James Cook institution is a public institution located in North Queensland, Australia, and is named after the explorer James Cook. Under the name University of Queensland, the institution opened its doors to students in 1961. The second-oldest institution in Australia is James Cook institution, which became independent in 1970. JCU offers short-term, online, undergraduate, graduate, and pathway courses.
The College of Arts, Society, and Education offers bachelor's and master's degrees in education with a variety of specializations, as well as bachelor's and master's degrees in the arts, social work, and education. There are also diploma and route programs in each sub-department. The College of Business Law and Governance offers several MBA programs, diploma courses, and bachelor's degrees in law and science. The Business sub-department offers an MBA with a variety of specializations, a Bachelor of Business, and a Bachelor of Commerce. The College of Healthcare Sciences provides a variety of programs in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, speech pathology, sports exercise science, and nursing and midwifery. Bachelor of Speech Pathology, Master of Rehabilitation, Bachelor of Nursing Science, Master of Nursing, Master of Public Health, and Bachelor of Physiotherapy are the degree programs offered in this field. Under the sub-category of Medicine, the College of Medicine and Dentistry provides bachelor's degrees in health science, medicine, and master's degrees in health professional education. The dentistry program offers several degrees, including a Bachelor of Dental Surgery and a Graduate Diploma in Orthodontics.
Along with other programs, the college's pharmacy department grants degrees in pharmacy and pharmaceutical public health. Postgraduate degrees in Molecular and Cell Biology, Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and Veterinary Sciences are available from the College of Public Health, Medical, and Veterinary Sciences. The same college's biomedical sciences department also offers a bachelor's degree in clinical sciences, a master's degree in medical science, etc. The College of Science and Engineering offers undergraduate, graduate, and diploma programs in seven different specializations. Engineering, environmental management, geoscience, information technology, marine biology and aquaculture, physical sciences and zoology, and ecology are among the fields that students might choose to study.
Three campuses of James Cook University can be found in Singapore, Townsville, and Cairnes, Australia. The principal and biggest campus is in Townsville. It counts 11,500 students, 1,500 of them are from abroad. Saints Catholic College, Saints Mark's College, and The John Flynn College are three further colleges with affiliations to the Townsville campus. 4,000 students attend JCU's Cairnes campus, which serves the entire institution. The Singapore campus opened its doors in 2003.
Improve your skills and get the knowledge you need to help others live better lives while striving to build a fair and equitable society. JCU created this specialized course to provide you with worthwhile opportunities to network and get real-world professional experience in social welfare organizations both domestically and abroad. Through on-campus classes or residential workshops, gain useful hands-on experience working with people, families, groups, and communities. The top academics at JCU offer continuous assistance and timely feedback to ensure that you get the most out of your educational experience. Students finish a number of fundamental core courses that are specifically designed for the special and challenging tasks of social work.
With JCU's flexible delivery choices, you may work while you are studying. If you already have a considerable amount of social welfare and human services experience, you can be qualified for Recognition of Prior Learning for one field education placement. Graduates are extremely employable and contribute in a number of contexts. In Australia or abroad, you might pursue a career in governmental and non-governmental organizations. Graduates work in fields including child protection, youth and family services, hospital and community health services. You might pursue a variety of careers, including those in community development, social policy, research, and advocacy, as well as casework with people and families.
Tuition: $30960 per year
25 % scholarship for the entire duration of the course.
Academics: 2.8 GPA