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Our programs and courses

The College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research delivers a number of Indigenous courses and programs. These courses and programs focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and have been designed by Indigenous staff, in consultation with the Indigenous community. The College's academic staff teach these programs to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.

USQ’s curriculum is inclusive of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies with a number of programs focusing on Indigenous knowledges and perspectives:

The College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research has also established a suite of Indigenous Studies courses. These courses are designed to provide you with an understanding of Australia's Indigenous peoples and their cultures.

The aim of these courses is to acquaint students with a variety of Indigenous concepts in traditional and contemporary situations. You will be introduced to a number of aspects of Indigenous culture, social structure and knowledge, beginning with basic concepts of identity progressing and moving to more complex concepts such as the intricacies of cultural intellectual property rights. The courses available include:

For more information about these courses, please contact CISER

Scholarships and prizes

USQ offers a wide range of scholarships, so view our website to find the right scholarship for you. USQ offers scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to support them in achieving their full academic potential.