Research institutes and faculties
Charles Sturt University has emerging Research Institutes and three Faculties. They are designed to bring together staff around a coherent theme.
At Charles Sturt, we are committed to creating new knowledge that can be applied for the betterment of our communities - both global and local.
Research is a key pillar of our University Strategy 2030, as such we are launching three new research institutes in 2022.
Operations of the Graham Centre; National Wine and Grape Industry Centre; and Institute of Land Water and Society have now ceased. These centres are transitioning into the Gulbali Institute.
The Gulbali Institute creates impactful integrated agriculture, water and environment research, grounded in Charles Sturt’s footprint across the Murray-Darling Basin, but with impact across Australia and globally.
Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Futures Institute
We're demonstrating how data science, artificial intelligence, and cyber security can better serve regional communities worldwide.
Charles Sturt University has three Faculties (Arts and Education, Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences, and Science and Health) and comprise a number of Schools and centres for specific areas of study and research.
Faculties operate across campuses and are responsible for developing and delivering courses, while schools are generally based on a single campus and carry responsibility for teaching subjects.
Faculty of Science and Health
Our disciplines include: Agricultural and Wine, Animal and Veterinary, Environmental and Outdoor Recreation, Allied Health and Paramedicine, Exercise and Sport, Medical and Dentistry, Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health.
Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences
Our specialities are in policing, law, criminology, security, emergency management, customs and excise studies, border management, psychology, accounting, engineering, human resources, marketing, business management, computing and information technology.
Faculty of Arts and Education
Our specialities are performing and visual arts, art history, communications, human services, library and information studies, theology, sociology, literature, philosophy, history, Indigenous Australian studies, education, teacher education, Islamic studies and civilisation.