If you’ve already completed a bachelor degree, our postgraduate degrees can help enhance your knowledge and skills of Indigenous culture and ways of working, and help you make a tangible difference in the lives of many Australians.
Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies
The Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies is for those working or intending to work with Indigenous Australian people. This course offers both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students the opportunity to gain an understanding of the cultural diversity and ways of Indigenous Australians, communities and organisations.
Master of Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies
The Master of Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies offers an in-depth understanding of Indigenous knowledge systems and cultural practices, to help government, industry and research organisations looking to build engagement with Indigenous communities.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Australian Research) (Honours)
The Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Australian Research) Honours course at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies provides specialised training for graduates in research in Indigenous Australian contexts.
Master of Philosophy (Indigenous Research and Development)
The Master of Philosophy aims to expand knowledge beyond the undergraduate honours or postgraduate diploma level, culminating in a research thesis.
Doctor of Philosophy – Aboriginal Studies
As a doctoral research degree candidate, you will uncover new knowledge either by the discovery of new facts, the formulation of theories or the innovative reinterpretation of known data and established ideas. Your research will use an in-depth understanding of theories and concepts to develop practical solutions for real-world problems.