Get sorted for a career working in librarianship. Understand what information literacy means, and how keeping information accessible keeps communities going. Understand the professional principles and attitudes that underpin this practice.

  • Curtin University

    Use your skills to aim for a sustainable future

    Understand the relationship between global and local issues by learning to critique the impact of culture on sustainability. Apply climate policy to social research and analysis for public policy and commercial employment.

  • Australian Catholic University

    ACU-MPH-GDI | Postgraduate

    Guide populations towards a healthier future

    Raise a magnifying glass to public health issues, principles and policies. Take an advanced approach to disease prevention and management by learning about biostatistics and epidemiology. Work towards advocating health on a national or global scale.