Macquarie’s flexible and practical Master of Commerce is designed to enhance your employability. Tailor your study program to suit your needs by choosing up to two specialisations. You’ll also have the opportunity for practical experience through a mentored workplace internship.
Macquarie University offers a range of postgraduate accounting courses. Whether you’re after your CPA qualification, looking to build on your accounting qualifications or making a career change, our programs focus on developing expert technical and generic skills crucial to a successful career in the accounting profession.
Join a constantly evolving field that responds to the needs of populations and communities in Australia and the world. Macquarie’s innovative, interdisciplinary and future-focused Master of Public Health will prepare you for a dynamic career focused on preventing disease, promoting health and addressing health-related issues in our globalised world.
We offer a diverse range of information technology programs at Macquarie University that combine traditional computer sciences with new technologies.
" Coming to study IT at Macquire University is something that is open to anyone, if you are creative, if you are a geek, if you use technology, if you want to make a difference in the world, if you like building games.
We are very focused on what does industry want, what are they looking for a graduate."
This inventive degree at Macquarie provides you with the training and immersive experience in how to take cutting-edge ideas in scientific disciplines from development to realisation.
" This course, particularly, is very unique.It's not being offered in any university in Australia. In fact, it's only a very few selected universities around the world that are offering anything similar to this.
Here at Macquarie, our Bachelor of Engineering with Honours is a integrated cross-disciplinary program, with a particular focus on electronics, communication systems, mechatronics and mechanical engineering.
" The approach that we're taking here at Macquire University with engineering, is not just teaching students the knowledge that they have in the past, but how to learn moving forward. So that they can continually keep up with the technology that they're going to be faced with over their career spans of 40 or 50 years in the future. "