A postgraduate degree typically refers to certain degrees you are only eligible to study at the completion of an undergraduate degree.
You can choose between a master's degree, graduate diploma, graduate certificate, which usually take one to two years to complete.
A postgraduate degree often comprises of either coursework, a dissertation or project, or vocational studies.
Your postgraduate degree can focus on something completely different to your undergraduate degree (although some courses may have certain undergraduate prerequisites), or you can choose a degree that will build on the knowledge and skills you acquired in your bachelor's degree.
Entry to a postgraduate degree usually requires, at a minimum, the completion of an undergraduate degree or relevant life experience and knowledge.
Postgraduate degrees must be completed at an accredited university.
You can complete your postgraduate degree at the same university you completed your undergraduate degree, or you may choose to attend a different university.
By choosing Murdoch you'll benefit from joining a community where free-thinking and support go hand-in-hand. From flexible learning and hands-on experience, to study groups and social clubs, Murdoch gives you the help you need to forge your own path.
Once you've successfully completed your postgraduate degree, you can either enter the workforce with a clear advantage or continue with your study and pursue a Doctoral Degree (PhD).