Responsible Resource Development Program Structure
The Responsible Resource Development program is structured for part-time study and delivered primarily online, to accommodate professional learners in full-time employment. This program is not offered on a full-time basis.
Most courses offered into the program take advantage of best practice teaching and multimedia online delivery. Each course is run over a standard 13 week university semester and involves approximately 10-15 hours of study per week.
The program is offered at three award levels:
- Graduate Certificate in Responsible Resource Development (8 units)
- Graduate Diploma in Responsible Resource Development (16 units)
- Master of Responsible Resource Development (24 units)
Admission to the Responsible Resource Development program requires:
- A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant field; or
- Post-secondary study and two years full-time (or equivalent) work experience as approved by the Executive Dean.
- All students must meet UQ’s English Language Proficiency requirements. More information can be found on the UQ Future Students page.
- Industry experience and/or current employment is highly recommended.