About JCU Divisions and colleges

Divisions and colleges

JCU has an academic division which oversees six Colleges, and service divisions for research, education, services and resources, and functions of the Chancellery.

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Academy

The Academy is responsible for overall strategy in relation to JCU’s academic program and directs JCU’s six Colleges to deliver the education and research programs of the University.

Colleges

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in humanities, creative arts, social sciences, social work, and education.

Find out more about the College of Arts, Society and Education

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in law, business, and conflict management, including international business, political science, economics, governance, and management.

Find out more about the College of Business, Law and Governance

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in nursing and midwifery, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, speech pathology, and sports and exercise science.

Find out more about the College of Healthcare Sciences

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy, with practical experience in rural and regional communities.

Find out more about the College of Medicine and Dentistry

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in biomedicine, human physiology, genomics, health systems and policies, immunology, medical entomology, microbiology, public health, and veterinary science.

Find out more about the College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences

The College is responsible for providing coursework for students to develop knowledge and skills in marine biology and aquaculture, zoology and ecology, earth and environmental sciences, planning, IT, physical sciences, and engineering.

Find out more about the College of Science and Engineering

Service divisions

The Chancellery is responsible for overall strategy in relation to legal and assurance, media and communications, secretariat and records, finance, international student engagement, marketing and advancement. It also includes offices of the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and President and Chief of Staff.

Find out more about the Chancellery

The Research Division is responsible for overall strategy in relation to research, including managing research policy, building research capability, and working with government, industry, publicly funded research agencies, and other universities.

Find out more about the Research Division

The Services and Resources Division is responsible for overall strategy in relation to planning and performance, strategic procurement, human resources, IT services, infrastructure planning, delivery and maintenance, health and safety, campus maintenance, security, and student accommodation.

Find out more about the Services and Resources Division

The Education Division is responsible for overall strategy in relation to the provision of learning and teaching services and resources, library and information services, and student support services.

Find out more about the Education Division