Bundaberg, Rockhampton, Noosa, Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Emerald, Townsville, Cairns, Brisbane, Adelaide, Mackay
The Doctor of Professional Studies is a degree for the 21st century that focuses on creativity, innovation and enterprise to generate new knowledge in the context of an application that has commercial potential.
You may be considered for admission to the Doctor of Professional Studies course if you:
- have been awarded a masters degree either by research or with a substantial element of research work within it, from a University or any other approved higher education institutions; or
- have qualified for the award of a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate discipline with first class or second class honours conferrred by a University or any other approved higher education institution; or
hold, from an institution of tertiary education, qualifications which are deemed by the Committee to be equivalent to either of the two points listed above.
International English requirements: https://www.cqu.edu.au/international-students/entry-requirements/english-requirements.
Not applicableHealth Requirements
The Doctor of Professional Studies is a program of research and study, undertaken independently and with guidance from two academic supervisors.