About the Faculty
The Faculty of Business and Law is the largest faculty in the University with 106 academic staff and 45 administrative staff. The Faculty of Business and Law prides itself on providing the highest quality business and legal education through its four academic schools:
The Faculty's management structure is outlined in the management staff list.
The Faculty prides itself on providing a high quality, flexible business education through programs which are widely accepted in the global market place. We understand that our students come from all walks of life, so we have designed innovative business and law programs which not only give you the edge to follow your own career path, but also allow you to study on-campus at one of the well-equipped campuses or from anywhere in the world with an internationally awarded distance education provider. Our range of business and law programs has been designed to ensure great flexibility, competitive quality, and market relevance.
Choose from an extensive array of majors and specialisations to fit with your career choice. Each program comes equipped with a strong reputation, and support from employers both in Australia and throughout the world. Our range of business and law courses can be studied individually or as part of a complete business program, to fit with your needs and lifestyle.
USQ business and law programs will challenge and fulfil you in your quest for lifelong learning. We look forward to supporting you in achieving your goals.
Professor Allan Layton
Dean, Faculty of Business and Law
The Faculty offers a comprehensive choice in both undergraduate and postgraduate programs in business and law.These programs are offered in a variety of modes, covering on-campus, distance and on-line study. Students can vary the mode over the course of their program to suit their particular circumstances.
On-campus programs are run at the Toowoomba campus, Springfield campus and at the Fraser Coast campus. A significant proportion of these programs are also offered offshore.
Policies and Procedures
On the University website, a number of important policies and guidelines have been designed to inform you about what is expected of both students and staff of the University. The Faculty has developed a guide to an explanation of its policies and procedures. In particular, students may be interested in viewing the Faculty's implementation of the University's Student Academic Misconduct Policy.
All students are required to have access to a personal computer. Students enrolled in Faculty of Business and Law courses must meet a minimum standard of computer requirements.
You may be eligible to apply for a USQ Scholarship to help you financially. Faculty of Business and Law scholarships for both future students and continuing students are also available to USQ students during their degree studies.
Prizes and awards are presented annually to outstanding students within the Faculty of Business and Law.