James Cook University's (JCU) Queensland campuses are located in Townsville, Cairns and Brisbane.

Undergraduate programs

  • Certificate in Ageing and Mental Health
  • Certificate of Australian Studies
  • Certificate of Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Certificate of Career Counselling
  • Certificate of Counselling
  • Certificate of Effective Communication (including a non-English speaking background specialisation)
  • Certificate of Indigenous Studies
  • Certificate of Social Science
  • Certificate of Youth Work Practice
  • Diploma of Indigenous Studies
  • Advanced Diploma of Arts
  • Advanced Diploma of Indigenous Studies (including a communication specialisation)
  • Advanced Diploma of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Arts (honours, double degree available) Majors include: anthropology; communication; human services; sociology; Indigenous Australian studies; psychology.
  • Bachelor of Indigenous Studies (Indigenous Australian Studies) (honours available)
  • Bachelor of Social Science (honours, double degree available) Majors include: Anthropology; Human Services; Sociology; Asia Pacific Community Development; Cultural Heritage Studies; Psychology.
  • Bachelor of Community Welfare (Honours, double degree available)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (including a graduate program, honours and double degree available)
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Indigenous)
  • Bachelor of Psychology (honours and double degrees available)
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

Postgraduate programs

  • Graduate Certificate of Social Science
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Arts
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Child Protection Practice
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Clinical Psychology
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Community Development
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Cultural Heritage Studies
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Disaster and Refugee Health
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Family Therapy and Counselling
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Forensic Psychology
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Indigenous Studies
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Social Science
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Womens Studies
  • Graduate Diploma of Arts
  • Graduate Diploma of Dispute Resolution
  • Graduate Diploma of Forensic Mental Health
  • Graduate Diploma of Social Science
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Arts
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Clinical Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Forensic Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Geropsychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Indigenous Studies
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Social Science
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Social welfare
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Womens Studies
  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Cultural Heritage Studies
  • Master of Dispute Resolution
  • Master of Forensic Mental Health
  • Master of Guidance and Counselling
  • Master of Indigenous Studies (including honours and research programs)
  • Master of Psychology
  • Master of Social Policy (honours available)
  • Master of Social Science (research program available)
  • Master of Social Work (honours available)
  • Master of Womens Studies (honours available)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Social Sciences)
  • Doctor of Psychology
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