USQ's Foundation Diploma of University Studies provides general study skills to make you ready for university study.
With a focus on Indigenous Community Development, this specialisation will develop your understanding of the issues, principles and theories needed to pursue a career in social services. You will have the opportunity to choose a number of courses within history, Indigenous literacies, anthropology, or community welfare to broaden your scope of the sector.
As a graduate of this program, you will be eligible to apply for direct entry into selected USQ undergraduate arts degrees. If you choose to go on to further studies some subjects that you choose could also count as credit toward your undergraduate degree.
As a foundation diploma graduate, you will be provided with general knowledge in preparation for a career in a number of areas within the arts sector. Additional study within this field can further develop your skills and career opportunities.