Have you ever wondered how mountains are made? Or why volcanoes erupt?
Or why the oceans are so vast?
Study the origin of human rights, the International Bill of Rights, the universality of human rights, the argument for cultural relativism and the international monitoring and enforcement of human rights.
Learn about the design process, interpretation, ideation, experimentation, evolution of design solutions, design formulation and thinking.
Learn about optimal nutrition for exercise performance and health including things like nutrition categories and values for food, hydration and electrolyte balance and more.
Are you convinced that the product or service you wish to sell has value or are you convinced that your idea can contribute to societal change? Do you know your audience?
Learn about foundational scientific knowledge and understanding as well as awareness of scientific inquiry and environmental and social decision-making and policy processes
Discover how JCU NOW can prepare you for life beyond school by studying first-year university subjects alongside your high school subjects.
Read all you need to know about getting into JCU NOW.
JCU NOW Law
"JCU Now subjects provided me with a better understanding of law. The program gave me an opportunity to try different ways of taking notes and I loved going on campus to explore and use the library. The JCU Now staff checked up on me throughout my studies."
Interested in engineering, gamification, marketing or law? Explore the variety of degrees available.
See what it’s like to study at JCU on-campus or online. You’ll have support services setting you up for success.
Successfully completed JCU NOW subjects may contribute to your QCE. Each subject could give you two credit points.
By studying JCU subjects now, you could have fewer subjects to complete to get your final degree.
Your first JCU NOW subject is free and extra subjects are discounted, saving you money on the cost of your degree.
Successful completion of JCU NOW subjects may give you entry into a JCU degree. Subject prerequisites may still be required.