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Programs you can't commence online

Due to the way they are taught, some programs and plans are not offered online.

For students commencing their study in Semester 1, 2022, the following programs and plans aren't available online. This list may change over time.

If you are enrolled in a program or plan that is on this list, please contact the relevant faculty for more information and to discuss options.

If you are choosing a program or plan, and can't attend in-person, you must choose programs or plans that are offered online in 'external mode' – that is, ones not on this list. 

Find out more about preparing to study in 2022.

Health and Behavioural Sciences

Contact the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Postgraduate and research

  • Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (5616)
  • Doctor of Psychology (5614)              
  • Master of Clinical Psychology (5164)
  • Master of Dietetics Studies (5473)
  • Master of Nurse Practitioner (5677)
  • Master of Organisational Psychology (5199)
  • Master of Psychology (5666)

Humanities and Social Sciences

Contact the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology) (2000)    

Honours

Honours is an additional one-year program that students can apply for toward the end of their undergraduate degree. If you are a new undergraduate student, this list does not apply to you.  

  • The following fields of study in the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (2052):
    • Ancient History
    • Anthropology
    • Archaeology
    • Art History
    • Chinese
    • Classical Languages
    • Communication and Cultural Studies
    • Criminology
    • Drama
    • English Literature
    • English
    • French
    • German
    • History
    • Indonesian
    • International Relations
    • Japanese
    • Journalism and Mass Communication
    • Korean
    • Linguistics
    • Peace and Conflict Studies
    • Philosophy
    • Political Science
    • Public Policy
    • Russian
    • Sociology
    • Spanish
    • Studies in Religion
  • Bachelor of Communication (Honours) (2237)
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Honours) (2380)
  • Bachelor of International Studies (Honours) (2317)
  • Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) (2041)
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) (2033)

Postgraduate

  • Graduate Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution (5454)      
  • Master of Teaching (Secondary) (5685)  

Science

Contact the Faculty of Science

Honours

Honours is an additional one-year program that students can apply for toward the end of their undergraduate degree. If you are a new undergraduate student, this list does not apply to you.

  • Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) (2450)
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours) (2459)
  • Bachelor of Equine Science (Honours) (2417)
  • Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours) (2421)
  • The following fields of study in the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours) (2457)
    • Agricultural Biotechnology
    • Chemical and Nano Biotechnology
    • Medical Biotechnology
    • Molecular and Microbial Biotechnology
    • Synthetic Biology and Industrial Biotechnology
  • The following fields of study in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) (2031):
    • Anatomy
    • Archaeological Science
    • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    • Bioinformatics
    • Biomedical Science
    • Biophysics
    • Cell Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Coastal and Ocean Science
    • Computer Science
    • Developmental Biology
    • Drug Design and Development
    • Earth Science
    • Ecology and Conservation Biology
    • Entomology
    • Environmental Science
    • Evolutionary Biology
    • Food Science and Nutrition
    • Food Technology
    • Genetics
    • Genomics
    • Geographical Science
    • Immunology
    • Marine Biology
    • Mathematics
    • Microbiology
    • Nanotechnology
    • Neuroscience
    • Parasitology
    • Pharmacology
    • Physics
    • Physiology
    • Plant Science
    • Psychology
    • Public Health
    • Statistics
    • Wildlife Biology
    • Zoology
  • The following fields of study in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Gatton (2354):
    • Animal and Veterinary Bioscience
    • Animal Production Science
    • Plant Science
  • Bachelor of Veterinary Technology (Honours) (2422)
  • Bachelor of Wildlife Science (Honours) (2419)

Postgraduate

  • Graduate Certificate in Conservation Biology (5550)
  • Master of Conservation Biology (5551)
  • Master of Conservation Science (32) (5597)