QUT is not mucking about in launching its new on-line courses, in conjunction with Online Education Services, announced last month (CMM September 14). Yesterday QUT detailed the first grad dips and masters, to start in January. They are grad dips in financial planning and domestic violence and masters of health and project management. All courses will be offered multiple times over the year.
QUT is pricing to the market, charging $32 000 or so for the masters and $27 000 for the financial planning diploma but the diploma studying “the risks and characteristics of domestic homicide and suicide” is set at an estimated $10 000. Smart move, people working to protect domestic violence victims are not hugely rewarded for vital work.