The College of Business, Law and Governance (CBLG) is part of the Division of Tropical Environments and Societies and delivers a range of courses in Cairns, Singapore, Townsville and Brisbane*. It is led by the Acting Dean, Professor Elizabeth Spencer and promotes, fosters, supports and administers quality teaching and research across four key areas:
Formed in 2014 to provide new opportunities and collaborations for both education and research, a primary focus of the College is ethics, sustainability and governance, as well as an understanding of complex business systems. Our courses equip future leaders with life-long skills that have practical applications in the workplace, and are designed with a variety of options to facilitate lifestyle and work commitments, whether it be studying online or on campus, or on a full or part time basis.
Our multi-campus locations and world-class academics bring an international perspective to our teaching and research. Leading-edge postgraduate study areas reflect global industry needs and include international business, sustainable practice, creativity and innovation, political science, and information technology.
Together with our academic agenda, CBLG is proud to support a number of community organisations and initiatives across the Cairns and Townsville regions.
*Brisbane campus is operated by Russo Higher Education.
A school of sustainable fisheries students
Tue, 28 Aug 2018
Cairns has shared its oceanic, fisheries and governance knowledge with 28 students from 12 coastal African nations who are visiting Australia to study sustainable fisheries.
Should Northern Australia reinvest in justice?
Fri, 17 Aug 2018
A policy paper being launched in Cairns next week examines Justice Reinvestment and its potential to reduce Northern Australia’s high rate of imprisonment and disproportionate imprisonment of Indigenous people in particular.
Bad news could further harm the reef
Thu, 2 Aug 2018
James Cook University researchers have found media coverage that shares bad news about the state of the Great Barrier Reef, despite its importance, could be paralysing people into inaction.
Experts talk Asia at JCU today
Fri, 13 Jul 2018
Experts on China and how Australia can cash-in on the country’s economic expansion will meet at JCU today.
Unplugged holidays tipped to increase
Wed, 11 Jul 2018
James Cook University researchers say the phenomenon of the ‘digital-detox’ is on the rise and could be an important part of the tourism industry in the future.