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School of Business and Creative Industries

Educating to make a difference

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Research

We contribute knowledge that can make a difference in our world. Our research is interdisciplinary, and draws on the combined knowledge of more than 70 expert disciplinary researchers. Business fields of research includes management, human resource management, accounting, finance and economics, marketing, tourism and international business. Creative Industries focuses on creative writing and publishing, theatre and performance, screen media, music, journalism, social media, professional communication, design and game design.


Research spotlight

Explore USC's Maker Space

USC's Maker Space is the first FabLab in Queensland. It hosts innovative interdisciplinary research and facilitates project-based learning with access to a range of advanced state of the art technologies.

USC's Caboolture campus will hold a gala awards ceremony for a film and a business competition
The incredible shrinking of Australian TV drama

New technologies enabling multichannels and streaming services, combined with changes in the global TV business, are impacting homegrown drama.

Read more in The Conversation.

Research students

Progress knowledge and pursue your research passion under the supervision of our school's skilled researchers and industry experts.

Progress knowledge and pursue your research passion under the supervision of our school's skilled researchers and industry experts.

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Short courses

Resources and short courses for the community

We are committed to empowering the community by making current industry knowledge, skills and insight available to everyone.

Our leading academics have developed a variety of short courses and resources to help you up-skill or update your knowledge, ensuring you’re always across latest industry trends and best practice.

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News

Accounting students chalk up early job offers
29 Apr

A year before graduating, two accounting students from the University of the Sunshine Coast are already counting their blessings.

Military veteran research participants David Neal and Jonathan Clark in 2017
Veterans offer 'untapped resource' for economy, research shows
21 Apr

New business research led by the University of the Sunshine Coast has investigated how military veterans transition to self-employment, recommending it as a career option for other veterans.

New Music student Ella Mathison
New degree hits right tempo for teen songwriter
16 Feb

A Caloundra singer-guitarist who achieved straight As in Year 12 after gigging at local cafes since she was 14 is one of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s first Bachelor of Music students.